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3rd June 2017: Daily Summary and analysis of The Hindu ( in Hindi )
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3'rd June 2017: Daily Summary and Analysis of The Hindu ( in Hindi)

Amit Baghel
UPSC 2018 mains; Doing 'The Hindu Newspaper Analysis' since June,2017. YouTube- Gurukul Prime.

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The best part is each of your news is understood and slide content is also good
Amit Baghel
2 years ago
thank you :)
SN
Font size should be large its too small
sir can you please describe in the videos along the news that so and so news is imp because that can be asked in so and so paper from that particular topic
Amit Baghel
2 years ago
I cover only important news from The Hindu. So you don't need to worry about that. And, yes I'll try to map news to different GS papers. I advise you to go through UPSC syllabus multiple times , it'll develop your own ability to map the news to different topics.
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Be confident while reading , please try to read in one go (without too many pause) The breaks while reading disturbs the flow Thank you
Amit Baghel
2 years ago
Your feedback is highly appreciated. Thank you :)
MS
I find this better because now you explaining the background of news too! Way to go !Good Luck!
Amit Baghel
2 years ago
thanks bro :)
  1. DAILY SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF THE HINDU in Hindi 3'rd June, 2017 Presented by Amit Baghel


  2. ABOUT ME Computer Science graduate from JIT, Noida Work experience of 2+ years in MNC Writer by passion, newbie in guitar and civil service aspirant Interest: Music, reading non fiction and watching TV series


  3. Trump Targets India, China as U.S. exits climate pact Background of Paris agreement-It was adopted on December 12, 2015 by 195 parties to United Nations Framework Convention on climate change (UNFCCC), replacing it's predecessor Kyoto protocol and was finally ratified last November. Objective- to prevent an increase in the global average temperature , and keep it well below 2 degree C As part of its commitment to deal with climate change, India has said it needs S 2.500 billion (approx Rs 150 trllion)until 2030 to ensure that 40% of its electricity needs in 2030 are from renewable sources and its agriculture and climate stresses people's livelihoods are able to buffer Some of the money would be raised internally but it's hinged on developed countries providing S100 billion (Rs. 6.5 trillion) a year until 2020 The United States has so far committed S 3 billion (approx. Rs. 195 billion) to the Green Climate Fund (GCF).a UN-approved facility for developed countries to route funds to developing countries to adapt to th GCF has so far only dispensed S100 million (Rs. 6.5 billion) and only a third of that (S34 million) to a project in Odisha. With Mr. Trump's announcement, this money too stands cancelled The India has installed 4000 MW of solar power...all without international finance. We are on track to meet our climate. commitments es tock in the atmosphere. It is currently the second largest polluter in the world, and Under its climate action plan, the US had pledged to reduce its emissions by 26% to 28% below 2005 levels by 2025. On the 1990 baseline, the US, will cut emissions by 13-15 % by 2025 and 23-27% by 2030.


  4. Cont.. >U.S. President Donald Trump heard Fouling the air The largest producers of carbon dioxide emissions worldwide has been that a global climate regime would in 2016, based on their share of global emissions % SHARE OF TOTAL CO2 EMISSIONS 28.2 create wealth and jobs in America; So we'regetting out, but we wil start to negotiate and we will see if we can the moral argument has been that America is one of the world's biggest polluters per capita; the politicalargument has been that a withdrawal would amount to an 5.99 make a deal that's fair. American surrender of global leadership which could go to China Redistribution of wealth agreement would lead to a redistribution of American wealth to other If we can, that's great. And ff we can't, 453 37 thatsfine China U.S. India Russia Japan DCNALD TRUMP us.President countries and transfer of American jobs abroad The US Is the world's second largest greenhouse gas emitter after sound: wORLD BANK, tNERDATA


