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PDF Compilation link :- http://www.theexamsmadesimple.com/p/welcome-to-the.html?m=1 Instagram :-instagram.com/examsmadesimple This video has all the news events of 7th March 2019. The Hindu Newspaper Articles and Editorials have been discussed in details. current Affairs has been widely covered which will help in all the examinations from UPSC to State Services to SSC CGL and Banks. Treasury Bills , Call Money, Rafael, India France Joint Programs, Toyota and JAXA collaboration for.Moon Mission, Indian Women Paradox,
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Exams Made Simple (1 month ago)
PDF Compilation link :- http://www.theexamsmadesimple.com/p/welcome-to-the.html?m=1 Instagram :-instagram.com/examsmadesimple
rastogi jyoti (1 month ago)
Hello sir.. First of all I am highly obliged for your valuable teaching.. Your analysis is one of best resources for me. Please provide also Nov and Dec and Feb PDF.. Because time is running out.. Please as soon as possible provide PDF.. Because your PDF is only current affairs source for me.. Thank you.. I am waiting for your valuable reply..
umang bhabar (17 days ago)
Toyota is japan company
ajay joon (1 month ago)
Awesome job👍👍👍
Wonder Study (1 month ago)
Nice analysis
Priya Sah (1 month ago)
1. Oman 2. Both the given statements are correct. 3. The offence made by injuring person's character by spreading false news and stating malicious statement that harms their reputation and fame is known as criminal defamation. 4. Toyota is Japanese automobile manufacturing company. Thank u sir 😊
nisha kapoor (1 month ago)
answer 1. oman 2. both sataements are right 3. 2 section comes under defamation ...section 499 of IPC & section 500 of IPC ..sec 499 stand ..when a person write or speak even want to harm other person reputation through publication wrong with willfully attitude.. .... section 500 of IPC gave punishment by judiciary for done 499 under 2 type punish civil and criminal.. civil punishment usually pay fine other hand criminal you can face both fine and prisonment extend for 2 yr i think remove or not is mixed concept it should be remove bcz its against right to speech and expression and if it remove then anyone freely harm innocent person and publication done wrong every time bcoz no stress of punishment so some condition it remove but with valid term
Aishwarya Aishu (1 month ago)
Toyota Motor corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota city,Aichi japan. It is the sixth largest company in the world by revenue. Q.Criminal Defamation:- Defamation can be a crime as well as civil wrong. # Criminal Defamation occurs when one purposely communicates to any person orally or in writing any information which he or she knows to be false and knows will tend to expose any other living person to public hatred, contempt or ridicule. Whether criminal Defamation should be removed or not:- In 2016 the supreme court also knew that UK had abolished the offences of seditious libel and criminal libel. # No democracy governed by the rule of law makes Defamation as criminal offence. #The real issue is whether a speaker who harms another's reputation commits a crime. #A great authority defines crime as an "Unlawful Act or default which is an offence against the public."-as distinct from a personal wrong. #The penal code has a specific provisions of that kind Criminal Intimidation (section 503) intentional insult with intent to provoke the breach of the peace; and statements conducting to public mischief (section 505). They affect society ,Defamation does not.
Aanijha Aanijha (1 month ago)
Thanks sir
N Megha (1 month ago)
....Defamation can be a crime as well as a civil wrong.criminal defamation occurs wen one purposefully communicates to any person,orally or written,any info which he or she knows to be false and knows will tend to expose any other living person to public hatred, contempt . Sec 499 and 500 of IPC provides an opportunity to victim to file a criminal case for defamation against accused, he I'll be punishable with simple imprisonment which may extend to 2yrs or fine or both SHUD DEFAMATION BE ABOLISHED.. YES BCOZ... .people are otherwise prosecuted without preliminary examination .criminalisation of speech is obstacl for freedom of speech .even the truth cnt be a defence . Even public officials are targeted NO BCOZ .deters persons from making inflammatory statements . People deserved to be penalised fr wrong acts .prevents hate speeches .public officials shud be held accountable. CONCLUSION.. CRIMINAL defamation is not detternt to freedom of speech otherwise India would be a police state...we are still in a democracy whr people hv the freedom to Express their opinions without fear of reprisals Watchng today news very late bcoz of tilt happened to my circadian rhythm 😂😂but I I'll never stop following ur analysis news or pib untill u stop posting😎 Thnq.........so much bhai......
