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8th May 2018 Part - 1: 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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m just start the preparation from Jan 2018 for 2019 so my score is 0-1 .
Nishith Maheshwari
7 months ago
read hindu daily...half mcq from there..other from various other topics
Aarzoo Khanam
7 months ago
And also revised some current fact
Harsha Reddy
7 months ago
make sure to read atlst 11 hrs in a day
i m preparing for the last one year my score is also 0...... v r on same page.. may be u r better.......;)
Jang Bahadar Singh
7 months ago
Don't study more than 6 hours excluding newspaper....
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sir lakin daily too aa nhi Raha roj to bnaao plz aur aur sare din bhi nhii h
Sir plz DNA continues rakhiye.. We know u hv ur own work also but still.. Becos we r depended on ur DNA.. Thnku soo much sir
hey guys i have uploaded a course based on 50 MCQs on sci and tech for prelims 2018
"HINDI ANALYSIS" is an awesome publicity stunt. thank you for just reading the text of "THE HINDU". So irregular, even you removed previous English analysis of may 2018, Why? Try to do the analysis as you did at your starting career in unacademy.
sir...please do in English.....that will be helpful for all...as we r from southern states...please sir
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  4. Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base tth Page 1: MPs move SC on impeachment plea Page 10 News:MPs move SC on impeachment plea Page 1: Karnataka can spare 4 tmc ft of water, says Tamil Nadu re Page 10 News: Karnataka can spare 4 tmc ft of water: T.N. Page 1: New norms for labelling food planned Page 2: Rajasthan institute comes up with new sheep insemination technique Page 2: Slum dwellers get land rights in Odisha Page 7 Nation: Separate NIA unit all set to probe funding pattern of Naxalites Page 7 Nation: India gets $200 million loan for nutrition mission Page 7 Nation: UGC's list of journals is full of errors Page 7 Nation: NHRC serves notice on Tamil Nadu, CBSE Page 7 Nation: IMD sounds storm warning lag nt ay ; Page 7 Nation: No religion breeds hatred: SC Page 10 News: An ex-CM is a commoner: SC


  5. Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base tth Page 10 News: New guidelines for labelling food planned Page 10 News: NAM needs new cause Page 13 Business: Rupee hits 15-month low; crosses 67/S r Page 13 Business: NPAs hit net; ICICI Bank rolls out new strategy Page 13 Business: Hot-money risks seen rising as India courts 'bond tourists' Page 14 Business: Flipkart deal unhealthy: CAIT lag nt ay


  6. want teo he starting Page 1: MPs move SC on impeachment plea .A five-judge Constitution Bench will hear a writ petition filed by Rajya Sabha members calling as eyewash" Vice-President's refusal to admit the motion for removal of Chief Justice of India on the grounds of abuse of power and forgery. The Bench is composed of Justices and four senior-most judges are not part of the Constitution Bench re The Bench is decided by the CJI in his administrative capacity as the master of the roster. The four senior-most judges may not have been included on the Bench because one of the charges in the motion is the CJI's 'abuse of authority' as the master of the roster. he. e ar The four judges had voiced their concern publicly about this issue. . The petition mentioned the motion was against CJI, who was presiding over the Bench in the n k h court next door at the time Under recent rules, mentioning can be done before the Judicial Registrar alone. Besides, a senior advocate cannot do it. tis that


  7. want teo he starting to Page 10 News:MPs move SC on impeachment plea it th The Bench appeared non-committal, saying it would "discuss" the issue and had asked the lawyers to "come back tomorrow." Why the petition has been filed before the Supreme Court? The MPs who are signatories to the removal motion, said it was "strange" that Vice President deemed it fit to consult legal luminaries and constitutional experts but did not think it "appropriate and fit to consult the judges of the Supreme Court of India, called this alone a "serious infirmity" in the decision. p he . The MPs, represented by advocate alleged that the Rajya Sabha Chairman acted in a "cavalier" manner by refusing to admit the notice of motion signed by over 50 MPs. .Another Bench adjourned a petition for contempt against Congress MPs for defaming the CJI and the Supreme Court by discussing their removal motion in public. The judge observed that Rajya Sabha rules did not permit such public statements. The court has scheduled the case for hearing in July. ent .The petition said VP acted like a guasi-iudicial authority, assuming the mantle of the inquiry committee and dismissing the motion on merits .Two MPs alleged that VP acted in a manner "ex facie illegal, arbitrary and violative of Article 14 .The impugned order is in the teeth of the constitutional mandate of Article 124(4) and 1245)and the and provisions of the Judges Inquiry Act None of the reasons given by the Chairman in the order carry any weight or are legally tenable. .It deserves to be set aside for being wholly extraneous and ultra vires to the provisions of the Constitution of India and the Inquiry Act


