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Daily Current Events – 04 June 2016

2016-06-04T23:50:13+00:00

‘New Delhi Declaration’:- For the first time, under the impetus of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the French Space Agency (CNES), space agencies of more than 60 countries agreed to engage their satellites, to coordinate their methods and their data to monitor human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. […]

Daily Current Events – 04 June 20162016-06-04T23:50:13+00:00

Daily Current Events – 03 June 2016

2016-06-04T22:59:51+00:00

Asia’s first ‘Gyps Vulture Reintroduction Programme’ launched Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar recently launched ‘Gyps Vulture Reintroduction Programme’ by putting ten captive bred vultures in pre-release aviaries close to Jatayu Conservation Breeding Centre at Pinjore near here. […]

Daily Current Events – 03 June 20162016-06-04T22:59:51+00:00

Daily Debates – “Remove Poverty” – Is it reduced to just an election slogan ?

2016-06-04T00:59:56+00:00

“Remove Poverty” – Is it reduced to just an election slogan ? Background :- Analyze why we are unable to remove poverty although we gave the slogan almost 4 decades back.What are the impediments to remove poverty and suggest a way forward. Provide your answer/perspective in the comments section. […]

Daily Debates – “Remove Poverty” – Is it reduced to just an election slogan ?2016-06-04T00:59:56+00:00

Daily MCQS – 26 (40 Questions)

2016-06-04T00:12:10+00:00

Daily MCQS :- The MCQS are mostly informative in nature and checks your grasp on current events. Click here to take the test […]

Daily MCQS – 26 (40 Questions)2016-06-04T00:12:10+00:00

Daily Editorials- Asian waterbird census and Ramsar Wetlands- Complete Coverage

2016-06-04T00:55:29+00:00

A flock of painted stork, whose population has increased. A quarter century of ornithological observations of wetland birds of Kerala come with a mixed bag of joy and despair for birders. At a time when the wetlands of the State are facing multi-pronged threats, the population of a few bird species has been found soaring whereas some others have nose-dived in the population chart. Researchers focused their attention on the data generated from the four Ramsar sites of the State – Sasthamkotta Lake, Ashtamudi Lake, Vembanad Lake and Kole Wetlands – and also the other important wetland habitats to get [...]

Daily Editorials- Asian waterbird census and Ramsar Wetlands- Complete Coverage2016-06-04T00:55:29+00:00