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27th June 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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thankyou Sir for your guidance. please upload more video on other chapter
Mannu Kumar Rai
a year ago
From 1st March Daily 1 or 2 lessons will be add3.
Mannu Kumar Rai
a year ago
I will try to cover Complete syllabus through MCQs before your exam.
Adarsh Dubey
a year ago
ok Sir thanks
An Exchange trade fund is an equity security that tracks an index and can be traded on a stock exchange. The CPSE ETF is made up of equity investments in 10 of India’s largest public sector companies. The biggest of these are ONGC, REC, Coal India, Container Corp, Oil India, Power Finance, GAIL, BEL, EIL, and Indian Oil. The CPSE ETFs are open-ended funds with no lock-in. They can be bought and sold on a stock market. They are pure equity investments, and you need to make a minimum investment of `5,000. ETFs are passive funds. It means that the proportion of the underlying assets remains the same. Therefore, the portfolio of the ETF remains the same unlike a mutual fund that will be actively managed.
wonderful explanation..
sir please cutout the time it's take little extra please make 10 mint max video
Jatin Verma
3 years ago
please watch some other video. thanks!
Krishna teja
3 years ago
Sir please try complete the DNA in a single video of not more than 15 min so that we get enough time to read the newspaper and listen to your editorial analysis ....thank you
Ahamed Boxer
3 years ago
sir,plz dont do that take ur tym to expain as much as possible in exams(pre&mains)point of view
Article 77. Conduct of business of the Government of India (1) All executive action of the Government of India shall be expressed to be taken in the name of the President (2) Orders and other instruments made and executed in the name of the President shall be authenticated in such manner as may be specified in rules to be made by the President, and the validity of an order or instrument which is so authenticated shall nor be called in question on the ground that it is not an order or instrument made or executed by the President (3) The President shall make rules for the more convenient transaction of the business of the Government of India, and for the allocation among Ministers of the said business
sir is because of you current affairs are being simple.Please do not skip.
Sir, where is 24th, 25th & 26th DNA??
Jatin Verma
3 years ago
24 th has been uploaded.... 25th n 26th will follow soon
  1. Daily The Hindu News Analysis 27th June 20 17 By Jatin Verma Educator Unacademy unacadem For Editorial Analysis & English video, Visit my Unacademy Profile-

  2. Page l: Cabinet to consider proposal for outright sale of Air India The three options on the table are a full 100% sell-off, a 74% stake sale or retaining a 49% share in the airline, as per the note prepared by the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM). While the Central government think-tank NITI Aayog and the Finance Ministry are in favour of an outright sale of the ailing airline, the Civil Aviation Ministry is keen that the government continues to remain a stakeholder in the national carrier after hand- ing over the management to the private sector. . The Cabinet will also consider a proposal to clear up Air India's liabilities by forming a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which will house a portion of its non-aircraft debt along with its subsidiaries and real estate assets. A major portion of the working capital loan, subsidiaries and prime properties owned by Air India is proposed to be housed in an SPV

  3. DIPAM: Strategic Disinvestment nagement System of Rolling Plan Manageme Accelerating Disinvestment Process CPSE Exchange Trade Funds Promoting Digital Payments Accelerating -1 System in Offer for Sale Time-bound Listing of CPSEs Equity Culture Su ouaun More inclusive disinvestment programme

  4. The Department of Disinvestment has been renamed as Department of Investment and Public Asset Management or 'DIPAM', a decision aimed at proper management of Centre's investments in equity including its disinvestment in central public sector undertakings. [Article 77] Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had announced renaming of the Department of Disinvestment in or 'DIPAM, a decision anrenamed as Department of his budget speech for 2016-17. Initially set up as an independent ministry (The Ministry of Disinvestment) in December 1999, the Department of Disinvestments came into existence in May 2004 when the ministry was turned into a department of the Ministry of Finance. The department took up all the functions of the erstwhile ministry which broadly was responsible for systematic policy approach to disinvestment and privatisation of Public Sector Units (PSUs)

  5. Page 7: Motorisation costs to soar in 3 years,says study The Study was conducted by researchers of the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow,and Bangalore,and the Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi. A recently published paper, "Indian auto-mobility 2020:A perceptive picture," predicts a-34% to 36% increase in fuel costs in the next three years; Owning a vehicle in India in 2020 could cost up to 28% more than what it used to in 2012; big Indian cities such as Mumbai and Bengaluru would have greater passenger kilometre travelled/capita (PKT/c) with a larger workforce expected to settle in cities, and commuters having to travel longer distances to reach their places of work. cost of one litre petrol in India is 37% of the average daily income, which is way higher than the 2% in the U.S., Germany and Japan. As for cars, the number of registered cars per 1,000 population in India (16) is much lower than that of developed countries like the U.S. (423), Germany (517) and Japan (453). e However, land use, along with work force participation and age- structure of the population, is perceived to increase motorisation in 2020.

