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  1. MONDAY, AUGUST 2018 THE HINDU J&K tense ahead of SC hearing SCjudges upset at change in Justice Joseph's seniority They plan totake up issue with CJh Complete shutdown in KashmirValley to defend Artide 35A: Amarnath yatra suspended Weddings cancelled Tnease and oig ery of the Sopn tendeo mert Chief )uekr ,third after Jalon kaeling highly placed uces in the So pr Syed A tody ound onaudn SC to decide who will JK status issue raed inHow polaical issue of Kashm in Army firie Sanghi's MCQ Digest 5th & 6th August, 2018 The Hindu +The Indian Express +PIB + others

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  6. Q Consider the following statements about Article 35A of the Indian Constitution: It grants special privileges to the state of Jammu and Kashmir by empowering the State Legislature to define their "permanent residents" 1. Article 35A was added to Article 370 by a Constitutional Amendment Act in 1954 2. Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor 2 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  7. Kashmir on the boil over Article 35A hearing in SC PDP, NCtake out rallies: separatists give call for shutdown Villagers at the funeral procession of two militants in Shopian district on Saturday NISSAR AMAD status and won't be tolerated PDP district president at any cost. All political, so- Jammu and Kashmir's mjor Mohammad Khurshid Alam cial and religious organisa regional parties the Peo- led the protest in Srinagar. tions of the State are united ples Democratic Party (PDP) PDP president Mehboba in their resolve to fght and the National Conference Mufti's firm stand as Chief against these ploys and J&K (NC) hit the streets on Sa-Minister on this Article is National Conference will turday protesting moves to ell known and in cons iht this battle rom the SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Monday over the issue. scrap Article 35A, which de nance with honour and dig front lines. fines State subject laws Protests were also staged by the Jammu Kashmir De scheduled to hear three pet Leading another protes mocratic Youth Federation, tions challenging Article 35A senior NC leader Ali Muham the Tourism Trade Fraterni- mad Sagar said, "An assault ty, Rahul Gandhi's Fans As- Separatists have called for on Article 35A was a direct sociation and the All Tribal The Supreme Court is Alam. a two-day shutdown on assault on the State's special Coordination Committee TENTH PAGE THE HINDU [Sunday

  8. J&K tense ahead of SC hearing Complete shutdown in Kashmir Valley to defend Artide 35A: Amarnath yatra suspended Weddings cancelled Unease and growing anciety was palpable in Jammu and ahead of the Supreme Court hearing on whether a Consth tution Bench should go into the question of Article 35A cancelled by families in the Kashmir Valley in the past three days, ahead of the hearing on Article 35A by Newspapers and cabl e with cancellation notices. The Kashmir Valey is in its peak wedding season ahead of observed in the Valey on the call of the separatist Joint ReLife halted: Jehangir Chowk in Srinagar is deserted on Sunday as the shutdown called sistance Leadership, com byseparatists affected life in the Kashmir ValleyISSARM prising Syed Ali Geelani, Mir waiz Umar Farooq and Yasin "We want to defend Art- asincyriouSC to decide who will cle 35A. Any dilution is unac . There was very thin traffic ceptable. In fact, New Delhi on the roads. Most people should be talking on the larg- stayed indoors. However, er political issue of Kashmir there were no reports of any to resolve it and not tamper violence. The authorities with the constitutional posi LEGAL CORRESPONDENT saspended the Amamath ya tion, said KTMF presidentNW EL trai All intra State train ser Muhammad Yasin Khan. vices were halted. Extra de He urged Prime Minister day will consider whether a Constitution by introducing frng at Gool in Ramban on ployments were made in all Narendra Modi "to handle Constitution Bench should a new Article hear J&K status issue Can killed in Army firing stitution mandates that only The Supreme Court on Mon Parliament can amend the Acivilian was kiledand another injured in Army filed an FIR ainst the Protests were also held in In a joint statement, Mr. status to Jammu and Kash Carte blanche the Jammu region's Chenab Geelnl, the Mirwaiz and Mr. mir in 1954 under the aegis Article 35A gves the Jammu Rafiq Gujar, 28, and Shakeel Valley and Pir Panjal Valley, Malik said the shutdown of the Jawaharlal Nehru and Kashmir State Legisda Ahmad, 30, were hit by where residents called for re "was the unequivocal and government tention of the Artice ture a carte blanche to de bullets at 4 am when the unanimous verdict of the pe The special status was cide the "permanent resiArmy opened fire. Gujar diedon the spot. The In Srinagar, several bodies ople of traders and transporters, Any attack on the ident Kashmir by incorporating them special rights and prt tims were catle grazers including the Kashmir Trad- ty and distinctiveness of J&K Article 35 in the Constitu- veges in State public sector and were heading to ers and Manufacturers Fed under Article 35A will be re tion, by an order of Presi jobs, acquisition of property sheters. An Army eration (KTMP, the Kashmir jected, they sald Economic Alliance and the Federation of Chambers of bestowed on Jammu and dents of the State and grant dent Rajendra Prasad under within the State, scholar spokesman said the Artidle370 in 1954 on the ad ships and other public aid individuals fired at apatrol vice of the Nehru Cabinet and welfare programmes But Ahmad said the Army CONTINUEDON PAGE 10 Industries Kashmit, held a PANCH,SARPANCH ELECTIONSParliament was not consult sit-in at Lal Chowk opened the door of the shelter and fired FAGE 10 FIRST PAGE THE HINDU

