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25th June 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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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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Jatin Sir Hope You doing Well :) I want to ask you About State PSC (Punjab) Specific current affairs that apart from the hindu and your analysis videos which type of news articles from where should i follow for proper integration to punjab specific. Please reply as soon as possible. Thanks For Your Great Great Analysis :) Your Student: Damandeep Singh City: Patiala.
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman read tribune newspapr wo to sara punjab ki news se baraa padha hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman read tribune newspapr wo to sara punjab ki news se baraa padha hai
Daman Singh
2 years ago
Thank You So much Sandeep For this genuine suggestion but brother it will put a alot of Workload as hindu should also be covered for all national international important news and how can i cover tribune specifically which parts to cover :(
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
sahi hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
sahi hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
sahi hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman àap pcs ki tyari ker rahen hai apko koi idea hai exam kab hog a notification kab tak aayegi maine bi ye dena hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman àap pcs ki tyari ker rahen hai apko koi idea hai exam kab hog a notification kab tak aayegi maine bi ye dena hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman àap pcs ki tyari ker rahen hai apko koi idea hai exam kab hog a notification kab tak aayegi maine bi ye dena hai
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
daman àap pcs ki tyari ker rahen hai apko koi idea hai exam kab hog a notification kab tak aayegi maine bi ye dena hai
Daman Singh
2 years ago
most probably in 2018 mein notification aa skti hai Sandeep :)
Sandeep jabalia
2 years ago
ok thanks
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
Tribune is good.
Daman Singh
2 years ago
Thank You So much Jatin Sir For your Reply :)
Chennai Kolkata rail line passes along the western Bank of balugaon, with balugaon ,chilika and rambha being the main stations along the western shoreline of the chilika lagoon.
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
seriously are you preparing for upsc???
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
seriously are you preparing for upsc???
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
seriously are you preparing for upsc???
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
seriously are you preparing for upsc??
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
yar gussa mat hona par aise answers to mat do na..... sir railway line q hi puchenge?..... think about it instead of getting angry
Anupam Sarkar
a year ago
yar gussa mat hona par aise answers to mat do na..... sir railway line q hi puchenge?..... think about it instead of getting angry
86°E longitude passes through chilika
86°E longitude passes through chilika
Tropic of cancer cross chilika lake
Rajat Bhardwaj
a year ago
no it's not passes through chilka actually chilka is in odhisa and tropic of cancer do not pass through odhisha if u see the map
Bas tum ban gaye IAS
tropic of cancer cross through 8 states of India. 1.Gujarat 2Rajasthan 3.M.P 4.Chattisgarh 5.Jharkhand 6.West Bengal 7.Tripura 8.Mizoram
Rajat Bhardwaj
a year ago
@bhartendra Deshmukh to whom u request saying ????
Rajat Bhardwaj
a year ago
*are
i am saying to shivani mam because she asked that tropic of cancer cross chilika lake.
Sir The Hindu Editorial is same for all states and districts or different?
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  3. : O Page-1: lndia cuts export quotas for Maldives at th . India has lowered the limits on the export of certain essential commodities such as potatoes, onions, and eggs to the Maldives, according to a recent notification, in a move that sparked reports of possible food shortages in the Maldives. This move, though ostensibly based on a new method of calculation, comes against the backdrop of a recent heightening of tensions between the two countries The Maldivian media, however, recently reported that the Managing Director of State Trading Organization had assured the people that there will be no shortage of essential goods due to the Indian decision. According to a bilateral pact that came into effect in 1981, India exports essential commodities by and large in line with the requirement as communicated by the government of Maldives. However, last week's notification by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade reduced these limits. Government sources said the calculations for 2018-19 were arrived at using a new methodology.u This is not an arbitrary action that has been taken. re he . e an ent . India and Maldives have had a long-standing relationship and this is a continuation of that. Normally, they send us their requirement and we try to meet all of it This time, we have not received the requirement and so we calculated the average of the last three years and have set that as the limit for this year ksa


  4. want te be starti It seems to be a rationalisation of the quota based on actual utilisation in the recent past. Analysis: Earlier, the government of India used to routinely grant in complete trust whatever amounts were requested by the Maldives side. This is probably a political message. .Relations between India and Maldives have soured somewhat in recent times p * re The new three-year average method of calculating the limits will result in a year-on-year reduction in the amount of some essential goods exported to the Maldives, but an increase in others. e an k h that


  5. Page-3 East: Proposed water aerodrome in Chilika Lake likely to face green hurdle th The Airports Authority of India has proposed to set up a water aerodrome in Chilika Lake for starting amphibious aircraft operations in Odisha. pre-feasibility study has already been completed. The Chilika Development Authority, the apex regulatory authority for Chilika Lake, has been asked to submit its opinion about the project & is A p evaluating the possible ecological consequences of the project he Sources, however, said the project will most likely face a green hurdle. For six months between October and March, Chilika turns into a temporary habitat for lakhs of migratory and residential birds. If an aircraft flies at low height, there is every chance of the birds getting hit. While the bird population will be in danger, safety of passengers of amphibious aircraft will also be jeopardised. Noise pollution generated by close to 10,000 boats has already taken a toll on the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins in the lake. The amphibious aircraft operation would add to the woes. . As many as 155 endangered Irrawaddy dolphins were spotted in Chilika, which is the single largest habitat of this species in the world. After clearing the lake of illegal man-made enclosures dolphins have now started moving freely in all sectors. Meanwhile, the Odisha government has decided to regulate boat operation in the lake following th death of six passengers in a recent boat tragedy. It has made life jackets mandatory for tourists and GPS on the boats


