India was inducted as a formal member of SCO. ( A detailed article has been given in IAS Buzz August 2017 edition)
In this article we shall conduct an appraisal of India’s membership in SCO.Read More
Every year, National Nutrition Week is celebrated from 1st to 7th September for intensifying nutrition/health related awareness among the masses.
Launched by the Food & Nutrition Board in 1982, it is envisaged that the nutrition education/training programmes carried out by the governmental/non-governmental organizations will have far reaching implications on productivity, economic growth and ultimately the nation’s development.Read More
About Sachar Committee
The Rajinder Sachar Committeewas commissioned in 2005 by Indian Prime MinisterManmohan Singh to prepare a report on the latest social, economic, and educational conditions of the Muslim community of India.
The report prepared by the committee will help in planning, formulating and implementing specific interventions, policies and programes to address the issues relating to the socio-economic backwardness of this community.Read More
What Is Satyagraha?
The concept of satyagraha was introduced by Mahatma Gandhi in the early 20th century which focuses on non-violent resistance to evil.
Gandhi’s satyagraha became a major tool in the Indian struggle against British imperialism and has since been adopted by protest groups in other countries as well.Read More
Q. How Conflict can be resolved by using satyagraha?
Q. What is draft Pharma policy?
Q. What is block chain Technology and why is it in news?
Q. Detail about MP Sharma and Kharak Singh case w.r.t. Right to Privacy?Read More
The government has released Draft Pharmaceutical Policy. It has an entire paragraph dedicated to the quality concerns that affect the domestic market.
The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) finally admitted that 85 per cent of the drug supply in India has no proven therapeutic efficacy or safety.Read More
Recently the Supreme Court ruled that right to Privacy is a constitutional right.
But Earlier, in judgments of M.P. Sharma and Kharak Singh cases delivered in 1954 and 1961, respectively, the SC ruled that privacy is not protected under the Constitution i.e. not a fundamental right.Read More