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6th April 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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Jatin Verma
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drastically changed the content of DNA by jatin verma as of June if compared ...lots of news article not included,I challenged that it should be included in today's DNA can't skip .
Akash Ganveer
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2 years ago
right I fully agree with,paid courses r really diluting the quality of unacademy free vedios,i feel now unacademy free courses watching is no more helpful for upsc,only SSC exam can be covered
we all apreciate ur hard work in making DNA...but sir this certainly doesnt mean that u can betray ur followers like this....i personally learnt a lot from u but sir when exam is jst on the next door you start escaping DNA......sir since DNA stands for DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS then why dont u upload it is jst bcoz its a free course???
soft drinks, cigarettes par tax zyada lagega to nashedi logon ka vote nahi milega. nashedi logon ki nashedi sarkaar, and on top of that implementation problem, because IAS don't want to work for these petty issues, mar rahe hain to marne do.
Sir, youtube toh social media ki definition m nhi aata na.. toh atleast usey hie regulate krna chahiye for all those viral fake/useless videos.. but creative freedom/right to expression should not be curtailed in the name of regulations..
drastically changed the content of DNA by jatin verma as of June if compared ...lots of news article not included,I challenged that it should be included in today's DNA can't skip .
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  3. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the bas<e Page 1: Nepal not worried by debt trap: Page 11 News: What Nepal needs is India's friendship and support for growth y hav reve Page 3 East News: Up to 50% hike in Assam MLAs, pay he * Page 5 South News: SC raps Kerala on illegal medical admissions Page 7 Nation News: 'Tax on alcohol, tobacco to benefit poor' Page 10 News: Govt. forms committee to regulate news portals Page 10 News: Can DNA be taken for Aadhaar, asks judge Page 11 News: 'Data of over 5.6 lakh Indian users may have been tapped' Page 13 Business News: 'RBI holds rates; cuts inflation forecast' Page 13 Business News: RBI bars banks from dealing with virtual currencies Page 13 Business News: RBI fiat on payment system operators' data Nation News: Wilful default of loans hits honest taxpayers, says Kovind hink h fferent et two bo a pu Ivi rk and t stay have

  4. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: Nepal not worried by debt trap: Oli Nepal wants to be seen as a "land-linked" not a "land-locked" country to both India and China, said newly elected Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli. y hav hNepal has 10-point agreement for infrastructure including roads, railways and port:s ne s with Beijing, as well as a S305 million contract for the Pokhara airport, most of which reve will be financed by loans from China. laye Rejecting concerns from India that joining the BRI could lead to a 'debt trap', Mr. Oli said he would sign no agreements against Nepali interests. hink h causeb ferent Oli Said: et t The word 'trap', is from the Indian perception and reflects the rivalry of the two a pu countries (India and China) As a sovereign country, Nepal's foreign policy is always independent. OLIse rk and t stay Mr. Oli comes to India with a massive mandate in recent three-tier elections in Nepal that followed the promulgation of the constitution in 2015. leksa is ch arded that

  5. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th After fighting an ultranationalist election campaign, Mr. Oli criticised India for interference in Nepali politics. Mr. Oli says y hav pIndia and Nepal must work towards a new, more equal relationship reve he g Nepal needs India's friendship and support for development and prosperity. laye Neal wants to finish the old projects i.e. Pancheshwar dam project and the Terai road The Pancheshwar (multipurpose hydropower) project on the river Mahakali, was . Nepalis are affected very badly due to the demonetisation. They seek the support of Nepal is committed to fight corruption, promote development and wants to strengthen (postal roads) project improve the rate of commitments and delivery hink h causeb ferent et t signed in 1996 government of India to consider their problems. Nepal-India friendship also a pu rk and t stay leksa is ch that

  6. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 Mr. Oli says SAARC has contributed so much in the past to narrow down differences between South Asian countries. phSAARC must be reactivated and the summit must be held. There may be competition India & China, but Nepal has no competition with either and 6 it wants them to be developed and prosperous, and at peace with each other. Nepal wants to change the concept of land-locked Nepal to land-linked Nepal and wants to connect to the seas through both neighbours. Nepal is careful and mindful of all sensitivities of its neighbours. But it will not enter into their competitive tournaments. He says: Nepal has completed the political struggle, but now there is a new phase, of Nepal's struggle for development and prosperity.

