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9th January, 2017: (Hindi) Editorial Analysis of The Hindu and other Newspapers
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Today's lesson covers the Editorials from The Hindu, Indian Express and Livemint. The topics discussed are- Aadhar based digital economy, India-Nepal relations, Indian diaspora, Green bonds, Lodha panel and cricket reforms

Deepanshu Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepanshu Singh
Faculty- Indian Polity and Current Affairs| UPSC CSE Reserve list 2015| Consultant-G.O.I. Loves Geography Teaching since 2015

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डब्ल्यूएचओ की ताजा रिपोर्ट से पता चला है कि वहाँ दुनिया में सबसे अधिक 20 प्रदूषित शहर की सूची में 10 शहर हैं। एक रिपोर्ट से पता चला है कि हर साल लगभग 627,000 भारतीय वायु प्रदूषण के कारण मौत हो जाती है। 2013 की विश्व बैंक की एक रिपोर्ट का कहना है कि केवल पर्यावरण के शोषण के कारण 5.7℅ सकल घरेलू उत्पाद की हानि। मेट्रो शहर में वायु प्रदूषण के खतरे से निपटने के लिए सबसे पहले हम अधिकतम manner.And में सार्वजनिक परिवहन का उपयोग करना चाहिए प्रत्येक नागरिक जागरूक लोगों कि environment.For उदाहरण एनसीआर, हरियाणा, पंजाब और पश्चिम के लिए सम्मान के साथ होश में नहीं हैं के लिए जिम्मेदारी है किसान अप प्रदूषण के बारे में जागरूकता नहीं है और वे बड़े पैमाने स्तर है कि राजधानी में गंभीर हालत में दिल्ली में वायु प्रदूषण के कारण Delhi.The 2 janleva (वियोज्य) यातायात है कारण हैं में पश्चिम कृषि जल रहे हैं। मुंबई और चन्नी में वायु प्रदूषण राजधानी दिल्ली के लिए सम्मान के साथ भी बुरा नहीं है। प्रदूषित हवा आगामी समुद्र ज्वार air.delhi सरकार की मदद से पार कई कदम शुरू की वायु प्रदूषण Delhi.odd में भी योजना them.delhi सरकार से एक था लेने के लिए गंभीर जगह है, जहां सबसे अधिक प्रदूषित हवा में उत्पादित कर रहे हैं में शुद्ध हवा मशीन स्थापित करने के लिए जा रहा है वाहन द्वारा। हमारे प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी हमेशा कहते हैं कि स्वच्छ भारत नहीं मिशन केवल government.it के एक मिशन India.IN के हर नागरिक के मिशन के लिए एक ही तरीके से पर्यावरण की सुरक्षा सरकार की जिम्मेदारी नहीं है किया जाएगा रचनात्मक जिम्मेदारी है केवल यह दुनिया के हर नागरिक की। example..every वाहन मालिकों के लिए जिम्मेदारी नियमित रूप से अपने वाहन बाहर की जाँच करने के लिए करना चाहिए। 2.garbage और पटाखे हर स्कूल burn.3 नहीं करना चाहिए बच्चों wrt पर्यावरण जानने के लिए जिम्मेदारी होनी चाहिए और ecology.every छात्रों उसकी locality.if में एक संयंत्र लगाया जाना चाहिए एक बच्चे awared तो निश्चित रूप से वह अवगत उसकी family.4 सरकार के लिए करना चाहता चाहिए कि वे जला किसान कृषि waste.govenment किसान पर निगरानी करने के लिए उपग्रह का उपयोग करना चाहिए पर जुर्माना वसूलते हैं। तो यह है कि स्थानीय प्रशासन उन किसान है कि वे Dewali हम धार्मिक पहलू से ऊपर सोचना चाहिए के अवसर पर कृषि waste.5 जला और crackers.6 का उपयोग नहीं करते पकड़ा। राष्ट्रीय परिवेशी वायु गुणवत्ता मानकों से पता चलता भारत के कई शहर हवा pollution.World स्वास्थ्य संगठन के बारे में गंभीर स्थिति तय किया है कि PM2.5 10 से अधिक सूक्ष्म घन मीटर नहीं होना चाहिए लेकिन दिल्ली में PM2.5 122 माइक्रो घन मीटर है कि 22 हैं डब्ल्यूएचओ मानक की तुलना में कई बार सर्वर। नेशनल ग्रीन ट्रिब्यूनल हमेशा Delhi.AND में वायु प्रदूषण के संबंध में संबंध है हमेशा दिल्ली, राष्ट्रीय राजधानी क्षेत्र में वायु प्रदूषण से निपटने के लिए दिल्ली सरकार को दिशा दिखाता है
Sir,thank you very much .very helpful and i really appreciate your hard work.
The recent report of WHO shown that there are 10 city in list of most 20 polluted city in the world. A report shown that every year approximately 627000 Indian is killed due to air pollution. World bank report of 2013 says that 5.7℅ GDP loss only due to exploitation of environment. To tackle the menace of air pollution in metro city firstly we should use public transport in maximum manner.And every citizen have the responsibility to aware the people that are not conscious with respect to environment.For example the NCR ,Haryana ,Punjab,and West up farmer have not awareness regarding pollution and they are burning agriculture west in mass level that are cause severe condition in capital city Delhi.The 2nd cause of air pollution in Delhi is janleva( detachable) traffic. The air pollution in Mumbai and Channi is not worse with respected to capital city delhi. polluted air surpass with the help of upcoming sea tidal air.delhi government initiated several step to take air pollution in Delhi.odd even plan was one of them.delhi government is going to install air purifier machine in severe place where most polluted air are produced by vehicle. Our pm narendra modi always says that clean India mission not a mission of only government.it will be the mission of the every citizen of India.IN THE SAME MANNER the security of environment is the not responsibility of government only .it is the constructive responsibility of every citizen of the world. For example..every vehicle owners should responsibility to check out his vehicle regularly. 2.garbage and crackers should not burn.3 every school should have responsibility to learn the children w.r.t environment and ecology.every students should planted a plant in his locality.if a child awared then definitely he wants to aware his family.4 government should charge penalty on that farmer they burn agriculture waste.govenment should use satellite to surveillance on farmer. So that local administration catch up those farmer that they burn agriculture waste.5 on the occasion of dewali we should think above the religious aspect and don't use the crackers.6. National ambient air quality standards shows several city of India have severe conditions regarding air pollution.World health organisation have decided that pm2.5 should not be more than 10 micro cubic metre but in Delhi the pm2.5 is 122 micro cubic metres that are 22 times server than WHO standard. NAtional green tribunal has always concerned with respect to air pollution in Delhi.AND always shows direction to Delhi government to tackle air pollution in Delhi ,NCR......please review
Sir, is series k liye aapko thank you... But sir pehle k series ka pattern jyada sahi tha... Usme news bhi cover ho jati thi humari.... Please pehle ki tarah hi is series ko v continue karen. Hume bhut madad mil jyegi.
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  1. (HINDI) EDITORIAL ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPERS IN LESS THAN 10 MINUT Presented B 9th January,2017 9D chrome


