Please go through the link, take your time  and try to answer these questions which can help in Mains :-

 

To be answered in 200 words

1)What is the ongoing geopolitical  conflict in South China Sea and what are it’s implication on India’s National Security.

2)What is the implication of China-Pakistan-Economic corridor on India’s National security. Do you think India should proactively participate rather then just being a mute spectator ?

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/columns/world-view-column-carving-out-a-path-on-chinas-road/article7814833.ece

3)”Striking down NJAC is  tyranny of the unelected over the elected”.Discuss

http://upsctree.com/2015/10/30/29-oct-2015/

4)As Kalam said ““For great men, religion is a way of making friends; small people make religion a fighting tool.” . What is your interpretation of secularism in Indian context ?

5)Do you think India is a tolerant/intolerant nation ? Elucidate  your view with examples.

6)What do you understand by Media Trial ? Should the media be restricted by appropriate law so as to not to interfere with the functioning of the cases that are in investigative phase or before court?

7)The Indian mega  cities are facing existential threats, and each of the metro has it’s own gamut of troubles.Elucidate by comparing Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.

8)Do you think minimum education should be an eligibility to contest elections ?If there is a right to contest election for each citizen , don’t you think the citizens also have right to better representative ?

9)Indo-Pak relationship has come  full circle . With so many similarities what are the dissimilarities that keep these countries apart.

10)Indian cinema managed to malign the police force of India.For decades over decades , it represented them as corrupt , inefficient and self-centered , this view over time became the popular perception of a whole generation. In this context , do you think cinema has merely became a mirror of society rather than a vehicle of change.

 

 

 

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