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Exercise Khanjar- exercise between India and Kyrgyzstan India and Kyrgyzstan Special Forces have started a military exercise named Exercise Khanjar in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. About Exercise Khanjar Exercise Khanjar is a Joint Special Forces Military Exercise between India and Kyrgyzstan.
Appointment of Ad hoc judges Introduction The Supreme Court’s decision to invoke Article 224A in the Constitution to clear the way for the appointment of retired judges as ad hoc judges to clear the mounting arrears in the various High Courts is an indictment of the extraor
Introduction The appointment of former IAS officer, Girija Vaidyanathan, as Expert Member in the Southern Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), was challenged in the Madras High Court. Even though the court initially granted an interim stay on her appointment, it ruled that s
Forest Fire The most common hazard in forests is a forest fire. Forest fires are as old as the forests themselves. They pose a threat not only to the forest wealth but also to the entire regime to fauna and flora seriously disturbing the bio-diversity and the ecology and environment of a region.
Dekho Apna Desh Webinar on Khajuraho Temples The Ministry of Tourism recently organized a webinar on “Khajuraho Temples of Architectural Splendour” under Dekho Apna Desh. About Dekho Apna Desh webinar Ministry of Tourism launched the Dekho Apna Desh webinar series in April 20
World Press Freedom Index 2021 The World Press Freedom Index 2021 was recently released. About World Press Freedom Index: The index is Published by Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) or Reporters Without Borders since 2002. The Index ranks 180 countries and regions according to the
Global Youth Mobilization Initiative Launched by UN Recently, United Nations agencies, youth organisations, and WHO have come together to launch the Global Youth Mobilization initiative for local Solutions. About Global Youth Mobilization Initiative: World Health Organization and United
Supplemental Oxygen Delivery System developed by DRDO Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has launched the SpO2 (Blood Oxygen Saturation) supplemental Oxygen Delivery System which will be useful for soldiers in extreme high-altitude areas. About DRDO’s Supplemental Oxyge
State’s control over the religious institutions- Issues with Article 26 of the Constitution Introduction This article talks about the state's control over the Hindu religious establishments, constitutional backing and the issues involved in it. Indian Secularism The pri
Police Reforms- Appointment of Police Chief and its analysis Need for Police Chief’s operational autonomy A crucial way in which governments exercise control over the State police is through their unregulated power to decide who the chief will be. There is no independent vetting pro
Green Hydrogen- India’s push through National Hydrogen Energy Mission Introduction India will soon join 15 other countries in the hydrogen club as it prepares to launch the National Hydrogen Energy Mission (NHEM). Important data The global target is to produce 1.45 million
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