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22nd August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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mam exam m question to theory se aayege na ki numerical
Sir, I want to know how should we prepare maps from newspaper? and how to identify which river,national parks,dams are important for Prelims?
Shadab Akhtar
a year ago
check past 10 year question paper analysis prelims of vision ias on YouTube.......detailed tips are given there
Vibha vk
a year ago
Thanks.
eid Mubarak sir
Subhodeep Das
a year ago
wish you the same....
  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 22nd August THE HINDU


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  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 22nd August THE HINDU


  4. Bevond words: On Indo-Pak ties High science with low development Strengthening the federal link India and Pakistan must build on diplomatic courtesy to restore equilibrium to ties S. UBHODEEP


  5. Modi Phone call, and they spoke of a shared vision of "peace and development" Agenda - resuming bilateral cricket is high on the leader's agenda for improving people-to-people ties. Well-chosen words, however, will not be enough. Both leaders face political realities that could inhibit them fronm taking any major risks Avoid such overtures, especially with Lok Sabha elections due in less than a year. UBHODEEP


  6. Even so, the steps needed are clear. To begin with, the situation at the Line of Control urgently needs attention, and a restoration of the ceasefire would be a major move forward for both countries. Mr. Khan could earn Pakistan an economic breather if he adheres to the international Financial Action Task Force's demands on ending terror financing Bolder move, no matter how unlikely it currently seems: for Mr. Modi to agree to restore the SAARC process by attending the long- delayed summit due in Islamabad this year S. UBHODEEP


  7. High science with low development Clearing the path: On protecting elephant corridors Strengthening the federal link More needs to be done to protect elephant corridors across the country S. UBHODEEP


  8. The Supreme Court's order to seal and close 27 resorts operating in corridors used by elephants in the Nilgiris is a necessary step to restore the ecology of these spaces. Weak regulation of ecotourism is severely impacting important habitats, and affecting animals that have large home ranges, like elephants. Fragmentation of forests makes it all the more important to preserve migratory corridors The movement of elephants is essential to ensure that their populations are genetically viable, and help regenerate forests on which other species, including tigers, depend. S. UBHODEEP


  9. Ending human interference in the pathways of elephants is a conservatiorn imperative, more so because the animals are then not forced to seek alternative routes that bring them into conflict with people. unbridled tourism are blocking their paths, resulting in growing incidents of elephant-human conflict. These encounters claim the lives of about 450 people and lead to the death of nearly 100 elephants in retaliatory actions every year on average. A review of elephant corridors published by the Wildlife Trust of India jointly with the Environment Ministry's Project Elephant last year indicates that there are 101 such identified pathways, of which almost 70% are used regularly. S. UBHODEEP


  10. Some of these passages are precariously narrow, at only a hundred metres wide. These landscape characteristics, and the evidence that there are an estimated 6,500 elephants in just the Brahmagiri-Nilgiris-Eastern Ghats ranges, call for complete protection of the routes they regularly use The grey area of mushrooming home- stay structures, which are just hotels on forest fringes, also deserves scrutiny But more importantly, the effort should be to expand elephant corridors, using the successful models within the country, including acquisition of lands using private funds and their transfer to the government S. UBHODEEP


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