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1 March 2019 (Part 1) - The Hindu News Analysis - (in Hindi)
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Aman Sharma
B.tech (ECE) , M.A(Sociology) STUDY IAS Newspaper Analyst | Motivational Speaker Knowledge, like air, is vital to life.

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very helpful course
your explanation is very useful and helpfully for better understanding
Sir plzz try to upload CNA in the morning time. Because CA mainly needed in day time for update with the world.. So try to upload in mirning time.. Thank you ☺️
Aman Sharma
2 months ago
I have my Plus classes in the morning this is the reason my CNA goes late
when will you upload your daily analysis of today's newspaper?
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  2. COMPREHENSIVE NEWS ANALYSIS DONT FORGET! Aman Sharma Follow B.tech (ECE), M.A(Sociology) STUDY IAS Newspaper Analyst | Motivational Speaker Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no NEWS NEWS AND EVEN


  3. bhinandan tried to swallow documents. Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was "safe and sound at the time of his landing" in the Pakistani territory, details published on Thursday in Pakistan's Dawn newspaper revealed. Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  4. Abhinandan tried to swallow documents About 8.45 a.m. on Wednesday, Mr. Chaudhry saw two aircraft catching fire, while one sped across the LoC, the other burst into flames and came down speedily. He noticed a parachute landing around one kilometre away from his house on the southern side. "A pilot emerged out of the parachute safe and sound" he told Dawn over telephone. "The pilot, who was equipped with a pistol, asked the youngsters whether it was India or Pakistan" Mr. Chaudhry said, adding that one of the men responded that it was India. The pilot, later identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan, is said to have shouted some slogans and asked which place exactly it was in India, according to the Dawn report. The pilot was made to believe "it was Qilla'n," Mr. Chaudhry was quoted as saying. But "some emotional youth shouted 'Pakistan Army Zindabad" On this, the Wing Commander took a shot in the air and the boys picked up stones. The pilot then started running. He ran in the backward direction while pointing his pistol towards the boys who were chasing him, Mr. Chaudhry added. Then the pilot jumped into a small pond where he took out some documents and maps from his pockets, some of which he tried to swallow and soaked others in water. Finally, after a long chase, the pilot gave in. Some of the boys roughed him up, Dawn reported Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  5. Pakistan will release Abhinandan today Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, now in Pakistan's custody, would be released on Friday. "As a peace gesture, we are releasing the captured Indian pilot tomorrow," he told a joint session of Parliament. On Wednesday night, there was a situation in which there could have been a missile strike from India, but it was defused, the Prime Minister said. "This is why I am saying to India not to take this any further. We will be left with no choice but to retaliate. Don't do it," he said Mr. Khan added that he had tried to contact his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Wednesday evening. "We also sent a message to him. This wasn't due to any weakness. Our forces are battle-hardened but we don't want escalation." Aman Sharma PAGE-1


  6. Pakistan will release Abhinandan today Asked whether the IAF saw the release as a goodwill gesture by Pakistan, he said: "We only see it as a gesture in consonance with all Geneva conventions." Rejecting the Pakistan Prime Minister's latest offer of talks, New Delhi said it was waiting for "immediate credible and verifiable" action from Pakistan, first against terror groups, including the Jaish-e Mohammad, on which the Ministry of External Affairs had sent a dossier on Wednesday. Aman Sharma PAGE-1


  7. India gives Pakistan a dossier on Jaish A dossier handed over by India to Pakistan mentions nine specific instances, in the past two years, when Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) was conducting rallies and religious congregations to recruit men to the terror outfit. India said these activities were conducted "right under the nose of the Pakistani establishment," even though it was banned by the Pakistani authorities in 2002. The outfit still features at serial number 3 in the list of 67 terror organisations proscribed by Pakistan's Ministry of Interior published on the website of the National Counter Terrorism Authority. Aman Sharma PAGE- 11


  8. Rhinos without borders is conservation credo Emphasis was also laid on expanding rhino domains within a country or between rhino range countries. Indonesia and Malaysia are the other Asian countries where the last of the rhinos live. The current global population of the Indian one-horned rhinoceros is 3,584. Assam's Kaziranga National Park has the bulk of 2,938 rhinos in India while Nepal 646. Once ranging from China to Bangladesh, the Javan and Sumatran rhinos are nearing extinction. The Sumatran rhino, the smallest of all rhino species and the only Asian rhino with two horns, became extinct in the wild in Malaysia. "There is only one found now in the Sabah island of Malaysia while Indonesia has a few," Among the other decisions taken at the New Delhi meeting of the Asian rhino range countries was "making the best use of all available individuals and technologies" to accelerate natural and conservation breeding of the critically endangered Sumatran rhino. On February 26, the National Rhino Conservation Strategy for India called for active engagement between India and Nepal to protect the species. The plan said the single population of rhinos in Sukla-Phanta (Nepal), Valmiki Tiger Reserve (India) and Chitwan National Park (Nepal) and Dudhwa (India) is separated by the political boundary between the two countries Aman Sharma PAGE- 18


