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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 22 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 22 Jan 2022 – Saturday Index Table of Contents India must keep an eye on Russia’s military build-up in Ukraine. What is the issue? Russia’s military build-up in the vicinity of Ukraine might jeopardise India’s interests. Why is Russia constructing a military base near Ukraine? Russia has accused

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 21 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 21 Jan 2022 – Friday Index Table of Contents Time for Governance 4.0 Context: While the covid epidemic and the various issues created may begin to diminish in the next year, a slew of other concerns, ranging from climate action failure to the eroding of social cohesion, do

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 20 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 20 Jan 2022 – Thursday Index Table of Contents Changing World Order and India Introduction: Globally transformative events occurred in the years 2020 and 2021. Indeed, nowhere could it be more evident than in the Indo-Pacific region, which is undergoing rapid transformation on several fronts and levels. The

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 19 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 19 Jan 2022 – Wednesday Index Table of Contents India appealed against the WTO’s sugar ruling Context: India appealed to the WTO’s Appellate Body a decision of the WTO’s dispute resolution panel on sugar subsidies. What is the point of contention? In 2019, Australia, Brazil, and Guatemala filed

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 18 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 18 Jan 2022 – Tuesday Index Table of Contents Quantum Technology and India: Introduction: The worldwide quantum economy has made great gains in recent years, thanks to huge expenditures from both governments and the private sector. Since the previous decade, countries such as the United States, France, Germany,

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 17 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 17 Jan 2022 – Monday Index Table of Contents Taxing Cryptocurrency Transactions in India What is the issue? Despite the fact that Parliament has introduced the Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, cryptocurrencies continue to grow in popularity. What are cryptocurrencies? A cryptocurrency is a kind

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 15 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 15 Jan 2022 – Saturday Index Table of Contents High-Speed Rail for India Introduction Indians were expected to experience the excitement of a bullet train trip in 2022, as India celebrates its 75th year of independence. However, the railway minister recently said that the projected completion date for

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 14 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 14 Jan 2022 – Friday Index Table of Contents China in the Maldives: A challenge for India Context: During the Chinese Foreign Minister’s visit to the Maldives, the Maldives and China inked critical bilateral agreements on infrastructure development and maintenance in the Indian Ocean archipelago, as well as

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 13 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 13 Jan 2022 – Thursday Index Table of Contents Taking Advantage of India’s Demographic Dividend Why in news? A nation’s development demands the constructive input of all sectors of society, especially children and young, and India has a remarkable chance to develop and become wealthy before the onset

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Daily Mains Newsletter for UPSC 11 Jan 2022

Daily Mains Newsletter For UPSC | RaghukulCS 11 Jan 2022 – Tuesday Index Table of Contents The Mediation Bill: Key Provisions, Issues, and Possibilities Introduction While addressing at the India-Singapore Mediation Summit in July 2021, the Chief Justice of India (CJI) said that mediation should be made obligatory as the first step in conflict settlement