Anamika Thakur (1 month ago)
Thank you sir
apoorva jain (1 month ago)
1) OMAN 2) BOTH ARE TRUE
mallikarjun pujari (1 month ago)
Section 499 of the IPC defines criminal defamation as any words spoken or published with the intention of damaging the reputation of a person. Section 500 award punishment of 2 year imprisonment along with or with out fine. Why we should retain it 1. It protect the dignity of individual. 2. Act as a deterrence to other who are indulge such activities with the intention to harm others with ulterior motive. 3. It provides for monetary compensation to the victim. why we should abolish it 1. It is against the freedom of speech and expression that is given to every individual irrespective of any consideration by Indian constitution. 2. As victim is an individual here, It should not be criminal in nature. as the state is not involved here and also society at large is unaffected by these activities. 3. Majority of democracies abolished it. As India considers defamation as both civil and criminal offense, It is the right time to make it only a civil wrong, by upholding right to free speech.
Nihal Singh (1 month ago)
Types of defamation For historical reasons, defamation can be divided into the following two types:[2] Libel – Representation in a permanent form, e.g., writing, printing, effigy, picture or statue. Slander –Through words spoken or gestures. Essentials of defamation i. The statement made must be defamatory. ii. The said statement must refer to the claimant. iii. The statement must be published i.e., it must be communicated to at least one person other than the claimant. Defamation laws in India The Select Committee of the House of Lords in 1843, recommended the assimilation of slander with defamatory libel.[3]While, therefore, in India there is no distinction between a spoken and a written defamation. Both libel and slander are criminal offence. For better understanding, it can be divided into two categories: i. Criminal Defamation ii. Civil Defamation Defamation as a crime Section 499 of the IPC,1860 defines ‘defamation’ as being committed: i. Through: (i) words (spoken or intended to be read), (ii) signs, or (iii) visible representations; ii. Which: are published or spoken imputation concerning any person; iii. If the imputation is spoken or published with: (i) the intention of causing harm to the reputation of the person to whom it pertains, or (ii) knowledge or reason to believe that the imputation will harm the reputation of the person to whom it pertains will be harmed. This definition is subject to four explanations and ten exceptions.[4]If a person is found guilty of having committed defamation in terms of Sec. 499 of the IPC, the punishment is stipulated in Sec. 500, simple imprisonment for up to two years or fine or with both. The Cr PC, 1973, which lays down the procedural aspects of the law, states that the offence is non-cognizable and bailable. Defamation as a tort As a general rule, as far as defamation under tort law is concerned, the focus is on libel (i.e., written defamation) and not on slander (i.e., spoken defamation). In order to establish that a statement is libellous, it must be proved that it is (i) false, (ii) written, (iii) defamatory, and (iv) published[5]
Meena Rani (1 month ago)
Good evening sir.. 1) Oman 2) Both are correct Thanku so much sir..☺
Veerayya Hiremath (1 month ago)
good videos nice information sir
EXCEPTIONAL & UNIQE (1 month ago)
Feb compilation?
amule kumar (1 month ago)
Toyota and jaxa both Japanese origin
roza israr (1 month ago)
1. India and Oman 2. Both
roza israr (1 month ago)
3.Criminal defamation define under sec 499 of IPC. according to this when a person intending to harm or having a reason to believe that such imputation will harm the reputation of other person .it may be by words either spoken or intend to be read.