  9. Article 35A Ahead of the August 6 hearing in the Supreme Court of the petitions challenging the validity of Article 35A of the Constitution, which grants special privileges to Jammu and Kashmir, separatists have called a shutdown on August 4 and 5 in protest. The petition in the case has been filed by a Delhi-based NGO, We the Citizens, saying the state's autonomous status granted by Article 35(A) and Article 370 of the Constitution discriminate against fellow citizens from the rest of the country. Source: Hindustan Times CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  10. Article 35A What is Article 35A? Article 35A gives special rights to the Jammu and Kashmir's permanent residents. It disallows people from outside the state from buying or owning immovable property there, settle permanently, or avail themselves of state-sponsored scholarship schemes. It also forbids the J-K government from hiring people who are non-permanent residents. Article 35A was added to Article 370 by a Presidential order in 1954 Article 370 of the Constitution grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir, while Article 35A empowers the state legislature to define the state's "permanent residents" and their special rights and privileges. Source: Hindustan Times CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  11. Article 35A . What is the controversy? The provision in Article 35A that grants special rights and privileges to permanent citizens appears in the Constitution as an "appendix", and not as an amendment. According to the NGO, Article 35A should be held "unconstitutional" as the President could not have "amended the Constitution" by way of the 1954 order, and that it was only supposed to be a "temporary provision". The Article was never presented before Parliament, and came into effect immediately. The Jammu and Kashmir government has contested the petition, saying the President had the power to incorporate a new provision in the Constitution by way of an order. Source: Hindustan Times CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  12. Q Consider the following statements about Article 35A of the Indian Constitution: It grants special privileges to the state of Jammu and Kashmir by empowering the State Legislature to define their "permanent residents" 1. Article 35A was added to Article 370 by a Constitutional Amendment Act in 1954 2. Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor 2 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  13. Golden Chariot on track for profitable run Outsourcing ticket sales, help from railways to boost fortunes of luxury train high haulage charges (35 . . DEEPIKA BENGALURU lakh as variable haula charge and 20 lakh as fixed In the tenth year of its exis- nce, buoyed with the In- harge per trip) and tepid occupancy rates (around ian Railways finally coming on board for a revenue shar ing model, Karnataka's luxu- ry train, the Golden Chariot, is gearing up to chug into more profitable times. 35%). way Board finally agreed to a approved a revenue-sharing Earlier this year, the Rail- long-pending demand and GOLDEN Ahead of its operational ratio of 56:44 between the Indian Railways and KSTDC With a reduction in charg es, the government is also hoping to increase the num season, the Karnataka State Tourism Development Cor Luxury on wheels: The Golden Chariot has 44 rooms spread oration (KSTDC) has chart- across 11 cabin coaches. FILE PHOTO ed new plans for south In dia's only luxury train, with the management of the far been the only channel for ber of trips including outsourcing ticket Golden Chariot, but also cket sales for the luxury Operational between Oc- with planning, publicity and train. "It is proposed to have, tober and March, the train sales. Sources in the Corpora ticket sales. The KSTDC is along with a fixed compo- also has shorter trips during tion told The Hindu that the hoping to have a new opera nent, a revenue sharing mo- the Dasara season. The new operator, who will be tor on board in time for the del on ticket sales," said train's two tours are Pride of selected through a tender, Dasara celebrations will not only be entrusted The Corporation has so were bleeding due to the dour. sources. The train's finances South and Southern Splen- EIGHTH PAGE THE HINDU [Sunday



  16. Indian Star Tortoise The Indian star tortoise is a threatened species of tortoise found in dry areas and scrub forest in India and Sri Lanka. This species is quite popular in the exotic pet trade, which is the main reason it is endangered These are found in three broadly disjunct areas of geographic occurrence: northwestern India (Gujarat, Rajasthan) and adjoining southeastern Pakistan; eastern and southern areas from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and eastern Karnataka to Odisha; and throughout Sri Lanka This species naturally inhabits scrub forests, grasslands, and some coastal scrublands of arid and semi-arid regions throughout its wide range, but also commonly inhabits human-dominated landscapes. NOT EVALUATED DATA DEFICIENT LEAST CONCERN < VULNERABLE > CAITICALLY NDANGERED EXTINCT IN THE WILD EXTINCT THREATENED NE LC NT CR EX Avussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  17. Q - Which among the statements given below is/are not correct about the Star Tortoise? 1. It is found mainly in Australia and New Zealand 2. This species is quite popular in the exotic pet trade 3. It is categorised as Vulnerable in the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List Select from the code given below: a) 1 only b) 1 and 2 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 3 only CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST

  18. Launch of India's second moon mission postponed Chandrayaan-2 to land a rover on the lunar surface The ISRO is treading a cautious path after these two setbacks as Chan- drayaan 2 is one of the cru- cial launches for the space agency, particularly after Chandrayaan-1 and Manga lyaan (Mars Orbiter Mis- PRESS TRUST OF INDIA NEW DELH The launch of India's second mission to the moon, Chan- drayaan-2, may be delayed till January 2019, according to a top official. sion). It is also ISRO's first mis- sion to land on any celestial body. "We don't want to take The ambitious mission A file photo of the was supposed to be Chandrayaan-1. .ISRO launched in April, and was later fixed for October. The tion with it. Following this, RO's first time attempt to postponement comes in the the ISRO also recalled the land a rover, on the moon. wake of the Indian Space Re- launch of GSAT-11 from Kou- The over costing nearly search Organisation (ISRO) rou, French Guiana, for ad 800 crore, will be made to facing quick setbacks. any risk," said the official, re questing anonymity Chandrayaan-2 will be IS- ditional technical checks. land near the yet-unex Last September, the PSLV plored south pole of the C39 mission, carrying the moon. Previous setbacks Earlier this year, the ISRO IRNSS-1H navigation sate had launched GSAT-6A, a military communication sa- tellite, but lost communica- Repeated attempts to soli- lite, failed after the heat cit a response from ISRO shield refused to open and release the satellite. Chairman K. Sivan were not successful. FIRST PAGE THE HINDU