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  7. Page-5: Pinarayi- PM standoff takes a political hue. IGS Mains Paper-2: Cooperative Federalism] Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's strong stand against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the latter's refusal to meet him to discuss Kerala's development issues, is developing into a full-scale ocal stand-off, going beyond a Centre-State issue at th . Mr Vijayan had pointed out to the constitutional impropriety of denying him an audience and the he indifference shown to the State. Mr. Vijayan said a consumer State like Kerala faced several issues, which required Mr. Modi's intervention, following the implementation of the Food Safety Act. But the Prime Minister had repeatedly refused to meet delegations from Kerala, he alleged. Public Works Minister G. Sudhakaran, who is in charge of rail development, too picked holes in the stand adopted by Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and the Railway Board on the rail needs of the State. He said he had written to Mr. Goyal registering the State's protest. pe ar nk h * pur locke t stay that


  8. want te be starti Page-1:NRC omissions raise fear in Assam Of Assam's 14 MPs, All India United Democratic Front chief Badruddin Ajmal and his brother at th Sirajuddin Ajmal did not figure in the first draft of the updated National Register of Citizens (NRC) published on December 31 last year Also missing from the first draft containing 19 million names were at least 15 of Assam's 126 MLAs. They included Badruddin Ajmal's son Abdur Rahim Ajmal, who represents the AIUDF, perceived to be re po-minority party, from the Jamunamukh constituency. The leaders are not worried. But the likes of Moinal Islam, a mason from near Chhaygaon, west of Guwahati, who has been at a loss to explain why his father adds 'Sheikh'to his name while he doesn't, and Subhas Saha of western Assam's Dhubri town, half of whose family were excluded from the first draft despite having lived there for almost a century, are worried by speculation that up to four million people mostly Bengali Hindus and Muslims-would become stateless after June 30 Misplaced fears: official ent . State NRC Coordinator said "These are misplaced fears. We cannot quantify at this moment, but the number ofpeople who might get left out would be 50,000 at most. Even then, they will get an opportunity to prove their citizenship through claims and objections." About 2,500 NRC centres across the State would continue to handle claims and objections before being wound up. A few centres would remain to continue the process ofen!isting children of those who find their names in the updated NRC ksa


  9. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Page-10: In Kolkata, resistance to Assam register builds up. [GSM-2: Citizenshi The first draft of the updated National Register of Citizens (NRC), 1951 was publishedon December 31, 2017 and many families did not feature on the list. It effectively means thatthey are not citizens of India. y hav Less than 30% residents of three districts of Bengali-dominated Barak Valley featured in the first list of NRC. The second list is expected on June 30. The process may get delayed due to floods in Assam "They asked for my birth certificate. We never used to have one in 1949," said Mr. Bhattacharya, a well-known writer of Assam Eventually, he and others formed the Citizen Rights Protection Coordination Committee-Assam [CRPCCA] to resist NRC in Assam. They are campaigning in Kolkataa atu about the impact of NRC. pl. reve slay . . or us hink h cause l erent rk and t sta .The committee estimates about 70 lakh of Assam's three crore people are "likely" to be dropped off the NRC list in phases. : At least 25 lakh of those expected to be dropped are Bengali Hindus, while the rest are Bengali Muslims. ch


  10. The figures are calculated on the basis of identity clarification sought from the Central government's various departments and the States, the committee's office-bearers indicated. "This will not be done at one go but in phases; some will be taken to camps, some will be given notices and even some people will be included in the list but all of them will be turned Stateless," > . at th said a Professor of North Eastern Hill University, who is also a member of CRPCCA pOnly in Assam: Although it is called a 'national' register, it is carried out solely in Assam, under he the amended sub-rules of 4A of Citizenship Rules, 2003. It is against fundamental rights as rew enshrined in the Constitution .In a seminar in Kolkata, one of the general secretaries of Bengal BJP, Sayantan Basu, argued said that "in order to ensure that the country is not owned by the foreigners, NRC is necessary." "If need be, when BJP comes to power in West Bengal, NRC will be conducted here," Mr. Basu said. On behalf of Bangla Pokkho, a pressure group, Garga Chatterjee challenged NRC in the seminar "Assam is a laboratory and some experiments are going on in Assam. It would be put to practice in ur Bengal. NRC has to be stopped now," Mr. Chatterjee said. Congress leader Arunabha Ghosh said that "they are worried about the fate of Bengalis in Assam e ar k h ent ksa


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