Anadi bhatt (1 month ago)
1)oman 2) only one (1).....bcz its 5.6 billion in import the u.s give duty free
kajal patel (1 month ago)
b c
Thanks Sir
Kapil Dev Shukla (1 month ago)
Good evening sir, I am new viewer of your you tube channel. I was searching for a channel which provides a concise as well as detailed explanation of The Hindu in Hindi for 3 months. And finally I got desired result by joining your channel. I am very impressed with the way you explain the Hindu news items in Hindi. Sir I request you to just increase the percentage of Hindi language in your explanations because there are thousands of candidates who will write the exam in Hindi medium and they are bound to stick to the Hindu newspaper because it has lot of content related to UPSC syllabus than any other newspaper specially Hindi newspapers. I think there will be no harm to anyone because the Hindu is still in English language. Thank You sir.
Sir ji Quintile kya hota hai ?
prachi chouhan (1 month ago)
thank you for make my day HAPPY
Kapil Dev Shukla (1 month ago)
Very good explanation and great selection of topics. Thank you so much sir.
Dhananjay Ram (1 month ago)
Thanks sir Ans - 1-Al-Nagah joint excercise between India and Oman. 2-Both 1&2.
Raja Anwar (1 month ago)
Sir plz provide pdf because we only have your valuable sources plz sir
Mukesh Kumar Verma (1 month ago)
Good
Arya Shrivastava (1 month ago)
oman
Shilpa Bansal (1 month ago)
Gud afternoon sir. Ans1..Oman Ans2.both a&b. Thank u sir
manish Yadav (1 month ago)
-todays answer- 1)Al nagah military exercise between *India and Oman* 2)only 1st statement is correct *Statment 2 is wrong because under gsp only 190 billion trade is done*
Varsha Gaur (1 month ago)
Thanku so much sir
Rohan Salunke (1 month ago)
💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥Sir one request to u.......... Editorial ke OPED page pe at right side below corner me ......Events happened 50 and 100 years ago aate Hai.........UPSC do asks questions from that .........events that took place 100 years ago like that.🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍.......Plzz Cover those to.....if they are of Historical Importance in Modern India
Karan Khosla (1 month ago)
1. Oman 2. Both
Mayuri W (1 month ago)
Thank you sir....
divya yadav (1 month ago)
1-b 2-c
Chandni Sharma (1 month ago)
That strange paradox for women article was honestly amazing 👌
Rishabh Sinha (1 month ago)
*CRIMINAL DEFAMATION* As per the section 499(IPC ), if anyone writes, speaks, signs or make any verbal presentation of imputations​ regarding a particular person which may intend to harm or is willingly harming the reputation of that person, then he can be sued under defamation charges. Section 499 also has an exception of "true imputations" for public good. Section 500(IPC) says that the convicted person may be sentenced upto 2 years or may have monetary punishment or both. Defamation in India is of civil as well as criminal offence. Recently it has been in news as it was challenged as a violation to Article 19 (Right to freedom of speech and expression) of our constitution. There are few complications in this offence such as : 1. A person who was not directly involved in defaming, but was active in conspiracy can also be sued. 1. ironical as well as political statements can also be used as a basis for defamation. 3. Even true facts are also challenged. Supreme court recently in its judgement recognised section 499 and 500 constitutionally valid.it also said that freedom of speech and expression is "absolutely sacrosanct" but is "not absolute" i.e. there are some reasonable restrictions. Any remark can not be made on the sake of someone else's public reputation. What I feel way ahead should be is that, 1. No one should be sentenced until a legit and reliable proof is provided before the judiciary. 2. Public authorities like police and local administration should not be involved as they may get influenced by the powerful. 3.  Prison sentences, suspended prison sentences, suspension of the right to express oneself through any particular form of media, or to practise journalism or any other profession, excessive fines and other harsh criminal penalties should never be available as a sanction for breach of defamation laws. Sir please review my answer and help me with my flaws. Thankyou.
