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1st April 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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Thnx sir confused on this but now all doubts are cleared....
Sir, first of all, very much thanks to you from the core of my heart, for your tremendous effort for aspirants like me. However, I think you should keep only one DNA (English), and continue it in an holistic matter everyday. Otherwise, repeating same thing twice a day, would augment your workload, and you will not be able to continue it for whole month. As, it takes enough time to make ppts and loading a video.
Haha' Nation wants to know ? Sir aaapke students hi aapki class le re... Thanku so much n bs JAzbaati hoke Dna ko ist priority pe rkhaa kro in free courses.
Sir aapki knowledge fight hi dekh ra tha
thanks a million, sir . I really can't express my happiness after getting a notification about DNA. It really helps me a lot in reading THE HINDU in an efficient way. thanks a ton again
Keshav D
2 years ago
Hii didi I am in 1st year . I have a doubt , I am not understanding the usage of the newspaper reading as in less time can't one devote it to remember just summaries of articles or analysis as given by Jatin Sir ? Give reason . Is it advisable to study newspaper before Jatin Sir's analysis or after his analysis one should do newspaper reading or Can I skip it entirely?
Anchal Sharma
2 years ago
as , I'm also an aspirant so what I do , I can only tell you that... as I was also not able to understand how to read the hindu... so , first , in morning I just read the hindu (acc to upsc syllabus ) for 2-3 hours then , after sir uploads the dna , I simply watch these videos and also put my newspaper aside. then , I simply Match the no. of news common (what I read and what sir tell us the imp topics ). so , study newspaper before . bcz due to his busy schedule , sometimes jatin sir don't upload the DNA. so , just watch his DNA when he uploads and simply read newspaper. his DNA will help you that which topics u must read and which u have to ignore ????
Am I the one waiting till 2Am ????????
Lokender Pal
2 years ago
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  4. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: TN files for contempt against Centre Tamil Nadu government filed contempt proceedings against Union government for "wilful disobedience" in carrying out court orders to resolve Cauvery dispute. .In its petition, the State said the Centre had failed to frame a scheme within the time y hav ph imit set by the court. (Six-week deadline which ended on March 29). reve he Afte the Verdict, the Centre is caught in a bind as TN & Karnataka sharply differ on the laye SC's direction to frame a scheme to oversee water allocation. TN's Stand; 'Scheme' in court order can only be the 'Cauvery SC has left the composition of the ape an Karnataka's Stand: hink h cause fferent two bo Mgt. Board' & 'Regulation Committee' Scheme' to the centre's discretion. pux Scheme envisaged is a 'dispute resolution body' and not a mgt. bod Centre's failure to notify scheme amounts to rk and tt stay 'wilful disobedience" Constituting CMB will go against federal principles. SC had ruled out extension of time limit. leksa that


  5. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th . Tamil Nadu accused the Centre of refusing to act to "protect the interests of the farmers and the larger interests of the State" The contempt petition wants the Centre to frame a scheme by providing for the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) & the Cauvery Water Regulation Committee as het y hav er the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal's order of 2007. reve The contempt petition has been filed at a time when the Centre has also moved the court for a three-month extension of time to implement the verdict. Centre's opinion: hink h causeb ferent If any scheme is framed now, the States may go to court again. Clarification is needed. to avoid further litigation Election are being held in Karnataka, and notifying a scheme would cause "public outrage" and "law and order problems," The court should clarify if scheme can be at variance with the Tribunal's recommendation for the mgt. of the Board. a pu rk and t stay leksa is ch that


  6. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: TN files for contempt against Centre (contd. . First, The Centre wants to know whether a CMB can have a mixture of administrative and technical expertise rather than the purely technical body envisaged by the tribunal y hav ndly,the Centre asked whether it could accord the CMB functions different from reve those recommended by the tribunal laye . Finally, the Centre asked the SC for its opinion on the framing of the scheme under* Section 6A of the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act of 1956, considering the divergent views expressed between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka Tamil Nadu wants the CMB as per the 2007 tribunal order, while Karnataka wants a two-laver scheme, one headed by a committee led by the Union Water Resources Secretary. hink h causeb ferent a pu OLIse r and t stay leksa ch that


