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 Page 1


18-03-2020
1
A A L Y S A L I N S
18- M A R C H - 20 20
S. 
No
News Articles
Page Number* 
C T B D H
1
A revival of multilateralism, steered by India (Editorial)
12 12 10 10
2
Battle-ready Tejas takes to skies
10 10 8 8
3
Abortions till 24 weeks for special categories
15 15 13 13
4
FPI sales at a record high as virus spooks markets
17 17 15 15
5
‘Retrieval of Katchatheevu the only solution to fishermen issue’
9 - - -
6
Evolutionary divide between African, Asian cheetah: study
- - - 2
7
Practice cum Revision – MCQs
8
Mains Practice Question
The Hindu News Analysis – 18
th
March 2020
Page 2


18-03-2020
1
A A L Y S A L I N S
18- M A R C H - 20 20
S. 
No
News Articles
Page Number* 
C T B D H
1
A revival of multilateralism, steered by India (Editorial)
12 12 10 10
2
Battle-ready Tejas takes to skies
10 10 8 8
3
Abortions till 24 weeks for special categories
15 15 13 13
4
FPI sales at a record high as virus spooks markets
17 17 15 15
5
‘Retrieval of Katchatheevu the only solution to fishermen issue’
9 - - -
6
Evolutionary divide between African, Asian cheetah: study
- - - 2
7
Practice cum Revision – MCQs
8
Mains Practice Question
The Hindu News Analysis – 18
th
March 2020
18-03-2020
2
Can revive multilateralism; assume a 
leadership role  inspiration from India.s 
foreign policy
India has a long tradition of international 
activism and India has promoted 
rule-based multilateralism 
International Approaches in tackling
COVID-19
Neutral policy on the basis of friendship
Eg: Iran.-.Saudi.Arabia
USA.-.Russia
Multilateralism
Nationalism
1..PM.s Remarks on India.s Foreign Policy
Opportunities for India
COVID-19  A Classic cross-national and 
cross-domain challenge
Demands multilateral approaches; but 
a rising trend of nationalism is seen
Long Term impacts
Page 3


18-03-2020
1
A A L Y S A L I N S
18- M A R C H - 20 20
S. 
No
News Articles
Page Number* 
C T B D H
1
A revival of multilateralism, steered by India (Editorial)
12 12 10 10
2
Battle-ready Tejas takes to skies
10 10 8 8
3
Abortions till 24 weeks for special categories
15 15 13 13
4
FPI sales at a record high as virus spooks markets
17 17 15 15
5
‘Retrieval of Katchatheevu the only solution to fishermen issue’
9 - - -
6
Evolutionary divide between African, Asian cheetah: study
- - - 2
7
Practice cum Revision – MCQs
8
Mains Practice Question
The Hindu News Analysis – 18
th
March 2020
18-03-2020
2
Can revive multilateralism; assume a 
leadership role  inspiration from India.s 
foreign policy
India has a long tradition of international 
activism and India has promoted 
rule-based multilateralism 
International Approaches in tackling
COVID-19
Neutral policy on the basis of friendship
Eg: Iran.-.Saudi.Arabia
USA.-.Russia
Multilateralism
Nationalism
1..PM.s Remarks on India.s Foreign Policy
Opportunities for India
COVID-19  A Classic cross-national and 
cross-domain challenge
Demands multilateral approaches; but 
a rising trend of nationalism is seen
Long Term impacts
18-03-2020
3
Author.s Suggestions on COVlD-19
Differs from the earlier policy of 
non-alignment  equal distance from every 
country
Author: Essence of India.s present foreign 
policy is same like the earlier policy; PM 
should acknowledge the previous policies 
and build upon them
2..PM.s Remarks on COVlD-19
World has to face COVlD-19 challenge together
Need to Collaborate to Create
Author: In line with India.s traditional 
foreign policy
India should collaborate with UN to 
promote international co-operation in 
order to tackle COVlD-19
Should set aside the.differences.(CAA)
A reformed and strengthened UN 
should be on India.s agenda to 
promote international co-operation
COVlD-19 presents India with an 
opportunity to revive and promote 
multilateralism
Practice Question – Mains 
GS - II
Q. The COVID-19 pandemic presents India with
an opportunity to revive multilateralism,
become a strong and credible champion of
internationalism and assume leadership role
in the world. Discuss. (150 words, 10 marks)
Page 4


