Kuki-Chin refugees pushed back

Kuki-Chin refugees pushed back #GS-01 Indian Society, #GS-02 International Relations For Prelims Kuki-Chin Refugees: The Kuki-Chins are an ethnic minority group originating from Bangladesh. They have fled the armed conflict between Bangladesh Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and the separatist group Kuki-Chin National Army (KNA). Kuki-Chin […]

Decennial census

Decennial census #GS-01 Indian Society, #GS-02 Governance For Prelims History of Census Census is the process of collecting, compiling, analyzing, evaluating, publishing and disseminating statistical data about the population. The first known census was taken by the Babylonian Empire in 3800 BCE and counted the […]

Domestic Violence in India

Still a nightmare for domestic violence survivors #GS-01 Indian Society, #GS-02 Social Justice For Prelims International Day for Elimination of All Forms of Violence against Women: Women’s rights activists have observed 25 November as a day against gender-based violence since 1981. The International Day for […]

KASHI TAMIL SANGAMAM

KASHI TAMIL SANGAMAM #GS-01 Indian Society For Prelims: About KASHI TAMIL SANGAMAM Bharatiya Bhasha Samiti (BBS) has come up with a proposal to rediscover, reaffirm and celebrate the age-old links between the Tamil culture and Kashi that has existed since centuries. A month long “Kashi […]

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Context: There were 2,926 companies in 2020-21 with zero spend on CSR while companies spending less than the prescribed limit of 2% rose from 3,078 in 2015-16 to 3,290 in 2020-21. There was also a decline in the number of companies […]

The Debate Over Census

The Debate Over Census Background: In 1872, India undertook its first census, which was carried out asynchronously in various regions of the nation. From 1881 until 2011, India consistently conducted decadal censuses despite epidemics, global wars, Partition, and other unrest. It is now becoming increasingly […]

Patriarchal Hegemony in the Legal System

Patriarchal Hegemony in the Legal System Context: This issue has raised after a sessions court in Kerala, while granting anticipatory bail recently to an author and social activist in the State in a case of alleged sexual harassment, observed that the offence under Section 354A […]

Not Centres of Learning Yet

Not Centres of Learning Yet For Mains: About Anganwadi system The Anganwadi system is a part of the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) which serves over 30 million children in the age group of 3-6 in 1.3 million centres across the country. The ICDS scheme is […]