We have received few questions regarding Daily current events, hence we thought , instead of responding to each via mail , we have compiled all the questions and answer to them here :-
Q-Do we cover PIB ?
A- Yes, it is indispensable.Apart from PIB we cover many other sites and newspaper too. It takes nearly 4 hrs to filter out and publish everyday(Some days more) . Filtering and Analysis takes more time .
Q- Why static section in some posts ?
A- When the news is too little for the day or if we come across any particular issue that might be important, we publish it as under Static section of the news post .
Q- Why news that are making headlines such as – Intolerance, Cow debate , etc are not published , while other sites are publishing the same.
A- We consider them political fights, nothing to do with our syllabus. Moreover political fights should be left to the politicians. It is not useful in any case for our preparation.If any substantial debate which may be necessary from syllabus point of view , even though it is political, will be published.
Q- Why no Editorials ?
A- Our Editorial is named as Reflections , As yet we have published 2 editorials , namely on AFSPA and Surrogacy. You may send mail to us if you come across any issue of importance that needs publishing, feel free to write to us.
Q-Will you provide the compilation of Monthly news ?
A- Yes, We are planning for that . Those who have subscribed to our mailing list will get it .
Q- Should I need to read the news on my own ?
A- Depends on you. But we cover everything , rest assured of that(We provide analysis too, which the newspaper usually lacks) .On a lighter note, If you want to get entertained , you may tune into prime-time news show though- those are great stress-busters 🙂
After all the hard work we put in , we only need 2 things from you . First – Promote the site (only if you believe in it) , Second – Be engaging with us, it helps us outdo ourselves each time.
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The darknet is often associated with illegal activities such as drug trafficking, weapon sales, and hacking services, although not all sites on the darknet are illegal.
Examples of darknet markets include Silk Road, AlphaBay, and Dream Market, which were all shut down by law enforcement agencies in recent years.
These marketplaces operate similarly to e-commerce websites, with vendors selling various illegal goods and services, such as drugs, counterfeit documents, and hacking tools, and buyers paying with cryptocurrency for their purchases.
Anonymity: Darknet allows users to communicate and transact with each other anonymously. Users can maintain their privacy and avoid being tracked by law enforcement agencies or other entities.
Access to Information: The darknet provides access to information and resources that may be otherwise unavailable or censored on the regular internet. This can include political or sensitive information that is not allowed to be disseminated through other channels.
Freedom of Speech: The darknet can be a platform for free speech, as users are able to express their opinions and ideas without fear of censorship or retribution.
Secure Communication: Darknet sites are encrypted, which means that communication between users is secure and cannot be intercepted by third parties.
Illegal Activities: Many darknet sites are associated with illegal activities, such as drug trafficking, weapon sales, and hacking services. Such activities can attract criminals and expose users to serious legal risks.
Scams: The darknet is a hotbed for scams, with many fake vendors and websites that aim to steal users’ personal information and cryptocurrency. The lack of regulation and oversight on the darknet means that users must be cautious when conducting transactions.
Security Risks: The use of the darknet can expose users to malware and other security risks, as many sites are not properly secured or monitored. Users may also be vulnerable to hacking or phishing attacks.
Stigma: The association of the darknet with illegal activities has created a stigma that may deter some users from using it for legitimate purposes.