The article discusses about the relationship between rights and duties as mentioned in Constitution. It says that It is only after a guarantee of the sum of all promised by the Constitution that citizens can be asked to do their duty.
The article highlights that the meagre shares of NOTA votes, and argues that NOTA in current form are pointers to it being a toothless option.
The article talks about the rise of China as global superpower and mentions that it could change the International system drastically. It draws a parallel between rise of China in the present times, to the rise of Imperial Germany in the late 19th century and rise of Soviet Union in the 20th century.
It then goes on to say that there are fundamental differences between the rivalries of the 19th and 20th centuries and those of today.
India and the U.S. have resolved to upgrade their bilateral relationship to a Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership that will include issues such as defence, security cooperation and revitalisation of the IndoPacific quadrilateral dialogue.
A tectonic shift in America’s relations with China under Donald Trump’s presidency is providing a new impetus to defence, security, trade and technological cooperation between New Delhi and Washington in the region.
The article talks about the State of India’ Bird Report 2020. It says that the Report has two distinctive feature 1) The information it builds upon comes from citizens 2) report’s data and analysis are in the public domain, inviting critique and further refinement.