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Current affair based UPSC Civil Service Mains Question for practice

Q1 – USA IS INDIA’S LARGEST EXPORT MARKET FOR PHARMA PRODUCTS DESPITE SOME UNRESOLVED ISSUES. DISCUSS THE ISSUES THAT NEED TO BE SOLVED TO IMPROVE IN INDIA-USA PHARMA TRADE RELATIONS? [200 WORDS] Q2 – BRING OUT THE SALIENT FEATURES OF SEBI [AMENDMENT] BILL 2013? [100 words] Q3 – WHAT DO

All India Radio News , discussion on “Issue of bank licenses and steps to recover loans from wilful defaulters.

#‎Listen‬ to : • Weekly programme “Money Talk”-A discussion on “Issue of bank licenses and steps to recover loans from wilful defaulters.” on http://newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17461 The Participants are : Rohit Bansal, CEO, India Strategic Group, and P. Pulla Rao, Economist and Senior Journalist. • Weekly programme “Vaad Samvaad”-A discussion on “Rajdhaani

All India Radio News , A discussion on “Supreme Court Probe Panel’s Report on IPL Betting

#‎Listen‬ to: • Samayik-A discussion on”IPL Sattebaji par Supreme Court Jaanch Samiti Ki Report.”on http://newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17459 • In Spotlight/ News Analysis-A discussion on “Supreme Court Probe Panel’s Report on IPL Betting.” on http://newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17460 The participants for both programmes were: Amit Khemka, Advocate Supreme Court, and Mohan Sahay, Senior Political Analyst. Please

Everything you want to know about Justice Mudgal report

In a major embarrassment for BCCI president N Srinivasan, a Supreme Court-appointed panel held his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan guilty of betting and passing on team information during the IPL matches last year. The SC panel head by by Justice (retd) Mukul Mudgal also recommended further probe against Raj Kundra and

MGNREGA: A tale of rural revival

Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint If some recent news articles are to be believed, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), a scheme that costs less than 0.35% of India’s gross domestic product (GDP), has crashed the country’s economy. The latest to join this bandwagon of criticism is an editorial