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Daily Current Affairs – 2nd February, 2017

Annual Budget 2017 Introduction The Constitution refers to the budget as the ‘annual financial statement’. In other words, the term budget has nowhere been used in the Constitution. It is the popular name for the annual financial statement that has been dealt with in Article 112 [...]

Daily Current Affairs – 2nd January, 2016

WTO: GATS & Indian Education Lack of dialogue and social concern witnessed during the negotiations in the GATS Agenda- General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) GATS deals with global trade, as commodities, services such as higher education; health; life insurance; research and development [...]

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Daily Current Affairs – 2nd February, 2016

Seizing the ‘One Belt, One Road’ opportunity Recent conversations with Chinese scholars, Communist Party of China members and officials indicate that the ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative of Xi Jinping’s government in china is likely to become the pivotal key of Chinese engagement with [...]

Daily Current Affairs – 2nd April, 2016

Harking back to an interventionist era – Article 356 Article in part XVIII (Articles 352-360); among the Emergency provisions of the Indian Constitution During President’s Rule- President administers the state through the governor and the Parliament makes laws for the state Maximum period: Three years 44th [...]

Daily Current Affairs – 2nd May, 2016

The curious case of the missing Indian taxpayers A central but neglected problem in Indian political economy— Too many people, too few taxpayers– Around 48 million people filed income tax returns in fiscal year 2015 Effective Number: Lesser than the above-stated as many of them [...]

Daily Current Affairs – 2nd June, 2016

India as the “world’s human resource capital” Why there is a need for Skill Development? To convert Quantitative Dividend to Qualitative Dividend: India’s biggest challenge remains having a young population that is unemployable due to lack of skills. As much as 50 per cent of [...]