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15th July 2018 mains questions
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P L Bhargavi
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Hi anand, In third question: can't understand from where we get 81 of 8% which is equal to 1620 plz explain this more... Thanx in Advance......... :) *81 ka 8% = 1620*
Ashish Porwal
3 years ago
actually 81 Percent is total ..and won by 54 percent and loose 46 percent from 81 Percent ... so 8 percent is the difference between 54 and 46 which is 8 percent

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  3. MANY STREET ART FORMS OF INDIA ARE ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION. DISCUSS THE EFFORTS FOR THE CONSERVATION AND THE PROBLEMS? O e India had always been known as the land that portrayed cultural and traditional vibrancy through its conventional arts and crafts. The 35 states and union territories sprawled across the country have their own distinct cultural and traditional identities, and are displayed through various forms of art prevalent there. Every region in India has its own style and pattern of art, which is known as folk art. Other than folk art, there is yet another form of traditional art practiced by several tribes or rural population, which is classified as tribal art. The folk and tribal arts of India are very ethnic and simple, and yet colorful and vibrant enough to speak volumes about the country's rich heritage.

  4. O DISCUSS THE STATUS OF INDIGENOUS DEFENCE PRODUCTION. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CHALLENGES? India has made rapid strides in defence technology in recent past and reached a stage of self-reliance. The objective was to have thrust in indigenous production and exploring possibilities of exports to other developing nations that may look forward to supplies from India. . Maximization of indigenous production. . Licence production of those equipments which are available and can be obtained from abroad. . Direct procurement of those equipments not covered above, but considered essential for ensuring the security.

  5. e A closer examination of the stated policy would reveal that production under license did not help in obtaining the desired technical know-how for subsequent up gradation and further technological innovations. Also, such arrangements may not be the proven mechanism of transfer of technology

  6. DOES EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING INSTITUTES MATTER MORE THAN THE QUALITY./ IS EXPERIENCE OF THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS COTERMINOUS WITH QUALITY. DISCUSS. e Matter of personal opinion May or may not be always true e Depends on the evolution of the Institution and its management

  7. BORDER DISPUTES IN NORTHEAST INDIA HAVE MANY REGIONS. ENUMERATE THEM AND CRITICALLY ANALYSE THE STEPS TAKEN TO SOLVE THEM SO FAR. Border disputes of North East India usually associated with China's claim But there are other reasons which include Myanmar incursions other problems include smuggling of drugs gold and wildlife body parts as well as read by Northeastern extremist groups from their hideouts beyond the boundary These problems are not new they have been there since independence

  8. . The pemberton line had left out certain restive cookie areas that were included inner rectified boundary in 1881 called Johnstone line e The boundary was redrawn again in 1896 which was called as pemberton johnstone Maxwell line e but Burma never participated in these exercises until India and Burma became independent After independence in 1953 both ratified the 1896 line via Rangoon agreement of 1967

  9. WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS ON SPACE TOURISM. Matter of personal opinion Space pollution issue

  10. SOME OTHER TOPICS Sri Lanka, drug addiction death penalty issue e Ayushman Bharat scheme India is one of the fastest digitising countries what are more innovative ways of using digital knowledge for India's development. Discuss the applications of stem cells Discuss the role of state disaster management authority is and regulations of states in preventing river accidents