FE@CAMPUS MASTERMIND: QUESTION FOR JAN 21-27
- India’s surgical strikes along LoC show intent to act strongly against terrorists
- US NSA Susan Rice calls up Ajit Doval, says 'expect Pakistan to take action against terror'
- PM Modi holds Cabinet Committee on Security meeting; Rajnath, Jaitley, Doval present
- Narendra Modi's review meet on MFN status to Pak postponed to next week
- Day after sharing terror information with Pakistan, NIA revises details
The FE MASTERMIND QUESTION for JANUARY 21-27 is:
IS AUSTERITY DEAD IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL RECOVERY?
FE MASTERMIND: HOW TO GO ABOUT IT?
FE@CAMPUS MASTERMIND is a contest we shall run for the next 15 weeks with thought-provoking questions aimed to learn the views of our youth.
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- The emergence of Akhilesh Yadav as a popular leader is an indicator of the same-old in the SP
- Poverty caused by expenditure on health has doubled in India in the past 15 years
- India’s aggressive response to Nawaz Sharif’s lies at the UN was a clear indicator of the things to come
- Let’s not allow debate about what it means to be Indian to be held hostage to jingoists and bigots
- People, policymakers can be led by subtly influencing their choice architecture
- Edit - Defining moment