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a) Developing countries want a Kyoto protocol style deal with no legally binding commitments for them b) Developed countries including US want developing also to take commitments o Since they began more than two decades ago, the U. climate talks have been bogged down by arguments between rich and poor countries over who should do what to fix global warming.

Also, in the past, OPEC has been quick to cut production whenever prices have fallen and that has ensured that prices don't fall any further.

But that doesn't seem to be happening this time around.

60 REMOVAL OF GOVERNORS 60 INDIA’S EBOLA READINESS 61 Steps Taken .............................................................................................................................................

63 RBI’s Charter on Consumer Rights 63 INDUSTRIAL DISASTERS 64 DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL 67 THE GROWTH DIVIDE 68 MASALA BONDS DEMYSTIFIED 69 NET NEUTRALITY 70 TRADE FACILITATION AGREEMENT 72 PEACE CLAUSE CONUNDRUM 74 SECTION 3(D) OF PATENTS ACT 75 SYSTEMICALLY IMPORTANT BANKS 77 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 2 Issues for IIM PI Process NEW POVERTY LINE 78 NSEL SCAM 79 PLUGGING OF LOOPHOLES IN DTAA 81 TALKS FOR INDIA‐EU FTA SUSPENDED 82 TELANGANA AND WATER DISPUTES 83 WARSAW CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS 83 INDIA AND CLIMATE TALKS IMPERATIVES 84 CHINA AND SEA AIR ZONE 86 IMPROVEMENT IN CAD 87 RUSH FOR GOLD 88 WHO GETS LPG SUBSIDIES? BUILDING UP FX RESERVES 91 ISSUES WITH LIABILITY RULES 92 INDIA’S TWIN ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES 93 INDIGENIZATION OF MILITARY HARDWARE 94 CHINA’S NEW ECONOMIC MODEL 95 INDIA‐IRAN TALKS 96 LEGISLATIVE PROCESS TO MAKE AN ACT 97 CRIMINALITY IN THE POLITICAL SYSTEM 98 FOREIGN DONATIONS TO POLITICAL PARTIES 99 “NO” TOTAL AUTONOMY FOR CBI 100 PATENT BATTLES 101 NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL (NGT) 102 OPINION POLLS 103 DECLINING SEX RATIO 104 TOWARDS ACHIEVING MDGs 106 RBI TO BE GUIDED BY ‘FIVE PILLARS’ 110 QUANTITATIVE EASING 110 INDIAN ECONOMY – IMPORTANT INDICATORS 114 NATIONAL MANUFACTURING POLICY 116 FTAs AND INDIA 117 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 3 Issues for IIM PI Process KELKAR COMMITTEE ON FISCAL CONSOLIDATION 118 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 120 TRADE IN VALUE ADDED 121 INDIA‐EU FTA ISSUES 122 POVERTY IN INDIA 123 PITFALLS OF BPL TARGETING 124 POVERTY LINE MEASUREMENT 125 POVERTY AS A CHALLENGE 127 FINANCIAL INCLUSION 128 FAST TRACK COURTS – AN OVERVIEW 130 IMPACT OF ECONOMIC CRISIS ON INDIA 132 INCREASING VULNERABILITY TO EXTERNAL SHOCKS 132 INDIA’S BALANCE OF PAYMENTS: SITUATION AND SOLUTIONS 133 NEED TO ADDRESS TWIN DEFICITS 134 NEED FOR AN INDEPENDENT MEDIA REGULATOR 135 ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY 136 JUDICIAL ACTIVISM 137 INCREASING IMPORTANCE OF BRICS 139 EXPANSION OF UNSC 141 REASONS FOR FAILURE IN TACKLING NAXALISM 141 NAXALISM‐ NEED FOR HOLISTIC APPROACH 143 NUCLEAR ENERGY – PROS AND CONS 144 CRITICAL POLICY CHALLENGES BEFORE INDIA 145 STEPS FOR TRANSFORMING THE ELEPHANT INTO A TIGER 149 REAPING THE DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND 153 GROWING JOBS CHALLENGE 154 G‐20 AND INDIA 155 VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 159 SECTION 66A OF THE IT ACT 161 LOBBYING 162 CREATION OF NEW STATES 162 LEGISLATURE VERSUS JUDICIARY 163 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 4 Issues for IIM PI Process DIRECT TAXES CODE (DTC) 164 GAAR / GENERAL‐ANTI‐AVOIDANCE RULES 166 INDIA’S SOVEREIGN DEBT: SUSTAINABILITY ATTRIBUTES 167 CAN ASIA STEP UP TO 21ST CENTURY LEADERSHIP?

Still, quitting coal will require a massive investment in natural gas and renewable energy.

