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Current affairs [GS] notes for the month of Nov 2014

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<ul><li><p>1. 50 </p><p>But Muslims being in positions of power does not necessarily </p><p>ensure development outcomes for Muslims,</p><p> government to submit a list of 627 names in a sealed cover to Supreme court</p><p>1. 2. </p><p>, </p><p>Aadhar</p><p>The scheme is under challenge before the Supreme Court, </p><p>and [ ] </p><p>1. </p><p> [ ]2. ( </p><p> )3. the government must always preserve alternative </p><p>means of identifying individuals and verifying their </p><p>addresses so that a particular form of identification </p><p>does not become restrictive or mandatory.</p><p>Prepare answer</p><p>1. Ebola/Polio/TB and Indias Preparedness</p><p> Unlike airborne diseases such as flu and </p><p>tuberculosis, people can get infected by the </p><p>virus only when they come in direct contact </p><p>with the body fluids of an Ebola patient.</p><p>2. ultra-populism, [authoritarian state] meaning </p><p>3. Status problem and solution of handloom industry</p><p>4. Gold Prices and effects</p><p>5. trust deficit</p><p>6. result of indias tough stand on border</p><p>7. Essay on Indian Movies Society shole, Woman Lajja, Personality Pan singh tomar, bhag milkha </p><p>bhag, </p><p> Massage: 3 Idiots, Tare Jameen Par,</p><p> Light movies Dilwale dhulaniya le jayenge, Accidents and controvertial Haider, </p><p>Bombay,, Border,</p><p> humor</p><p>Indonesia India ties</p><p>Indonesia has played and continues to play an important part </p><p>in our Look East policy. India-Indonesia relations have </p><p>expanded significantly in recent years with several high level </p><p>visits and trade and economic exchanges. Indonesia has </p><p>emerged critical for Indias coal imports and entrepreneurs </p><p>from India are making investments in Indonesias coal, oil </p><p>and gas and mining sectors. The level of overall bilateral </p><p>engagement is however still far below the potential for the </p><p>countries, which are two of Asias largest emerging </p><p>economies, long-time partners in their struggle for </p><p>independence, champions of the philosophy of non-</p><p>alignment and, above all, democracies with young </p><p>populations poised to play a major role not only in Asia but </p><p>beyond. Sharing of mutual experiences in the democratic </p><p>governance of these vast nations can itself be a very useful </p><p>exercise in cooperation and understanding. Through this, the </p><p>two largest countries in South and Southeast Asia can </p><p>become pillars of stability and security in Asia.</p><p>Among a number of fields which can be identified for close </p><p>interaction are defence, maritime security, counter-</p><p>terrorism, the environment, education, economic cooperation </p><p>through investments on both sides, culture and arts, </p><p>technology including IT, space and nuclear power, etc. The </p><p>list can be a long and impressive one.</p><p>During his inauguration speech, President Widodo </p><p>underlined the need for Indonesia to focus on its maritime </p><p>heritage. He reminded the people that the future of their </p><p>archipelagic nation lay with the seas, adding that the old </p><p>slogan At sea, we are triumphant (In Sanskrit, Jalaseva </p><p>Jayamahe) needed to be revived. In India, we should </p><p>welcome this new emphasis of Indonesia on the maritime </p><p>dimension. For centuries the two countries were bound to </p><p>each other by maritime trade and cultural contact across the </p><p>oceans. Hinduism, Buddhism and later Islam went from </p><p>India to Indonesia by sea, as also textiles from Gujarat and </p><p>the Coromandel coast while spices travelled from Indonesia </p><p>by the maritime route.