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Das Zürcher Bauunternehmen Walo Bertschinger bildet hierzulande Ausbildner einer Fachschule in Bhutan weiter. Im Kampf gegen die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit soll die Berufsbildung in Bhutan nach Schweizer Vorbild besser auf die Bedürfnisse des Arbeitsmarktes ausgerichtet werden.
          Daily Current Affairs for July 6-9,2018 ( English)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Important Days:
1.     July 7 - The International Day of Cooperatives (IDC) was observed on first Saturday of July across the world to promote co-operative model as it contains core aspects of sustainable development and is based on ethical values and principles. The 2018 theme of the Day was ‘Sustainable societies through cooperation’.
1.   UNESCO delegation has entered into an agreement with Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (APEDB) is going to set up ‘Design University for Gaming’ in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.For this UNESCO has requested State Government to provide 100 acres of land in Visakhapatnam for developing the city as International Gaming and Digital Learning Hub. It will help UNSECO to develop edutech gaming in state, with the target of providing 50,000 jobs in 10 years.
2.   The Law Commission of India (LCI) has recommended that gambling and betting on sports be allowed as regulated activities in its report “Legal Framework: Gambling and Sports Betting including Cricket in India”.It recommended number of changes in law for regulating betting for making it taxable under direct and indirect tax regimes and used as source for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
3.   The entire animal kingdom i.e. all animals, including avian and aquatic species as legal entities with rights, duties and liabilities of living person .This declaration was made by the Uttarakhand High Court Bench  consists of Justice Rajiv Sharma and Justice Lok Pal.
4.   The Supreme Court ruled that the Chief Justice of India is the ‘Master of Roster’ who has the authority to decide on allocation of cases. The ruling was given by a bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud.CJI is an individual judge and not the powerful collective of five senior-most judges of Supreme Court called the ‘Collegium’. CJI has exclusive authority to allocate cases to fellow judges and is spokesperson of the court.
5.   A mandatory dope test for all government employees, including police personnel, from the time of their recruitment through every stage of their service has ordered by Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh. Drug screening will be mandatory in cases of promotions, and also be a part of annual medical examinations.
6.     The study conducted by researchers from US based Earth Institute, Columbia University and Indian School of Business, Hyderabad recommended that Indian farmers can make a big switch from growing rice and wheat to alternative cereals such as maize, sorghum and millet, it could reduce demand for irrigation water by 33%. This could also improve nutritional availability to consumers.
7.     Satyarup Siddhanta has become second Indian mountaineer after Malli Mastan Babu to climb Mt Ojos del Salado (6893 m), the highest volcano in the world. He is certified mountaineer from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling. He has skied last degree to South Pole by covering distance of 111 km. In December 2017 he summited Vinson Massif, becoming only fifth Indian civilian to complete the seven summits (Messner’s List).
8.     India’s most popular competitive exams, Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main) and National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) will now be held twice a year and over multiple days. This announcement was announced by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD). Both exams will be conducted by newly formed National Testing Agency (NTA). It will also conduct National Eligibility Test (NET).
9.     The 67th plenary meeting of North Eastern Council (NEC) chaired by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was recently held in Shillong, Meghalaya. The meeting was attended by Union Minister of Development of NER and Governors and Chief Ministers of the north-eastern States. The meeting discussed development projects of Northeast States.
10.                     The Uttar Pradesh Government  has granted Status of Revenue Village to three villages inhabited by the Tongia Scheduled Tribe in and around forests in Saharanpur district under the Forest Rights Act, 2006 (FRA). The granting of Revenue Status to villages means that these villages will now come under the revenue department instead of forest department. The Forest Rights Act, 2006 has a provision for turning forest villages into revenue villages so that civic facilities reach these areas. These villages are - Kaluwala, Sodhinagar and Bhagwatpur.
11.                     The Himachal Pradesh government issued a fresh notification banning the use of thermocol cutlery across the state on July 7, 2018. This announcement was made by state’s Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on the occasion of the World Environment Day on June 5. The government has issued fresh notification reiterating that no person including shopkeepers, vendors, wholesalers, retailers, hawkers, rehriwalas will use thermocol cutlery in any form manufactured from non-biodegradable material as listed in Schedule under Himachal Pradesh Non-Biodegradable Garbage (Control) Act, 1995.
12.                     The Haryana government announced on July 7, 2018 that it has decided to enrol family members of nomadic tribes so no person living in the state remain deprive of an Aadhaar card. Under the campaign, 20 Aadhaar enrolment kits would be provided in the three sub-divisions of Gurugram to all nomadic tribe 'bastis'. A special enrolment campaign for nomadic tribes is being run till July 10 in all 22 districts.
13.                     The Telangana government has allotted 200 acres to three different women entrepreneurs' associations in the state. It has allocated 50 acres to FLO at Sultanpur, 30 acres to Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs (COWE) at Toopran and 120 acres to the Association of Lady Entrepreneurs of India (ALEAP) and also 10 per cent of land in all the 140 various industrial parks in the state are earmarked for women entrepreneurs.
14.                     The Haryana Excise and Taxation Department has identified a total of 6,091 value-added tax (VAT) dealers in the state having arrears over Rs 5 lakh and uploaded the photographs of the defaulters on its website. The action has been taken on the directions of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in the report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) 2012-13. It was also suggested by the PAC that the names of these defaulters should be published in the newspapers.
1.     An accountability court in Pakistan on July 6, 2018 sentenced ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to 10 years in prison in one of the three corruption cases against him in the high-profile Panama Papers scandal. His daughter Maryam was sentenced to seven years and son-in-law Captain (retired) Safdar was sentenced one year imprisonment. While Nawaz Sharif was fined 10 million dollar, his daughter Maryam was handed down a 2.6 million dollar fine. The ruling came weeks before the general elections of Pakistan that are scheduled to be held on July 25.
2.     US $6.69 billion dollar budget for 13 peacekeeping operations for year 2018-19 has approved by the Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary) of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). The budget approved for missions include MINUJUSTH (UN Mission for Justice Support in Haiti), MINUSCA (Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Central African Republic), MINURSO (Mission for Referendum in Western Sahara), MONUSCO (Stabilisation Mission in Democratic Republic of the Congo) and UNIFIL (Interim Force in Lebanon).
