UPSC Syllabus : Indian Polity; citizenship
UPSC Syllabus : Economic Growth /p>
3. Criticism is not sedition: GS-1 & GS-2: (GS-2)
UPSC Syllabus : Modern Indian History; Indian Polity
Sedition laws were enacted in 17th century England, when lawmakers believed that only good opinions of the government should survive, as bad opinions were detrimental to the government and monarchy. This sentiment (and law) was borrowed and inserted into the IPC in 1870.
4. Acts of violence, acts of grace (GS-2)
UPSC Syllabus : Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude
5. India starts sharing maritime data(GS-2)
UPSC Syllabus : Security challenges and their management in border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism; Disaster Management
The Information Fusion Centre – Indian Ocean Region (IFC-IOR) set up last year has started functioning as an information sharing hub of maritime data and “cuing incident responses” to maritime security situations through a collaborative approach, Navy sources said.
UPSC Syllabus : Banking
What happens to depositors’ money when a bank fails?
When a bank is liquidated, depositors are entitled to receive an insurance amount of ₹1 lakh per individual from the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (DICGC). The DICGC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the RBI. The ₹1 lakh insurance limit includes both principal and interest dues across your savings bank accounts, current accounts, fixed deposits and recurring deposits held with the bank.
7. Gold loses sheen(GS-2)
UPSC Syllabus : Effects of liberalization on the economy
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