9 PM Daily Current Affairs Brief – July 7, 2017

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India – Israel relationship at a glance

India – Israel relationship at a glance Context  India – Israel relationship taking new dimensions A brief view on India-Israel friendship India recognized Israel only in 1950 but it was restricted only to consular relations due to geopolitical factors affecting India’s foreign policy. India developed full diplomatic relations with Israel only in 1992 with P.V.… Continue reading India – Israel relationship at a glance

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Centre doing ‘all it can’ to help farmers:

Centre doing ‘all it can’ to help farmers: Context: With alarming rise in the farmer’s suicide, the government has been executing an array of proactive schemes. Introduction: The heartbreaking issue of farmer’s suicide is being addressed by the NITI Aayog. As the matter is quite delicate and serious it was necessary to give the government… Continue reading Centre doing ‘all it can’ to help farmers:

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SC questions EC reluctance to use VVPAT: 

SC questions EC reluctance to use VVPAT:  Context: The Supreme Court has questioned the Election Commission on its reluctance to use voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) units with EVMs for the Gujarat Assembly polls in 2017 What is the issue? The hearing was based on a petition filed by Mohit Singh, represented by Counsel… Continue reading SC questions EC reluctance to use VVPAT: 

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Thinking multilateral: 

Thinking multilateral:  All three editorials have been summarized below Context India and China talks remain deadlocked over the Doklam issue Stalemate between India and China India and China has both continued to remain persistent in their respective stances.  No bilateral meetingbetween Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping had been scheduled on the sidelines… Continue reading Thinking multilateral: 

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Crime and context: 

Crime and context:  Context: It is high time that the country should understand the context of lynching and how it had come into existence. Introduction: There are countries where lynching, as a form of collective violence, is common  but retrospectively, India was not one of them. In India, after 1993, though small incidents continued, big… Continue reading Crime and context: 

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GST ain’t easy, but appeals to investors’: 

GST ain’t easy, but appeals to investors’:  Context  The newly introduced Goods and Services Tax is quite complicated, but still it has stroked an accord with the investors Why So?  India’s new Goods and Services Tax system is not simple as it involves filling up of complex forms and businesses still have some concerns about… Continue reading GST ain’t easy, but appeals to investors’: 

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