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Tea with The Hindu Newspaper 13 March 2022
हाउस टेक्नोलॉजी
आप यहां बहुत सारी उपयोगी जानकारी देख सकते हैं।: यहाँ और देखें
आप यहां बहुत सारी उपयोगी जानकारी देख सकते हैं।: यहाँ और देखें

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The Exams Made Simple 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

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Nishant 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Really a cheerful smile on my face when I heard my hometown “Hazaribagh “ from my Role model. yes sir it was started by an eminent personality of our hometown By Bullu Inman also a padmashri awardee last year for his work towards Sohrai paintings

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Tireless Soul 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Nice video sir

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Naidu Megha 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

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Aayush Srivastava 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Why to keep relations with Russia
1. S-400
2. its Veto power
3. Both are very close strategic partner
4. Russia is a powerfull country who will not support China in the matter with India.
5 .Defence equipments and latest weapons.
6. We can't lose Russia for the sake of USA , as USA is not a reliable partner.
7.Crude oil
8.our trade with russia
Consequences
1. USA's CATSA Act
2. Lose status of powerful Democratic country who works on the principal of justice.
3. European union & USA's pressure
4. World will see India as an aly of Russia
5. Impact on trade
6. Decrease in the value of rupee
7. If India remains silent on ukraine issue then it can not oppose china at the time of capturing Taiwan
8.India may loose trust of West.

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Shubham Kumar 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

May God bless you all and all family members

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Shubham Kumar 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

May God bless you all and all family members

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Shubham Kumar 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

May God bless you all and all family members

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Shubham Kumar 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

May God bless you all and all family members

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Shivam Chaturvedi 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good evening all

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Gagandeep Kaur Gagan 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Hlo sir ..Can I get free test series of Vision or insights or some good test series at any online website.? Please guide me

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Marthand Aditya 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

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A P 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Nyc video

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aijaz ahmad mir 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good evening

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Hussain Karbalaie 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Sir current affairs series ma kitny lectures hai.
Agar aij join karuu toh kya khtm hogaa prelims takk

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Ajay@1900 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Thanks sir ccb

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Sachin Singh Raghav 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

i want to send answer photos or pdf

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crazy girl and dog 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good sir

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Deep Kaur 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Lord Warren Hastings was 1st governor general of Bengal presidency from 1772 to 1785 . His reforms are followings…..
1. Abolition of the dual system…..
1. Hastings abolished the dual system that had been established by the Robert Clive.
2. Warren Hastings reduced the nawab allowances of 32 lakh of rupees to the half of that amount.
3. He also stopped the annual payment of 26 lakh given to the Mughal emperor.
2. Revenue reforms…….
1. For revenue collection a board of revenue was established at Calcutta.
2. The treasury was removed from murshidabad to Calcutta and an accountant general was appointed.
3. British collector was appointed in each district.
3. Judicial Reform…….
1. The Judicial power of the zamindars were abolished.
2. The criminal court was to have Indian judges.
3. The highest appellate criminal court was known as sardar nizamat adalat which was to function under an Indian judges appointed by the Governor in council.
4. Civil and criminal courts were established.
4. Trade regulations and other reforms…….
1. Warren Hastings abolished the system of dastak or free passes and regulated the internal trade.
2. He also introduced a uniform system of pre paid postage system.
3. He improved the police in Calcutta and dacoits were severaly dealt with.
But, In 1787 Warren Hastings was impeachmed in the parliament by Edmund Burke and the Whigs for his administrative excess.

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RAM SHANKAR CHAUDHARY 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

2/3

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Munish Kumar Salgotra 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

India has abstained on a US-sponsored UN Security Council resolution that deplores Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, with New Delhi saying dialogue is the only answer to settling differences and disputes, as India wants to maintain the relations with the both.

Why India needs to keep relations with Russia?

1. Diplomatic Ties: India and Russia are together in multiple forums including BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).

2+2 Dialogue: India’s foreign and defence ministers with their Russian counterparts.

2. India-Russia Annual Summit: It is the highest institutionalized dialogue mechanism in the strategic partnership between India and Russia.

3. Cooperation in Defence: Most of Indian armed forces equipment is of Russian origin and India continues to rely on Russia for spares (Assault Rifles, Sukhoi, S-400, Brahmos).

4. Economy: India agreement with Philippines to sell Brahmos, Brahmos is one of the most successful missiles of the India-Russia cooperation.

What can be future consequences despite current situations?

1. Mediator: If India became a mediator for this ongoing war then may be India maintains relations with both the groups.

2. Oil Prices: Russia already offer 25-27 % cut on the crude oil for India, but the ongoing sanctions on Russia will make it differ, India-Russia needs a new mode of transfer of payment rather using the swift system.

3. Cooperation in Defence: The ongoing conflict will gives its effect as Russia unable to use the swift system & most of the Indian defence equipments are russian origin.

4. Space & Research: India needs Russia support in their ongoing Moon missions & in the field of research also.

5. Diplomatic Ties: NATO is still not supporting the Ukraine directly whereas in 1971 war when U.S. is against us the Russia will stand for us. So, needs to maintain diplomatic 2+2 ties.

Conclusion:

India’s stance in the crisis has continued to be one of neutrality, viewing the Russia-Ukraine war as part of a historical contestation between European powers.India is now an elected member of the UNSC, and the question is how can it contribute to improving the war situation in Ukraine. India should table a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire. Ceasefire is an important milestone on the long path to peace.

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Rashmi Choudhary 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

1.flora fauna presence
2.1and 3
3.decidious forest

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BLITZKRIEG 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

ccb

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Rajneet Raj 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Points to mains answer writing:-
India and Russia are the bilateral relations between India and Russia ,During cold war the relationship between India and Soviet union had great bilateral , economic relations.
To keep Relations with India the reasons are:-
– Russia has stated it supports india receiving a permanent seat on the United Nations security council.
– Russia has expressed interest in joining SAARC with observer status in which india is founding member.
-India is the second largest market for Russian defence industry.
– However both countries setting a target of reaching us 30 billion in bilateral trade by 2025.
Future consequences of trade :-
– Economic relations will good .
– Bilateral relation will good
Ex- Import and export of weapons will good .

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ANUP OJHA 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Warren Hastings works-
* Police reforms
*Judicial reforms
*Set up Supreme Court in Kolkata in 1773
*Pitts India Act
*Suppressed so many wars like, Rohilla war, Maratha war, Mysore war etc

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RAJEEV KUMAR SAW 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good morning sir…
Aaj aapke bolne se pahle hi maine LIKE kiya….

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dr. sangeeta maipalreddy 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good morning sir…day without ur news paper analysis is incomplete…

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Anjali Vishwakarma 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

2/3
1st is wrong

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Sona's World 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

All 3 are correct

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Preeti 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Warren Hastings reforms in 1772 he leased the estates to the highest bidder and thereby made a five year land revenue settlement which was known as Quinquennial settlement. In 1773 he made changes in the machinery of collection by replacing the corrupted collectors with the Indian Diwan's . Judicial reforms, the judicial powers of the zamindar were abolished. civil and criminal courts were established.

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SAURABH KUMAR 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

1-C, 2-1&3, 3-B

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Rampravesh Prajapati 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Sir telegram id kya h

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saleem abbas 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

3of3

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saleem abbas 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good mrningg sir

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kunal gaikwad 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

Good morning sir
3 out of 3 correct
Thanku sir for news nanlaysis

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ANUP OJHA 15/03/2022 - 5:40 Chiều

3/3

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