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Best group discussion topics on current affairs 2023:

  1. Voice of the Global South summit
  2. BharOS
  3. Caller Name Presentation (CNAP)
  4. India’s G20 presidency 2023
  5. India-Bangladesh relations
  6. ChatGPT
  7. Cyber Warfare
  8. Inclusive Growth
  9. 4-day work week – Pros & Challenges
  10. Nuclear fusion energy
  11. COP 27
  12. The Future of Twitter
  13. Space tourism
  14. Lifestyle for Environment – LiFE
  15. China’s economic slowdown
  16. India as the world’s 5th largest economy
  17. Moonlighting
  18. US – China relations
  19. 5G in India
  20. India’s income inequality
  21. China’s economic slowdown – Impact on India
  22. India @ 75
  23. India – Maldives relations
  24. I2U2
  25. James Webb Telescope
  26. India’s Defence exports
  27. India – UK relations
  28. Inflation
  29. India – Sri Lanka relations
  30. Who is to blame for drug usage among youngsters?
  31. Stagflation
  32. Global energy crisis
  33. War crimes
  34. Sri Lanka’s economic crisis – Impact on India
  35. Internationalization of the Rupee
  36. ABG shipyard scam – India’s biggest bank fraud
  37. Atmanirbhar bharat in the Defence sector
  38. Global warming – Causes, Effects & Solutions
  39. SWIFT
  40. Impact of 5G on Global economy
  41. Can India become a global semiconductor hub?
  42. Russia-Ukraine crisis – Impact on India
  43. NATO
  44. Should NEET be banned?
  45. Russia-Ukraine war
  46. Defence Budget 2022-23
  47. Union Budget 2022-23
  48. Covid third wave in India
  49. Should COVID-19 vaccination be made mandatory?
  50. Linking Aadhaar card with Voter ID – Pros & Cons
  51. Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT)
  52. Raising the age of marriage for women from 18 to 21 years – Pros & Cons
  53. Summit for Democracy
  54. Parker Solar Probe
  55. Omicron
  56. Role of EV to achieve net zero target by 2070
  57. Should people invest in cryptocurrency?
  58. Belarus-EU migrant crisis
  59. Global Refugee crisis
  60. Community kitchens – Pros & Challenges
  61. Solar energy – pros & challenges
  62. One sun, one world, one grid
  63. Metaverse
  64. Gati Shakti National Master Plan
  65. The Great Resignation
  66. E-voting: Pros & challenges
  67. AUKUS vs Quad
  68. AUKUS
  69. Evergrande crisis
  70. What if Bitcoin crashes to zero?
  71. COVID-19
  72. BRICS vs Quad
  73. Sri Lanka’s economic crisis
  74. How to improve the standard of sports in India
  75. Caste census – Pros & Cons
  76. National Monetization Pipeline
  77. India-Afghanistan relations
  78. e-RUPI – Pros & Loopholes
  79. Taliban rule in Afghanistan – Impact on India
  80. Net Zero
  81. Biomedical waste crisis
  82. Post-Covid world
  83. Impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy
  84. India’s COVID-19 vaccination program
  85. Development Finance Institution
  86. How can we prevent the next pandemic?
  87. The Future of Artificial Intelligence
  88. Impact of COVID-19 on the education sector
  89. The Future of work
  90. Quad
  91. The rise of the Gig economy
  92. Is the United Nations still relevant?
  93. National Recruitment Agency – Pros & Challenges
  94. National Education Policy 2020
  95. Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan
  96. Open book exams – Pros, Cons & Challenges
  97. National Health ID – Pros, Cons & Challenges
  98. How to revive Indian economy?
  99. E-learning – Pros & Challenges
  100. Private trains in India – Benefits & Challenges
  101. Ban on Chinese Apps in India
  102. Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
  103. Impact of Coronavirus/COVID-19 on Environment
  104. Impact of COVID-19 on Global economy
  105. Can India become a $5 trillion economy by 2024?
  106. Crisis in the Automobile Industry
  107. Syrian crisis
  108. Data Localisation – Benefits & Challenges
  109. Can illiterates be given driving licenses?
  110. Electric vehicles in India
  111. Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
  112. Changing relation between India and Bangladesh
  113. ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy
  114. BIMSTEC
  115. Does “NOTA” option in elections really make sense?
  116. Mechanisms adopted to combat terrorism
  117. BRICS
  118. Why Indian PSUs are in losses?
  119. Mission Shakti – India’s Anti-satellite missile test
  120. Jet Airways Crisis
  121. NYAY – Can it eliminate poverty?
  122. India-China relations
  123. India’s fight against Terrorism | Pulwama Terror attacks
  124. Brexit – Impact on India?
  125. Universal Basic Income – Pros & Cons
  126. G20 – GD Topic
  127. Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill – GD Topic
  128. Gene-edited babies project – Pros & Cons
  129. Blockchain Technology – Pros & Cons
  130. Statue of unity – GD Topic
  131. Ayushman Bharat – Will it achieve Universal Health coverage in India?
  132. #MeToo – GD Topic
  133. Decriminalization of Homosexuality – Road ahead for LGBTQ community of India
  134. Social Media – Impact on human behavior and society
  135. One year of GST
  136. Relevance of WTO in today’s global scenario
  137. Plastic Pollution
  138. Facebook – Cambridge Analytica data scandal
  139. EU’s GDPR – Impact on India
  140. Flipkart-Walmart deal – Impact on India
  141. US withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal – Impact on India
  142. High fuel prices in India – What are the causes?
  143. Can ‘Death penalty’ deter child rapes?
  144. Exam paper leaks – How to restore trust in the Indian education system?
  145. US-China Trade war – Impact on USA, China & other countries
  146. Private Universities in India – Pros and Cons
  147. How can banks prevent Nirav Modi-Like scams?
  148. Impact of Brexit on Indian Economy
  149. Should both developed and underdeveloped countries have equal binding in combating climate change?
  150. Cauvery River Dispute
  151. Significance of BRICS in world economy
  152. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao – a success?
  153. E-Commerce – Sustainable business model?
  154. Delhi’s Odd-Even Rule : a success?
  155. Corruption in India
  156. Challenges to Indian Banking sector
  157. Artificial intelligence (AI) – Pros & Cons
  158. Big Data – Pros & Cons
  159. Bullet trains in india – Is it a right step?
  160. New India 2022 – Will it be a reality?
  161. How to eliminate the threat of Nuclear war?
  162. Drug menace – How to fight with it?
  163. Can we rely on Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin?
  164. How to tackle Naxalism?
  165. Impact of GST on Indian Economy
  166. How to reduce NPA?
  167. Digital India
  168. Is GST beneficial for the common man?
  169. Privatization of ‘Air India’ – Good or Bad?
  170. One Belt One Road – Impact on India
  171. Can ‘One Belt One Road’ improve developing world?
  172. Why are many startups failing in India?
  173. Union Budget 2017-18 – Is it beneficial for the common man?
  174. Unique identification number for every Indian
  175. Should India be given a permanent seat in UNSC?
  176. Should mother tongue be the medium of instruction in schools?
  177. AFSPA
  178. Aadhaar Act
  179. Depreciation of Indian Rupee
  180. Is WikiLeaks a bane or a boon?
  181. Nuclear Energy in India – Boon or Bane?