  8. it th Page 1: Karnataka can spare 4 tmc ft of water, says Tamil Nadu . A day before the Supreme Court is to hear the Cauvery dispute case, Tamil Nadu, said Karnataka could "easily spare" 4 tmcft of water for the month of May Karnataka filed a counter, saying it had already released 116.697 tmc ft to Tamil Nadu at the inter- State Bilingundlu border, despite this being the third consecutive year of distress. r It said Tamil Nadu had already received an excess of 16.66 tmcft he. Water has been released as per the measurements of the Central Water Commission. Centre's stand: The Centre argued in an affidavit that Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry were not on the same page as regards the formation of the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) e an ent .It referred to a letter written by the Karnataka Chief Minister against the constitution of the CMB. LI .The Centre has sought 10 days' time to add the "finishing touch" to its draft scheme and get the ind stay Cabinet's nod.


  9. want teo he starting Page 10 News: Karnataka can spare 4 tmc ft of water: T.N In its application, Tamil Nadu said Karnataka has 19.834 TMC ft. of water as on May 4 in its four at thh reservoirs. The effective storage is 9.834 TMC ft. The storage in Mettur Dam is 9.502 TMC ft when the utilisable storage being only 4.502 TMC ft. .Centre's counsel said this affidavit would be handed over to a Bench led by Chief Justice of India *i Dipak Misra during the hearing scheduled. re he Immediate release Karnataka is in a better position and can easily spare the 4 TMC ft. as observed by the Supreme Court, even after meeting the requirement of drinking water supply for one month i.e. May, 2018* viz. 1.6 TMC ft. e ar k h ent .Tamil Nadu asked the court to "direct Karnataka to make good the shortfalls and release 4 TMC ft. of water forthwith". Karnataka countered that 2017-18 was a "distress year in Cauvery basin and that too for the third ur time on a consecutive basis". It added that Tamil Nadu's share at the end of April 2018 at the inter- State border works out to 100.04 tmc feet Tamil Nadu said the Centre is "duty bound" to implement the orders passed by the Supreme Court on February 2018 to frame the Cauvery scheme to provide for the Cauvery Management Board and the Cauvery Water Regulation Committee. tis en thec


  10. ant eNto shar ing games.he ng Page 1: New norms for labelling food planned at thh All packaged food with atleast 5% content from genetically engineered sources need to be labeled SO. Moreover, foods that exceed norms of sugar and fat will need to carry 'red' and 'green' labels specifying the extent to which they do so, according to draft regulations from the Food Safety and re Stards Authority of India (FSSAI) he.This is the first time the Centre has laid down norms for labelling genetically modified food. .This isn't the final draft. There will be one more version and that will again be reviewed for 30 days e ar k h ent tis that


  11. want teo he starting Page 2: Rajasthan institute comes up with new sheep insemination technique at thh Scientists at the Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute (CSWRI), Avikanagar, have come up with a new laparascope-assisted insemination technique for sheep, which has resolved the difficulties involved in freezing of semen and inability to transit the tortuous reproductive tract of the ruminant mammals kept as livestock. reThe minor invasive laparascopic technique involves passing a rigid fibre-optic laparoscope into the heabdomen through a small incision. The reproductive tract is located through camera and the frozen semen is deposited into the uterus. The success with frozen semen in the sheep was earlier very low because of its poor freezability. complications The new technique would help achieve up to 60% survival in the birth of lambs and would have an .The complete operation takes about five minutes for each animal with the near-total absence of any k h ent O High survival rate . un immense potential for rapid multiplication of elite germplasm . As many as 40 females can be inseminated from a single ejaculate using the technique . It would be of great help in the breed improvement programmes stay tis


