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21st July 2017: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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21st July 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)

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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The hegemony of Rahul Gandhi in Congress appeared to be facile in nature
Thanku sir for ur support... I had a question ki its takes me 2 hr to read newspaper 2 hr to make its notes then 2 hr to surf those articles n 2 hr to listen to ur pub summary n its notes making and 1 hr for mcq n its notes making...do I need to change something in ol this n static k liy time nhi bachta .....plzzz ans
Neha Rahim
2 years ago
it will take time kritika..as i am also a beginner am just sharing here my views.initially it will take time.it happens with all of us.maine jab first time the hindu pada to do din lage but as days pass you will succeed.read relevant articles.dont read state and sports news.
Kritika Dewan
2 years ago
thanku:)
Kritika Dewan
2 years ago
but somewhere if I can save tym by eliminating something which m already doing
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
Let me share my experience here- I used to take 6 hours for Current Affairs Daily coz there was no Jatin Verma, back then :)
Kritika Dewan
2 years ago
thanku so much sir....actually your help at dis tym is a gift of god n your replies to my questions make me feel that I can look forward to someone credible like u who can guide me :)
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KAPIL BHARDWAJ
2 years ago
take screenshots of lecture then anything which u want to add in that lecture google them and take screenshots of that also now assemble all screenshots in one pdf u can do it online also name it by date and part wise and even after that u think something is left in pdf then add sticky notes to pdf by editing it and notes making is complete and if u think something is more important then highlight that in pdf
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KAPIL BHARDWAJ
2 years ago
take screenshots of lecture then anything which u want to add in that lecture google them and take screenshots of that also now assemble all screenshots in one pdf u can do it online also name it by date and part wise and even after that u think something is left in pdf then add sticky notes to pdf by editing it and notes making is complete and if u think something is more important then highlight that in pdf
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KAPIL BHARDWAJ
2 years ago
i hope this may help you and also organise pdfs date wise and month wise so as to avoid confusion at time of revision and also if there are 50 screenshots also pdf size will be 5-6 mb
Hayath Farheen
2 years ago
jatin sir ,thank you for giving me confidence in myself by following your courses i am able to analyse the news paper,the way u explain and analyse the news is truly appreciable
Manish Kumar
2 years ago
i truly admire your work mr. Jatin,u are simply marvellous,continue doing all your work,each n everything you r doing helps us a lot. thanks a lot again ,you are being the backbone for the current affairs update.
Swati Sohni
2 years ago
Previously I was facing the same problem.. Now I started buying Hindu and I cut out the important and relevant articles from newspaper and staple the extra info with the cutting and adding important points given during analysis by Jatin sir. It will save your time.. :)
Kritika Dewan
2 years ago
thanku :)
Sir, In case of "Right to Privacy" Judge is absolutely right but loosely countered the Advocate Point...of "Dignity" so my point here is "Life Vs Dignity" Does Dignity is more important than saving own life ? How a government will ensure the legitimate utilization of Tax Payers money when spending social sectors through PDS or in any thing else when n numbers of incidences of illegal activities? State is watching for good cause not for any others means if it is then we have Fundamental Rights 14...19,21,...etc any other legal procedures. isn`t it?
yes sir please make a detailed video for the presidential elections..And Thankyou for the great services u provide to us
Sir, vote ki value population ki wajah se highest n lowest hoti h..??
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
yes... but only upto 1971 census population
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
ok n thanku so much Sir :)
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
Sir sorry to disturb u bt I send massages on fb messenger bt u didn't reply, i m not any coaching so i need ur guidance, Thanks! :)
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
*taking
Deep Tripathi
2 years ago
Dear Jatin, kindly upload analysis of editorial for 21/07/17 As it has imp debate section too. Thanks and Regards !!
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
Hello Sir, I hv a doubt of exceptions in right to equality, jisme likha h, according to SC "jaha Article 31C aata h waha se Article 14 chala jata h "(5), I don't understand this lines, plz clarify
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
in laxmikant
Sarwan Singh
2 years ago
mam apka optionsal hindi literature he kya??
Sarwan Singh
2 years ago
i want to take this subject for optional..can u guide me..
Aakanksha Mishra
2 years ago
Hii! Sarwan, my optional is political science. M. A maine hindi literature se kiya h, so I can't help u :(
Sarwan Singh
2 years ago
MA to mene geography se kia ek bar geography optional se mains bhi likha bt marks khas nhi aye so soch raha hu ki hindi literature le lu
Hi Jatin, My Query : Why Constitution has provision of value of votes means why results is declared based on value of votes? Even though it was also possible to calculate only number of votes then based on vote count, result can be declared same as other election process.
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS for 21st July 2017 By JATIN VERMA Educator Unacademy For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  2. Presidential Election concludes: Highest vote value The value of each vote of an MP was 708.Among the States, each vote in Uttar Pradesh had the highest value of 208, while each vote from Sikkim had the lowest value of seven Page 7: Half of HIV-infected get treatment now: UNAIDS The report, Ending AIDS: Progress towards the 90-90-90 target, is the annual scorecard for progress . The latest UNAIDS report reveals that more than half of all People Living with HIV (PLHIV) now have access to HIV treatment. For the first time since the global onset of the HIVIAIDS epidemic, the scales have tipped in favoUr of patients Global Statistics: I. UNAIDS met the 2015 target of 15 million people on treatment,and IS on track to double that number to 30 million and meet the 2020 target. 2. As of last year, I9.5 million of the 36.7 million HIV+ patients had access to treatment. 3. Deaths caused by AlDS have fallen from 1.9 million in 2005 to I million in 2016. 4. Further, globally AIDS-related deaths have almost halved since 2005.


