Security and Disaster Management-Security Challenges and Their Management in Border Areas [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management)]: Questions 1 - 4 of 5

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Question 1

Security Challenges and Their Management in Border Areas
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In 2012, the longitudinal marking for high-risk areas for piracy was moved from 65 degrees east to 78 degrees East in Arabian Sea by the International Maritime organisation. What impact does this have on India Maritime security concerns?

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The Modification in the Area

The modification in the area considered high risk for piracy from 65 degrees east to 78 degrees East in the Arabian Sea by international Maritime organisation (IMO) has led to complications for India.

  • The change to 78 degrees east has high risk areas very close to India՚s water.
  • It will impacts on the fishing zones of Indi…

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Question 2

Security Challenges and Their Management in Border Areas
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Appeared in Year: 2015

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The persisting drives of the government for development of large industries in backward areas have resulted in isolating the tribal population and the farmers who face multiple displacements. With Malkangiri and Naxalbari foci, discuss the corrective strategies needed to win the left wing extremism (LWE) doctrine affected citizens back into the mainstream of social and economic growth.

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The Naxalbari movement in Bengal was started as a protest against the growing menace of landlords over landless peasants.

  • The Malkangiri movement was when people of Odisha revolted against the state for selling of their religious land to investors for development.
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  • The corrective strategies needed to win the le…

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Question 3

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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The Government must accord highest priority to implement defence reforms so as to ensure that the country՚s armed forces are well prepared to meet future threads and challenges. Discuss.

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  • India is facing multi-faceted security challenges in the Indian subcontinent. the present security architecture adopted by the government is not gear to face this multifaceted challenges because so far the reforms carried out by the government in the Defence forces these reforms have remained mainly AD-Hoc further the government has so far been una…

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Question 4

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How does illegal trans-border migration pose a threat to India՚s security? Discuss the strategies to curb this, bringing out the factors, which give importance to such migration.

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Indian borders in the Eastern neighbours are highly leading to illegal trans-border migration. It affects the Indian security.

  • Drug trafficking will increased in those regions, drugs find the way to the region from Myanmar through Mizoram and Manipur.
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  • It will leads to demography changes in the North East regions of India it will cre…

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