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Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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mam crime against humanity upload kijiye please its a request
1 and 2 statement is correct... because even if a citizen by birth is found guilty he cannot be deprived of his citizenship... Thank you so much sir for the analysis... via these mcqs we are able to connect to issue swiftly...
Satish Yadav
2 years ago
shit...1 and 3 are correct..sorry sir...
Satish Yadav
2 years ago
America has a dual citizenship...that of state and central ...that is what 2nd statment doesn't stand right...
3 is not correct, cuz when a citizenship is by naturalisation and within or after that naturalisation or registration if he been imprisoned in any country fr 2 years he can be deprived.
but India doesn't have the arrangement of a dual one.
Satish Yadav
2 years ago
@akash I corrected myself later on that statment.. I made the mistake in hurry and mistakenly I wrote the answer 1 and 2
Satish Yadav
2 years ago
@madhumita may be I don't know that much as I am new to this field but according to my knowledge 3rd statement is right.. Thank you..!!
Under Section 10, citizens of India by naturalization, marriage, registration, domicile and residence may be deprived of citizenship by an order of the Central Government, if it is satisfied that- (1) the registration or naturalization was obtained by means of fraud, false representation or concealment of any material fact, or, (2) he has shown himself by act or speech, to be disloyal or disaffected towards the Indian Constitution; or, (3) during a war in which India may be engaged he has unlawfully traded or communicated with the enemy; or, (4) within five years of his registration or naturalization, he has been sentenced to imprisonment for not less than two years; or, (5) he has been ordinarily resident out of India for seven years continuously. This provision does not apply if he is a student abroad, or is in the service of a government in India, or an international organization of which India is member, or has registered annually at an Indian consulate his intention to retain the Indian citizenship.
A C
2 years ago
Statement 2 & 3 are wrong, therefore the answer is option "D".
Jaya Rathore
2 years ago
D is the correct Answer
Thank you Sir really very helpful course....... preparing for ups cse ....but English is not so good ..schooling medium was Hindi ............... I am confused ... please suggest me what I do... I try to learn and improve my English vocabulary so that I can write basic English... Sir please suggest can i go English medium or either Hindi for upsc cse 2018. waiting for your reply sir
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
Go for english. It seems your english is workable and you will improve in the cours of preparation
Vaneet Kumar
2 years ago
Thank you Jatin Sir for your reply and suggestion.... Thanks alot... :)
Doli saini
2 years ago
if u dnt mind I wnt to suggest to u should listen all lessons in both languages hindi nd english ...sry if I m interrupted
Vaneet Kumar
2 years ago
ok I try to listen both of the Languag sessions English and Hindi so that I can clearly understand. even I try to improve also. but I have face one problem when I try to learn example one chapter or you can say one paragraph then it take huge time. if i decided for complete 15pages in 1hrs but .. why so
sir..but construction of too much dam is also not good for environment, it can cause frequent earthquake..submergence of large area etc. so only interlinking of rivers is not sufficient for flood control?
answer is d as 2 and 3 are wrong...usa has dual citizenship...naturalised citized can be deprived of his citizenship..by deprivation termination and renunciation
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS from THE HINDU 13th September 2017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy


  2. National News Page-1l:Stung India slams 'inaccurate' UN reports . Angered by criticism from the UN's Human Rights Council on the issue of Kashmir, cow vigilante violence and Rohingya refugees, India accused the High Commissioner of passing "tendentious judgements made on the basis of selective and even inaccurate reports. India is proud of its independent judiciary, freedom of press, vibrant civil society and respect for rule of law and human rights. A more informed view would have not only recognised this but also noted, for example, that the Prime Minister himself publicly condemned violence in the name of cow protection. Incidents extrapolated': Exceptions cannot be examples. The Govt. said UNHRC's reference to the killing of journalist Gauri Lankesh and other references to people displaced in the Sardar Sarovar-Narmada Bachao Andolan, and "mob attacks against people under the pretext of protecting the lives of cows" and other instances of "rising intolerance" in India, were"individual incidents extrapolated to suggest a broader societal situation. While giving his update to the Council's reports on 40 countries, Mr. Hussein had "deplored" the government's recent decision to deport approximately 40,000 Myanmarese Rohingya refugees


  3. India cannot carry out collective expulsions, or return people to a place where they risk torture or other serious violations," Mr. Hussein had said, referring to the principle of non- refoulement, after calling the Aung San Suu Kyi government's policies against the refugees as a "a textbook example of ethnic cleansing." Like many other nations, India is concerned about illegal migrants, in particular, with the possibility that they could pose security challenges. Enforcing the laws should not be mistaken for lack of compassion. On the issue of human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir that the UN Human Rights Chief had referred to in the written reports as well, India said the assessments overlooked "the central role of terrorism" there.


