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  1. 30th June 2018 Hindu based mains questions


  2. Biotechnology graduate Worked as assistant proffessor Cleared ssc for women flying officer but could not join on medical grounds Upsc aspirant, written mains 2017 Learning enthusiast, interested in sanskrit and indian culture Have a YouTube channel on Sanskrit rhymes for kids . You can follow me on http://unacademy/user/bhargavivardhan ABOUT ME


  3. In the Past three decades leissezfaire expansion of Higher Education has been pursued purely for commercial Motives Critically analyse the statement. The motives behind higher education 1. Research 2. Innovation 3. Business 4. Development


  4. Yes or no to the statement The partial truth as nature of the statement In many cases it might be true that the motive behind higher education was nothing but commercial But we cannot generalize that it is always true Increase in number of papers published in journals Some Institutions are performing very good on research front


  5. Financial integrity is essential for economic and social development. How is the integrity of International Financial System maintained Countries' financial systems must be transparent, must be inclusive and must function with integrity to ensure economic development and to promote good governance Transnational organized criminal activity, corruption, the illegal trade in natural resources and the laundering of the proceeds of crime generate illicit flows that undermine good governance, financial sector stability, and economic development.


  6. The Financial Integrity business line provides client countries with tools for increasing transparency and for going after the "dirty money" as a way to reinforce the strength, safety and integrity of the financial system. Our Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) initiatives, along with our asset-disclosure tools, offer innovative avenues for fighting crime and addressing such development issues as corruption, financial inclusion, the ease of doing business, stolen asset recovery, and illicit financial flows. World Bank


  7. The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an inter- governmental body established in 1989 by the Ministers of its Member jurisdictions. Financial action task force The objectives of the FATF are to set standards and promote effective implementation of legal, regulatory and operational measures for combating money laundering, terrorist financing and other related threats to the integrity of the international financial system The FATF is therefore a "policy-making body" which works to generate the necessary political will to bring about national legislative and regulatory reforms in these areas.


  8. Write a note on India Iran relations. What have been the recent developments in the same.? India-Iran relations span millennia marked bry meaningful interactions. The two countries shared a border till 1947 and share several common features in their language, culture and traditions. India and Iran established diplomatic links on March 15, 1950


  9. The trend was enhanced at the turn of the millennium Atal Bihari Vajpayee to Tehran in April 2001 wherein the two countries signed the "Tehran Declaration" which set forth the areas of possible cooperation between the two countries


  10. .Crude oil imports and very few other commercial activities, dtaa also signed Cultural relations, the parsi connection A very small Indian diaspora India and Iran on establishment of an expert group on trade remedy measures. Relations