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22nd June 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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Jatin Verma
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1-b 2-d AGI- Article 76
Sir, it's Aug 31 in first news, TB patients will need aadhaar card... and thanku for ur efforts :)
Sir,1,60,000MW from renewable energy (solar+wind)....remaining 10GW from biomass and 5GW from hydro energy...
Sir, is no fdi allowed below 49%? Please make us understand
sir... what is meant by 100percent fdi??? please reply...
  1. Daily The Hindu News Analysis June 22, 2017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy unacademy For Editorial Analysis & English video,Visit my Unacademy Profile-

  2. Page-1: Justice Karnan saga :a long history of confrontation. Do watch- this lesson for In-depth coverage of this issue. Article 124(4), 217. Is Collegium working fine? If yes, then why errant Judges??? MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT AFFAIRS ISSUES OF 2017 Issue: Impeachment proceedings against J.Nagarjuna Reddy Procedure of Impeachment ntmen unacademy

  3. Page 7: TB patients will need Aad haar for beneits. TB-DBT Linkage 3] Tuberculosis patients, hospitals and healthcare workers availing cash assistance from the government will need to register with the Aadhaar database by August 3. l However, Ministry sources claimed that no patient will be denied treatment on grounds that they do not have an Aadhaar card. The scheme refers to the government's Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP). Since 2012, the government requires that patients diagnosed with TB and availing treatment be registered with Nikshay, a web-based application used by the authorities to track funds, treatment outcomes and health providers connected to the RNTCP. It is being implemented by State governments and Union Territory administrations via government health facilities and registered private health facilities across the country

  4. Currently, [] patients who are tribals, [ii] a transport allowance for patients with Multi Drug Resistant TB, [ii] private sector doctors who report cases and complete treatment for patients, and [iv] those who assist patients with taking the drugs, or DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course) providers Currently, the government provides cash assistance to: the government provides cash assistance to . There is a proposal to extend cash assistance to all patients. In spite of treatment being free, patients incur considerable expenditure on nutritional supplements to ensure they can benefit from the TB drug regimen . Advantages of linking AADHAR: [] An Aadhaar number would also help avoid duplication as there were instances of the same people registering multiple times across various centres [l] Aadhaar link could help hospitals better track their patients and help ensure that patients did not drop off mid-way during the six-month treatment. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  5. The World Health Organisation has said that the tuberculosis epidemic in India was "larger" than what had been previously estimated, and asserted that the country was one of six nations which accounted for 60% of the new cases in 2015. WHO Categorisation: . Endemic a communicable disease, such as influenza, measles, mumps, pneumonia, colds, smallpox, which is characteristic of a particular place. or among a particular group, or area of interest or activity. . Epidemic - when this disease is found to infect a significantly larger number of people at the same time than is common at that time, and among that population, and may spread through one or several communities Pandemic - occurs when an epidemic spreads worldwide. Outbreaks include epidemics, which term is normally only used for infectious diseases, as well as diseases with an environmental origin, such as a water or foodborne disease. They may affect a region in a country or a group of countries. Pandemics are near-global disease outbreaks For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  6. Page 7:'Solar push could mean 3 lakh jobs by 2022" Were India to be able to meet its commitment of adding 1,75,000 MW of renewable power (solar and wind power) by 2022, it would generate employment for 3,00,000 new workers, says a new report by the think tanks [I1 Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and 2] the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Ninety per cent of these jobs would be in the solar sector. Currently both these industries employ around 21,000 people. But with a strong domestic manufacturing policy in place, another 45,000 could find indirect full-time jobs, according to thee study. Seventy per cent of the new jobs would be in the labour-intensive rooftop solar segment, which tend to gen- erate seven times more jobs" than large-scale projects such as solar farms, which are more typically associated with India's solar pusih. associated with India's solar push. For Daily News & Editorial can follow me on Unacademy

  7. Background The CEEW was founded in 2010. The International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG), as part of its 'Climate Think Tank' standardised ranking, has rated CEEW as India's top climate think tank in 2012 and 2013 In August 2014, the Indian Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, released CEEW and WWF-India's joint report -'RE+ Renewables beyond Electricity Solar Air Conditioning and Desalination in India. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is a New York City- based, non-profit international environmental advocacy group

  8. Page 10:Jaitley for JVs with Russian defence firms. Make-in-India in Defence. Emphasis on Co-production: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has urged Russian defence companies to set up local joint ventures with Indian firms to produce spares and components for use by the Indian military as well as for exports. He is currently on a three-day visit to Russia. Snippet The decision to allow I00 per cent FDI in defence to give push to defence manufacturing under the 'Make in India' initiative. [20 JUNE 2016] The government has dropped the requirement for 'state of the art' technology requirement to apply for FDI relaxation above 49 per cent. This does not mean automatic approval for defence deals. Deals above 49 per cent still need government approval but now deals not involving 'state of the art' technology can also opt the route.

  9. Page 11: PM leads yoga day amid rain International Day of Yoga', has come to represent the soft power of India. Its adoption by UN reflects global recognition of India's one of the aspects of rich cultural heritage. The day came into existence when the UN general Assembly adopted June 2l as International Day of Yoga' in December, 2014 following India's resolution. N general Assembly adopted June 21 as 'International Ancient India and Yoga [3300-1500 BCE]:The term "yoga," is found in ancient India's earliest known scripts- the Vedas. They date from the Vedic period, which began in 1500 BCE. 3rd century, BCE. In the 3rd century BCE, references to the term 'yoga"became more 3rd century, BCE. In the 3rd century BCE, references to the term "yoga" became more common in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist writings. In Mahayana Buddhism, the notion of yoga as a spiritual or meditative practice as we know now was referred to as Yogachara (Yog c ra) Yogachara involved eight steps of meditation that was known as "calmness" or "insight."

  10. Medieval India and Yoga [500-1500 AD]: During the medieval era, different schools of yoga emerged. Bhakttyoga is a spiritual pathway within Hinduism that appeared during this time, a type of yoga that focused on living through love and devotion toward God . Tantra was also a genre that arrived around the 5th century, exhibited in medieval Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu traditions. Tantras, the medieval scriptures that discussed a new yoga ideology, outlined new goals fo, those practicing yoga:"No longer is the practitioner's ultimate goal liberation from suffering existence, but rather one becomes the deity that has been one's object of meditation." Hatha yoga appeared in Buddhist texts around the 8th century, and it emerged from tantra. It's known as the common "psychophysical yoga" a combination of bodily postures, breathing, and meditation possibly the closest to what we today associate with yoga.The postures in hatha yoga are called asanas. We can perhaps attribute yoga's popularity in the West to Swami Vivekananda in 1890s