First Round Of Talks On India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor

Syllabus: GS2/International Relations


India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC)


Ports Which are Part of IMEC


Opportunities for India

Hurdle before IMEC

Way Forward

Source: AIR

First Indian Space Tourist and India’s Space Tourism Potential 

Syllabus :GS 3/Space

In News


About Space tourism

Potential of Space Tourism in India


Steps of India 

Conclusion and Way Forward 

Source: IE

6 million Trees Disappeared from Farmlands

Syllabus: GS3/Environment



Benefits of Agroforestry

Reasons for loss in Agroforest trees

Agroforestry in India

Way Ahead

Source: TH

Personality Rights

Syllabus: GS2/Polity and Governance


What are Personality Rights?

Reasons for providing these Rights

Are Personality Rights different from Publicity Rights?

Legality of Personality Rights

Criteria for Granting Injunction

In the Titan case, the HC in its order listed out the “basic elements comprising the liability for infringement of the right of publicity.”

Previous Cases on Personality Rights

Source: TH

26th meeting of the SBSTTA of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Syllabus: GS3/Environment and Conservation



The Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF)

1. GBF was adopted by the COP15 to the Convention on Biological Diversity in 2022.
2. Its tentative title had been the “Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework”.
3. It has been promoted as a “Paris Agreement for Nature”.
4. The GBF contains 4 global goals and 23 targets. 
5. “Target 3” is especially referred to as the “30X30” target.

COP15 Outcomes: ’30X30′ target

1. Under it, delegates committed to protecting 30% of land and 30% of coastal and marine areas by 2030, fulfilling the deal’s highest-profile goal, known as 30-by-30.
2. The deal also aspires to restore 30% of degraded lands and waters throughout the decade, up from an earlier aim of 20%.
3. Also, the world will strive to prevent destroying intact landscapes and areas with a lot of species, bringing those losses “close to zero by 2030”.

Issues Discussed at the Meeting 

Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Source: DTE

News in Short


Syllabus: GS3/Science and Technology



Source: TH

Venus Water Mystery

Syllabus: GS3/Science and Technology




Source: TH

Materiovigilance Programme of India (MvPI) Platform

Syllabus :GS 2/Health

In News

Materiovigilance Programme of India (MvPI) platform

Do you know ?
– Currently in India medical devices including In-vitro diagnostic medical devices have come under the regulation under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and Medical Devices Rules, 2017. 
– A license/approval is required for the import/manufacture for marketing of the devices in the country. 

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