Read Between the Lines [20-8-19]

Read between the lines is to encourage aspirants to self study and refocus on the newspapers instead of totally depending on third party sources for their preparation.

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  • United nation security council 
  • article 370 
  • National register of citizens 
  • what are non communicable diseases cardiovascular diseases 
  • what are DISCOMs
  • Environment clearance environment impact assessment 
  • what is consent 
  • legal age for marriage in India for men and women 
  • lunar orbit insertion chandrayaan 2
  • what do you understand by slow down of economy recession
  •  India Bhutan relations open border 
  • doklam plateau 
  • motor vehicle agreement Bangladesh Bhutan India Nepal
  •  chief of defence staff
  • What do you understand by liberty equality fraternity 
  • what is federalism 
  • what is separation of powers between legislature executive and judiciary
  • What do you understand by trade war 
  • what are intellectual property rights
  •  what is currency manipulation 
  • what is trade deficit 
  • what is protectionism and new protectionism 
  • trans Pacific partnership 
  • globalisation and de globalisation
  • International monetary fund World Trade organisation G20
  • National tiger conservation authority, project tiger ,tiger census
  • UNSC expansion who are the members among p5 that are supporting India’s membership 
  • G4 members
  • Central armed police forces Central reserve police forces border security force Indo Tibetan border police sashastra Seema Bal
  • National security advisor
  • India China military to military cooperation joint working group
  • What are domicile laws
  • What is corporate tax 
  • what is direct tax code
  •  monetary policy 
  • Hong Kong

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