  4. Page-1l: Chakmas to be made citizens Govt. is all set to give citizenship to over one lakh Chakma-Hajongs, Buddhists and Hindus who fled to India in the 1960s to escape religious persecution in the Chittagong Hill area of Bangladesh (undivided Pakistan then). . Home Minister will chair a meeting where a final decision to grant citizenship to the Chakma- Hajongs will be taken. They would be granted citizenship but will not have any land ownership rights in Arunachal Pradesh, a predominantly tribal State. They would be free to buy land anywhere else in India but not in Arunachal Pradesh.They could continue to live in the transit camps where they have been housed since 1964-65. The Arunachalis have opposed giving any rights to Chakma-Hajongs. Basic Text: Ch-Citizenship


  5. Any procedure on deportation of Rohingya will be an extrapolation of the existing policy on Bangladesh. First step is to identify them as most of them claim they are Indians. Identifying an undocumented citizen was a long process: The local police will have to enquire if the person is not an Indian citizen. Then he or she will be declared a foreigner.A foreigner not having a document is an illegal immigrant.A communication will be sent to the Myanmar government to verify their address Deporting them will be the last step and the process has not been finalised yet. UPSC Prelims Previous year Question: Pre-2005 Consider the following statements: I.Articles 37l A to 371 I were inserted in the Constitution of India to meet regional demands of Nagaland, Assam, Manipur,Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh and Goa. 2. Constitutions of India and the United States of America envisage a dual policy (The Union and the States) but a single citizenship. 3.A naturalized citizen of India can never be deprived of his citizenship. Which of the above statements islare correct? A. 1,2 and 3. B. land 3. C.3 only D. Ionly


  6. Page-Il: Minister of Water Resources favours new law on desilting of rivers. At a meeting of the Consultative Committee of Parliament on flood management, Union minister favoured enacting a new law on desilting of rivers to prevent floods and said such a legislation will be drafted in consultation with states. Other Solutions to stave-off DJinter-linking of rivers to stave off floods.Around 100 districts of the country are deluge-prone Li]construction of check dams should be given priority to mitigate flood fury [lii]the need to improve and strengthen the flood forecasting network. GSM-2: Polity & Governance: Ministries & Departments- Ways to establish synergies between Ministries & Departments: Mr. Nitin Gadkari, who also holds road transport and shipping portfolios [Rakesh Mohan Committee on Transport Development Policy had recommended merging of ministries- MoRTH & Ministry of Shipping. That would be too bold a step. [Lynchpin model]


  7. .Page-ll:Vishwajeet scheme a non-starter. Vishwajeet scheme, which entailed the provision of Rs. 1,250 crore to each of the top seven IITs over a period of five years to upgrade infrastructure, hire foreign faculty, and collaborate with foreign institutions to break into the top league in global rankings, has reportedly been shot down by the Finance Ministry. The Vishwajeet scheme was something we were desperately looking for- at least the older, top five or seven IITs were banking on it. We are already in the top 500. With a little bit of push from the government, we could make it to the top 100.The structures are there, the processes are there.All we need is an intervention in terms of financial resources. 2 IIT Delhi would break into the top 100 in three or four years with schemes such as Vishwajeet. None of the IITs are currently ranked in the world's top 350, as per the 14th edition of the Times Higher Education's World University Rankings. Responding to concerns of academia, HRD said: [i]Higher Education Finance Agency (HEFA), [ii]Uchchatar Avishkar Yojana, and [iithe Prime Minister's proposed scholarships of Rs. 75,000 a month were schemes to be benefited from.


  8. Higher Education Financing Agency (HEFA) is a not-for-profit agency with initial capital base of Rs. 1000 Crore. It was announced in Union Budget 2016-17. Organization I. The HEFA will be set up with joint participation by the government and philanthropic donors. 2. It would be set up under Companies Act, 2013 and will be registered with RBl as Non-banking Finance Company (NBFC). 3. It will be headed by a banker and will have a board with five donors and five institutions selected on rotation basis. 4. All Centrally Funded higher educational institutions will automatically be added as members. Funding and Finances: Total corpus of the body is Rs. 2,000 crore. Out of this, the initial government contribution will be Rs. 1,000 crore. Remaining Rs. 1000 Cr would be collected from 5 other corporate donors(Rs 200 Crore Each) of which the sponsoring bank would be one. Further, the body will be allowed to raise debt funding of up to Rs. 10,000 crore from the financial markets, including pension and insurance funds. Thus, there is a l:5 ratio of own funds to debt ratio for HEFA. The debts would be returned back {debt service) from the money received


