Monthly Archives: September 2015

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 21 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Centre will resolve tax disputes soon, says Jaitley– Inviting more foreign investment in India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that India will give better returns on investments in comparison to other countries; also India looks to speed up pending tax disputes to boost investorsRead Full Article

Moderator 2015 Elections Over : Results Over Here

The Moderator Polls 2015 were very hotly contested this year with more than a total of 6000 votes polled. The Polling Started on Friday and closed at 1PM , Sunday, September 20, 2015 Here are the results for the same:- The Top 15 people receiving the maximum number of votes would be :- @hummingbird @sleeplessnights89Read Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 20 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Centre drops two contentious clauses on NGOs – Afraid of being labelled “Anti Civil Society” government has dropped two contentious provision from Foreign Contribution Regulation Rules (FCRR), 2015. NGOs receiving foreign contributions to declare their social media accounts like their Twitter handle and FacebookRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 19 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Evidence Act likely to be amended – The government is considering changes to the Evidence Act to make it easier to deal with cases of cyber crime, and to add provision for online submission of evidences. The Indian Evidence Act framed in 1872 hasRead Full Article

Moderator Elections 2015

Polling For Moderators will start at 12:15 PM , Friday , September 18, 2015 ( Today )   Total Votes Cast @12:11PM 6839  

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 18 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Ashoka stupa restored in China – A 2,000-year-old lost stupa, one of 19 built with Lord Buddha’s relics sent by Emperor Ashoka to China, has been restored with religious rites by an Indian monk in the remote Tibetan town Qinghai province. Geo-tagging to ensureRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 17 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Sri Lankan war crimes horrific: U.N. report– The report indicates the human right violation during Sri Lanka- LTTE war. The report looks into unlawful killings, gender violence and deprivation of liberty; it has made recommendation to Sri Lanka to look into human right violation.Read Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 16 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National Crowdsourcing to counter radical online posturing– In the recent wake of radcalisation of youth by Islamic State, police have suggested crowdsourcing a way to fight this menace. It talks about citizen using online protals and social media to report online radical activity. India reachesRead Full Article

Test Series – To Do Or Not To Do? Test Series – To Do Or Not To Do?

Benjamin Franklin once said – Never leave that until tomorrow, which you can do today. The man discovered electricity. We ought to pay more attention to what he said a few hundred years ago. The third week of September has begun and if you haven’t risen yet, this is well, a wake up call forRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 15 September 2015

Newspaper articles bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation The Hindu National U.N. adopts text-based negotiations on council reforms – The U.N. General Assembly on Monday adopted a negotiating text by consensus for the long- pending Security Council reforms, boosting India’s bid for a permanent seat in the revamped world body. India yet to achieve U.N.Read Full Article