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22nd July 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis(in Hindi)
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22nd July 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis(in Hindi)

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Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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mam please guied me. what i do prapration for upsc
plzz sir during analysis of daily news give the G.S papers relevant topic name as u mention earlier. this will make more convenient for us.
Jatin Verma
3 years ago
I did tell verbally today. I will mention on the slide itself tomorrow
3 years ago
Sir im working on notes of editorials.... on A4 sheets....sometimes it takes 45 to 50 min for a single is it okay? Shld i continue the same?
Girish Bhatt
3 years ago
Sir aap prelims pe jyada focus kar skte ho kya
Sir it would be great if you could explain the Digital trade games articles of 22 july of the hindu
Sanika kadam
3 years ago
Sir plzz upload your all the courses on you tube also it's really helpful
Nidhi bhavna
3 years ago
thank you sir
Please create a playlist even in YouTube channel for DNA ..
sir you told that you are going to make a video on how to make our notes
sir you told that you are going to make a video on how to make our notes
Sir, CAG dismal report on ammo shortage should have better been confidential because this unclassified report would really undermine the morale of serving soldier in the border ready for combat with china 24 x7. Sorry sir, but this is my personal view being out of learning topic.
Jatin Verma
3 years ago
I completely agree. That is what is called as Responsive Journalism
please sir separate video for overall privacy judgement combined
Jatin Verma
3 years ago
Let the Privacy judgement come
Ruchi Gupta
3 years ago
Jatin sir can u plz explained commercial bill.plz sir.
3 years ago
Sir , hindhu dicussion in English is not available
Do or die
2 years ago
Hi this is aravinth from chennai . I Am keep on following the daily DNA and taking notes from that , and I suggest some of friends too follow you . But you suddenly stopped your service without any intimation . And In what hope we ll follow you in near future . I am personally very disappointed .
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS from 22nd July 2017 By JATIN VERMA

  2. Page l: 'Six private telcos shortchanged govt. The telecom operators share a percentage of their aggregated gross revenue with the government as annual Licence Fee. Besides, they are also required to pay SUC for using airwaves allotted to them. Government Share= 25 % of Gross revenue + SUC. Six leading private telecom players understated their revenues by over 61,000 crore, depriving the exchequer of 7,697.62 crore. In its response to the audit finding, the DoT pointed out that the basic definition of gross . Since then, there has been protracted litigation and it is continuing till date. revenue and adjusted gross revenue was challenged by the operators in 2002-03. According to the auditor, the telecom players suppressed revenues through accounting adjustments for commissions or discounts paid to distributors and promotional schemes like free talk time, as well as discounts for users of post-paid and roaming services.

  3. Page-l: 'Protection of personal dataa right'. Constitution Bench, led by Chief Justice of India J.S. Khehar, currently examining whether privacy is a fundamental right with respect to Aadhaar. Personal data is an integral part of one's dignity and life, the Centre told the Supreme Court. Any sharing of personal data by service providers or social media platforms, which impinges on a person's right to life under WhatsApp Article 21 of the Constitution, requires regulation, the government submitted before a five-judge Constitution Bench This data includes photographs, messages and pictures shared by users on WhatsApp. However, this stand taken by the Centre in the WhatsApp case does not quite gel with its position before a nine-judge 2

  4. .The question before the nine-judge Bench is whether the right of a citizen to choose to remain private and to not part with personal information to either the state or private parties is fundamental to his dignity. . The petitioners in the Aadhaar case have argued that right to a dignified life includes the right to privacy. .Citizens cannot be compelled by the state to suffer the indignity of being made to part with their personal data like biometric details to access public welfare and benefits But the Centre has maintained in the Aadhaar case that privacy or the "right to be left alone" is not a fundamental right under the Constitution.

