5) “The Maoists’ agenda to keep the tribals away from the advantages of development can be defeated only if the direct action of security forces is supplemented effectively with developmental works.” Do you think this strategy has worked to curb naxalism? Critically comment.

Topic: Linkages between development and spread of extremism 5) “The Maoists’ agenda to keep the tribals away from the advantages of development can be defeated only if the direct action of security forces is supplemented effectively with developmental works.” Do you think this strategy has worked to curb naxalism? Critically comment. (200 Words) The Indian …

4) Briefly examine the aims of the International Solar Alliance (ISA), the International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy Policy Network, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership and Global Green Growth Institute. Also examine India’s role in these institutions.

Topic:   Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests 4) Briefly examine the aims of the  International Solar Alliance (ISA),  the International Renewable Energy Agency, Renewable Energy Policy Network, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership and Global Green Growth Institute. Also examine India’s role in these institutions. (200 Words) Business …

3) “To secure India’s vast and vital interests in the Middle East and to prevent the fires there enveloping the subcontinent, Delhi needs to liberate its policy from narrow domestic political considerations, look beyond oil and diaspora, and embark on a substantive strategic engagement with the region.” Discuss.

Topic: Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests 3) “To secure India’s vast and vital interests in the Middle East and to prevent the fires there enveloping the subcontinent, Delhi needs to liberate its policy from narrow domestic political considerations, look beyond oil and diaspora, and embark on a substantive …

2) Recently, economic sanctions against Iran were lifted following IAEA’s confirmation of Iran fulfilling its obligations under an agreement last summer to limit its nuclear programme. What implications this will have on India? Critically examine.

Topic: Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, 2) Recently, economic sanctions against Iran were lifted following IAEA’s confirmation of Iran fulfilling its obligations under an agreement last summer to limit its nuclear programme. What implications this will have on India? Critically examine. (200 Words) The Hindu Business Standard Business …