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6th June 2017: Daily News Analysis
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GSLV MKIII; Tension in Gulf Cooperation Council; Nilgiri Tahr

Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
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  1. DAILY THE HINDU NEWS ANALYSIS JUNE 6, 2017 By Jatin Verma, Educator, Unacademy. unacademy This Video is available daily in both Hindi and English at www.unacademy/user/studiousjatin

  2. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut relations withTEee HINDU Qatar in a coordinated move. SALE TODAY 12 NOON e Yemen, Libya and the Maldives joined in later. e Iran, long at odds with Saudi Arabia and a mi.comamazonn Five Arab powers behind- the-scenes target of the move, blamed Mr. Trump's visit to Riyadh last month Qatar CSAT-10 Qatar has for years presented itself as a mediator and power broker for the region's many dis- putes, but Egypt and the Gulf Arab states resent Qatar's support for Islamists, especially the Muslim Broth- erhood, which they see as a political foe. lSclaims londonattacks; moreheld

  3. Syria: Qatar-funded weapons and money have allegedly supported rebel groups in syria Caspian Sea Tehran Qatar is inancial patron SYRIA Doha QATAR U.S. Central Command for Middle East is at Al Udeid Air Base of Hamas Gaza controlled Gaza Strip ntrollemas IRAO IRAN Strip Cairo Oatif province: Qatar accused of supporting militants in Saudi Arabia EGYPT Riyadh BAHRAIN Headquarters of U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet Egypt: Relations with Qatar have been tense since mid-2013, when then-army chief Abdel Fatteh al-Sisi ousted Qatar-backed President Mohammed Morsi (below) a Muslim Brotherhood member SAUDI ARABIA Arabian Sea Abu Dhabi UNITED ARAB EMIRATES YE M EN 8 Sana a Yemen: Saudi-backed govt. accuses Qatar of backing Iran-aligned Houthi rebels

  4. How does Gulf crisis affect India? -More than half of the country's energy import needs are sourced from the Persian Gulf, -has traditionally stayed out of the "Shia-Sunni", "Arab-Persian" or "Wahabbi-Salaf" divides; 95 Six million Indians live and work in West Asia and they sent home about $63 billion last year. In Qatar in particular, there are 6,00,000 Indian workers. -Qatar is India's 19th biggest trading partner, with about S 9 Billion trade

  5. Page-l:India rejects Trump's allegation on Paris pact: Did not sign agreement Page-I : India rejects Trump's allegation on Paris pact: Did not sign agreement due to financial greed or fear of any country iritahr in Kerala Environment News: IEndangered species] , Nilgiri Tahr Habitat lost to plantation crops Amajor part of the habitat of the species has been lost to plant RADHAKRISHNAN KUTTOOR The first-ever Statewide pop ulation estimation of Nilgiri tahrs conducted by the Ker- ala Forests and Wildlife De partmen, using the bounded count method, has put the total population of the endangered species at ,420, which include 664 at the Eravikulam National Park in Munnar.

  6. Page :India successfully fires heaviest launch vehicle- GSLV MklIl-DI LV Mklll places heaviest satellite GSAT-19 into orbit. India entered into a select group of nations having their own indigenous cryogenic engine technology, with the successful launch of its heaviest launch vehicle, GSLV Mklll- DI, and placed the country's heaviest satellite till date, GSAT-19, into a precise orbit. ISRO has been trying to master development of an indigenous cryogenic for decades and has used indigenous cryogenic engines on earlier GSLV flights but modelled mainly on Russian design. . On this GS LV,no technological element was bo rowed or adapted from any other space organisation

  7. Fat boy in space India's heaviest rocket weighs around 640 tonnes 1 Height 43.4 metres taken to build it 15yrs. Solid, Liquid and cost Transfer Orbit 300 The launch of GSLV Mk-III is significant as the PSLV, Indian space technology's workhorse, is unable to carry satellites beyond 2,000 kg. GSLV can carry heavier payloads crore It can launch Cryogenic engines use Powered bya indigenously-developedliquid oxygen and hydrogen as propellants rockets as heavy as 4 tonnes cryogenic engine 25 tonnes .Apart from India five countries have successfully developed and deployed cryogenic rocket engines GSAT-19 The crucial communications satellite was put into orbit by GSLV Mk-IlI . This will be India's first satellite to provide internet services using the ka/ku-band

  8. About G-SAT 19: GSAT 19 is a communication satellite. e Business opportunities . The GSAT-19 carries a Ka/Ku- band high throughput communication transponders. It also carries a Geostationary Radiation Spectrometer (GRASP) payload to monitor and study the nature of charged particles and the influence of space radiation on satellites and their electronic components. The spacecraft will open up a lot of new vistas in the field of Internet connectivity, broadband connectivity Apart from India, 5 other countries have Cryogenic Technology: U.S., Russia, France, China,Japan

  9. Background: The successful launch of GSLV-D5 in January 2014 powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine was the first major milestone for the country considering the challenges Isro has had to face in developing it over the past three decades. In 1991, Isro signed a $120-million contract with Glavkosmos of Russia for seven cryogenic rocket engines and also a complete transfer of technology. As the India-Russian agreement was being put in place, the US, in July 1993, arm-twisted Russia into stalling the engine supply saying it flouted the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR). The US sanctions on Isro and Glavkosmos were a huge setback to the GSLV programme However, these sanctions caused by geopolitical factors gave a boost to the indigenous cryogenic programme as Isro was forced to develop its technology. A few years ago, Russia brushed aside American apprehensions and supplied seven cryogenic engines to India.

  10. Page12. World news: Nepal, China ink mega hydropower agreement. Nepal has signed an agreement with a Chinese company to build the largest hydroelectric plant; To build 1,200 MW Budhi-Gandaki hydroelectric project Estimates put the project cost at $2.5 billion. A financing agreement will be signed later. India and China have vied for influence in the small country. India's Projects: In 2014, India and Nepal signed a Power Trade Agreement 900 MWArun-3 Project in Sankhuwasabha district of Nepal [Feb. 2017]