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General Studies -01

Syllabus area: Significant personalities & issues until present.

Q1: Make a brief note on the significance of Indira Gandhi in Indian history in the light of 100th year celebrations.(200 words)

Source: The Hindu,The Business standard,The Indian express,Hindustan times.

Reference: EDITORIAL MODULE-November 20  (Page  1,2,3,4)


General Studies -02

Syllabus area: Effect of policies and politics of developed & developing countries on india’s interest.

Q2. “The revival of trans pacific Partnership minus the US opens opportunities for India”. Comment(200 words)

Source: The Hindu

Reference: EDITORIAL MODULE-November 20  (Page  5)


General Studies -03

Syllabus area: Bio diversity,Environment;Conservation.

Q3: “Tiger deaths are just the tip of the iceberg and point to a larger problem” Discuss in the light of Electric fences killing tigers in Maharashtra (200 words)

Source: The Hindu

Reference: EDITORIAL MODULE-November 20 (Page 7)


General Studies -04

Syllabus area: Ethical concerns and dilemma in government & private institutions.

Q4: Isn’t it an unfair trade practice to not issue printed receipts for cash payments?why is the government turning a blind eye to such practices, instead of protecting the interests of consumers? (150 Words, 10 Marks)

Source: The tribune
Reference: EDITORIAL MODULE-November 20 (Page 9)


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HINDU NOTES-November 17 2017 [UPSC Current affairs]

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Restrictions eased as pollution dips in Delhi

Delhi pollution solutions

News:

  • Delhi breathed relatively easy as air quality remained outside the ‘severe plus’ category for a third consecutive day , prompting authorities to withdraw strict emission-control measures enacted last week.

Beyond News:

  • The air quality index (AQI) in Delhi was in the ‘very poor category’ at 363.
  • The ban on the entry of trucks carrying non-essential goods into Delhi as well as the enhancement of parking charges by four times were reversed by Lieutenant-Governor .
  • These were among the provisions of the Graded Response Action Plan that the Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority ordered.
  • The municipal corporations of Delhi, which are responsible for collecting, parking fees, had hiked charges by up to four times.
  • The Uttar Pradesh government has banned garbage burning in urban areas in a bid to reduce the pollution.

Hindu Notes from General Studies-03

UN must list Azhar a global terrorist: France

News:

  • Emphasising the need to designate Pakistani terror mastermind Masood Azhar as a global terrorist under the 1267 counter-terror committee of the UN Security Council, France sought international consensus on countering cross-border terrorism.

Beyond News:

  • Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said France and India are successfully cooperating in areas like counter-terrorism and defence and highlighted France’s territorial interests in the Indian Ocean region.
  • Le Drian’s comment on terrorism came two days after France marked the first anniversary of the November 13, 2016 terror strike in Paris which left 130 dead and dozens wounded.

Centre doubles down on GST’s gains for consumers

News:

  • A day after the Centre notified the latest set of cuts in the rate of tax to be levied on a wide range of goods as part of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the Union Cabinet approved the creation of the National Anti-profiteering Authority to ensure that businesses pass on the benefits of GST to consumers.

Beyond News:

  • The decision to set up the enforcement body marks the government’s resolve to ensure that the latest tax rate reductions approved by the GST Council on more than 200 items are implemented immediately by businesses.
  • Crucially, the authority has been granted wide-ranging powers, including to cancel the registration of offending firms in extreme cases.

Chennai Customs department website hacked

Chennai customs website hacked

News

  • The official website of the Chennai Customs was allegedly hacked on November 17 and slogans demanding a “free Kashmir” and comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian Army were posted on it.

Beyond News

  • A group of hackers, which identified itself as “Team Pak Cyber Skullz”, targeted the website .
  • A few years ago, the Chennai Customs website was hacked by another group of hackers.

This highlights the lack of cyber security even in official websites.

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UPSC ASKED:‘Simultaneous election to the Lok Sabha and the State Assemblies will limit the amount of time and money spent in electioneering but it will reduce the government’s accountability to the people’ Discuss. (Answer in 150 words)

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‘Simultaneous election to the Lok Sabha and the State Assemblies will limit the amount of time and money spent in electioneering but it will reduce the government’s accountability to the people’ Discuss.
SOURCE: TEST 2 Question number 20

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Distinguish between religiousness/religiosity and communalism giving one example of how the former has got transformed into the latter in independent India
Source: TEST 10 -QUESTION NUMBER 18

UPSC ASKED: In the context of the diversity of India, can it be said that the regions form cultural units rather than the States? Give reasons with examples for your view point. (150 words)

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 In the context of the diversity of India, can it be said that the regions form cultural units rather than the States? Give reasons with examples for your view point.
Source: TEST 10 Question number 8

UPSC ASKED:How do pressure groups influence Indian political process? Do you agree with this view that informal pressure groups have emerged as powerful than formal pressure groups in recent years? (Answer in 150 words)

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How do pressure groups influence Indian political process? Do you agree with this view that informal pressure groups have emerged as powerful than formal pressure groups in recent years?
Source: TEST 2 Question number 18

UPSC ASKED:Hunger and Poverty are the biggest challenges for good governance in India still today. Evaluate how far successive governments have progressed in dealing with these humongous problems. Suggest measures for improvement. (Answer in 150 words)

