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9th April 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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Jatin Verma
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The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an intergovernmental organization that promotes policies to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
Anamika (Angel)
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date plz
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1989, France
Anamika (Angel)
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FATF - founded in 1989 Initiative: G7 countries HQ: Paris, France Objective: to develop policies to combat "Money Laundering" In 2001, it also included to combat Terrorism Financing.
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  3. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the bas<e Page 1: Non-bailable warrants issued against Nirav, Choksi Page 1: The worst is over for PNB, says its chief y has ph reve Page 1: Pak. plans to Permanently ban JuD Page 12 World News: Pakistan preparing terrorist database Page 5 South News: CAG raps State on 'wasteful expenditure' in local bodies Page 5 South News: Justice delayed for Kerala's victims of sexual abuse Page 7 Nation News: Indians averse to adopting children with special needs Page 10 News: China objects to India's 'transgression' Page 11 News: Oli seeks farm expertise for Nepal ape an hink h fferent et two bo a pu Ivi rk and t stay have

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  5. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: The worst is over for PNB, says its chief PNB will come out of the mess created by the Nirav Modi fraud case in six months. Sunil Mehta, PNB MD said: phe . The bank has received tremendous support from the government, other stakeholders he and employees to come out of the situation. y hav reve laye Emphasised on the long legacy and strength of the bank and said, "It is a 123-year-old institution which was founded during the Swadeshi movement by Lala Lajpat Rai. This institution has 7,000 branches spread through the length and breadth of the country. So a fraud of this nature could not shake customer confidence". Even during trying times, the bank's business has grown in line with the industry hink h causeb ferent a pu OLIse Credit has witnessed a growth rate of about 10%. With regard to deposits, the bank has recorded a growth of 6.2% Employees have done the extra hard work to attend to the customers properly. The customers' confidence was not lost. Now, PNB is in the bounce-back mode. rk and t stay is ch arded that

  6. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: The worst is over for PNB, says its chief (contd.) . It was a standalone incident in 1 of its 7.000 branches because of connivance with some of the staff of the branch. y hav hPNB has improved every system/process with more emphasis on offline monitoring. he g Credit Process Reforms reve . The bank will reform its credit processes by dividing it into four verticals, sourcing, processing, monitoring and recovery as separate compartments to mitigate risk. hink h causeb ferent Besides, the bank has launched 'Mission Parivartan' to realign all business processes . PNB is going to strengthened its back office and expand its to cover 100% activities alu" PNB has started integrating SWIFT with the core banking solution. et t to meet new requirements. in forex-related areas. r and t stay Besides physical audit, the bank is creating a separate cell which will do offsite, leksa monitoring of all exceptional transaction reports is ch that

  7. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 1: The worst is over for PNB, says its chief (contd.) To implead in U.S. case The PNB has hired lawyers to represent it in the bankruptcy proceedings of the U.S.- het y hav based Firestar Diamond, a group company of billionaire diamond merchant Nirav The authorities have been requested to make the bank, a party in the insolvency . The U.S. Trustee Program oversees the administration of bankruptcy cases in the pho he g laye reve odi proceedings. hink h ferent et t United States. a pu OLIse rk and t stay is ch

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  10. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 Page 12 World News: Pakistan preparing terrorist database (contd. 3 The government would also work on the ATA's freezing and seizure rules and ensure that Anti-Terrorism Amendment Ordinance 2018 is enacted through the Parliament, according to the draft action plain Saeed, who has been declared a global terrorist by the UN, has challenged the JuD ban in Islamabad High Court and Lahore High Court He claims that these steps were taken under pressure from the U.S. and India. . Saeed was under detention for about 9 months last year but released by Lahore High 4 Court after the government failed to bring specific charges. The JuD is believed to be a front organisation of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, which was a pu responsible for the Mumbai attacks of 2008.

  11. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 5 South News: Justice delaved for Kerala's victims of sexual abuse Over 5,000 child victims of sexual offences await justice in Kerala with their cases ending in various courts. y hav According to official data, as of January 31, 2018, 5,376 cases under the POCSO Act, e pending in courts in Kerala. Most cases take around 2 years to be disposed of. reve laye Pending cases: Thiruvananthapuram - (779 cases), Thrissur (595 cases) Manjeri (529 cases) Kollam court (419 cases) Palakkad (410 cases) Kottayam (390 cases) Pathanamthitta (216 cases) hink h causeb ferent et t a pu OLIse r and t stay A three-member Bench of the SC, had recently asked the Registrars General of all High Courts to provide the district-wise pendency of such cases. leksa is ch

  12. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Factors that delav iustice to the child victims: The absence of exclusive courts to try the cases Delay in getting forensic reports. Currently, the special courts for trying offences against women and children double up as POCSO courts in the State. y hav reve he g POCSO Act laye It prescribes that evidence from the child shall be recorded within 30 days of the court taking cognizance of the offence. . It suggests that the trial should be completed within 1 year of the court taking ferent cognizance of the offence. et t However, the two time frames set by the Act are often breached, sources said. . The delay in obtaining expert reports from forensic labs, and the large number ofa witnesses to be examined in the cases often defeat the time limits set by the Act. rk and t stay In most cases, around 25 witnesses will have to be examined. The labs take at least two years to provide the reports. Sources in the higher judiciary said there had been an increase in the number of reported POCSO cases in the State. leksa is ch that