  12. aned to sho the Page 2: Slum dwellers get land rights in Odisha at thh The Odisha government on Monday started distribution of pattas (land ownership certificates) to urban slum dwellers at a function in Ganjam district The project, 'Odisha Liveable Habitat Mission', will benefit over one million people residing in 2,500 urban slums across the State. Chief Minister inaugurated the logo of the project at the function where pattas were distributed to he 2,000 households of Ganjam and Puri districts. Apart from land rights, the beneficiaries will also get basic amenities. Choose from continuing the practices of evictions and treating slum dwellers as encroachers or recognising their immense contribution to the life of the city and providing them land rights. We chose the second option. . k h ent tis that


  13. want teo he starting Tracking money at thh The LWE movement in the country is financed through a large network of dubious activities, which include illegal levy collected from private contractors including those involved in execution of government works and schemes, mining contractors, transporters and owners of small and medium industries. Funds are said to be garnered through collections from illegal stone crushing and distribution of Maoist ideology papers. he .Investigations have revealed that one member of Bihar-Jharkhand special area committee of the CPI (Maoist) paid 22 lakh towards admission fee of his niece in a private medical college last year. Another member of the CPI (Maoist), gave 15 lakh for exchange during the demonetisation. The Enforcement Directorate has registered cases under the Money Laundering Act, and attached properties worth 1.5 crore and seized 2.45 crore cash. e ar k h ent tis that


  14. want teo he starting Page 7 Nation: UGC's list of journals is full of errors at thh The ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) of many journals listed among those recently removed from the University Grants Commission's list of approved journals does not match the actual ISSN of the stated journals, as verified from the ISSN database The ISSN is an eight-digit, international standardised code that identifies all serials, journals, remagazines, periodicals, irrespective of their medium (print or electronic) heThe ISSN's role is to identify a publication Apart from the criticism that the list has removed some prestigious journals as approved UGC journals, the instances of factual errors hit the credibility of the list itself. e ar k h ent Not a match .For instance, 1680743X, the stated ISSN of an entry 'Journal of Data Science, Columbia University', as per the UGC's list, turned out to be that of the Journal of Data Science (online), Taiwan, when checked at the ISSN database Similarly, Chartered accountant: Journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, which has the ISSN 0009-188X, is shown on the removed list as having the ISSN 0009188X The list has two entries for the NCERT journal Indian Educational Review (online). One shows the . . ISSN as 0019561X and the other 0972561X The journal's ISSN as per its website, and the ISSN database, is 0972561X, while the other number shows no results on the ISSN database tis heToitinal of he Oxfordentfot Budldhisf Studies 1Iniversity of Ox ford also has two enties on


  15. want teo he starting Page 7 Nation: No religion breeds hatred: SC . There is a constitutional obligation to preserve the religious practices of all religions and culture, at thh said the SC There is a duty to do everything required to preserve historical monuments/deities. The judgment was pronounced on the basis of a petition highlighting the "erosion" of the P Mahakaleshwar Linga. he.The petition said the "idol of Lord Shiva in the form of Lingam is in danger and it has deteriorated as such notice was issued to ensure its preservation" . The SC judgment said that the "Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlingam has so much importance for spiritual * e ar k h ent and other gains" Constitutional dut There is "a constitutional duty to protect it" and "a fundamental duty under Article 51A to preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture". The State is duty bound to spend the amount so that not only the archaeological, historical and ancient monuments are preserved but sanctum sanctorum, as well as the deity, otherwise no useful purpose would be served by spending so much amount on Simhastha/ Kumbh Melas. The Supreme Court observed that there was "a pious purpose of all the religious activities, no religion breeds hatred". tis that


  16. want teo he starting Page 10 News: An ex-CM is a commoner: SC at thh A former Chief Minister is only a commoner and not a "special class of citizen" who can enjoy privileges, perks and official bungalows at the taxpayers' expense for his entire lifetime, ruled by the Supreme Court. The verdict, came on a petition filed by NGO Lok Prahari against a law enacted by the U.P. eAssembly which allows former CMs to retain official bungalows and staff for the rest of their lives. he. The state government, in its written submissions, had said that a "former Chief Minister" wasa "class in itself" In a scathing judgment, the court observed that the Constitution recognises only "one single class of citizens with one singular voice (vote)." The exceptions to this rule are only for the protection of backward classes, women, children, SC/ST, and minorities. e ar k h ent .A special class of citizens is abhorrent to the constitutional ethos. Covers all States . The court had expanded the petition to cover all the other States. Natural resources, public lands and the public goods like government bungalows/official residence are public property that belongs to the people of the country The Doctrine of Equality which emerges from the concepts of justice, fairness must guide the State in the distribution/allocation of the same. tis


  17. want teo he starting Page 10 News: An ex-CM is a commoner: SC(contd. The court observed that "the Chief Minister, once he/she demits the office, is on a par with the at thh common citizen, though by virtue of the office held, he/she may be entitled to security and other protocols. But allotment of government bungalow, to be occupied during his/her lifetime, would not be guided by the constitutional principle of equality. Staes like Tamil Nadu have no provision for providing official accommodation to former Chief he Ministers. However, States like Bihar and Assam have included the provision through executive nstructions. The bungalows constitute public property which by itself is scarce and meant for use of current e ar k h ent holders of public offices It observed that it was necessary that public servants must act in a manner which reflected that "ultimate authority is vested in the citizens" and they were eventually accountable to the people. .The petition filed by the NGO had challenged the constitutional validity of the Uttar Pradesh Ministers (Salaries and Allowances and Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Act of 2016 and the Allotment of Houses under Control of the Estate Department of 2016 The NGO had sought action against the State authorities for acting in contempt of a Supreme Court verdict in August 2016, directing them to ensure that the former Chief Ministers vacate the bungalows. tis


  18. want teo he starting Page 10 News: NAM needs new cause at thh India and Serbia are celebrating their 70th year of cooperation. While ties are old, but they are not very deep at present. Long-standing mutual relations, but it is not as well developed as in the past. Two countries need, to have political consultations at the highest level and support each other at the . re rnational level and also to seek other areas of cooperation like in the areas of economy, heeducation, medicine, film industry, and in the field of defence. Serbia by size is not a large country; by population it is smaller than New Delhi. In Belgrade, Indian leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, and Indira Gandhi are remembered well, * and have streets named after them Tito and Nehru were the founding members of the Non Aligned Movement that was launched in Belgrade. * e ar k h Non Aligned movement toda .Today Serbia is the successor to Yugoslavia, but they have lost a lot of time, the deaths of so many . Some, primarily Western countries, weren't satisfied even then, and pushed for the declaration of As a result, Serbia has been compelled to focus on its domestic problems, not its foreign policy. people. Kosovo, a province of Serbia as an independent country tis


  19. want teo he starting As for NAM, its membership still forms a big bloc in the United Nations, but because of the fall of at thh the Soviet bloc and the rise of a unipolar world, it too has lost its way. Today, NAM needs a new cause, and big leaders like we had in the past of Nehru, Nasser and Tito to revive it. Serbia-India PThe image of Serbia in India is, as most remember the war and war crimes, mass graves in the he former Yugoslavia. Serbia has abolished visa requirements for Indians, unilaterally (along with visas for China, Turkey, Iran, Indonesia and other countries we have historical ties with) India-Serbia trade is very low at about $160 million. Serbia is a bridge between the east and the west, is on the road to joining the European Union and they have free trade agreements with many European countries. Goods manufactured in Serbia can be sent without customs duties to many countries and so we encourage Indian companies to take advantage of this e ar k h ent tis that


