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6th July 2018 mains questions
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The lesson has some topics like holocaust, the evolution of governer office , integrated disease surveillance programme, mob lynching , gambling, foreign policy challenges etc 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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Ankita Podder
2 years ago
Porte thakun. Dhonobad.
mam plz first mention that from which page of the hindu , you are taking any article..
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
will try.
you providing excellent classes also make detailed analysis like 200 words 400 words ..answrs
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
Thank you so much.
Thank you so much
P L Bhargavi
a year ago
you are welcome. all the best for the exam

  2. ABOUT ME e Biotechnology graduate e 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

  3. GS1 DISCUSS THE REASONS AND IMPACTS OF HOLOCAUST. The word "Holocaust," from the Greek words "holos" (whole) and "kaustos" (burned), was historically used to describe a sacrificial offering burned on an altar. Since 1945, the word has taken on a new and horrible meaning: the mass murder of some 6 million European Jews (as well as members of some other persecuted groups, such as Gypsies and homosexuals) by the German Nazi regime during the Second World War. To the anti-Semific Nazi leader Adoli Hiler, Jows were an inferiorraco, an alifen threcat to German racial purity and community . After years of Nazi rule in Germany, during which Jews were consistently persecuted, Hitler's "final solution"-now known as the Holocaust-came to fruition under the cover of world war with mass killing centers constructed in the concentration camps of occupied Poland.

  4. The wounds of the Holocaust-known in Hebrew as Shoah, or catastrophe-were slow to heal. Survivors of the camps found it nearly impossible to return home, as in many cases they had lost their families and been denounced by their non-Jewish neighbors. . As a result, the late 1940s saw an unprecedented number of refugees, POWs and other displaced populations moving across Europe. In an effort to punish the villains of the Holocaust, the Allies held the Nuremberg Trials of 1945-46, which brought Nazi atrocities to horrifying light. Increasing pressure on the Allied powers to create a homeland for Jewish survivors of the Holocaust would lead to a mandate for the creation of Israel in 1948.

  5. e Over the decades that followed, ordinary Germans struggled with the Holocaust's bitter legacy, as survivors and the families of victims sought restitution of wealth and property confiscated during the Nazi years. Beginning in 1953, the German government made payments to individual Jews and to the Jewish people as a way of acknowledging the German people's responsibility for the crimes committed in their name.

  6. GS2 LAW COMMISSION HAS EXPRESSED THE VIEW THAT GAMBLING SHOULD BE ALLOWED BUT REGULATED. WHAT IMPACT WILL THIS HAVE ON SOCIETY? The Socio economic and cultural circumstances of the country are not pragmatic accept legalized gambling activities as it is still treated as a social stigma The policy of the government in general is to not allow betting and gambling throughout the country, except for very few categories like lotteries and horse races in few States The present condition in the country is not a right for legalising betting in sports,it is widely considered to be unethical

  7. DISCUSS THE FORMATION OF AND MANDATE OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AND ITS SUCCESS SO FAR IN ITS EFFORTS TO PREVENT HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATIONS IN THE COUNTRY. . National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of India is an autonomous public body constituted on 12 October 1993 It was given a statutory basis by the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 (TPHRA). The NHRC is the National Human Rights Commission of India,responsible for the protection and promotion of human rights, defined by the Act as "rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants"

  8. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has retained its 'A status of accreditation of Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions The accreditation is given to those human rights institutions, which after rigorous process of review every five years are found fully compliant with Paris principles

  9. O HOW HAS THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE EVOLVED IN INDIA SINCE PRE INDEPENDENT INDIA the Gol Act, 1935, stated that the executive authority of a province shall be exercised on behalf of His Majesty (George V) by the governor. This is a clear example of federal principle in the constitution wherein the provinces derive their power directly from the sovereign and not from the central government as its agent or delegate. e division of power under the Gol Act, 1935: "A Lieutenant Governor when appointed, is as much the representative of Her Majesty for all purposes of Provincial Government, as the Governor-General himself is for all purposes of Dominion Government"

  10. . Debates of the constituent assembly missed out on a)the need to include a provision mandating all ministers to disclose all or any of their interests, shares etc., in any enterprise, business, trade or industry; and b) reservation of tribal members in the cabinet