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Coal Crisis in India: Key Facts, Reasons, How to Overcome?

The coal crisis brings a sense of déjà vu as the storyline seems similar to what happens when there is a shortage of sugar or onions. The difference is that the shortage of farm products is normally due to crop failure while the reasons for coal shortage are more human-made.


India is on the verge of a power crisis as the stock of coal at country’s thermal power plants has hit at critically low levels. Many power plants are operating with zero reserve stock or with stocks that could last just a few days. Many States have resorted to load-shedding to save power.

Gati Shakti Master Plan: Will it Boost Economic Growth?

The Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi has launched the promised ‘PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan’ on October 13, 2021 for multi modal connectivity. On the occasion, the Prime Minister said, “It will help India realize its dream of becoming the business capital of the world.”


The Prime Minister had announced the plan on the occasion of 75th Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort on August 15, 2021 in the celebration year of ‘Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav.’


Central Vista Redevelopment: Beneficial for Future or Waste of Money

Central Vista Redevelopment is an ambitious project of the Government of India, led by the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. The project lies at the heart of Lutyens Delhi built by the Britishers in the 1930s. The BJP led NDA government at the Centre aims to redevelop a 3.2-km stretch called the Central Vista.


The Central Vista redevelopment project involves demolishing and rebuilding several government buildings, including iconic landmarks, and constructing a new Parliament at a total cost of Rs 20,000 crore.


Is India a Failing State? Opinions Vs Facts – GD Topic

In a hard hitting note for his magazine’s Cover Story “Covid 2.0: The Failed State”, (ISSUE DATE: May 17, 2021) India Today Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie wrote, “Prime Minister Modi and his party were re-elected in May 2019 because people still believed he was a man of action and would deliver good governance as he had repeatedly promised. It is cruelly ironic that today we have to witness our citizens gasping for breath and dying like flies because of an acute shortage: of hospital beds, drugs, oxygen cylinders, ambulances, hearses, even a place to cremate the dead.


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