UPSC CSE Key – Jan 6, 2022: What To Read Today

COVER PAGE

Security breach leaves Prime Minister stranded in Punjab overflight; Try to harm him: BJP

Curriculum:

Preliminary examination: Current events of national and international importance.

Main exam: General Studies III: Various security forces and agencies and their mandate

Important points to think about:

• VIP security and protection levels such as X, Y, Y Plus, Z, Z Plus and SPG

• Special Protection Group (SPG), SPG’s Blue Book and Prime Minister for India’s Security

• Draft law on special protection group (amendment), the main highlights of 2019

• Different Forces Involved in VIP Security – Who Are They?

• Emergency safety plan followed by SPG for VIP safety

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 Explained: How is the Prime Minister’s security planned and what went wrong in Punjab?

📍 Explained: Who will get central government security and who will pay for it?

📍 Explained: What is SPG protection and who gets it?

EXPRESS NETWORK

Jaishankar talks to colleagues from Australia, 3 Asian nations

Curriculum:

Preliminary examination: Current events of national and international importance.

Main exam: General Studies II: Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements that affect India and / or affect India’s interests

Important points to think about:

• G20 or Twenty About group, purpose and member countries

• G20 Troika and India

• Procedure for assuming the G20 presidency – How will the decision be made?

• G20 relevance in today’s changing geopolitical dynamics

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 India and G20: How India can reshape the global economic and financial order

Action plan started as cheetah “ready to return,” says Yadav

Curriculum:

Preliminary examination: General topics on environmental ecology, biodiversity and climate change

Main exam: General Studies III: Conservation, Pollution and Destruction, Environmental Impact Assessment.

Important points to think about:

• Action Plan to Introduce Cheetahs to India – Key Highlights

• National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) – Role, Area, and Chair

• Wildlife Institute of India – Under which Ministry?

• Cheetah in India – background

• Know the difference between cheetahs and leopards and African cheetahs and Asian cheetahs

• Know the difference between extinct, in the wild, and critically endangered

• India’s Supreme Court for Animal Resettlement

• Animal translocation – problems and challenges

• Map Work World – South Africa, Namibia and Botswana

• Map work India-Kuno Palpur National Park (Madhya Pradesh)

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 Explains: Why India wants to bring the African cheetah to India

📍 Cheetah: The fastest cat in the world returns to India

📍 70 years after the big cat became extinct, India is preparing to welcome cheetahs from Africa

THE EDITORIAL SITE

Pull the mesh tight

Curriculum:

Main exam:

• General Studies I: Role of Women and Women’s Organizations

• General Studies IV: Ethics and Human Interface, Recruitment and Case Studies

Important points to think about:

• What is open source software?

• BullyBai controversy

• Article 15 of the Indian Constitution

• Women’s rights issues and social media

• Women’s Safety on Social Media – Cybercrime laws

• Goal 5 of the Sustainable Development Goals

• Social media and advancement of women

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 Unsocial media: inclusion, representation and safety for women on social networking platforms

THE IDEAS PAGE

The duty of the court

Curriculum:

Preliminary examination: Indian politics and government

Main exam: General Studies II: Indian Constitution, Important Aspects of Governance

Important points to think about:

• What is “hate speech”?

• International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966 and Article 21 of the Constitution

• Law Commission of India on “Hate Speech”

• Article 19 of the Constitution

• Laws that restrict freedom of expression

• Effects of hate speech on freedom of expression

• International legal system for hate speech

• Hate speech and democracy

• India’s Supreme Court on Hate Speech (Pravasi Bhalai Sangathan v Union of India, 2014)

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 hate speech

THE WORLD

Demographic crisis: birth rates in China’s 10 regions drop below 1%

Curriculum:

Preliminary examination:Economic and social development

Network test: General Studies I: Population and Related Issues

Important points to think about:

• What do you understand by the term “demographic crisis”?

• China and Three Children Policy

• Demographic crisis in China

• India’s Demographics – Problems and Challenges

Other important articles on the same topic:

📍 China’s population fate: the looming crisis

📍 India’s population: 1.37 billion and not counting

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