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sir please kindly make a course on Daily mcq for Indian Economy.
Ayussh Sanghi
8 months ago
Economy and Finance CA MCQ’s are being discussed as a part of SMD itself. Other than that PYQ on Indian Economy are on other courses on the platform. Follow me to find those courses.
Suzan Fenny K'zati
8 months ago
tq sir
thank you so much sir...
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  1. SARURDAY, ULY , 20s THE ea HINDU Nationwide indehnite Trump threatens tarilfs Keshan Maharaj on all $505 blion ol Chinese impons Sushma Swaraj to lead dialogue has the Sri Lankan bsmen in a bind wiwh UlS on Sept. 6 NTrust vote sets the tone for 2019 poll SC collegiunm Rahul flags defence deals crony capitaismMsays Opposition unity only aimed at remoxing himstands firm on SPECIAL CONRESPONDENTald. Dising Congre Justice Joseph Govt. has nothing adverse against him The Hed Nh gwprke beg trom acros the mest on Piday defeated the ale the ine Minister sald Telega Desam Party 'D ing wastM HE, the detate final fres, suhject cor is arry to come to pose rakhand High Cours sce K Joseph asaSu poversmens and 136 ag is the people who ele The codrpism abo sepa drn l gh Cout Chief Oba Hich Court Cheantice K.M.Jegh preme Court Rahal Gandhis shaip k men bt a foor teit of the over divae deals and cro- Coeureu and pankit Spleyog a.apse Coryss presden Rahul Gndi hag ng PM Nanna a Mod after The Spame Court wil hay a single advene thing mla barb, a hug 821707070ated Prine Miniter tocandidacya The court has nine Congress that hal peopeed Blames fnance panel antice Dipak Mises ood s letbets The Colecium Sanghi's MCQ Digest 21st July, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express + PIB + others


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  4. 12:59 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


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  6. Q Consider the following statements about appointment of judges in the Supreme Court: The Chief Justice is appointed by the President after consultation with such judges of the Supreme Court and high courts as he deems necessary 1. 2. Consultation with the Chief Justice is obligatory in the case of appointment of a judge other than Chief Justice To appoint a puisne judge, the President has to consult a collegium of two senior-most judges of the Supreme Court 3. 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. SC collegium stands firm on Justice Joseph Govt. has nothing adverse against him KKISHNADAS RAJAGOPAL The Supreme Court colleg um has reiterated its recom mendation to appoint Utta rakhand High Court Chief Justice K.M. Joseph as a Su- preme Court judge The collegum also sepa dras High Court Chief Jus- tice Indira Banerjee and Orissa High Court Chief Jus Justice K.M. Joseph tice Vineet Saran to the Su preme Court the Centre did not, in fact, The Supreme Court will have a single adverse thing have a record three serving to say about Justice Joseph's women judges with the ap suitability for appointment pointment of Justice Baner asa Supreme Court judge. jee. The court has nine va Due consideration' We have carefully cons Govt. objections The collegum, led by Chief made by the Law Minister in Justice Dipak Misra, stood his letters....The Collegiun, firm against objections on due consideration of all raised by the government the aspects mentioned in that Justice Joseph was too the letters, resolves to reiter- junior to be appointed a Su ate the recommendation, preme Court judge and his especially since nothing ad parent High Court of Kerala verse regarding suitability of too small a one Justice K.M.Joseph has been Union Law Minister Ravi pointed out in the letters, Shankar Prasad had speci the collegum resolution, fed thesereasons in his two signed by the Chief Justice etters to the collegium on and Justices Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B. Lokar, Kurian Jo April 26 and April 30. In a crisp two paragraph seph and A.K. Sikri on Fri reply, the collegium said it day, said. give careful thought to the objections and found that CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 FRONT PAGE-THE HINDU


  8. Appointment of Judges in SC . The judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President. . The Chief Justice is appointed by the President after consultation with such judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts as he deems necessary. . The other judges are appointed by President after consultation with the Chief Justice and such other judges of the Supreme Court and the high courts as he deems necessary. . The consultation with the Chief Justice is obligatory in the case of appointment of a judge other than Chief Justice. The Supreme Court has given different interpretation of the word 'consultation' in the above provision. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  9. Appointment of Judges in SC . In the most recent third judges case in 1998, the Court opined that the consultation process to be adopted by the Chief Justice of India requires 'consultation of plurality judges' The sole opinion of the Chief Justice does not constitute the consultation process. He should consult a collegium of four senior-most judges of the Supreme Court and even if two judges give an adverse opinion, he should not send the recommendation to the government. The court held that the recommendation made by the Chief Justice of India without complying with the norms and requirements of the consultation process are not binding on the government CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  10. Q Consider the following statements about appointment of judges in the Supreme Court: The Chief Justice is appointed by the President after consultation with such judges of the Supreme Court and high courts as he deems necessary 1. 2. Consultation with the Chief Justice is obligatory in the case of appointment of a judge other than Chief Justice 3. To appoint a puisne judge, the President has to consult a collegium of two senior-most judges of the Supreme Court 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


