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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 -Social justice

The CPWD's Harmonised Guidelines and Space Standards for Barrier­Free Built Environment for Persons with Disabilities and Elderly People, which were announced in February 2016 under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, have been updated by the new guidelines (MoHUA). It is stated in the standards that "before, the guidelines were centered on building a barrier-free environment, but now we're focusing on universal accessibility," as opposed to "previously." In addition to making public buildings and transportation fully accessible for wheelchair users, other users who may encounter temporary issues have also been considered. Women wearing saris, for example, and parents pulling a child's pram while carrying groceries or other bags.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - Polity

The rules implementing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, were not published by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) until Sunday. The Act will not be able to be implemented until rules are in place. On December 11, 2019, the House of Commons approved the CAA. According to the Citizenship by Appointment Act (CAA), six illegal non-Muslim populations from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh who entered India on or before December 31, 2014, are granted citizenship based on religion.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 3 - Security

The ship's first sea trials, which took place in August 2021, were used to establish propulsion, navigation, and basic operations. The ship's second sea testing, which took place in October­November, included different machinery and flight trials. Vikrant is presently sailing to do intricate movements to gather data on how the ship performs in various conditions. The ship's many sensor suites would also be put to the test.




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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 3 - Security

These tests are part of an effort by aircraft manufacturers to demonstrate their aircraft's compatibility with the Indian Navy's aircraft carriers, which employ a ski-jump to launch aircraft that were originally meant to fly from carriers with a catapult launch mechanism. The Rafale­M does not have a twin-seater version, but its acquisition would bring it closer to the Indian Air Force, which is about to complete the induction of the 36 Rafale planes ordered in 2016.

The F/A­18, on the other hand, is a widely used platform featuring a twin-seater trainer and an electronic warfare version that the Navy would be interested in.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - International Relation

According to the statement, "The President stated that restructuring loan repayments as a solution to the economic situation, and developed in the face of the COVID­19 pandemic would be a significant relief to the country."



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