</p><p>Today, India and Indonesia can cooperate in a host of </p><p>maritime matters such as disaster relief, anti-piracy, coastal </p><p>security against human or drug trafficking, resource and </p><p>climate research, port construction and naval ship </p></li><li><p>production. Indonesia, as the next Chairman of the Indian </p><p>Ocean Rim Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC), </p><p>can play a very constructive role in this field along with India, </p><p>Australia and other countries of Asia and Africa.</p><p>In November, President Widodo and Prime Minister Modi </p><p>will be attending the G-20 summit in Australia and the East </p><p>Asian Summit in Myanmar. Their personal rapport would no </p><p>doubt create a new stage for the revival of the ancient but </p><p>enduring relationship and to take it to a higher level.</p><p>Black Money return to India</p><p>There are at least 80 tax havens. Black wealth held in liquid </p><p>form is parked in the banks of these countries/location</p><p>1) PN notes</p><p>2) Luxary goods</p><p>3) invested in real estate and other businesses.</p><p>4) Money is also moved via layering. So, identifying who </p><p>the real beneficiary of an account is is difficult to </p><p>figure out</p><p>Few Facts Notes</p><p>1. Chinas advances in technology and infrastructure </p><p>have moved it much beyond Indian reach</p><p>2. </p><p> 3. American discovered and developed the first </p><p>successful inactivated polio vaccine. Jonas Salk1. polio was completely eradicated in the US by </p><p>1979.</p><p> UP </p><p>1. </p><p> 2. </p><p>1. , () </p><p> 2. 3. </p><p> India -China</p><p> --&gt; @ , </p><p> [ 19% 7% ]</p><p>SN Country 1 7.2 2 6.8 3 4.5 4 1.7 </p><p> 1997 1) </p><p> 1990 </p><p> 25 </p><p> 60 </p><p> EU </p><p> , (2020 ) </p><p> ke </p><p> --__--</p><p>Country 1981 () 2013 ()India $19.7 $188 China $19.4 $924 </p></li><li><p>Japan $120 $490 </p><p>1. </p><p> 2. </p><p> 3. [?????] </p><p>--__--</p><p> : </p><p> () 1. 2. () </p><p> , </p><p> ' ' 2012 131 2013 139 </p><p> 2014 189 142 (, , </p><p> ) </p><p>--__--</p><p>' ' </p><p>--__--</p><p>India America Relation (issues)</p><p>- (bitter/harsh/stern) </p><p>1. 2. 3. </p><p>Note:</p><p> ,</p><p> () () 8 10% </p><p> , , </p><p> , </p><p> 2,000 </p><p>--__--</p><p>[OIL/crude /petrolium] </p><p>1. </p><p>2. </p><p>3. 2010 </p><p>, </p><p> , </p><p>1. </p></li><li><p> [ aaj bhi yahi dikhta hai ]</p><p>2. 3. 4. </p><p> --__--</p><p> ex: ,</p><p> 2010 , </p><p> 2007 ? </p><p>--__--</p><p> (2000) 66 </p><p> , ' , , , </p><p> , , [just point not counclusion] </p><p> , , , </p><p>Spectrum Crisis 22 18 1995 </p><p> (900 ) </p><p> ( 5 ) </p><p>[some doubts here]</p><p>900 , , 1800 </p><p>[/some doubts here]</p><p>Solar energy 100,000 ( 100 ) </p><p> 100,000 ( 100 ) 2019 </p><p> 2.6 2022 20 </p><p> Point to note here </p><p>1. </p><p> 2. 100 </p><p>30 </p><p>1. , </p><p>2. 3. : 20 </p><p>19 100 </p><p>4. </p><p>- </p><p>1. </p><p>2. 3. 4. </p><p>1. () </p></li><li><p> 2. </p><p> ?</p><p>A) | 0.3 </p><p> 5 [ 2.5 </p><p> ] == 12 [ ]</p><p>Other points:</p><p>1. 2007 </p><p> ?2. 2007 2012 </p><p> - 2007-08 2011-12 </p><p> 6.8 1. </p><p>3. ? 1. </p><p> , , , , </p><p> ? </p><p> 1. 2. </p><p> 3. </p><p> ? </p><p> 200 </p><p> ?</p><p>: 1. , </p><p> ? </p><p> - </p><p>2. ?</p><p> [- ] , </p><p> 3. </p><p> 5 </p><p> , </p><p> ? </p><p> , </p><p>--__--</p><p> [] </p><p> / / / / --&gt; </p><p> ?--__--</p><p>Kashmir In News</p><p>1. , 2. - 3. </p></li><li><p>25 - ( ) </p><p> , 1990 1. </p><p> , , </p><p> 2. These kinda action increase the sense of alienation </p><p>in Kashmir </p><p>3. provide new opportunities for militant groups from </p><p>across the border</p><p>4. </p><p>5. </p><p>6. 