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  4. want fo be start but th Page 13: Cumulative spending on CSR crosses 50,000 cr. Cumulative spending on corporate social responsibility (CSR) has crossed the 50,000- crore-mark four years after the legislative mandate was implemented, according to Crisil Foundation y has heme . A Crisil estimate shows spending by listed companies rose 12% year-on-year in fiscal 2018 to R10,000 crore, for the first time. Assuming the same rate of growth, spending by unlisted rev companies is estimated to be 5,100 crore for the year, taking the total for the year to 15,100 crore. With this, cumulative spending over the four years for listed and unlisted companies total to nkeh R53,000 crore. Crisil said that CSR can be a potent weapon for welfare and development in line with the government's welfare initiatives. While education and skill development and healthcare and sanitation remained the top spending heads, two areas grew at a fast clip -spending on national heritage protection has tripled and that on sports promotion has more than doubled since FY 2015 cause ferent ,pu. . kand stay


  5. want fo be start but th Corporate Social Responsibilitv India is the first country in the world to make corporate social responsibility (CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to The Company Act, 2013. It is also the first to have brought about a legislation to implement CSR activities, followed by United Kingdom e The legislation stipulates that companies conscientiously contribute to society by integrating rev development programmes in their business models and culture. For this, firms with net worth ofRs 500 crore, or turnover of Rs 1,000 crore, or net profit of Rs 5 crore or more in a fiscal, must contribute 2 per cent of their profits to programmes that - benefit society. cause ferent Challenges . A large number of companies transfer CSR funds to government programmes such as Prime ipu Minister's Relief Fund and consider their responsibility over. inadequate infrastructure and implementation capability within organisations and lack of required expertise. The country's most backward districts that require maximum CSR support, remain deprived. kand stay Detailed analysis: JV's October Magazine- Polity and Governance section]


  6. want fo be start but th Page 1: India fortifying case to put Jaish on ban list (GSM 3- Internal Security) India is preparing a fresh proposal to place Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar on the ban list operated by the UNSC's 1267 committee. Once banned by the 1267 committee, a travel ban would be imposed on Azhar along with ee freezing of his assets 1267 committee In 1999, the U.N. had set up an al-Qaeda/Taliban sanctions committee (UNSCR 1267) to impose strictures on anyone dealing with the Taliban and Osama bin Laden. In 2011, the UNSC made it simply the al-Qaeda sanctions committee, separating the Taliban to facilitate talks by delisting Taliban leaders being engaged ink h cause ferent In December 2015, the UNSC made a further shift by renaming it "ISIL (Da'esh) and al-'pui Qaeda Sanctions Committee". kand stay It took two years and the 9/11 attacks for the JeM to be designated a terror group by the UNSC 1267 sanctions committee in 2001


  7. want fo be start but th Masood Azhar Harkat-ul-Ansar was the parent organisation of JeM . Masood Azhar was the general secretary of the newly established Harkat-ul-Ansar (HuA) in 1994 ph He was on a mission in J&K when he was arrested on February 11 the same year. reve He was released in exchange for the passengers of the Indian Airlines aircraft IC 814 that was hijacked from Nepal After he was released, HuA was included by the U.S. in its list of Foreign Terrorist cause ferent Organisations in 1999 This compelled the outfit to rename itself as the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen (HuM) Azhar decided to float a new outfit, JeM. He received assistance from Pakistan's Inter- Services Intelligence (ISI), the then Taliban regime in Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden and several Sunni sectarian outfits of Pakistan PLI kand stay The formation of the outfit was endorsed by three religious school chiefs in Pakistan


  8. want fo be start but th After India and other foreign countries put pressure on Pakistan, after the 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament by the outfit, Azhar was arrested by Pakistani security forces on December 29, 2001 However, a three-member Review Board of the Lahore High Court ordered on December 14, 2002, that Azhar be released. rev eHe was never detained or arrested after that. The outfit is run like a family enterprise and is linked, through the Binoria madrasa in Karachi, with the former Taliban regime ofAfghanistan. The primary aim of the establishment of this camp was to train people to go to Afghanistan oattack the U.S. troops there. Their next objective was to train fidayeen [suicide bombers] and then the local militants. ink h cause ferent . pu As many as two-thirds of the militants trained here were sent to Afghanistan kand stay


  9. want fo be start but th Page 1: ICC rejects request to 'isolate' Pak. (GSM 2- Bilateral Relations) . The appeal of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for 'isolation' of nations supporting terrorism, without naming Pakistan, did not find support at the International Cricket Council (ICC) board meeting. y ha The BCCI had made the appeal following the Pulwama terror attack, which left 40 CRPF he personnel dead on February 14 The BCCI CEO Rahul Johri raised the issue of security at the next World Cup and received an assurance from the ICC Mr. Johri was told by ICC chairman Shashank Manohar that it was beyond them to take a decision to bar any particular nation. Such decisions, the BCCI was told, were in the hands of the respective governments and not the ICC in this regard . cause ferent PLI ' Since Pakistan was a permanent member of the ICC, it would not be possible to "isolate" it unless it is supported by all Test playing countries. kand stay One of the demands made by the BCCI related to increased security for Indian players, officials and fans at the World Cup to be held in England later this year. The ICC assured the BCCI of a robust security plan in place for the World Cup


