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26th January 2017: (Hindi) Editorial Analysis of The Hindu and other Newspapers
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Today's lesson covers the Editorials from The Hindu, Indian Express and Livemint. The topics discussed are - Women empowerment, Education status, Health sector reforms, and Political funding.

Deepanshu Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepanshu Singh
Faculty- Indian Polity and Current Affairs| UPSC CSE Reserve list 2015| Consultant-G.O.I. Loves Geography Teaching since 2015

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Hi! Sir Can I add following points (in paradox India facing...) With suitable suggestion +Lack of democracy within the parties. + money and muscle power. + no meaningful choice to voters. + no proportional representation of women + low degree of public participation. please reply regards Monika
The mission indradhanush depicting 7 colors of rainbow-targets to immunize children against 7 vaccine preventable diseases
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  1. HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY


  2. HINDI EDITORIAL ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPERS I IN LESS THAN 10 MIN UTE Presented BY Deepanstau Sn 26th January,2017 chrome


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  4. EDITORALS COVERED IN TODAY'S LESSON The Hindu o WOMEN AND INVISIBLE WORK o DONATIONS AND DISCLOSURES Indian Express oSHOT IN THE ARM Livemint o INDIA'S EDUCATION SPENDING NEEDS A COURSE ON ACCOUNTABILITY


  5. QUESTION FOR ANSWER WRITING PRACTICE -What is the paradox that India is facing between its democracy and the elections? Critically analyse unacademy discuss [Course] - January 2017 Editorial Analysis of The Hindu and Other Major Newspapers More > (Hindi) January 2017 Editorial Analysis of The Hindu... m Test Preparation UPSC AAS deepanshu.n.singh 17 11d m... January 2017-Editorial Analysis of The Hindu and Other Major Newspapers t5 The course w bring you in-depth analysis of important editor as torn leadng newspapers ike The Hindu, Indian Express Livemint esc which are relevant for Mans as wellas preims Pinned Topics Government examinations These w heip you in your Mans as well as prems preparation About Us Careers Terms Prvacy Contact Us Twitter Facebook created steeply 113 379 21 48 1 Frequent Posters


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  7. IE: SHOT IN THE ARM GS-2 The highest attainable standards of health in terms of physical, mental and social well-being is not only a fundamental right of every human being, but also a prerequisite for the economic and social development of a nation o Children's health o The highest possible physical and mental development can only be attained by investing in the initial five years ofa person's life as this ensures survival with improved cognition o The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) is therefore working towards ensuring the most productive life for a person by specitically tocussing on the initial five years of lite o Every year, 2.6 crore children are born in India; nearly 11.4 lakh die before their fifth birthday, many from preventable causes o To ensure that every child has access to immunisation, MoHFW launched Mission Indradhanush in 2014 oProgress so far- o India should take pride in its progress in public health Life expectancy has increased from 63.5 to 67.9 during the last decade Through 2009 to 2015, the maternal mortality rate has decreased from 212 deaths per 100,000 live births to 167 deaths and infant mortality rate has decreased from 50 to 37 deaths per 1,000 live births o We have also eradicated polio and eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus


  8. o Mission Indradhanush- special drive to vaccinate all unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children, protecting them against 10 life-threatening diseases, including diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio and measles, among others AGAINST SEVEN VACCINE PREVE aeckets and zinc tablets are distibuted fox use in theTETANUS, HEPATITIS B AND MEAS o During MI drives, pregnant women are administered the tetanus Deing vaccine, ORS packets and zinc tablets are distributed for use in the event of severe diarrhoea or dehydration and vitamin A doses are administered to boost child immunity MI is one of the largestimmunisation Programmes in the world o Since the launch of MI, full immunisation coverage has increased by 5% to 7% The goal of MI is to achieve more than 90% full immunisation coverage among children in the country by 2020 o Set to enter its fourth phase, MI will initially cover 67 districts across the eight north-eastern states, some of the most remote and inaccessible districts in the country o Universal Immunisation Programme: Child The government has strategically introduced several new vaccines in the Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP) The pentavalent vaccine, which protects against five diseases, was introduced throughout the country in 201 Rotavirus vaccine, IPV, and possible launch of two new vaccines- measles-rubella (MR) vaccine, for protection against measles as well as congenital birth defects caused by rubella pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) to protect against pneumonia