Note :- This list will be updated whenever there are new important issues.

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6 Comments

  • Tinku Paul, Apr 14, 2019 @ 7:34 am

    New topic is not coming after 2nd April, what happened you will not provide new topic ? I am waiting for new topic . I participate GD topics I get my pleasure. I feel happy.

    • Team GD Ideas, Apr 14, 2019 @ 10:12 am

      We are not posting new topics due to some technical issues Tinku. We’ll sort them out in a week for sure.

  • Tinku Paul, Apr 12, 2019 @ 7:25 am

    According to coalition government form when one part doesn’t get the majority then some of the party together wants to form the government but for a long run coalition government will not fruitful . They fight each other first of all who will be the PM , may be selected their leader but leader doesn’t have power to take any decision because he has take consent everybody . If any controversy comes other party will not satisfy and the question will come to the PM to prove the majority then dissatisfied party want to withdraw their support. We know in our earlier history former prime minister had to resign within 13 days , we know Devi Gowda government had fallen. When the parliament election comes then regional party wants to alliance with each other but actually it will not fruitful . All regional parties leader has desire to be the PM but supposed they will be PM they don’t have power to take any decision independently rather they will be busy to take care of their chair then who will take care of our country? So one party will get majority they will form the government and we will get a stable government it is better for Indian economy and better for our country.

  • Tinku Paul, Feb 13, 2019 @ 2:12 pm

    According to me life without a mobile phone it’s very difficult we can’t believe it supposed we will not take food one day we can alive but without mobile we can’t think, of course mobile is very important thing , we can contact with anybody within a second , we can use it for our work purpose like online utility bill payment, check bank account, transfer the balance etc , we don’t need to go to bank , don’t need to outlet. If we will go for out of station we can contact our family , friend very easily even we can see through video call what they are doing, they also can see how I am , what I am doing , where I am staying everything. We can use our mobile for our entertainment purpose, watch like a television. We want to gossip with my lots of friends at a time we can . Nowadays social media is very strong if we required any help we will get. So without mobile we can’t.

  • Prativa Kumari, Dec 22, 2018 @ 2:38 pm

    Loan waiving good or bad and what result in Indian economy .

  • Tinku paul, Jun 12, 2018 @ 6:50 am

    According to me love marriage and arranged marriage both required for understanding those couple have good understanding they are happy in their life. Love marriage people they knew each other so it depends on them and arranged marriage it depends on both the family their status ,economical position etc. But Love marriage as they knew each other after marriage they have no attraction I e after marriage love decrease and arranged marriage they are the new I e love increases. Love marriage they don’t want to accept each other then blame game start and then they decide they will go for divorce. But arrange marriage couple try to adjust each other because it depends on both the family. So arrange marriage family get chance to get information of groom’s family background, education, financial position etc. I e there is any incident happens both the family try to mutual .So this is good.

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