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6th July 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (Hindi)
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Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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sir u said that u will make a course on yojna magazine .sir when u will start making lesson on that course.sir plz reply.
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
Sunday
Goutham Tudeddi
2 years ago
Sir how to make notes on this information of current affairs. Should it be in detail to help for mains or should it be crispy and short with key words. With short notes can we grasp the content and revise it for long
Gd morning sir I want suggestions for optional paper because due to lack of teachers in college classes were not conduct so l m in a fix how can prepare our optional subject suggest me
Saya Khatri
2 years ago
thank you sir for replying
13.11 Correction-Post of deputy pm created 7 times till now that are:- 1) Sardar BB patel (At the time of JL Nehru) 2) M desai (Indira Gandhi) 3) Jagjivan Ram + Ch. Charan Singh (M Desai) 4) Y B Chawan ( Ch. Charan Singh) 5) Ch. Devi Lal (VP Singh) 6) Ch Devi Lal ( Chandrasekhar Singh) 7) LK Advani (AB Vajpayee)
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Hi Jatin, that change is done in as article 75(2)
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
According to my knowledge, please correct me if I'm wrong
hi shubham Article 72 of the Constitution prescribes that the total number of Ministers, including the Prime Minister, in the Council of Ministers shall not exceed 15 per cent of the number of members of the House of the People. This was in the hindu newspaper dated 26th May 2014 :)
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
That is wrong Shifa
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
As per my knowledge
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
Further you can check out here
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
https://india.gov.in/my-government/constitution-india/amendments/constitution-india-ninety-first-amendment-act-2003
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
There is pdf, please download it and read the needful
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
Although clause is added 1(a) but in 75 and 164 for Parliament and SL respectively
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
I mean to say LS, not Parliament
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/cabinet-not-to-exceed-15-of-ls-strength/article6047184.ece
see i read it from here and i don't think the hindu gives wrong articles we should checkout and confirm on this
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
Further Jatin can clarify if needed
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
Buddy hindu is private entity (kastoori and sons)... At least government won't disseminate wrong circulars
haan wahi toh !! clarify karna hoga shubham if apko mile correct info let me know otherwise i will too inform u
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
Article 75 is correct... Apologies for the mistake.
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Shubham Arora
2 years ago
With due respect Jatin
Thanks very much sir. Sir I hv a question number of times regarding to provide facility for offline lectures saving. Please Jatin sir thoda jajbati ho jaiyega for this matter. Please sir.
Article 72 is a different article ...not related to Council of minister as mentioned in this slide. Please correct me,if I'm wrong
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS from THE HINDU 6TH July 2017 By JATIN VERMA Educator Unacademy For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  2. PAGE I: Selection of ECs must be transparent: SC Apex court advocates enactment of legislation to fill gap in Constitution. Though so far the election commissioners (ECs) appointed have been "outstanding people, very fair and politically neutral," there is still a legitimate expectation that they should be selected through the "most transparent and just process" formalised in a law enacted by Parliament, the Supreme Court advised the Centre. The Bench pointed out that there is a "gap" caused by the lack of a parliamentary law which transparently spells out the process of appointment of an election commissioner "VVho should be shortlisted? who shortlists these names? What is the eligibility? . There is nothing to show the procedure followed in selecting them," Chief Justice observed. . He said that even the selection procedure of the CBl Director is formalised by a written law, but not that of Election Commissioners. www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  3. Past Demands for giving the Parliament more say in EC Selection I. In the Constituent Assembly debates, Prof. Shibban Lal saksena stressed that EC's appointment be made by a two thirds majority in both the houses of Parliament. 2. Due to this demand, Constituent Assembly inserted Article 324(2), which says that ECI's appointment will be subject to the provisions of law made by the Parliament 3. In 1974, Tarkunde Panel suggested that EC's appointment shall be made by the President on the advice of a panel consisting of a. Prime Minister b. Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha and c. Chief Justice of India Pres.denk on tonde il enes a ythte For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  4. . Page l: India, Israel to set up $40 mn research fund. India and Israel annou nced: [] a strategic partnership after a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his lsraeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu, [i] signed seven agreements in the fields of: water,agriculture, and space, [ii] a $40 million joint fund for research and development in innovation Commonalities between two countries: [i] India and Israel live in complex geographies. [i] We are aware of the strategic threats to regional peace and stability. [ii Both the countries agreed to do much more together to protect their strategic interests [iv] Cooperate to combat the growing radicalisation and terrorism, including in cyberspace. . While none of the agreements signed were on security issues, officials said they had been prominent in the talks, and Officials had discussed the possibility of joint development of defence products, including the transfer of technology from Israel. For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  5. OnTerrorismi Without mentioning the specifics of the counter-terrorism cooperation envisaged, they agreed that "strong measures should be taken against terrorists, terror organisations, their networks and all those who encourage, support and finance terrorism, or provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups. On Weapon of mass destruction: They also underscored the need to "ensure that terrorist organisations do not get access to any WMD [weapon of mass destruction] or technologies." The indirect references to Pakistan and Iran, both of which are nuclear-capable powers, reflected the concerns India and Israel have on the issue of terror. pabe pomer . On Palestine: In view of Israel's position on not welcoming"third party" interventions on the lsrael-Palestine peace process, the joint statement only recorded "their support for an early negotiated solution between the sides based on mutual recognition and security arrangements," without any reference to a two-state solution" that India supports. For Daily PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU updates, Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  6. Page 6: Parliamentary secretaries' appointment set aside by Pb & Haryana High Court The Punjab and Haryana High Court set aside the appointment of four MLAs as Chief parliamentary secretaries in the Haryana government. However, the court, on the request of the Haryana government, put a stay on the implementation of the decision for three weeks. . However, the court, on the request of the Haryana government put a stay on the The court's verdict came on a petition filed in public interest by lawyer Jagmohan Singh Bhatti, challenging the appointments. o Burden on exchequer: The petition contended that under the constitution there was no provision for the post of chief parliamentary secretaries and their appointment. Besides being unconstitutional, it was a burden on the State exchequer and the taxpayer. The State government contested the plea saying that chief parliamentary secretaries were appointed to assist Ministers in public interest in view of their varied duties For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  7. 91st Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003 . 91st Amendment to the Constitution, limiting the size of the Council of Ministers at the Centre and the States to no more than 15 per cent of the numbers in the Lok Sabha or the State Legislature, came into effect. The real problem is that with unlimited ministerships on offer, destabilising governments is and the States to no more ehsuton, lmiting the size of made easier. . National Committee to Review the Working of the Constitution (NCRWC), which recommended the number of ministers be fixed at the maximum of 10 per cent of the total strength of the popular House of the Legislature. . Article 72 of the Constitution prescribes that the total number of Ministers, including the Prime Minister, in the Council of Ministers shall not exceed 15 per cent of the number of members of the House of the People. For Indian Polity Crash course, Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  8. . Prior to January 1,2004 (effective date of 91st Amendment of the Constitution) the Prime Minister had discretion to appoint any number in his council of ministers. But the Constitution (Ninety-first Amendment) Act in 2003 made a drastic change in curbing such power of the Prime Minister. . This Amendment added clause (IA) in this Article which made a specific provision that, the total number of Ministers, including Prime Minister, in no case can exceed 15 per cent of the total number of Lok Sabha members Types of Ministerial Portfolios: [il Prime Minister [ii] Deputy Prime Minister (if any): presides as Prime Minister in his absence or as the senior most cabinet minister. [ii] Cabinet Minister: member of cabinet; leads a ministry [iv] Minister of State (Independent Charges): junior minister not reporting to a cabinet minister [v]Minister of State (MoS): junior minister reporting to a cabinet minister, usually tasked with a specific responsibility in that ministry [VI] Parliamentary Secretaries Outside 15% Limit


  9. . Page 7: Of plant species few and far between . Scientists have recorded a major section of Rare Endemic and Threatened plants and trees in the Western Ghats, some of which have not been assessed by international conservation bodies for nearly two decades. The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) project on endemic tree resources in the southern Western Ghats, including Kerala and Tamil Nadu, has now documented about 250 'RET species. The assessment of some of these conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature for the IUCN Red List puts them under vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered categories based on literature from 1998. For Daily PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU updates, Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  10. e Medicinally important plants Aglaia malabarica (critically endangered in the Red List), Myristica malabarica (vulnerable), Syzigium stocks" and Syzgium dhaneshiana as well as economically important ones like Humboldtia vahliana (unsustainably collection) and Hopea ponga . Tribal input: A lot of the existing know- ledge on these plants comes from tribal communities. By contrast, the common man is unaware. The Western Ghats has been recognised as one of the 34 Ecosystem hotspots in the world in terms of Biodiversity terms of Biodiversty For Daily Multiple Choice Questions, Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin