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19th July {Mains Perspective} (in Hindi)
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  1. THEHINDU THURSDAY,JULY19 Goode hned S5.1 billn Rishahh Pant, Kuldlecp exIAF chief SP. Tyagi Page 7 inam Cngs Goge Fage to Lok Sabha to debate TDPs no-trust motion tomorrow Speaker notice ven Vijay awada MP 268 Kesineni Sriivas strength of the Houne le Lok Sabha Speaker Sunstr droce motion to deftate the eaned bapped unde M Mahgjan fond Friday or be clear thul the Opposition nough water to meet TN. neds, says Kumaasye This is the rst th the ground thut his wa the Allance DA). The Cn lace such a mtion WheWhde the TPhas been claimed tat it has the Aiknd how the Conge position MPs in the as ses aspecial palge or AndThe eire N is ned bers o defeat the ileeping asks apex .rt don too, the Speaker did nos Pradesh sther Oppoition and we w facr the no-con mnLk choirpeon So ave for them so be ta prties hne a variety of idence moc. In fact, we nia Candhi anked reporters n up as the suppot of S0 olints agi the are hopetal of getting sup Who sa we don't have the nsaet rlKarnataka CM been the happiest develop members co ddnit be aser gamusest. Sanghi's MCQ Digest 19th July, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express +PIB + others

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  5. 'Nobody has an exclusionary right of temple entry Why should menstruation be a reason for keeping women out, asks SCjudge ir keeping women out,asks SCjudge All eyes on SC The chronology of the long-standing petition in the Supreme Court against the restriction on women aged between 10 and 50 from entering the Sabarimala temple in Kerala: from entering and offering worship in a temple opened In a public place of wor for the public.. The prohibi ship, a woman can enter, tion in Sabarimala is discrim where a man can go. What ination not just on gender KRISHNADAS RAJACOPAL 2008: On March 7, a Bench of Justices S.B.Sinha and VS. Sirpurkar referred the case to a three-judge Bench The case lay in cold storage lies to a man, applies toa but sex. Menstruating wo- woman," Chief Justice Misra men are viewed as polluted, 2016: On April 13, a Bench of Justices Dipak Misra, V. Gopala Gowda and Kurian Joseph heard a batch ed on Wednesday in Ms. Jaising submitted. Paper I - Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India. the Sabarimaa temple entry case Justice D.Y. Chandrachud said women and their physi He was leading a Constu ological phenomena are tion Bench hearing the ques reations of God. If not God, tion whether the fundamen of nature. tal right of women to pray at "A woman is a creation of 1991: in S the place of their choice can God, if you don't believe in vesus the Secretary be discriminated against God, then of nature. Why Travancore case, the Kerala Her claims led to a furore,classification by which solely based "on a biological should this (menstruation High Court upheld the State's factor (menstruation) exclu be a reason for exclusion for b sive to the female gender. employment or worship or 2016: On April 25, senior advocate K.K. Venugopal, Mahendran sanctorum and touched therepresenting the Devaswom, dol of the deity in Sabarimala. said, "There is a reasonable Paper I - Role of women and women's organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues urbanization, their problems and their remedies certain class of women are excluded. The SC enquired if the defence was implying that ban on menstruating women gainst the actor from entering the temple. The for 15 unchallenged 2006: A 2006: Kannada actor had entered the sanctum PIL against the Kerala HC order was filed by the India Young Lawyers Association, contending tht 2017: On Oct. 13, the SC the ban violated constitutional referred the Sabarimala case The Kerala government anything." he said. with purity of women pointed out to the Bench He quoted Article 25 a that the State supported en which mandates freedom of try of women into the Sabari conscience and right to prac mala temple. In 2016, the tise religion. "All persons are State had opposed it in the equally entitled to freedom Jayamala claimed she to the Constitution Bench of conscience and the right Justice Chandrachud Justice Rohinton Nariman, du Places of Public Worship also on the Bench, observed Authorisation of Entry) Senior advocate Indira freely to profess, practise observed. Chief Justice Misra point that the Constitution upheld Rules, 1965 allows a Jaising, for the petitioners, and propagate religion. argued that "religion is are This means your right as ed out that there were many the ideals of liberty of gious denomination" to ban lationship between you and a woman to pray is not even temples which allowed visi- thought, expression, belief entry of women between the your creator. dependent on a legislation.It and faith, be it for man or age of 10 to 50. She said the discrimination was a viola- tors only up to a certain There s nothing in is your constitutional right. poin, but there are none woman. health, morality or publicr Nobody has an exclusionary which ban entry to the tem M.Jaising submitted that tion of the rights to equality der that prevents a woman right of entry to a temple," ple in total Rule 3 (b) of the Kerala Hin and gender justice. SEVENTH PAGE- THE HINDU

