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  3. PART -1 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  4. 12:59 a unacademv.com unacademV Indian Polity & Governance (Prelims + Mains) Ayussh Sanghi 181k followers In this Course, Ayussh Sanghi will cover all the topics related to Polity (for Prelims) & Governance (for Mains). Looking at past year analysis of Prelims and Mains - static and dynamic blend requires an updated approach for preparation. It becomes difficult for aspirants to prepare due to the vast syllabus and a plethora of recommended books/ content. This course has been designed in such a fashion that you get a clarity of: The Analytical part which is extremely important for Mains (Governance) through topic explanation and Answer Writing to test your skill/ learning & The Conceptual as well as Factual details important for Prelims. The focus will also be on key analytical areas with utmost clarity where students face difficulty in understanding and which have a high probability of being asked in UPSC exams. The content is prepared from the vital sources- Laxmikant, NCERT XI, XII & Subhash Kashyap, Governance topics from Rajni Goyal & Arora, 2nd ARC Reports and important government documents. Tips will be given to continue updating for Governance & P the current oriented part to streamline yo preparation aft Il the exam


  5. NATIONAL NEWS CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  6. Q Consider the following statements about Indian observatories in polar regions: The first permanent settlement in Antarctica was built in 1983 and named Dakshin Gangotri 1. 2. The newest base commissioned in 2015 in Antarctica is called Bharati 3. India has no observatory in the Arctic region Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  7. India to expand polar research to Arctic as well Renames National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research JACOB KOSHY NEW DELHI establish new observation sys- tems, according to a source. Now, Three decades after its first mis India only has one Arctic obser- in India re-thinking priorities. source, person familiar with de- liberations, was a decisive factor sion to Antarctica, the govern- vation station near Norway Sea ice at the Arctic has been ment is refocusing priorities to The renaming has been ap melting rapidly the fastest in the other pole the Arctic-be proved," says a July 5 notification this century. That means several cause of opportunities and chal- by the Ministry of Earth Sciences. spots, rich in hydrocarbon re serves, will be more accessible through the year via alternative shipping routes. India is already an observer at the Arctic Council lenges posed by climate change This month, it has renamed More expeditions the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR) tain India's three bases in Antarc- While annual missions to main- since 1998, charged with con- tica will continue, the new priora forum of countries that de- ducting expeditions to India's ities mean that there will be more cides on managing the region's base stations to the continentexpeditions and research focus resources and popular livelihood as the National Centre for Polar on the other poles, the source and, in 2015, set up an under- and Ocean Research. said. M. Rajeevan, Secretary, ground observatory, called In- It's also in talks with Canada and Russia, key countries with vailable for comment presence in the Arctic circle, to dARC, at the Kongsfjorden fjord, half way between Norway and the North Pole. Earth Science Ministry, wasn't Climate change, said the SEVENTH PAGE-THE HINDU


  8. National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research It is an Indian research and development institution, situated in Vasco, Goa. It is responsible for administering the Indian Antarctic Programme and maintains the Indian government's Antarctic research station, Maitri. The program gained global acceptance with India's signing of the Antarctic Treaty and subsequent construction of the Dakshin Gangotri Antarctic research base in 1983 (first permanent settlement), superseded by the Maitri base from 1990. The newest base commissioned in 2015 is Bharati, constructed out of 134 shipping containers. Now the Centre is set to be renamed to National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research underscoring India's commitment to both the poles. Indian Arctic station 'Himadri is located at Ny Alesund, Spitsbergen Island, Norway and serves as a hub of Indian scientific investigations since 2008. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  9. DAKSHIN GANGOTRI STATION ANTARCTIC


  10. MAITRI STATION ANTARCTIC


  11. HIMADRI STATION - ARCTIC


  12. INTERNATIONAL NEWS CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  13. WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION (WTO) The WTO was born out of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which was established in 1947. GATT was part of the Bretton Woods- inspired family, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. GATT rounds began at the end of World War II and were aimed at reducing tariffs for the facilitation of global trade. The rationale for GATT was based on the most favoured nation (MFN) clause, which, when assigned to one country by another, gives the selected country privileged trading rights. As such, GATT aimed to help all countries obtain MFN-like status so no single country would hold a trading advantage over others. The WTO officially commenced on 1 January 1995 under the Marrakesh Agreement, signed by 123 nations on 15 April 1994, replacing the GATT, and the current set of governing rules stems from the Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations, which took place from 1986 to 1994. OAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  14. WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION (WTO) . The purpose of the WTO is to ensure global trade commences smoothly, freely and predictably. The WTO aims to create economic peace and stability in the world through a multilateral system based on consenting member states (in 2017 there were 164 members) that have ratified the rules of the WTO in their individual countries as well. This means WTO rules become part of a country's domestic legal system. The rules, therefore, apply to local companies conducting business in the international arena. If a company decides to invest in a foreign country by, for example, setting up an office in that country, the rules of the WTO (and hence, a country's local laws) will govern how that can be done. Theoretically, if a country is a member of the WTO, its local laws cannot contradict WTO rules and regulations, which currently govern approximately 97% of all world trade. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  15. WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION (WTO) Who is Ant nio Guterres then? The current director-general of the WTO is Roberto Azev do from Brazil. Decisions are made by consensus, though a majority vote may also rule (this is very rare). Based in Geneva, Switzerland, the Ministerial Committee, which holds meetings at least every two years, makes the top decisions. There is also a goods council, services council, and intellectual property rights council, which all report to a general council. Finally, there are many working groups and committees. If a trade dispute occurs, the WTO works to resolve it. If for example, a country erects a trade barrier in the form of a customs duty against a particular country or a particular good, the WTO may issue trade sanctions against the violating country. The WTO will also work to resolve the conflict through negotiations. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  16. Q - Which among the following statements about the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is correct? a) The agreement which led to the official commencement of WTO was the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) b) The current set of governing rules stems from the Paraguay Round which took place from 1986 to 1994 c) The current director-general of the WTO is Ant nio Guterres from Portugal d) If a country is a member of the WTO, its local laws cannot contradict WTO rules and regulations CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST