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Important Keywords and Topics In Newspapers [30-4-20]

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  • MGNREGA
  • priority watch list -United States trade representative -annual special 301 report
  • intellectual property rights
  • religious and linguistic minorities in India
  • what are fundamental rights in relation to religion and minorities
  • What is cloud seeding has any one state in India had done cloud seeding
  • China ,Iran ,Pakistan ,Tajikistan ,Turkistan, Uzbekistan and India how many of these countries are sharing geographical boundary with Afghanistan
  • Bonn agreement
  • Taliban
  • what is the primary reason that India is kept away from meetings and dialogues about Afghanistan issue
  • what do you understand by soft power
  • Soft power in relation to Afghanistan Zaranj delaram highway , Afghanistan India friendship dam (Salma dam)
  • chabahar port
  • if time permits look at good Taliban bad Taliban and India’s stand on the same
  • Maturity of mind is defined as the capacity to endure uncertainty John Finley
  • International labour organisation
  • United nation security council
  • micro small and medium enterprises
  • H1N1
  • H5N1 swine flu
  • SARS
  • Non proliferation of nuclear weapons treaty
  • SAARC
  • What is globalised world
  • multilateralism
  • public sector undertakings
  • Brahmaputra river
  • mekong river
    • Cambodia
    • Laos
    • Thailand and Vietnam
  • what is sensex
  • Nifty
  • mutual funds
  • gross domestic product
  • external commercial borrowings
  • what do you understand by weak dollar and strong dollar is there something called as weak rupee strong rupee ?
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