DNA OF JULY 24/2018 FOR KPSC EXAMS Presented by Shantagouda
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JULY 24th 2018 Daily News Analysis
Important Topics of the Day 1. Medical Tourism 2. Mob Lynching 3. Karnataka : Rise in FDI by 300 % 4. Suggestions
1. Medical tourists flocking to India Medical Tourism is where people who live in one country travel to another country to receive medical, dental and surgical care.
Why India? 1. Advanced facilities, 2. Skilled doctors, 3. Low cost of treatment A rare combination of above have made India a popular hub of medical tourism, attracting a large number of foreign patients every year.
Benefits to India The total number of such visitors in 2017 was 4.95 lakh. Major source of foreign exchange earnings. - Foreign exchange earned (FEE) from medical tourism, 2017 is R1,77,874 crore. India currently has around 18% of the global medical tourism market.
2. Mob Lynching Mob punishing (a person) without legal process or authority, for a perceived offense or as an act of bigotry Why anti-lynching law is necessary? It fills a void in our criminal jurisprudence. At present there is no law that criminalises mob killings
High-level committee, headed by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, had been constituted to check cases of "mob lynching." The committee will submit its recommendations within four weeks. Group of Ministers (GoM), headed by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will consider the report of the committee and submit its recommendations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Reason for the rise in lynchings ajor reason for the recent rise in lynchings is impunt The lynch mobs that murdered several people were confident of getting away with it. So far, the state has done little to shake that confidence. - Lack of political will to give exemplary punishment to lynchers.