Tag Archives: Climate change

Today’s News Updates – 25.December.2014

GS paper II Centre offers full support to Assam – Ques. Discuss the major causes of distress in the state of Assam and government’s role in this context. ‘Review of national targets vital for climate action’ – Ques. “There is an urgent need to review targets and achievements of national contribution to tackling climate change”, Elucidate. GS paper III Expert group to check cyber crime – Ques. “India with a fast growing economy is susceptible to international and domestic cyber attacks and there is need to ensure a Continue reading →

Today’s News Updates – 1.December.2014

GS paper I India needs to take a firm stand on climate issue – Ques. “The Synthesis report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has made it clear that adaptation alone will not prevent the world from hurtling into a climate calamity. Countries have to focus on mitigation and their national emission cuts should reflect this aspect”, Elucidate. GS paper II “CM’s Japan visit will translate into investments” – Ques. Critically comment on India-Japan bilateral relationship. Portray police positively: Modi – Ques. Discuss the initiatives could Continue reading →

Today’s News Updates – 29.september.2014

GS paper I More hot air at climate summit        – Ques. “India must recapture its capacity to proactively provide both intellectual and political leadership on climate change”, Elucidate. A food system for the future              – Ques. “In the face of climate change, our basic food systems have to be reimagined so that the world is producing nutritious food in a more sustainable way that increases livelihoods”, While critically analysing the given statement describe the consequences of damaged food system. What measures should be adopted to Continue reading →

Today’s News Updates – 23.september.2014

GS paper I A generation is all we have left                                                                                                                                                        Continue reading →