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7th March 2019
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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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  4. want fo be start but th MCOs FOR 7TH MARCH, 2019 1) Consider the following statement regarding Official Secrets Act 1. It was enacted by the British government in India. ph reve 2. It prohibits publication of secret official information Which of the statements given above is/are correct? a) only b) 2 only ink h cause ferent c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor 2 pu kand stay

  5. want fo be start but th 2) Who among the following is/are beneficiaries of Integrated Child Development Scheme? 1. Pregnant women 2. Lactating women 3. Children up to 12 years ph reve Select the correct answer using the code given below a) only b) 1 and 2 only c) 2 and 3 only ink h cause ferent d) 1 2 and 3 pu kand stay

  6. want fo be start but th Consider the following statements 1. Import of plastic by special Economic Zones and Export Oriented Units (EOU) is prohibited in India. 2. Also defective electronic components manufactured and exported from India can be reve brought back to the country within a year of export without the permission of the he Environment Ministry Which of the statements given above is are correct? a) only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor 2 ink h cause ferent pu kand stay

  7. want fo be start but th 4) Bilateral Trade and Investment Agreement (BTIA) is related to a) India and United Kingdom b) India and Italy c) India and European Union ph reve d) India and France 5) Consider the following statements regarding draft e-commerce policy 1. It intends to set up legal and technological framework for restrictions on cross-border data cause ferent flow, 2. It has been formulated by Department of Commerce, Which of the statements given above is/are correct? a) only pu kand stay b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor 2

  8. want fo be start but th Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base 1. Page 1: Secret papers on Rafale deal stolen: govt ve 2. Page 7: Ministry plugs loophole that allowed plastic waste import ph rev 3. 4. 5. Page 7: ISRO, French agency seal agreement on maritime security Page 7: Poorest of poor and uneducated women left behind in ICDS Page 12: Immigration from India is unpopular in U.K.: study ink h cause ferent 6. Page 12: China steps up diplomacy to ease India-Pakistan tensions 7. Page 13: Draft e-com policy: more time sought for comments pu kand stay

  9. want fo be start but th Page 13: Draft e-com policv: more time sought for comments Some stakeholders from the online trading sectors are seeking time beyond March 9 to provide their comments and suggestions on the draft national e-commerce policy, an official said eeThe government has released the draft proposing setting up of a legal and technological he framework for restrictions on cross-border data flow and also laid out conditions for businesses regarding collection or processing of sensitive data locally and storing it abroad. The draft was formulated by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) ink h cause ferent It seeks to provide for consideration and discussion, a policy framework that will enable the Draft e-commerce policv . Companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Google that generate user data through country to benefit from rapid digitisation of the domestic, as well as global economy. PLI kand stay ecommerce platforms, social media and search engines have to store data exclusively in India.

  10. want fo be start but th Government to have access to data stored in India for national security and public policy subject to privacy and consent rules. Government to incentivise domestic data storage in India, provide data infrastructure, make domestic data storage economically attractive. Limited inventory-based B2C model for online sale of locally produced goods to be allowed, as long as cen . he H Made in India' products are sold on the platform The founder or promoter is a resident Indian The company is controlled by Indian management and foreign equity does not exceed . cause ferent . 49% Government to help ecommerce enterprises raise funds locally and incentivise investment by ux large Indian companies in startups Move to empower the Indian ecommerce entrepreneur by allowing founders to have control over their ecommerce companies despite having small shareholding. kand stay

  11. want fo be start but th Support for MSMEs Establishing an ecommerce retail platform (in public-private partnership mode) exclusively for MSME vendors and suppliers. Implementing pilot initiatives for online sale of products from small industry clusters such as Moradabad, Ludhiana, Aurangabad and Meerut. Reexamining the Tax Credited at Source (TCS) provisions in GST which impose additional burden on SMEs rev leg . S. Regulation of a sector A single legislation will address all aspects of the ecommerce industry A single regulator would be set up to consider issues such as FDI implementation issues consumer protection issues among others. More scrutiny ofmergers and acquisitions that may 'distort competition'. Competition Commission of India will examine entry barriers and anti-competitive practices onitoring of payments A centralised agency for KYC data to be set up reduce the KYC cost for individual operators and burden on the consumer. ASocial Credit Database set up through PPP to facilitate digital lending.f,j cause ferent PLI kand stay

  12. want fo be start but th Page 1: Secret papers on Rafale deal stolen: govt. Attorney General submitted in Supreme Court that the documents published in 'The Hindu' newspaper were sensitive documents stolen from the Ministry of Defence. He also said that the government had not wanted it disclosed for the sake of national security phe rend that it was planning to take 'criminal action' under Official Secrets Act. e.What is Official Secrets Act? Official Secrets Act, 1923 was enacted by the British during the colonial rule. It states clearly that actions which involve helping an enemy state against India are . It also states that one cannot approach, inspect, or even pass over a prohibited government . In any proceedings against the person for an offence under this act, the fact that he has been India or outside India is relevant and enough to necessary at prosecution. strongly condemned. ink h cause ferent site or area. PLI stay in communication with or attempted to communicate with a foreign agent whether within

