Internet and Terrorism

Many aspects of our modern society now have either a direct or implicit dependence upon information technology (IT). As such, a compromise of the availability or integrity in relation to these systems (which may encompass such diverse domains as banking, government, health care, and law enforcement) could have dramatic consequences

UPSC Civil Service Mains Previous Year General Studies Questions With Model Answer

Model Answers For Mains  Trace the salient sequences of events in popular revolt that took place in February 1946 in the then Royal Indian Navy and bring out its significance in the freedom struggle. Do you agree with the views that the sailors who took part in this revolt were

Understanding Development

What is development? Development is an end but is also a means to that end. It is a gradual process over a long period of time attaining intermediate goals in small and wide spaces before reaching an ideal situation. The notion of development signifies a move from an unsatisfactory social,

Onion and fiscal tears

The parity in the prices of onion, beer and petrol (Rs 75), couple of weeks back became a source of charade on social media. Many of my friends, colleagues and students shared and “liked” this message and helped it to become viral on social media, thus they ostentatiously displayed their

Right to Equality (Article 14-18)

The constitution classifies the Fundamental Rights into following six categories:- (1) Right to Equality (Article 14-18) (2) Right to Freedom (Article 19-22) (3) Right against Exploitation (Article 23-24) (4) Right to Freedom of Religion (Article 25-28) (5) Cultural and Educational Rights (Article 29 and 30) (6) Right to constitutional Remedies (Article 32)

A Monetary Policy Rule for Emerging Market Economies The Impossible Trinity and the Taylor Rule

The recent global debate on monetary policy has centred on whether policy should target financial stability in addition to the domestic business cycle. With relatively tightly regulated fi nancial markets, where concerns presently are more developmental than regulatory, the counterpart debate in emerging market economies centres on reconciling two widely