  7. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 3 East News: Up to 50% hike in Assam MLAs' pay The Assam Assembly has passed a Bill in 126-member Assembly, for increasing the salary of the Chief Minister. Speaker, Ministers and MLAs by 33-50%. y hav c The pay structure has been designed on the basis of the recommendations of a panel ph reve he g This structure will be revised every five vears laye According to the new structure: . The Chief Minister's monthly package will increase from 90,000 to 1.30 lakh hink h causeb ferent The Speaker and Deputy Speaker will draw 1.20 lakh and lakh, compared to 780,000 and 75,000 earlier. A Cabinet minister and Leader of the Opposition will now get f1.10 lakh, up from a pur OLIse the existing 80,000 per month A Junior Minister's salary hiked from 75,000 to lakh. r and t stay For MLAs, the hike is 33% from the existing 60,000 to 780,000. is ch

  8. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Allowances: MLA will be entitled to *40,000 p.m. as allowances. het y hav The allowance for the Chief Minister is 34,000. pho he H laye The allowance for the Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Cabinet Minister and Leader of** Opposition 15730,000. reve The monthly pension for former MLAs has also been increased from 30,000 to MLAs who have served for more than five years will be given an additional 1,000 per Each MLA will also be entitled to <1,850 per day of attending the Assembly. The , . An MLA will also get 1,850 as allowance per day for travel within Assam and 2,500 #40,000 hink h causeb ferent year as pension along with a medical allowance of 20.000, an increase of#5,000. a pu existing incentive is ,500. r and It stay. for travel beyond the State. leksa is ch

  9. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 5 South News: SC raps Kerala on illegal medical admissions. The SC rapped the Kerala government for promulgating an ordinance to "blatantly nullify" last year's apex court order freezing illegal medical admissions made in the State. h The SC has stayed the Kerala Professional Colleges (Regularisation of Admission in e Medical Colleges) Ordinance of 2017, promulgated by the State government regularising the admission of 180 medical students in Kannur-Karuna Medical y hav reve laye Colleges. A bench of SC passed a scathing order, accusing the government of trying to bulldoze ferent the court. et t Court observance a pu OLIse In the prima facie view, the ordinance in question blatantly seeks to nullify the binding rk and t stay effect of the order passed by the court Prima facie it was not open to declare this court's order as void or ineffective as was sought to be done by way of ordinance. leksa is ch that

  10. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Court observance SC made it clear that no student shall be permitted to reap any benefit of any action taken and they shall not be permitted to attend the college or the classes or continue in y hav jhcmedical colleges in any manner pursuant to the ordinance. e It warned that any violation of the order "shall be treated seriously by this court." reve laye Irregularities Last year, the SC cancelled the admission of 180 medical undergraduate students in the causeb ferent Kannur Medical College and the Karuna Medical College in Kerala owing to irregularities in admission procedure. et t . The SC had ordered the termination of 150 admissions in the Kannur college and 30 in the Karuna college, thus sending a strong message to private professional colleges that there would be zero tolerance if irregularities were found in admissions even at the cost of derailing the academic future of the students involved. r and t stay is arded

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  12. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 10 News: Govt. forms committee to regulate news portals The I&B Ministry has instituted a committee to regulate online portals, including news websites, entertainment sites and media aggregators. The 10-member committee, formed, will include: y hav pho he p laye Secretaries of the departments of Home, Legal Affairs, Electronics and Information and Technology, and Industrial Policy and Promotion. The CEO of MyGov and a representative each of the Press Council of India and National Broadcasters' Association will also be part of the committee. reve hink h causeb ferent In its order, I&B Ministry noted: et t Both print and electronic media are regulated but online media does not come under the ' a pu ambit of regulatory mechanism OLIse rk and t stay The content telecast on television channels are regulated in terms of the programme and advertisement codes under the Cable Television Networks Rules, 1994. Similarly, the autonomous body Press Council of India regulates the print media. leksa is ch arded that

  13. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 10 News: Can DNA be taken for Aadhaar, asks judge Justice D.Y. Chandrachud pointed out how the Aadhaar Act could allow the State, in future, to seek DNA, hair and even semen samples from citizens as "biometric information." het y hav A 5-judge Bench led by Chief Justice Dipak Misra hearing, challenged the biometric ID programme, while referring to the open-ended language of Section 2(g) of the Aadhaar Act, which defines biometric:s laye Section 2 (g) defines "biometric information" as "photograph, fingerprint, iris scan, e - or such other biological attributes of an individual as may be specified by regulations." hink h causeb ferent et t Arguments against: The Act does not specify what the phrase 'other biological attributes' means. Nor does the Act prescribe any limit to biometric information As of now, iris and fingerprint scans are taken. a pu OLIse rk and t stay An executive authority could "expand" the meaning of biometrics through an leksa administrative order under Section 2 is ch arded that

  14. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 11 News: 'Data of over 5.6 lakh Indian users may have been tapped Facebook admitted that data of over 5.6 lakh users of the social media platform in India may have been accessed without their consent. FB is investigating the specific number of people whose information was accessed by y hav ph re app, including those in India. The numbers that we have now are that only 335 people in India installed the app thisisvourdigitallifel, which is 0.1% of the app's total worldwide installs. Facebook has over 20 crore users in the country . A total of 562,455 are potentially affected people in India, which is 0.6% of the global race hink h et t number of potentially affected people. a pu Facts on the matter OLIse The U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica is accused of misusing data of millions of Facebook users to profile and influence voting behaviour. The Indian government then sent out separate notices to Cambridge Analytica and FB, seeking response on whether data of Indian users was used t stay leksa is ch Cambridge Analytica has sought time to respond to the queries, arded

  15. Page 13 Business News: 'RBI holds rates: cuts inflation forecast' : RBI holds rate, cuts Hl inflation forecast to 4.7-5.1% on lower food prices The RBI kept interest rates unchanged in the first policy meeting of 2018-19, as expected, but surprised markets with a dovish tone that some interpreted as opening up he possibility of a rate cut The six-member monetary policy committee (MPC) opted, by majority, to hold the repo rate at 6o, with a sole member in favour of 25 bas s points hike RBI lowered its inflation projection sharply from previous forecasts, but flagged risks on the upside on the revised numbers. The RBI expects retail inflation in March at 4.5%, down from 5.1% it projected in Feb 0 said several factors were expected to accelerate the pace of economic activity a pui in 2018-19 Importantly, it emphasised that excluding the impact of HRA of the 7th pay commission for central government employees, consumer price inflation is projected at 4.4-4.7% for April-September, and at 4.4% for October-December

  16. want to te tartirsp Mames, heissp 2 but th Page 13 Business News: 'RBI holds rates: cuts inflation forecast' (contd.) Factors expected to accelerate the pace of economic activity: Investment demand accelerated in the second half of 2017-18. y hav Recent high frequency indicators point to further strengthening with capital goods reve he production registering a 19-month high growth in January this year. GDP growth is projected to strengthen from 6.6% in 2017-18 to 7.4% in 2018-19. Revival in investment activity and sustained improvement in global demand. hink h causeb ferent The MPC noted that growth has been recovering and the output gap is closing which is also reflected in a pick-up in credit offtake in recent months. a pu This was an unexpectedly dovish policy with the RBI highlighting inflation risks but at the same time revising their forecasts downward: chief economist, HDFC Bank. r and t stay The RBI's inflation outlook cheered the markets as the yield on 10-year overnment bond slid 16 bps to a four month low of 7.13% leksa is ch arded that

  17. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 13 Business News: RBI bars banks from dealing with virtual currencies RBI has asked banks to stop providing service to any entity dealing with virtual currencies, with immediate effect. Three-month deadline y hav ht rev Regulated entities that are already providing such services should exit the relationship he p within three months. laye After advising all stakeholders about the risks of virtual currencies, RBI had decided to ** ring-fence the RBI regulated entities from the risk of dealing with entities associated with virtual currencies. ferent RBI recognises that the blockchain technology or distributed ledger technology has a apu, potential benefit for financial inclusion. RBI believes they can be exploited for the benefit of the economy. rk and t stay RBI would explore introducing digital currency and had formed an interdepartmental group to study and provide guidance on its desirability and feasibility. The report will be submitted by end-June 2018 ch that

  18. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 13 Business News: RBI bars banks from dealing with virtual currencies RBI has said all payment system operators' data must be stored only within the country. has given the operators six months to comply with the directive. y hav ph RBI said: reve he The move is intended to give unfettered access to all payment data for supervisory . In recent times, the payment ecosystem in India has expanded considerably with the Ensuring the safety and security of payment systems data by adoption of the best global risks from data breaches while maintaining a healthy pace of growth in digital "The RBI also deferred the implementation of Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS) Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs), excluding regional rural banks (RRBs), were laye purposes emergence of new payment systems, players and platforms. standards and their continuous monitoring and surveillance is essential to reduce the i payments. hink h causeb ferent et t rk and t stay for banks by one year leksa is ch required to implement Ind.AS from April 1,2018. arded