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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - International Relation

China is building a bridge connecting the north and south sides of the Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh (lake). According to one of the sources, the new bridge spans 500 metres between the nearest places on both banks, which will reduce travel time between the two regions from about 12 hours to three or four hours. The bridge is around 25 kilometres ahead of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), reducing the whole distance by 140 to 150 kilometres.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 3 - Technology

According to ISRO, Mr. Sivan has a handful of missions to complete this year. The Earth Observation Satellites EOS4 and EOS6 were launched on the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), and the EOS02 was launched on the Small Satellite Launch Vehicles maiden flight (SSLV). We also have Chandrayaan­03, Aditya Ll, XpoSat, and IRNSS, which are technological demonstration missions with indigenously produced advanced technologies, as well as Chandrayaan­03, Aditya Ll, XpoSat, and IRNSS.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 3 - Security

On Monday, police killed two militants in Srinagar, and the BSF shot and killed an intruder near the International Border (IB) at Arnia in Jammu. Muhammad Saleem Parray, the "commander" of the Lashkar­e­Taiba (LeT), was imprisoned in Srinagar's beautiful Mughal garden, Shalimar. His assassination is a massive win for the cops. According to the article, "He was involved in around a dozen murders in 2016,"




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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - International Relation

The remark was made following the most recent assessment of the Treaty on the Non­Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), which was first signed in 1970. "The expansion of such weapons must be halted," stated China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, all signatories of the UN Security Council. "A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be waged." Meanwhile, China's ascent has fueled fears that tensions with the United States would lead to conflict, particularly over Taiwan. Beijing believes Taiwan to be part of its territory and has threatened to take it by force in the future if necessary.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - Economics

According to Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal, India's merchandise exports in December reached $37.29 billion, the highest monthly figure ever. Mr. Goyal added that merchandise exports increased by 48.9% to $299.74 billion in April - ­Dcember 2021, up from $201.37 billion the previous year.



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UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - Economics

According to the RBI, "Such payments can be made face to face (proximity mode) via any channel or instrument, such as cards, wallets, and mobile devices," Per transaction, there is a limit of Rs. 200.



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