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04-Aug-2018 Part-2 Saturday Special (in Hindi)
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  3. ATURUAY, AUGUST 4, 2OIS DELHI CITY EDITION pagen 1000 Congress rasesV question ovr Raamitalo Mod: hurge Cauray Yatra 2 Mnangagwa wins the Ishant breathes fre,but rstelection sincethe England ights back TV jounalists forced to quit over story critical of Mod Khargell fRobert Mugabe age 1o to keep Test on edge PIC CREDIT-THE HINDU PAGE- I (FRONT)

  4. 10 VESTED INTERESTS TRYING TO FOMENT TROUBLE (PAGE-111 TOPIC- GS PRELIMS,GSM2 Vested interests trying to foment trouble, says Rajnath NRC did not collect data on religion, says official Says no coercve action will be those not on NRC b He ald the process of The Home Min onel deploged to asebt the sald the se afectnd the eo be modied aded from the N dat would h to be sanned oInd GCD publabed the s PIC CREDIT THE HINDU Page-ll

  5. 11ASSAM BEGINS DELETING FOREIGNERS FROM NRC LIST [PAGE-111 TOPIC-GS PRELIMS,GSM2 Assam begins deleting foreigners from NRC list Action against persons designated by Foreigners Tribunals District offacials n Assuarn the mames of-declared fo July 3o. ctals have sdentiied some verification centre in Assarn's Meorigaon. . #rtU AJ KONwAn nals where people f sspect list smotsso that peoplehnve since obtained bail to don's lose their fxith in the from the Gatuhats High Court NRC State Coordinator These 2oo belong to 39 fa-sidence on July 2 sub The police in Hojai disCoar that some 1.5 1akh some others are llezal immigrants with casesubmitted fake who had lakh inc were of fanily tree mismatch us firnd their names rintendent of Police Anhararried womes who had draft NRC. We are de-Jain told The Hind CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-ll


  7. 13. MATTALA PROJECT WITH INDIA IS ON (PAGE-12) TOPIC- GS PRELIMS,GSM3 Mattala project with India is on Sri Lankan Minister says talks on the airport joint venture are progressing MEERA SRINIVASAN ture, will contribute S225 million to revamp and run the airport, while the Sri Lankan side will invest the Days after Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sin ha told Parliament that there was no proposal for the Air- ports Authority of India (AA) to acquire a controlling stake in Sri Lanka's Mattala balance. India il operate the airport on a 40-year lease, as per the draft agree Civil Aviation Ministry of ment, a top Transport and Rajapaksa International Air- port, a Sri Lankan Minister said talks on the project are cial in Colombo told The Hindu, clarifying that "noth- ing has changed with India Mr. Sinha's remarks last week came at a tine when nego- Following an experts' re- port that will look into tech- nical aspects of the joint ven- rait agreement No change: A view of the Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport, in the southeast of Sri Lanka. A three rounds of official ture. the d tiations were completed on a cials are under the impres Indian Minister of State for will be presented for Cabinet likely joint venture between sion that the deal is nearly fi Civil Aviation would have clearance. Minister Siripala Aviation Services in Sri Lan- is yet to respond to the Mi the Indian Parliament since ment that he would table the Sri Lanka's Southern Pro dia on the development, h said, according to a re cy". It is an open secret that the AAI and the Airport &nal. The Indian government made such a statement to de Silva earlier told Parlia ka, to run the loss-making nister's remarks Mattala airport, located inn the parties is yet to be finalised," t between two agreement in the House, and act with "utmost transparen- Queried by the local me- vince. The Minister's res- ponse to a question raised in Minister Nimal Siripala de run Daily News on Friday Transport and Civil Aviation port published in the StateNew Delhi's strategic inter- ests in running the airport located near the China-con- I. sent con the development project of ter detailed negotiations, trolled port in Hambantota, outweighs commercial con fusing signals to Colombo, where top government off- Mattala Airport are still un- der way. "Most probably, the have agreed that India, with a 70% stake in the joint ven- siderations. PIC CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-12

