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  1. THE HINDU Oppodtion unity on a shared vilon for SIT awaits ballistk bused reports on l6 pistos in Gauri Lankesh case Banglash detains dovens in stadent protest crackdoun nelia Grern mects India Red in Daleep Trophy opener Bs gentle colossus fades away Relentless rain savages Funeral will be hdl today: Seren-day state nxourning Only non-crngress PM to complete full terminofice Kerala; claims 9l more lives P Main" was "keted More NDRF teams rushed Navy be ans airlifting rnarexxted Mal hari Vaipayee,he on thon Kanger As one of the onding ye Dy pite the bet of Baurished, M iayw Vijayan, wha poke to in clambennd an to tooh to Sanghi's MCQ Digest 17th August, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express +PIB + others

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  5. Q Consider the following statements about the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) of India: 1. NDRF has been formed under the Disaster Management Act, 2005 2. NDRF was formed for the purpose of specialised response to both natural and man-made disasters 3. The head of the NDRF is designated as Director General, who are IPS officers on deputation from Indian police organisations Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  6. Relentless rain savages Kerala; claims 91 more lives More NDRF teams rushed: Navy begins airlifting marooned City under water: A view of the flooded Kochi on Thursday, Navy teams arrived for rescue Chief Minister Pinarayi rescue operations as fami Vijayan, who spoke to lescambered on to roofs to Wah 1 persons killed in Prime Minister Narendra escape the rising Pampa riv rain elated incidents on Modi and Ikme Minister er. Ranni, Kotenchery, Thursday, the toll in the re Rajnath Singh earlier in the Aranmula and Thiruvalla in cent rain and flood-related day seeking more Central Pathanamthita distrikct incidents across Kerala rose assistance, said the lood sit were isolated as the river to 156 More than 1.5 lakh uation was extremely breached its banks. The Na people have been shifted to grave This sort of a situation zens from Aluva, Perumba Tweve additional Nation has never been faced by thes and al Disaster Response Force State, Areas where floods Pathanamthata afer social (NDRF) teams, comprising had never occurred are wit media was flooded with dis are nessing being rushed to the State, in said ready deployed, apart from Rain to contiue contingents of the Army, The India Meteorologfcal without food, water and the Navy and the Air Force Department has warned of electricty since Wednes- A further 2, NDRF teams heavy rain for the next 48 day will be deployed in the com hours in the State. Army ing days. NDRF Director Navy and Coast Guard General Sanjay Kumar sakd teams were pressed into CONTINUO ON PAGE 10 FRONT PAGE-THE HINDU

  7. National Disaster Response Force Events such as the Gujarat Earthquakes (2001) and the Indian Ocean Tsunami (2004) and the International environment brought about the need of a comprehensive disaster management plan. This led to the enactment of the Disaster Management Act on December, 2005. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) was constituted to lay down the policies, plans and guidelines for disaster management. Disaster Management Act has statutory provisions for constitution of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) for the purpose of specialised response to natural and man-made disasters. Accordingly, in 2006 NDRF was constituted with 8 Battalions. At present, NDRF has a strength of 12 Battalions. In the beginning, the personnel of NDRF were deployed for routine law and order duties also. In a meeting of the NDMA with the Prime Minister in 2007, the need of NDRF being made a dedicated force was accepted. This led to the notification of NDRF Rules in 2008, making NDRF a dedicated force for disaster response related duties Avussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  8. NDRF BNS WITH AREA OF RESPOSIBILITYY 01 Bn, Guwahati Assam (24 Districts), Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura 02 Bn, Haringhata Sikkim, West Bengal 03 Bn, Mundali Odisha, Chhattisgarh 04 Bn, Arakkonam A 8 N Island, Kerala, Puducherry Lakshdweep, Tamil Nadu 05 Bn, Pune Maharastra, Goa 06 Bn, Vadodara Gujarat, Rajasthan, Daman Diu, Dadar Nagar Haveli 07 Bn, Bhatinda Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, J & K 08 Bn, Ghaziabad Delhi, Haryana, Utt Uttar Pradesh (02 District) 07 BN 08 BN 06 BN 01 BN 11 BN BN 02 BN 03 BN 05 BN 09 Bn, Patna Bihar, Jharkhand 10 BN 10 Bn, Vijayawada Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka 11 Bn, Varanasi Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh (73 Districts 12 Bn, Doimukh Assam (09 District), Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland A & N Islands 04 BN Lakshadweep

