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6th September, 2017: Daily Summary and Analysis of the Hindu(in Hindi)
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6th September, 2017: Daily Summary and Analysis of the Hindu (in Hindi)

Amit Baghel
UPSC 2018 mains; Doing 'The Hindu Newspaper Analysis' since June,2017. YouTube- Gurukul Prime.

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sir hindi m lesson do......
M S Mustafaa
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mere profile pe hindi me bhi hai . profit & loss vhan se search kro dear
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Amit Baghel
2 years ago
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Sareem Ahmed
2 years ago
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Amit Baghel
2 years ago
I hope, issue is fixed ?
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Amit Baghel
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  3. Editorial: Back On Track India- China Bilateral meeting - Outcome . By putting up a united front at the BRICS summit, and proposing a revival of the Panchsheel principles of peaceful cooperation . Looking beyond the Doklam crisis, India and China on Tuesday decided to open a new "forward looking" round of engagement, anchored by fresh mechanisms to ensure calm at the borders. It appeared that the focus of the bilateral was on border Confidence Building Measures (CBMs), rather than fresh ideas to resolve the festering boundary dispute between the two countries. . Two leaders agreed that efforts should be made to ensure that "defence and security (personnel) must maintain strong contact and cooperation" at the borders . Organisations such as the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AlIB) and the BRICS could supplement interaction between the two countries at the "intergovernmental" level, to build a robust relationship in the future India- China on BRICS Platform Outcome . India and China allowed for a productive BRICS declaration that belied fears that bilateral tensions would overtake multilateral concerns. .It is also significant that both countries expressed similar views about resisting economic protectionism of the kind that the Trump administration in the U.S. has been espousing.


  4. CONTD .The BRICS countries have together committed to an "open and inclusive" multilateral trading system. . Another area of welcome consonance was the North Korean nuclear tests. All five countries, Brazil, Russia and South Africa being the other three, condemned them unequivocally, while advocating dialogue and not the use of force . China's nod to the inclusion of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed among the terrorist groups threatening regional stability, and its choosing not to speak of the contentious Belt and Road Initiative at the summit suggested it was heeding India's concerns. After meeting . With the BRICS meet concluded, it is doubly important that Indian and Chinese officials re-engage in a sustained manner to address all areas of discord. 1. They must, for starters, review where the border defence standard operating procedures failed. 2. The two countries must convene the delayed meeting of the Special Representatives, and add the latest claims and counter-claims over the Sikkim boundary and the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction to the agenda for discussions. 3. It is necessary to see that the much-acclaimed BRICS language on terrorist groups like the LeT and JeM is translated into actionable points as a show of good faith. Beijing will have an early opportunity to do so in October when the issue of designating JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist comes up at the UN Security Council.


  5. Sept 6, 2017 NEWS Modi's 10 'noble commitments' for BRICS 1. Creating a ater world by organised and coordinated action on at least three issues: counter-terrorism, cyber security and disaster management; 2. Creating a greeher world by taking concerted action on countering climate change, through initiatives such as the India-initiated International Solar Alliance. 3. Creating an enabled world by sharing and deploying suitable technologies to enhance efficiency, economy and effectiveness 4. Creating an inclusive world by economic main g of our people including in the banking and financial system. 5. Creating a digital world by bridging the digital divide within and outside our economies 6. Creating a skilled world by qiving future-ready skills to millions of our youth


  6. Sept 6, 2017 NEWS im CONTD.. 7. Creating a healthier world by cooperating in research and development to eradicate diseases, and enabling affordable health care for all. 8. world, BRICS nations should provide equality of opportunity to all, particularly through gender equality. 9.Creating connected world enabling-of free flow of goods, persons and services. world by promoting-ideotogies, practices, and heritage that are centreed on peaceful coexistence and living in harmony with nature. .In addition to these , PM Modi said that Our 'no strings attached' model of cooperation is driven purely by the requirements and priorities of our partner countries. Stating that India has mapped each of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to its own development programmes and scheme,


