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Must Read Daily Newspaper Articles - 20th December, 2019

1. U.S. House impeaches President Donald Trump (GS-2)

UPSC Syllabus: Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries

Donald Trump became the third U.S. President to be impeached on December 18, as the House of Representatives formally charged him with abuse of power in a historic step that could inflame partisan tensions across a deeply divided America.

2. Ration cards to look similar across country (GS-3)

UPSC Syllabus: Food security; Public distribution system

Food security can be defined as the timely and convenient availability of food, for all the people of a particular region or country. This is especially to wherever there is a crisis in food production and the conditions of poor families of becomes depressing. Food production falls in times of natural calamities like floods, tsunami, droughts or feminine.

Food security is dependent upon the following factors:

  • Availability of food: Availability of food refers to food production, food consumption and storage of grain in governmental godowns in the preceding years.
  • Access to food: This indicates that food is within the reach of every person in the country.
  • Capacity to bear food expenses: This refers to availability of many with each person to buy safe, nutritious food for his daily needs.

3. RBI to conduct ‘Operation Twist’ to manage yields on Dec.23 (GS-3)

UPSC Syllabus: Open Market Operations

Open Market Operations: Open market operation refers to buying and selling of securities by central bank. Normally the commercial banks are the buyers of such securities

During inflation (excess demand situation) the central bank sells government securities to commercial banks in returns of money. As a result money supply in the economy falls causing prices to fall. During deflation, the central bank will buy back the securities by paying money to the commercial banks thus causing money supply to rise which cures deficiency in demand.

4. A misinformation campaign is underway to make Muslims fearful of CAA : (GS-2)

India has always stood for what is moral and just. It would have been unjust, immoral and unethical for the liberal and secular Indian democracy to look the other way when lakhs of people living in India continue to remain without an identity.

5. Bid To Boost Tourism: Rhinos to be re-introduced in Uttarakhand (GS-3)

The Uttarakhand State Wildlife Board has cleared a proposal by the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to introduce rhinoceroses in the Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR) to boost tourism and revive the habits of species that survive on low-height grass.


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