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2nd July 2017: Daily News Analysis(in Hindi)
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Daily News Analysis- e-way bills explained

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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its Odisha not anymore Orissa...
please correct me if i am wrong.. but sir you have misinterpreted the Taiwan issue... Taiwan is independent country having its own govt , china has territorial issue as it has with other countries. china claims Taiwan is there territory but its independent ...please correct me if i am wrong. taiwan seeks India support and asking for brahmos missle from India to combact with china
Nikhil Tanwar
3 years ago
Yes, Taiwan is independent. He had mistaken.
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8jo,ovok kk-ll
Jatin sir Please upload editorial and DNA in one medium only because you have limited time and we want more materials IAS is PAN-INDIA JOB hindi or english language medium should not bother anyone much . please observe no of viewers for eng and hindi medium videos then decide yourself. sir upload yojna , polity crash course. Thanks
1 more request sir,if u cud start a course on economics for upsc starting frm d basics..u explain economics topics really well..they r very difficult to understand frm those dry books
The Sundarban National Park (Bengali:সুন্দরবন জাতীয় উদ্যান Shundorbôn Jatiyo Udyan) is a National Park, Tiger Reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve in West Bengal, India. It is part of the Sundarbans on the Ganges Delta, and adjacent to the Sundarban Reserve Forest in Bangladesh. The delta is densely covered by mangrove forests, and is one of the largest reserves for the Bengal tiger. It is also home to a variety of bird, reptile and invertebrate species, including the salt-water crocodile. The present Sundarban National Park was declared as the core area of Sundarban Tiger Reserve in 1973 and a wildlife sanctuary in 1977. On 4 May 1984 it was declared a National Park. It is a UNESCO world heritage site inscripted in 1987.  It is considered as a World Network of Biosphere Reserve (Man and Biosphere Reserve) in 2001.
sir its a humble request please upload DNA nd editorial back to back in their respective lesson...there should not be a much difference in will save time for everyone....thank u soo much for everything...
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS From THE HINDU 2ND July 20 17 By JATIN VERMA Educator Unacademy For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile-

  2. Page-9: Climate change impact: Sunderbans steadily losing its famed mangroves [Environment & Ecology] Mangrove Forest Cover Changes in Indian Sundarban (1986-2012) Using Remote Sensing and GIS, a publication by the School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur University, reveals that from 1986 to 2012, 124.418 sq. km. mangrove forest cover has been lost. The loss in the mangrove forest in the Indian Sunderbans is about 5.5 %. . The continuation of this process in response to climate change and sea level rise poses a serious threat to the carbon sequestration potential and other ecosystem services of this mangrove forest in future. This is because there is less fresh water flow and sediment supply in the western (Indian) part of the delta, so we have starvation of sediment and the rate of sea level rise is higher than sediment supply. Hence we are losing land, including mangrove forest . Other than being home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, also harbours a population of 4.5 million people, this study presents definite proof of the loss of land and mangrove cover. For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile-

  3. Bird's-eye view The areas in Llow indicate the inhabitec istands and hinterland of ite of for The green area demarcated in the map shows the extent of mangrove forests at present flow ange and of d by she Dampier Hodges Line passing through the map denotes the extent of the nothernmost limit of the Sundarban mangrove fore ts in 1830 William Dampier and Lt. Alexander Hodges were two surveyors whe mapped the area in 1829-1830 The areas marked in red indicate the Loss of forest COver over the years iate nity. For Daily PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU updates, Visit my Unacademy profile-

  4. Page l0:Keep forces of darknes at bay ays President Page 10: Keep forces of dar.kness at bay, says President . "I am not talking of vigilantism, I am talking of: are we vigilant enough, proactively, to save the " "1 am not talking of vigilantism.I am talking of are we viglant enough. proactively,to save the basic tenets of our country?...We have to reflect when we read in the papers that someone was lynched...". the President said. papers that someone was lynched..." the President said Essay on Vigilantism & Intolerance in Gandhiji's Country. Page I:Why Bhutan is special to India Coordinated actions . Giving a view of India's role in Bhutan's security, the MEA statement said,"In keeping with their tradition of maintaining close consultation on matters of mutual interest, RGOB (Royal Government of Bhutan) and the Government of India have been in continuous contact through the unfolding of these developments 93 S. For Daily PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU updates, Visit my Unacademy profile-

  5. o It further said that "in coordination" with the Bhutanese government,"Indian personnel, who were present at general area Doklam, approached the Chinese construction party and urged them to desist from changing the status quo. These efforts continue." 95 . Under the 2007 India- Bhutan Friendship Treaty, the two sides have agreed to "cooperate closely with each other on issues relating to their national interests. Neither Government shall allow the use of its territory for activities harmful to the national security and interest of the other" . Under the previous treaty, India was to "guide" Bhutan on foreign and defence policies. . The language of the 2007 treaty is meant to respect the sensitivities of Bhutan_regarding its sovereignty. But the reality is that the Indian military is virtually responsible for protecting Bhutan from the kind of external threat that the Chinese military poses.

  6. HINDU SECTION-11 PAGE-4: Trump takes aggressive line with friends and foes in Asia d his treatment of allies and adversaries in Asia this week, President Donald Trump hardene pressing South Korea's visiting leader to overhaul a landmark trade agreement with the U.S. a day after announcing a series of steps that angered China. Meeting with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, Mr.Trump demanded more access to Korean markets for American cars and less of what he called "dumped" Korean steel in the U.S. all part of an overhaul of the five-year- old free trade agreement with South Korea that he derided as "not exactly a great deal." The President reaffirmed the U.S. security alliance with South Korea against the threat of a nuclear-armed North Korea. But he showed little patience for Mr. Moon's hope for engagement with the Northsomething analysts said could be a future source of friction between the leaders. For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile-

  7. o Mr.Trump's decision to impose sanctions on Chinese entities that do business with North Korea was interpreted by some as a shot across the bow not only to Beijing, but also to Mr. Moon, since it emphasises pressure over diplomacy. Presidents approval of a $1.4 bllion weapons sale to Taiwan provoked a sulphurous reaction t's approval of a $1.4 billion weapons sale to Taiwan provoked a sulphurous reaction from China. . China has punished several South Korean firms in retaliation for Seoul's decision to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system. The U.S. says the system is designed to deter missiles fired by the North, but China says its own security is also affected. . Given that South Korea is under intense pressure from the Chinese, some analysts said the harshness of Mr.Trump's critique of South Korea on trade had caught them by surprise. For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile-

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  9. Business Page- E-way bill to overhaul transport economics The introduction of GST and the e-way bill in its wake should, on a rouglh estimate, add immediately 200 km of travel for a truck in a day from the current 400 km. For Indian Polity Crash course, Visit my Unacademy profile-

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