© Essaysfor 2014‐15 A significant proportion of promised reductions hinge on cutting carbon pollution from coal‐fired plants.90 NEW DBTL SCHEME ................................................................................................................................ 167 EUROZONE CRISIS 169 PAK‐ INDIA MFN ISSUE: IMPLICATIONS 171 IMPACT OF RUPEE DEPRECIATION 172 REPOS: CONCEPT, MECHANICS AND USES 172 FACTORS DRIVING FOOD INFLATION 174 RAISE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY 175 INFLATION IMPACT ON ECONOMY 175 FACTORS THAT WILL SHAPE INFLATION TRAJECTORY 176 TEN CHALLENGES FOR INDIA FOR A SUSTAINED GROWTH PATH 177 DEREGULATION OF SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS INTEREST RATE 179 BUFFETT TAX 180 ELECTORAL REFORMS 180 PROBLEMS WITH THE AVIATION SECTOR 181 PIIGS – DEMYSTIFYING THE CRISIS 182 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 184 TOTALIZATION AGREEMENTS 185 BASE RATE 187 RIGHT TO PRIVACY 187 LAND ACQUISITION – EMINENT DOMAIN 189 LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT BILL 190 PAID NEWS 192 MICROCREDIT 193 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT 196 CIVIL NUCLEAR COOPERATION 197 NEW INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ORDER 199 MEASURES TO CONTROL RAPES 201 FERTILISER REFORMS 202 REFORMING OUR AGRICULTURE SECTOR 203 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 5 Issues for IIM PI Process WHY BASE RATE REPLACED BPLR REGIME 204 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX 204 NEED FOR COORDINATION OF REGULATORS 207 DEMAND FOR SMALLER STATES AFTER TELANGANA 209 BLUE REVOLUTION – FULFILLING ENERGY NEEDS 211 GDRS/ADRS REFORMS 212 FISCAL CONSOLIDATION – A PRIMER 213 THIRTEENTH FINANCE COMMISSION 214 CAPITAL CONTROLS BASICS 215 UID SYSTEM 216 POLICY SUGGESTIONS FOR SERVICES SECTOR 217 COMMODITY FUTURES MARKETS 218 INITIATIVES TO CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION 218 HIV/AIDS – SOCIAL PROBLEM 219 ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION 221 COMMUNALISM 223 YOUTH UNREST 225 CORRUPTION 226 MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT 228 PROBLEM OF SUICIDES 231 SUBSTANCE ABUSE 231 POLITICAL RESERVATIONS FOR WOMEN 233 INDIA’S HIGHLY POLLUTED RIVERS 235 NATIONAL GANGA RIVER BASIN AUTHORITY (NGRBA) 236 NOISE POLLUTION 237 DISINVESTMENT: STRATEGIES & ISSUES 238 INCLUSIVE GROWTH 242 CHALLENGES TO ENABLE INCLUSIVE GROWTH 244 MARKET ECONOMY STATUS 246 BENCHMARK RBI RATES – A PRIMER 246 WORLD TRADE 248 ANTI‐COUNTERFEITING TRADE AGREEMENT (ACTA) 249 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 6 Issues for IIM PI Process WTO BASICS ‐ PRIMER 250 WTO ‐ INDIA’S STAND ON VARIOUS ISSUES 256 INDIA'S DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND 258 MULTILATERALISM VS BILATERALISM 259 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT 260 FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTMENT 261 CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT PROBLEM 262 INDIA’S TRADE DATA 263 REORGANISATION OF UP 266 HUNGAMA REPORT 266 INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS 267 ENERGY SECURITY IN INDIA 268 REGIONAL PARTIES 271 COLD START DOCTRINE 275 FREEDOM OF SPEECH 275 JUVENILE CRIME 276 HOW INDIA HAS CHANGED 277 QUOTATIONS ON INDIA 279 OVERALL QUOTATIONS OR INCIDENTS WHICH CAN BE USED IN THE ESSAY 281 © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 7 Issues for IIM PI Process US‐CHINA ENVIRONMENT DEAL China Goals announced US As emissions rise it sets a target for emissions to peak in 2030 or earlier. 2 with about 15% The two countries are often adversaries at U. climate talks, and their unprecedented joint announcement sends an important signal that a deal is possible next year.First time China has set any deadline for stopping emissions Would increase the share of clean energy sources like wind and solar power to 20 percent by 2030, about double what it is today. emissions peaked in 2007, but about half the reductions since have been due to the recession. Last month, the European Union said that its 2030 emissions would be 40 percent lower than in 1990.Developing countries say the rich have already pumped out so much pollution for so long that they should take the lead. c) Low chances of US congress ratifying any binding treaty d) Developing countries want the rich nations to make firm commitments to live up to their pledges for eg: the pledge to provide 0 billion a year by 2020 to poor countries What impact will the US‐China deal have on global warming?The graph of China’s commitments is very unclear with only 1 sanctity i.e. No clarity on the y‐axis (emissions) as to how high that peak will be. OPEC (a 12‐member cartel of hydrocarbon rich countries)‐ Supply US especially its Shale gas producers ‐ Supply Developing countries – Demand Developed countries ‐ Demand How much have prices fallen © Essaysfor 2014‐15 Page 9 2 Issues for IIM PI Process From roughly 4 per barrel in June, prices began to hover around in the second half of the year.Move away would need transformation in whole economy as heavy industries such as steel, cement and chemicals heavily depend on coal.

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