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want fo be start but th Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base GSM 2 1. Page 1: Increase in VVPAT numbers will delay counting by six days: EC ph 2. Page 1: PM's speech didn't violate code: EQC he3. Page 1: 'Kartarpur talks only if Pak. concedes demands rev 4. Page 8: India fears misuse of Kartarpur corridor 5. Page 1: China denies it is shielding Masood Azhar 6. Page 5: Proposal for job guarantee scheme GSM 3 1. Page 1: Government sets up group to monitor terror sympathisers 2. Page 5: Debris from anti-satellite test to disintegrate in 45 days: official 3. Page 11: Share pledges on the rise as funds dry up 4. Page 1 1: In Q3, current account deficit narrows to 2.5% ink h cause ferent pu kand stay 5. Page 11: Centre to borrow R7.1 lakh crore in FY20, says Garg 6. Page 11: Revival of full fleet crucial for turnaround of Jet Airways
want fo be start but th Page 8: India fears misuse of Kartarpur corridor A senior government official said that recent reports that Gopal Singh Chawla, close aide o internationally designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed, was being made a member of the 10 member committee for managing the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, had raised "fresh concerns about the safety and security of pilgrims and misuse of the corridor for anti-India activities." The official cited these concerns and India's stand that Pakistan respond to its demand for a lifting the cap on the number of pilgrims and a waiver of the proposed fee as conditions to hold the second delegation-level talks scheduled to be held on April 2 at Wagah. India said that depending on the response received from Pakistan, the next meeting would be scheduled to take the discussions forward. The first meeting was held on March 14 at Attari. The official said reports had also surfaced about the association of anti-India elements with the Kartarpur Corridor such as Bison Singh, Kuljit Singh, Maninder Singh, and others. The official however, said that to expedite the infrastructure development for the corridor, India has proposed to hold another meeting of technical experts in mid-April to resolve outstanding issues at the "zero point. India has demanded the corridor to be open seven days a week. Punjab itself has more than three crore population, people from across India would like to visit the shrine. rev cause t ferent PLI kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 1: China denies it is shielding Masood Azhar s that it was sheltering terrorists by placing a "technical hold" on listing Masood Azhar, head of the banned Pakistan-based group Jaish-e-Mohammad, as a global terrorist. U.S. Secretary of Stae Mike Pompeo had criticised China's policy Without naming any specific country, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson hit out against the US saying that if a country putting a technical hold meant that it was protecting terrorism, then the country that puts the most holds was the biggest protector of terrorism. . .On March 13, it stood out as the only country in the 1267 Committee of the UN Security Council to effectively block a resolution on banning Azhar piloted by the U.S., France and Britain, following last month's Pulwama terror attack. cause t ferent .US said that China abuses more than a million Muslims at home, but on the other, it protects .In his riposte, China said that it cannot be accused of placing maximum technical holds in . It said at the UN Security Council sanctions committee, the practice of putting technical violent Islamic terrorist groups from sanctions at the UN. stay the 1267 committee. holds is in line with the stipulations of the committee and that it is not China that has put the most holds at the committee.
want fo be start but th Page 5: Proposal for job guarantee scheme . With rising unemployment becoming a major poll issue, and several political parties proposing solutions for it in their election manifestos, a group of labour researchers have posed a national urban job guarantee programme for small towns. pl. They estimate that the scheme would benefit 3 to 5 crore people and cost 1.7% of the GDP if re it covers one adult per household in the 4,000-odd towns that have a population of less than 10 lakh people .The proposal, a version of which has been previously presented to the Congress party and to a foundation working with other Opposition parties, was released in a policy paper titled 'Strengthening towns through sustainable employment'. The paper has been drafted by Azim Premji University's Centre for Sustainable Employment. The proposal suggests a two pronged approach to address the crisis Workers who have not completed Class 12 would be eligible for 100 days of guaranteed employment each year at 00 per day. Those who have education beyond Class 12 would be provided apprenticeship work, mostly in monitoring and surveying for public offices, schools, hospitals and other institutions, and ink h cause t ferent PLI . kand stay paid a stipend of f13,000 per month for a contiguous period of five months.