  9. IE: SHOT IN THE ARM GS-2 o Role of health workers has been crucial o Trainings offered to frontline workers are facilitating a higher number of institutional deliveries and increase in newborn care, in addition to immunization As health workers reach out to people in previously unaccessed and remote areas, MI has created an interface to o Immunisation helps the country invest in human capital, contributing to future economic growth and reducing o Further, the lessons learned from the special immunisation campaign contributed to strengthening other public health connect populations with a wide range of health services and strengthened health systems in these areas the economic burdens of hospitalisation and treatment costs services, including deworming and diarrhoea control RADHANUSH Be Wise! Get your child fully immunized


  10. MINT: INDIA'S EDUCATION SPENDING NEEDS A COURSE ON ACCOUNTABILITY GS-2 Despite an increase in spending, educational outcomes in schools have worsened in India in the last decade o Additions to the Learning deficit series of the Hindu and ASER-2016 report o Hard Facts-The percentage of children in standard five who can do division has declined from 42.5% in 2007 to 26% in 2016, while the percentage of those who can read a standard two text has worsened from 53% in 2006 to 48% in 2016. Only a fourth of students in standard five can read English sentences o Surprisingly-this decline has happened despite enhanced spending on school education. Between 2006 and 2013, public expenditure on school education increased from 2.2% to 2.68% of GDP Educational outcomes have worsened, except for enrollment School education spending has increased in the last decade The columns show total central and state spending as percentage of GDP % of children aged 6-14 not enrolled in school 2.7 2.7 2.59 253 6.60 2.30 22 2.2 22 22 2.30 25 26 27 27 4.2 4.3 3.40 3.30 3.5 3.30 3.30 3.1


  11. Reasons for this increase number of unknown sources funding: The reason for these is that under the present income tax law, parties need not disclose the names of those donating up to 20,000. o To enjoy income tax exemption, they need to maintain records only of those who donate sums above 20,000 o This provision effectively gives parties the advantage of converting big donations as small contributions from anonymous donors. From these facts, we can say that less than a third of their total income comes from known sources. This puts the question of transparency in political funding in our mind, Because this Transparency in funding is essential to ensuring clean, democratic governance. How and why should we need transparency in funding? o Political parties in the legislature make critical decisions, and their donors could have a bearing on policy. o In 2013, the Central Information Commission ruled that political parties were covered under the Right to Information Act. It was pointed out that they got tax exemptions, land allotments and free airtime on state-owned media.


  12. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations-estimates that if women farmers had the same resources as men, it would have led to 150 million fewer hungry people Amartya Sen-empowerment of women is the key to improving human million fewer hurn development for the whole society elopment for the whole society o women's liberation has to be based on concrete material foundations. It is women's unpaid care work, which makes work and sport outside the home possible. some women break out of the private sphere and enter the public sphere, the unpaid care work falls upon lowly-paid women domestic help from the most marginalised backgrounds, and poor immigrant women in developed countries o Women's empowerment is not merely about women becoming wrestlers or fighter pilots, which are, of course, important symbolic gestures. But for real equality, it is imperative that women's care work be given its due material recognition o All these issue came up because of the movie Dangal and a famous dialogue from it "A critical scene in the film is Mahavir Phogat instructing his wife that the daughters will not do chulha-chowka (household work) any more, but will henceforth devote time to wrestling" o Thus the question of "who is going to do the work that the girls are liberated from? and women empowerment


  13. o Serena Williams and entry of black women in sports have not changed the situation of women ,especially in Africa o So the author finally says For the real equality for women, along with the Mahavir Phogats, we need the likes of Arunachalam Muruganantham, the man who revolutionised women's health by inventing cheap sanitary napkins Will women fit into the male world when it comes to labour and will the male dominated labour sector accept it and will it lead to women empowerment? Womern Work Empowerment