  9. National Disaster Response Force The responsibility for Disaster Management in India's federal system is that of the State Government. The 'nodal Ministry' in the central government for management of natural disasters is the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is under the National Disaster Management Authority, chaired by the Prime Minister. The head of the NDRF is designated as Director General. The Director Generals of NDRF are IPS officers on deputation from Indian police organisations. Director General wears the uniform and badges of rank of an army three-star general. OAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  10. Q Consider the following statements about the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) of India: 1. NDRF has been formed under the Disaster Management Act, 2005 2. NDRF was formed for the purpose of specialised response to both natural and man-made disasters 3. The head of the NDRF is designated as Director General, who are IPS officers on deputation from Indian police organisations Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1. 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  11. GOVERNMENT OF KERALA CHIEF MINISTER'S DISTRESS RELIEF FUND Home Donate Print Receipt FAQ Contaot Stand With Kerala Kerala Flood Relief Kerala is in the midst of an unprecedented flood havoc. The calamity has caused immeasurable misery and devastation Many lives were lost. Hundreds of homes were totally destroyed and many more were damaged. For the first time in history, 27 dams in the State had to be opened. Never before had the State witnessod a calamity of this scale. In the fight against the flood, we have braved the odds. Sri Pinarayi Vijayan Chief Minister Now it is our duty to help the affected rebuild their lives. The path to recovery can be long & arduous, but you can make a difference by joining the rebuilding efforts Contribute generously to the Chief Minister's Distress Reliof Fu Donate dams opened |186 lives lost | 21 landslides |20000 houses damaged 10000 km of roads destroyedl Prelir


  13. Kupee slides to a new low vs dollar Rupee slides to a SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Turkish lira also continued to RBI is trying to rescue the new low vs dollar impact all emerging market currencies. The rupee, which scenario by increasing the rates, the interventions have The rupee slid to a fresh low against the dollar on Thurs opened weaker at 70.26 been slow as it knows that de- have declined by $23 billion the top losers, shedding day as the U.S. currency con- against the dollar and pleting reserves against the in the last four months, and 14%, each. tinued to relentlessly streng slumped to an intraday low of global wave of dollar strength stood at $402.7 billion as of The rupee's fall may not then against all major 70.40, closed at 70.16, down is not going to yield much be- the week ended August 3, be as beneficial to export currencies and India's widen- 27 paise, or 0.38%. Foreign exchange reserves and Tata Steel were among ers as widely believed since ot The weak trend in the er emerging market curren- global markets along with cies were also depreciating, ing trade deficit dampened The RBI was not seen in head, commodity & curren to sup- cy, Motilal Oswal Securities.the fall in the rupee affected said Ravi Sehgal, chairman hange market. port the rupee, currency coNTINUED ON PAGE 10 investor sentiment in the of EEPC India. The recent crash of the dealers said. Though the IL BILL TO JUMP PAGE 16 equity market as well, with "Our import intensity of the 30-share Sensex losing exports is also increasing, Mr. Sehgal said, adding that short-run volatility "exacer- bates uncertainty for the 188.44 points, or 0.50%, to ose at 37,663.56. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Vedanta, HDFC, Wipro, L&T exporters." Is the $$ appreciating or revaluing? FRONT PAGE AND TENTH PAGE THE HINDU

