14 August, 2020

  • Taxpayer's Charter (Economy)
  • ILO Conventions on Child Labour (International Relations)
  • UAE-Israel Agreement (International Relations)
  • India- Maldives (International Relations)
  • Official languages act - 1963 (Polity & Governance)
  • Daughter's Rights as coparceners (Polity & Governance)
  • Question for the day (Polity)

Prelims Quiz

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    PM ANNOUNCES TAXPAYERS’ CHARTER

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently unveiled the new platform known as “Transparent Taxation - Honouring the Honest” in order to implement various tax reforms. The platform has major reforms like Faceless Assessment, Faceless Appeal and Taxpayers Charter.

    • Faceless Assessment and Appeal
    • Taxpayer charter

     

    HISTORIC RATIFICATION- ILO CONVENTION ON CHILD LABOUR

    For the First time in the International Labour Organization (ILO)’s 101-year history that a labour standard has been universally ratified

    • ILO Convention 182

     

    UAE, ISRAEL REACH AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH DIPLOMATIC TIES

    UAE and Israel have agreed to establish full diplomatic ties as part of a deal to halt the annexation of occupied land sought by the Palestinians for their future state.

    • 1967 – UN Security Council Resolution 242
    • Evolution in Ties between Israel and Arab Countries

     

    INDIA ANNOUNCES $500 MN PACKAGE FOR THE MALDIVES

    In recent videoconference External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar announced many Indian supported projects for Maldives.

    • India-Maldives Relations

     

    OFFICIAL LANGUAGES IN INDIA

    Chief Justice of India Sharad A. Bobde has said that the government should consider amending the Official Languages Act of 1963 to include more vernacular languages in governance, and not just confine it to Hindi and English

    • Official Languages Act of 1963

     

    RIGHT BY BIRTH

    The Supreme Court has held that daughters have an equal birth right along with sons to inherit joint Hindu family property.

    • Recent Judgement of Supreme Court
    • Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005
    Comments

    SOURAV SAHAY 3 months ago

    I have two questions regarding SC judgement on property succession by daughter :
    - Can a daughter or son claim a right to ancestral property if father in his will has not mentioned his/her name? 
    - Can an adopted daughter or son also can claim right to ancestral property as per Hindu Succession Act (Amend), 2005 ? 

    Hoping for a reply from Rau's IAS team? 



    MANIKSOOD 3 months ago

    Great job. But plz upload the lectures of Mr. Vaibhav Mishra. His teaching method is best.