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17th June 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis.
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the Mayurbhanj ER, Mahanadi ER and Sambalpur ER in odisha. Project Objectives · To conserve and protect elephant populations and to ensure that any population remains healthy and viable within its ecosystem. · To conserve and protect the habitat of the elephant, and to reverse the deterioration of these habitats. · To conserve, protect, and open up traditional migration corridors linking the different habitats. · To create conditions, through eco-development activities, welfare measures and mitigation of elephant depredation for nurturing the traditional compassion and tolerance of the people living in and around elephant habitats. · To take concrete measures to protect the elephant from poaching and other threats. · To create viable mechanisms to ensure inter-state and inter regional coordination in protecting and conserving the elephant and its ranges. · To create infrastructure and facilities, including training of manpower, for conservation support activities, veterinary care, humane methods of tranquilising and translocation, etc. · To encourage, and create facilities for research related to the ecological significance of elephant and veterinary care of the animal. · To educate people about the ecological significance of conserving the elephants and to revive the historical reverence and compassion for elephants. · To devise strategies and programmes of providing alternative source of livelihood to craftsmen and communities adversely affected due to ban on the trade of ivory products.
Article 256 of Constitution of India – Obligation of States and the Union The executive power of every State shall be so exercised as to ensure compliance with the laws made by Parliament and any existing laws which apply in that State, and the executive power of the Union shall extend to the giving of such directions to a State as may appear to the Government of India to be necessary for that purpose. In the Republic of India, the phrase "President's rule" refers to the imposition of Article 356 of the Constitution of India on a State whose constitutional machinery has failed.
1. Project Elephant - started in 1992 with objectives - a) To protect elephants, their habitat and corridors. b) Minimize man-animal conflict. c) Welfare of elephants in captivity. 2. Art 256- obligation of union and states to ensure compliance with the rules made by parliament. 3. art 356 - provisions related to in case the state machinery fails.
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Hi jatin sir .. please mention more contents on slide so that it will be easy for us to make notes because you explain most of the things verbally ... no doubt courses are very useful
  1. Daily The Hindu News Analysis June 17, 2017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy unacademy For Editorial Analysis & English video,Visit my Unacademy Profile-

  2. Page-l:Aadhaar must for bank accounts The Govt, through a notification amending Prevention of Money-laundering (Maintenance of Records) Rules, 2005, has made it mandatory to provide Aadhaar to open a bank account and to conduct a transaction of 50,000 or more. o It says individuals who are eligible to be enrolled for an Aadhaar number need to provide that and the Permanent Account Number (PAN) to open a bank account or conduct any transaction of an amount equal to or exceeding rupees fifty thousand, whether conducted as a single transaction or several transactions that appear to be connected, or amy international money transfer operations. Small accs. not spared e The amendment also tightens the rules for small accounts, which can be opened without having officially valid KYC documents. Now such accounts can only be opened at bank branches that have core banking solutions. For Daily News & Editorial can follow me on Unacademy

  3. . Page-1: Puducherry government demands more powers. The fight between Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi and the Congress government led by Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy reached a new flashpoint with the Assembly passing a resolution urging the Union government to make amendments in the Union Territories Act to bestovw more powers on the elected government and curtail the role of the Lt. Governor. The resolution comes at a time when the Lt. Governor had made it amply clear that she was the "real administrator" and all files had to be sent to her for approval. e Sarkaria Commission, 1983: Governor should not have been politically active in the recent past.

  4. Page 2: Indian softshell turtles are protected under the Wildlife Act, 1972,as a Schedule I animal. It is an endangered species under IUCN Red List. Page 4: Elephant corridor plan hits speed breaker. . In 2010, the Odisha govt had identified 14 corridors to help the animals move without disturbance. It would not only have helped the elephants move without any disturbance, but also increase the chance of genetic diversity. The 14 corridors covered a total 870.6 sq km. Question: Elephant reserves in Odisha? For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy

  5. Page 7: ISRO set to launch back-up satellite. The PSLV C39 mission, scheduled for late July or early August, will carry the new satellite named IRNSS-IH into orbit. . IRNSS-IA is the first of the seven satellites comprising the Navigation Indian Constellation (NavlC), a multi-purpose satellite- based positioning system, envisaged as India's alternative to the American GPS. NavIC has been designed to support vehicle tracking,fleet manage- ment, disaster manage- ment and mapping services besides terrestrial, marine and aerial navigation for India and its neighbourhood The A-Train

  6. Page 1 + 10: GIM rival backs separate State . In a shot in the arm for the on-going agitation for a separate State of Gorkhaland president of the Jan Andolan Party (JAP) and prominent leader of the Darjeeling hills, Harkha Bahadur Chettri voiced his support for the movement. Mr Chettri said also he was willing to join the forum of political parties calling for a separate State including the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM). *WB Governor sends report to Centre: [Article 256,3562!!]. Could State emergency, under article 356, be imposed in one part of the State? For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy

  7. Swiss ratify pact on information sharing, Switzerland ratified Automatic Exchange of Financial Account information (AEOI) with India and 40 other jurisdictions to facilitate immediate sharing of details on suspected black money even as it sought strict adherence to confidentiality and data security. a global convention for automatic information exchange on tax matters, the Swiss Federal Council said the implementation was planned for 2018, and the first set of data should be exchanged in 2019

  8. s. Pagell:US.issuesZika advisory for lndia. The WHO, it noted, placed India as a 'Category-2' country for Zika risk. Zika-hotspot Brazil, Until April, India was a Category-4 country. which also transmits dengue and chikungunya. A Category-2, the second highest on a four-point scale and that also includes 201!5 tted within the country. .The Zika virus is transmitted through the bite of an infected Aedes aegypti, mosquito, For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  9. Page 12World News: L. Baghdadi may be dead.says Russia. 2. Crisis continues in Northern Council. . No confidence motion against Chief Minister C.V.Wigneswaran . He removed two ministers facing corruption charges and Baghdadi may be dead, Says Kussla. asked two others to proceed on leave. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy For Daily News & Editorial Analysis,you can follow me on Unacademy

  10. ,Finland assessingbasicincome schemes impact Finland is busy tracking data of 2,000 unemployed people who are paid 560 each a month under a two-year universal basic income experiment. Finland, which has a welfare system that is often cited as the most generous offered by a nation, embarked on the project after a two-year study as globalisation and the changing work environment are posing new challenges. Finland cuts an average 25% of wages as taxes, and the deductions finance the welfare benefits, including pensions and free medical treatment. But when employment contracts become short term and people get more into self-employment, administering the system will be difficult. . In India, while the Economic Survey of 2016-17 recommended universal basic income, Finance Minister recently said the proposal was not politically feasible. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy