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  1. THE HINDU 27 killed as rains pound north India heany leader his cool clinches PGA Trumps offer of talks NEARY Keiriwal charged in assault case Somnath Chatterjee passes away at 89 Former Lok Sabha Delhi police name CM.his deputy in the case of alleged attack on Chief Secretary in February frun hi casey oezo anSpeaker was ailing odence i commited by any for two months Patna shelter homeheld his deputy amis Sndia in Chief Secreary An The probe aprecy Ned the Singh had qestioned Mr. by hie wik, so hous at his rdenceMr. Chteje had been s from vaelous poltial ater a Del court had m and was undr treatment pial "Somnah Chatherjee ments. He was pboed on tines MP and kemer Lk anong odpive cepy of the statet passed away at 835 am.Chief isterM ecused perions ndar Ji Kailash Gahoe Bedes the Chief Minater Romar and nesh Mohania offsfor criinal ins to the person whose stabedue to mudigle ongan fal maaanee old joual opal Rai, kurtdra Pal Gao and thr Deputy Chad 3liaia- According tothe " thr madatan tsoa annal ment it ha. woorded-+the hav," MkItarp tandon ists after her wit and Iman Hussain e, the pobce have ho ef Secmtarywaligedy n pitacyw court had (oen said India rejects UK. proposal on JNU student Umar Khalid attacked Pune tops Sanghi's MCQ Digest 14th August, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express +PIB + others


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  6. Q - Which among the statements given below is not correct about the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT)? a) It was originally prepared by India in 1996 b) One of the objectives of CCIT is to have a universal definition of terrorisnm c) The CCIT was recently signed and ratified by all the members of United Nations d) All the statements are correct CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  7. Terror, reforms raised with top UN official Visiting team meets Modi, Sushma KALLOL BHATTACHERJEE rism," said the MEA in an of NEW DELH ficial press release, follovw- Ahead of the convening of ing the meeting between the the 73rd session of the UN delegations of the Minister General Assembly, India has and the UN president. indicated that the campaignMs. Garces, the fourth against global terrorism wll woman president in the his- be on top of its UN agenda tory of the largest organ of External Affairs Minister the UN interacted with Ms Sushma Swaraj conveyed In- Swaraj and Prime Minister dia's concerns regarding the Narendra Modi during her issue to the visiting UNGA four-day visit. president Maria Fernando In an interaction at the In Espinosa Garces, who main dian Council of World Af tained that there is not yet a fairs (ICWA), she said India's consensus among the mem- demand for expansion of ber-states about the defini the UNSC had featured in tion of terrorism. the discussion with the Prime Minister and indicat ed that she would try to UNSC reforms "The External Affairs Minis- build consensus among all ter emphasised the need for UN member-states regard UN Security Council (UNSC) ing issues such as expansion reforms, especially contin- of the UNSC and counter- uation of the Inter-Govern- terrorism mental Negotiations, asll Ms. Garces said she will as early finalisation of the appoint two co-facilitators Comprehensive Convention to help her address reform International Terro- issues. TENTH PAGE-THE HINDU


  8. Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism The CCIT is a proposed treaty which intends to criminalise all forms of international terrorism and deny terrorists, their financiers and supporters access to funds, arms, and safe havens. It was first proposed by India in 1996 at the height of Pakistan's proxy war in Kashmir. It provides a legal framework which makes it binding on all signatories to deny funds and safe havens to terrorist groups. The original draft had the following objectives: To have a universal definition of terrorism that all 193-members of the UNGA will adopt into their own criminal lavw To ban all terror groups and shut down terror camps To prosecute all terrorists under special laws To make cross-border terrorism an extraditable offence worldwide. OAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  9. Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism Despite India's efforts to push a global intergovernmental convention to tackle terrorism, the conclusion and ratification of the CCIT remains deadlocked, mainly due to opposition from three main blocs - the US, the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC), and the Latin American countries. All three have objections over the "definition of terrorism" (the most divisive of the issues) and seek exclusions to safeguard their strategic interests. - For example, the OIC wants exclusion of national liberation movements, especially in the context of Israel-Palestinian conflict. The US wanted the draft to exclude acts committed by military forces of states during peacetime. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  10. Q - Which among the statements given below is not correct about the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT)? a) It was originally prepared by India in 1996 b) One of the objectives of CCIT is to have a universal definition of terrorisnm c) The CIT was recently signed and ratified by all the members of United Nations d) All the statements are correct CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  11. Q Consider the following statements about the National Security Guard (NSG): 1. It is an Indian special forces unit under the Ministry of Defence 2. It is categorised under the uniform nomenclature of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) 3. The NSG personnel are often referred to as the Black Cats Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  12. National Security Guard . The National Security Guard (NSG) is an Indian special forces unit under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). It was raised in 1984, following Operation Blue Star and the assassination of Indira Gandhi, "for combating terrorist activities with a view to protect states against internal disturbances" It is not categorised under the uniform nomenclature of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). It has a special forces mandate, and its core operational capability is provided by the Special Action Group (SAG) which is drawn from the Indian Army. The Special Rangers Group (SRG), the police component of NSG, which also handles VIP security, is composed of personnel on deputation from other Central Armed Police Forces and State Police Forces. . The NSG personnel are often referred to in the media as Black Cats because of the black outfit and black cat insignia worn on their uniform. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQDIGEST


  13. India rejects U.K. proposal on DNA tests for illegal migrants' Govt. refuses to sign pact citing Twists and turns . In April, the final pact was expected to In January 2018, the Uion be signed during PM's visit to London, but Cabinet approvedit was not included in the list of business an MoU with U.K. on 'return of illegal migrants privacy issues . As per the original MoU, the security agencies in India were to verify the antecedents of document-less illegal migrants in the U.K within 72 days and those with documents within 15 days. India pulled out of the pact saying the time frame was not feasible. Paper II- Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interests, Indian diaspora VIJAITA SINGH NEW DELHI India rejected a proposal byMoS Home the UK to use DNA sampling to establish the nationality Kiren Rijiju signed the MoU the of illegal migrants living same month there citing "privacy issues." Although a Memorandum fused to sign the final pact dents of illegal migrants of Understanding on return during the visit of Prime Mi- without documents in the of illegal migrants was in- nister Narendra Modi to U.K. U.K. within 72 days and itialled after due approval of in April. the Union Cabinet in January As per the original MoU, in 15 days by Minister of State for security agencies in India Home Kiren Rijiju, India re- were to verify the antece CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 those with documents with- FRONT PAGE-THE HINDU


  14. India rejects U.K proposal on DNA tests If no report was given within the stipulated time frame, the illegal migrant would be deported automatically ed the meeting According to the British government's estimates, there are around 1,00,000 The agreement was put Indians overstaying their vi- on indefinite hold after Na sa in the U.K tional Security Adviser Ait India has contested this Doval conveyed that the 15 and said that as per their es day limit was unworkable. timate, the number will not Paper II- Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interests, Indian diaspora be more than 2,000. Unethical, said India "In one of the meetings, the U.K. teams U.K. authorities suggested Post-April, at least two high- that the nationality of docu- level delegations from the ment-less illegal migrants U.K. have raised the issue suspected to be Indians with India. could be established by During her first visit to In- matching DNA samples of dia on November 7, 2016, their family members living British Prime Minister The here. We raised objections resa May said the U.K. would that this was a breach of pri- consider an improved visa vacy and unethical. How do deal "if at the same time we we know that the dou can step up the speed and ment-less person is an In- volume of returns of Indians dian," said a senior Home with no right to remain in Ministry official who attend the U.K." FRONT PAGE THE HINDU (cont.)