41H JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS PRESENTED BY BHARGAVI VARDHAN
GS1 HOW HAVE BHAKTI SAINTS TRANSCENDED MANY OF THE DIVISIONS THAT EXISTED IN INDIA. DISCUSS THEIR RELEVANCE TODAY. e Kabir was the most important saint in this issue e close connections between Marathi abhangs, Gujarati padas, Hindi pads, and Telugu padams, e Tulsidas wrote the Ramcharitmanas, he chose the "Muslim" premakhyan form to do so.
O WRITE A NOTE ON ECOLOGICALLY SENSITIVE REGIONS OF INDIA Map these regions 1. The north eastern india 2. The western ghats 3. Typically the areas of high growth and development biogeographic regions The factors contributing to ecological sensitivity 1. The anthropogenic impacts 2. Climate change 3. Naturdl impacts
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GS2 WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF ASIA PACIFIC TRADE AGREEMENT ON INDIA'S TRADE e 4th round of negotiations of Asia Pacific trade agreement The Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA), previously known as the Bangkok Agreement and renamed 2 November 2005, was signed in 1975. It is the oldest preferential trade agreement between countries in the Asia- Pacific region. Seven Participating States- Bangladesh, China, India, Lao PDR, Mongolia,Republic of Korea, and Sri Lanka are the parties to the APTA
India has agreed to provide tariff concessions on 3,142 products to Asia Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA) members, from July 1, 2018 e Under the 4th Round, the Standing Committee of Participating States has finalised framework agreements in the areas of (i) trade facilitation, (ii) trade in services and (iii) promotion and liberalisation of investments. Offers of further tariff liberalisation in goods have also been exchanged. The Standing Committee is also considering a framework agreement on non-tariff measures and a revision of the APTA rules of origin
e contribute to intra-regional trade expansion and provides for economic integration through coverage of merchandise goods, services, investment and trade.
GS3 THE GLOBAL EFFORTS ON ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE OR MORE SYMBOLIC THEN SUBSTANTIVE CRITICALLY ANALYSE THE STATEMENT e The Global efforts, unfccc, cbd, etc e Most of them are not legally binding O The Kyoto protocol and other binding treaties like Stockholm convention, etc are less effective and the bare minimum types Difficult to negotiate. The Common but differentiated responsibilities . Efforts from stakeholders
ADDICTION HAS TAKEN A TOLL ON THE MORAL VALUES OF MANY INDIAN CITIZENS. DISCUSS. Yet evidence from cross-cultural, ethnic, and social-class research, laboratory study of addictive behavior, and natural history and field investigations of addiction indicate the importance of value orientations in the development and expression of addictive behaviors, including drug and alcohol addiction, smoking, and compulsive eating. Furthermore, the rejection of moral considerations in addiction deprives us of our most powerful weapons against addiction and contributes to our current addiction binge. . The disease myth of addiction in particular attacks the assumption of essential moral responsibility for people's drug use and related behavior, an assumption that we instead ought to be encouraging.
IMPACTS ON ETHICAL FABRIC OF THE COUNTRY e Impact on health and does human resource Increased rate of crime e Lack of Social responsibility REASONS Various modern Addictives and social exclusion e Lack of empathy among the parents and teachers
P L Bhargavi
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