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1st August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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Nitish Kumar
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hallo sir....greetings. . I was watching your answer writing session daily which you generally picked up from IASBABA and INSIGHTONINDIA websites. Can you please resume that type of session on unacademy. It will help us lot. Thanking you.
HELLO SIR UR VIEW OF EXPLANATION IS GOOD BUT SIR I THINK IF U EXPLAIN EDITORIALS IN D FORM OF QUESTION AND ANSWER IT S BENEFIT FOR US MOST HAVE A NICE DAY.
  1. EDTTORIA A fundamental error A fundamental error The public-private gap in health care The Srikrishna report on data protection misinterprets the Supreme Court's right to privacy judgment S. UBHODEEP


  2. Aug 24 1 year after - The court imposed upon the government a clear obligation to make a law safeguarding a person's informational privacy, commonly referred to as data protection. Union government had tasked a committee headed by Justice B.N. Srikrishna to formulate such a law in July last year. This committee has produced a set of recommendations that run into 213 pages, and a draft law titled the "The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018" running into 112 sections Despite being formed within the ambit of, and even being bound by, the Right to Privacy judgment, the recommendations do not only undermine the legal principles within it but also re-interpret them UBHODEEP


  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 1st August THE HINDU


  4. Two key points Based on a reading of the privacy judgment beneficiary of fundamental rights. dissolves in the face of amorphous collective notions of economic First, it expressly stated the primacy of the individual as the Second, it rejected the argument that the right to privacy development. The priorities of the Srikrishna committee stray from these two basic points. Its report, titled "A Free and Fair Digital Economy: Protecting Privacy, Empowering Indians", keeps to the apparent pecking order that its title signals: the common good and the economy come first and individuals second S. UBHODEEP


  5. the e Report put together a regulatory agenda that reconciles the expansion of the digital economy and state control with the principles of the right to e disital economy and state privacy judgment. The trouble begins with the report's conception ERUTT )of the state. First "the state is a facilitator of human progress" and is "commanded" by the Directive Principles of State Policy "to serve the common good". Here, Fundamental Rights, which help protect against a state "prone to excess", come "second UBHODEEP


  6. This ignores the very structure of the Constitution in which the chapter guaranteeing enforceable Fundamental Rights stands on its own, preceding the one setting out unenforceable Directive Principles of State Policy. Enabling the government's convenience is not an objective laid out by the right to privacy judgment. the right to privacy judgment makes clear that it is for the government to measure and justify its actions at every point that it seeks to make inroads into our privacy. UBHODEEP


  7. OPE India should not depend on other countries Friends or Seoul-mates? With the U.S. and China playing power politics, South Korea looks to India as a viable alternative partner S. UBHODEEP


  8. South Korean President Moon Jae-in's four-day state visit to India early last month came at a time when Mr. Moon's administration is seeking to upgrade India-South Korea relations. Mr. Moon launched a foreign initiative called New Southern Policy last year that he had decided to step up Seoul's engagement with India and the ASEAN countries. Diversify strategic partnerships across the Asian region What lies behind Seoul's reimagined diplomatic posture towards India? UBHODEEP


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  10. To escape the power politics in Northeast Asia, South Korean policymakers believe that Seoul should diversify its relations with other major powers in the region, including India which they see as a viable alternative partner. UBHODEEP