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6th June 2018 Part-5: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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  1. to Page 11 News: Nitrogen emissions going up: stud at thh First-ever quantitative assessment of nitrogen pollution in India says that Nitrogen particles make up the largest fraction of PM2.5 (pollutants closely linked to cardiovascular & respiratory illness). While the burning of crop residue is said to be a key contributor to winter smog in many parts of North India, it contributes over 240mn kg of nitrogen oxides (NOx: most relevant for air pollution, pnamely nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide) and about 7 mn kg of nitrous oxide (N20O) per year. e Indian Nitrogen Assessment: It assesses the sources, impacts, trends and future scenarios of reactive nitrogen in the Indian environment The leading trend Though agriculture remains the largest contributor to nitrogen emissions, the non-agricultural e ar k h emissions of nitrogen oxide and nitrous dioxide are growing rapidly, with sewage and fossil-fuel burning for power, transport and industry. >-Indian NOx emissions grew at 52% from 1991 to 2001 and 69% from 2001 to 2011 Annual NOx emissions from coal, diesel and other fuel combustion sources are growing at 6.5% a year currently. As fertilizer, nitrogen is one of the main inputs for agriculture, but inefficiencies along the food chain mean about 80% of nitrogen is wasted, contributing to air and water pollution plus reenhouse gas emissions, thereby causing threats for human health, ecosystems and livelihoods lis

  2. 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

  3. to Page 11 News: India's per capita plastic use among lowest: Modi at thh At the World Environment Day, PM Modi said that India has among the lowest per capita consumption of plastic in the world, "much lower" than that of many developed countries. He said India was committed to reducing the use of plastic and would join the Clean Seas programme, a re. Plastic threatens to be a menace to humanity. It is already having a deadly impact on the marine The issues include: declining fish catches, warming oceans, vanishing habitats and the major He said that as part of Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), India was committed to As per CPCB, India generates about 15,000 tonnes of plastic waste every day, of which about 40% Sweden-led initiative to reduce littering of marine ecosvstems. ecosystem transboundary problem of micro-plastics. e ar k h reducing 33-35% of emission intensity of its GDP during 2005-2030 remains uncollected. About 70% of the plastic packaging products become "waste" in a short span of time. > While plastics have a wide variety of applications, the global rally is against the so-called "single use" or disposable plastic, used in bottles, cups, wrapping paper and bags. > Together, they account for over half the plastic produced lis

  4. . 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

  5. LT to CRISIL expects moderation in slippages, better recoveries from NPAs and improved provision coverage to bode well for banks, i.e. in case of SMA-2 advances, the exposures have halved. at thh NCLT referrals e Further, prospects of recovery from stressed accounts referred to the National Company Lavw Tribunal are improving heMore than a quarter of the 3.3 lakh crore worth of cases referred to NCLT for resolution are from the steel sector, which has seen heightened bidding interest due to improving prospects for the sector Page 13 Business News: Services PMI contracts in May e ar k h ent India's services sector activity contracted for the first time in three months in May as new business orders stagnated and cost pressures intensified amid higher fuel prices, according to a monthly survey. However, a "bright spot" was that business sentiment was the strongest since January 2015, rooted in expectations of improvements in demand conditions in the year ahead. . . The seasonally adjusted Nikkei India Services Business Activity Index fell, indicating a marginal contraction in business activity, following a 2-month period of growth. lis

  6. to Page 13 Business News: Cross-holding norms issued for rating firms SEBI has imposed a 10% cap on cross-shareholding in credit rating agencies at thh > It has raised their net worth requirement to Rs. 25 crore from Rs. 5 crore and disallowed an agency from having a seat on a rival's board. . It is likely to have an impact on global rating agencies like S&P, Moody's and Fitch which have significant holdings in domestic agencies besides their direct presence. Under the new rules he A credit rating agency (CRA) will not, directly or indirectly, have more than 10% of shareholding or voting rights in another CRA It would not have representation on the board of the other CRA. Permission needed: e ar k h ent Further, SEBI's prior approval would be needed for acquisition of shares or voting rights in a CRA that results in change in control. A shareholder with 10% stake or voting rights in a CRA will not hold similar holding or voting rights in any other CRA. This restriction will not apply to holdings by Pension Funds, Insurance schemes and Mutual Fund schemes. SEBI has given 3 years to existing CRAs to comply with the net worth requirement, lis

  7. 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

  8. 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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