In this lecture, we discuss the important news articles for 8th March, 2019. The aspirants are advised to watch the entire video lecture for better understanding. Follow the link to read the Comprehensive News Analysis as well.
1.The Official Secrets Act
2.The imperial cabinet and an acquiescent court (14:36)
3.Breathing clean (23:34)
4.Women and the workplace (27:42)
5.China urges India Pak talks (32:40)
6.Prelims and Mains Q's (36:34)
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National official security act set pioneer on 1889,in 1904 first time lord curzon say about national security act, because many patriotic of India press and write articles against government. The official security act come in 1923.
Recently "The Hindus "write articles on rafel deal of NDA government, which is keeping secret from public.
Government go to supreme Court and said him on national security abolished by Some newspaper.
What is National security act?
Section 3 of the act -if any person for any purpose prejudice to the safty or interests of the state -"obtain collect, record or published or communication to any other person shall be punishable by imprisonment up to fourteen years and in orther case of 3 year.
Section 5-person communicating the information and the person receiving the information can be punished by the prosecurity agency.
But problem in this act such as
1.it voilate article 19 "freedom of press "
2.national security is very important but under this section government keep there failure also secret.
3.So separate the articles properly otherwise, it is difficult for democracy of nation.
13:06 my apologies press should be entitled to LIBERTY but not FREEDOM. in Abhi Sir’s case he even abstained to not to disclose his geographical origin. However, our “presstitutes” have managed to gather his biodata to an extent that a biopic would be picture perfect with that enough info.
8:05 right to information is not a fundamental right. It’s just a legal one. It so happens in majority of the cases that RTI is being abused by the NGOs which seek information just to fabricate something which is more complicated and puzzle the society of a “question mark clause”. This has turned out to be harassment to an official. The Hindu isn’t, would never be satisfied with the current form of government as their virtues are communist. They even go on to an extent to say that a ‘hen Is barking and that’s due to modi government ‘. If they are that concerned and people of conscience, why did they report very less of Uighur Muslims being detained in PRC? All in all PRC is communist.
The secret act-
The official secret act historically known as THE INDIAN OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT of 1889 . The India official secrets act 1904 comprise under the leadership of Lord Curzon. This act provide the security to official data, data related to national security from espionage and leakage. It has certain benefits -
1. Section 3 of this act , punishes to the individual or group who plays with the security of national security or national records.
2. Section 5 of this act punishable to that person who receive or communicate the information to other which violates national interest.
3. It makes awareness regarding the national security.
4. It's makes security of the records more stringent.
It has certain backlogs-
1. It is less transperable. Government officials or politicians can misuse the records in the sake of national interest or security.
2. It violates the ATICLE 19 that is FREEDOM OF PRESS. In which no one can say or object to anything in the sake of national interest.
3. It violate the provision of RIGHT TO INFORMATION , in which no body can question or case against to anything in the sake of national security.
There are certain recommendation by applying we can use this official secrets act effectively-
1. Law commission recommends that government should review it and make it flexible for others .
2. Second administrative reform commission recommends that it should be replace with national security act because some section direct conflict with RTI .
3. The provisions should like that it makes this act more accountable.
4. Provision should be like that it is not violate the freedom of press rather regulates it .
5. If should of transperable with the condition that no government official or politican could misuse it.
Thus by applying these recommendation we can make this official security act more reliable and prevent from the situation occur when in the time of 26 /11 attacks held and the role of media is disgusting. So government should work on it and create awareness in the people regarding this. ...
hi sir people like me from remote areas who cannot afford coaching and also have other responsibilities to catch up at home ALL THAT WE CAN SAY IS THANK U SOMUCH though THANK U is not enough for your efforts .....here is a humble request to plz post the CNA analysis soft copy which has been stoped from 7 march
The Official Secrets Act, 1923 is India's anti-espionage act held over from the British colonial period. It strongly condemns any act which involves helping an enemy state against India. Helping the enemy state can be in the form of communicating a sketch, plan, model, codes or passwords to the enemy. This act enables the government to maintain official secrets in order to protect national security. However this law comes under direct conflict with his Right to Information act 2005.
Currently the Attorney General K K Venugopal told Supreme Court that the government could invoke official secrets act against The Hindu newspaper which published the reports regarding purchase of Rafael jets. Another case is related to the journalist Iftikhar Gilani who was arrested on the basis of possessing documents related to deployment of troops in Kashmir Valley.
Official secrets act need to be implemented with suitable changes for transparency and accountability. Law commission recommended the government to give clear cut definition of "Secrets" in the Official Secrets Act. The second Administrative Reforms Commission also suggested that this act should be substituted with National Security Act as some of the provisions of this act is in direct conflict with the RTI 2005. Official Secrets Act has its own pros and cons which need to be balanced and make sure that this act is not used under the garb of corruption.
Please review my ans.. whether any improvement needed
Subhankar Chatterjee well done with the answering factual part but could’ve added your own suggestions like what you deem the definition of secret, what is the relevance and realistic approach. All in all I appreciate your effort brother.
Yes. It is wrong to publish secret of government. It becomes more illegal when it s topic is defence.
The govt. Should inform about their deals to people of their country through media but they must ensure to keep secrets with them.
Todays media as we all know is very sensitive. They attracts each and every point. So make sure of their decisions.
Sir, even though you covered some topics from the newspaper.....you will cover in a very precise manner that no other source is required after your lecture
Always loves your way of explained the things in detail
Competition is very high and Byjus soon with high quality and details information will pass all rest You tubers...so simply due to hate they simply dislike...
Jalne wale chahiye tabhi to mja aata hai..
Since Dec's 1st week , we have been waiting for videos on "Geography - this week". As, we cannot afford to join expensive coaching for UPSC's preparation, we are totally rely on Byju's videos.These videos are quite helpful for us.
Kindly , start uploading Geography's videos so that we can cover the earlier videos of Geography within this month itself.
Please Manzoor bhai... Appreciate the efforts of Byjus team to provide the news analysis but don't only quote Sarmad sir coz he doesn't come everyday. Such comments will de motivate other teachers even though Sarmad sir has a separate fan base.
Dear Aspirants, topic discussed in today's analysis are
1. The Official Secrets Act
2. The imperial cabinet and an acquiescent court (14:36)
3. Breathing clean (23:34)
4. Women and the workplace (27:42)
5. China urges India Pak talks (32:40)
6. Prelims and Mains Q's (36:34)
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