  14. 14:03 unacademv Back to Plus Ace Economy: Prepare for High scores (PCM) Ayussh Sanghi 183k followers In this course, Ayussh will comprehensively cover Indian Economy Prelims cum Mains, which will provide a detailed understanding of the topics that will be helpful in solving subjective type questions as well as objective based questions. Next Class on 15th September - 8:30 pm Sessions Watched: 0/41

  15. REVISION QUESTION Q Consider the following statements: 1. It is a unique habitat of Mangrove Forests criss-crossed with numerous creeks and mud flats located in Odisha 2. It was designated as a Ramsar site on 2002 3. It is known for hosting a large number of Olive Ridley Turtles during its nesting season 4. A world class interpretation centre is set to be built here Which Indian National Park is being described through the statements given above? a) Bhitarkanika National Park b) Simlipal National Park c) Kanger Ghati National Park d) Chilika Lake CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  16. Odisha to showcase its biodiversity World-class interpretation centre to come up at Dangamal near Bhitarkanika Park birds, turtles, estuarine cro- codiles and countless creeks It is said to house 70% of the country's estuarine or salt water crocodiles, conserva tion of which was started way back in 1975 STAFF REPORTER BHUBANESWAR The Odisha government is setting up a world-class in- terpretation centre at Danga- mal near Bhitarkanika Na tional Park to showcase its efforts in protecting croco diles and preserving its rich mangrove diversity. Bio-shield In 1999 when coastal Odisha The project, which has been approved under the In tegrated Coastal Zone Man agement Project, will be ta ken up at an estimated cost of was battered by Super C clone, the rich mangrove for ests had then acted as a bio shield. There was very little impact of the cyclone in the mangrove-forested regions Tourist hub: The Bhitarkanika National Park is one of Odisha's finest biodiversity hotspots. FILE PHOTO 3 crore In fact, Kalibhanjdia Is- Environment learning being consulted for adding hotspots, receives close to land spread over 8.5 squar "We plan to develop the value to the project," said Su one lakh visitors every year. km, a place in Bhitarkanika, centre both as a tourist at- santa Nanda, project direc The tourist inflow has seen has attracted the attention of traction and a place for stu tor of ICZMP, Odisha. dents to learn about the en- Bhitarkanika, one of the an increase lately foreign scientists as its pos sesses 70% of the total The park is famous for its vironment. Experts are State's finest biodiversity green mangroves, migratory grove species of the world. THIRD PAGE THE HINDU

  17. Bhitarkanika National Park Bhitarkanika is represented by as many as 3 protected Areas, namely "The Bhitarkanika National Park", "The Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary" and "The Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary'". It is a unique habitat of Mangrove Forests criss-crossed with numerous creeks and mud flats located in Kendrapara district of Orissa. One of the largest Mangrove Eco systems in India, Bhitarkanika is home to diverse flora and fauna. It is a prime habitat of leopard cat, fishing cat, jungle cat, hyena, wild boar, spotted It was designated as national park on 16 September 1998 and as a Ramsar site It is known for hosting a large number of Olive Ridley Turtles during its nesting deer, sambar, porcupine, dolphin, salt water crocodile, python, king cobra, water monitor lizards, terrapin, marine turtle, kingfisher, wood pecker and migratory birds. on 19 August 2002 season known as Arribada CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  18. JHARKHAND National Parks & Sanctuaries ( of Orissa 23 WEST BENGAL Sundargarh Banki Jharsuguda Nuaparha Jale mlipal Kendujharga Debrigarlh eoga Sambal tapara Barg Khalasuni HadgarhBhadrak Ra uskh Bamu JajpurBhittarkanika CHHATTISGARH Nuaparha Satkosia Gorge Chandka dampraNandankanae OhOBHUBANESWAR Pipli Jagatsi gnpur Sunabeda Kalinga Nayagadh Pipli Mahanadi Baisipalli Chilka Kofgarh Balukhand Banapur Konarka Puri Umarkot BAY OF BENGAL Chhalrapur Lakhri Valley Kanger Ghati National Par 43 Koraput Guptesbdar Parlakimicdi Chitrakorda ANDHRA PRADESH