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22nd June 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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  3. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Page -1: India notifies higher tariffs on U.S. imports India notified higher tariffs on several items imported from the U.S., including agricultural products such as apples, almonds, chickpeas, lentils, and walnuts, and industrial inputs such as some grades of iron and steel products y hav . This is the latest salvo in the ongoing tariff tiff between the U.S. and several of its trading rertners pho Room for talks The notification, however, says these higher tariffs would come into effect from August 4, layer leaving room for further discussions between the U.S. and India before the new rates are implemented The action follows the government's notification to the WTO last week that it was imposing tariffs, amounting to $240 million, in retaliation for the U.S. duty on steel and aluminium or us hink h cause h erent . The notification does not mention a tariff hike on 800 cc (or more) motorcycles, which would pu affect Harley Davidson imports, already a sore point. rk and t sta

  4. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th India notifies higher tariffs on U.S. imports. The Commerce Minister has said that he will behaving more talks with the U.S. on the trade issues, and so the later date for the implementation of the tariffs is to give time so that they can be amended following the talks," a Finance Ministry official said, on the condition of anonymity. But the notification also shows that we are serious about the issue India's move comes close on the heels of escalating trade tensions, with the U.S. and China both imposing hefty tariffs on each other, and even the European Union joining the fray. The row began in March, when U.S. President Donald Trump signed an order imposing a 25% tariff on steel imports and a 10% tariff on aluminium imports, causing concern among its trading partners and members of the WTO Recently, IMF chief economist also highlighted the detrimental effects of such a trade environment saying that the prospect of trade restrictions and counter-restrictions threatens to undermine confidence and derail growth prematurely. y hav pho reve slay . or us hink h cause l erent a pu rk and t sta ch

  5. PAGE-5 SOUTH: Resignation of YSRCP MPs accepted Lok Sabha Speaker accepted the resignation of five YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) MPs, 76 days after they first submitted resignations on April 6. The delay in accepting the resignation now rules out any possibility of a bypoll in the . pine five seats since the Lok Sabha elections are now less than a year away. .As per the Lok Sabha notification, the resignations have been accepted with effect from he June 20. The YSRCP MPs had demanded that their resignations must be accepted with effect from April 6 when they had originally resigned. Their rival in Andhra Pradesh, the Telugu Desam Party, has been alleging that it is a "fixed match" all the way and that the Speaker's office delayed accepting the resignations to ensure that bypolls do not take place. 2 . 9 a pu From the day one, we have been saying this is match-fixing. If there was no collusion 8 between the YSRCP and the BJP, why did the Speaker not accept their resignations on April 6? Didn'tthe Speaker accept resignations of B.S. Yeddyurappa and B. Sriramulu?" TDP MP from Vijayawada Kesineni Srinivas said 0 0

  6. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE and he probahl s bnat th Hobnobbing with BJP' Mr. Srinivas claimed that if bypolls were held, then out of the five seats, the YSR Congress would stand to lose three seats. They will have no ground to fight Lok Sabha lections. y hav pheThe TDP has been accusing the YSRCP of hobnobbing with the BJP. They released eg evidence last week on the party leaders meeting BJP leader Ram Madhav and Prime reve slay Minister Narendra Modi or us hink h cause h erent a pu rk and t sta

  7. want to be starting ganses, beiag cranted to shoe the hos ht tant to E but thh PAGE-5: Access to Aadhaar database will help solve cases faster National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) Director requested the government to provide limited access to Aadhaar database, which would help the investigating agencies in conducting probe into inter-State criminals more effectively and timely with the help of fingerprint. He said limited access to Aadhaar database is need of the hour as 80 to 85% of the criminals every year are first-time offenders with no record with the police. If the government provides us Aadhaar database, the local police can tally the collected fingerprint and nab the accused. . rev .Similarly, more than 40,000 unidentified dead bodies are recovered by the police every year and spe an For us think h with access to Aadhaar, these could be identified and handed over to their relatives. The Director emphasised the need for National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS). lthhen a pu Ivis rk and t sta warded

