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  1. NCabinet clears Bill to restore Rulrise Our first aim is to the provisions of SC/ST AcOUst Bun.: Mamata by 25 bpsoust BJP: RESAK CONMEONN Cole leadership for 2019 polls It will be introduced in the ongoing session of Parliament:historkc says PaW Sanghi's MCQ Digest 2nd August, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express + PIB + others


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  4. PART - 2 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  5. Q Consider the following statements about Geographical Indications: 1. It is a sign used on goods that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation due to that place of origin The use of geographical indications is limited to agricultural products The Ministry of Commerce and Industry recently unveiled a new logo and 2. 3. tagline of Geographical Indication with a motive to increase awareness Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  6. GI Logo & Slogan Suresh Prabhu launches logo, tagline for Gl GI Logo & Slogan NEW DELHI Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu orn Wednesday launched a logo and tagline for Geographical Indications (GI) to increase awareness about intellectual property rights (IPRs) in the country. The Ministry had launched a contest for designing a logo and tagline for Gls. PTI Invaluable Treasures of Incredible India FRONT PAGE AND TENTH PAGE THE HINDU


  7. GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION What is a Geographical Indication? A geographical indication is a sign used on goods that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation due to that place of origin. Most commonly, a geographical indication consists of the name of the place of origin of the goods. Agricultural products typically have qualities that derive from their place of production and are influenced by specific local geographical factors. Geographical indications may be used for a wide variety of agricultural products, such as, for example, "Bhalia Wheat" produced in Gujarat, or "Darjeeling Tea" produced in Bengal. The use of geographical indications is not limited to agricultural products. They may also highlight specific qualities of a product that are due to human factors found in the product's place of origin. The place of origin may be a village or town, a region or a country. Examples such as "Madhubani painting" of Bihar or Blue Pottery" of Jaipur, Rajasthan. 15 OAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  8. GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION Why do geographical indications need protection? Geographical indications are understood by consumers to denote the origin and quality of products. Many of them have acquired valuable reputations which, if not adequately protected, may be misrepresented by commercial operators. False use of geographical indications by unauthorised parties, for example "Darjeeling" for tea that was not grown in the tea gardens of Darjeeling, is detrimental to consumers and legitimate producers. The former are deceived into believing they are buying a genuine product with specific qualities and characteristics, and the latter are deprived of valuable business and suffer damage to the established reputation of their products. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  9. GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION Who accords and regulates Gl tags? Gls are covered as a part of IPRs under the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property. On the global level, Gl is governed by WTO's Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) In India, Gl registration is administered by the Geographical Indications of goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999 which came into force with effect from September 2003. This Act seeks to provide for the registration and better protection of geographical indications relating to goods in India. The Act would be administered by the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks- who is the Registrar of Geographical Indications. The Geographical Indications Registry would be located at Chennai. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  10. Q Consider the following statements about Geographical Indications: 1. It is a sign used on goods that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation due to that place of origin The use of geographical indications is limited to agricultural products The Ministry of Commerce and Industry recently unveiled a new logo and 2. 3. tagline of Geographical Indication with a motive to increase awareness Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  11. Q Which among the following statements outline the benefits of using 5G cellular technology? 1. Increase in speed to rates as high as 20 Gbps 2. Improvement in latency of 1 ms or lower for uses that require real-time feedback 3. Network management features including 'Network Slicing' Select from the code given below: a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  12. 5G Cellular Technology Fifth-generation wireless, or 5G, is the latest iteration of cellular technology engineered to greatly increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks With 5G, data transmitted over wireless broadband connections could travel at rates as high as 20 Gbps -exceeding wireline network speeds-as well as offer latency of 1 ms or lower for uses that require real-time feedback 5G will also enable a sharp increase in the amount of data transmitted over wireless systems due to more available bandwidth and advanced antenna technology. In addition to improvements in speed, capacity and latency, 5G offers network management features, among them network slicing, which allows mobile operators to create multiple virtual networks within a single physical 5G network. This capability will enable wireless network connections to support specific uses or business cases. A self-driving car, for example, would require a network slice that offers extremely fast, low-latency connections so a vehicle could navigate in real time. The internet of things (loT) could use secure, data-only connections. Source: techtarget.com CAyussh Sanghi's MCQDIGEST