  10. want fo be start but th ARUNACHAL PRADESH ph ASSAN rev MEGHALAYA ANGLADES cause MYANMAR pu kand stay Image Credit: The Indian Express The map of Greater Nagalim on the NSCN(IM) website comprising "all Naga-inhabited areas'" shows a 1,20,000 sq km sprawl across the Northeast and Myanmar (right).


  11. want fo be start but th History Nagaland was created in 1963 out of the then Naga Hills district of Assam and Tuensang division of the then Northeast Frontier Agency NEFA (now Arunachal Pradesh) Since the late 1960s, Assam has complained of encroachment by Nagaland. ph( Over 80% of this encroached land is reserved forest. Assam says Nagaland has set up three civil subdivisions on Assamese territory. Friction over the boundary has led to several rounds of violence, leading to over a hundred deaths. Nagaland insists that more land that has "historically" belonged to the Nagas continues to remain under Assam's "occupation" The state says that the 16-point agreement of 1960 that led to its creation included the cause ferent "restoration" of all Naga territories transferred out of the Naga Hills after the British annexed Assam in 1826. The Nagaland Assembly has endorsed the demand for "integration of all Naga-inhabited areas" as many as five times- in December 1964, August 1970, September 1994, December 2003 and on July 27, 2015 PLI kand stay Over the last four decades, a series of meetings have been held at all levels.


  12. want fo be start but th In September 2006, the Supreme court set up a three-member Local Commission headed by a retired SC judge to identify the boundary. This panel submitted its report a couple of years ago, but a decision remains pending NSCN(IM) general secretary claims "the historic Framework Agreement" signed with the p he government of India in August 2015 "recognises the legitimate right of the Nagas to integration of all Naga territories" The govt. disclosed the details of the agreement recently though the general secretary pulled reve out from the agreement due to pressure from the groups cause ferent Details of the agreement It was a departure from their earlier position of "with India, not within India" The uniqueness of the Naga history was recongnised by the Gol With respect to Nagaland, Article 371A of the Constitution makes it clear that they are special and a special status has been accorded to them A special arrangement is to be made for the Nagas without altering the boundaries of any State. PLI kand stay


  13. want fo be start but th Page 11: U.K. offers collaboration in fighter tech, carriers (GSM 2-Bilateral Relations, GSM 3- Defence U.K. has made a pitch for cooperation in the fields of building aircraft carriers and future fighter aircraft technologies. The IAF has floated a tender for 114 fighter jets, while a proposed fifth generation stealth efighter, the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), is on the drawing board. UK expressed interest in jointly collaborating on research and development of technologies for future air platforms. As part of the air combat strategy, BAE Systems has begun the Tempest project to develop sixth generation stealth fighters to replace the Typhoons in service with the Royal Air Force and are scheduled to be phased out by 2040 Future air combat team of the UK Ministry of Defence, said the project is now at the concept stage and have not decided on the partners and the plan of the project. Preiminary discussions are also on with Sweden, and Japan in addition to other allies. ink h cause . PLI kand stay


  14. want fo be start but th The Tempest project is jointly led by the U.K. government, BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, Leonardo and MBDA Team Tempest is about to deliver a technology demonstrator and it is likely to be done by 2035 India-UK Defence neg. India is promoting indigenous defence manufacturing, through key programmes such as rev Make in India Building on the Defence and International Security Partnership (DISP) agreed in November 2015, the UK and India are committed to further strengthen their strategic partnership in% defence. The two countries decided to advance their bilateral defence cooperation agenda through a process called Capability Partnerships. These will be achieved through a range of activities including military to military cooperation, training, exchange of subject experts, research and technology linkages as well as defence manufacturing. . ink h cause ferent . pur kand stay The UK's had also declared India as one of only three strategic focus countries for defence industry partnership (alongside Japan and South Africa) through its Defence Growtlh Partnership (DGP)


  15. .dI 8196 11:56 Thank you Jatin Verma 155k Followers Follow Ratings & Reviews Roman Saini A great course by Jatin Verma where he has literally covered all the important news from The Hindu. Must watch. Mohit Rai If i achieve my aim, my first salary will go to this great individual making this great informative and well-researched videos. I should take this opportunity to thanlk and congratulate him for the wonderful work he is doing for all the aspirants. He is meticulous and almost perfect in his approach and understanding. Please keep making such videos as a single 26k Enrollments Enroll