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Editorial Analysis

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAINS UPSC |03 Nov 2020| RaghukulCS

Editorial Analysis Editorial no.1 Title of the editorial: Education, the nation and the states Written by: Krishna Kumar – He is a former Director of the National Council of Educational Researchand Training and editor of the Routledge Handbook of Education in India. Topic in syllabus: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating

Editorial Analysis

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAINS UPSC | 24th Oct 2020 | RaghukulCS

Editorial Analysis 24th October 2020 Editorial analysis (The Hindu+ The Indian express) > Explained: What determines onion prices – In back-to-back moves aimed at controlling onion prices, the government has relaxed import norms and now reintroduced stock limits. Why have prices been rising, and how far can these moves check the rise? Mains (GS-III :

Editorial Analysis

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAINS UPSC | 22th Oct 2020 | RaghukulCS

Editorial Analysis 22th October 2020 Editorial analysis (The Hindu+ The Indian express) > Potholes on the digital payment superhighway – The National Payments Corporation of India must be supported and there has to be a rational structure of pricing Mains (GS-III : Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization, of resources, growth,development and employment,

Editorial Analysis

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS UPSC | 21th October 2020 | RaghukulCS

Editorial Analysis >   Offset dilution in defence, a flawed policy turn – As an episode in India’s aerospace industry shows, it can succeed if it is designed and executed correctly Mains (GS-III : Security challenges and their management, Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate ) [This article talks about the importance of offset

Current Affairs

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS UPSC | 19th October 2020 | RaghukulCS

Editorial Analysis Agricultural bills will provide legal framework for contract-farming – And it will benefit everyone — farmers, industry and consumers. Mains (GS-III : Agriculture, transport and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraint, supply chain management) Introduction: A farmer in Maharashtra lives in a coastal region, Yet he chooses to plant cheap