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1. India must invest robustly in the world’s largest social programme on early childhood services. 2. Centre and states need to incentivise farmers to reduce rice cultivation to tackle pollution. 3. ART Bill plugs longstanding regulatory deficit. Ways must be found to make it more inclusive.
1. Elephants are victims of train collisions and electric fences in rising man-animal conflicts 2. The National Family Benefit Scheme is in urgent need of a new lease of life 3. Recast this apples-and-oranges ranking method; The NIRF’s ranking of State-run and centrally-funded higher education institutions on a common scale is problematic
1. Births and rights: Laws on reproductive rights must recognize differences in orientation, relationship choices 2. New geography of welfare 3. A white touch to a refreshed green revolution; The Amul model, of a socio-economic enterprise, has immense potential to aid India’s crop-growing farmers
1. Point of disorder: Disruption of proceedings , suspension of MPs undermine parliamentary democracy equally 2. The long awaited investment cycle in here
1. The E-vehicle Potential of India 2. Small grant but a big opportunity for local bodies; The earmarked health allocation recommended by the 15th Finance Commission can fulfil a mandate on primary care
1. Scale up supplies: Vaccines must be made widely available across the world if the pandemic is to end 2. Bilateral trade between India and Pakistan should be first step to normalising links 3. What MSP demand would cost the government?
1. Slashing multiple GST slabs is essential, as is resisting frequent tinkering with rates 2. Given how little the country spends on health and education as a share of GDP, the improvements seem remarkable
1)The findings from 5th National Family Health Survey(NFHS) suggests various improvements in India. 2)The Current Crypto Currency boom:
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