  13. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 5 South News: 4 Kingfisher species sighted in Krishna Sanctua At least four kingfisher species are thriving in the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh, adding beauty to the precious eco-region in India y hav ph The species have been identified as: White-throated kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis), [ii]Pied kingfisher (Ceryle rudis), [iii]Black-capped kingfisher (Halcyon pileate) and [iv]the Common kingfisher. In India, it is learnt that 12 species can be sighted. The four sighted in the sanctuary are 'wetland dependents'. The wetland ecosystem is the prime attraction for them The IUCN conservation status of the four species is least concern". reve laye hink h causeb ferent . et t a pu .The birds are thriving as the sanctuary is an ideal habitation for prey. The hunting of the fishS by them in the serene backwaters surrounded by the lush green mangrove cover is a moment to capture and witness. ch arded that

  14. want teo he starting Juvenile Justice(Care & Protection) Act, 2015 The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 came into force from January 2016 & repealed the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, It provides for strengthened provisions for both children in need of care and protection and children in conflict with law Salient Features of the Act: he [i] Change in nomenclature from 'juvenile' to 'child' or 'child in conflict with law' re across the Act to remove the negative connotation associated with the word "juvenile" [i] Inclusion of several new definitions such as orphaned, abandoned and surrendered e ar children; and petty, serious and heinous offences committed by children; [iijClarity in powers, function and responsibilities of Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) and k h use rent Child Welfare Committee (CWC); [iv]Clear timelines for inquiry by Juvenile Justice Board (JJB); [V]Special provisions for heinous offences committed by children above the age of sixteen year; [vi] Separate new chapter on Adoption to streamline adoption of orphan, abandoned and pur ock e stay surrendered children; Ivi Inclusion of new offences committed against children; and mandatory registration of Child Care Institutions. frs

  15. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th The EC Secretariat is also examining the notification to determine whether all the concerns raised by the Election Commission have been addressed .The Election Commission had earlier told a parliamentary committee that the introduction of electoral bonds would be a retrograde measure in the effort to make political funding transparent. It had submitted that the changes made to the election laws for the bonds could compromise transparency. The amendment to Section 29C of the Representation of the People Act has made it no longer mandatory for the parties to report the details of donations received through the bonds. Furthermore, it is not clear at this stage how the details of the bonds will be shared with the Election Commission. However, the issuing bank has their money trails. These bonds, which do not carry the names of the donors, remain valid for 15 days y hav reve. he p . hink h causeb ferent et t a pu .Note: An electoral bond can be purchased by any citizen of India or a body OLIse incorporated in India The bonds will not carry the name of the payee and will be valid only for 15 days during which it can be used to make a donation only to certain political parties. r and t stay . is arded

  16. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 but th Page 10 News: China objects to India's 'transgression' (contd. India's Stand: ,: . India said that the area in the upper Subansiri region of Arunachal Pradesh belongs to aIndia and it has regularly been carrying out patrols there y hav There were several instances of Chinese intrusions in the area which had been taken up seriously by the Indian side in the past. India said its troops were aware of the alignment of the LAC and the Army would continue to carry out patrols up to the LAC, the de facto border. reve hink h causeb Indian and ( hinese troops hold BPM to resolve issues triggering tensions along the border. et t a pu rk and t stay ch

  17. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 Page 11 News In BRIEF: 515 IPS officers fail to declare asset details IGSM-2 Polity & Governance: Probity in Administration; GSM-4: Ethics & Integrity] Over 500 IPS officers, including DGPs and IGPs, have failed to file property details for 2016, and this may lead to denial of promotion and cancellation of vigilance clearance. .Under the All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1968, all IPS officers are required to file reve immoveable property returns in a prescribed format by January 31 every year. 3 However, as on March 31, 2017, 3,390 IPS officers had filed IPR, of the total of 3,905 IPS officers, said an official of the Union Home Ministry. laye leksa

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  19. want to be startin anses hoiag 2 Article 275. Grants from the Union to certain States (1) Such sums as Parliament may by law provide shall be charged on the Consolidated Fund of India in each year as grants in aid of the revenues of such States as Parliament may determine to be in need of assistance, and different sums may be fixed for different States: .Provided that there shall be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of India as grants in aid of the revenues of a State such capital and recurring sums as may be necessary to enable that State to meet the costs of such schemes of development as may be undertaken by the State with the approval of the Scheduled Tribes in that State or raising the level of administration of the Scheduled Areas he lay therein to that of the administration of the rest of the areas of that State. at Until provision is made by Parliament under clause (1), the powers conferred on Parliament under that clause shall be exercisable by the President by order and any order made by the President Provided that after a Finance Commission has been constituted no order shall be made under this .Takeaway: Article 275 is to be read in conjunction with Article 280. FC decides the under this clause shall have effect subject to any provision so made by Parliament: clause by the President except after considering the recommendations of the Finance Commission principles to be followed in allocating grant-in-aid of the revenues of the States. as per Art 280(3)(b)