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20th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
VIT University graduate with Mechanical , Appeared in UPSC Mains with Geography Optional . 4+ yr. Teaching Experience

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  1. The last to know: on ICICI imbroglio Indias pihot to Eurasia The imperative to otfer refuge The conduct of the board of ICICI Bank raises questions about corporate governance ICICI Bank's troubles are rooted in a 2016 complaint by an investor alleging a quid pro quo deal between Ms. Kochhar's immediate family members and the Videocon group, which got a 3,250-crore loan from it. S. UBHODEEP


  2. With the Central Bureau of Investigation and later the stock market regulator SEBl swooping in, the issue Till the inquiry She will stay away from the office till the completion of an inquiry into the charges levelled against her by a whistle blower Rather than allow the controversy to fester, the board of ICICI Bank, an institution that often sought to hold a mirror up to the inefficiencies of public sector banks, should have acted earlier UBHODEEP


  3. EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 20th June THE HINDU unacademy


  4. The strength of corporate governance practices in the bank has come under question It is debatable whether such a high-profile panel is required to ascertain if Ms. Kochhar, whose term ends next March, had made adequate disclosures while deciding on the loans. The board itself could have dealt with this through an internal investigation rather than giving the impression that it wanted to paper over the issue, sending a poor signal to all stakeholders. No doubt Ms. Kochhar, a star on the corporate firmament, enjoys a formidable reputation as a banker. While one should not prejudge the inquiry findings, there is no doubt... UBHODEEP


  5. as pivot to Eurasia India's pivot to Eurasia The imperative to offer refuge The tet tokow When you have complicated ties with neighbours, it makes sense to strengthen ties with your neighbours' neighbours S. UBHODEEP


  6. Context Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Qingdao, China SCO grew out of the Shanghai Five grouping - Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan Set up in 1996 to resolve boundary disputes between China and each of the four other members -admitted Uzbekistan in 2001 Broadened its agenda to include political, economic and security cooperation Admitted India and Pakistan as full members in 2017 UBHODEEP


  7. SCO opportunity Admission of India and Pakistan has expanded the geographical, demographic and economic profile of the SCO Half the world's population A quarter of its GDP Boundary extends southwards to the Indian Ocean. UBHODEEP


  8. SCO's relevance for India Olts members occupy a huge landmass adjacent to India's extended neighbourhood, where India has important economic and security interests. Osince, complicated relations with your neighbours, it makes sense to strengthen relations with your neighbours' neighbours OPakistan joining the Organisation and Afghanistan and Irarn knocking on the doors for membership UBHODEEP


  9. Since the break-up of the Soviet Union, the optimal development of India's relations with Central Asian countries has been constrained by lack of overland access through Pakistan and Afghanistan/Iran, because of political and/or security reasons. Again prospects of invigorating trade and investment links with this region (INSTC) US Sanction?? UBHODEEP


  10. In formative years of the SCO, Russia pushed strongly for India to join it, to somewhat balance China's economic dominance in Central Asia. The Chinese were not responsive Russia's role as net security provider and China's dominating economic presence, India has to carve out a political and economic space for itself. UBHODEEP


  11. Tacitly accepting the fact that India and Pakistan are not signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), the Qingdao declaration confirms the compliance of the SCO's NPT signatories to its provisions. Overall, Besides expanding opportunities for India in Central Asia, the SCO is a platform for articulating a non-Western - as distinct from anti-Western perspective on global issues UBHODEEP


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