NLAT 2020 Exam Analysis - Batch 1: Candidates seeking admission to NLSIU in BA LLB course 2020 appeared for NLAT Exam 2020 today. The exam is being conducted in three batches and the first batch timing were 12: 30 to 01:15 P.M. The NLAT exam was conducted in an online mode both at home and in centres. The overall level of the NLAT Exam was Moderate to Difficult.In the NLAT Batch 1 Exam, all the four passages asked in the Exam were majorly economics-based varying from India’s forex reserves to coronavirus credit burden. Students found the exam paper to be lengthy and few of them also faced technical difficulties. The following NLAT exam analysis covers all the fine details of the NLAT question paper such as type of questions, difficulty level, common topics and other details. NLAT Exam consisted of Comprehension Passage And Questions. NLAT Batch 1 Exam Analysis 2020: Major HighlightsNLAT Exam 2020 is being conducted for the first time. NLSIU ensures that the aspirants are well … [Read more...] about NLAT 2020 analysis: Exam level moderate to difficult
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Spin is expected to play a big role on the UAE pitches but KXIP don’t have any big names in that department following the departure of R Ashwin. Mujeeb Zadran is the sole established name but he played only five games last year taking three wickets an economy rate of 10.05. … [Read more...] about IPL 2020: Analysis – Will another revamp and Rahul-Kumble partnership work for KXIP?
The fourth lesson from Kargil was that Indian intelligence agencies must be empowered by the political leadership, unlike what had been done under the IK Gujral regime prior to the Kargil war. The defanging of India’s external intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing, under the Gujral Doctrine ensured that actionable intelligence was not available before the onset of war. However, RAW proved its mettle in June 1999 by intercepting a conversation between Musharraf in Beijing and his chief of staff General Mohammed Aziz to show the world that it was the Pakistan Army that had intruded in Kargil, not Kashmiri militants. The empowerment of RAW under PM Modi has ensured positive results in the form of the Surgical Strikes following the Uri attack, and the Balakot air strikes. … [Read more...] about The four lessons from the Kargil war for a new India | Analysis
The aggressive line projected by the party’s mouthpiece is totally at odds with what State Councillor Wang Yi’s stand at his meeting with Jaishankar where the Chinese side did not appear to acknowledge the role that the PLA had played to spike tensions. As one diplomat put it, it was as if the build-up and the friction in Ladakh was an act of God. … [Read more...] about How Jaishankar-Wang’s 5-point consensus works out depends on one man | Analysis
One problem, according to both Puglisi and Piluso, is that the Italian economy was among the European Union (EU)'s slowest growing even before the coronavirus first reported in China in late 2019. The Italian economy has long been saddled by high public debt, high taxes, weak employment levels, over-regulation, and a dramatic disparity between the economic health of the northern and southern parts of the country, and economists have been calling for economic reforms for years. … [Read more...] about News Analysis: Italian economy rebounding, but economists say real growth won’t come without coronavirus vaccine