2005 </p><p> 2011 </p><p>--__--</p><p> 90 ' ' </p><p> ( ) </p><p> , </p><p> , </p><p>1. () [Organisation of Islamic Cooperation] </p><p> 2. </p><p> 3. </p><p>Cease fire violation in 2014 and Modi response</p><p>Result may be</p><p>1) 2003, when the two sides used to exchange artillery fire </p><p>daily, causing casualties among both uniformed personnel </p><p>and civilians, and infiltration by militants into Jammu and </p><p>Kashmir was at its highest.</p><p> - :</p><p> ? </p><p>1. </p><p>2. 3. </p><p>() </p><p> Note:Complaints that e-commerce players are selling below </p><p>cost are not convincing enough to invoke legal action</p><p>--__--</p><p> [UREA POLICY] </p><p> --__--</p><p> [ ( ) </p><p> ] [refer notes for data]</p><p> But this is not true in </p><p>Land case</p><p> (1985-90) </p></li><li><p>1. 2. </p><p> 11 (2008-12) </p><p> 2008 () </p><p> : 1 , 2 , 3 </p><p> 4 , Problems in digitalization of land record.</p><p>1. [ ]</p><p>2. </p><p>3. --__--</p><p> 20 </p><p> . The bank has 21 signatory- countries, with India being the </p><p>only major backer apart from China; the rest are the smaller </p><p>economies of Asia.</p><p>Australia, Indonesia and South Korea pulled out apparently </p><p>under pressure from the U.S.</p><p> The AIIB, along with the other new China-based institution, </p><p>the BRICS Bank, represents the first major challenge to the </p><p>U.S.-led global economic order and the 70-year uncontested </p><p>reign of the Bretton Woods twins. In a way, the IMF and the </p><p>World Bank have only themselves to blame if they find their </p><p>dominance under threat, because the seeds of the new bank </p><p>sprouted from either their inability or unwillingness, or both, </p><p>to meet the growing funding needs of Asia.</p><p> The AIIB, along with the other new China-based institution, </p><p>the BRICS Bank, represents the first major challenge to the </p><p>U.S.-led global economic order and the 70-year uncontested </p><p>reign of the Bretton Woods twins. In a way, the IMF and the </p><p>World Bank have only themselves to blame if they find their </p><p>dominance under threat, because the seeds of the new bank </p><p>sprouted from either their inability or unwillingness, or both, </p><p>to meet the growing funding needs of Asia.</p><p>India, which will be the second largest shareholder in the </p><p>bank, should work with China to ensure that best practices </p><p>are followed in projects for procurement and materials and in </p><p>terms of labour and environmental standards. </p><p> - </p><p>, | 1. </p><p> . 100 50 . </p><p> . ? </p><p> . . </p><p>2. . () . </p><p> . 1 (1 ) . . </p><p>3. . </p><p>- </p><p> . . </p><p> . </p><p>4. , , . </p><p> . </p><p> . , 19 . </p><p> . 5. - . </p><p> 6.5 . </p><p> , , , . </p><p> . </p><p> . </p><p>6. </p></li><li><p>. . </p><p> . . </p><p> . </p><p>7. . </p><p> .</p><p>_____---_______</p><p>thehindubusiness</p><p>Discovered a way to create an artificial atom qubit </p><p>launch of Indias navigation satellite IRNSS 1C, the third of </p><p>seven satellites in the series to put in place Indias navigation </p><p>system on par with US Global Positioning System, on board </p><p>PSLV C 26 began today at the spaceport of Sriharikota.</p><p>lift-off mass of 1,425.4 kg would be shot into a sub </p><p>Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit.</p><p>As part of its aspirations to build a regional navigational </p><p>system equivalent to Global Positioning System of the US, </p><p>ISRO plans to send seven satellites to put in place the Indian </p><p>Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS).</p><p>The first tw...</p></li></ul>