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15th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
VIT University graduate with Mechanical , Appeared in UPSC Mains with Geography Optional . 4+ yr. Teaching Experience

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Sir, u told us that density is an intensive property...but it depends on the mass of a substance as we know that density is the ratio of mass and volume which makes it an extensive property.....Can u please explain this to me?
Vaibhav Srivastava
10 months ago
sorry Sir, got the point
Rajeev Ratan Singh
10 months ago
hey Vaibhav always remember that while deciding property of parameter consider it as a whole , it's final effect that it create on system. Don't split density in terms ,do it in finding the magnitude
Rajeev Ratan Singh
10 months ago
combined effect of distribution of mass over volume decides the property of density I hope u got the point
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  4. ords of freedom The market across the border India and Pakistan will both gain immensely by encouraging bilateral trade S. UBHODEEP


  5. Imran Khan conveyed a sense of hope when he spoke of the need for harmonious relations with neighbouring countries, including India. He also laid emphasis on better bilateral trade relations. Given the immense potential and the peace dividend that comes with it, it was no wonder that the statement was largely welcomed by trade circles in Pakistan and India Over the last five years, the bilateral trade trajectory has been volatile. From a high of $2.70 billion in 2013-14, it fell to $2.40 billion in 2017- 18. During this time, while Pakistan's exports to India were (and have been) fairly consistent, India's exports decreased. S. UBHODEEP


  6. Overall, India still manages to have a significant trade surplus with Pakistan (about $1.4 billion in 2017-18) Interestingly, these figures reflect only the direct trade between the two countries. Indirect trade (largely routed through a third country like the United Arab Emirates) is estimated by much research to be up to 10 times more exemplifying the existence of a huge bilateral trade potential, provided the tariff and non-tariff barriers are addressed and steps taken towards increasing awareness and building confidence among the trading communities UBHODEEP


  7. Developing a value chain In a highly integrated and interdependent global economy, regional value chains provide opportunities for India and Pakistan to diversify their exports and imports and intensify their integration into the global economy. Explore potential areas of increasing trade between India and Pakistan sectors such as textile and clothing, sports goods and surgical equipment UBHODEEP


  8. In textiles, while there is an existing bilateral engagement, there is potential for raw materials (raw cotton, fabric dye), grey fabric (polyester, chiffon, nylon), blended fabric(cotton-polyester-viscose blend for denim) and stitched clothes (track suits and sports wear) from Indian hubs such as Surat (Gujarat) and Tiruppur (Tamil Nadu) to Pakistan's major production centre at Faisalabad and its Lahore and Karachi markets. Similarly, from Pakistan, there is a huge demand for salwar-kameez-dupatta made of lawn fabric and wedding attire (shararas) Designs as well as the cost benefits attached with trading between India and Pakistan, there is significant scope for collaboration. about $2.3 billion. UBHODEEP


  9. Similar potential exists in sports goods. Pakistan's sports goods manufacturing sector is emerging as an original equipment manufacturer for major global brands Sialkot is a global manufacturing hub for professional-level goods such as footballs, hockey sticks, quality leather goods, and weightlifting and cycling gloves, some of which is imported by India. Also, footballs manufactured here were used in the FIFA World Cup. India can play a key role here in exporting raw material and semi-finished goods such as latex, rubber, and football bladders, which would work out to be more economical for Sialkot S. UBHODEEP


  10. In health care Value chain development in surgical instruments is another area. Pakistan's surgical instruments manufacturing industry, again based in Sialkot, is noted for its expertise. Pakistan is a major supplier of these instruments to the U.S., Germany, France and Belgium. India, on the other hand, is a large medical market which imports these instruments from these developed countries at high rates. Direct imports from Pakistan to India in this area would ensure considerable cost benefits in terms of economics and logistics. UBHODEEP


  11. Third, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) business traveller visas must be implemented in practice. There also needs to be focus on other issues such as key items in the textiles and clothing sector, border infrastructure and security, improved connectivity by sea and air, enhanced people-to-people contact and educational exchanges. Engagements at the political level will be an important factor to reinforce economic ties between the two countries. Mr. Khan's speech makes us optimistic about the future UBHODEEP