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11th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2 (in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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editorial reading is the thing that i hate in hindu....thanks
Sir, MPC's rate hike- editorial, isn't it important?
where is mains answer writing video sir
thnkyou very much sir

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  4. Why no one is worried about MPCs rate hike Open data, open government E pen data, open govenment Open government data means publishing information collected by the government in its entirety, such as government budgets, spending records, health-care measures, climate records, and farming and agricultural produce statistics S. UBHODEEP

  5. Context: Government to create a data-driven governance architecture. Technological revolution -not be from pure data or access to consumer behaviour. Comprehensiveness - application of data and their assimilation with solving social problems, enabling better governance and powering elected governments to serve their citizens better is ushering in a new revolution UBHODEEP

  6. Privacy and consent O"Datafication" of businesses has also brought to the fore the criticality of developing data management, storage and privacy laws DEuropean Union with its General Data Protection Regulation has been a front-runner OOpen government data is a silent but powerful movement unfolding globally - share data collected by various government departments, for public consumption, Fostering collaboration, enabling creative innovations and collective problem-solving accountability and transparency UBHODEEP

  7. Underutilised asset If the advent of data-driven business models was a watershed moment, this is the real pot of gold - potential of this national asset is being grossly underutilised Need to act-without further delay -3 basic reasons. Citizen welfare - an implicit right to benefit from the information Government budget usage, welfare schemes and subsidies increase transparency and thereby build trust. Develop technology-led innovations which can unlock massive economic value, thereby UBHODEEP

  8. Oavailability of data on yearly produce of crops, soil data health cards and meteorological data sets can help companies develop customised crop insurance solutions with specific risk-based pricing. help India achieve its stated objectives to double farmers' incomes by 2022 OData points around progress in literacy rates, demographic data and density of educators can help develop customised solutions for villages. Olnformation on availability of facilities in public hospitals, current occupancy rates, hospital and demographic data can pave the way for curated health-care applications. Double farmers' incomes by 2022 and provide universal health coverage and micro loans to micro, small and medium enterprises among others. UBHODEEP

  9. Data: Open data can add an additional 1.5% to the country's GDP. London Transport economic benefits and savings for the city to the tune of 130 million. India's global ranking by the Global Opern Data Barometer has jumped. UBHODEEP

  10. Need OA closer analysis of the Open Data project shows good intent but sporadic execution. OArtificial Intelligence is coupled with open data, a real paradigm shift begins. Comprehensiveness of a data stack or various data sets is essential. For example, a comprehensive agri-data set would have digitised data sets on soil data, rainfall, crop production as well as market rates. OCombining data sets-creation of applications such as farm insurance from weather, soil and crop cycle/sale data. Therefore, technology developers have a road map of "innovations in focus" for national development. S. UBHODEEP