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9th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
VIT University graduate with Mechanical , Appeared in UPSC Mains with Geography Optional . 4+ yr. Teaching Experience

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Swasti Nagar
a year ago
Can you explain the editorial of Hindu on GST. It was way too complicated to understand. "Going by the number" - this one
sir please, speak slowly when u just teach us.
sir please explain that article on GST.

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  4. OPED 9 forming the civil services the DNA Bill Reforming the civil services The lateral entry scheme has the potential to bring fresh talent to the bureaucracy S. UBHODEEP

  5. Evidently, terms like "professionalism", "specialisation", and "technical expertise" are often used vaguely and inter-changeably Doesn't an IAS officer, after years of experience at the field level, become an expert in public systems? Can the expertise of a doctor or an engineer be of the same nature as that of a policeman or an auditor? Admittedly, concerted efforts should be made to help IAS officers, after their first decade of "immersion" in districts, acquire specialisation in broad sectors like social, infrastructure and financial, based on their qualification, aptitude and preference. UBHODEEP

  6. Specialists like engineers, doctors, agricultural scientists, lawyers have always had a substantial say in the decision-making process as also in its implementation Lateral entry at the level of Secretary has met with some success. Besides, Secretaries to the Departments of Atomic Energy, Science & Technology, Scientific and Industrial Research, Health Research, and Agricultural Research have always been scientists of eminence. Similarly, in departments like the Railways, Posts, etc, all senior positions are manned by Indian Railway or Postal Service officers. Therefore, there is nothing very original in the new initiative to allow entry at the level of Joint Secretary. UBHODEEP

  7. Need there should be provisions to induct them permanently in the government, with approval of the UPSC, and consider them for higher postings. The government should have the best people at the helm of affairs UBHODEEP

  8. OPED 9 Reforming the civil services the DNA Bll Decoding the DNA Bill Important safeguards are needed S. UBHODEEP

  9. Although DNA can be an important tool here, it is important that there are safeguards to protect human rights and prevent miscarriages of justice. Further, creating large databases is often not a cost-effective way to solve more crimes, and limited resources must be targeted effectively First, using DNA effectively during criminal investigations requires proper crime scene examination, trained and reliable policing, a trusted chain of custody of samples, reliable analysis, and proper use of expert evidence in court. UBHODEEP

  10. The Home Ministry circulated a set of guidelines to States in July on how to search crime scenes and collect, store and transport DNA samples in criminal cases However, it is not yet clear whether these guidelines will be effective. Consideration should be given to an independent forensic science regulator. There is also a need for elimination databases for police, crime scene examiners and laboratory workers, whose DNA may contaminate the evidence they touch UBHODEEP

  11. Provisions allowing the use of these databases for civil cases, for example to test paternity, should be deleted from the Bill More detail is also needed to specify that volunteers must be fully informed about future storage and uses of their genetic information before they give consent. their DNA profiles aded to the datanase ih The Bill allows two categories of persons to have their DNA collected without consent and their DNA profiles added to the database. These are persons suspected of any offence, where an order is made by a magistrate, and persons suspected of more serious offences, where an order from a magistrate is not required g S. UBHODEEP