Read Between the Lines [21-11-19]

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  • National register of citizens
  • citizenship amendment Bill
  • who are illegal immigrants -illegal migrants
  • secularism basic structure?
  • Sri Lanka
  • insurance regulatory development authority of India
  • olive ridley turtles iucn status
  • Gandhi village
  • enforcement directorate
  • rushikulya rookery coast
  • what is Deportation
  • chief justice of India
  • write to equality&equal protection before the law  article 14
  • RCEP
  • global value chain
  • free trade agreements
  • FTA association of southeast Asian nations Japan South Korea
  • preferential trade agreement
  • what is most favoured nation status
  • what are import duties -export duties
  • tariff barriers non tariff barriers
  • special sourcing requirement
  • triple talaq
  • what is sons of the soil theory
  • Central statistics office
  • MUDRA – UDAN scheme
  • periodic labour force survey unemployment
  • what is gross domestic product
  • special protection group– Central reserve police force
  • Jallianwala Bagh
  • what is cognizable offence ?
  • electoral bonds
  • Right to information act
  • section 69A information technology act 2000
  • malware – Pegasus ?
  • chit fund amendment Bill
  • transgender person protection of rights bill
  • warrant of precedence
  • international court of justice -1948 UN genocide convention
  • adjustmed gross revenue telecom sector
  • reserve Bank of India
  • insolvency and bankruptcy code
  • non banking financial companies
  • National company law tribunal
  • what are listed companies
  • stock exchanges
  • securities and exchange board of India
  • what is Bharat stage 6 emission norms
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