  8. 14.SERV CES SECTOR GROW FASTEST S NCE OCT.2016PMI SURVEY (PAGE13) TOPIC- GS PRELIMS,GSM3 Services sector grows fastest since Oct. 2016: PMI survey Increase in new business strongest since June 2017: inflation pressures stl high growth in the latter, po wered the fastest improve- ment in overall operating conditions in the economy since October 2016, Ms. Dodhia said. On prices, infla tionary pressures remained marked during July PRESS TRUST OF A India's services sector activi- ty remained in the growth territory for the second con- secutive month in July, as bu- siness activity witnessed the strongest growth since Oc- tober 2016, amid improved demand conditions, said a monthly survey. Input costs higher "There are some warning signs reflected by PMI price The seasonally adjusted Nikkei India Services Busi- ness Activity Index rose from 52.6 in June to 54.2 in July, as new business rose at the fas may pressure RBI to raise rates, says Aashna Dodhia. -REUTER test pace since June 2017 cost inflation softened from cost inflation soterall input Heady brew: Inflation, currency weakness and uncertainties June's near four-year high, service companies faced the fastest rise in input costs A print above 50 means Economist at IHS Markit, gest pace since April. The since March amid reports of and author of the report. Nikkei India Composite PMI Output Index, that maps expansion high oil prices," she said. July data was encourag Amid reports of improved An uncertain global cli ing as the service sector ob demand conditions, busi both the manufacturing and mate. currency weakness served the best performance ness confidence towards the services sectors, rose from and strong inflation may since October 2016, under 12-month outlook picked up 53.3 in June to 54.1 in July. pinned by the strongest gain from June's recent low. Sub- in new orders since June sequently, firms raised their both the manufacturing and interest rates over the com 2017," said Aashna Dodhia. staffing levels at the strn service sector, with stronger ng months," she added. continue to place pressure Marked expansions in on the central bank to hike PIC CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-l.3

  9. 15. TRAI CALLS FOR ZERO TELECOM EQUIPMENT IMPORTS BY 2022 (PAGE-13) TOPIC- GS PRELIMS,GSM3 TRAI calls for zero telecom equipment imports by 2022 Moots 1,000 cr. fund for research, innovation in the sector genous telecommunication equipment manufacturing be monitored by Depart ment of Telecommunica tions (DoT). SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT NEW DEL.RI Suggesting that India aim at net zero imports of telecom- munications equipment by 2022, the Telecom Regulato- ry Authority of India CTRAI) on Friday setting up of a ,000 crore fund for promoting research and innovation in the sector. Security concerns To address security con- cerns, TRAI had suggested that the telecom service pro- viders be incentivised for de- ploying indigenous telecom products"beyond the quan- tities to be mandated" under nded the The recommendations, TRAI said, aimed at enabling Indian telecom equipment manufacturing sector to specific areas of priorities. he preferential market ac- transition from an import TRAI said cess policy ndent sector to a global The import of telecom in On setting up the fund TRAI said, For promoting hub of indigenous manufac- turing struments was far greater than the export of such research, innovation, stan "India shold aim to items, TRAI said achieve the objective of "net dardisation, design, testing, certification and manufac- As per available data, the zero imports of telecommu-export of telecom instru- turing indigenous telecom nication equipment by 2022. ments stood at $1,201.7mil equipment, Telecom Re For this purpose. Telecom lion in 2017-18 while imports search and Development Equipment Manufacturing totalled $21,847.92 million Council CTEMC), should identify and recommend ed that the progress of indi- should be created. the d Fund CTRDP), with initial corpus of 1,000 crore CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-3 The regulator has suggest-

  10. 16.GOVERNMENT'S REFORMS TRANSFORMATIVE: PATEL (PAGE-13) TOPIC- GS PRELIMS,GSM3 transfornative Patel SPECIAL-CORRESPONDIENT Reserve Bank of India Go- vermor Urjit Patel on Friday described reforns underta ken by the govern nent as these would help shape In- dia's economicevolution The governmenthas to be laided for instituting three 1andmark reforms. Dr.Patel said at a convoca tion cere in ony of the M egh- nad Desai Academy of Eco nomicsone cannot and should not underestiinate the sagacity and uncommon courage of the government to undertake reformms that can only be described as Urjit Patel truly transformative."he said. Dr. Patel identified the monetary policy work. the Goods and Servic- es Tax and the Insolvecy and Bankruptcy Code as the three key refomms instituted by tlhe government. frame- PIC CREDIT-THE HINDU Page-l.3