  6. Social and aspirational values of owning a vehicle is not going to be as high in 2020, while environmental awareness by preferring cycling or public transport is likely to go up among people. Attitude towards air travel, which is high at present, may remain the same. Kasturirangan to head education committee: Eminent scientist, former chief of ISRO and Padma Vibhushan Dr. K. Kasturirangan has been appointed Chairman of the committee tasked with preparing the final draft of the National Education Policy. Background: Entry 25 Concurrent List The NEP is a policy formulated by the Government of India to promote education amongst India's people. The policy covers elementary education to college education in both rural and urban lnda- ->The first NEP was promulgated in 1968 by the Indira Gandhi governm ent, and the second by the Rajiv Gandhi government in 1986. The 1986 National Policy on Education was modified in 1992 by the PV Narasimha Rao government

  7. Page 10:At 399 ppm, India matches the world in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels . The findings, based on readings from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2)-a NASA satellite to monitor the environment -reveal that pockets of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh saw CO2 concentrations hover much higher between 405 ppm and 410 ppm. Southern India and the western coast saw concentrations between 395 ppm and 400 ppm while the central and northern regions registered between 400 and 405 ppm The first-ever picture of atmospheric carbon dioxide co ncentration over India shows that it is e Causes for such higher values: Lack of a CO2 sink, point sources like forest fires or biomass burning or an urban source and gaseous transport from neighbouring regions based on prevailing weather conditions. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  8. Page I l: PM Modi's U.S. visit: l. Strategic Issues Prmte pin lser arendra Modi and US President Donald Trump, they only have about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Donald Trump, they only have about 20 minutes in their schedule for one-on-one discussions Officials say a number of issues will come up during the delegation-level talks, which will run for an hour. Chief among them is charting India-US. Strategic Partnership ahead, including talks on the last two of the three"foundational agreements" the U.S. wants India to sign. The two sides are expected to discuss three conflict regions ofAfghanistan, IS-held Syria and Iraq as well as tensions in the South China Sea. The discussion on Afghanistan is significant as it comes a few weeks ahead of Washington's revised Af- Pak" policy India would like the US. to cut military aid to Pakistan, and to increase its resources to bolster the Ghani government against the Taliban. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  9. 2 Trade issues . U.S. is mainly concerned about high tariffs and patent protection in India, India is worried about Mr.Trump's America First" policy could be in conflict with Mr. Modi's "Make in India" in terms the possible cuts in visas and jobs for Indians. of where the jobs will be created Several manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin are pitching their plan for F-16 fighter jet assembly lines in India as a possible middle ground. . The most imminent defence deal could be for 22 Predator drones to be bought off the shelf from U.S. company General Atomics for a cost of reportedly $2-3 billion. More meetings ahead . Both leaders will meet at the G-20 in Germany in a fortnight, and Mr. Modi may return to the U.S. for a longer visit in September during the U.N. General Assembly session. For Daily News & Editorial Analysis, you can follow me on Unacademy

  10. Page Il: Scorpenes to gain in en Page : Scorpenes to gain in endurance The Navy is planning to instal Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) modules on all six Scorpene submarines to extend their endurance. This will be done when the submarines go for normal rent which is six years after their induction

  11. Map O State Capital a6o Sikkim -Arunachal Pradesh, gangtok Itanagar CO OGangtok Assam agaland GuwahatiO Shillong O O imphal 2 Manipur Agartala Trip OAiXwal Mizoram

  12. Middle East Page 12: International News Page 12: Intern Bahrain accuses Qatar of 'military escalation': Bahrain's Foreign Minister accused Qatar of a "military Bahrain's Foreign Minister accused Qatar of a military TURKEY 7. escalation" in the Gulf diplomatic crisis, an apparent reference to Doha's allowing Turkish troops on its territory. The disagreement with Qatar is a political and security dispute and has never been military. The countries have presented a 13-point ultimatum to Qatar but Doha has rejected their demands as unrealistic. IRAQ IRAN EGYPT SAUDI ARABIA SUDAN rablan Se SOMALIA ETHOPIA

  13. International: Macron pushes for Ukraine peace talks Says Crimea is not part of Russia Little Russio Russian Empire oa. 180 . Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 after a military intervention in eastern Ukraine. The new French intervention in eastern Ukraine. lhe new French President said he expected a new round of the Lugansk New pet Russia Nikolaye Donetsk so-called "Normandy format" talks on the issue 1 involving France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine to be held in late June or early July. He said France would renew efforts to allow monitors from the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) oversee a ceasefire in eastern Kistuiner Azou Sea Odessa Black SeCrimead Kingdon of Romanic

  14. Page 13 Business page: Feud traps 7,000 cr mining taxes About 7,000 crore of potential mining taxes are locked in litigation over whether rules notified under a 2015 mining law are applicable from the date of their notification or from the day the law came into force. The Mines and Minerals Development and Regulation Act of 2015 came into force on January 12, 2015, but the District Mineral Fund (DMF) rules under the law were notified in September 2015 Royalties paid to trust: The DMF norms mandate that miners must pay 10% of royalties on auctioned mines and 30% of royalties for mines allotted before the auction regime began, to-wards a trust that will finance development projects in mining-affected areas. The significance is that there has been a paradigm shift in mineral- rich areas with DMF trusts being operational in over 287 districts. Jharkhand,for instance, has decided to invest most of its DMF collections in drinking water projects in districts where mines are operational. The idea behind the DMF is to change the way mining is viewed and create a stake in it for the community

  15. 2. E-tailers get GST relief, date for TDS deferred: The provisions of deduction of tax at source under Section 5I and collection of tax at source under Section 52 of the central GST and State GST Acts of 2017 will be brought into force from a later date. e-commerce players were As per these provisions, e-commerce players were required to collect 1% tax at source while paying suppli- ers after July I, while notified entities need to collect sim- ilar TDS for payments to suppliers for over 2.5 lakh. amazonin 1% TDS. Customers