afreen khan (1 month ago)
Very energetic voice keep up the good work thank you sir
afreen khan (1 month ago)
1). Exercise Al Nagah III, is the third in the series of bilateral joint exercise between India and Oman and will be conducted at Jabel Al Akhdar Mountains in Oman.  2). Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) is a preferential tariff system extended by developed countries to developing countries (also known as preference receiving countries or beneficiary countries). It is a preferential arrangement in the sense that it allows concessional low/zero tariff imports from developing countries. 3). Criminal defamation occurs when one purposely communicates to any person, orally or in writing, any information which he or she knows to be false and knows will tend to expose any other living person to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule.
seema dubey (1 month ago)
SEBI new rule smjh nai aaya
MOHD SHAFI DAR (1 month ago)
When u release pdf of feb 2019
Sonika Naik (1 month ago)
Thank u for amazing explanation of editorials
Aanchal Bisen (1 month ago)
Answers 1.Al-Nagah III is joint exercise between India and Oman. 2.Both Thannkyou Sir ...
Ayushi pandey (1 month ago)
1) B •Exercise Al Nagah III, is the third in the series of bilater joint exercise between India and Oman • It will be conducted at Jabel Al Akhdar Mountains in Oman.  The exercise will see both the armies exchanging expertise and experience in tactics, weapon handling and firing, with an aim to enhance interoperability in counter-terrorist operations in semi urban mountainous terrain •first two joint exercises were held in Oman in January 2015 and India in March 2017 respectively.  2) C •The Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) is a U.S. trade program designed to promote economic growth in the developing world by providing preferential duty-free entry for up to 4,800 products from 129 designated beneficiary countries and territories. •GSP was instituted on January 1, 1976, by the Trade Act of 1974 Thankyou sir nd have a nice day😊
Anuja Soral (1 month ago)
Very well explained. Thank you sir😃
Manisha Chauhan (1 month ago)
Answers.... 1....Oman.... exercise Al Nagah 3, will be conducted at Jabel Al Akhdar mountains in oman,......see both the armies exchanging expertise and experience in tactics, weapon hamdling and firing, with an aim to enhance interoperability in counter terrorist operations in semi urban mountainous terrain.... 2.....only one will be correct.... 3....Section 499 of the Indian Penal Code criminalises speech that is intended to mar the reputation of any person. Section 500 details the punishment for defamation, making a person liable for imprisonment up to two years (with or without a fine). These two sections are unfortunate remnants of colonial rule and impose unreasonable restrictions on the exercise of free speech and expression—crucial if you want to hold governments and corporations accountable. From counters to the #MeToo  movement to the Tamil Nadu government filing 125 defamation cases against The Hindu newspaper at one point, Indian politicians, business leaders and large corporations have extensively filed criminal defamation case against rivals, journalists and critics. These cases come with the threat of arrest and imprisonment, the requirement for the accused to be present at the place of the hearing (which is where the case was filed no matter where the “speech offence” happened), and no limit to the number of cases that can be filed. “In general, criminal defamation is disproportionate because it uses the criminal law to prosecute a wrong that is purely private in nature. A private wrong is one that is purely between the offender and her victim and has no implications for the society at large......... thanku sr..... 🙏....... I realize my mistake...... sorry sr....I will continue pib..........
kaushal talshania (1 month ago)
1. Excercise Al Nagah III - India & Oman 2.both are true - GSP is largest and oldest US trade preference programme introduced in 1976. - to promote economic development by allowing duty-free entry from developed and developing countries - India is largest beneficiary of this scheme
Jyoti aggarwal (1 month ago)
Good morning sir
Gaurav Pandey (1 month ago)
B, c,
PUNIT KUMAR (1 month ago)
Guru ji Ram Ram
jamal ashraf (1 month ago)
1: oman 2: both
Mohammadjuned Kaari (1 month ago)
Sir wo SEBI ke new rules and mutual funds ka fundaa kuch zyada samajh nahi aaya.... 1)Al NAGHA - Is a military exercise betn IND AND OMAN. 12 - 25 March 2019. 2) GSP- zero trade tarrifs on selected goods of growing economiesbin US out of 5.6billions trade 190 million of India is underGSP.. 3) criminal defamation - trailing a person for defaming any other person by means of any gestures or signs. My views is that it should not be done as under FR 19 , and also it would curb press freedom..
