Farmers’ Suicides in India – Reasons, Initiatives, Challenges & Solutions

Recently, farmers from various regions of the country marched to Delhi to register their protest against the government’s neglect of farmers’ demands. Poor earnings of the farmers led to the never-ending distress in the agricultural sector and this resulted in the increasing number of farmer suicides. These worrying realities call for an appropriate policy response and sustainable alternatives to the current agricultural methods.

Cloud Computing – Features, Merits, Demerits and Challenges

According to the recent report, over a million jobs will be created in the Cloud Computing sector of India by 2022. As cloud computing is becoming more prevalent in both small and large companies, the global demand for professionals is also steadily on the rise. Moreover, firms are currently investing 4.5 times the rate of conventional IT spending in cloud infrastructure and the sector is expected to grow even faster by 2020.

Brexit – Everything you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

Recently, the European Union leaders formally agreed to a Brexit agreement at a Brussels summit urging Britain people to support Prime Minister Theresa May’s package, which faces stiff opposition in the British Parliament. Theresa May government is in favour of Britain exiting EU and she triggered the two-year process of leaving the EU on March 29, 2017.

Inland Waterways – Arteries for Growth and Development

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received India’s 1st container vessel at Varanasi which had started sailing from Kolkata through inland waterways. This was the first commercial container movement in India after independence. While the aim is to promote inland waterways as a cheaper and more eco-friendly mode of transport, the work is still going on without any environmental clearance. 

[Premium] Gaganyaan Mission – India’s Quest towards putting Indians in Space

ISRO has launched GSAT-29 communication satellite successfully on board GSLV-MK III D2. With this launch, GSLV-MK III is considered to be operational for space missions like Chandrayaan II and Gaganyaan. Gaganyaan mission was announced by Prime Minister in his Independence Day speech, that ISRO will be sending its first human spaceflight mission into space by 2022.


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GSLV Mk-III launches GSAT 29 – A Major boost to Moon and Manned missions

ISRO has launched GSAT-29 communication satellite successfully on board GSLV-Mk III D2 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota. With this launch, GSLV Mk III completed the test flights and is declared operational, thus joining the ranks of the working vehicles such as PSLV. Besides, this launch serves as a major boost for Chandrayaan-II (moon) and Gaganyaan (manned) missions.

[Premium] Nuclear Power Generation in India – Complete Analysis

Recently in the UN General Assembly (UNGA), India has declared that nuclear energy is crucial for meeting the challenge of climate change and suggested measures to increase its public acceptance. It has to be noted that, nuclear energy has been receiving stiff opposition and some countries even plan to phase out their nuclear power plants due to their inherent risks.
In this article, you will learn what is nuclear energy? How do nuclear reactors work? What are the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy? How nuclear fusion different from fission and its advantages and challenges? What is the stand of different countries? What is India's 3 stage nuclear power programme? What are the advantages and disadvantages of thorium-based reactors? and What is the current status of the 3 stage programme and its challenges?


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Green Building – The Key to Good Health and Environment

The green buildings in India constitute less than 2%. However, there is a great opportunity to increase that number since about 60% of the country’s infrastructure is yet to be put in place in the next 20 years. Moreover, the government is also planning to launch a global green construction challenge to promote Green buildings in the country.  In this article, we will discuss the concept of Green Building, its benefits, implementation challenges and progress in India.

[Premium] INS Arihant completed patrol – Does India truly achieved Nuclear Triad?

Recently, India’s first indigenous nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN), INS Arihant (destroyer of enemies), has successfully completed its first deterrence patrol. It means that the submarine is fully operational now and when the signal goes out from New Delhi to INS Arihant, it should be able to launch a nuclear missile. However, experts have questioned its credibility to achieve a true nuclear triad.


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[Premium] Sardar Vallabhai Patel and the Statue of Unity – Everything you need to know

Recently Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the world’s tallest statue (182 meters) of Sardar Vallabhai Patel in Gujarat. Although Sardar Patel’s valuable contribution towards Indian National Movement and Post-independence consolidation is commendable, building such a colossal statue with really huge investment (around Rs. 3000 crore) in just a few years raises serious political, economic and social concerns.


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