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15th June 2018 Part-3: Daily News Analysis course
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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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Jatin sir,kya aap mains answer writing pe ek live session kr skte ho.plzzz sir.
In Chattishgarh, percentage of workers registered is 110%....... how 110% is possible? sir, plz clarify my doubt
Jatin sir,kya aap mains answer writing pe ek live session kr skte ho.plzzz sir.
jatin sir... aapka eh class ka PDF kaise milega... coud you please guide me?
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  1. tth Back to Plus Back to Plus Integrated Indian Economy Threadbare Understanding of Indian Polity & Governance [PT+MAINS] Jatin Verma 250k followers Jatin Verma 250k followers In this course, Jatin will cover all the important aspects of Indian Economy and related Current Affairs relevant for the UPSc Civil Services Exam&other exams conducted by UPSC and the State PSC exams. This course ill also be relevant for Economy section of SSC, Banking and other Govt eams. The course wil be conducted in English and the notes wil also be provided in English. las In this course, Jatin Verma will cover all the important aspects of Indian Polity and Indian Democracy at work relevant for the UPSC Civil Services Exam, other exams conducted by UPSC and the State PSC exams. The course will be conducted in English and the notes will also be provided in English. nt Next Class on 18th June-7:00 pm Sessions Watched:0/40 ay Sessions Remaining:40 Next Class on 18th June-9:30 pm

  2. want teo he starting at thh Uneven rates The performance of States haisbeen unevendin ces co %of workers registere from employers for construction workers and in their registrations Cess collected for each worker per year Among major States, only 3 Karnataka, Maharashtra & Haryana collected cess more than 1,000 for each worker per year Chhattisgarh with 110% and West Bengal with 73%, have high levels of worker registration re he e ar k h ent The worst performers are Manipur ( 113.86), Jharkhand ( 34.82) and Tamil Nadu (135.84) Large states with low levels of registration include Himachal Pradesh (4%), Assam (10%) and Maharashtra (14%) 113 3,852 3% 125% tis that

  3. want teo he starting Page 11 News: Couples in live-in relations cannot adopt, says CARA IGSM-2: Policy- Regulations] . The nodal body for adoption in the country has barred partners in live-in relationships from at thh adopting a child on the ground that cohabitation without marriage is not considered a stable family The Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) permits a single woman to adopt a child of any In case an applicant is married, both spouses must give their consent for adoption and should be in a in India he gender, while single men can adopt only boys stable marriage for at least two years. . Candidates must be physically fit, financially sound, mentally alert and highly motivated to adopt a child, as per the Adoption Regulations 2017. Foreign agency approval In the cases of single PAP (prospective adopting parent) in a live-in relationship with a partner will u ent not be considered eligible to adopt a child and their registration through the AFAAs (authorised foreign adoption agencies) will not be considered for approval Live-in relationship cases involved foreign applicants and the status of their relationship came to the fore when a team from a partner agency paid them a visit to prepare a home study report to determine their suitability for adoption stay tis

  4. want teo he starting Page 11 News: Couples in live-in relations cannot adopt, says CARA (contd. Rationale behind the decision: .In India, a live-in relationship is not considered a stable family and we need to ensure the best at thh interest of the child is served To a question on what happens if a single parent decides to enter into a live-in relationship after Padopting a child heFuture can't be predicted but at the time of assessing a candidate's suitability the requirement is a stable family. 'Not a sin' e ar k h ent The Supreme Court has on several occasions said that a live-in relationship is neither a crime or a sin Last month, the Supreme Court had said that adult couples have the right to live together even if they were not married. The legislature recognised live-in relationships through the provisions under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 Under the Act, women in a live-in relationship have been accorded protection as it allows females living with a male person in a relationship in the nature of marriage to file a complaint of domestic violence . . stay tis that

  5. want teo he starting Page 11 News: MEA holds multi-agency meet IGSM-3: Economy Economic Offences] Officials from the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate on Thursday attended a multi-agency meeting held by the Ministry of External Affairs on preparations for extradition of fugitive economic offenders, particularly diamond merchant Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi. Among those present at the meeting were officials from the Ministry of Home Affairs. They discussed at thh e various measures to ensure expeditious extradition of the wanted persons and reviewed the he developments in the case. Current whereabouts In the case of Mr. Modi, the investigating agencies are yet to establish his current whereabouts through Interpol. He is now suspected to be in Brussels (Belgium) and probe agencies may soon contact the authorities there. e ar ent is subsequent movements are not yet clear. The fugitive businessman was earlier travelling o Indian passport, which had been revoked by the MEA in February. The agencies, it is learnt, have been u told that upon revocation of passports in such cases, a communication is usually sent to all the countries informing them of the decision. However, there is no system of real-time data sharing on passport revocations n an stay s the passport-carrying a valid visaremains in the person's possession, the accused may still be able to use it for further travels. It happens mostly because there is no global integrated data mechanism to keep an updated record of passport revocations in different countries," said an official tis

  6. Page 11 News: Govt. to end use of speed governors Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said that the Union government is likely to revoke the mandatory requirement of speed governors for commercial vehicles, imposed last year, . Now, what Governor is this? at thh eA speed governor is installed in a vehicle to bring its maximum speed down to 80 km per hour. In he May last year, the government made it mandatory for all commercial vehicles to have a speed governor following an order from the Karnataka High Court. To effect the change, the Ministry will have to amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules. The government has made it mandatory for manufacturers to equip cars, from July 2019, with speed alarms which will be activated after 80 kmph. e ar k h ent tis that

