In the introduction mention the facts of the case and ethical dilemma which the anthropologist faces.
In the body evaluate the options – give merits and demerits in terms of ethical issues listed above. State the course of action with proper reasoning and how will it address or adjust the demerits which you have listed.
In the introduction discuss about the Shimla agreement.
In the body explain that the Agreement was the result of the resolve of both the countries to “put an end to the conflict and confrontation that have hitherto marred their relations”. It conceived the steps to be taken for further normalization of mutual relations and it also laid down the principles that should govern their future relations. Then move on to explain what the concerns around the agreement are. Discuss why the agreement brought disadvantageous peace for India.
Conclude that India’s failure to convert India’s victory in the 1971 war into a durable peace will continue to bear its consequences on India-Pakistan relations, one of them being India having to
confront a nuclear Pakistan.
In the introduction briefly explain what your role should be as the head of the government office.
In the body you can start by explaining the employees that a diseased person is to be empathized with and definitely not to be hated. To substantiate your arguments one can put forward few scientific researches in front of them to make them understand that they are not vulnerable to get infected.
Conclude with necessity and importance of ethics and work culture.
In the body, mention the importance of proper functioning of the Parliament for the functioning of democracy.
In the body, mention the various ways in which the functioning of Parliament has been showing declining trends- falling standard of debate, disruption of functioning, not adhering to the procedure by the presiding officer, passing of bills without referring to the committees etc. In the implications mention the issue of improper scrutiny, waste of resources, hasty legislation etc.
Conclude by mentioning the need for the proper functioning of the Parliament for a healthy democracy.
In the introduction start by briefing the case and introduce the issue and ethical angles involved.
In the body list down the facts in the case and the associated challenges like – honor killing, schoolmates being victim, family pressure, caste system etc. Discuss the possible steps that you would take.
Conclude with a fair and balanced solution to the given situation.
In the intro, mentions the economic disruption caused by the pandemic across the world.
In the body, discuss the opportunity India could utilise to increase its share in the global trade. But doing so would require several reform- like labour laws, regulatory hurdles, multiple compliances, dispute resolution, consistent policies etc.
Conclude by mentioning the need to fast track these reforms.
In the intro, mention the the importance of Russia for India as “all-weather friend”.
In the body, discuss the changing nature of global order in which Russia has been deepening its ties with China while India is drifting towards the U.S., also mention Russia’s relations with Pakistan. Next, discuss how despite these changes India-Russia ties have maintained the relevance.
Conclude by mentioning the maturity of relation between the two counties and accommodating each other’s compulsions.
In the introduction start with dew key facts related to Ashfaqullah Khan.
In the body comment on the aspects such as –
Ashfaqulla Khan (1900 – 1927) was a freedom fighter in the Indian independence movement. In 1920,Mahatma Gandhi had launched his Non-cooperation movement against the British rule in
India. But after the Chauri Chaura incident in 1922,Mahatma Gandhi decided to withdraw the call for this movement.
At that point, many young people including Ashfaqulla Khan became revolutionaries and turned to organisations like Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. Discuss his contributions to Kakori case.
Conclude with significance of such a heroic personality.
In the introduction briefly explain the case study.
In the body answer analyze various aspects of the problem of honour killing- social, emotional and attitudinal.
While explaining this problem, the second part of the question should be simultaneously dealt with. Finally, suggest some practical and relevant suggestions to overcome these problems. Supreme Court’s observations can also be cited here.
In the introduction briefly explain the case study.
In the body explain the ethical issues involved. The answer should reflect the understanding of reluctance in such issues and therefore must specifically address each point with a combination of short and long term solutions.
In the intro, mention India’s commitment and climate actions.
In the body, mention the various figures related to India’s emission and where it stands in comparison with the developed world. Next, mention the various actions like adoption of renewable, gradual giving up of hydrocarbons, investment in innovation etc. Next, mention the economic implications of giving up coal use for developing country like India.
Conclude by mentioning the leading role played by India in climate action.
In the intro, mention the problem in regulation of free speech.
In the body, elaborate on the issue of regulation of free speech in the context of the fundamental right of free speech. Next, mention the difficulties and problems of its regulation by the government. How regulation by the government could result in the misuse of the power by the State and suppression of dissent.
Conclude by mentioning the need for solution based on the values and self regulation.
In the introduction start by explaining the term invasive alien species.
In the body provide examples and present the scenario of harm posed by invasive alien species in India. Explain the various threats posed by them. Strengthen your answers by providing the proven case studies. Discuss the measures and need for a policy to control their explosive spread.
Conclude with significance of impeachment in a democratic country.