[Table] Comparison between various Posts/Bodies (constitutional & non-constitutional) – Revise FasterPREMIUM 

Reading Time: 2 mins Indian Polity is one of the most scoring but difficult subjects. It means it is easy to score high marks in this subject if you have your facts right. But it is difficult to score if you have confused the facts and you will come back from the exam hall with regret even though you’ve prepared the subject well but failed to do comparisons…

India & Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19): Impacts, Measures & Challenges

Reading Time: 16 mins The deadly new strain of coronavirus, COVID-19, has taken the lives of over thousands of people across the world. India is also currently facing a rapid spread of the infection, leading to the government putting the whole country under 21-day lockdown. This seems to do little to no impact as many people are either unwilling or cannot abide by the lockdown rules. Increasing the number of tests and rapid strengthening of the country’s healthcare system is a need of the hour.

Mineral Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2020 – Features, Significance & Issues

Reading Time: 7 mins Recently, the Parliament had passed the Mineral Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2020 to make changes in the Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 and the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015. This is a significant step towards boosting the economy that is currently facing the brunt of the global recession and the pandemic. Though this Bill may improve India’s balance sheets by reducing the coal imports, it simultaneously causes a significant impact on the environment by opening the mining sector to the private players. The government must ensure that there is a strict regulation so that the people and the environment do not feel the negative impact of this move.

Cryptocurrency and it’s regulation in India – Recent SC VerdictPREMIUM 

Reading Time: 9 mins The Supreme Court, on March 2020, had struck down RBI’s controversial circular that prohibited any central bank regulated entities from providing banking services to anyone dealing with virtual or cryptocurrencies. This ruling allows banks to handle cryptocurrency transactions. Though this may threaten the country’s financial system, it does provide an opportunity for the government and the central bank to form regulatory frameworks and laws that, while allowing the use of cryptocurrencies, can ensure preventive measures that can counter private cryptocurrencies.