Today’s important articles/news in various newspapers (16th November)

Dear aspirants, following are the links of various articles taken from various newspapers. Click the link to read further. To get notification, follow the blog. Thank you

1. Strangely forgotten

A recent visit to a school in Dehradun to participate in a military history seminar drew attention again to the tenacious Indian indifference to history in general and recent military history in particular.

2. Money can’t always buy votes

Q. Money and muscle power are considered as influencer in our election at various levels. Give suggestion to curb these influences in election.

3. The Tripura model

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Tripura embarked on a unique path to peace, one that was not dependent solely on security measures but involved investment in human development and people’s participation in the implementation of socio-political and economic policy as well.

4. The rise of the bots

A bot is a computer programme designed to work automatically. It is mainly used to gather information on the Internet or perform repetitive jobs.

5. Parenting The iPad Generation

In a device-driven world, the screen holds infinite power to confuse and frustrate parents, who are increasingly hearing mixed messages about its impact. Screen time is evil! But also: Technology is vital to kids’ future achievement and a necessary part of their education.

Q. Technology and digital platform can be a significant platform of learning for kids but it also poses danger in various forms. Discuss.

6. Donald Trump’s quack remedies for Asia

“Fire and fury”, President Donald Trump said in response to North Korea’s nuclear tests in August. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen”.

Q. It would be unwise to rely on the US to counter China. India must build tools to protect its own interests. Comment

7. Managing case flows

Draft rules in subordinate courts have either not been adopted or are not implemented in the right context.

8. India’s electric vehicle drive: Challenges and opportunities

The year 2017 will be remembered as a significant one for defining India’s mobility architecture. From big ticket announcements on the marque Ahmedabad-Mumbai high-speed rail project to Hyperloop, India has seized its moment in the sun to announce big plans for finding next generation transportation solutions.

Q. The shift to electric vehicles has caught the imagination of policymakers and industry, but it carries lot of challenges in Indian context. Discuss.

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