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Today's Current Affairs Question: What are India's interests in the Arctic? How are we pursuing them? Read More...

  May 22, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's Current Affairs Question: To fix climate crisis, we need to fix gender inequality. Critically examine the statement. Read More...

  May 21, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: Write short notes on Mahayana Buddhism. Read More...

  May 21, 2021   History

Today's History Question: "Reformist movements products of social milieu of the sixth century B.C." Comment Read More...

  May 20, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question: The Bay of Bengal region is predicted to be one of the six global hotspots of carbon dioxide emissions from mangrove loss, according to a new study.Critically analyse the statement with solutions. Read More...

  May 20, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: "In form and content the Vedic literature is secular" comment. Model Answer: First of all, don't justify anything for justification sake.question  is set on the form and content of vedic literature.  It is secular for the reasons; 1. no word called Hindu in Vegas,, nor they say that they belonged to the caste bramhins. 2. The vedic gods are personified forces of nature, the main idea is how you relate yourself to  nature. 3. The essence of vedic literature is dharma, a code of conduct meant for a better life --- Va... Read More...

  May 19, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question:How are hurricanes or tropical cyclones named? Should Covid variants be named similarly? What advantages does it carry? Read More...

  May 19, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: Discuss the role of ideas and institutions in the transformation of society from Rig Vedic to Later Vedic age. Read More...

  May 18, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question: Historically, the Arabian Sea experienced fewer severe cyclones than the Bay of Bengal off India's eastern coast.But this is the first time since the start of satellite records in 1980 in India that there have been four consecutive years of pre-monsoon cyclones in the Arabian Sea.Why? Read More...

  May 18, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's Current Affairs Question: What are the Abraham Accords? What is their economic and geopolitical impact ? Read More...

  May 17, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: Draw a comparison  between Indus Valley and Vedic cultures. Read More...

  May 17, 2021   History

Q Why is it in News? National Green Tribunal has directed Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) to take remedial action against the three waste-to-energy plants in Ghazipur, Okhla and Narela-Bawana.Q What is Waste to Energy plant and how it works? Waste to Energy or Waste to Power is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and heat from the primary treatment of waste. Read More...

  May 20, 2021   Bio-diversity, Environment

Q Why is it in News ? The National Pension System (NPS) will no longer compel investors to convert 40% of their accumulated retirement corpus into an annuity. An annuity is a long-term investment that is issued by an insurance company and is designed to help protect you from the risk of outliving your income. Through annuitisation, your purchase payments (what you contribute) are converted into periodic payments that can last for life.Q Why such a move? Poor yields on annuities and high inflation are translati... Read More...

  May 19, 2021   Government Schemes

Q  What is global minimum tax?  The US Treasury Secretary has urged G20 nations to move towards a global minimum corporate tax.It is being proposed that the ‘race to the bottom for corporate tax’  in which countries have resorted to slashing corporate tax rates to attract multinational corporations (MNCs) rates be ... Read More...

  May 18, 2021   Economy

Q Why is it in News?  India has invoked the peace clause at the World Trade Organization (WTO), for the second time, for exceeding the 10 per cent ceiling on support it offered its rice farmers.India had earlier invoked the clause for 2018-19, when it became the first country to do so.India informed the WTO that the value of its rice production in 2019-20 was $46.07 billion while it gave subsidies worth $6.31 billion, or 13.7 per cent as against the permitted 10 per cent. Read More...

  May 17, 2021   Economy

Q Why is it in News ?  The Centre will go ahead with its plan to mandate hallmarking of gold jewellery from June 1, 2021 . The plan had been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gold hallmarking is a purity certification and is voluntary at present.Q What is Hallmark Gold? The process of certifying the purity and fineness of gold is called hallmarking.Bureau of Indian Standards, the National Standards Body of India, is responsible for hallmarking gold as well as silver jew... Read More...

  May 16, 2021   Economy

Q Why is it in News ? Astronomers have discovered a new active galaxy identified as the farthest gamma-ray emitting galaxy that has so far been stumbled upon. This active galaxy called the Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 (NLS1) galaxy.Q What are details about NLS1 Galaxy ?  Indian scientists have studied around 25,000 luminous Active galactic nuclei (AGN) from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS).They identified it as a gamma-ray emitting NLS1 galaxy, which is a rare entity in space.It is about 31 billi... Read More...

  May 15, 2021   Science and Technology

Q Why is it in News? The US Navy has had “asserted navigational rights and freedoms approximately 130 nautical miles west of Lakshadweep Islands, inside India’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ), without requesting India’s prior consent, consistent with international law”.Q What are  Freedom of Navigation Operations?  Freedom of Navigation Operations (FONOPs)  are closely linked to the concept of freedom of navigation, and in particular to the enforcement of relevant international law and customs regarding freedom of naviga... Read More...

  May 14, 2021   International Relations

Q Why  is it in  News?  The Union Education Minister has released an implementation plan for school education called SARTHAQ. SARTHAQ stands for ‘Students’ and Teachers’ Holistic Advancement through Quality Education.Q What is SARTHAQ Plan?  The Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education, has developed SARTHAQ. SARTHAQ is an indicative and suggestive implementation plan for school education.The... Read More...

  May 13, 2021   Education

Today's Current Affairs Question: India’s space program wants to go to the south side of the moon. Why. (150 words) Read More...

  May 15, 2021   Current Affairs