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The key to revitalising India’s reservation system

National 07-Sep-2021

Recent introduction of reservations for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examinations and a renewed debate on caste census have once again brought the debate on affirmative action in the limelight.

The challenge of skilling India

National 22-Jul-2021

Recently,  World Youth Skills Day was observed on 15 July which yet again shows the importance of a skilled workforce in India for achieving the goal of becoming Atmanirbhar Bharat. Indian administration runs many schemes and programmes such as the Skill India Mission and the ‘Going Online As Leaders’ (or Goal) etc.

In defence of India’s noisy democracy

National 12-Jul-2021

China’s developmental pathway over the last century has been spectacular and it successfully lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty. But India’s developmental progress shows mixed records.

The outdated nature of bureaucracy

National 22-May-2021

COVID-19 has tested the resilience of all public institutions. Despite its efforts, bureaucracy has emerged as a major concern for the ineffective response to the COVID-19 crisis.

The problem: Ken-Betwa Link Project

National 08-Apr-2021

Recently on the occasion of World Water Day( March 22), a memorandum of agreement was signed between Union Minister of Jal Shakti and the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh to implement the Ken-Betwa Link Project (KBLP).

Dormant Parliament, fading business

National 27-Mar-2021

The Budget session of Parliament ended two weeks ahead of the original plan, as many political leaders are busy with campaigning for the forthcoming State Assembly elections.

DOUBLING DOWN ON A RESILIENT INDIA

National 22-Mar-2021

Asia watchers observing that China will no more remain economic growth engine in Asia rather this decade belongs to India.

Buddha of Bamiyan

National 15-Mar-2021

Bamiyan's Buddha statues were recently revived by a 3D presentation at a program called "A Night with Buddha", nearly two decades after it was destroyed by the Taliban.

OPENING MOVE

National 12-Mar-2021

The Union cabinet has approved changes to the Insurance Act 1938, for increasing the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit to 74 per cent from the present 49 per cent.

INDIA NEEDS BETTER COLLEGES

National 12-Mar-2021

As many as 12 Indian institutions have achieved top 100 positions in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021, with three Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) making it to top 50 this time.

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