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  3. EDITORIALS COVERED IN TODAY'S LESSON The Hindu - Revisiting a passage from India "Looking towards a greener future Livemint Will Aadhaar help the poor become cashless? Indian Express .A level playing field Next Door Nepal: Being with the force


  4. QUESTIONS FOR ANSWER WRITING PRACTICE . Discuss measures to tackle the menace of air pollution in our metro cities like- Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai. Discuss alternatives and their feasibility in context of different challenges in each metro city.


  5. LIVEMINT: WILL AADHAAR HELP THE POOR BECOME CASHLESS? o Will digital infrastructure backed by Aadhar mitigate the effects of Govts. Drastic measures? o Aim:- Potential of an Aadhaar-centred inclusion system to help unbanked communities deal with demonetisation, and ease their transition to a "cashless" economy. o Three constraints- Technology ownership- Di igital transactions- need a space to deposit digital money and a means to exchange it. o Cash needs to be first deposited in banks- paperwork, long queues-conflicting and incomplete information, many of the poor are unable to deposit their money. o Need of smartphone (17% Indians only) o The International Telecommunications Unit (TTU) calculates an ICT development Index- India is ranked 138 o problem lies in high inequality between computerised megacities and large unconnected peripheries also oAccess to informational networks- Low internet penetration worldwide, behind nations such as Gabon, Nigeria and Zimbabwe, which rank significantly lower on economic and human development. lack of operational information on how to handle the current cash crisis.


  6. LIVEMINT: WILL AADHAAR HELP THE POOR BECOME CASHLESS? Infrastructural readiness- technology-enabled digital transactions should be in place nationally-24% of the Indian population lives without electricity (compared, for example, to 0.2% in China)-gaps in electrical and mobile coverage to technology failure,and Gaps in reliability-Recent studies show beneficiaries being turned down due hence being denied the food rations they are entitled to. o The constraints illustrated here reveal that the current Aadhaar-based system does not protect the poor from the backlash of demonetization Digitality is hence to be combined with other means to help those who bear the most severe burden of demonetisation