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Hunger and Poverty are the biggest challenges for good governance in India still today. Evaluate how far successive governments have progressed in dealing with these humongous problems. Suggest measures for improvement.
Source: TEST 18 Question number 12
Suggest measures for improvement of Hunger and Poverty
Source: TEST 18 Question number 10

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UPSC ASKED:Initially Civil Services in India were designed to achieve the goals of neutrality and effectiveness, which seems to be lacking in the present context. Do you agree with the view that drastic reforms are required in Civil Services. Comment (Answer in 250 words)

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Initially Civil Services in India were designed to achieve the goals of neutrality and effectiveness, which seems to be lacking in the present context. Do you agree with the view that drastic reforms are required in Civil Services. Comment
Source: TEST 18 Question number 7

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TEST 4 Q5: Issues with Cadre based civil service & need for reforms

TEST 4 Q12: Need for security in tenure of civil servants

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Initially Civil Services in India were designed to achieve the goals of neutrality and effectiveness, which seems to be lacking in the present context. Do you agree with the view that drastic reforms are required in Civil Services. Comment
Source: TEST 14 Question number 17

UPSC ASKED:Explain various types of revolutions, took place in Agriculture after independence in India. How these revolution have helped in poverty alleviation and food security in India? (Answer in 150 words)

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Explain various types of revolutions, took place in Agriculture after independence in India. How these revolution have helped in poverty alleviation and food security in India?
Source: TEST 12 Question number 18

UPSC ASKED: Discus the potential threats of Cyber attack and the security framework to prevent it. (Answer in 150 words)

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Discus the potential threats of Cyber attack and the security framework to prevent it.
Source: TEST 8 Question number 2

 

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HINDU NOTES-November 13 2017 [UPSC Current affairs]

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Delhi’s pollution levels rise again

News:

  • Pollution levels in the national capital rose again on Sunday after a slight dip on Saturday, with visibility falling to below 100 meters at several places in the morning.

Beyond News:

  • Figures released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) show the average of 15 monitoring stations over the past 24 hours had a score of 460 on the Air Quality Index (AQI), which falls in the ‘severe’ category.
  • The same figure yesterday was 403. The CPCB’s AQI scores for Noida, Ghaziabad and Gurgaon were at 492, 498 and 460 respectively, which is also in the ‘severe’ zone.

Add On Notes:

The PM2.5 and PM10 reading of SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) was also in the severe category.

The Meteorological Department has forecast winds from the north and north-west, which are expected to blow away the fog and rain forecast for November 14 and November 15, and provide temporary relief from the smog.

Hindu Notes from General Studies-02

Navigation rights figure in first Quadrilateral talks

News:

  • Beginning a new diplomatic initiative, India on Sunday participated in the first formal official-level discussions conducted here under the recently mooted regional coalition known as the ‘Quad’, the quadrilateral formation that includes Japan, India, the United States and Australia.

Beyond News:

  • The quadrilateral talks were held even as our Prime Minister interacted with Prime Minister of Japan and U.S. President, who participated in the 31st ASEAN and the 12th East Asia summits.
  • Indicating the simmering regional tension with China and Beijing’s assertiveness over the South China Sea issue, a statement from the Australian Foreign Ministry informed that freedom of navigation figured at the ‘Quad.’
  • Official sources emphasised that the quadrilateral was not aimed at any other country, and said India was also involved in other similar groupings in the region to deal with security and political issues.

SC issues notice to Centre, 3 States on plea to curb pollution in Delhi-NCR

News:

  • The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from the Union government and the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab on a plea seeking to curb rising pollution in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR).

Beyond News:

  • The plea has claimed that rise in dust particles on roads and stubble burning in Haryana and Punjab have led to an alarming rise in pollution levels in the NCR and adjoining areas.
  • The plea sought directions to the Centre and these States to take steps to curb road dust and stubble burning. It also sought effective implementation of the odd-even car rationing scheme.

South China Sea, Rohingya on ASEAN map

News:

  • The maritime dispute over the South China Sea, exodus of the Rohingya citizens of Myanmar into Bangladesh and India, North Korean nuclear posturing and Islamic State-linked terrorism are likely to be the key talking points at the 31st ASEAN summit .

Beyond News:

    • The South China Sea has been at the centre of discussions on multilateral problems at the ASEAN-China level, which has been further complicated by China’s land reclamation projects aimed at building air surveillance and domination projects in the region.
    • ASEAN has been battling with the task of framing a Code of Conduct (CoC) for the common maritime future, which officials of the Philippines say is likely to get the green light during the ASEAN summit.

Hindu Notes from General Studies-03

GST: changes in the returns filing process

News:

  • The Goods and Services Tax Council took a slew of decisions during its 23rd meeting in Guwahati on Friday to benefit consumers and businesses alike.

Process till now:

Up to November 15, when the decisions take effect, the GST system requires businesses to submit at least three forms to file their returns. The GSTR-1 dealt with the invoice-wise details of supply, GSTR-2 dealt with the receipts of goods, and GSTR-3 was an overall summary derived from the two previous forms.

What is the change?

  • In order to ease the compliance burden on businesses, companies would be allowed to only file the GSTR-1 form, up to March 31, 2018.
  • The Council has set up a committee to look into how to make the GSTR-2 form easier, following which it will be brought back into the system.

The Council also decided to extend the usage of the summary GSTR-3B form, meant to make life easier for those unfamiliar with the filing process, till March 31 from the earlier December 31 deadline.

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