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In this lecture, we discuss the important news articles for 1st August, 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.

Topics:
1. Cabinet nod for more judges in Supreme Court (Article 124)
2. IS suspect from Kerala dies in U.S. drone strike (Islamic State): 5:36
3. Beyond talaq (Triple Talaq): 12:02
4. In hate crime fight, a voice still feeble (mob lynching): 15:06
5. Fortifying the Africa outreach (India Africa Relations): 16:18
6. Plan for single water disputes tribunal (Inter­-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019): 24:29
7. Thailand in talks with India to buy BrahMos cruise missiles: 28:37
8. Practice Questions: 30:04

CNA:
https://byjus.com/free-ias-prep/upsc-exam-comprehensive-news-analysis-aug01-2019/

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Click here for UPSC 2019 Notification
https://byjus.com/free-ias-prep/upsc-notifications/.

The Video Lecture covers the detailed analysis of the Daily Newspaper. All the important articles and editorials of ‘The Hindu’ are covered strictly from the UPSC/IAS examination point of view.
The Video Lecture can be helpful for aspirants appearing for Bank PO/IBPS/CAT/SSC and other competitive examinations.

Please visit https://byjus.com/free-ias-prep/ for the gist of PIB/Yojana/EPW/RSTV.

Understand the complete UPSC/IAS Syllabus here
https://byjus.com/ias/upsc-syllabus/

Happy Learning!
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  1. BYJU'S IAS 2 years ago

    Topics:

    1. Cabinet nod for more judges in Supreme Court (Article 124)

    2. IS suspect from Kerala dies in U.S. drone strike (Islamic State): 5:36

    3. Beyond talaq (Triple Talaq): 12:02

    4. In hate crime fight, a voice still feeble (mob lynching): 15:06

    5. Fortifying the Africa outreach (India Africa Relations): 16:18

    6. Plan for single water disputes tribunal (Inter­-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019): 24:29

    7. Thailand in talks with India to buy BrahMos cruise missiles: 28:37

    8. Practice Questions: 30:04

  2. Raju Ranjan 2 years ago

    in 1985 sc declare it is illegal but that time parliament reverse the order of sc
    it is civil law but think about that uneducated and poor women who have 5-6 child ,how she feed at the end the child became thief ,banded
    in liberal want more number of thief banded because they want their shop is always open to came in news
    now husband work in jail and give to their wife and son

  3. KAUMUDI TIWARI 2 years ago

    Thanks you sir

  4. thalindhakshi 2 years ago

    The guy you mentioned in the ADULTERATED MILK case was not in jail for 40 years he was on bail for 40 years and now has been acquitted.

  5. Naga Naga 2 years ago

    Sir plz place mains questions along with explantion

  6. SUJAY REDDY 2 years ago

    Divorce is a civil offence. Fair enough. But in which dimension is triple talaq a divorce. Divorce is a formal settlement. This is arbitrary and only one sided. When given triple talaq, a women, her children and the entire family is in a helpless and devastated situation which very likely leads to depression, anxiety and constant state of uncertainty. In medical terminology it is ‘psychological torture ‘. How can’t the same be a criminal offence? Law is binary. Offences are eclectic. You say! Real deal is deterrence. Now when they say “how can a husband pay maintenance while he is incarcerated?” Mind you, the one who is desperate to go behind the bars renders talaq and he is the one who can’t pay maintenance. If you think everyone ends up in jail, well, those legislators don’t have confidence on their subjects and in some remotest element, are supporting such a practice.

  7. Rohith Kancharla 2 years ago

    do avideo on isi and its terminologies

  8. Fenil Borad 2 years ago

    Please kindly review:
    Q-1
    According to the law ministry, there are more than 60,000 cases pending alone at the Supreme Court and the situation of pending backlogs is rising at the high court as well as at the subordinate level. This situation leads to the miscarriage of justice.
    Suitable reforms is the need of the hour:
    + To increase the age limit of the judges from current 62 to 65 years. { Effective use of their rich knowledge and experience }
    + To amend the current collegium system and add a time frame clause in appointing judges.
    + setting up special courts adjudicated by recent law graduates to hear more trivial cases.{traffic offences,etc}( 245th law commission report ).
    + a centralised recruitment system for lower courts along the line of the UPSC.
    + setting up fast track courts to expedite cases( 11th finance commission).
    + Adopt the use of information and communication technology .{ e-court, e-pay initiatives}.
    + to increase the strength of the judges on a timely basis as and when requested by the CJI.
    A better implementation of these reforms will help in tackling the rising number of cases at all the levels of judiciary.

  9. NIDHI MISHRA 2 years ago

    Thanku sir

  10. P2.0 2 years ago

    please mention all the topics which are discussed in video In title of the video so that more people can see this video , because sometime we only search for some particular topics @byju'sias.

  11. Nisha Manav 2 years ago

    Thank you sir💛

  12. Peeyush Agarwal 2 years ago

    So criminal offence can't be committed under a civil relationship?

  13. Manu Raj 2 years ago

    Good job brother

  14. srikanth sri 2 years ago

    Tq sir because of this vedios we are not wasting our time on hindu analasis n ur Explanation is fantastic with linking of topic tq very much for imporveing me n now iam able stick to hopes…..

  15. Manoj Prabhakar 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for the explanation, sir also please clarify if is it possible for the government to decrease the number of judges if it receives such direction from the CJI and also what is the procedure for increasing/decreasing the number of judges in HC's.

  16. TAMANNA BHARDWAJ 2 years ago

    Awesome👏✊👍…
    It's beyond our imagination how much hard work you put in before making things a piece of cake 🍰 for us…
    Thanks to banta hae….

  17. Bharath N s 2 years ago

    tq u sir

  18. akash maurya 2 years ago

    the case mentioned at 04:56 of man acquitted of charges of adulteration, sir he was not in jail for 40 years he was out on bail as offence of which he was charged of can only invoke 6 month jail.

  19. Vikash chanu 2 years ago

    Wow..I can not express my gratitude for you sir…After I am from North-east region and cannot understand Hindi..I am also new to UPSC preparation…First I started watching the Uanacdemy the Hindu analysis but didn't find it meeting my expectations and it was also not in English…I now found this threat and sticking to this daily

  20. sukhchain Dhaliwal 2 years ago

    sir, it is written that parliament MAY by law…….but this article is not necessarily taking away the concept of judicial review. it is only if parliament passes a law, taking away judicial review

  21. Jubed Khan 2 years ago

    Very

  22. Rajnish Kumar 2 years ago

    First f all the vacant positions should b filled in the Judicial Department…thr is a huge shortage f Doctors and Judges in India

  23. v nangs 2 years ago

    Thanks alot sir

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