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24th June 2017 Part-2: Daily News Analysis
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Dna 24th June part 2

Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

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

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Neetu Rani
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What you want to convey...Rohan...
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Sir Kindly upload dna of 25,26,27,28 june pls. As I have just started my preparation on current affairs i completely depend on your daily analysis videos so kindly upload them regularly as it would be hepful to many aspirants
sir please tell where is 25&26 june dna of hindu???????
Sir please both parts of analysis share on you tube......
  1. Daily The Hindu News Analysis 24th June 2017 241 une z017 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy unacademy For Editorial Analysis & English video,Visit my Unacademy Profile-

  2. Page 12 World News: Saudi sends Qatar steep demands. . Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have sent a 13-point list of demands apparently aimed at dismantling their tiny but wealthy neighbour's two reign policy which has ind Qatar did not immediately comment, but Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani had said that Qatar would not negotiate with the four states until economic, diplomatic and travel ties cut this month were restored. [i] Close Al Jazeera television, [ii] curb ties with Iran, [ii] shut a Turkish base and pay reparations, demands so far reaching it would appear to be hard for Doha to comply.

  3. . The dispute is a big test for the U.S., which houses the headquarters of its West Asia air power and 1 1,000 troops at a large base in Qatar. Mixed signal from U President Donald Trump has backed the sanctions, even as his Defense and State Departments have tried to remain neutral, resulting in in mixed signals. Mr.Trump called Qatar a "funder of terrorism at a very high level", only for his e Mixed signal from U.S. Pentagon to approve selling it $12 billion of warplanes five days later. The most powerful country in the region to back the Qatari side in the dispute has been Turkey, whose President Tayyip Erdogan has his roots in an Islamist political party similar to movements that Qatar has backed in the region. Days after the sanctions were imposed,Turkey rushed through legislation to send more troops to its base

  4. International News: Iran's Airbus deals raise pressure on Trump. Iranian air carriers have made arrangements over the past year to buy as many as 140 planes from Boeing and 100 from Airbus. powers, which relaxed sanctions in return for Iran's verifiable pledges of peaceful nuclear work. many components and technology in the aircraft are made in the U.S. and are subject to export . The deals are permitted under the 2015 nuclear agreement Iran reached with six major . But the deals-even for the Airbuses still must be licensed by the U.S. government because nsed by the U.S. government because control regulations. Nuclear deal . While President Donald Trump has railed against the nuclear accord with Iran, which he said was exporting terrorism, his administration has grudgingly gone along with the agreement. The aircraft deals in par- ticular have presented a challenge to Mr. Trump because they could support thou- sands of manufacturing jobs in the U.S nufacturing jobs in the U.S.

  5. Business Page 13: Panel to oversee progress in UN's SDG Data collected by private agencies may be considered for monitoring . The Centre will soon set up a high-level committee headed by Chief Statistician of India on set up a high-level commi sustainable Development Goals a to oversee the country's progress towards UN's Sustainable Development Goals aimed at ending poverty, fighting inequalities and tackling climate change. India will hold bi-annual reviews with the State governments for identifying good practices and challenges. . There is an emphasis on assessing and improving the availability of data and putting in place a transparent monitoring system;"disaggregated data" was vital as it would help formulate policies for specific disadvantaged groups and geographical areas. Question: What are India's Commitments under SDGs?

  6. Taxation norm for flights abroad to stay same with GST Under GST economy class tickets would attract 5% tax, while travel in business class would be taxed at 12%. M-banking now-under-ombudsman's purview: The Reserve Bank of India has widened the scope of the Banking Ombudsman Scheme 2006 by enabling a customer to lodge a complaint against the bank for non-adherance to instructions related to mobile banking and electronic banking services. Pecuniary Jurisdiction:The banking regulator also said that the pecuniary jur- isdiction of the Banking Ombudsman to pass an award has been increased from the existing lakh to 0.20 lakh. . Compensation not exceeding 100,000 ( lakh) can also be awarded by the Banking Ombudsman to the complainant for loss of time, expenses incurred as also harassment and mental anguish suffered by the complainant