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The African Development Bank’s decision to hold its annual general meeting in India this month is a signal of the importance African countries attach to New Delhi’s growing role in its development.
Link it with GS Paper 2 (International relations and organisation)
It is not worth spending more government funds on Air India’s revival.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Debt in Indian Economy) and PSU chapter of Public Administration optional paper.
India now joins some 160 other countries that already have a Goods and Services Tax (GST). The only large economy exception without a GST is the United States. Most other countries have this consumption tax as a key component of their indirect taxes.
To know more about GST, Click – What is the Goods and Services Tax (GST)?
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Tax reform)
India, which is in talks for the proposed mega-regional Free Trade Agreement (FTA) along with 16 other Asia Pacific nations, has expressed disappointment over the inadequate progress in talks on services trade liberalisation especially for facilitating easier movement of professionals for short-term work in these countries.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Trade-Economy)
To know more about RCEP –
Click Significance of RCEP for India?
The final conclusions of UPR on India, like all such reviews, need to be read not in cold print, but between the lines. At the outset, it must be remembered that when it comes to the implementation of universal rights and norms on human rights, the “United Nations” must in fact be read in reverse – it is “Nations United”, countries against their peoples.
Link it with GS Paper 2 (Human rights).
Research provides evidence that a blanket farm loan waiver scheme is detrimental to the development of credit markets.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Agriculture economy)
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