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Post by KULDEEP BIRWAL on Sat Apr 30, 2011 1:12 pm

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Post by KULDEEP BIRWAL on Sun May 01, 2011 8:22 pm

CURRENT AFFAIRS 28.04.2011


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America's shameful secret WikiLeaked

Guantánamo is an insult to human civilisation — and American values — but it has survived as a prison for nearly a decade largely because successive U.S. administrations have peddled the myth that its cell blocks are a vital frontline in the global war against terror. So dangerous are the men ‘Gitmo' holds, it is claimed, that they can never be safely released from captivity or even afforded the protections of an open and transparent judicial process. This myth has now been exploded by the release and publication of more than 700 official Pentagon documents by WikiLeaks. The documents lay bare what U.S. military interrogators knew about the men they were holding. And though they do not tell us much about the interrogation techniques used at Guantánamo or the other prisons to which many were initially “rendered,” the files provide a damning insight into a chaotic and dysfunctional system that swept up individuals with no connection to al-Qaeda or terrorism and held them for months and even years at a stretch despite their innocence being apparent after a few weeks of detention. Of the 600-odd prisoners released since 2002, some turned out to have been press-ganged by the Taliban or al-Qaeda in the chaotic days following the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, while others were framed by unreliable bounty-hunters.


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GIST OF CURRENT AFFAIRS
(27.10.2012)
1. Ferrari ‘gesture’ not in the right spirit, says government
We only want solution to situation involving two sailors, claims F1 team
The government has taken umbrage at the insistence by the Formula One team Ferrari to sport Italian Navy flags on its cars at this weekend’s Indian Grand Prix in a gesture of solidarity with two Italian marines facing trial in Kerala over charges of killing two fishermen…
2. Indian firms reap bitter harvest in Africa
Have Emami and Karuturi bitten off more than they can chew in their land quest?
Indian companies which invested in controversial deals involving hundreds of thousands of acres of land in Ethiopia have found themselves out of their depth in a fast-growing African economy that is still in the process of building critical transport and irrigation networks…
3. The harder they fall
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has endorsed the decision of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to ban Lance Armstrong for life and strip him of his seven Tour de France titles on doping charges. Confronted with a mountain of damning evidence, painstakingly compiled by USADA, the UCI perforce had little option but to put its stamp of approval on the ban…
4. For U.S. voters, foreign policy needs to reflect immediate economic goals
The defining image from the October 22 debate between President Obama and presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is of the two candidates passionately disputing their prescriptions for the U.S. domestic economy…
5. India gears up for trilateral with U.S., Japan
The third India-U.S.-Japan trilateral discussions will be held here on Monday, just over a fortnight before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh leaves for Tokyo, followed by a visit to Phnom Penh, Cambodia for the India-Asean summit…
6. India, Spain ink agreement on defence cooperation
India and Spain on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding under which they will encourage collaboration between their defence industries and exchange of personnel…
7. Keep off mobile radiation issues, DoT tells Environment Ministry
Says multiple directives by different ministries can complicate matters
The turf war between the Telecom Ministry and the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) over regulating electromagnetic radiation emanating from mobile towers has intensified. The Department of Telecom has asked the Ministry to stay away from issuing any policy related to governing mobile radiation…
8. CBDT panel recommends 14 tax accounting standards
Final report released for public comments. A CBDT appointed committee has recommended as many as 14 tax accounting standards. These standards, also known as TAS, if and when adopted, will have a significant impact on computation of income chargeable to tax…
9. India-China trade expected to touch $100 billion by 2015
India today exuded confidence of achieving the USD 100-billion bilateral trade target set with China by 2015 and hoped the issue of New Delhi's widening trade deficit with Beijing will be addressed…
10. Centre, States sign pact for broadband network
The Centre on Friday signed a tripartite agreement with 16 state and UT governments and a special purpose vehicle Bharat Broadband Network Ltd (BBNL) to expedite the mission of connecting every gram panchayat with broadband network…
11. Consensus on GST
The Centre should be more liberal if it wants to get the States on board to implement a nationwide goods and services tax (GST) from the coming financial year. There are two main reasons for it. The first is that the finances of most State Government are in a disarray today, after having registered significant improvement during the period from 2003-04 to 2007-08…
12. Should field trials of GM crops be banned? - YES
The Supreme Court-appointed Technical Expert Committee’s (TEC) interim report, submitted in the matter of a public interest litigation (PIL) pertaining to genetically modified organisms (GMO), has faced criticism mainly from the financial media and industry bodies…
13. Free urea prices to balance fertiliser use
The nutrient-based subsidy (NBS) regime has worked favourably for the industry and the Union Government in the past couple of years. However, it is time now to enhance the benefits of NBS and extend it to urea. Progress on balanced soil nutrition will be tangible only after urea is decontrolled…
14. Microsoft’s Windows 8 fightback has lessons for other ex-champions
As Microsoft fought anti-trust battles, launched a failed me-too iPod, came late to the mobile phone party and missed the tablet bus altogether, other companies zoomed ahead in the tech league table. One of them, Apple, is now the biggest company by market capitalisation, bigger than the biggest oil major…
15. Why India has become a living tragedy of self-delusion
A land of myths, India takes mythology rather seriously till some myth-buster jolts it down to reality. We have not unoften deluded ourselves that we are intellectually up there with the best in the world till the OECD-conducted PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) of 15 year school children had Indian students scoring second from the bottom, only ahead of Kyrgyzstan, among half a million students from 73 countries…
16. Don't kill the RTI
Unjustified judicial intervention could compromise the good the right to information is doing
Perhaps the biggest contribution of our Parliament towards promoting greater accountability in independent India is the enactment of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005…

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