Rashmi Mhaskar (1 month ago)
1) Oman 2) both
Nidhi goyat (1 month ago)
Toyota=japan company
Deep Narayan (1 month ago)
Good Morning Sir What is Criminal Defamation and whether it should be removed or not? According to section 499 of IPC, whoever, by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs or by visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any person intending to harm, or knowing or having reason to believe that such imputation will harm, the reputation of such person, is said, except in the cases hereinafter expected, to defame that person. In India, defamation is both civil and criminal offence. The remedy for a civil defamation is covered under the Law of Torts. In a civil defamation case, a person who is defamed can move either High Court or subordinate courts and seek damages in the form of monetary compensation from the accused. Also, under sections 499 and 500 of the IPC, a person guilty of criminal defamation can be sent to jail for two years. The Supreme Court has ruled that the criminal provisions of defamation are constitutionally valid and are not in conflict with the right to free speech. The court stated that notwithstanding the expansive and sweeping ambit of freedom of speech, as all rights, the right to freedom of speech and expression is “absolutely sacrosanct” but “is not absolute.” It is subject to the imposition of reasonable restrictions. It also said that the reputation of a person is an integral part of the right to life granted under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution and it cannot be allowed to be crucified at the altar of the other’s right of free speech. Criminal defamation should not be allowed to be an instrument in the hands of the state, especially when the Code of Criminal Procedure gives public servants an unfair advantage by allowing the state’s prosecutors to stand in for them when they claim to have been defamed by the media or political opponents.
Seerat Sandhu (1 month ago)
1-Oman 2- Both r correct
D.V PHANI phani (1 month ago)
Very nice video sir thank u 👌👍
Poornamathi P (1 month ago)
1. Oman 2. Both
Om Prakash (1 month ago)
Toyata is a Japanese manufacturer.thank u sir.
Avish (1 month ago)
Bro tnks for evrythng bcz u r d 1 who r acting as pain killer for economics..😊
Gourav sharma (1 month ago)
Sir, could you provide us weekly *map's based question* . It would be of great use to us . thanx in advance(use google earth for that or map).
neha bhatnagar (1 month ago)
1.Oman 2.Both are correct
Sarita Verma (1 month ago)
Thanks sir...
Exams Made Simple (1 month ago)
Wc
Cinderella (1 month ago)
*Good morning* 1️⃣ Oman 2️⃣ Both r correct
Exams Made Simple (1 month ago)
Gm
Kirti Agrawal (1 month ago)
1-b-oman 2-c-both good morning sir
ARBIND KUMAR Tiwary (1 month ago)
Sir thanks for energizing. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
Exams Made Simple (1 month ago)
Your welcome..
Babita Kumari (1 month ago)
Good morning n thank you sir 🙏💐☺️
how's d JOSH (1 month ago)
Economic wala 2nd editorial,,, logoko pata nhi ata 😂 😂 😂 very funny sir...