  7. want teo he starting Page 11 News: Govt. extends sale of pre-GST goods till July 31 . Sale of pre-Goods and Service Tax packaged goods has now been allowed with stickers of revised at thh rates till July 31 The Consumer Affairs Ministry said the deadline has been extended on request made by manufacturers, packers and importers. re The details such as 'country of origin' should be mandatorily declared along with other he declarations, including 'best before use' or 'use by date or expiry date', the Ministry added. PTI e ar k h ent tis that

  8. want teo he starting Page 12 World: 'N. Korea sanctions to remain until total denuclearisation. IGS Mains Paper-2: International Relations] The U.S. Secretary of State said tough sanctions will remain on North Korea until its complete at thh denuclearisation,, apparently contradicting the North's view that the process agreed at this week's summit would be phased and reciprocal dent Trump has been incredibly clear about the sequencing of denuclearisation and relief from hethe sanctions," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters after meeting South Korea's President and Japan's Foreign Minister in Seoul. .'Step-by-step' e ar k h ent North Korean state media reported that Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump had recognised the principle of "step-by-step and simultaneous action" to achieve peace and denuclearisation on the Korean peninsula However, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the world, through the summit, had escaped the un threat of war. "What's most important was that the people of the world, including those in the United States, Japan and Koreans, have all been able to escape the threat of war, nuclear weapons and missiles," Mr. Moon told Mr. Pompedo Mr. Pompeo insisted North Korea was committed to giving up its nuclear arsenal but said it would "be a process, not an easy one". tis

  9. want teo he starting Page 12 World: 'N. Korea sanctions to remain until total denuclearization (contd. Speaking later in the day in Beijing, Mr. Pompeo said China, Japan and South Korea all acknowledged a corner had been turned on the Korean peninsula issue, but that all three had also acknowledged sanctions remain in place until denuclearisation is complete. "China has reaffirmed at thh . ts commitment to honouring the UN Security Council resolutions. Those have mechanisms for relief contained in them, and we agreed that at the appropriate time hethose would be considered," Mr. Pompeo said, standing next to the Chinese government's top diplomat, State Councilor Wang Yi. But we have made very clear that the sanctions and the economic relief that North Korea will receive will only happen after the full denuclearisation." e ar k h ent . "Reasonable concerns Mr. Wang said China had consistently supported the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula but that it was impossible to solve the issue overnight. "At the same time, we believe North Korea'sur reasonable security concerns should be resolved tis that

  10. Page 12 World: U.K. slammed over migrants issue at thh The British government has been accused of "cruel", "inappropriate" and "heavy handed" tactics over its use of legislation designed to be used against criminals and terrorists to prevent over 1,000 highly skilled migrants, including doctors, lawyers, IT technicians and engineers many from Indiafrom settling in the U.K. and threatening them with deportation. p. It has been urged to consider compensation. The issue was raised in a Westminster Hall debate in he the House of Commons - where MPs are able to raise issues of concern to them and press the re government for a response-by Alison Thewliss, the Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow Central, who pointed to the use of the controversial clause 322(5) of Britain's immigration system to deny those who had made amendments to their tax returns and income statements the right to remain in Britairn The migrants were treated as a "threat to national security" despite many of the cases involving nothing but an "honest mistake" and the tax authorities viewing the matter as closed She pointed to a number of cases where the Home Office decisions had been overruled in courts. One MP highlighted an instance where two individuals who had only made errors of 1.20 (R108) and 1.60 ( 45) had faced refusals using this legislation. k h ent tis

  11. want teo he starting Page 13 Business: Federal Reserve lifts rates amid stronger inflation in U.S.. drops crisis-era guidance IGS Mains-3: Economy and Prelims] .The Federal Reserve raised interest rates, a move that was widely expected but still marked a at thh milestone in the U.S. central bank's shift from policies used to battle the 2007-2009 financial crisis mand recession In raising its benchmark overnight lending rate a quarter of a percentage point to a range of 1.75% . he to 2%, the Fed dropped its pledge to keep rates low enough to stimulate the economy "for some time" and signalled it would tolerate inflation above its 2% target at least through 2020. "The economy is doing very well," Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said in a press conference after the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee released its unanimous policy statement after the end of a two-day meeting. "Most people who want to find jobs are finding them. Unemployment and inflation are low The overall outlook for growth remains favorable." He added that continued steady rate increases would nurture the expansion, as the Fed approaches a u sort of sweet spot with its employment and inflation goals largely met, the economy withstanding higher borrowing costs and no sign of a spike in inflation. Economic expansion: The ongoing economic expansion coupled with solid job growth has pushed the Fed to raise rates seven times since late 2015, rendering the language of its previous policy statements outdated. . e ar ent . tis

  12. tart in Page 13 Business: WPI inflation at 14-month high in Ma of petrol and diesel, prompting industry to demand action from policymakers to keep fuel prices under me The wholesale price index (WPD-based inflation stood at 3. 18% in April and 2.26% in May last year. .p According to government data released on Thursday, inflation in food articles was at 1.60% in May he 2018 against 0.87% in the preceding month. Inflation in fuel and power, basket rose sharply to 5 11.22% in May from 1.85% in April as prices of domestic fuel increased in line with rising global crude oil rates