3.   The 17th World Sanskrit Conference was held at Vancouver, Canada from 9th July to 13th July, 2018. It was inaugurated by Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar. So far it has been held thrice in India. The World Sanskrit Conference is being held in various countries across the globe once in every three years under the auspices of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies. The purpose of this conference was to promote, preserve and practice Sanskrit language all over world by the people.
4.   The sixth edition of biennial World Cities Summit was jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities and Urban Redevelopment Authority was held in Singapore from July 8 to 12, 2018.Its theme was “Liveable & Sustainable Cities: Embracing the Future through Innovation and Collaboration. The summit was held together with Singapore International Water Week and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore.
5.   Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bhutanese counterpart Dasho Tshering Tobgay during their meeting in New Delhi agreed to take the exemplary bilateral partnership to new heights for benefit of the people of both the countries. Both leaders expressed happiness over the commemoration of Golden Jubilee of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between India and Bhutan.
6.   US officials have ordered DNA tests on '3,000' detained children who remain separated from their migrant parents in an effort to reunite families at the centre of a border crisis. The Department of Health and Human Services, HHS is doing DNA testing to confirm parentage accurately. The department is seeking to meet a court- imposed deadline of next Tuesday to reunite some 100 detained children less than five years of age.
7.   Regular citizens and NGOs will have the right to sue polluting companies in civil courts, as per a new bill proposal approved on July 8, 2018 by the Israeli Ministerial Committee for Legislation. Israel suffered two significant pollution disasters in nature reserves during recent years, where Eilat-Ashkelon Pipeline Co and Israel Chemical Ltd were held accountable. The Israeli government hopes the new bill will put more pressure and deterrence toward big companies that do not care about the state supervision against pollution.
Science & Technology:
1.   ‘Khan Prahari’ – a mobile Application and Coal Mine Surveillance & Management System (CMSMS) has launched by the Union Ministry of Coal.  ‘Khan Prahari  is  atool used for reporting any activity taking place related to illegal coal mining like rat hole mining, pilferage etc. Using it, one can upload geo-tagged photographs of incident along with textual information directly to system. The CMSMS is web based GIS application through which location of sites for unauthorised mining can be detected. Its objective is reporting, monitoring and taking suitable action on unauthorised coal mining activities. The CMSMS and the mobile app have been developed by CMPDI, Ranchi a Subsidiary of CIL and Bhaskarcharya Institute of Space Application and Geo-informatics (BISAG).
2.   The test of Crew Escape System that provides escape mechanism for astronauts if the launch operation is aborted has successfully conducted by ISRO. The crew escape system is being developed as part of the he proposed human spaceflight programme. India at present does not have human space flight programme. Only three countries United States of America (USA), Russia and China have human space flight programmes. The only Indian scientist to ever travel to space was fighter pilot Rakesh Sharma who flew aboard Soyuz T-11 (spacecraft of former USSR) in 1984.
3.   The Centre of Excellence for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (CoE-DSAI) has opened by Indian IT industry apex body NASSCOM (National Association of Software & Services Companies) in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The centre aims to support small and mid-sized businesses (SMB) by fast-tracking their product developing, providing market access and assist them by co-creating programs along with other industry partners and start-ups.
4.     Saathi - a mobile help centre to reach out to people undertaking annual pilgrimage to 3,880-metre high holy cave shrine of Amarnath has launched by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). It will provide help and information to yatris staying in camps outside the Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu. This will be in addition to security provided by CRPF to the yatra routes.  In addition, they will also provide first aid treatment to people in need and would also be distributing medicines.
1.   Six global aircraft manufacturers have responded Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Request for Information (RFI) to supply 110 fighter aircrafts to replace its ageing fleet of MiG-21s and MiG-27s, which are being phased out of service. The bids now will be evaluated after which IAF will issue Request For Proposal (RFP) with exact specifications of aircraft to be procured. The RFP is expected by early 2019. It has not specified exact requirement of fighter jets, opening up contest to both single-and twin-engine jets.
First in State/ India/ World:
1.   First Internet telephony service Wings in India to be rolled out from August 1, 2018 is going to launch by the state-owned telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). To use the service of Internet telephony through Wings, customer needs to install soft app on any of its smart devices (like smart mobile handset/tablet/ laptop) having internet to make and receive calls from anywhere in India and abroad with any party (mobile/landline). Through wings, customer can make or receive calls by using internet service of any operator. It also launched prepaid initiative in its landline offerings and a rent free landline connection for existing subscribers.
2.   Samsung has opened the world's largest mobile factory in Noida, India. The factory will be officially inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting South Korean President Moon Jae-in on July 9, 2018. The factory inauguration marks the first-ever state visit of South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The South Korean President will be accompanied by first lady Kim Jung-sook, senior cabinet members, officials as well as industry captains.
1.   ‘GST Verify’ - a mobile app to protect interest of consumers has developed by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC). It has been developed by B Raghu Kiran joint commissioner GST Hyderabad and can be used all across the country. It will allow customers to verify their bill if any GST amount mentioned is of genuinely registered person or not. This will help consumers to save the amount shown as tax from fraudster they are cheating them.
2.   The license to Bank of China to launch operations in India has issued by the Reserve Bank of India. With this, Bank of China becomes the second Chinese bank after the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to have a branch in India.
3.   A ministerial panel formed by the Goods and Services Tax Council on July 8, 2018 recommended that there shall be no additional tax incentives for digital transactions for a year, citing revenue considerations. The panel headed by Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said that it may think about the proposal of incentivising digital transaction again after a year, once returns and GST revenues stabilise.
1.     Justice AK Goel has appointed as the new Chairperson of National Green Tribunal (NGT) by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC). His appointment comes after he retired as Supreme Court Judge. He will have tenure of five years from date he assumes office or till he reaches age of 70 years, whichever is earlier. 
2.     Britain's Brexit minister David Davis has resigned two days after the cabinet approved a plan to retain strong alignment with the European Union even after leaving the bloc.
3.     Former Information and Broadcasting secretary Uday Kumar Varma has been appointed as a member of the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council, a self-regulatory body for general entertainment channels.
1. Sports Authority of India (SAI), will now be known as ‘Sports India’. This announcement was made by Union Ministers of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore. 

