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6th June 2018 Part-4: Daily News Analysis (in 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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mam I hear from other institute that for direct entry for commerce students the graduation %will be 60 or 65 % please clear my doubts on ph:8960250006
Kalyani Mehta
2 years ago
you can refer the the icai website for clarifications..☺️
Article 15 is only for citizens and not for aliens so I think Citizenship bill will not violate the constituiion.. Please corrent me if I am wrong
Ananya Kaushal
a year ago
I was thinking the same!!
sir. the citizens amendment bill 2018 is not only for hindus and sikhs...but also for buddhists jains parsis and christians..
irrelevant news covered
Aap hi padha do!
Rahul surya
a year ago
then what's the need to see this course if you know what to study??
Akash Kumar
a year ago
#Aashima Perhaps u need to know exactly what relevancy means.....u must have got that
Vishal Gaware
a year ago
Which news was irrelevant?
Diwaker Gautam
a year ago
at least you have to think twise before commenting such a nonsense reply , although its 2 a.m. and he is feeling sleepy still he is teaching for betterment of us.
thanx alot sir you and the whole team of unacadamy have doing alot for us
sorry for mistake you have been doing alot for us
  1. Page 7 Nation News: 'Permits kev to claim insurance' at thh SC has held that Insurance companies are not liable to compensate accident claims for public transport vehicles plying without permits 'Permits' are authorisation given by State authorities to use motor vehicles as transport vehicles SC has observed that the use of a vehicle in a public place without a permit is a fundamental statutory infraction re he SC's Verdict The verdict came on an accident involving a truck which fatally hit a two-wheeler rider in February 2013 at Pathankot. The insurance company argued that the truck was used in violation of the terms of the insurance policy. The driver did not have a valid driving licence and, therefore, it was not obliged to indemnify the u insured That apart, a stand was taken that the vehicle did not have the permit on the date of the accident. e ar k h The verdict said the existence of a permit of any nature is a matter of documentary evidence, but nothing was brought on record by the insured to prove that he had a permit of the vehicle. In such a situation, the onus cannot be cast on the insurer," the apex court decided while dismissing the appeal against the company. tis that en thec


  2. want te be startin to Page 10 News: Assam divided over Bill: Assam Governor at thh Amid growing protests in Assam over the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Governor Jagdish Mukhi said the State was divided over the matter. The Governor said: Assam is divided over the issue: Brahmaputra valley has a different view and Barak valley has a p re he different one. Not only political parties, but social, cultural, literary organisations have taken their respective stands. The State govt is seized of the matter. Background: Assam has been witnessing resistance to the Centre's move to bring the Citizenship k h (Amendment) Bill 2016 that seeks to grant citizenship to religious minorities (Hindus, Sikhs) from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan who sought refuge in India due to religious persecution. Governor made it clear that as the Constitutional head of the State, he will not comment on political issues but tried playing down fears of a law and order problem due to the ongoing . updating of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) stay He said commendable work was being done to "prepare an error-free list of genuine Indians living the State. tis


  3. to What is the new proposed amendment to the Citizenship Act? The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, seeks to amend the 1955 Act to permit members of six communities- Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan eligible for citizenship if they had entered the country before December 14, 2014. Under the original Act, an applicant seeking citizenship by naturalisation must have resided in India during the last 12 months, and for 11 of the previous 14 years. The proposed Bill relaxes the 11 . at thh r re he year requirement to six years for applicants belonging to these six religious communities and three countries Many organisations in Assam are up in arms against the proposed Bill, which they fear may trigger demographic change in Assam as illegal Bangladeshi Hindu migrants are granted citizenship Several BJP allies are against the amendment; in Meghalaya, where the BJP is part of the government, the state cabinet took a decision to oppose the Bill Enthusiasm for the Bill is largely restricted to the Bangla-speaking people in the Barak Valley. The Bill is unlikely to withstand scrutiny in court, as it discriminates against Muslims only on the grounds of religion, which is prohibited by Article 15(1) of the Constitution. e ar k h ent . . tis that


