Indian Polity and Governance Yearbook 2019-20

Indian Polity and Governance Yearbook 2019-20

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Indian Polity and Governance Yearbook 2019-20

Indian Polity and Governance from NCERT books or otherwise is no longer required. The idea is to follow the current affairs news related to Indian Polity and Governance and understand the logic/concept behind those issues. This issue will definitely improve your basic and current knowledge of subject.

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We are presenting here the current events and news in the area of Indian Polity and Governance is very important for the General studies paper in the UPSC Preliminary and Main exam. In recent times questions are set on only those topics that have made news. Regular study of Indian Polity and Governance from NCERT books or otherwise is no longer required. The idea is to follow the current affairs news related to Indian Polity and Governance and understand the logic/concept behind those issues. This issue will definitely improve your basic and current knowledge of subject.

Indian Polity and Governance

 

POLITY        

  1. SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS

1.1        Section 377

1.2        Aadhaar

1.3        Promotions in SC/ST

1.4       SC/ST Reservation – Home State

1.5        Delhi CM vs LG

1.6       Delhi – UT vs Centre 9

1.7        Criminalisation of Politics

1.8       Puri Jagannath Temple

1.9       Rohingyas Deportation

1.10      Striking Down of Beggary Act

  1. LEGISLATIONS

2.1        Reservation for the ‘Poor Forward’

2.2       Restoration of SC/ST (PoA) Act Provisions

2.3       Amendments to RTE Act

2.4       Personal Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2018 – Leprosy

2.5       Assessing Defamation Law

2.6       Impact Assessments of Legislations

2.7       Unconstitutional laws in India

  1. THE UNION

3.1        Code of Conduct for Members of Legislature

3.2       Sale of Enemy Property

3.3       Usage of Private Member Bill

  1. THE STATES

4.1       Removal of J&K DGP

4.2       Dissolution of J&K Assembly

4.3       Second Chamber in States

4.4       Verdict on TN MLAs Disqualification

4.5       Jammu & Kashmir Resettlement Law

  1. JUDICIARY

5.1        Decision on Appointment of SC Judge

5.2       Post-retirement Appointment of Judges

5.3       Issues with Judges’ Recusal

5.4       Concerns with Collegium system

5.5       Misuse of Section 124

  1. ISSUES IN FEDERALISM

6.1       All India Judicial Service

6.2       Significance of Art 35A and Art 370

  1. ELECTIONS

7.1        Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2017 – Proxy Voting

7.2       Usage of Preferential voting system

7.3       Appointment of Election Commissioners

7.4       Finance Commission Formula for NE States

7.5       Re-election on Maximum NOTA Votes

7.6       Usage of VVPATs in Elections

  1. LAW COMMISSION

8.1       Law Commission on Legalizing Gambling

8.2       Law Commission on Personal Laws

  1. RIGHTS ISSUES

9.1       Women’s Entry into Sabarimala Temple

9.2       Clause 6 of the Assam Accord

9.3       Protests in Mizoram – Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and the Chakmas

  1. OTHER ISSUES

10.1      Maratha Reservation Demand

10.2     Doctors with Disabilities

10.3     Report on Death Penalty in India

10.4     Abolishing Capital Punishment in India

10.5     Shifting to Register-Based Census

10.6     Scrapping Educational Qualification

10.7     Issues with Teachers’ quota in Universities

10.8     NSA for Cattle Offences

 

GOVERNANCE

11.1       Threat to RTI

11.2      Reinstating CBI Director

11.3      CBI vs States – Withdrawal of general consent

11.4      CBI – Kolkata Police Stand-Off

11.5      Civil Service Lateral Entry

11.6      Reforming the Bureaucracy

11.7      Regulating Lobbying

11.8      Understanding Corporate Governance

11.9      Need for Anti-Surveillance Laws

11.10    Statutory Recognition of Trade Unions

11.11     Pitfalls in Navodya Vidyalaya Model

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