          Two canines of RBT and two full sized skins of leopards seized in Dooars, five arrested      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Two canines of Royal Bengal Tiger (RBT) and as many full sized skins of leopard have been seized and five suspected poachers, including woman, have been arrested from the Dooars by the special tasks force of forest department.Intercepting an information chief of special tasks force Sanjay Dutta on Tuesday night had raided a place at Chalsa Road, Nagrakata, and detained three suspected poachers, one of them woman, for possessing two full sized canines of RBT. They were moving on way to Nepal for selling, worth about Rs 200,000 in underground market.They admitted the canines had been imported from Bhutan. The arrested identified as Shyam Kumar Tanti, Raina Khatun and Dipak Mahali, all residents of Dooars of north Bengal.Mr Dutta said they were investigating if the remaining parts of the killed RBT kept in any hideout and who was the kingpin of the poaching group.In another raid, the tasks force has seized two full sized leopard skins, worth Rs 15 lakh and arrested two persons from Singhania tea estate. The animals were killed some a month back, the forest officials said.UNI XC-PC AKM
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One word could sum up the New Delhi mini-ministerial of the World Trade Organization (WTO) held in March: pointless. In the backdrop of an imminent trade war between the world’s top two trading nations the US and China, the meeting convened by India on March 19-20 was from the start an exercise in futility as neither the host nor the four dozen-odd participants had any ideas on how to strengthen the multilateral trading system. For India, which is facing a major US challenge to four schemes, like the agricultural special safeguard mechanism and food subsidies, that underpins its vulnerable export programme, there is much at stake—whether at WTO or unilaterally from the bellicose Donald Trump Administration. 

