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15th September 2017 Part-1:Daily News Analysis
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Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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good morning ma'am.......I want to ask ....if you allow me
1.b 2.b 3.d is by secret ballot, party whip is not applicable 5 In the Champaran district of Bihar, the cultivators were forced by Europeans to grow indigo, a blue dye, and this imposed on them untold sufferings. They could not grow the food they needed, nor did they receive adequate payment for the indigo. no tropical lene passes thru hokkaido
Hungry Lion
2 years ago
could u plz xplain me 2nd qust.
Pranjal mishra
2 years ago
Also Champaran cause- Tinkathia System ( 15% of land bound by law to plant indigo)
Hungry Lion
2 years ago
bcoz of artificial german die
Rohit Jain
2 years ago
soil als lost its fertility after growing indio
Shilpa Verma
2 years ago's by mistake.. sorry
Nidhi Mishra
2 years ago
now it is correct.
Akash rathore
2 years ago
1 . b,c,d
चंपारण सत्याग्रह में बिहार के किसानो से नील की खेती से उनकी जमीन बंजर हो गयी थी और किसान आगे से नील की खेती नहीं करना चाहते थे ,लेकिन उनको अंग्रेजो के द्वारा मजबूर किया जा रहा था , नील की खेती करने के लिए I
no party whip is issued in presidential election and there is secret ballot
Raja yoga, karma yoga, jnana yoga , the east and the west, my master, etc are the books written by swami vivekananda ji
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS from THE HINDU 15th September 2017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy

  2. News Articles to be discussed. I. N. Korea: Japan draws in India 2. HC bars floor test in T.N.Assembly till Sept. 20 3 'Fly on train from Mumbai by 2022. [Technology angle: Maglev]. 4. Japan calls for 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy'. 5. China endorses crackdown on Rohingya. 6. IPSOS Survey: Global Views on Immigration and the Refugee Crisis. 7. Suzuki to invest R3,900 crore in Gujarat for third car plant. 8. Govt. committee to review exporters, $10 bn.-problem News Editorials. I. At home and in the world- On Rohingya crisis 2. Creating corridors of certainty 3. Good and simple tax

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  4. UPSC Previous years Questions(CDS/CAPF/IAS) on topics discussed yesterday: Ql.Which of the following is a function of stem cells? a) To fight against infections b) To produce all the cell types in the body c) It is a specialized cell d) To make copies of itself Q2. Which part of body can stem cells be obtained from? a) Embryo or tissues in body b) Tissues in body c) Heart d) Brain

  5. Q.Which of the following cells can be created from embryonic stem cells? a) Brain cells b) Heart cells c) Skin cells d) All types of specialised cells. In Presidential elections Whether vote is by Secret ballot or not? Whether Party whip is applicable or not? Q. Champaran Satyagarha Reason? Q. Book(s) written by Swami Vivekananda

  6. Page-l: N. Korea:Japan draws in India Strategic Convergence: Displaying strategic convergence, India and Japan asked North Korea to shut down its nuclear and missile programmes. Both sides also hinted at Pakistan's past involvement with North Korean nuclear and missile programmes and sought accountability of "all parties" who helped Pyongyang acquire nuclear technology even as Japan promised to help India deal with cross-border terrorism Japan's concerns over the recent test of a hydrogen bomb by Pyongyang, which also fired a long- range missile over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido on August 29 High-level sources hinted that Mr.Abe's speech, which draws India into the escalating crisis over North Korean nuclear tests, reflects India's growing "aspiration" to play a role befitting New Delhi's rising status. Both sides also pledged to mount pressure on North Korea. A Joint statement issued after the summit sought the implementation of Resolution 1267 of the UN Security Council to counter cross-border terrorism

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  8. Page-l: HC bars floor test in T.N.Assembly till Sept. 20 Mr. S Palaniswami government, claiming that it had lost its majority in view of the 19 MLAs expressing their lack of confidence in the Chief Minister. The judge added that the floor test could be conducted only after obtaining suit- able orders from the court on September 20. n, in his petition, had sought a direction to the Governor to order a floor test for the Page-6: Farmers call off stir on loan waiver issue. Farmers in the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan, largely comprising Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Churu districts, called off their 13-day-long agitation after the BJP government agreed to waive crop loans up to Rs. 50,000 and appointed a committee to study the procedure adopted in other States for its replication here. Charter of demands:The I-point charter of demands raised the issues of crop loan waiver of Rs. 49,500 crore, procurement of crops at minimum support price, removal of restrictions on the sale of cattle, implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report, free electricity for agriculture and increasing farmers' pension from Rs. 500 to Rs. 5,000 per month

  9. Page-11:'Fly' on train from Mumbai by 2022 A Strong India is in Japan's interest and a strong Japan is India's interest Our PM and his Japanese counterpart laid the foundation stone in Ahmedabad for the country's first Rs. 1,10,000 crore, 508 km high-speed rail project between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Financial aspect: The ambitious project is being implemented with nearly 90% financial support and technology from Japan. Technical Aspect: To be built on elevated corridor with a seven-km undersea tunnel in Mumbai, the project will be based on the famed Japanese Shinkansen high-speed railway system witha record of zero casualties in its 50 years of operation Ambitious deadline to complete the project on August 15, 2022 when India marks 75 years of Independence.The project will be executed through a special purpose vehicle, the National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd.

