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1. Justice BN Srikrishna Committee is related to Personal data protection.

2. In K.S. Puttaswamy vs. Union of India case a nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India affirmed the right to privacy as a fundamental right.

3. The Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 has been tabled in Indian Parliament by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

4. In Joint parliamentary committee (JPC) Lok Sabha members are double compared to Rajya Sabha.

5. If a witness fails to appear before a JPC in response to summons, his conduct constitutes a contempt of the House.
6. Decisions in the JPC are made through simple majority voting, with the Chairperson having a casting vote.

7. Ministers cannot be called by the committees to give evidence.

8. Parliamentary privileges are defined in Article 105 of the Indian Constitution

9. The form of punishments that can be given in case of breach of privilege is provided for by the constitution.

10. Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) is a form of currency issued by IMF

11. SDRs are claims of nations on IMF.

12. If Euro, Pound sterling, Yen gets appreciated against U.S dollar, our Forex reserve will increase.

13. ‘40+9’ Standards is associated with Financial WTO.

14. States can amend central laws.

15. FATF is an arm of OECD.

Solution

1. Justice BN Srikrishna Committee is related to Personal data protection. (T)

2. In K.S. Puttaswamy vs. Union of India case a nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India affirmed the right to privacy as a fundamental right. (T)

3. The Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 has been tabled in Indian Parliament by the Ministry of Home Affairs. (F)

4. In Joint parliamentary committee (JPC) Lok Sabha members are double compared to Rajya Sabha. (T)

5. If a witness fails to appear before a JPC in response to summons, his conduct constitutes a contempt of the House. (T)

6. Decisions in the JPC are made through simple majority voting, with the Chairperson having a casting vote. (T)

7. Ministers cannot be called by the committees to give evidence. (F)

8. Parliamentary privileges are defined in Article 105 of the Indian Constitution. (T)

9. The form of punishments that can be given in case of breach of privilege is provided for by the constitution. (F)

10. Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) is a form of currency issued by IMF. (F)

11. SDRs are claims of nations on IMF. (F)

12. If Euro, Pound sterling, Yen gets appreciated against U.S dollar, our Forex reserve will increase. (T)

13. ‘40+9’ Standards is associated with Financial WTO. (F)

14. States can amend central laws. (T)

15. FATF is an arm of OECD. (F)

►TODAY’S THE HINDU ANALYSIS
1. House panel mulls action against Amazon – (Polity & Governance) – (00:41)
(Constitution, working and power of Joint parliamentary Committee)
2. India’s UN journey, from outlier to the high table – (International relation) – (20:47)
(Reform of UNSC)
3. Forex reserves hit record high of $555.12 bn – (Indian Economy)– (28:09)
(Forex Reserve)
4. ‘Pakistan to stay on FATF grey list till 2021 – (International relations) – (37:48)
(Financial Action Task Force)
5. Taking on the Centre – (Polity & Governance) – (43:02)
(Conflict between State and Concurrent list)
6. Question for the day – (Polity & Governance) – (48:27)

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