  7. TH: Revisiting a passage from India (GS-2) What is this article is about?-It is about the Indian Diaspora and their problems and challenges they are facing and . how India can tap its diaspora for financial and intellectual benefits. Diaspora and what it is ?- K.C.Singh says Diaspora is an omnibus phrase where people of Indian origin emigrated to different parts of the world since 19th century Roughly it falls into two categories: pre- and post-Independence. The latter further subdivides into migration to the West, including Australia and New Zealand, and workers in the West Asian countries .Pravasi Divas: Pravasi Divas was celebrated on 9th January, because that day Mahatma Gandhi returned from South Africa in 1915, after satyagraha against the colonial and racist regime there. .Started in 2002,Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee decided to celebrate it annually by holding events including bestowing awards on prominent members of the Indian diaspora. This year it is the 15th edition of Pravasi Divas which is in Bengaluru. West Asia: 7 million Indian workers are working in West Asia, following oil cartelisation by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries after the Arab-I Petroleum Exporting Countries after the Arab-Israel war of 1973 and the steep rise in oil prices. Challenges faced by Indians in West Asia: the shale oil revolution in the United States combined with slower global growth and environmental concerns has pushed the world into a post-OPEC phase and low oil prices. 2. the entire region to the west of India up to the Mediterranean is now swept by Shia-Sunni contestation and the challenge posed by radical Islam. Thus instability in this region. .


  8. TH: Revisiting a passage from India (GS-2) 3. Losing jobs due to economic slowdown and Arabisation-more jobs to the locals, moreover lack of skills forcing them to do low quality work also exploitation by employers. . . How West Asia is changing? -From the economic boost which occurred due to oil they were able to create a tourism, . Abu Dhabi and Qatar-centres of culture and sports,civil aviation hubs- these are facing new challenges of conflict and . Indian Diaspora in Caribbean countries: Around 1833-1917 large number of Indians left for Caribbean since construction and regional trade boost, especially in the Gulf Cooperation Council. Shale revolution. abolition of slavery resulted in labour shortage. Persons of Indian origin have headed governments in some Caribbean countries such as Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago, cricket and Religion unites us, but -unable to build on that base by boosting investment and business links and better connectivity Indian Diaspora in USA,UK and Canada: Lobbying in the US has favoured for the US-Indian nuclear deal,2006 with US having the highest number of Indian origin persons ,around 4 million-new Co-op agreements, PM Modi's outreach has bridged some issues but looming issue of Hindutva. History- expulsion of Indians from Uganda by Idi Amin in the 1970s tested Indian diplomacy and its ability to protect the diaspora. India asked Britain to take care of it ,as most held British documents. India was unable to support 49 per cent of Indo-Fijians in their desire for a multi-ethnic government when, in 1987, Lt. Col. S. Rabuka overthrew the elected government . .


  9. TH: Revisiting a passage from India (GS-2) Mauritius, with Indians constituting the largest group and 48.5 per cent of the population being Hindus, has seen the community consolidate political power, with strategic support from Indian governments. Located strategically in the Indian Ocean, this country has been an asset for India, safeguarding the Southern maritime flank. Fact:- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, J.S. Khehar, hails from East Africa. Indian Diaspora Chinese Diaspora 15 million 50 million Thus China was able to grow fast using their diaspora to open up global supply chains and Chinese economic zones. Indian diaspora in the past were helpful in foreign exchange reserves issue. . But now they have to tap the intellectual and financial aspect globally,using the diaspora and thus a challenge for India. .India has to deal with it in a wise, pro-active, non-jigoistic tone and not in the Hindutva way.


  10. TH: Looking towards a greener future (GS-3) Tapping the full potential of green bond market in India Green bonds-which finance environmentally friendly businesses and assets, have emerged as one of the key financing mechanisms driving the global economy's transition to a greener future First issued in in 2007 by two multilateral development banks (World Bank and European Investment Bank)- Subsequently, in 2013, corporates too started participating, which led to its overall growth. India- Yes Bank was the first bank to come out with a issue worth Rs 1,000 crore in 2015. Following this, few other banks too had green bond issuances. CLP India, was the first Indian company to tap this route. So far, Rs 7,200 crore has been raised via green bonds. Benefits- enhances an issuer's reputation, as it helps in showcasing their commitment to wards sustainable development. Rapid growth in green bond issuance in India and China, the Asian market has emerged as a frontrunner in the green bonds space. e Contributing to sustainable growth Green bond issuance in the country witnessed a 30 per cent year-on-year increase in 2016, cumulatively amounting to about Rs.18,131 crore India also witnessed its award-winning first green masala bond (rupee-denominated bond), with the IFC raising an off- shore rupee bond on London Stock Exchange for investing in Yes Bank's green bond. India the seventh largest green bond market globally- financing to sunrise sectors like renewable energy, thus contributing t India's sustainable growth Climate Bond Initiative report-Proceeds-62% to renewable energy projects, low carbon transport-17.5%, low carbon ngs-14%, 2.2% water management and waste management