GS1: Population related issues
- Challenging negative social normsIndia touches a demographic milestone this World Population Day, but roadblocks remain
GS1: Social Empowerment
- A long road for migrant workers The guidelines laid down by the Supreme Court are welcome, but they require robust systems.
GS2: Statutory, Regulatory and various Quasi-judicial Bodies.
- Status report on vacancies at CIC, SIC Prashant Bhushan says “party acolytes” and bureaucrats shortlisted and appointed to CIC in an opaque manner despite a court direction
GS3: Challenges to Internal Security through Communication Networks
- New platform maps Pegasus spread It was launched by the Forensic Architecture, the Amnesty International and the Citizen Lab to document attacks against human rights defenders.
GS2: Issues Relating to Development and Management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education
- Perfecting the test CBSE’s plan for Class 10 and 12 assessments should incorporate needs of stressed schools
GS2: Effect of Policies and Politics of Developed and Developing Countries on India’s interests
- The surge The Taliban should not be allowed to take control of Afghanistan through bloodshed
GS1: Indian Society
- Explained: Religions in India, ‘living together separately’ A study by Pew Research Center has found that most Indians respect religious diversity. Yet they prefer to live in separate spheres, and frown on interfaith marriages.
- India must show global leadership on climate crisis by adopting a holistic approach to energy he United States has set an economy-wide target of reducing its net greenhouse gas emissions by 50-52 percent below 2005 levels in 2030 …. India has set a target of installing 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030 …
- India’s peak electricity demand crosses 200GW Of India’s total electricity demand load pattern, industrial and agricultural consumption account for 41.16% and 17.69%, respectively
Down To Earth
GS3: Environmental Conservation
- How India can face the tidal wave of marine plastic The Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB) Annual Report on Implementing the Plastic Garbage Rules, 2016, is the only regular estimate of the quantum of plastic waste generated in India. According to it, the waste generated in 2018-19 was 3,360,043 tonnes per year (roughly 9,200 tonnes per day).