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NRC LIST AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE HOSPITALS..01AUG2018PART1

Ishan
I m from U.P. I have done my graduation from university of delhi in B.sc (H) Physics.. Aspirant of UPSC CSE..

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Balasore is my motherland and the place where he died is now a school....
  1. EDITORIALS THE HINDU DAILY IMPORTANT EDITORIALS 01/AUG/2018 PART-1 PRESENTED BY ISHAN EDUCATOR ON UNACADEMY)


  2. PLEASE RATE, REVIEW SHARE & RECOMMEND FOLLOW ME ON UNACADEMY https:llunacademy.com/user/thakurishan00-2762Search .You can follow me on Teleqram SHAN@ KSTUDIES a Ishan Kumar ishan kumar


  3. India should not depend on other countries THE HINDU a 9


  4. Numbing numbers NUMBING NUMBERS Topic- GS Prelims and GSM 2 Context-To begin with, the claims of those left out in the NRC must be heard carefully, humanely. DU Page-8


  5. As with the first list published on December 31, 2017, the publication of the final draft before t moves to the next phase of claims and objections wasn't accompanied by major turbulence Supreme Court mandated and monitored exercise . Causes for concern have been aplenty, from the frenetic pace to meet deadlines in the face of an unrelenting apex court to the omission in July of 1,50,000 names from the 19 million that had made it to the first draft. onday's list again had its share of notable omissions, including serving and former legislators Given such a gargantuan exercise, it is to the credit of the NRC bu and its 55,000 oddLworkforce that timelines have been adhered to re ised system of digitised mapping of family trees ce, scctive bias,and nt flaws in d 197 that make up to hurar inter ub is subject the NRC o the inhere e electoral rolls of 096 a the core of y da NATIONAL REGISTER OF CITIZENS


  6. The state owes it to those now left out, a staggering 40,07,707 persons, to ensure that their claim to citizenship is exhausted in its procedural entirety. . But it also has a larger responsibility to ensure that people who have g time, or those who know no other home, are not left lived h hig re a lor and dr in any eventualit)y. 'On that front, the Central and State governments must step up their assurances that there is no need for panic While the modalities of a standard operating procedure for claims and objections are being worked out, to be placed before the Supre the window for contestation could be extended try has also tweaked rules to enable applicant haul up a suspected alien, PreNAL REGISTER OF CITIZENS MC urt by by a montf .The Uni to move the oeighrs nal, where earlier only the state coul


  7. Bigger challenges lie ahead, especially after the final NRC list determines the precise number of deemed illegal immigrants; the state then has to gra pple with what to do next. . How India addresses the fate of those eventually left off the list will ts democracy can lay claim to being humane or ascertain whether i no .It is one thing to detain and deport illegal immigrants instantly when they cross the border ARC o But when people have been allowed (or they have managed) to be in India for so long, when they have built their lives and become part of cal eco es conmunities, they cannot and must not be rendered stateleton the basis of a list NATIONAL REGISTER OF CITIZENS


  8. The publie-private gap in health care Policymakers have shownno indinetiontoprovide equitable medical care 2.THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE GAP IN HEALTH CARE aTopic- GS Prelims and Context- Policymakers have provide equitable medical shown no inclination to care 1 PIC CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-8


  9. 2.THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE GAP IN HEALTH CARE The recent controversy about transparency in the working of the cadaver transplant programme in Tamil Nadu has provided an opportunity to revisit the vexed question of medical ratio ning in India It is a hard reality that not all medical interventions are available to every citizen whe may need it. . The gap between what is technologically possible and what government hospitals generally provide widened appreciably after the technological leaps the 1980s. e began, starting in


  10. COVERT MEDICAL RATIONING..., The NITI Aayog's document, 'Three Year Action Agenda, 2017-18 to 2019-20', has a section on health care. One of the recommendations is for the government to prioritise preventive care vide curati The document also advises the government to pay attention to stewardship of the health sector in its entirety rather than focusing on provision of health care Therefore, the system of private health care for those who can afford it and government care for those who cannot will continue in the foreseeable future. Every government since Independence has stated egalitarianism as its goal in health care. Many interventions, especially those whic provided only to those who can pay for t rather than pro very expen sive, continue to be