  5. India has 31% of world's poor kids THE POOR HALF Areport, based on the tiltidmensionl Puverty lnlexM dais that around 689 million of pocr people in 103 low and iddle Inccne nations largestcontributer in terms of absolute nmtes-amg those surveyed. Tricde down nurabCrS 1 , MPI hand of (striion and education Indkators (ear attandance) and ivigstandand h n pne dia. according to a new report by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development laiatie osp 5400 mn peopie studed terms of countries, fully 31%ofthe 689 million fol 27 MN PEOPLE OHLDREN ININCIA In 35 natiors Iduding Inda, aleazthalf of all dildren ARE POOR ARE POOR POOR CHILDREN are MP1 Dor. In Etiopl, Nigerand South Sudan,MI90% of hldren are MP poor. drinking wat ele trety, et what is definition of multidimensionally poor? A "mltidimensionally poor" child is one who lacks at least one-third of ten SOUTH ASIA SUB-SAHARAN health, education and standard of living The health dimension comprises indicators such as nutrition child mortality, and education Under standard of living are indicators such as access to cooking fuel, improved EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC RAB STATES rinking water Of the 145 billion (145 crore) people (from the 103 countries) who are Source Giebal multidimensionally poor; 48% are children This is a wake-up call to the international community which has adopted the eradication of poverty in all its forms and dimensions


  6. Choke terror funding, says PNM Despite dispute, no fighting with China in 40 years: Modi At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Mr. Modi emphasised that the world should move beyond the "good terrorism, bad terrorism" debate and block funding, weapons and communication modes of terrorists Responding to a question whether India's opposition to China's One Belt One Road' project reflects deep discord in their relationship. India had boycotted a high-profile conference recently hosted by China on the project, citing "sovereignty" issues since it passes through Pakistan- occupied Kashmir Prime Minister lamented that for 40 years, the CCIT terrorists Death in Sudden fight is not murder says SC The Indian Penal Code (IPC) holds that the death of a person caused in a 'sudden fight' is not murder A Bench of Justices A.K. Sikri and R.K. Agrawal interpreted this exception to murder in a recent judgement, noting that ws W


  7. Odisha may give lessons in disaster preparedness Difficult to sell debt-laden AI Odisha credited with pioneering works in the field of disaster management in the country The Centre is keen on finding a lasting solution for the debt-laden public sector behemoth Air India (AI) including a take a callon four major issues to decide its future said Arvind Panagariya, vice-chai Aayog The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) had approached the on, NITI After losing over 10,000 people in the 1999 super cyclone, Odisha has continuously added to its manpower and infrastructure needs for disaster preparedness acknowledging that it will be difficult to sell the airline with its Rs. 52.000 crore debt burden When a cyclone is forecast to hit the Odisha coast, they emphasis on micro- level preparedness, besides macro-planning. Even at the village level, we The NITI Aayog had sent a to the Civil Aviation Ministry to examine various options for the revival of the state-owned airline. helps in evacuations and handling of emergency situations at hospitals Odisha has been training the local communities on how to deal with disasters if the Centre decided to privatise Air India, the next issue to be resolved was issue that it is a national carrier and therefore we should maintain that for national reasons soon going to where people's representatives from the grassroots undergo training Perhaps, the question largely is whether the government writes off the entire debt or some part of Odisha has also adopted a "Mission Zero Casualty' policy for all disasters


  8. Economy to grow 7.5% in FY18: Panagariya GST Council set to discuss July 1 deadline He expects 7.5% growth in the current financial year and possibly a return to the 8% growth rate by the end of the present NDA government's tenure The Goods and Services Tax Council will meet on Saturday in the capital to finalise we and IS The contraction in the construction sector in the last quarter of 2016-17 could be due to many reasons including the war on black money that was the stated goal of demonetisation The Council will also discuss the possibility of postponing the rollout of the new tax regime from the current deadline of July 1, according to officials in the Ministry of Finance Finance Ministry officials also said that the Council would discuss some revisions in but most of the discourse during the day- long meeting would be dominated by the date of implementation


  9. ISRO abuzz with Monday's heavy-lift rocket launch Prithvi-II missile test-fired GSLV-Mark III wl make a bid to breach a heavy-lift rocket club that can put four-tonne satellites into space. The U.S., Russia, Europe, China and Japan are already there India on Friday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile from a test range in Odisha as part of a user trial by the Army The trial of the surface-to-surface missile, which has a strike range of 350 km, was carried out from a mobile launcher fromm launch complex-3 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur heavier satellites to both -the higher geostationary transfer orbit or GTO of 36,000 km; and to low-Earth orbi or LEO of up to 800 km The Prithvi-II missile is capable of carrying 500 kg to l and is thrusted by liquid propulsion twin engines. It uses advanced inertial guidance system with manoeuvring trajectory to hit its target with precision kg of warheads What we now have with MkII is capability for lifting 2.2 tonnes to GTO Independence apart, an indigenous launch vehicle also means lower cost of putting


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