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2nd july mains questions
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The lesson has topics like arms race in space, soft diplomacy, niti aayog artificial intelligence power house, article 21,ethical issues involved in nuclear weapons and genetically modified crops Please do rate review and recommend the course if you like it

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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Hi Bhargavi... Could you please site an example of India inclining to power and influence rather than soft diplomacy in foreign affairs and agreements. Thank you!
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
you can quote bangladesh, operation cactus, operation checkmate I guess.
Smitha Jose
a year ago
Thank you so much!!
mam plz include why in news n background and both +ve n -ve conclusions.. thanks
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
will definitely try.
also mention how many words answere s be write like 250 500 words like this
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
sure will try

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  3. DISCUSS THE LIFE AND WORKS OF RAMANUJACHARYA. WHAT IS THE RELEVANCE OF HIS WORKS IN CURRENT TIMES. . Born in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, in 1017 A.D, dedicated His entire life for reformism and left no stone unturned in dispelling darkness from the minds and lives of people. His ultimate objective was to induce vedic way of life into the society, which met with glorious success. He was a saint who propagated universal brotherhood. He embraced the untouchables and treated them on par with the elites.

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  5. SOFT DIPLOMACY IN THE INDIAN OCEAN REGION WILL SERVE INDIA BETTER. COMMENT In India's evolving foreign policy imagination, the pursuit of power and influence seems to eclipse the country's traditions of normative behaviour and principled positions. e Post-normative India is also an aggressive India, and even the hollow invocations to Gandhian non-violence have become less than routine. Worryingly, the reliance on aggression as a foreign policy tool seems to have strong domestic political origins, premised on a mistaken belief that force can overcome resistance

  6. We would do ourselves good to remember that the pursuit of national interest is a complex affair, and norms, values and soft power should co-exist with the pursuit of hard power.

  7. ARTICLE 21 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION HAS BEEN INTERPRETED BY THE SUPREME COURT IN MANY WAYS. DISCUSS THESE INTERPRETATIONS IN THE WAKE OF FRESH VIOLATIONS. Article 21 secures two rights: 1) Right to life 2) Right to personal liberty The Article prohibits the deprivation of the above rights except according to a procedure established by law * Article 21 applies to natural persons. The right is available to every person, citizen or alien. Thus, even a foreigner can claim this right.

  8. e It has been applied to many different cases including the rape, emergency, application of Fundamental Rights in Army controlled areas etc

  9. CONTRARY TO THE POPULAR BELIEF THAT IS EVERY O REGION TO BELIEVE THAT THE BEST WILL DOMINATE THE 21ST CENTURY. CRITICALLY COMMENT ON THE STATEMENT Despite of the layoffs and economic meltdown in European Union Italy being the latest there are some reasons to believe that this might not be the halt of growth of the west e EU has been in problems but parts of Europe such as Kanda navy and countries all of North America and almost all of austral Asia have been growing If we take Norway for instance it has far fewer inhabitants then Bengaluru but has a sovereign Pension Fund of 1 trillion dollars

  10. The robust legal and administrative systems in the West the kind of social security as well as democracy is people enjoy the accountability insisted upon along with quick resolution of wrong makes life secure and predictable The west looks like a spent force there is reason to believe that it will arrive into 21st century