5) India has reached a long way in reducing plastic waste but a lot more needs to be done yet. Elucidate.(250 words) 

Topic:  Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment. 5) India has reached a long way in reducing plastic waste but a lot more needs to be done yet. Elucidate.(250 words)  Downtoearth Why this question: In response to Prime Minister’s call on India’s 73rdIndependence day, to make India free of single use plastics, a massive …

4) The Jal Jeevan Mission will be a major step towards improving our people’s ease of living and meeting their aspirations of a New India. Analyse.(250 words)

Topic: Conservation, Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. 4) The Jal Jeevan Mission will be a major step towards improving our people’s ease of living and meeting their aspirations of a New India. Analyse.(250 words) Indianexpress Why this question:  On August 15, during …

3) As positions in WTO’s dispute settlement body remain vacant, an analogous arbitration procedure is a necessity now. Do you agree? Critically analyse. (250 words)

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2) The Shield of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019 weakens the Independence of National Human Rights Commission’s. Critically examine. (250 words)

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1) Declining rates of both absolute population growth and total fertility have been steady in the country, do you think they negate the need for population regulation measures? Critically analyse.(250 words)

Topic: population and associated issues 1) Declining rates of both absolute population growth and total fertility have been steady in the country, do you think they negate the need for population regulation measures? Critically analyse.(250 words) Financialexpress Why this question: The prime minister, in his Independence Day speech, flagged “population explosion” as a problem and …