  5. Page l: Mentally retarded adult not a child:SC Pagel:Mentallyretardedadult not a child:SC . A "mentally-retarded" adult cannot be considered a child and given refuge under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act of 2012, the Supreme Court. . The case before the court was that of a rape victim, whose biological age is 38 though medical reports conclude that her "mental age" is that of six-year-old. The woman's mother had moved the Supreme Court to expand the definition of the term 'child' in Section 2 (d) of the POCSO Act to embrace adults who are"mentally-retarded or extremely intellectually-challenged . The mother's petition said the biological age of a person should not be the governing yardstick for POCSO, which seeks to protect children from sexual abuse, treat them with fragility and provide them gentle care throughout the criminal trial and swiftly punish the guilty. . Justice Misra said the definition of the term 'child' in Section 2(d) is exhaustive and includes only persons below the biological age of 18. The 2012 Act recognises the phenomenon of "mental disability," but confines its ambit to only the mental disability of minors.

  6. Page 5 Nation: Audit slams Railways on food quality. .A Comptroller and Auditor General report tabled in Parliament has found severe deficiencies in the catering services of the Indian Railways, with several stations and trains serving food items "unfit for human consumption", unpurified tap water being ration, and food being left unprotected from insects a rats. Major deficiencies in Army's ammunition reserves Comptroller and Auditor General has presented a dismal picture of the Army's War Wastage Reserve (WWR) ammunition, especially of high calibre equipment needed to wage intense war. WWR is the reserve quantity of ammunition needed to meet the requirements for the expected duration of operations. Ma

  7. Page 1l: Vector-borne diseases claimed 1,010 lives this year: ] P Nadda Issue: Vector-borne diseases have claimed 1,010 lives so far this year, including 632 deaths due to HINI, the government informed the Lok Sabha . Steps taken to combat vector-borne diseases: Steps taken to combat vector-borne diseases: [1] National Quality Assurance Programme (NQAP) has been rolled out, under which quality standards for different health facilities, including primary health centres and community health centres have been defined and these health facilities are assessed against them and certified. 2] There is coordination with the Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) to detect early warning signals such as any upsurge in fever cases or any reports of malaria outbreaks Memorandum of understanding between Madhya Pradesh, ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) and Sun Pharma for the malaria elimination initiatives, among other such programmes.

  8. The minister also said the Centre ensures deputation of teams with specialist doctors to guide and supervise the efforts of the state governments to help in reduction of morbidity and mortality due to the outbreak of vector-borne diseases. To another question, Nadda said there is no proposal at the ministry level to get ISO certification for primary and community health centres. "National Quality Assurance Programme (NQAP) has been rolled out, under which quality standards for different health facilities, including primary health centres and community health centres have been defined and these health facilities are assessed against them and certified," he said. As far as quality assurance of these centres is concerned, it is for the states to see, Nadda said, adding that the central government provides technical and financial support. There are 25,354 functional primary health centres and 5,510 community health centres in the country, official data showed.

  9. Page 1l: Untrained teachers get 2 years to qualify. The Lok Sabha passed a Bill that offers untrained teachers teaching in schools time till March 3, 2019, to acquire B.El. Ed (Bachelor of Elementary Education) or D. El. Ed. (Diploma in Elementary Education) qualifications to hold their jobs as teachers . This was done through an amendment to the Right to Education Act, 2009, as a last chance to such teachers not to lose their jobs. . Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Swayam portal-part of massive open online courses-and 32 free DTH educational channels would be helpful to acquire theoretical knowledge and then pass the exam to retain their jobs. State governments would also offer them annual training

  10. World News: Sirisena signs law to address enforced disappearances . Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena signed the Office on Missing Persons Act, paving . For over a year since the Act was passed in Parliament, sections have been pressuring the . According to Human Rights watchdog Amnesty International,Sri Lanka has at the way for a mechanism that seeks to help families looking for their missing relatives government to operationalise the Office on Missing Persons (OMP) least 60,000 cases of enforced disappearances since the 1980s, including tens of thousands of Tamils who went missing during the island's three-decade civil war.

  11. The WCOthe international body supporting the uniform implementation of the TFA across the globe has 182 member nations (including India) that manage more than 98% of world trade. . As per the WTO, the full implementation of the TFA could boost global trade by up to $I trillion per year.

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