  9. An Educational Institute will be eligible for a credit limit of 5 times the annual inflow of the student fee from the institution. The institute can then draw interest-free funds against an approved capital or research project and repay the amount over 5-10 years through the escrowed student fee. Each institute will have to prepare a detailed master plan on infrastructure gaps that will be assessed by an independent group before releasing amount sought. Uchatar Avishkar Yojna: HRD ministry earmarked Rs.250 crore per annum for fostering "very high quality" research in the IITs under the scheme which will have industry partners with the institutions of excellence. The move is to give research relevant to the industry and the campaign to 'Make in India' a leg up, the proposal has been received with scepticism in the academic and research circles, given the implications of allowing private players to collaborate with institutions that have been set up with public money The objective is to make IITs to help in the Make in India campaign, by investing in research and link innovation to the industry to make the latter competitive in the global markets. The Rs.250-crore purse will be used to fund several projects for up to Rs.5 crore, provided they meet the standards stipulated


  10. Page-12:World News: Pressure piles on Myanmar over refugee exodus: U.S. intervenes: Pressure mounted on Myanmar to end violence that has sent more than 300,000 Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh, with the United States calling for the protection of civilians and Bangladesh seeking international help to handle the crisis. The government of Buddhist-majority Myanmar says its security forces are fighting"terrorists" behind the latest wave of attacks, which began on Aug. 25, and they are doing all they can to avoid harming civilians. [Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army] The United States said the violent displacement of Rohingya Muslims showed Myanmar's security forces were not protecting civilians. U.S. has been a staunch supporter of Myanmar's transition from decades of harsh military rule that is being led by Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Myanmars government regards the approximately I million Rohingya as illegal migrants from neighbouring Bangladesh and denies them citizenship, even though many Rohingya families have lived there for generations


  11. Myanmar rebuffed a ceasefire declared by ARSA to enable the delivery of aid to thousands of displaced and hungry people in the north of Rakhine State, declaring simply that it did not negotiate with terrorists. Bangladesh's Response: Bangladesh is seeking help as it struggles to cope with the influx of more than 300,000 Rohingya since the latest violence began, who have joined more than 400,000 others already there. . The Bangladeshi parliament passed a resolution on Monday urging the international community to mount pressure on Myanmar to resolve the crisis. Bangladesh is seeking international support for a plan to relocate Rohingya to a remote Bay of Bengal island that critics say is flood-prone and unliveable.


  12. World News: 'America wants growing trade with India' :The rising imbalance in trade with India is a concern for America and India must open its market to more American companies, Mr. Ross said India must also take more effective measures to protect innovation by improving its intellectual property protections. . Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) will be held in Hyderabad in November: U.S. President Trump and our Prime Minister have announced to co-host this year's summit. Annual bilateral trade between the U.S. and India has doubled over the last decade and was $114 billion in 2016.Unfortunately, over the same period, trade deficit tripled in favour of India, now at $27 billion. Bilateral Investment Relations: Imbalance was visible in investments as well.While India's investors invested $12.I billion in the U.S. last year, U.S. investors invested $32.9 billion in India. Bilateral Trade Relations: only I .5 % of U.S. exports were to India, while only 6.3 % of Indian exports goes to America. New Mechanism: India and the U.S have decided to move to the 2+2 format of engagement involving the Secretaries of Defence and State Departments from the American side and Ministers for Defence and External Affairs Ministers from the Indian side. The Strategic & Commercial Dialogue between the two countries is being discontinued from this year.


  13. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which cut its repo rate by 0.25 percentage points last month, retained its neutral policy stance, citing uncertainty on the future trajectory of inflation because of several uncertainties: If states choose to implement salary and allowance increases similar to the centre in the current financial year, headline inflation could rise by an additional estimated 100 basis points above the baseline over 18-24 months. Also, indicators suggest that price pressures are building up in vegetables and animal proteins in the near months. . The second volume of the Economic Survey 2016-17 took a contrarian view and maintained that India is undergoing a structural shift toward low inflation, mostly due to changing dynamics in the oil market, which has capped upside risks.


  14. Telecom industry: Tower, Telephone Exchange(Active service), Distribution.


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