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    Relevance for Prelims and Mains  

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    Tanzanian novelist wins Nobel

     

    (Education)

    Nobel Literature Prize, recent winner and contribution 

     

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    SC questions income limit for EWS quota

     

    (Polity and Governance )

     

    What are EWS eligibility criteria? Why government zeroed in on the figure of ‘?8 lakh’ as the annual income criterion to identify Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) among forward classes of society for grant of 10% reservation in medical admissions under the all India quota (AIQ), recent The Supreme Court’s query in this context 

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    Govt. launches portal for dust control norms

     

    (Environmental Pollution )

     

    Know about  Dust Pollution Control Self-Assessment Portal, its features and relevance and need 

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    Kerala to allow 25,000 pilgrims at Sabarimala

     

    (Polity and Governance )

     

    Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, Sabarimala temple entry issue , observations made by the court, Why does prevent women’s entry to the temple discriminatory in nature?, Way ahead

     

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    Kerala HC flays practice of nokkukooli

     

    (Art and Culture )

    Learn Fact related to Nokkukooli 

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    HAL delivers heaviest

    propellent tank to ISRO

     

    (S&T  )

     

    Know about The heaviest semi cryogenic propellant tank (SC120LOX) ever fabricated by Hindustan

    Aeronautics Limited

    (HAL) , its features and relevance 

     

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    Seeding a data revolution in Indian agriculture

     

    (Agriculture )

    Major takeaways from the two significant documents relating to the Indian agriculture sector, what have they forecasted, how the data revolution is inevitable in the agriculture sector, key analysis and way forward

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    Killing the chills

     

    (Health)

    Significance of the first-ever World Health Organization (WHO)-approved anti-malaria vaccine and recommendations of WHO 

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    Handling complexity

     

    (S&T)

    Winners of the Physics Nobel prize, their works and implications 

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    Will a bad bank fix India’s broken banking system?

     

    (Economy)

    Relevance of setting up the National Asset Reconstruction Company Limited (NARCL) under the Companies Act, What is a bad bank? Bad bank history in India, How do bad loans affect the economy?Issues associated with the bad bank, key analysis and way forward 

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    Stronger at the grassroots

    (Governance)

    Evolution of Panchayati Raj in India(PRI), Salient Features of the Constitution 73rd and 74th Amendments, Significance of Panchayati Raj Institution, what roles played by PRI during COVID-19 crisis, Challenges With the PRI System, Steps to be taken

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    Intolerance and vandalism in Afghanistan of concern: India

     

    (IR)

    How reports of intolerance and vandalism raise concerns across the world and in India, what  will  be the implications  of the Taliban’s  fulfilment of  the goals outlined in the UN Security Council Resolution 2593, why India continues to maintain ambiguity towards the Taliban and has not yet responded to the Taliban’s communication, key analysis and way forward 

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    India, Nepal to conduct joint patrols for controlling transborder

    crime

     

    (IR)

    The security scenario on the India-Nepal border and the relevence of conducting regular joint patrolling along the border to control trans-border crimes, smuggling of arms, human trafficking and other areas of concern.

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    NATO expels 8 Russian members

    (IR)

    Why NATO expelled eight members of

    Russia’s mission, learn facts related to NATO 

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    World Bank retains India FY22

    GDP growth forecast at 8.3%

    (Economy)

    What are the reasons behind The World Bank’s retention for  its June forecast for India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to grow by 8.3% in the current fiscal year and its implications on the economy