  3. Statistics about India I.The bad news is that the majority of the cases-nearly 95 per cent of the cases in 2016- were concentrated in just 10 countries, India being one of them. 2. India has 2.I million people living with HIV, with 80,000 new infections annually, as of 2016. In 2005, the annual incidence was 1,50,000 people 3. India is the country where most new HIV infections are occurring in the Asia-Pacific region. -While India has made big progress with new infections dropping significantly, the emergence of HIV in some locations that were earlier considered 'not high-burden' areas is a cause for concern. . While the world seems to be on track to reach the global target of 30 million people on treatment by 2020, access to medicines remains a major barrier and India plays a special role. The report states that "although important progress has been made in improving access to medicines for people living with HIV, insufficient availability and poor affordability of essential medicines in low- and middle-income countries remain major barriers.


  4. Averting market failures India's Role Averting market failures: India's Role in global fight against AIDS . Actions focused on the intersections between intellectual property rights,innovation, and public health are vitally important for resolving market failures in medicine development and manufacture, unmet needs for research and development, and pricing. This is especially true in light of the concentration of the generic pharmaceutical industry in India, and the global AIDS response's continued reliance on the Indian industry, which supplied nearly 90% of antiretroviral medicines in low-and middle- income countries in 2015. The idea behind the 90-90-90 target is to: -Diagnose 90% of people who are HIV positive; Get 90% of the diagnosed HIV+ people on antiretroviral treatment, and -90% of those on antiretrovirals should be virally suppressed This is attained when an HIV+ patient's viral load reaches an undetectable level, curbing transmission This is attained when an HIlV+ patient's viral load reaches an undetectable level, curbing


  5. Day 2: Right to Privacy Debate . Why is sharing data with state a problem If 99% of citizens are unconcerned, about sharing personal data with private players, how s it qualitatively different if the state has the same information, Justice D.Y. Chandrachud of the t asked. Most citizens are unconcerned about where or how their personal data is used. You say there are 35 crore Internet users and 18 crore telephone users, but 99% of people are not concerned,When you operate your iPad with your thumbprint, your data is public Judge. Answering Justice Chandrachud about the unconcerned, citizen, Mr. Poovayya said that even if one citizen was concerned about how, where and who uses his personal data, it is an obligation under the Constitution to protect his dignity and privacy. . Right to privacy does not stand on the pedestal of secrecy,it holds forth from the pedestal of dignity. . The petitioners have questioned the mammoth exercise; whether the informed consent of the citizens was taken before they parted with their personal details and whether there was information given to people about how and where their personal data would be used. Finally, the government had not specified in a statutory law, where the data would be protectively stored.


  6. Pedestal of secrecy . Pedestal of secrec My informed surrender of data to a private player in this digital age is not my surrender of my personal data to all. If this private player takes my data and gives it to all on the Internet, then I can sue him for breach of contract. . But if I give it to the state, where are the corresponding restrictions and deterrents? Chilling effect . He said the very apprehension that the state is 'watching' chills the citizens' rights Unlimited power of the government to collect, assemble, analyse, profile and use my personal data, chills me. That is, even if the state does not do so. But again, I may be a favourite of the state now, but they can use my personal data against me if I ever cross them years later, Mr. Poovayya submitted No reasonable expectation of privacy is ill- suited in a digital age.


  7. Page I +10: India & China should withdraw together. India's MEA: All countries are with us. All countries understand that the position that India has adopted is not unreasonable. Our position is just and all countries recognise our position as such. . Highlighted that Panchsheel, the policy of mutual co-existence crafted during the Nehruvian era for bilateral ties with China, remains on track. . The comment on Panchsheel is significant as the English media from Beijing in recent weeks had described the Indian action in Doklam, as against Panchsheel's emphasis on 'peaceful co- existence. . BRICS Summit: National Security Adviser Ajit Doval will travel to China to participate in the BRICS NSAs' meeting.


  8. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, known in India as the Panchsheel Treaty (from Sanskrit, panch: five, sheel: virtues), are a set of principles to govern relations between states. Their first formal codification in treaty form was in an agreement between China and India in 1954. This agreement stated the five principles as: Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty. 2. Mutual non-aggression. 3. Mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs. 4. Equality and cooperation for mutual benefit 5. Peaceful co-existence. 1.


  9. Page I l: India, japan civil nuclear deal comes into force. [TOI] The entry into force comes a few months before Shinzo Abe's scheduled visit to India in September 2017 Prime Minister Modi and Abe had a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg on July 8, where they reviewed the state of bilateral relations. Abe is expected to formally begin the ground breaking for the high-speed train project to run from Ahmedabad to Mumbai. The deal allows Japan to export nuclear technology to India, making it the first non-NPT signatory to have such a deal with Tokyo.


  10. 12 World News: U.S. ends covert aid to Syrian rebels President Donald Trump has ended the clandestine American program to provide arms and supplies to Syrian rebel group, a recognition that the effort was failing and and supplies to Syrian rebel groups> a rec that the administration has given up hope of helping to topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad. From the start, there were doubts that arming disorganised, often internally fractious forces would succeed. Officials in the Obama administration conceded that there was no way to predict the future loyalties of those who received U.S. arms, despite a lengthy vetting process. . That problemgetting the weapons into the right hands and assuring they were not passed on to others and used against U.S. troops or allies plagued the effort soorn after it was proposed by Hillary Clinton


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