  9. COMPREHENSIVE NEWS ANALYSIS THEHNDU 1 MARCH 2019 UPSC Current Affairs ade


  10. COMPREHENSIVE NEWS ANALYSIS DONT FORGET! Aman Sharma Follow B.tech (ECE), M.A(Sociology) STUDY IAS Newspaper Analyst | Motivational Speaker Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no NEWS NEWS AND EVEN


  11. bhinandan tried to swallow documents. Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was "safe and sound at the time of his landing" in the Pakistani territory, details published on Thursday in Pakistan's Dawn newspaper revealed. Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  12. Abhinandan tried to swallow documents About 8.45 a.m. on Wednesday, Mr. Chaudhry saw two aircraft catching fire, while one sped across the LoC, the other burst into flames and came down speedily. He noticed a parachute landing around one kilometre away from his house on the southern side. "A pilot emerged out of the parachute safe and sound" he told Dawn over telephone. "The pilot, who was equipped with a pistol, asked the youngsters whether it was India or Pakistan" Mr. Chaudhry said, adding that one of the men responded that it was India. The pilot, later identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan, is said to have shouted some slogans and asked which place exactly it was in India, according to the Dawn report. The pilot was made to believe "it was Qilla'n," Mr. Chaudhry was quoted as saying. But "some emotional youth shouted 'Pakistan Army Zindabad" On this, the Wing Commander took a shot in the air and the boys picked up stones. The pilot then started running. He ran in the backward direction while pointing his pistol towards the boys who were chasing him, Mr. Chaudhry added. Then the pilot jumped into a small pond where he took out some documents and maps from his pockets, some of which he tried to swallow and soaked others in water. Finally, after a long chase, the pilot gave in. Some of the boys roughed him up, Dawn reported Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  13. Pakistan will release Abhinandan today Asked whether the IAF saw the release as a goodwill gesture by Pakistan, he said: "We only see it as a gesture in consonance with all Geneva conventions." Rejecting the Pakistan Prime Minister's latest offer of talks, New Delhi said it was waiting for "immediate credible and verifiable" action from Pakistan, first against terror groups, including the Jaish-e Mohammad, on which the Ministry of External Affairs had sent a dossier on Wednesday. Aman Sharma PAGE-1


  14. COMPREHENSIVE NEWS ANALYSIS THEHNDU 1 MARCH 2019 UPSC Current Affairs ade


  15. bhinandan tried to swallow documents. Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was "safe and sound at the time of his landing" in the Pakistani territory, details published on Thursday in Pakistan's Dawn newspaper revealed. Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  16. Abhinandan tried to swallow documents About 8.45 a.m. on Wednesday, Mr. Chaudhry saw two aircraft catching fire, while one sped across the LoC, the other burst into flames and came down speedily. He noticed a parachute landing around one kilometre away from his house on the southern side. "A pilot emerged out of the parachute safe and sound" he told Dawn over telephone. "The pilot, who was equipped with a pistol, asked the youngsters whether it was India or Pakistan" Mr. Chaudhry said, adding that one of the men responded that it was India. The pilot, later identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan, is said to have shouted some slogans and asked which place exactly it was in India, according to the Dawn report. The pilot was made to believe "it was Qilla'n," Mr. Chaudhry was quoted as saying. But "some emotional youth shouted 'Pakistan Army Zindabad" On this, the Wing Commander took a shot in the air and the boys picked up stones. The pilot then started running. He ran in the backward direction while pointing his pistol towards the boys who were chasing him, Mr. Chaudhry added. Then the pilot jumped into a small pond where he took out some documents and maps from his pockets, some of which he tried to swallow and soaked others in water. Finally, after a long chase, the pilot gave in. Some of the boys roughed him up, Dawn reported Aman Sharma PAGE - 11


  17. Pakistan will release Abhinandan today Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, now in Pakistan's custody, would be released on Friday. "As a peace gesture, we are releasing the captured Indian pilot tomorrow," he told a joint session of Parliament. On Wednesday night, there was a situation in which there could have been a missile strike from India, but it was defused, the Prime Minister said. "This is why I am saying to India not to take this any further. We will be left with no choice but to retaliate. Don't do it," he said Mr. Khan added that he had tried to contact his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Wednesday evening. "We also sent a message to him. This wasn't due to any weakness. Our forces are battle-hardened but we don't want escalation." Aman Sharma PAGE-1


  18. Pakistan will release Abhinandan today Asked whether the IAF saw the release as a goodwill gesture by Pakistan, he said: "We only see it as a gesture in consonance with all Geneva conventions." Rejecting the Pakistan Prime Minister's latest offer of talks, New Delhi said it was waiting for "immediate credible and verifiable" action from Pakistan, first against terror groups, including the Jaish-e Mohammad, on which the Ministry of External Affairs had sent a dossier on Wednesday. Aman Sharma PAGE-1