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Five Rafale jets take off from France to India

The 5 jets are part of the 36 Rafale multi-role fighter jets contracted from France in fly-away condition with 13 India Specific Enhancements. Details such as Meteor Beyond Visual Range air-to-air missile, SCALP long-range stand-off [Read More]

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Integrated Battle Groups in Indian Army

Relevance:  The Indian Army is planning to raise Integrated Battle Groups, which would help in carrying out swift strikes along the borders with Pakistan. IBGs are self-contained, agile, brigade sized fighting units. IBGs are meant [Read More]

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Reinvigorated Communal Voices in India
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Reinvigorated Communal Voices in India

Relevance:  Communalism as a notion emerged in India post-advent of British in India. Subsequent decades saw the notion deepening its roots in the Indian society which ultimately led to massacres during the partition. Post-independence, it [Read More]

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Declined Vulture Population in India
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Declined Vulture Population in India

Relevance:  Vulture population in India faced a decline of more than 90%. The population dropped from about 40 million in the 1980s to a few thouands in 2009. The major reason for the population decline [Read More]

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Can We Really Boycott Chinese Products?
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Can We Really Boycott Chinese Products?

Relevance:  Economic nationalism is one of the byproducts of the ongoing pandemic across the world. Almost all the world leaders have suddenly become vocal for their local produced goods. In India, while this was a [Read More]

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Locusts attack in India
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Locusts attack in India

Relevance:  Western India was recently attacked by swarms of locusts which have travelled all the way from Africa. The locust attack has affected about 90,000 hectares across 20 districts in Rajasthan. Favourable rain-bearing winds have [Read More]

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Women and Child trafficking in India
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Women and Child trafficking in India

Human trafficking is the ‘third most profitable trade’ in the world and has reached the scale it has only because of global negligence. Though there has been some action, a full-fledged effort to curtail it institutionally has never been realised. [Read More]

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