In the rapidly evolving landscape of public policy in India, the integration of data analytics has become instrumental.
A progressive incentive program called the Fame India Scheme promotes the use of hybrid and electric automobiles. ‘Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in India’ is the full name of the Fame India program.
Nearly 9 months away from the upcoming general election, a bill has been introduced in the parliament by the ruling National Democratic Alliance, targeting the sanctity of the incumbent Delhi government.
With two deaths occurring every three minutes, India continues to top the globe in TB prevalence. Tuberculosis, or TB, is an infectious bacterial disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis that mostly affects the lungs. It spreads from person to person via droplets from the throat and lungs of people with active respiratory illness.
Shifting Powers: Analyzing the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2023
In the realm of Indian politics, the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2023, has emerged as a central point of debate and discussion. Its significance in shaping the governance of the National Capital Territory cannot be overstated, and its impact is expected to extend far beyond Delhi's borders. With its passage in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, the time has come to examine the contents of this bill and assess its practical impact.
Patriarchal societies have often instigated women to remain confined to their families. Under the legal and customary subjection of their husbands or other male family members, it was also prevalent in the pre-independent period. On the contrary, women enjoyed more rights and freedom in the Vedic period compared to medieval and British times. During pre-Gandhian times gender inequality and gender violence were all pervasive. Women were regarded as the root cause of all evil and responsible for the downfall of men.
The brittle gas shield known as the ozone layer, shields the Earth from the sun's destructive ultraviolet rays, preserving life on the planet. In addition to protecting the ozone layer for current and future generations, the phaseout of controlled uses of ozone depleting substances and the resulting reductions have made a significant contribution to global efforts to combat climate change. By preventing harmful ultraviolet radiation from reaching Earth, these actions have also protected human health and ecosystems. Scientists first noticed a huge hole in the layer in 1985. Two years later, the Montreal Protocol was ratified by 46 nations, who pledged to gradually phase out the dangerous substances.