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For peasants, the Mughal Empire was fundamentally an extractive state; a protection racket run riot. Typically, the land revenue share of a crop varied between 33% and 50%, depending on fertility, with a further 10-25% paid to the zamindar for his efforts. Its replacement by the East India Company and later the British government provided little respite.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Agriculture economy)
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is being flaunted as the single-biggest economic reform since the economic liberalisation of 1991. Even critics of the tax, who complain about its complex four-slab rate structure, agree that it is a step in the right direction. The primary reason is that it does away with the present system of multiple Central and State taxes, replacing it with a much simpler tax system.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Tax reform)
We need to hasten efforts to prevent food waste, at the consumer household level and in the supply chain
Link with GS Paper 4 (Ethical issues involved in food wastage)
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Link it with GS Paper 1 (Indian monsoon- Geography)
The two governments hope that the project would be cheaper option and have a smaller carbon footprint when compared to China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative.
Link with GS Paper 2 (International issue)
As a clean energy source, nuclear power is best suited to gradually replace coal for India’s core energy demand.
Link it with GS Paper 3 (Clean energy- Environment)
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