  10. Technology angle: Maglev is short for Magnetic Levitation in which trains float on a guideway using the principle of magnetic repulsion. Each magnet has two poles. Now if you play with two magnets, you'll realize that opposite poles attract, whereas similar poles repel. Magnetic levitation, maglev, or magnetic suspension is a method by which an object is suspended with no support other than magnetic fields Magnetic force is used to counteract the effects of the gravitational acceleration and any other accelerations The two primary issues involved in magnetic levitation are Lifting forces: providing an upward force sufficient to counteract gravity, and Stability: ensuring that the system does not spontaneously slide or flip into a configuration where the lift is neutralized.

  11. Page-ll: Japan calls for'Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy'. Japan's diplomacy with India during Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's latest visit, highlighted the country's intensifying focus on the Indo-Pacific region and Tokyo's evolving foreign policy. Indian and Pacific and "two The 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy' rests on "two oceans" continents"Africa and Asia. Japan government's laid out the overarching nature of the new concept, "Free and Open Indo- Pacific Strategy" that aims to prepare Japan to deal with the fast changing global and regional order and threats from China and North Korea New Japanese strategy will build peace pro-actively, based on "diplomacy that takes a panoramic view of the world map". The strategy aims to create a "free and open" Asia-Pacific region which connects parts of eastern Africa, south Asia and southeast Asia with the western Pacific Ocean region and Japan. Under this strategy, Japan will expand infrastructure, development, trade and investment, and enhance business environment and human development from East Asia as a starting point, to the Middle East and Africa.

  12. Analysis: By connecting "two oceans" and two continents", Japan is quietly challenging China's aggressive plans in the South China Sea that pose a threat to the energy lane that sustains Japanese economy The government of Japan believes that connectivity between Asia and Africa through a free and open Indo-Pacific, is expected to support stability and prosperity of the region. East Africa: Cyaan KcHHja Pyaauma bypyiup

  13. On Refugee crisis and in-migration As the refugee crisis continues, the lpsos research shows that a narrow majority still believe they should keep their borders open to refugees, however many still have serious security concerns. Four in ten (39%) on average want to close their borders to refugees entirely (no change from 2016) while half (51%) disagree. Those in Turkey (63%) and Hungary (61%) are most likely to agree to such a move with those in Japan (21 %) and Mexico (22%) least likely. Three in five (59%) on average think terrorists are pretending to be refugees to get into their country.This belief is highest in Turkey and Russia (82% in both) while lowest in Spain (19%) and Serbia (36%). A majority of people (53%) world-wide believe most refugees coming to their country are not really refugees, but economic migrants. Only 43% on average are confident that refugees coming to their country will successfully integrate into their country, with Serbia (70%) and Peru (65%) being most confident.

  14. Most countries are concerned about immigration placing pressure on public services. In 17 of the 25 countries surveyed at least half said they agreed immigration is placing too much pressure on national public services The higher the proportion of immigrants, the better the natives' view about them Bigger the better The higher the proportion of immigrants, the better the natives' view about them. Some nations with a low opinion about migrants also have a meagre immigrant population 50 India U.K. 40 Saudi Arabia: Australia Mexico Canada 30 U.S Turkey taly Sweden India is an outlier. Though immigrants form a small component of the populace, natives' opinion of them is relatively high Germany Belgium Hungary Russia 0 10 15 20 25 30 35 % of foreign born population

  15. | s. Business Page-13: Suzuki to invest 3,900 crore in Gujarat for third car plant Car Production facility: Japanese auto giant Suzuki Motor Corp. announced fresh investments of about 3,900 crore in Gujarat to add a third car production plant at the Hansalpur facility. This will take the Japanese firm's total investment in the facility to about 3,400 crore An investment of 9,600 crore was committed earlier for setting up two plants besides an engine and transmission production unit. .Employment Potential: It expects to generate employment for 10,000 people, including suppliers, with the new investment. It will also construct a hospital and school near the Hansalpur facility. The Hansalpur-based plant is Suzuki Motor Corp's first wholly-owned car plant in India Lithium ion Battery unit for Hybrid vehicles: The company, along with its partners Toshiba and Denso, will also invest $180 million (about 1,150 crore) in a separate unit to manufacture lithium ion batteries. The lithium ion batteries plant is expected to go operational by 2020 The batteries will be used for "hybrid vehicles manufactured in India and the company would export these genuinely manufactured-in-India vehicles to international market.

  16. Business Page 14: Govt. committee to review exporters $10 bn-problem. A government panel headed by the Revenue Secretary will meet on September 19 to resolve a $10 billion-problem, troubling India's exporters and its potential adverse impact on jobs. 'Committee on Exports'- set up on September 12 to address exporters' concerns over the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime would, among other things, take up the issue of "inordinate delay in refund of GST to exporters" and the consequent blockage of working capital that is severely affecting exporters' liquidity and enhancing their tax burden. Tax credit refund: Exporters were expecting that the Integrated GST (IGST) refund or refund of input tax credit (ITC) would be available to them in August, 2017 for the exports made during July However, since the filing of (GST returns) GSTR-1,2 and 3 for July has been extended till October 10, October 31 and November 10, respectively, exporters will not be able to get the refund by November. Since exporters would have to wait till around December (considering 15 days for issuance of acknowledgement and another seven days for getting provisional refund of 90% of the total refund claim) for availing refund of the GST on exports, it would mean that they would have to arrange funds from their own sources to pay GST for the July-October period The blocked amount for the four months time is estimated to be about $10 billion.