daily-news-prescription-30-june-2020

GS1: Geography        

GS2: Polity        

  • T.N. custodial deaths highlight need for police reforms: CHRI(TH) If the death of Jayaraj and Benicks are ultimately established as custodial murder as a result of torture or assault by the police, it would only mean that the problem is much deeper than the mere lack of professionalism in investigative methods.
  • Death in Custody (IE) More than two weeks ago, the same set of officials was accused of beating up some persons, allegedly leading to the death of one — a district judge asked for a detailed inquiry, describing it as a “disturbing incident of custodial torture” in his report to the Madras High Court.

GS2: Governance       

 GS2 : International Relations      

GS2: Social Justice       

GS3: Internal Security        

GS3: Economy       

  • Explained: Why the government is likely to spend much less this fiscal(IE) Lower revenue stream and the rising debt levels of central and state governments on account of enhanced borrowing to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic-related expenditure have also led to concerns of the debt-GDP ratio breaching the notional red line of 80 per cent from the levels of 70 per cent seen last fiscal.
  • NPA worries may force RBI’s hand on a loan recast(Mint) Restructuring happens through a change in the repayment period, repayable sum, number of instalments, rate of interest, rollover of credit facilities, sanction of additional credit facility or enhancement of existing limits.

GS3: Science & Technology    

GS3: Scheme      
PM FME Scheme to generate total investment of Rs 35,000 crore and 9 lakh skilledand semi-skilled employment: Harsimrat Kaur Badal(PIB) Union FPI Minister said that the unorganized food processing sector comprising nearly 25 lakh units contribute to 74% of employment in food processing sector. Nearly 66% of these units are located in rural areas and about 80% of them are family-based enterprises supporting livelihood rural household and minimizing their migration to urban areas. These units largely fall within the category of micro enterprises.