  6. 'India for long-term partnership with Iran' Ties not dependent on third country, V.K. Singh tells LS with Iran stand on their own and are not influenced by In dia's relations with any third country," he informed the Lok Sabha, indicating that India intends to continue all aspects of bilateral ties with Iran, despite pressure from the U.S KALLOL BHATTACHERJEE NEW DELH India is engaged with Iran for a "long-term partner- ship" on energy trade, and for operating the port of Chabahar, Minister of State for External Affairs General (Retd.) V. K. Singh informed the Lok Sabha on Wednes Paper II Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India's interests. High-level talks The declaration of Indias Speaking in response to a question on the impact of U.S.-Iran tensions overI V.K. Sing!h dia, the Minister said that the Iranian nuclear issue long term partnership in ties came a day after U.S. As- should be resolved peaceful energy; deepening of trade sistant Secretary for ly and that India's ties with and investment coopera Terrorist Financing Marshall Tehran are not dependent tion; and early and full oper Billingslea met Foreign Se on a third country. "long-term partnership with Iran over energy and in frastructure building activi- Paper Il Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interests, Indian diaspora ation of the Shahid Beheshti cretary Vijay Gokhale in High-level exchanges, in Port at Chabahar," declared New Delhi. cluding the State visit by the Mr. Singh. Prime Minister to Iran in May 2016 and that of the Ira No third-party pressure nistry of Finance to discuss nian President to India in Fe Mr. Singh also clarified that India's energy require bruary 2018, have aken India's ties with Iran would ments, among other issues. place. In keeping with the not be subjected to restic- India also hosted Iran's De- understanding reached dur tions imposed by a third puty Foreign Minister Seyed ing these visits, both sides country. are engaged in developing a Indias bilateral relations Monday. The U.S. official also met representatives from the Mi Abbas Araghchi of Iran on SEVENTH PAGE THE HINDU

  7. U.S. vulnerable in trade war' IMF terms trade curbs the greatest near-term threat to economy case scenario, where all the ta riffs threats and retaliation are implemented, and business con fidence erodes, could cut a half point or $430 billion off global GDP in 2020 AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE WASHINGTON The U.S. economy is "especially vulnerable" to damage from the burgeoning global trade war which could shave hundreds of billions of dollars off global GDP, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday Paper II Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interests, Indian diaspora Because U.S. President Donald Trump launched the current trade war, retaliation and nega tive impact will be focused on In remarks ahead of this wee- kend's meeting of Group of 20 Fi- A file photo of an employee sewingthe U.S. economy, leaving other Paper ll Important International institutions agencies and fora- their structure, mandate. aU.S. flag at a factory in China's eastern Anhui province. "AFP nance Ministers in Argentina, Ms. Lagarde said there were signs global growth could begin regions to continue trading Mr. Trump, who said trade win," imposed steep tariffs on all among themselves. to decline and called on policy- may be the high-water mark, wars were "good and easy to Ms. Lagarde said in a blog post. The International Monetary "Already growth is beginning steeland aluminium imports, an Fund on Monday called thein to slow in the Euro Area, Japan, gering key allies and prompting makers to prepare. creasing trade restrictions "the and the U.K.," she said, adding swift retaliation. greatest near-term threat" to the world economy. that recent U.S. fiscal stimulus He also hit China with 25% du ties on $34 billion in goods, with would soon wane IMF economists prepared a re another $16 billion on the way. Through 2019, the IMF esti world should grow by 3.9% but "this the port for the G20 ministers with simulations showing the worst- And $200 billion more could be targeted as soon as September. mated economy TWELFTH PAGE THE HINDU