Can better pay and privatisation reduce corruption? Corruption which is breeding like a cancer in the Indian society is a root cause of many socio-economic problems. The proposed solutions to combat corruption include Better pay scale for the government employees Privatisation Augusto Lopez-Claros, then director of the Global Indicators Group at the World Bank in ..
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State sponsored terrorism against India Pakistan based terrorist groups are bleeding India by sponsoring terrorist and militancy activities. The nexus between the state and non-state actors with an intention to bleed India is further complicating the security challenges of India. Steps taken to address the challenge Border Management Providing with additional contingent for BSF to ..
Indian Refugee Policy and Internal Security Refugees are the people who have been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster. The tough stance of the government against Rohingya refugees who are referred as world’s most persecuted minorities is put into question in the Supreme Court. Indian refugee policy ..
Ozone Pollution Ozone has molecular composition of O3. The presence of ozone in the stratosphere protects the humans against the harmful effects of ultra violet radiations. But the ozone at ground level is considered as a pollutant. This is referred as ozone pollution. Formation of ozone at ground level The ground level ozone is formed ..
Patent Exclusivity And Secondary Patents Patent Exclusivity: It refers to monopoly for manufacturing and marketing of the patented product for certain number of years. Secondary patents: After obtaining the primary patent the companies file patents for the derivatives and variants, new dosage regimen, new method of administration in order to ensure monopoly. These are referred ..
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Mobility as a service (MaaS) or Transport as a service (TaaS) is the integration of various forms of transport services into a single mobility service accessible on demand. It is a shift away from the personally-owned modes of transportation towards mobility solutions that are consumed as a service by combining transportation services from ..
Challenges For Power Sector Of India The geography and its natural resources like hydel energy, wind energy provides India with enormous potential. But still 240 million people in the country don’t have access to electricity. Bottlenecks to unleash the potential Various roadblocks for India in unleashing the potential are Efficiency: India has high transmission and ..
Economic Growth in Post-Reforms Period Indian growth story in the post reform period is criticised for not being inclusive. The various loopholes of the post-reform growth strategy are The pattern of development has aggravated inter-state inequality, widened rural-urban disparity and worsened intra-rural and intra-urban inequality. In the growth story led by private sector investment increased ..