want fo be start but th Page 1: Government sets up group to monitor terror sympathisers To take action against "hard core sympathisers among government employees, including teachers, who are providing covert or overt support" to terror-related activities, the Ministry of Home Affairs has formed a Terror Monitoring Group (TMG) eThe order by Jammu and Kashmir Department in MHA, says that in order to ensure esynergised and concerted action against terror financing and other related activities in Jammu and Kashmir, a multi-disciplinary monitoring group comprising eight members ha:s been constituted. Functions ink h ferent The TMG has to take coordinated action in all registered cases that relate to terror financing * It will identify all key persons, including leaders of the organisation(s), who are involved in The TMG will "investigate the networks of various channels being used to fund terror and and terror-related activities and bring them to a logical conclusion. supporting terrorism in any form and take concerted action against them terror activities and take coordinated action to stop flow of such funds". The group will meet PLI kand stay on a weekly basis and submit action-taken report regularly to the MHA
want fo be start but th Composition . The TMG will be chaired by Additional Director General of Police, CID of J&K Police, and ,to 0 include Inspector General of Police of J&K and Additional Director of Intelligence Bureau, J&K, as members. ree wil also have representatives from the Central Bureau of Investigation, National eInvestigation Agency, Central Board of Direct Taxes and Central Board of Indirect Taxes and 0 0 Customs cause pu kand stay es that IP
want fo be start but th Page 5: Debris from anti-satellite test to disintegrate in 45 days: official Clearing the air Two days after India tested an anti-satellite (ASAT) missile, y has p questions have been raised about the space debris it has reve he g left behind. A brief look at the current situation e ASAT missileThe biggest piece has been deorbited hit an imaging sat-and is expected to degrade by April 5 ellite, Microsat-R, U.S. has confirmed that the debris do not pose threat to the Internation- al Space Station or other satellites in low earth orbit ink h cause ferent of 300 km At least 270 pieces of debris were generated put 2007 TEST China's 2007 ASATI616 have kand stay Most of them are expected to disintegrate within 45 days teo in n orbit of disintegrated 800 km created around 3,000 pieces of debris - The rest are still in orbit :::image Credit : The Hindu
want fo be start but th Page 11: Share pledges on the rise as funds dry up .A volatile stock market with an underlying weak trend has made fund raising difficult for Data show that for the first time the number of companies, wherein at least some part of ock Exchange (NSE) that has a little more than 1,900 companies listed. companies forcing promoters to increasingly resort to pledging their shares to raise finance promoter share is pledged, has crossed the 500-mark 509 to be precise-on the National reve h Further, data from Prime Database show that while the total value of pledged shares was pegged at 2.09 lakh crore at the end of February, there were nearly 50 companies wherein more than 99% of the promoter share was pledged. Promoter pledging refers to the practice of promoters giving their shares as collateral to financial institutions -banks, non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), mutual funds -to ,p raise funds to meet short-term capital requirements or, at times, even for capital expansion when other avenues are difficult to tap. Incidentally, the share of pledged shares held by NBFCs has touched an all-time high of nearly 42% as mutual funds try to reduce their exposure in the segment. . ferent kand stay
want fo be start but th The current framework makes it mandatory for the entities to disclose a pledge. However, there is hardly any clarity about the reason or the purpose for which shares have been pledged . y has ph rev he cause pu kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 11: In O3, current account deficit narrows to 2.5% India's current account deficit (CAD) for the third quarter narrowed to 2.5% of the GDP compared with 2.9% in the preceding quarter, latest data released by the RBI showed. In absolute terms, CAD was $16.9 billion in Q3 compared to $19.1 billion in Q2. pl" However, on a year-on-year basis, CAD in October-December period widened from 2.1% or 13.7 billion . The widening of the CAD on a year-on-year (y-o-y) basis was primarily on account of a rev higher trade deficit at $49.5 billion compared with $44 billion a year ago. Net services receipts increased by 2.8%, year-on-year. Net foreign direct investment at $7.5 billion in Q3 of 2018-19, increased from $4.3 billion in Q3 of 2017-18, the data showed. ink h ferent In Q3 of 2018-19, there was a balance-of-payment deficit of $4.3 billion In the third quarter of current financial year, portfolio investments recorded net outflow of PLI kand stay $2.1 billion-compared with an inflow of $5.3 billion in Q3 last year- on account of net sales in the equity market. For the April-December period of FY 19, the CAD rose to 2.6% of GDP from 1.8% in April- December 2017 on the back of widening trade deficit, the RBI said
want fo be start but th Page 11: Centre to borrow 7.1 lakh crore in FY20, says Garg .Gross borrowings of the government during the first half of financial year 2019-20 will stand 1, at4.42 lakh crore, which works out to 62.3% of the total target for the entire year, Economic Affairs Secretary announced The gross borrowing amount is higher because of the repayment programme of the e government and the net borrowing is actually in keeping with the trend over the last five rev years which is more or less static. he # .The government's repayment programme is 1.01 lakh crore in the first half of FY20 and 1.35 lakh crore in the second half. Fiscal deficit In a separate announcement, the government said that its fiscal deficit for the first 11 months ink h cause ferent of the current financial year stood at 8.51 lakh crore, which is 134.2% of the full year target . The fiscal deficit, which is the excess of the government's expenditure over its receipts, The government's receipts stood at 212.65 lakh crore in the April-February 2019 period, The government's expenditure in the first 1 1 months of the financial year stood at 21.88 originating mainly from the receipt side. stood at 7.7 lakh crore in the previous month, which was 121.5% of the full year target. which is 73.2% of the target for the full year lakh crore, which is 89.1% of the target for the full year. kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 11: Revival of full fleet crucial for turnaround of Jet Airwavs Revival of Jet's full fleet is crucial for the projected turnaround of the airline as the overall cost is built into that. Any lesser deployment of aircraft or even a near-full fleet would render the operation eeunviable, said people familiar with the running of the airline. Before it flew into a financial crisis which ultimately led to the removal of the promoters from the board, the airline had 124 aircraft in its fleet. Owing to financial issues and non-payment of lease rentals, more than two-thirds of its fleet was grounded during most part of this month. Jet Airways has decided to progressively increase the number of aircrafts for flying The ,500-crore fresh loan is expected to manage the operations for the next four to five months because the business will generate cash. All efforts will be to stabilise operations. ink h ferent . lpun kand stay . The company will have to retain its existing fleet because of the uncertainty in delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes it has ordered. . Jet had ordered 225 such aircraft, five of which have been delivered. But all these were not ' flying since they were grounded by lessors
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