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  5. want te be starting sa to Page 10 News: China seeks to deepen anti-graft ties at th 6-member delegation of senior Chinese officials wil meet their counterparts in Indian agencies to deepen cooperation between the two countries on people wanted for corruption and asset recovery. . During the 5-day vist, the delegation will hold meetings with the CBI Director and chiefs of the he The meetings are also aimed at sharing experience pertaining to various anti-corruption measures . During the Chinese presidency of G20 in 2016, "High Level Principles on Cooperation on Persons CVC and the Department of Personnel and Training. re and better coordination on the issue within G20 and BRICS. Sought for Corruption and Asset Recovery" was initiated to address the issue of persons accused of corruption fleeing the country and transferring the proceeds of crime overseas to evade the law. India has supported the initiative in principle. The document envisaged greater international cooperation in detection and investigations, besides other aspects of anti-corruption initiatives. ent * It is believed that those accused have been taking advantage of the investment-based immigration offered by several countries to get passports and even citizenship. tis that


  6. Page 10 News: Centre_seeks update on SIMI activities at thh . The Centre has written to the State govts seeking an update on the activities of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) ahead of deciding whether or not to extend the ban on the organisation beyond January 2019 In a communication to all States, the Home Ministry said the ban imposed under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) would end on January 31 2019, but if the Union govt found that the group continued to indulge in unlawful activities, with a potential to threaten the re he secular fabric of the country, then the prohibition might be imposed afresh Cases registered on or after February 1, 2014, and their status which can stand judicial scrutiny, any other relevant information concerning SIMI along with the State govt's assessment and recommendation for a fresh ban may be furnished and a nodal officer may also k h ent be nominated for regular interaction and follow up . The Home Ministry said it was essential to watch the activities of SIMI and if its membership continued, then ipso facto a case of unlawful activity under the law was made out. The communication said If this organisation and its members commit offences in furtherance of their aims and objectives, then the charge sheet would have to contain the reference to such violation of Act. This is important since the evidence of such activities in the form of FIRs and charge sheets are required to be produced before the Tribunal. lis


  7. to Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI It was established on April 25, 1977, in U.P.'s Aligarh, and the organisation's allegedly agenda is at th to liberate India by converting it into an Islamic country. Described as a terrorist organisation, the SIMI was first declared an outlawed outfit in 2001 Since then, it has been declared a banned group under the relevant law p The last time it was declared a banned outfit was under the UAPA on February 1, 2014, for a he period of 5 years re The ban was then confirmed by a tribunal on July 30, 2014 Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA * The Act came after the 16th CAA, 1963 which placed reasonable restrictions on [Ar.19(1) e ar [Ar. 192)], Ar193)] Crime under the Act: ent Supporting any secessionist movement -> Threatening the nation's economic security > Supporting a foreign power's claim over Indian territories Member of terrorist gang or unlawful associations or terrorist organisation Raising funds for terrorist activities (including the production and circulation of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) tis that


  8. to Page 11 News: Environment Day bouquet: 539 species discovered in India in 2017 at thh As many as 539 new species of plants and animals were discovered by scientists and taxonomists in the country in 2017, as suggested by Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) and the Botanical Survey of India (BSI) Animal Discoveries 2017: from the ZSI lists 300 newly discovered species of fauna. 241 invertebrates 27 species of fish re he 18 of amphibians 12 ofreptiles Plant Discoveries 2017: lists as many as 239 newly found flora species. e ar k h > Besides this, the biodiversity recorded 263 species (174 new animals and 89 plants found). New fossils The highlight of the animal discoveries is a new fossil reptilian species: Shringasaurus indicus The important discoveries include: I. A frog species, Nasikabatrachus bhupathi, with snout-shaped nose like a pig and named afte Indian herpetologist S. Bhupathy. II. A snake, Rhabdops aquaticus, discovered from the northern Western Ghats and deriving its name from the Latin word for water in reference to its presence in freshwater bodies. lis par een tho


  9. to With these discoveries, the number of animal species in India stands at 1,01,167, which is i,." 6.45% of the faunal species found in the world. The number of plant species has increased to 49,003, which is 11.4 % of the world flora . There are 148 flowering plants 108 macro and micro fungi 4 pteridophytes re 6 bryophytes 17 chens 39 algae 30 microbes e ar . In 2017, scientists discovered 20 species of balsams & 3 species of wild musa (banana) and jamun. The BSI publication lists 18 species of grasses. In terms of names for the discoveries, Tupistra k h khasiana , named after the Khasi tribe of the Khasi hills, and Drypetes kalami, named after former u President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, stand out. Riches among hills The Western Ghats and the Himalavas are home to most of the plant and animal discoveries. Western Ghats contributed 19% for the species and subspecies of plants, 37% for animal . The Himalayas contributed 35% of plant discoveries: 18% from western & 17% from eastern Himalayas lis