  7. Sept 6, 2017 NEWS Panel appointed CVC by consensus, SC told . The Centre told the Supreme Court that K.V. Chowdary was appointed Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC), the chief of the country's top anti-corruption body, with the "unanimous consensus" of a high-profile committee led by the Prime Minister in June 2015. appointments as "arbitrary, illegal and in violation of the principle of institutional integrity." unanimously by the PM committee, which also includes the Leader of the Opposition and the . Mr. Venugopal was responding to allegations raised in a PIL petition filed by NGO, challenging the . Mr. Venugopal further questioned the powers of the judiciary to review the appointments made Home Minister. . The Bench responded that it did not, at this point, want to go into the "realm of merits of the candidates", but simply wanted to see whether the eligibility criteria were fulfilled at the time of appointments


  8. CONTD Background In 2011 , SC banch said Under the proviso to Section 4(1) of the CVC Act, 2003 Parliament has put its faith in the HPC consisting of the Prime Minister, the Minister for Home Affairs and the Leader of the Opposition in the House of the people. . If one Member of the Committee dissents that Member should give reasons for the dissent and if the majority disagrees with the dissent, the majority shall give reasons for overruling the dissent This will bring about fairness-in-action. Pointing out that the CVC Act had restricted the choice of candidates for the post of Central Vigilance Commissioner only to civil servants, the Bench said that the zone of consideration shall not be restricted to civil servants only. . The empanelling authority, while forwarding the names of the empanelled officers/persons, shall enclose complete information, material and data of the concerned officer/person, whether e or adverse. . Nothing relevant or material should be withheld from the Selection Committee. It will not only be useful but would also serve larger public interest and enhance public confidence.


  9. Sept 6, 2017 NEWS Undersea line from Iran to port cheap gas Section 377: SC to start hearing The Supreme Court is likely to hear on September 8A 1,300-km undersea pipeline from Iran, avoiding curative petitions against Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, a colonial-era provision criminalising consensual sexual acts of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual andin the spot market. Transgender (LGBT) adults in private. The three-judge Bench of CJI Thakur and Justices Anil R. Dave and J.S. Khehar gave credence to arguments that the threat imposed by Section 377 amounted to denial of the rights to privacy and dignity, and resulted in gross miscarriage of justice Pakistani waters, can bring natural gas from the Persian Gulf to India at rates less than the price of LNG available Natural gas imported through the more than $4-billion line would cost $5-5.50 per million British thermal unit at the Indian coast, Liquefied natural gas, or LNG, Imported through ships costs about $7.50 per million British thermal unit. The subsea pipeline is being seen as an all . The fight against Section 377 got a major boost whenthe on-land, Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline. New Delhi has a nine-judge Bench of the Supreme Court, while upholding the right to privacy as a fundamental right intrinsic to life and liberty, ripped apart a 2014 judgment dismissing the case against Section 377 not been participating in talks on the 1,036-km Iran- Pakistan-India gas pipeline since 2007 citing security and commercial concerns. But, it has never officially pulled out of the $7.6 billion project


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  11. Sept 6, 2017 NEWS Japan wants to develop missiles Joint secretaries vested with financial powers . Japan faced twin nuclear threats from NorthIn a first, the Home Ministry has given Korea and "expansionist" China and, therefore, wanted to develop long range missiles, ending its post-World War lIl stance.executing works and purchasing land. The Abe-Modi talks would be the first major Such financial powers have been given to opportunity for Japan to share its concerns bring greater flexibility in operations, on the North Korean developments with India, which had deplored the recent hydrogen-bomb test by North Korea. Bilateral discussion with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and attend a ceremony to start a high speed railway project financial powers to joint secretaries. They can now spend up to Rs. 50 crore for reduce delays and facilitate quick decision on matters involving financial expenditure, .These powers were earlier exercised at the level of Union home secretary, special secretary and additional secretary. There are around 20 joint secretaries in the Ministry.


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