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15th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(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, Q1) Can a member who has been expelled from a party join another party without attracting schedule 10?? Q2) Can a member vote freely if no whip is issued, even if it goes against the stand of his party?? Would be really great ful if you could answer these two questions.
Sir, Q1) Can a member who has been expelled from a party join another party without attracting schedule 10?? Q2) Can a member vote freely if no whip is issued, even if it goes against the stand of his party?? Would be really great ful if you could answer these two questions.
Sir, Q1) Can a member who has been expelled from a party join another party without attracting schedule 10?? Q2) Can a member vote freely if no whip is issued, even if it goes against the stand of his party?? Would be really great ful if you could answer these two questions.
Sir, Q1) Can a member who has been expelled from a party join another party without attracting schedule 10?? Q2) Can a member vote freely if no whip is issued, even if it goes against the stand of his party?? Would be really great ful if you could answer these two questions.
Sir, Q1) Can a member who has been expelled from a party join another party without attracting schedule 10?? Q2) Can a member vote freely if no whip is issued, even if it goes against the stand of his party?? Would be really great ful if you could answer these two questions.
  1. EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 15th June THE HINDU unacademy


  2. The changing nature of violence Suspense continues: on TN MLAs' disqualification case ASSEMBLY LACTION Decongesting our cities S. UBHODEEP


  3. MLAs' disqualification case Anti-defection law was passed by parliament in 1985 and reinforced in 2002. -The 52nd Amendment to the Constitution included the 10th Schedule A member of parliament or state legislature was deemed to have defected if he either voluntarily resigned from his party or disobeyed the directives of the party leadership on a vote. When a member abstains vote in the House contrary to any direction of suclh party. .If the independent members join a political party. Nominated members should choose to join a party within six months. After 6 months, they were treated as an independent member or a party member. UBHODEEP


  4. The changingnature of violence Islands apart: on India-Maldives ties + Decorgesting our cities S. UBHODEEP


  5. Context Mal on a collision course with New Delhi Hostile Ties b/w two - benefit of neither Iran Pakist China ASIA Oman India Myanmar Arabian Sea Bay of Bengal i Lanka Indian Ocean MALDIVES Equator- S. UBHODEEP


  6. Bone Of Contention: India criticised the government for its imprisonment of former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom and Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed, sentenced to 19 months in prison for an alleged plot to unseat India called - the trial a shame, saying the sentencing put a question mark on the credibility of the presidential election process. UBHODEEP


  7. Series of setbacks in India-Maldives ties -2015 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi cancelled a visit ina show of disapproval of the treatment of Mohamed Nasheed, then in prison facing treason and terror charges. India has called out many actions of Mr. Yameen's government, sng the conduct of polls, including the conduct of polls, treatment of the judiciary and, declaration of a state of emergency. Also rejected Mr. Yameen's offer to send an envoy to explain his decision Maldives has conveyed to India that it will not extend beyond June 30 the lease of Indian helicopters or the visas of personnel manning them. Downturn in defence cooperation between the two countrie which normally coordinate maritime and EEZ UBHODEEP


  8. New moulding relations with China Strengthened relationship with China, Mr. Yameen showed no inclination to heed India's advice Strain evident in two areas where India-Maldives ties had been the strongest: strategic relations and people-to-people engagement. Hundreds of Indians offered employment in the Maldives at resorts, hospitals and colleges have been denied work visas for the past few months UBHODEEP


  9. Need India's vocal protests on democratic rights in the Maldives have been at variance with the past policy of taking a more muted line in public while encouraging democracy in official conversations. "India has been the first port of call in crisis for Maldivian leaders; when Mr. Nasheed was deposed in 2012, it was at the Indian embassy that he sought refuge. UBHODEEP


  10. a The changing nature of violence The changing nature of violence Decongesting our cities S. UBHODEEP


  11. Industry vs. environment Thoothukudi - pollution issues, from Sterlite's copper smelters Tanneries spewing effluents in Kanpur, to the iron mines in Goa today. Mother of all environmental tragedies remains the Bhopal Gas Tragedy of 1984. Caste conflicts Dalit uprising; farmers' woes across the country; the rape of young women and children; issues revolving around tradition versus modernity; the outsider versus insider syndrome, especially in the Northeast. S. UBHODEEP


  12. Nature of Protest: Qualitative difference from the past is that protests today are beginning to embrace entire communities. Agitations-tend to be 'leaderless'. This is both a strength and weakness. Governments and even tribunals are today viewed by protesters with deep suspicion. Contrary judgments at different times by the High Courts and the Supreme Court have hardly helped. UBHODEEP


  13. Need: Authorities : failed to understand was the metastasising nature of the protests and signs of the growing revolt of an 'underclass' against the so-called 'elite' The police must develop 'smart tactics' to deal with popular unrest and threats of the new era Authorities : remain prisoners to Newton's Third Law. This is no longer a valid proposition. Physics today incorporates quantum mechanics which describes a micro-world of uncertainty and ambiguity. Need to revamp intelligence and introduction of new methods to overcome the lacunae in intelligence collection S. UBHODEEP


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