There was little on the agenda to stimulate fresh thinking on ways to protect WTO from the depredations of a US President determined to set at naught agreements sanctified by the global trade regulator. Both the US and China sent their emissaries but the level of representation indicated how seriously the two antagonists and other participants took the conclave. While China and South Africa had ministers voicing their concerns, the US, the EU and Russia sent their trade negotiators, primarily to reiterate their known positions on what WTO ought to be doing—according to their priorities. Since nothing much was expected from the meeting, there were no disappointments either. Although members were fully aware of the danger of the world being plunged into the chaos of a US-China trade war, they were unable to come up with any coherent strategy to bring WTO negotiations back on track. The meeting only served to accentuate the failure of the last ministerial in Buenos Aires in December 2017 (see ‘WTO trumped by America’, Down To Earth,1-15 January, 2018).

At the end of the two-day conclave, WTO Director-General Roberto Azevêdo told reporters there were suggestions on what could (or should) be done. “Most of them we already had, but they were not fully discussed at a political level in a meaningful way.” Members had realised the seriousness of the situation, but “just pledging support for the system is not enough,” he rued. “We need to match words with deeds.”

The fact is there is no common ground between the developed and the developing countries on the trade agenda. If the latter are seeking primacy for implementation of the Doha Round, which embodies the development concerns of the poorer WTO members, rich nations are pushing other issues, such as e-commerce, which are to their advantage. It was no surprise that Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu, while summarising the discussions, gave priority to the Doha agenda, and reworking of subsidies for agriculture and fisheries. The main concerns, especially for India, are issues related to agricultural special safeguard mechanism and food subsidies, that is, reforms in the formula for domestic support to farmers and a permanent solution on public stockholding for food security purposes. 

