UPSC 2017: WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS (Jul 23 – JUL 29)

UPSC 2017: WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS (Jul 23 – JUL 29)

7 Minutes Read: Revision of Current Affairs made easy!

This section is the one place where IAS Aspirants can find the whole week’s news analysis for UPSC Current Affairs Preparation. This initiative is to make candidates current affairs revision easy and help them to remember important issues or events covered in a week.

Here, candidates can find the important news covered from 23 July to 29 July 2017 and categorized into GS Papers I, II, III, and IV of UPSC Mains Syllabus.

 

UPSC 2017 CURRENT AFFAIRS WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS JULY 23 - 29

 

 

GS PAPER II
SOCIAL ISSUES
  1. The boycott ban: on Maharashtra’s law against social boycott

POLITY
  1. Mentally retarded adult not a child: SC
  2. Ordinances should be last resort: Pranab 
  3. Bengaluru Declaration calls for SC/ST quota in judiciary 
  4. CAG flags delay in work on corvettes
  5. SC gives BCCI some flexibility to implement Lodha reforms
  6. To widen SC scholarship net, govt for raising income criteria
  7. Govt mulls LPG-like subsidy transfer for PDS foodgrain
  8. Reporting sexual harassment at workplace now a mouse click away on ‘SHe-Box’
  9. NITI Aayog: An institution to fix implementation issues
  10. Vande Mataram must be sung in all educational institutions once a week: Madras High Court
  11. Admiralty Bill gets Rajya Sabha nod
  12. Meet on island development
  13. What’s brewing in Darjeeling
  14. Law panel nod for DNA bank to fight crime
  15. Supreme Court nixes Assam law to bypass mantri cap
  16. Panel for action against farmers using herbicides on GM mustard
  17. No arrest in dowry cases till charges are verified, says Supreme Court
  18. Privacy is a fundamental right with qualifications, Centre tells apex court
  19. Don’t slap unreasonable maintenance burden on husbands, Madras HC tells family courts
  20. SC rejects abortion plea of 10-year-old
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  1. Mediate in Al-Aqsa row: Palestine to India
  2. India rejects OIC move on vigilantism
  3. The crossroads at the Doklam plateau
  4. Donald Trump administration urges NSG members to support India’s application
  5. Pakistan Supreme Court removes Sharif from office
  6. Most private hospitals evade tax: CAG
  7. ‘Regulators shouldn’t restrain innovation’
HEALTH ISSUES
  1. Policy boosts care for blood disorders
  2. A grievous lag
  3. Address this blockage