  13. This argument was drawn from the S 8(2) of RTI Act where it is stated that notwithstanding anything in Official Secrets Act, 1923, nor any exemptions permissible in accordance with sub section (1), a public authority may allow access to information, if public interest in disclosure outweighs the harm to the protected interests. The RTI Act, 2005, clearly states that in case of a clash with Official Secrets Act, public interest will prevail. The Second Administrative Reforms Commission had submitted in its report- 'Right to Information: Master Key to Good Governance' - that Official Secrets Act should be repealed. . it th re he . . But the then government had rejected the recommendation saying it was the only law that dealt with espionage, wrongful possession and communication ofsensitive information detrimental to the security of the state, Issue with OSA Under Clause 6 of the Official Secrets Act, information from any government office is considered official information. Hence, it can be used to override RTI requests. This particular class has attracted a lot of criticism but still continues to be a part of the legislation and this point might be used by the government to argue against the petitioners. . . stay es that IP

  14. start anel Life in plastic A look at the production and consumption in India Big importer India is the 10th largest importer of plastic scrap after China and Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Germany, the U.S., Belgium, Malaysia, Canada, Austria and Taiwan reve 0 Huge growth India produces 25,940waste collection centre near Chandigarh. tonnes of plastic every day, of which only 15,564 tonnes is collected Rising threat: A worker sifting through used PET bottles at a AKHILESH KUMAR pu Massive use Waste generation Solid waste generation per capita India's annual plastic consumption is expected to rise from 12 million tonnes to 20 million tonnes by 2020, according to FICCI varies from 0.17 kg/ . The plastic processing industry recorded a compounded annual growth rate of 10% between 2010 and 2015 global average of 28 kg person/day in small towns to roughly 0.62 kg/person/day in big cities - The average per capita consumption of plastic in India is about 11 kg against the Image Credit: The Hind

  15. want fo be start it th Page 7: Poorest of poor and uneducated women left behind in ICDS. [GSM-1:Social Issues] Anganwadi services have a poor reach among key beneficiaries - the poorest of the poor and uneducated mothers - according to a paper published in a WHO bulletin recently. What is the ICDS scheme? The government's Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) provides a package of six services at anganwadi or child-care centres . Beneficiaries: Children in the age group of 0-6 years, Pregnant women and Lactating mothers The services include . Supplementary Nutrition Pre-school non-formal education Nutrition & health education stay . Immunization Health check-up and Referral services .

  16. want fo be start but th The study analyses the findings of the National Family Health Survey 2005-2006 and 2015- 2016 to compare the coverage of ICDS over a 10-year period. Findings of the study During this time, the average respondents benefiting from these services increased from 9.6% to 37.9% for supplementary food, 3.290 to 21%for health and nutrition education. 4.5% to 28% for health check-ups and 10.4% to 24.2% for child-specific services over a period of 10 years. At the same time, the poorest of the poor or quintile 1, who were the largest beneficiaries in 2006, got left behind quintile 2 and quintile 3 by 2016 for all four indicators such as supplementary food, counselling on nutrition, health check-ups and early childhood services. For example, supply of food supplements in 2006 was the highest for the poorest quintile (11 .7%). However, by 2016, they accounted for 34.8% ofthe respondents, behind quintile 2 (41.7%), 3 (45.5%) and 4 (39.7%) Mothers without any schooling were the lowest beneficiaries as compared to those with primary and secondary schooling in 2006, and they continued to be so in 2016 heg . cause ferent PLI kand stay

  17. want fo be start but th Page 12: Immigration from India is unpopularin U.K.: stud A polling carried out on behalf of the Henry Jackson Society, a neo-Conservative think tank found that y ha Britons don't want higher levels of immigration from India and many other non-EU countries even if it comes at the price of not securing a free trade agreement. ree . Only higher levels of immigration from the U.S., Canada and Australia would be tolerated in exchange for trade arrangements. The same applies to a range of countries from South Africa, to China to Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Turkey, Russia, Japan and Saudi Arabia as well as to the EU and individual member states such as France, Germany and Italy The research points to one of the tensions at the heart of Brexit: while the British government pushes its vision of a "global" Britain, reaching out beyond Europe, with public opinion stacked against immigration from beyond the EU as well as from within it, the government could struggle to reach deals to boost trade with these nations. ink h cause ferent . PLI kand stay

  18. want fo be start but th Trading priorities Critics of the government's approach to Brexit have long questioned its ability to forge trade deals with non-EU countries as it attempts to revamp its trading priorities following Brexit. . While a trade deal with India has been repeatedly touted by the U.K. government, India has rewe highlighted its concerns around Britain's immigration policy, particularly towards students he and professionals. UK also has another ongoing debate on whether Britain in its effort to gain a trade deal with the U.S. should be willing to concede to lower standards when it came to things like food. : .While the government's immigration white paper had suggested that change was afoot, the cause ferent lngness of the British public to support these was yet to be tested. India-UK PLI Bilateral trade between Britain and India stands at USD 25 billion The bilateral trade between Britain and India was growing at 17 per cent per annum The balance of trade is in favour of Britain. The sectoral areas of bilateral trade between the two countries are technology, finance and renewable energy for which green finance was available kand stay