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Presented by: Mr. Naweed Akhter, Rau’s IAS Study Circle

News Covered Today:

1. Making peace with Naya Pakistan – Lead Article . – (0:27)
2. For a shift in gear – Article (3:03)
3. Protecting the dissenters – Article (10:26)
4. UN to begin talks on treaty to protect high seas (19:58)
5. Upcoming 2+2 dialogue – India – USA – Editorial (22:27)
6. Risks remain – Editorial . (28:54)
7. Financial savings (33:53)

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  1. Rau'sIAS 3 years ago

    1. Making peace with Naya Pakistan – Lead Article . – (0:27)
    2. For a shift in gear – Article (3:03)
    3. Protecting the dissenters – Article (10:26)
    4. UN to begin talks on treaty to protect high seas (19:58)
    5. Upcoming 2+2 dialogue – India – USA – Editorial (22:27)
    6. Risks remain – Editorial . (28:54)
    7. Financial savings (33:53)

  2. vinod kumar 3 years ago

    Ans B 1 and 2

  3. patel naimesh 3 years ago

    B

  4. Ashish Sharma 3 years ago

    I appreciate, instead of reading ppt or lines, try to explain in own language and style. since we watch videos to understand the topic more widely, mere reading a newspaper line is certainly not going to help since we already read that in the newspaper.

  5. NIRANJAN KUMAR 3 years ago

    Thank you sir.answer is b

  6. Wiseman 3 years ago

    Question about liberty UPSC(2018)
    We will see the upsc answer later
    But if we were to consider best appropriate ans. it can't be "no law no liberty" best argument against it is Hobbes 'social contract ' where he cites presence of no law with absolute liberty.

    Other options also have some what absolutist elements, except option) "more law less liberty".

    If anyone has any argument against it, plz bring forth.

  7. Shikhar Gupta 3 years ago

    The author of video is biased in his interpretation. Also punishment for sedition is UPTO 3 YEARS or imprisonment for life in extreme case. NOT JUST IMPRISONMENT FOR LIFE.

  8. Amritha R 3 years ago

    B

  9. Ayush Kumar 3 years ago

    B)

  10. Cherie Rawat 3 years ago

    B

  11. Anurag Kumar 3 years ago

    tqu sir, answer b

  12. Karthi Keyan 3 years ago

    Rau'sIAS always unique.. Thank you so much sir..

  13. Arun Kumar 3 years ago

    B

  14. Anmol 3 years ago

    ans 1&2

  15. Sarjerao Dhage 3 years ago

    i am new for this chanel

  16. Pari -Fly 3 years ago

    Thank you sir

  17. Pari -Fly 3 years ago

    Don't go fast please have basic discussion like "risk remains"- about growth in Indian economy

  18. ROHIT SINGH 3 years ago

    answer b

  19. Abhishek A R 3 years ago

    b

  20. AKSHAY HEGADE 3 years ago

    Option B

  21. Ankush Debbarma 3 years ago

    Ans is B

  22. Sameer Pratap Singh 3 years ago

    Please don't read the slide language or News paper language. Please explain the things in own language with simplicity. 1sept video was the best.
    also please try to cover more news.

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