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P L Bhargavi
A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II

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sir plz upload assertion reason question also for aiims.
I will do it once I finish the questions of JEE
Tauseef Masood
2 years ago
thanks sir
mam make a que on IPC 377 and 498a
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
will add it
Akash B Gaikwad
a year ago
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  1. 11TH JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS PRESENTED BY BHARGAVI VARDHAN


  2. https:// ABOUT MEunadueery com /bhargavivardhan Proud Mother of a happy 4 year old Biotechnology graduate Cleared short service commission for women in airforce, but could not join on medical grounds Presented papers in chemcon, young researchers conference and unacademy more Upsc aspirant, written mains 2017 Scored 150 marks in geography optional lI Have a YouTube channel for kids: Sanskrit rhymes


  3. GS3- DISASTER AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT DISCUSS THE AMBITIOUS TARGETS OF THE SENDAI FRAMEWORK CRITICALLY ANALYSE THE POSSIBILITY OF ACHIEVING THE SAME. The Sendai Framework is a 15-year, voluntary, non-binding agreement which recognizes that the State has the primary role to reduce disaster risk but that responsibility should be shared with other stakeholders including local government, the private sector and other stakeholders. It aims for the following outcome: . The substantial reduction of disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihoods and health and in the economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental assets of persons, businesses, communities and countries


  4. . There are 7 goals under it Targeting mortality by disasters, economy classes etc in period of 2015-30 . Action through Priority 1. Understanding disaster risk e Priority 2. Strengthening disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk * Priority 3. Investing in disaster risk reduction for resilience e Priority 4. Enhancing disaster preparedness for effective response and to "Build Back Better" in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction


  5. Disasters are neither natural nor conflict-neutral, but the product of a combination of hazard, exposure, vulnerability and (lack of) capacity, all of which turn a hazard into a disaster. Progress towards the objectives of the Sendai Framework requires explicit and concerted attention to DRR in conditions of violence, conflict and fragility. e Big data can help in disaster risk reduction and also understanding about how an economy is interconnected. e with big data governments can anticipate disasters and reduce risk through preventive measures such as early warning system safety drills and resilient O infrastructure


  6. GS4/GS2 FREEDOM OF SPEECH OF A PUBLIC SERVANT HAS BEEN IN NEWS AT NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ARENA. COMMENT ON THE MORAL ISSUES INVOLVED. CAN RESTRICTION ON FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN THIS CASE BE JUSTIFIED. e Matter of personal opiniorn e What about the responsibility of a person holding a public office e A structured approach leading to a balanced conclusion


  7. MODEL ANSWER edom of speech Detine fre Define freedom of speech for a public servant List out and Discuss the basic obligations of the public servant towards the society, and nation Does freedom of speech violate or disregard these obligations Put an imaginary example Justification for restrictions on free speech by persons in responsible position


  8. GS2 REPUBLIC OF KOREA IS INDISPENSABLE PARTNER IN ACT EAST POLICY. DISCUSS Background information . India played an important and positive role in Korean affairs after Korea's independence in 1945. Mr K P S Menon of India was the Chairman of the 9-member UN . Commission set up in 1947 to hold elections in Korea A stable and peaceful Korean peninsula is in India's interest Korean Buddhist Monk Hyecho (704-787 CE) or Hong Jiao visited India from 723 to 729 AD and wrote travelogue "Pilgrimage to the five kingdoms of India" which gives a vivid account of Indian culture, politics & society. The travelogue was rediscovered in China in 1908 and was subsequently translated into different languages, including Hindi, under the aegis of UNESCo


  9. a bilateral Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA), which was operationalized on 1st January 2010. Traditionally close bilateral relations were elevated to a qualitative higher level, with the state visit to India of President Park Geun-hye from 15-18 January 2014. The laint Statement for Expansion of Sirategic Parinership issued during the visit, unveiled a blue print for further expanding the political, security, defence, economic, scientific & technological, IT, cultural and people- to-people relations.


  10. INDISPENSABLE FOR ACT EAST One of the leading economies of East e A negative trade balance with India e Good relations with ASEAN The new southern policy of ROK if Moon Jae-in's New Southern Policy" is to succeed, South Korea needs to overcome the obstacles of Asia's balance of relationships to strengthen its outreach in thee region. That balance is good for india