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16th January, 2017: (Hindi) Editorial Analysis of The Hindu and other Newspapers
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Today's lesson covers the Editorials from The Hindu, Indian Express and LiveMint. The topics discussed are- e-cigarettes, Bihar boat tragedy and disaster management, Water as a strategic resource and powers of LG of Delhi and UTs

Deepanshu Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepanshu Singh
Faculty- Indian Polity and Current Affairs| UPSC CSE Reserve list 2015| Consultant-G.O.I. Loves Geography Teaching since 2015

Unacademy user
if they will ask which stage has 2n '4c and options are g1,g2,s and m then the and will be?
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
All stages has 2n only chromosomal content will change in s and G2 phase
Kavi Sanjay Katna
8 months ago
mam chromosomal content will change or DNA content will change ?
Kavi Sanjay Katna
8 months ago
or agar hme only one option choose krna hai k DNA content double hoga to its s phase na... not G2 phse?
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sir if nicotine is considered as poison in punjab , is it legal to get it without any prescription?
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Thank you for Adding picture in slides. Making more interesting .
Please start analysis of contemporary issues once again.
  1. HINDI EDITORIAL ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPERS IN LESS THAN 1O MINUTES 16th January,207 Presented E 16thJanuary, 2017 Deepanstau Sgh chrome

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  3. EDITORIALS COVERED IN TODAY'S LESSON The Hindu . Smoking e-cigarettes is injurious to health . Drowned by state failure Indian Express In fact: Delhi, Puducherry, different LGs, varying powers Livemint Water as a force for peace

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  6. injurious to health What is this article is about? E-Cigarettes and there is no evidence to prove that they really are a solution for quitting smoking or harmful E-cigarettes: o Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), the most common prototype of which are e-cigarettes, are to the health. for people trying to quit smoking They contain nicotine and no tobacco they are projected as tobacco cessation, products but there is no strong evidence to say so. o Research and Markets Report on E-cigarette Market in India 2014.2018) projects the compound annual growth rate of the Indian e-cigarette industry at 63.38 per cent E-cigarettes do not fall within the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 2003 (COTPA), which mandates stringent health warnings on the packaging and advertisements of tobacco products, because they contain only nicotine.

  7. A Survey of e-cigarettes and its warnings: o This survey is about ecommerce websites which sells e-cigarettes and whether they have published warnings about it. Warnings: 1.addictive properties of nicotine 2.possibilities of the product exploding WARNING! 3.accidental consumption of the liquid inside the e-cigarette, which leads to death. o 50 % of the ecommerce sites-have no health warnings on the consumption of e-cigarettes 30 %-display warnings in an inaccessible manner. <not displaying in the description part> Why this is important for India? In India,number of smokers is on the decline according to WHO Global Report, 2015 and it increases the possibility of e-cigarettes becoming a gateway for smoking by inducing nicotine addiction and making smoking attractive o Global Adult Tobacco Survey 2009-2010 suggests that tobacco control laws, particularly the pictorial health warnings and advertisements, mandated under COTPA, have been highly effective in increasing awareness of the health risks of tobacco More than 70 per cent of persons surveyed noticed health warnings on cigarettes, while approximately a quarter thought of quitting on seeing this warning This has been accepted by WHO.

  8. What did our Government do? Our response was slow. as slow. o 2014-first declaration to ban e-cigarettes containing nicotine POISON But only few states have implemented the ban o Maharashtra-banned it since it is an unapproved drug Kerala 0 ,Karnataka Punjab-classified nicotine as poison -Each state is approaching its own way and no uniform way to deal with the problem which is only compounding the issue and highlighting the fact that we are at delay in dealing with a serious problem. What should the government do? o First is Regulation-the Indian government should impose appropriate restrictions on the sale and advertisement, online and otherwise, of e-cigarettes, including proper health warnings Second is commission independent scientific research on the benefits and risks posed by these products in the Indian context.On basis of this research,government should classify ecigarettes.

  9. LIVEMINT: WATER AS A FORCE FOR PEACE GS-1/2 The growing recognition of water's strategic relevance reflects global developments New UN Secy. Gen taking over at the time of changing global dynamics-notions about peace and conflict are undergoing a subtle change. o protecting and sharing natural resources, particularly water, is critical to peace and security- With UN-holding the first-ever official debate on water, peace and security. Thegrowing recognition of water's strategic relevance The Islamic State IS captured the Tabqa, Tishnn, Mosul, and Fallujah dams on the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers- using them to flood or starve downstream populations, to pressure them to surrender. Extremist groups in South Asia have also threatened to attack water infrastructure o State actors too can use water resources to gain a strategic advantage (Indus waters, China-India Brahmaputra etc.) o The importance of water in the 21st century Comparable to that of oil in the 20th can hardly be overstated-as it doesnt have an alternative like Natural gas renewables for Oil. Industry, agriculture drinking etc. no alternatives. Trade-Rio Chagres-is vitally important, as it feeds the Panama Canal, through which 50% of the trade between Asia and the Americas flows, Risk of takeover by Rogue forces, Malacca strait, south china sea etc.

  10. Col n Cativa Buena Vista isla Barro Escobal Parque Nacional Soberonia ipo San Miguelit Panama City Arraijan So how do we protect this resource? o Global pow ers, with their considerable influence, to negotiate short-term ceasefires in areas experiencing protracted conflict, specifically to repair and restore water systems o UN Security Council will have to declare water a "strategic resource of humanity" and adopt a resolution to protect water resources and installations, similar to Resolution 2286, adopted last May to protect medical facilities in armed conflicts o In the longer term, countries that share riparian systems will need to establish regional security arrangements to preserve and protect their resources. Measures like the Blue Fund, for the Congo Basin, to mitigate climate change, create new avenues of river-based employment, and promote collective security in an unstable region can be replicated for other countries- world's 263 shared river basins and lakes

  11. IE: IN FACT: DELHI, PUDUCHERRY, DIFFERENT LGs, VARYING POWERS GS-2 o The LG of Delhi enjoys greater powers than the LG of Puducherry o The LG of Delhi has "Executive Functions" that allow him to exercise his powers in matters connected to public order, police and land "in consultation with the Chief Minister, if it is so provided under any order issued by the President under Article 239 of the Constitution o The powers of the LG of Puducherry are different from the ones of the LG of Delhi, the other UT that has an elected legislature and government. o While the LG of Delhi is also guided by the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Act, 1991, and the Transaction of Business of the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Rules, 1993, the LG of Puducherry is guided mostly by the Government of Union Territories Act, 1963 o Constitutional provisions- Articles 239 and 239AA of the Constitution, as well as the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Act, 1991, clearly underline that Delhi is a UT, where the Centre, whose eyes and ears are the LG, has a much more prominent role than in Puducherry. The Government of Union Territories Act, 1963 provides for a Legislative Assembly of Pondicherry o Section 18 of the Act- "may make laws for the whole or any part of the Union Territory with respect to any of the matters enumerated in the State List or the Concurrent List" section 44 of the Act, the Council of Ministers headed by a Chief Minister will "aid and advise the Administrator in the exercise of his functions in relation to matters with respect to which the Legislative Assembly of the Union Territory has power to make laws.