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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 06 May 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 06 May 2022-Friday Table Of Contents Table of Contents 2022 Global Report on Food Crises Why is this newsworthy? The Global Network Against Food Crises just released its yearly report, Global Report on Food Crises 2022. (GNAFC). The report is the GNAFC’s flagship product, and it is made

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 05 May 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 05 May 2022-Thursday Table Of Contents Table of Contents 2022 State of the World’s Forests Why in the news? The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization recently published the State of the World’s Forests 2022 (SOFO 2022). (FAO). The India State of Forest Report-2021 was published in January

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 04 May 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 04 May 2022-Wednesday Table Of Contents Table of Contents 2022 World Press Freedom Index Why in the news? Reporters Without Borders published the 20th edition of the World Press Freedom Index on World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) (3rd May) (RSF). India was ranked 150th out of 180 countries.

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 02 May 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 02 May 2022-Monday Table Of Contents Table of Contents Conundrum of Dual Governance in New Delhi Why in the news? Because Delhi lacks statehood, there has been a protracted conflict over the relative powers of the elected government of New Delhi and the Lieutenant Governor (L-G) (appointed by

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 30 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 30 Apr 2022-Saturday Table Of Contents Table of Contents System of Criminal Justice Why in the news? The Supreme Court recently gave high courts and states two months to implement a set of guidelines designed to streamline inadequacies and deficiencies in criminal trials. These guidelines are known as

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 29 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 29 Apr 2022-Friday Table Of Contents Table of Contents Changes to the Civil Registration System Why in the news? According to the Ministry of Home Affairs’ (MHA) 2020-21 annual report, the Central government intends to revamp the Civil Registration System (CRS) to enable real-time birth and death registration

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 28 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 28 Apr 2022-Thrusday Table Of Contents Table of Contents Section 144 of the CrPC Why in the news? Near the town of Roorkee, the administration of Uttarakhand’s Haridwar district recently imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1973. What exactly is Section

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 27 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 27 Apr 2022-Wednesday Table Of Contents Table of Contents The 91st Amendment and the Cabinet Cap Why is it in the news? According to Pratap Singh Rane, a six-time Chief Minister of Goa and a legislator for 50 years, the High Court of Bombay has remarked that debatable

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 26 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 26 Apr 2022-Tuesday Table Of Contents Table of Contents 2022 International Religious Freedom Report Why in the news? For the second year in a row, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has recommended that India be added to a list of countries of particular concern (CPCs)

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Daily Prelims Newsletter for upsc 23 Apr 2022

Daily Prelims Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 23 Apr 2022-Saturday Table Of Contents Table of Contents Dispute over Kuril Island Why in the news? In the most recent version of a diplomatic Bluebook, Japan described four islands whose ownership it disputes with Russia as illegally occupied. The use of harsher language highlighted the deterioration of