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  14. Cabinet clears Bill to restore the provisions of SC/ST Act It will be introduced in the ongoing session of Parliament: historic, says Paswan Back to the basch betterment of Dalits and Adivass, he said The same hears the review and Facing pressure from DalitA synopsis of the SCIST Act's leaders within the ruing al fate in the Supreme Court liance as well as from the Op position, the Centre has de- cided to introduce a Bill to observes that its Mardh On March 20, the Su- issued a slew of 20 innocents from arbitrary arrest, and not an affront to Dalut rights te in the Supremtsrstheme Bench the guidelines to protect people arrests un- against arbitrary der the Act, directing that MAY 3: SC clarihes that the police need to conduct an enquiry public servants could be ar of their appoint sions of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes Prevention of Atroci ties) Act, 1989, which the Su preme Court had struck down in a March ruling rested only with the written Paper I - Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India where they feel a complaint fled about an atrocity comenitted authority, while in the case of private employees, the Senior Superintendent File photo of a protest against the Act's diution in Aprit 2018 Duits is cotright abof Polce concerned shoud allow R. A prdiminary inqui Cabinet hadMARCH 20, zoss: Justices ven its nod to the Amend AK.Goel and u.iu Lalit of the ment Bill and the govern Supreme Court hold that the Sc ment would try to introduce it in Parliament during the public servants. The SC reads ongoing session, Food Mins down Section 18, which bars ter and Lok Janshakti Party anticipatory bail to suspects leader Ram Vilas PaswanAPRLThe Centre fles a review sions of the SCIST ACt told reporters after the Cabi in his retirement speech justifes the March 20 JULYJusrice A.K Goel,ry should be conducted be fore the FIR was registered Paper l-Social empowerment communalism, regionalism & secularism ST Act has become an instrument for blackmail" of citirens and to check if the case fell with in the ambit of the Act, and whether it was frivolous or AUGUST t nion Cabinet gives its nod to a bill to restore the original provi mothated, the courtruled. The ruling was greeted by a storm of protest from Dalit groups, which said the order The decision comes approval, while the third and tribal communies- ahead of a planned 'Bharat dilured the law. On April 2, says that the provisions of Criminal Procedure- which the demand Caling it a "his people dead and hindreds shall not apply to a case un- said the Amendment Bill was refused to stay its ruling cduding several from the BJP violence during a nation injured. However, the court ryone who has been criticis Dalit groups that the govern bandh by Dalit groups on Section 438 of the Code of and its alles had backed wide bandh left at least nine The Amendment Bill seeks to insert three new deas with anticipatory bai-toric decision," Mr. Paswan chuses after Section 18 of the der this Act, "notwithstand "a slap in the face of eve leading to the demand from original Act. The first stipu ing any judgment or order of lates that for the purposes of any Court the Act, "preliminary enqui- ing the Modi government as ment introduce an ordi being anti-Dalit. nance or an Amendment Bill ry shall not be required for Paswan hits out at critics Law Minister Ravi Shan to restore the provisions registration of a First Ifor The Amendment Bils provi kar Prasad dedlined to share Protests intensified when the mation Report against any sions were made public by details of the decision in the govemment appointed Jus son. The second stipu Mr. Paswan, whose party official post-Cabinet media tice A.K Goel, who authored that the arrest of a per hadgiven the govermment anbriefing, citing the need to the March 20 verdict, as the son accused of having com ultimatum to restore the first inform Parliament. Chairman of the National stringent provisions by Au This government is ready to Green Tribunal on his retire mitted an offence under the Act would not require any gust 9. MPs from the Dalit do whatever is needed for ment FRONT PAGE-THE HINDU


  15. Kerala firm on lifting Sabarimala temple ban Says the bar is a violation of their fundamental right KRISHNADAS RAJAGOPAL NEW DEL The Kerala government on Wednesday reaffirmed in the Supreme Court its complete support for lifting the prohi bition on women of a certain age group from entering the famous Sabarimala temple. It is a case of discrimi- nation on the basis of menstruation alone and is temple cannot claim to be a dis- tinct denomination to claim a customm like creating sub-classificationn even among women. It is Paper I Role of women and women's organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues urbanization, their problems and their remedies which bars entry of women of not only discrimina- tion between men and women but also women and 10-50 year age The court reserved the case for judgment. group to the temple AIDEEP GUPTA Counsel for Kerala women INDIRA JAISING Appearing for petitioners challenging the ban Appearing before a five judge Constitution Bench led by CI Dipak Misra, senior ad vocate Jaideep Gupta, for the Kerala government, submit canot be used as an argu judgment supported the res ted that pilgrims to Sabari ment to bar women from en triction on women devotees. mala could not claim to be a tering the temple to offer It found that the curb had separate or distinct sect or worship. The government's been in place since time im- religious denomination. He stand is the exact opposite of memorial and was not dis- said the bar on entry of wo- the Travancore Devaswom criminatory. men aged between 10 and 51 Board, which had strongly The court had, on October was a violation of their fun- opposed the lifting of the 13 last year, referred the issue damental rights. Mr. Gupta centuries-old prohibition. toa Constitution Bench after said temple customs come The Board insisted tha framing five "significant" within the ambit of Artide 13, the nature of the deity in Sa questions, including whether and they should not be barimala is of a Naishtika the practice amounted to dis- against fundamental rights. Brahmachari and it should crimination and violated wo The State argued that the Sabarimala deity's celibacy not be disturbed. It argued that a 1991 Kerala High Court men's fundamental rights under the Constitution. FRONT PAGE-THE HINDU