  11. BJP quick to move privilege motion Says Rahul made baseless allegations SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT NEW DELH The BJP on Friday moved a privilege motion against Congress president Rahul Gandhi for what it termed the "baseless allegations against the government over the Rafale deal during the debate on the no-confi- dence motion" initiated by the Telugu Desam Party Pralhad Joshi, MP, sent Pralhad Joshi the notice on behalf of the party." [H)e [Rahul] made gime was 520 crore a serious, baseless and wild plne, but when Prime Mi allegations against the go nister Narendra Modi went vernment and particularly to France and due to "some against the Prime Minister magic powers", it rose to with regard to the Rafale 1,600 crore deal," Mr. Joshi said in a Mr.Joshi's statement said: statement, adding th "He [Mr. Gandhi] stated that had been made to "mislead under pressure from the the members and the PM, [Defence Minister] Nir- House" and "to bring disre mala Sitharaman told lies to pute to the Prime Minister the nation. He alleged that and the Defence Minister". the PM cheated his own Ar Mr. Gandhi said the price my on dealing with China negotiated by the UPA re on the Doklam issue." ELEVENTH PAGE THE HINDU


  12. Privilege Motion There is also a provision of punishment for breach of parliamentary privilege. The House has the power to summon the offending person, warn him/her, or let go free or even sent to jail as per the case. . The privilege motion is concerned with the breach of parliamentary privileges by a minister. .It is moved by a member when he or she feels that a minister has committed a breach of privilege of the House or one or more of its members by withholding facts of a case or by giving wrong or distorted facts. .Its purpose is to censure the concerned minister. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  13. Q Consider the following statements: 1. It is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions It has no centralised control system Typically it works through a distributed ledger technology called blockchain 2. 3. that serves as a public financial transaction database Which one of the following terms best applies to the statements given above? a) Internet Banking b) Internet of Things c) Machine Learning d) Cryptocurrencies CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  14. Cryptocurrencies will boost illegal transactions: RBI to SC They are immune from government interference responses to a clutch of peti tions on the issue. The Bench granted ll Septem ber 11 The apex court had also sought the assistance of At torney General K.K. Venugo- KRISHNADAS RAJAGOPAL NEW DELH The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday said dealing in cryptocurrency would en- courage illegal transactions. The RBI had already issued a circular prohibiting use of pal in the matter One of the petitions was filed by Siddharth Dalmia and Vijay Pal Dalmia and they had said that the RBI, through its circular, had di- these virtual currencies. They are "a stateless digia cted banks and financial institutions to freeze the bank accounts of those indi which encryption tech has been set up by the viduals and companies deal- niques are used for trading Centre to deal with issues re- ing in the illegal trade of vir- currency," said the RBI. Cryptocurrencies are "a stateless digital currency" in and these currencies, oper- lating to cryptocurrencies tual currencies. ate independently of a Cen- Homework Which Committee? Mr. Dalmia, in his plea, has sought a direction to the dering them immune from The federal bank and the Centre to take steps to res- government interference" Central government sought train sale and purchase of il A Bench, led by Chief Jus three weeks' time from the legal cryptocurrencies like tice Dipak Misra, was in Bench, which also com Bitcoins, which were being formed by senior advocate prised Justices A.M. Khan traded openly for llegal ac Shyam Divan, appearing for wilkar and D.Y. Chandra ivities" like funding terro tral bank like the RBI, "ren- Sought time the RBI, that a committee chud, for lig their rism and insurgency SEVENTH PAGE THE HINDU


  15. Cryptocurrency . A cryptocurrency is digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets. It is a kind of digital currency, virtual currency or alternative currency. . They use decentralised control as opposed to centralised electronic money and central banking systems. . The decentralised control of each cryptocurrency works through distributed ledger technology, typically a blockchain, that serves as a public financial transaction database Bitcoin, first released as open-source software in 2009, is generally considered the first decentralised cryptocurrency. Since then, over 4,000 altcoin variants of bitcoin have been created. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  16. Q Consider the following statements: 1. It is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions It has no centralised control system Typically it works through a distributed ledger technology called blockchain 2. 3. that serves as a public financial transaction database Which one of the following terms best applies to the statements given above? a) Internet Banking b) Internet of Things c) Machine Learning d) Cryptocurrencies CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST