Summary of The Hindu 07 june 2023 Current Affairs — — — — — —

THE HINDU 07-06-23


 CBI gathers evidence; 83 bodies yet to be clamied.

CBI team, accomplanied ‘by’ Forensic exports visited the accident site of Balasore train accident. 288 people died while more than 1200 were injured in the accident.

Four days after the accident, 83 unidentified bodies are lying unclaimed in different facilities in Odisha’s Capital.

“We are following due medico-legal process such as examining of DNA samples” Odisha’s Chief Secretary said.

  • Senior official disagrees with panel’s finding.

A senior railway offiecer A.K. Mahanta who was a part of five member committee preparing preliminary report of accident, has disagreed with some points.
He disagrees with the finding that the movable rail at the accident spot was set for loop line instead of main line.

The revelation came when CBI team was investigating the case. If his disagreement is true, then it may be locopilot mistake.

  • Mother child burnt alive in Manipu as crisis soars.

An eight years old tribal boy and his Meitie mother was burnt alive in imphal west on Sunday evening when his ambulance moving under police protection was restricted by a mob and set abalse.

BSF Constable killed

One BSF constable was killed, while two Assam rifles-personnals injured on Tuesday. Following gunfight with Kuki “Insurgent group”.

Multiple incidents of violence, arson and firing in Sygrice and Serou necessitated redeployment of additional troops army has said.

The Centre airlifted around 1,000 BSF personnal to Manipur on Tuesday. Currently more than 20,000 CRPF personnals and Army is deployed in Manipur.

  • Manipur govt. yet to take stand on adding Meities to ST list.

On March 27, a single Judge Bench of Manipur High Court had asked govt to tell Central govt. to consider Meities for ST status.

On Tuesday a Division Bench of Manipur High Court heard against March 27 order.

State govt. response was that it is yet to take any stand on whether Meitie should be given ST status.

The Union Tribal minister told the High Court that it would not be filing any objection against the appeal.

  • Huge haul of LSD and marijuarza; six held : MCB

Narcotics Control Bureaue (NCB) on Tuesday said that it  had made a largest seizure of LSD, a psychedelic drug, in past two decades and have arrested six.

  • Hectic preparations on for PM’s U.S. Visit.

US NSA Jake Sullivam will arrive New Delhi on July 13. Recently US Secretary of defence Llyod Austin visited Delhi. The agenda of all these visit is to finalise the plan, agreements to be signed on PM Modi’s state visit to US scheduled between June 21 to June 24.

Some major agreements signed that is expected are :

  • Manufacturing of GE-414 engines in India under initiative for Critical and Emerging Technologies ( i-CET )
  • Free Trade Agreements (FTA) can also be signed between two countries.
  • PM Modi on this visit will deliver speech at US congress members of a syndicate having links to Countries such as US; the Netherlands and Poland.

As many as 14,961 blots of LSD and 2.27 kg of imported curated marijuana were seized, the agency said. The acussed including a girl were arrested during simultaneous searches in and around Delhi, UP, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Kerala and TamilNadu.

  • Delhi Police visits Brij Bhushan’s residence in Gonds to record statement of associates.

Delhi police officials recorded statements of dozens of employees and associates of Brij Bhushan Singh. While visiting his residence.

The minor wrestler had reportedly withdrawn her allegations against Mr. Singh, the father of minor however has denied it.

  • 508 districts in country are face of manual scavenging : Ministry report.

Ministry of social Justice and Empowerment has prepared a report about 9 year performance under Modi govt. In this it has been said that only 508 districts of the 766 hs been declared free of manual scavenging.

  • Modi’s school to be developed as a model institution

PM Modi’s first school in his home town, vadnagar is being developed as a model school called “Prerna”. A state-of-art archaeological museum is also being developed.


  • Frontline dam blown up in Kherson; Russia, Ukraine blame each other.

On Tuesday, KAKHOVKA dam on the Dnipro river broke, and flooded area of Kherson both Russian controlled and Ukraine controlled. Water flooded homes, streets and business offices.

Both Russian and Ukrainian sides rushed to rescue People from floods. About 22,000 people live in areas at risk of flooding in Russian controlled area, while 16,000 live on Ukrainian side. Officials raced to check cooling system of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

Both Russia and Ukraine have accussed each other for dam failure. It will hamper Ukranian counter offensive, which Ukraine was preparing for months. But for disadvantage of Russia it will restrict power supplies in CRIMEA and nearby region.

            Ukranian President Zelensky accussed Russian to blast inside the Dam structure to prevent any counter offensive by Ukraine. Whle Russia claim was that it was Ukrainian act to restrict water supply in Crimea region.

  • China Russia conduct air patrol over sea of Japan, East China sea.

Russia and China conducted Jointed air force patrol over the Sea of Japan and the East of China sea.

BeiJing and Moscow “staged the sixth joint aerial petrol in accordance with annual cooperation plan between China and Russia”. Chinese defence ministry said in a statement.

South Korean millitary mobilized fighter Jets in case of any emergency.

South Korea said that four Russian and four Chinese aircraft entered its air defence zone (ADJZ) prompting it to scramble fighter Jets.

 Unfazed by sanctions, Iran unveils new hypersonic missile that can cover 1400 km.

On Tuesday Iran told, that It had created a hypersonic missile, whose speed is 15 times the speed of sound.

‘FATTAH’ or ‘Conqueror’ was unveiled. The range of missile has range up to 1400 km.

            EDITORIAL -1

Useful first Step

 Issues behind violence in Manipur are Knotly but truth telling should help.

What the editorial is all about ?

Home Minister Amit Shah talked about formation of a 3 member commission during his Manipur’s visit. There are many signs that shows that the distrust between the two communities is quite wide and thorny issues need to be addressed to tackle the crises.

About Home Minister’s visit to Manipur?

HM Amit Shah met members of two communities. He told to from a panel of 3 member to investigate causes and give solution to ethnic problem in Manipur.

Despite Mr. Shah’s visit violence was occurring, also only 18% of the looted weapons had been returned. These tell volumes of  distrust between two communities. Holding two communities only because of Paramilitary presence is not a permanent solution. Thorny issues need to be addressed.

  • What are thorny issues between two countries.
  • Many among Kukis (Naga) claim that Meitie’s demand for ST status is Unjustified.
  • Meitie has there own grie
    vances, like they can not buy and in Hill areas.
  • Kukis has encroached in forest areas.

There issues can only be solved in a peaceful environment, and the commission work will matter a lot in this regard.



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