  10. . In terms of animal discoveries, over 18% of the new species were discovered from both the eastern i and western Himalayas. Kerala's record * Among the States, Kerala recorded the highest number of discoveries: 66 species, subspecies sol oi.ants and 52 seis ninals 24species, ubspecies and varieties rded 27 and varieties of plants and 52 species of animals p Tamil Nadu recorded 31 new species of animals and 24 species, subspecies and varieties of plants. he West Bengal, which has the distinction of having both Himalayan and coastal ecosystems, recorded 27 discoveries in categories of plants and 45 discoveries of animal species e ar k h ent lis par een tho


  11. Agricultural soils contributed to over 70% of N2O emissions from India in 2010, followed by not Wastewater (12%) and residential and commercial activities (6%) Since 2002, N20 has replaced methane as the 2nd largest Greenhouse Gas from Indian agriculture. Chemical fertilizers (over 82% of it is urea) account for over 77% of all agricultural N20 emissions in India, while manure, compost and so on make up the rest Most of the fertilizers consumed over 70%) go into the production of cereals, especially rice. and wheat, which accounts for the bulk of N2O emissions from India. re he Cattle emissions Cattle account for 80% of the ammonia production, though their annual growth rate is 1%, due to a stable population. India is globally the biggest source of ammonia, nearly double that of NOx emissions. But at the current rate of growth, NOx emissions will exceed ammonia emissions and touch 8.8 tonnes bv 2055 e ar k h ent >> Poultry industry, with an annual growth rate of 6%, recorded an excretion of reactive- nitrogen compounds of 0.415 tonnes in 2016. That is anticipated to increaseto 1.089 tonnes by 2030 It is suggested that nutrient recovery/recycling from waste water for agriculture could cut down N2O emissions from sewage and waste water by up to 40%. lis


  12. . The Environment Ministry, two years ago, notified plastic waste management rules that sought to . However, several States and city corporations have been unable to effectively enforce the rules, Page 13 Business News: HUL to integrate foods and refreshment units in India control the manufacture of the particular kind of plastics. particularly the provision that bans the use of bags less than 50 microns thick. FMCG major HUL will integrate its foods and refreshment categories in India with effect from r heJuly 1 in alignment with the structure of Unilever globally. It will help in better serving the local consumers while harnessing the advantage of global scale. . The Foods and Refreshment (F&R) business has delivered consistent growth in India. It lends e ar significant scale to Unilever in the region and will continue to be a strategic priority for the business, HUL said, adding that the company believed this integration would help drive synergies become more agile and more consumer-centric ent Page 13 Business News: 5 lakh crore loans turned bad in FY18, Crisil has observed that, "while loans worth 5 lakh crore timed non-performing in 2017-8 fresh slippages are moderating, indicating the tide is turning 1/5th of the bad loans last fiscal, were due to withdrawal of the various restructuring schemes. Gross NPAs increased to 10.3 lakh crore, which is 11.2% of the gross advances, as on March 31, 2018, compared to 8 lakh crore, or 9.5% of advances, as on March 31, 2017. stay . lis


  13. to Page 13 Business News: Will achieve 175 GW renewable energy target before 2022 Power and Renewable Energy Minister R.K. Singh said: . India will reach its target of 175 GW of renewable energy capacity well before the deadline of at thh 2022 Bids for the entire amount will be completed by 2020 itself. . eGovt. would also achieve complete household electrification by the end of this calendar year. he He said, "n the 48 years before 2014, the pace of capacity addition in generation was about 4,800 MW a year. In the 48 months of this government, the pace of capacity addition was 24,000 MW a year. That's 4.8 times . On the govt's household electrification scheme, he said that the govt. is focussing electrification on those households that belong to backward communities, including SC and ST households. ent .On renewable energy target, Mr. Singh said the govt. hoped to touch 225 GW by 2022 lis


  14. Page 13 Business News: Trade war a 'lose-lose' situation, says Rajan Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan expressed concern over escalation of a trade war between the U.S. and China * He said: It would be a "lose-lose" situation if the two economies carried out their threats. He also cautioned that the situation could get 'out of control very quickly', hampering global he growth Biggest risk: He said, the biggest risk is the combination of rising interest rates and some untoward action on trade He observed: e ar k h ent It is the perception that with all the leverage that's out there, interest rates rising are already an issue that we'l have to deal with, but that's out there. "The great uncertainty is what happens with trade, if there is a trade conflagration in the ui next few months that could really hamper the global economy lis par een tho


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