M. R. Rao (1 month ago)
दुखद ऐसा लगता है कि चौकीदार ही चोर है
prashant srivastava (1 month ago)
1- India and Oman 2- Both a&b
Gud morninng sir
Sudhanshu Mishra (1 month ago)
Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan
Nazia Yasmin (1 month ago)
Good Morning Sir :)
Padma Guturollu (1 month ago)
nice vedio i been following this for nearly one month
Sameerkhan Pathan (1 month ago)
1oman 2 both are correct
Bhuwal Singh (1 month ago)
Good morning sir
Rivesh Shukla (1 month ago)
Gud morning sir,, Oman Both 1 and2
sujata kumari (1 month ago)
1. Oman 2. Both are correct 3. Defamation can be a crime as well as a civil wrong. Criminal defamation occurs when one purposely communicates to any person, orally or in writing, any information which he or she knows to be false and knows will tend to expose any other living person to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule. -In India, citizens are unlikely to have enough liquidity to pay damages for civil defamation. -it is argued that online defamation in the Internet age can be effectively countered only by making it a criminal offence, and the law is part of the state’s “compelling interest” to protect the dignity and reputation of citizens. -Supreme Court has ruled that the criminal provisions of defamation are constitutionally valid and are not in conflict with the right to free speech. Way ahead -Criminal defamation should not be allowed to be an instrument in the hands of the state, especially when the Code of Criminal Procedure gives public servants an unfair advantage by allowing the state’s prosecutors to stand in for them when they claim to have been defamed by the media or political opponents. -The offence of criminal defamation shall not be made out unless it has been proven that the impugned statements are false, that they were made with actual knowledge of falsity, or recklessness as to whether or not they were false, and that they were made with a specific intention to cause harm to the party claiming to be defamed; -Public authorities, including police and public prosecutors, should take no part in the initiation or prosecution of criminal defamation cases, regardless of the status of the party claiming to have been defamed, even if he or she is a senior public official;
Ritu Raj (1 month ago)
thanks
pravin bhokre (1 month ago)
Very soon... we clear upsc 🏌️
Suneeta Prasad (1 month ago)
*Good morning Sirji🙏* 🔲 *{1}* Answer (b) *Oman* ➡️Al-Nagah III bilateral joint exercise between *India n Oman in Oman from March 15* 🔲 *{2}* Answer (c) *Both are correct* regarding GSP 🔲 *{3}* *Criminal defamation* ➡️ It occurs when when one purposely communicate to any person orally or in writing, any information which is he/she knows to be false n knows will tend to expose any other living persons to public hatred, contempt or ridicule. ➡️ It should be *false* or unconstitutional n must have been made ti some other than the person defamed. ➡️ *Reasons* : why it is not be because *Article 19(1)* of the constitution of India Guarantee all Indians citizens the rights to freedom of speech n expression. Following reasons why it should be declared unconstitutional: 🔺1️⃣. *Section499-500 IPC* do not constitute a "reasonable restriction, on speech, bcoz to begin with even trust is not a defame" 🔺2️⃣. A person can be prosecuted under section 499 even if he/she has not made any verbal or written statement at all. 🔺3️⃣. A person can be prosecuted even for a statement about the dead. 🔺4️⃣. Even on ironical statements can amount to defamation. 🔺5️⃣Section 499 applies to "any imputation concerning any person" ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ *Toyota* is a Japanese country. ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ *Thank u sirji🙏* *🇮🇳🇮🇳JAI HIND JAI BHARAT🇮🇳🇮🇳*
Tushar Shekhar (1 month ago)
Correct bro 5.6 bn dollar trade under GSP Nd total benefits of 190 mn dollar.. Thanks for correcting me..
Suneeta Prasad (1 month ago)
+Mohammadjuned Kaari Thank UU bhai.
Mohammadjuned Kaari (1 month ago)
+Suneeta Prasad right out of 5.6 billions of trade the amount in GSP is only 190 millions usd
Suneeta Prasad (1 month ago)
+Tushar Shekhar Bhai, actual value of benefit of GSP is £190mn.... Kindly re-read yesterday article... Otherwise We will ask to Shubham Sir...
Tushar Shekhar (1 month ago)
Only 1 Becoz total trade is of 5.6 BN dollar. 190mn dollar under duty free.
