Contributions of moral thinkers from India and the world

Moral thinkers Rabindranath Tagore The centre of Tagore’s philosophy was man of god. Even his concept of God was influenced by the humanism inherent in his outlook. The supreme reality thus according to Tagore, essentially human and could be realised only through love of man. Love of God was thus translated into love of human. … Read more

Integrity

Integrity   Integrity means that the moral agent acts according to the inner convictions of a person. His conducts should be free from hypocrisy and deception. His actions should be in conformity with his stated values. But it is hard to follow high morals which one proclaims. The British historian GM Trevelyan has commented on … Read more

Ethics in international relations

Ethics in international relations What role do moral principles play in the conduct of foreign relations? First, morality helps define the goals and purposes of states and other actors. Moral norms do not provide policy directives, but they can offer a general vision and broad direction and provide the moral norms by which to illuminate … Read more

Code of conduct

Code of conduct Civil servants have special obligations because they are responsible for managing resources entrusted to them by the community, because they provide and deliver services to the community and because they take important decisions that aff ect all aspects of a community’s life. Th ecommunity has a right to expect that the civil … Read more

15.10.17 (KPSC) Karnataka Daily Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Casteism comes in the way of Matrupoorna scheme   Pregnant women in some villages are refusing to have freshly cooked meals provided to them under the Matrupoorna scheme because it is cooked by women belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.   Matrupoorna was an ambitious project launched recently by the state government … Read more

British Rule in Karnataka

British Rule in Karnataka   In 1831 CE the British surpassed the realm and named the magistrates, who were given the ability to control in the interest of the British domain. Among them “Sir Lord Cubbon” was the most imperative. They methodicallly changed the way the domain worked and acquired significant changes yet they proceeded … Read more

Federal Structure: Union-State relations.

The Indian constitution provides for a federal framework with powers (legislative ,executive and financial) divided between the center and the states. However, there is no division of judicial power as the constitution has established an integrated judicial system to enforce both the central laws as well as state law. The Indian federation is not the … Read more

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