“Overall, it’s baffling why the New Delhi mini-ministerial was held at all,” says Biswajit Dhar, professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University who specialises in trade studies. “What kind of agenda does India want to push post Buenos Aires? We call a meeting without an agenda, we don’t know what to talk about, we don’t know how to proceed. I am seriously astounded.” Clearly, the WTO secretariat was not any wiser.Experts say India, along with like-minded nations, should have presented a clear picture of engagement on what it considers as the important issues and focused on getting a core group of members to push these as a workable solution. Instead, there was the usual smorgasbord of concerns. “It is important to show that members are keen to keep WTO alive,” agrees Shalini Bhutani, legal researcher and trade policy analyst. “But does India, and more so the WTO secretariat, have a strategy that will allow errant countries to be reined in?”

Bhutani says if regionalism is the flavour of the times, why is India not moving on SAFTA, the free trade pact of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation? While it is justifiably going slow on the larger comprehensive regional trade agreements such as Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, “what is India’s Plan B?” she asks.

Soon after the conclave, China slapped a tariff hike of up to 25 per cent on 128 American products, making it clear it would not take lying down US duties on imports of aluminium and steel. Washington’s imposition of tariffs worth $60 billion on Chinese imports to punish the country for its “unfair” seizure of US intellectual property has signalled the start of a confrontation that will have serious implications for global economic growth. China has also suspended its obligations to WTO to reduce tariffs on 120 US goods, but will instead raise it by an extra 15 per cent.

The immediate concern is how this plays out at the WTO’s dispute settlement mechanism, its most vital operation. The US has blocked attempts to fill vacancies on the Appellate Body—WTO’s supreme trade court—which is hugely understaffed with three of the seven positions lying vacant. By September, the vacancies will rise to four—effectively rendering it ineffective.

For India, the concerns are somewhat different. While the tariff dispute between the trading giants might escalate into a full-fledged war, there is also a possibility of a settlement. There is no such option for New Delhi. After years of complaining about India’s export promotion schemes, the US Trade Representative has taken it to the Dispute Settlement Body in March, saying that five of its largest export promotion schemes violate WTO provisions. These relate to the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures, which does not allow members to use export subsidies. 

In dispute are incentives amounting to a sizable Rs 42,000 crore. The largest of the schemes was introduced by the BJP regime in 2015 and has since been expanded to include more products. So far, Trump has chosen the settlement route but it is anyone’s guess how he will proceed against a country he has singled out for censure after his fulminations against China. He has made clear his impatience with WTO which he describes as a “catastrophe”. He also signalled his annoyance with the Narendra Modi government for refusing to further reduce tariffs on such items as the Harley Davidson motorcycle, and has gone so far as to publicly mock the prime minister. Should his administration decide to bypass WTO and impose penalties arbitrarily, it could spell doom for India. It is a minnow in global trade, accounting for just 1.65 per cent of merchandise exports. Any tariff hikes could send its economy into a tailspin.

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Jho Low flees Macau for China?

 | July 11, 2018
A news report says the businessman is believed 
to have travelled by car or private jet

PETALING JAYA: Fugitive Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho is believed to have fled Macau and is now in mainland China amid intensified efforts by Malaysian police to arrest him.

He is believed to have travelled by car or private jet. Quoting security sources, South China Morning Post said the exact whereabouts of Low, commonly known as Jho Low, remained unclear.

“It is almost without doubt safe to say that Low is now on the mainland. In fact, that is probably one of the reasons he came to Macau in the first place,” the source was quoted as saying.

The businessman is accused of corruption, bribery and money laundering by law enforcement agencies in several countries in connection with the 1MDB financial scandal



















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HOMTOM, a leading smartphone brand of Shenzhen, China has now announced its foray in India with the inauguration of its India office at Noida. HOMTOM has further appointed Nikhil Bhutani as the Director for Product & Operations for their India business. Nikhil Bhutani has a... Read more »
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