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1. M.P. gets its first elephant colony in Bandhavgarh forest CSAT-1

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UPSC SyllabusIssues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health

3. Governance Index: On study of States on governance (GS-2) & CSAT-1

UPSC SyllabusGovernance

The nation wide comparative study of States on governance carried out by the Government of India, as seen in the Good Governance Index (GGI), is a welcome exercise to incentivise States to competitively deliver on public services to the citizens. This is not the first time that benchmarking of States has been carried out. Different agencies including NITI Aayog, the government’s policy think­tank, are evaluating the States on different parameters. The findings of the GGI’s inaugural edition are significant in many respects. Although Tamil Nadu has always had the reputation of being a better run State, it is only now that it is ranked first in any study of this kind.

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5. Not a drop to waste (GS-3)

UPSC SyllabusWater conservation

In 2020, according to the Niti Aayog, 21 Indian cities, including Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru, will run out of groundwater. The Aayog’s “Composite Water Management Index” (CWMI), released in June, notes that “Seventy per cent of our water resources are contaminated”. Several other reports, including the Central Water Commission’s “Water and Water Related Statistics 2019”, have thrown light on the poor state of India’s groundwater aquifers.

Composite Water Management Index: The National Institute for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog has developed the Composite Water Management Index to enable effective water management in India n states.

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