Page-3 of UPSC Questions
Ethics can be considered both a science and an art, depending on the aspect of it that is being examined. As a science, ethics involves the systematic study of moral principles and their foundations. This involves using reason and evidence ..
Ethics, also known as moral philosophy, is the branch of philosophy that explores the nature of moral values, principles, and judgments. It involves the study of what is right and wrong, good and bad, and just and unjust in human ..
Water credits are a predetermined amount of water that is preserved or created that may be traded between water deficit and water surplus organisations within a sub-basin. It works in the same way as carbon credits. However, the primary distinction ..
According to a recent assessment by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), just 46% of the nation’s tyre pyrolysis oil (TPO) facilities meet current pollution standards. This staggering figure reveals to all of us how small-scale industries function in our ..
In light of the global population touching 8 billion people, discuss the opportunities and challenges going ahead.
On November 15, 2022, the population of the globe surpassed 8 billion, according to UN projections. It took about 1 billion years from the origin of humanity to around 1800 AD to attain a worldwide population of 1 billion, and ..
Comment on the renewed focus to strengthen India-USA ties? What are the challenges and opportunities?
The India-US Economic and Financial Partnership just conducted its ninth ministerial summit. The improvement of the global supply chain is something that both the US and India are interested in. Some nations such as China have exploited trade as a ..