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7th March – Blue Dot Mechanism

Blue Dot Mechanism During the recently concluded India visit of US President Donald J. Trump, a key issue that featured in the discussions between him

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Prelims Booster
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6th March – Prelims Booster

PRELIMS BOOSTER SC frees trade in cryptocurrencies, annuls RBI curb The Supreme Court has set aside an April 6, 2018, circular of the Reserve Bank

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Cryptocurrency
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6th March – Cryptocurrency

Figuring out risks posed by cryptocurrency On April 6, 2018, the RBI issued a prohibition on all dealings in cryptocurrency by regulated entities. Recently, the

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Prelims Booster
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5th March – Prelims Booster

PRELIMS BOOSTER Centre working on exclusive body for river-linking project The Central government is working on the establishment of an exclusive body to implement projects

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COVID-19
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5th March – COVID-19

A COVID-19 response that is quick off the blocks We are now facing the global spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus disease, with confirmed cases

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Prelims Booster
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4th March – Prelims Booster

PRELIMS BOOSTER 34 queries in Census 2020 form The Registrar-General of India has asked all States to “give highest importance, attention and time” to the

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Nuclear Power
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4th March – Nuclear Power

Nuclear Power Recently, Prime Minister Modi and President Trump encouraged the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited and Westinghouse Electric Company to finalise the techno-commercial

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Prelims Booster
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3rd March – Prelims Booster

Prelims Booster Centre to review list of monuments under ASI The number of monuments under the Centre’s protection could increase as the government is planning

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Independence of tribunals
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3rd March – Independence of Tribunals

Independence of Tribunals In November 2019, a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, in Rojer Mathew, declared the Tribunal, Appellate Tribunal and other Authorities (Qualification,

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