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Oral mentions in SC,Coastal security exercise,ISRO launches military satellite and many other exam points explained by Dr Jagadesh in an easy way based on The Hindu for UPSC

Dr Jagadesh Kumar
,M.B.B.S.,Now doing PG in MD Radiation Oncology at Madras Medical College,Chennai.Cleared NEET PG,TNPG,UPSC GDMO.

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  1. Course: The Hindu in an Examination View Lesson: 24-1-2019 PRESENTED BY:DR.S.N.JAGADESH KUMAR


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  3. Oral mentions in SC will soon be history Supreme Court is drafting new guidelines that would help ensure that urgent cases automatically come up before a Bench for hearing within four days of their being filed, obviating the need for lawyers to appear before the Chief Justice of India to orally mention their cases for urgent listing. Why? Time gets lost' ."We are trying to get rid of urgent mentioning before the court, which unnecessarily takes away time," the Chief Justice said such cases did not come up for hearing, the lawyers concerned could make a mention before the Registrar to have their cases listed.


  4. . Oral mentioning . is a convention by which lawyers circumvent the longwinded filing procedures and make a direct appeal to the CJI, who is the court's administrative head and master of the roster, for early hearing. The CJI takes a call on the spot, whether the case deserves to be heard out- ofturn. This would mean pushing other cases off the list. The CJI has often complained about how cases that were orally represented by a lawyer during mentioning, did not turn out to be urgent.


  5. India conducts 'largest coastal security drill' EXERCISE SEA VIGIL India conducted its largest coastal defence drill, Ten years after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack preparedness along the entire 7,516.6 km-long-coastline and exclusive economic zone of the country . first of its kind exercise was conducted on January 22 and 23 and coordinated by the Navy. Post 26/11, the Navy was designated as the agency responsible for overall maritime security, including offshore and coastal security, while the Coast Guard was designated as the agency responsible for coastal security in territorial waters


  6. ."Exercise Sea Vigil aims to comprehensively and holistically validate the efficacy of the measures taken since 26/11. It aims to simultaneously activate the coastal security mechanism across all 13 coastal States and Union Territories," the Navy said in a statement. This involves the evaluation of critical areas and processes, including inter-agency coordination, information sharing and technical surveillance. "Multi agency audit and identification of gaps, shortfalls and incorporation of lessons learnt into Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) are also the desired outcomes," the Navy stated. . "In an effort to test the preparedness and coordination, some rogue elements tried to breach the surveillance network and reach the coast during the exercise, I1


  7. 23,000 Railway posts for the poor massive recruitment drive to hire about 2.30 lakh people in the next two years. . Following the 103rd Constitutional Amendment, 10% of the vacancies, ie. around 23,000 vacancies will be reserved for candidates from economically weaker sections . Indian Railways has a sanctioned strength of 15,06,598 employees, of which 12,23,622 personnel are on the rolls, leaving 2,82,976 vacant posts. With the current drive to recruit 1,51,548 people, 1,31,428 posts will still be vacant. It is estimated that about 53,000 and 46,000 employees will retire in 2019-20 and 2020-21 respectively, creating about 99,000 additional vacancies.


  8. Now, an app to help the visually impaired to assist visually impaired people to easily determine denomination of currency notes, the Indian Institute of Technology at Ropar in Punjab has developed an Android App "Roshni", using image processing and analytics 'Roshni' is the first Android App that works successfully with new currency notes that were released after demonetisation and it works well in broad range of light conditions and holding angles. IPSA (Image processing, Security and Analytics) lab prepared a rich dataset of more than 13, 000 images of currency notes under varied real-world conditions. The user has to bring the currency note in front of phone camera and the App would provide audio notification intimating the currency note denomination to the user," Dr. Puneet Goyal, Ph.D scholars Mandhatya Singh and Joohi Chauhan, and student R. Ram of the CSE & Engineering department.


  9. 2 rhinos raised at Kaziranga find a new home at Manas .floods in August 2016 at Kaziranga National Park displaced them. When rescuers found the two rhino calves, they were so small that they had to be fed milk in bottles. Manas National Park, about 450 km away from Kaziranga. grew up together at Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Kaziranga augmentation of Rhinos were part of the initiative "Bring Back Manas', a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Back Esco World Heritage sirtene


  10. . ISRO to launch military satellite tonight Microsat-R put together by a handful of DRDO laboratories; PSLV-C44 will lift off from Sriharikota Indian Space Research Organisation's first mission of 2019 will put into space a 130-kg military imaging satellite, Microsat-R ISRO has shied away from sharing details of the spacecraft or its uses as it does routinely each time during its missions; except to say the satellite would be placed within 15 minutes after take-off in a polar orbit 274 km away from Earth.


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