18-03-2020
1
A A L Y S A L I N S
18- M A R C H - 20 20
S. 
No
News Articles
Page Number* 
C T B D H
1
A revival of multilateralism, steered by India (Editorial)
12 12 10 10
2
Battle-ready Tejas takes to skies
10 10 8 8
3
Abortions till 24 weeks for special categories
15 15 13 13
4
FPI sales at a record high as virus spooks markets
17 17 15 15
5
‘Retrieval of Katchatheevu the only solution to fishermen issue’
9 - - -
6
Evolutionary divide between African, Asian cheetah: study
- - - 2
7
Practice cum Revision – MCQs
8
Mains Practice Question
The Hindu News Analysis – 18
th
March 2020
18-03-2020
2
Can revive multilateralism; assume a 
leadership role  inspiration from India.s 
foreign policy
India has a long tradition of international 
activism and India has promoted 
rule-based multilateralism 
International Approaches in tackling
COVID-19
Neutral policy on the basis of friendship
Eg: Iran.-.Saudi.Arabia
USA.-.Russia
Multilateralism
Nationalism
1..PM.s Remarks on India.s Foreign Policy
Opportunities for India
COVID-19  A Classic cross-national and 
cross-domain challenge
Demands multilateral approaches; but 
a rising trend of nationalism is seen
Long Term impacts
18-03-2020
3
Author.s Suggestions on COVlD-19
Differs from the earlier policy of 
non-alignment  equal distance from every 
country
Author: Essence of India.s present foreign 
policy is same like the earlier policy; PM 
should acknowledge the previous policies 
and build upon them
2..PM.s Remarks on COVlD-19
World has to face COVlD-19 challenge together
Need to Collaborate to Create
Author: In line with India.s traditional 
foreign policy
India should collaborate with UN to 
promote international co-operation in 
order to tackle COVlD-19
Should set aside the.differences.(CAA)
A reformed and strengthened UN 
should be on India.s agenda to 
promote international co-operation
COVlD-19 presents India with an 
opportunity to revive and promote 
multilateralism
Practice Question – Mains 
GS - II
Q. The COVID-19 pandemic presents India with
an opportunity to revive multilateralism,
become a strong and credible champion of
internationalism and assume leadership role
in the world. Discuss. (150 words, 10 marks)
18-03-2020
4
Practice Question – Prelims 
Q. With reference to ‘Tejas SP-21’ aircraft,
consider the following statements.
1. It is the smallest and lightest
subsonic aircraft in its class.
2. It is an indigenous aircraft.
Which of the statements given above
is/are correct?
(a) 1 only
(b) 2 only
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2
First Light Combat Aircraft TEJAS of FOC 
version under LCA Programme 
A 4.5 generation single seat single engine 
multirole fighter aircraft
smallest and lightest supersonic (Mach 1.8) 
aircraft in its class
Previous variants : TDI, TD2, …, MKI, MKll
An indigenous aircraft by state-owned 
Hindustan Aeronautical Limited (HAL) and 
Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) 
Tejas SP-21
To meet needs of Indian Air Force and 
Navy
Key Features : air-to-air refuelling 
probe, Beyond Visual Range(BVR) missile 
system, Fuel system enhancement, etc.
Tejas SP-21
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18-03-2020
1
A A L Y S A L I N S
18- M A R C H - 20 20
S. 
No
News Articles
Page Number* 
C T B D H
1
A revival of multilateralism, steered by India (Editorial)
12 12 10 10
2
Battle-ready Tejas takes to skies
10 10 8 8
3
Abortions till 24 weeks for special categories
15 15 13 13
4
FPI sales at a record high as virus spooks markets
17 17 15 15
5
‘Retrieval of Katchatheevu the only solution to fishermen issue’
9 - - -
6
Evolutionary divide between African, Asian cheetah: study
- - - 2
7
Practice cum Revision – MCQs
8
Mains Practice Question
The Hindu News Analysis – 18
th
March 2020
18-03-2020
2
Can revive multilateralism; assume a 
leadership role  inspiration from India.s 
foreign policy
India has a long tradition of international 
activism and India has promoted 
rule-based multilateralism 
International Approaches in tackling
COVID-19
Neutral policy on the basis of friendship
Eg: Iran.-.Saudi.Arabia
USA.-.Russia
Multilateralism
Nationalism
1..PM.s Remarks on India.s Foreign Policy
Opportunities for India
COVID-19  A Classic cross-national and 
cross-domain challenge
Demands multilateral approaches; but 
a rising trend of nationalism is seen
Long Term impacts
18-03-2020
3
Author.s Suggestions on COVlD-19
Differs from the earlier policy of 
non-alignment  equal distance from every 
country
Author: Essence of India.s present foreign 
policy is same like the earlier policy; PM 
should acknowledge the previous policies 
and build upon them
2..PM.s Remarks on COVlD-19
World has to face COVlD-19 challenge together
Need to Collaborate to Create
Author: In line with India.s traditional 
foreign policy
India should collaborate with UN to 
promote international co-operation in 
order to tackle COVlD-19
Should set aside the.differences.(CAA)
A reformed and strengthened UN 
should be on India.s agenda to 
promote international co-operation
COVlD-19 presents India with an 
opportunity to revive and promote 
multilateralism
Practice Question – Mains 
GS - II
Q. The COVID-19 pandemic presents India with
an opportunity to revive multilateralism,
become a strong and credible champion of
internationalism and assume leadership role
in the world. Discuss. (150 words, 10 marks)
18-03-2020
4
Practice Question – Prelims 
Q. With reference to ‘Tejas SP-21’ aircraft,
consider the following statements.
1. It is the smallest and lightest
subsonic aircraft in its class.
2. It is an indigenous aircraft.
Which of the statements given above
is/are correct?
(a) 1 only
(b) 2 only
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2
First Light Combat Aircraft TEJAS of FOC 
version under LCA Programme 
A 4.5 generation single seat single engine 
multirole fighter aircraft
smallest and lightest supersonic (Mach 1.8) 
aircraft in its class
Previous variants : TDI, TD2, …, MKI, MKll
An indigenous aircraft by state-owned 
Hindustan Aeronautical Limited (HAL) and 
Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) 
Tejas SP-21
To meet needs of Indian Air Force and 
Navy
Key Features : air-to-air refuelling 
probe, Beyond Visual Range(BVR) missile 
system, Fuel system enhancement, etc.
Tejas SP-21
18-03-2020
5
Practice Question – Prelims 
Q. With reference to ‘Tejas SP-21’ aircraft,
consider the following statements.
1. It is the smallest and lightest
subsonic aircraft in its class.
2. It is an indigenous aircraft.
Which of the statements given above
is/are correct?
(a) 1 only
(b) 2 only
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2
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