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  8. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 anted to show the hoss whatcoE but th Clinically also the virus was severely affecting younger people than older ones. The immune system has both innate and adaptive response tvpes to infections: . . In the case of HIN1 infection, the adaptive immune system can recognise the presence of a virus within the cell and respond to it only if a molecule called the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) binds to some fragment of the viral protein y hav reve laye (epitope) and 'presents' it to the environment outside the cell Using a mathematical model called the SIR (Susceptible-Infected-Recovered) model, the researchers study how the presence of susceptibility sub-populations affect the hink h ferent et t spread of the disease. In this model, individuals are initially susceptible but not infected When an infection is introduced, individuals become infected at a rate determined by their estimated susceptibility to the pathogen Infected individuals then proceed to recover. a pu rk and It stay. leksa ch arded that


  9. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 14 Science & Tech: Microbes help in making hvdrocarbons . Scientists at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi, have succeeded in engineering the metabolic pathway of Escherichia coli in such way that it would synthesise hydrocarbons of carbon chain het y hav length 15 and 17, which are the fundamental components of diesel. reve A total of three gene additions and eight gene deletions were carried out to increase the laye hydrocarbon production rate and concentration. Cosmetic industries hink h causeb ferent This pathwav engineering also led to higher production of fatty alcohol, which has et t a role in cosmetic industries. a pu OLIse The report says that this is the highest production levels achieved so far by any rk and t stay microbial source is ch


  10. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 14 Science & Tech: Bronze Age Egvptians' strategv holds a message for our civilisation Tel Aviv University researchers reveal how 3,000 years ago Egyptians managed a y hav drought lasting over a hundred years. ph reg Egyptians and Hittites laye More than 3,000 years ago the queen of the Hittites (now Turkey), sent a clay tablet to . Previously, the two kingdoms had been at war. Later a severe drought carved a path of Egyptians had anticipated a crisis of food shortage and had planned ahead of Hittites. In a pui Bronze Age Egyptians foresaw and planned for a drought that would last from the Egyptian pharaoh, indicating a food crisis. destruction, killing crops, cattle and people. an attempt to stabilise their borders, they used to send grain to their former enemies. around 1250 B.C. to 1100 B.C..while their ancient counterparts appeared to be or u et t r and t stay less well prepared. leksa is ch arded that


  11. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 14 Science & Tech: Masquerade in nature Beetles have evolved a unique strategy to blend out of sight to avoid being seen by predators. They resemble the feeding marks (holes or scrapes), they make on leaves y hav hA leaf beetle systematically eats out small bits of the leaf it rests on, creating numerou:s ne s oles or scrapes on it. reve laye These marks are as big and of a similar colour as the beetle itself, often making a predator mistake a dark beetle for a hole in the leaf A maiority of the 119 beetles were found to be masqueraders. . Masquerading beetles are small (about 4 mm long) and mostly feed on leaves exposed hink h causeb ferent directly to the sun a pu OLIse They are uniformly dark- or light-coloured and their shells lack warning colours or rk and t stay contrasting patterns. Beetle body colour is linked to the colour of their feeding marks: beetles that make dark leksa feeding marks are dark in colour and those that make light-coloured marks, pale. is ch arded that


  12. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th News: Dilution of SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act cannot be allowed . Taking strong exception to a recent judgement of the SC that imposed several restrictions on filing of cases and arrest of persons under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, the National Coalition for Strengthening the Act has urged the Union y hav ph he p laye overnment to take swift measures to overturn this "dilution of the Act," reve . The Union government, failed to present a water-tight case to the two-judge bench of the Supreme Court, which partially led to this judgement. . Sources suggest that the implementation of the original 1989 Act was a failure. After a lot of struggle, amendments were made in 2015, which included some strong causeb ferent provisions. However, even that has not been implemented properly . Analysts believe that the Union Govt. must include the Act in the 9th Schedule of a pu OLIse r and t stay the Constitution so that it gets protection under Article 31-B This will protect the Act from iudicial scrutiny that may dilute it leksa ch arded that