  20. want teo he starting The equity markets, however, climbed, led by gains in select stocks from the banking and metal sector, the benchmark Sensex gained 292.76 points or 0.84% on Monday to close at 35,208. 14. The 30-share pack saw 23 stocks gaining ground as against seven declines . Stocks such as Axis Bank, Tata Steel, ICICI Bank, State Bank of India, Reliance Industries and ONGC were among the top gainers in the Sensex. The overall market breadth was also slightly re posive with more than 1,400 stocks gaining ground as against 1,272 declines. The broader Nifty of the National Stock Exchange settled the day at 10,715.50, rising 97.25 points or 0.92% The surge in the morning session was triggered by the 'surprise' announcement regarding open market operations by the Reserve Bank and later on, the rally was led by public sector banks, metals and media sectors with six sectors gaining more than 1% each he. ent tis that


  21. want teo he starting However, during the fourth quarter of FY2018], gross additions to NPA were elevated at 15,737- crore. The amount included about 9,968 crore of loans which were under the RBI scheme and which were classified as standard as on December 2017. The revised framework for stressed assets, issued in February 2018, had discontinued this scheme. The provision coverage ratio for NPAs was 60.5% compared with 53.6% a year earlier. " ." The target is to improve it to more than 70% by March 2020. eHaving a significant progress in derisking the balance sheet and the steps we had taken in the past few years are expected to impart stability to the balance sheet as the current cycle abates. They wants to increase operating profit and reduce credit costs. The bank's net interest income was 6,022 crore in the quartercompared with 5,962 crore, while net interest margin was 3.24% e ar k h ent Three anchors' The bank's new strategy going forward will be anchored around three key anchors- preserve, change and grow. tis that


  22. want teo he starting As far as preserve is concerned, it is neede to preserve robust funding franchise, and digital at thh leadership. So, their target going forward is to maintain the average Casa [current and savings account] ratio above 45% and proportion of retail to total deposits over 70%" On 'change', the bank had adopted a new strategy for corporate lending by setting up 'hard' limits to group exposure based on credit ratings and past track record. The share of retail loans will be increased to more than 60% by March 2020. For growth, the bank would aim for an overall loan growth of 15% of which 20% would be retail. re . he . e ar k h ent tis that


  23. want teo he starting Page 13 Business: Hot-money risks seen rising as India courts 'bond tourists' .A series of measures from the central bank to lure foreign buyers into the country's short-term debt market could easily backfire, investors fear, exposing the economy to volatile "hot money" flows. .The Reserve Bank of India lifted (RBI) a restriction limiting foreign investors to buying bonds with three years or more to maturity and also gave them access to short-term sovereign treasury bills. Rapid-fire switching The RBI's lifting of the maturity restriction came after government bonds tanked when sovereign la bond auctions failed to attract many buyers, followed by a spike in yields when surprisingly hawkish minutes of a monetary policy meeting raised fears of the RBI hiking interest rates. in and out of short-term debt by foreign traders. has been the worst performer in the region, high oil prices are driving up the curent account defici . The new rules have stoked fears of an influx of "bond tourists" and the associated rapid-fire switching .Such volatile flows could make India's financial markets more vulnerable at a time when the rupee and interest rates could soon rise on heightened inflation risks, investors said. volatility in the long run. The immediate reaction to the lifting of maturity curbs on overseas buyers was less than inspirational, It encourages more short term inflows and therefore exposes India to more hot money flows and .The RBI did not have an immediate response when asked to comment on the traders' remarks. with foreigners selling a net $240.92 million of bonds, a day after the RBI's announcement.


  24. want teo he starting Page 14 Business: Flipkart deal unhealthy: CAIT at thh The Confederation of All India Traders or CAIT has sought "immediate intervention" by the government in the proposed acquisition of Flipkart by U.S.-based Walmart, claiming that the deal would encourage predatory pricing and malpractices in the e-commerce sector. "Finalise policy In a letter to Commerce and Industry Minister, the industry body said that the deal should not be ieallowed till India finalises a policy for the e-commerce sector Since there is no policy or rule for e-commerce as of now, such deals will run contrary to the interests of India's retail trade, e-commerce business is already gripped with predatory pricing, loss e ar k h ent .The scenario after the Walmart-Flipkart deal will be worse than ever for both offline and online The deal would further create an uneven level-playing field, giving rise to unhealthy competition our .A regulatory authority should be set up for the sector and all deals should be approved by such an of funding traders where traders both online and offline would not be able to compete authority. tis that


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