EDEN IAS

2022

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY PUTS FORTH DRAFT COFFEE (PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT) BILL, 2022 | 28TH JULY | BUSINESS STANDARD

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ECONOMY) WHY IN NEWS? The Centre plans to repeal the existing 80-year old Forth Draft Coffee Act and has proposed a new “Coffee (Promotion and Development Bill), 2022” to promote development of the Indian coffee Through a new law, the government aims to modernize the functioning of the Coffee Board of India that is …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | INDIA’S ROLE IN UN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS OVER THE YEARS | 28TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS II (INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, two BSF personnel who were part of the UN Peacekeeping Missions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), They were kill in an eastern town near the border with Uganda. UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING Since 1948, UN Peacekeepers have undertaken 71 Field Missions. There are …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | INDIA’S ROLE IN UN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS OVER THE YEARS | 28TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS PMLA, SAYS PRESUMING INNOCENCE CAN BE REVERSED BY LAW | 28TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS II (GOVERNANCE) WHY IN NEWS? The Supreme Court upholds the core amendments made to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act PMLA and retains the powers of the Enforcement Directorate (ED). It gives the government and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) virtually unbridle powers of summons, arrest, and raids, and makes bail nearly impossible …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS PMLA, SAYS PRESUMING INNOCENCE CAN BE REVERSED BY LAW | 28TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | UN NEW GUIDELINES PROVIDE FIRST GLOBAL POLICY FRAMEWORK ON PROTECTING CHILDREN ON THE MOVE IN FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE | 28TH JULY | UNICEF

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS II (GOVERNANCE) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Georgetown University, and the United Nations University have launched new guidelines to provide the first-ever global policy framework that will help protect, include, and empower children on the move in the context of climate change. …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | UN NEW GUIDELINES PROVIDE FIRST GLOBAL POLICY FRAMEWORK ON PROTECTING CHILDREN ON THE MOVE IN FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE | 28TH JULY | UNICEF Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | INDIA’S RAMSAR SITES RISE TO 54 AS 5 WETLANDS GET ‘INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE’ TAG | 28TH JULY | HINDUSTAN TIMES

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, Union environment ministry has announce that India has designate five new Ramsar sites as ‘wetlands of international importance’. After this the number of Ramsar sites has been increase to 54 from 49 in the country. SITES THAT HAVE BEEN DESIGNATE AS RAMSAR SITES: 1)Tamil …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | INDIA’S RAMSAR SITES RISE TO 54 AS 5 WETLANDS GET ‘INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE’ TAG | 28TH JULY | HINDUSTAN TIMES Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT ON E-COMMERCE | 27TH JULY | PRS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (ECONOMY) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce report on ‘Promotion and Regulation of E-Commerce in India’ recommended clear definition on e-commerce models and ensure that marketplaces don’t indulge in inventory-based models. Inventory model- an e-commerce activity where the inventory of goods and services is owns by an …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | PROTESTS OVER HIV MEDICINE SHORTAGE | 27TH AUGUST | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (HEALTH ISSUES) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, people living with HIV have been protesting outside because of shortage of some medicine since March this year. REASONS FOR THE PROTESTS: There has been a shortage of some medicines since March this year, owing to tenders by the Centre failing. Several states have been …

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UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | THIRD COUNTRIES IN CPEC: INDIA SLAMS CHINA PAK | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS II (BILATERAL RELATIONS) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, India slams China and Pakistan for their efforts to encourage third countries to join projects relating to the China Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC). CHINA–PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR (CPEC): China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a collection of infrastructure projects that are under construction throughout Pakistan since 2013. …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | THIRD COUNTRIES IN CPEC: INDIA SLAMS CHINA PAK | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | SUCCESS IN CURBING SMUGGLING ALONG BORDER AFTER EXTENDING BSF JURISDICTION: GOVT IN LS | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS III (INTERNAL SECURITY) WHY IN NEWS? The government told the Lok Sabha that extension of territorial jurisdiction of BSF last year has led to success in curbing smuggling of drugs and other contraband items on Punjab border. MORE DETAILS: THE MHA had extended BSF’s jurisdiction from15 km to 50 km inside the …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | SUCCESS IN CURBING SMUGGLING ALONG BORDER AFTER EXTENDING BSF JURISDICTION: GOVT IN LS | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS Read More »

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | ASK FINANCE PANEL, IF POSSIBLE, TO CHECK FREEBIES: SC TO GOVT | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS

SYLLABUS SECTION: GS II (POLITY AND GOVERNANCE) WHY IN NEWS? Recently, Supreme Court has asked the center to consult the Finance Panel Commission, Whether it is possible to check freebies by regulating allocation of revenue to states. The apex court was hearing a plea that sought to direct the Election Commission of India to not …

UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS | ASK FINANCE PANEL, IF POSSIBLE, TO CHECK FREEBIES: SC TO GOVT | 27TH JULY | INDIAN EXPRESS Read More »

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