International Relations(IR) batch starts on 24th oct.

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International Relations(IR) batch starts on 24th oct.
Comlete analysis of Geopolitics with recent one year current updates.
http://www.vvrias.com/GeneralStudies/International-Relations-GS-Paper-II

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UPSC/IAS International Relations(General Studies Paper-II) 2016-17:

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UPSC/IAS International Relations(General Studies Paper-II) 2016-17:
New Batch Stating on 23rd & 27th Aug.2016 by vvr-ias
http://www.vvrias.com/GeneralStudies/International-Relations-GS-Paper-II

Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude), GS Paper – IV BATCH – 2 at 7:15 AM by VVR-IAS Sessions start right after Prelims-2016

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Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude), GS Paper – IV BATCH – 2 at 7:15 AM by VVR-IAS
Sessions start right after Prelims-2016
16 August 2016 BATCH – 2 at 7:15 AM
http://www.vvrias.com/GeneralStudies/Ethics-GS-Paper-IV-Module

General Studies-GS Main Test-Series-2016: Starting on 21st Aug,2016 for UPSC/IAS/Civil Service Examination

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General Studies-GS Main Test-Series-2016: Starting on 21st Aug,2016
for UPSC/IAS/Civil Service Examination
http://www.vvrias.com/GeneralStudies/UPSC-IAS-GS-Main-Test-Series

Impact of climate Change and Sustainable Agriculture

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Impact of climate Change and Sustainable Agriculture -Latest Article BY VVRIAS.com
http://www.vvrias.com/Articles/Impact-climate-Change-Sustainable-Agriculture

INDIA SIGNS LEGALAGREEMENT WITH THE WORLD BANK FOR IBRD LOAN OF US$ 4OO MILLION FOR TAMILNADU SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT :

The Loan and Project Agreements for World Bank (IBRD) assistance of US$ 400 million for Tamil Nadu Sustainable Urban Development Project were signed between the Government of India/ Government of Tamil Nadu and World Bank here yesterday.

Objective of the project:

The objective of the project is to improve urban services in participating Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in a financially sustainable manner and to pilot improved urban management practices in selected cities. The total project size is US$ 600 million, out of which World Bank support is US$ 400 million.

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