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DAILY THE HINDU NEWS ANALYSIS JUNE 7, 2017 By Jatin Verma, Educator, Unacademy. unacademy This Video is available in both English & Hindi. Link- https://unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin
Page I: GST Implementation date issue: GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs) not ready GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs), who are expected to help taxpayers cope with the transition to the new regime and its compliance paper- work, may only be operationally ready a few months down the line. .Convenient methods: Under the GST regime, the GSPs are expected to provide convenient methods to tax-payers to access and upload their documents and returns onto the GST Network (GSTN), the information technology backbone of the new indirect tax regime. . The GSP model is not the only solution for the GSTN to meet its obligation to the citizens of the country-which is to get a system ready on which they can file their returns. It need not be that the GSP model will be out by July I.
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From Page 4: Agri-Initiatives Under the Soil Health card scheme, farmers are given the cards detaililng soil health conditions nutrients and fertilizers Soil Health Cards are issued every two years. .It carries crop-wise recommendations of Macronutrients, secondary nutrients; micro- .Better Measures for Disaster Relief Gol has reduced the eligibility for admissibilityof claims from 50% damage to 33% damage, 1 hectare to 2 hectare of land; finnancial assistance has been increased to 1.5 times; Death assistance: Rs 1.5 lakh to 4 lakh
New e-NAM Portal for online selling: To create a Unified agri-market; Farmers can sell their produce at any of the Mandis; Multilingual e-NAM App. Crop Insurance: PMFSBY Govt. compensates farmers for loss due to natural calamities; Assessment of damage at farm level is done; damage at tarm level is doetotion loce to xyoo Risk coverage at all levels is done: Before plantation, loss to ready crop, post harvesting risk. Agriculture Higher Education Budget increased by 47.5%
Page 6: Odisha CM writes to PM over Mahanadi water dispute with Chhattisgarh The Chief Minister lamented that no step had been taken by the Centre for over six months, allowing Chhattisgarh to go ahead with disputed projects in the Mahanadi basin. . The Odisha government had filed a complaint with the Centre on November 19 about disputed barrages in Chhattisgarh and had sought constitution of an inter-State tribunal . He urged the Prime Minister to intervene by instructing the upstream State of Chhattisgarh to stop construction of barrages on the Mahanadi and to open the gates of Kalma and other barrages to maintain free flow of water downstream. . Sarkaria Commission: Once an application under Section 3 of the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act, 1956 is received from a State, it should be mandatory on the Union Government to constitute a Tribunal within a period not exceeding one year from the date of receipt of the application of any disputant State. The Inter- State River Water Disputes Act may be suitably amended for this purpose.
Constitutional Background The Interstate River Water Disputes Act, 1956 (IRWD Act) is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted under Art. 262 of Constitution of India on the eve of reorganization of states on linguistic basis to resolve the water disputes that would arise in the use, control and distribution of an interstate river or river valley . Article 262 provides a role for the Central government in adjudicating conflicts surrounding inter-state rivers that arise among the state/regional governments River waters harnessing is included in State List Entry 17. However, union government can make laws on regulation and development of inter- State rivers and river valleys when expedient in the public interest as per Entry 56 of Union List. . River waters harnessing is included in State List Entry 17.
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Page-7:Child-friendly HIV drug gets govt.nod [G.S. Mains Paper-2] . The Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) has registered the child- dly HIV drug gets govt.nod [G.S. Mains Paper-2] friendly HIV drug in oral pellet form, ending months of uncertainty for the HIV community e This has opened up crucial supplies from Cipla Pharmaceuticals, a market leader in the HIV segment, to the National AIDS Control Programme (NACO), which had been struggling to source quality assured formulations of the drug. India ran out of Lopinavir syrup, a child-friendly HIV drug, in March after Cipla the sole manufacturer of the drug stopped production consequent to non-payment by the Health Ministry. National Aids Control Organization, a division of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, was established in 1992. NACP
The main objective of NACP IV is to: [2 October 2013)] i. Reduce new infections by 50 percent (2007 Baseline of NACP III). li. Provide comprehensive care and support to all persons living with HIV/AIDS and treatment services for all those who require it. This will be achieved through the following strategies: i. Intensifying and consolidating prevention services with a focus on (a) high-risk groups and vulnerable population and (b) general population. ii. Expanding Information, Education and Communication (IEC) services for (a) general population and (b) High-Risk Groups (HRGS) with a focus on behaviour change and demand generation. ii. Increasing access and promoting comprehensive Care, Support and Treatment (CST) iv. Building capacities at National, State, District and facility levels v. Strengthening Strategic Information Management Systems.