Amrita prakash (1 month ago)
यक्ष प्रश्न ha ha ha👌👌
ImAlok Maurya (1 month ago)
Good Morning 👶
Zeeshan Ali (1 month ago)
1.oman 2.b only
ramesh kumar (1 month ago)
Good morning sir
samiksha sharma (1 month ago)
Gud morning sir 1)al nagah 3 is joint exercise b/w india army and oman royal army 2)usa gsp is push the economy growth of developing country by providing duty free trade Inida is largest beneficiary but its zero tariff trade is $ 5.6 bilion not $5.7 Thanku sir
deepali sing (1 month ago)
Good mrng sirr
Aishwarya Aishu (1 month ago)
Good Morning sir 🙏 1.Oman 2.1 only Have a Nice day sir
Nisha Saroj (1 month ago)
Very good morning Sir... 1- The third edition of bilateral military exercise between India and Oman- Exercise Al Nagah III is scheduled to be held at Jabel Al Akhdar Mountains in Oman from 12 to 25 March 2019.  It aims at enhancing interoperability in counterterrorist operations in semi urban mountainous terrain. 2- The Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) is a U.S. trade program designed to promote economic growth in the developing world by providing preferential duty-free entry for up to 4,800 products from 129 designated beneficiary countries and territories. India being the highest beneficiary of US GSP with USD 190 million out of total USD 5.6 billion.. Benefits of GSP: •Indian exporters benefit indirectly –through the benefit that accrues to the importer by way of reduced tariff or duty free entry of eligible Indian products. •Reduction or removal of import duty on an Indian product makes it more competitive to the importer – other things (e.g. quality) being equal. •This tariff preference helps new exporters to penetrate a market and established exporters to increase their market share and to improve upon the profit margins, in the donor country. * Of the total US imports under GSP in 2017 was $21.2 billion, of which India was the biggest beneficiary with USD 5.6 billion. Thankuu soo muchh Sir😍😍😍
Jaypal Madne (1 month ago)
Ans B C
Rahul Bhoj (1 month ago)
Good morning! hehe friends series ross great sir you remembered my chidhood
Exams Made Simple (1 month ago)
I am happy....
Sudhanshu Mishra (1 month ago)
Good Morning Sirji.😊😊 1-Oman. 2-Both are correct. Thankyu & Have a nice day sir Ji😊
kalyan panuganti (1 month ago)
Good morning sir
smart dev (1 month ago)
Nice explain 👌👍
Harshit Choudhary (1 month ago)
Namaste bhai
godis lovesyou (1 month ago)
🙏 sir thanks u sir good morning sir
Gourav sharma (1 month ago)
*India's visit to OIC summit 2019 appear as a complete failure* ? Comment. Mains Question * (Sir, please review) On 1 march, 2019 India addressed itself at the inaugural session of the 46th Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) , the *second largest inter-governmental organisation in the world* after UN. The moment was phenomenal in itself. for the first time in 50 years ,India, despite being a secular country, attended such a gathering of the grouping, which states that it works to *“safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony.”* But was this truly a historic development or a tremulous moment for Indian diplomacy? # The ebb and flow of India’s relations with the OIC has been evident since its inception. India was invited to attend the first summit of the *OIC 50 years ago in 1969 in Morocco*. But the Indian delegation had to return midway due to a withdrawal of the invitation after Pakistan’s objection. It was a setback for Indian diplomacy, as it could not further become a part of the second largest inter-governmental organization in the world (after the United Nations). # Pakistan’s adamant stance toward India’s non-entry in the grouping has ensured even today that *India is neither a member nor an observer* of the OIC, despite having one of the largest Muslim populations in the world. Countries like *Thailand and Russia are observer members*, despite having a significant minority Muslim population. # The Declaration issued at the end of meeting did not contain even a simple thanks to the Indian External Affairs minister for addressing the session .Furthermore , It didn't even mention the fact that indian minister was the guest of honour . # The Document only refernce to India -Pakistan stand off stated that the OIC welcomes the "positive initiative taken by the Pakistan's prime minister side to hand over the Indian Pilot as a gesture of goodwill to de-escalates the tensions in the regions . # The Declaration also strongly criticized the recent wave of *state ‘terrorism’ in the Indian-Held Kashmir* and reiterated to the international community of its responsibility to ensure the implementation of the United Nations Security Council resolutions on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. So terming the invitation to Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers ‘a great diplomatic win by india's side proved to be, a fool’s paradise.
sujata kumari (1 month ago)
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Manisha Chauhan (1 month ago)
good morning sr🙏.....

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