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  2. FIRST OF ALL good morning friends …

    syria ;;;toouched boundy ….this turky, jordan, and iraq. and also syria touched to mediterranean sea.
    ;;;;;;'''…………..(2)s-400 missle to deface secor.
    range-400km,
    max, atitude-1000ft,
    maximum speed-4800m/s.
    thanks.

  3. 1.syria bordered with turkey lebanon jordan israel iraq mediterranian sea
    2 The S-400 was described by The Economist in 2017 as "one of the best air-defence systems currently made."[4]

  4. SIr, I would suggest that you should have heading, subheadings and then shortform heading in your editorial coverage. For eg –>

    Plastic & World Environment day – June 6

    #Introduction

    *India is the Global host nation for 2018 World Environment Day.

    *Organised by UNEP – theme this year – Beat plastic pollution

    *India generates over 25000 tons of plastic waste everyday.

    *A/C to the CPCB, India generates about 15,000 tonnes of plastic waste every day, of which about 40% remains uncollected.

    *About 70% of the plastic packaging products become “waste” in a short span of time.

    #Effect

    1. Pollution of Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system – It is on the UN map of 10 rivers worldwide that collectively carry the bulk of the plastic waste into the oceans.

    2. Microplastics – now even found in drinking water.

    #Single use plastic

    Plastic can be recycled. But the single use or disposable plastic — used in bottles, cups, wrapping paper and bags account for over half the plastic produced.

    *The environment ministry in 2016 notified Plastic Waste Mgmt rules that sought to control the manufacture of the particular kind of plastics.

    *It banned the use of bags less than 50 microns thick.

    Still not implemented.

    #Solid Waste Management Rules and the Plastic Waste Management Rules of 2016

    1. Ban multilayer plastic – Manufacturing and use of non-recyclable multi-layered plastic to be phased in two years.

    2. Rural areas have also been brought under these rules and Gram Panchayat would be the effective authority.

    3. First time, responsibility of waste generators is being introduced.

    Individual and bulk generators like offices, commercial establishments, industries are to segregate the plastic waste at source, handover segregated waste, pay user fee as per bye-laws of the local bodies.

    Plastic products are left littered after the public events (marriage functions, religious gatherings, public meetings etc) held in open spaces. First time, persons organising such events have been made responsible for management of waste generated from these events.

    4. Extended Producer Responsibility: Earlier, EPR was left to the discretion of the local bodies. First time, the producers (i.e persons engaged in manufacture, or importers) and brand owners have been made responsible for collecting waste generated from their products. They have to approach local bodies for formulation of plan/system for the plastic waste mgmt within the prescribed time frame.

    5. State Pollution Control Board (SPCBs) will not grant/renew registration of plastic bags, or multi-layered packaging.

    6. Curb manufacturing in unorganised sector – Producers to keep a record of their vendors to whom they have supplied raw materials for manufacturing carry bags, plastic sheets, and multi-layered packaging.

    7. Fine for retailers and street vendors as they are the primary entry point for introduction of plastic in supply chain. pay the fine.

    #Challenges

    1. Failure of local ULB in waste mgmt – Local bodies mandated under rules to ensure segregation, collection and transfer of waste to registered recyclers have failed.

    2. The State Level Monitoring Committees provided for under the rules have not been made accountable.

    #Solution

    1. Implement already made rules -Strictly implement Environment (protection) act, Solid Waste Management Rules and the Plastic Waste Management Rules of 2016.

    2. Encourage manufacture of biodegradable material –

    a. Stop the manufacture of single-use plastic articles like carry bags, cutlery.

    b. Encourage the use of biodegradable materials.

    5. Banning and regulating single use or disposable plastic

    6. Move from fining to raising awareness – Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), has decided to switch from imposing fines on those who litter, to witty signage aimed at raising environmental awareness.

    7. Citizen initiatives – citizen should be encouraged to segregate waste, compost at home, conduct “plastic free” social events.

  5. Sir your lectures are not that much informative….you usally use some word like ….1-sab ko mil k km krna h …2-problem tackle(without any relevance) 3- aj k din ….and many more….
    Your discussion me no analysis ,reform forward,issues separately .Soory for being too much critical .

  6. प्रकृति के देन में नदियों को सबसे महत्वपूर्ण माना जाता है, पर वर्तमान में मानव की कुछ गतिविधियों के कारण यह प्रदूषित हो रही है, और प्लास्टिक इसका प्रमुख कारण है। इस समस्या से निजात पाने के लिए सभी का सहयोग आवश्यक है। इसके लिए हमें बिल्कुल निम्न स्तर शुरुआत करनी होगी। आम जनता को इस समस्या के प्रति जागरूक करना होगा। यह कार्य हम स्कूल स्तर भी शुरू कर सकते है।अगर देखा जाए तो लोगो द्वारा दिन-प्रतिदिन घर एवम् दुकानों में प्रयोग की गई प्लास्टिक को नदियों में फेंका जा रहा है। इसी तरह नदी किनारे स्थित उद्योग भी कचरे को नदियों फेंक रहे है, तथा बाद में यह कचरा नदियों द्वारा समुंद्रो में लेकर जय रहा है। प्रशासन को और अधिक प्रभावी बनाकर भी समस्या निपटा सकता है। शहरों में नगर पालिकाओं, नगर परिषदों के सफाई कर्मियों द्वारा नदियों में कचरे को फेंकने पर रोक लगानी चाहिए। इनके आलवा हम देखे तो प्रयटक भी प्लास्टिक द्वारा नदियों को प्रदूषित कर रहे है।नदियों के किनारे स्थित कुछ धार्मिक स्थलों पर भी प्लास्टिक को नदियों में फेंक दिया जाता है, भारत गंगा इसका स्पष्ट उदहारण है। विश्व में इसे निजात पाने के लिए कानून तो है,पर आज के दौर में यह कानून निष्क्रिय होते दिखाएं दे रहे है।वोट बेंक कारण भी सरकारे ऐसे मुद्दों पर सख्ताई से कदम नहीं उठा रही है।हमे अपनी संकीर्ण भावनाओ से ऊपर उठना होगा, स्वय के बारे में ने सोचकर सभी के हितों के बारे सोचना होगा।

  7. @study iq education – sir can u please please , add tags/headings with every editorial topic as Gs1,Gs2,Gs3,Gs4 . it will be easier to classify and collate according to gs papers..

  8. The S-400 Triumf (Russian: C-400 Триумф, Triumph; NATO reporting name: SA-21 Growler), previously known as the S-300PMU-3,is an anti-aircraft weapon system developed in the 1990s by Russia's Almaz Central Design Bureau as an upgrade of the S-300 family. It has been in service with the Russian Armed Forces since 2007. The S-400 uses four missiles to fill its performance envelope: the very-long-range 40N6 (400 km), the long-range 48N6 (250 km), the medium-range 9M96E2 (120 km) and the short-range 9M96E (40 km). The S-400 was described by The Economist in 2017 as "one of the best air-defence systems currently made."

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