Constitution-Comparing Indian Constitution with Other Countries [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 1 - 3 of 3

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Question 1

Comparing Indian Constitution with Other Countries
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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Discuss the contentious issues that have caused the prolonged constitutional logjam in Nepal.

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  • Nepal is democratic country and immediate neighbor of India in the northern region. Nepal declares itself a democratic republic in 2008 but there was a constitutional logjam. The term of Nepal՚s constituent assembly ended in 2012 without the constitution is being writing and the new government struck political and constitutional deadlock. It was so…

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Question 2

Comparing Indian Constitution with Other Countries
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Appeared in Year: 2013

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The proposed withdrawal of International Security assistance Force (ISAF) from Afghanistan in 2014 is fraught with major security implications for the countries of the region. Examine in light of the fact that India is faced with a plethora of Challenges and needs to safeguard its own strategic interests.

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  • The coming withdrawal of the ISAF from Afghanistan is fraught with dangerous security implications for India and managing it will be one of the biggest foreign policy challenges in the coming years. The withdrawal of ISAF is taking place in a situation wherein the Afghan-Taliban has not been completely defeated. This means that the final settlement…

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Question 3

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Write a note on Section 4 of the RTI Act.

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Recently, Central Information Commission (CIC) has undertaken a transparency audit to ascertain the quality of suo-motu disclosures under Section 4 of the RTI Act made by various public authorities.

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  • India recently ranked 6th in the global RTI ranking.
  • The Right to Information Rating is a program founded by Access Info Europe (AIE) and the…

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