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7th June 2017 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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Mahanadi water dispute; AIDS Drug for children

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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sir in question 2 . reversible adiabatic process is asked then dQ should be zero bcz it is an adiabatic process.please explain it
The process is irreversible Adiabatic, so for that the Clausius inequality should be less than zero. In the option the cyclic integral sign is not there. Also as the process is irreversible hence entropy change will be positive as there is no entropy transfer due to heat.
Rubina Khan
a year ago
yes sir according to clausius inequality this is correct but this question comes in my mind that why dQ/T is not equal to zero bcs there is no heat transfer
You go through the lesson on Clausius inequality again and tell me your conclusion.
Rubina Khan
a year ago
according to clausius cyclic integral of dQ/T will be less than or equal to zero for all the proceses.for reversible it will be zero and less than zero for irreversible. so whatever the process is.. if it is irrversible than it will get inequality.
This is the thing.
Bhaskar Halder
a year ago
sir entropy transfer is zero due to adiabatic condition.. and entropy due to irreversiblity is positive... so option A should be coreect.
Option A should be correct. Clausius inequality is for cyclic processes. The given process is not cyclic but a state change. So, Clausius inequality will not be valid because start point is not equal to end point.
Good Morning to all! You can post your queries related to any topic discussed in this video, here.
Neha A.
2 years ago
Sir where is part 2 .....i am unable to find ....
2:17 - Durust-ly XD Love you Jatin sir.
is making notes of daily news paper is important. Due to lack of time as i am a working professional i prefer daily analysis for preparing cse-2018. Please suggest is it better or not.
sir how to utilize your video in preparation ..need to read hindu after watchin anylisis or only video is sufficient
  1. 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


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  4. 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


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  6. 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.


  7. 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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