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1st August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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AND SIR U KNOW COURSE IS VAST SO SIR MUJHKO AISA LAGTA KI HAI EVERY DAY U PICK IMPORTANT EDITORIALS ONLY UPSC DAT IS EASY FOR US BECOZ SIR U POST ALL EDITORIALS WHICH IN D NEWS I HOPE U UNDERSTAND MY POINT OF VIEW SIR HAVE A NICE DAY.
HELLO SIR UR COURSE ARE REALLY GOOD BUT I THINK SIR U WANT TO ADD ATLEAST ONE QUESTION EVERY DAY HAVE A NICE DAY SIR.
  1. A fundamental error Numbing numbers: on draft NRC The public-private gap in health cane To begin with, the claims of those left out in the NRC must be heard carefully, humanely S. UBHODEEP


  2. The number of those excluded from the second draft of the National Register of Citizens published on Monday has sparked great anxiety about the legal status of so many individuals. Huge doubts over whether the process was indeed foolproof, or even warranted. The list - had its share of notable omissions, including serving and former legislators Given such a gargantuan exercise, it is to the credit of the NRC bureaucracy and its 55,000-odd workforce that timelines have been adhered to UBHODEEP


  3. EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 1st August unacademy THE HINDU


  4. But even a skilfully devised system of digitised mapping of family trees is subject to human interface, subjective bias, and the inherent flaws in the NRC of 1951 and the electoral rolls of 1961 and 1971 that make up the core of the legacy data' The state owes it to those now left out, a staggering 40,07,707 persons, to ensure that their claim to citizenship is exhausted in its procedural entirety. But it also has a larger responsibility to ensure that people who have lived here a long time, or those who know no other home, are not left high and dry in any eventuality. On that front, the Central and State governments must step up their assurances that there is no need for panic UBHODEEP


  5. The Union Home Ministry has also tweaked rules to enable applicants to move the Foreigners' Tribunal, where earlier only the state could haul up a suspected alien before it. Bigger challenges lie ahead, especially after the final NRC list determines the precise number of deemed illegal immigrants; the state then has to grapple with what to do next. How India addresses the fate of those eventually left off the list will ascertain whether its democracy can lay claim to being humane or not. It is one thing to detain and deport illegal immigrants instantly when they cross the border. But when people have been allowed (or they have managed) to be in India for so long, when they have built their lives and become part of local economies and communities, they cannot and must not be rendered state-less on the basis of a list UBHODEEP


  6. ex., 16 Towards war's end: on Syria peace to The public-private gap in health care Talks between Assad's regime and Kurdish rebels portend peace in north and east Syria S. UBHODEEP


  7. Talks between representatives of Syria's Kurdish rebels and President Bashar al-Assad's regime in Damascus bring a ray of hope to hundreds of thousands living in the country's north and east. 18m REST OF THE WORLD TURKEY . SYRIA IRAQ IRAN WHERE 5m ARE THE KURDS? KEY: 1 MILLION KURDISH PEOPLE CIA World Fact Book, 2014 UBHODEEP


  8. After the talks last week, leaders of the Syrian Democratic Council, the political wing of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, said they were ready to work with the regime towards creating "a democratic, decentralised Syria with a new system and a new form". This was the first time since the outbreak of war that a delegation was sent by Kurdish rebels to Damascus. During the course of the war, both sides have more or less refrained from targeting each other. While the Assad regime withdrew troops from the Kurdish areas in the early days of the civil war to defend its coastal stronghold against the rebels, Kurdish fighters consolidated their position to establish autonomous rule. S. UBHODEEP


  9. When the Islamic State moved to Kurdish towns in 2015, the rebels, with help from the U.S., successfully resisted them Now they control almost a third of Syria, the largest chunk of territories outside government rule The talks also took place after the regime recaptured Deraa in the south, the birthplace of the Syrian rebellion, after the rebels, apparently abandoned by their regional and western backers, agreed to surrender as part of a Russia-mediated deal In the south, rebels retain some presence in parts of Quneitra. In the north, rebels and al-Qaeda-linked jihadists run the Idlib province, while in the east the Kurds are in control. UBHODEEP


  10. Damascus's strategy appears to be to seize the entire south and then move north. Before attacking Idlib, the last stronghold of anti-regime rebels, the government is seeking to engage the Kurds, and Kurdish militias say they could join the Idlib offensive with the government Their political leaders have also made it clear they are not seeking independence from Syria,_and only want to protect their autonomy. A recapture of the Kurdish areas by force is not a feasible option for the regime. Some 2,000 U.S. soldiers are deployed in the Kurdish autonomous areas, and both Russia and Syria would prefer not to get into a direct exchange of fire with U.S. soldiers. UBHODEEP


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