Right to Information (RTI) is act of the Parliament of India to provide for setting out the practical regime of the right to information for citizens and replaces the erstwhile Freedom of information Act, 2002. Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen of India may request information from a “public authority” (a body of Government or “instrumentality of State”) which is required to reply expeditiously or within thirty days. The Act also requires every public authority to computerise their records for wide dissemination and to proactively certain categories of information so that the citizens need minimum recourse to request for information formally.
You may have heard about the net neutrality on TV or read it about in newspaper. You may have also searched on internet for it. Net neutrality is currently in news because a high level government committee has recently submitted its report on net neutrality. The topic is also important because a descriptive question of 300 words is recently asked in the UPSC assistant commandant exam. To know what the committee has recommended and the importance of this report , we need to understand the net neutrality and how it affects our use of internet.
India has a population of over 12 crore. Among them, on an average every third person in a city is a youth. Large number of population and less opportunities has created an environment of competition in India. The growing population is also increasing the level of competition for youths. The impacts of growing level of competition are both positive and negative on youths.
With the growing level of competition, there is a large fraction of youth who have adjusted themselves. They have shown some positive impacts of competition.
Encouraging youths to work hard:
Success not comes easily in the environment of competition. Youths need to work hard.
Temperature, precipitation, sunshine, cloudiness, pressure, wind velocity, wind direction and humidity are important elements of weather. These elements are variable in both at temporal and spatial scale. The scale of temporal variation varies from very few hours to thousands of years. The inter-annual variations in the climatic phenomena are in most parts of the earth surfaces and experienced almost every year. No two years have the same recording of the elements of weather at a place. However a successive group of years may have similarity in the climatic conditions which may be termed as cool or warm periods and wet or dry periods. Such period of time which is larger than one year but upto 30 years is termed as climatic fluctuation. The deviation from the normal course of climatic conditions exceeding the periods of 30 years is termed as climatic change.