  8. . He said the current Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) which was developed in 1992, has only 11.5 lakh fingerprint database, while all the States have about 50 lakh finger print database The AFIS has limited capacity and is outdated now. So, we have proposed for a NAFIS that can be linked to 850-odd police district headquarters and commissionerates from where a search 2 query could be sent to the National Database," he said, adding that the FBI has 50-million fingerprint lv database. .In the second phase, the NCRB would stretch their arms to all the 15,600-odd police stations across the country so that a police constable on patrolling duty, or at a naaka can send the query and check the incidents of any suspect Once the database is ready, there would be a need for Artificial Intelligence in data analytic tools by which we can analyse the data and see whether an offender has a criminal record in other states too Amendment in Act: Amendment in Identification of Prisoners Act 1920 is also required to include un other biometrics as face, palm and voice which are the need of the hour. . There is also need to do away with the clause of one year rigorous imprisonment in the identification ay of Prisoners Act, 1920 and the NCRB has already sent the proposal to MHA that

  9. anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th can reach only 1 % cases .He said out of 50 lakh cases registered each year in the country, the fingerprint experts are able to visit only around 55,000 scenes of crime, which is just 1% of all cases and is grossly inadequate. y hav pheThe reason is many states do not have adequate fingerprint cadre strength nor do they he have the proper equipment. reve slay Mr. Kumar requested the Ministry of Home Affairs to modernise all the State Finger Print Bureaus so that experts could at least visit 10% of the scenes of crime. " or us hink h cause h erent , UN CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE NEED FOR SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION a pu rk and

  10. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Page-6: Vice President savs loan waiver not a permanent solution. .Cautioning against complacency over the food security situation, Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu said there was a need to evolve "a multipronged strategy to make agriculture viable, profitable and sustainable". het y hav . Speaking at the two-day national consultation on 'Making Agriculture Sustainable and pho Profitable' here, Mr. Naidu said loan waiver was not a permanent solution and in the long term, it would affect the agriculture sector and "hurt" cultivators Farmers who take up allied activities like poultry and dairy along with traditional farming do not commit suicide cultivators must be able to export their produce for better returns. reve layer or us . The growing needs of our country's increasing population require our own home-grown food ink cause l erent security strategy as suggested by the eminent scientist and Father of the Green Revolution, Prof. M.S. Swaminathan Mr. Naidu emphasised on the need to make government policies more pro-farmer. a pu rk and t sta ch

  11. anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Coordinated action' A concerted and coordinated action is required on a number of issues that impact the growth of the agriculture sector and the quality of life of people who depend primarily on this sector. We should streamline implementation processes keeping the end consumer-the farmer always in view. y hav reve.The deliberations are expected to translate into practical recommendations to fine-tune existin policies with the aim of enhancing farmers' incomes layer The Vice-President further said that irrigation, infrastructure, investment and insurance sectors needed to be strengthened for the farm sector to be developed. Increased productivity is possible only if farmers have greater access to knowledge, technologyn and credit. We have to innovate, Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Swaminathan said the time has come for people to move from Green Revolution to 'evergreen' revolution. or us hink h cause h erent . a pu rk and

  12. want to be starting ganses, beiag it th Page-7 Nation: World's hungry population on the rise again, says UN report . The number of hungry people in the world has risen for the first time in more than a decade, according to a United Nations report There are now approximately 38 million more undernourished people in the world, rising from 777 million in 2015 to 815 million in 2016, the year for which the latest statistics are available re According to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals 2018 report, conflict is now one of the he main drivers of food insecurity in 18 countries. After a prolonged decline, world hunger appears to be on the rise again . [ilConflict, li]drought and [iii]disasters linked to climate change are among the key factors causing this reversal in progress. e an k h ent Violent conflicts also led to the forced displacement of a record high 68.5 million in 2017. * Economic losses: Noting the increasing impact of extreme events related to a changing climate, the report said economic losses attributed to disasters were estimated at over $300 billion in 2017. This is among the highest losses in recent years, owing to three major hurricanes affecting the United States of America and several countries across the Caribbean. . ksa

  13. anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Setback in hunger eradication The percentage of undernourished people worldwide, increased for the first time in 2016, after being on a constant decline since 2000 Source: UN stats y hav pho 15 reve Prevalence of 14.8 he g slay or us hink h cause h erent 12 12.3 815 mn Number of undernourished people globally (2016) a pu rk and 2000 2008 2016

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