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27 JUNE 2019

1.Samant Goyal is the new Raw Head, Kashmir Specialist Arvind Kumar is the Chief of Intelligence Bureau appointed

New Delhi: On Wednesday, the government appointed senior IPS officer Samant Kumar Goyal and Arvind Kumar as Director of Research and Analysis Wing (R & AW) and Intelligence Bureau (IB) respectively.
Goyal, IPS officer of 1984 batch Punjab cadre and Kumar, belongs to the same batch but belong to Assam-Meghalaya cadre, respectively Anil Dhasmana and Rajiv Jain will succeed. After completing his two year term on December 31, 2018, both incumbents were on expansion of six months.
Both Goyal and Kumar have a strong intelligence background, in which Goyal had first worked in R & D in 2001 and Kumar was with IB since 1991.
Goel is currently the second most senior officer in R & AW (additional secretary in the cabinet secretariat). It is believed that in order to take revenge of the Pulwama attack, Pakistan had played a key role in planning a series of physical air attacks in Balakot, Pakistan, in which a jihad fidayeen attacked the convoy of CRPF, in which 40 personnel died. was.
During his long tenure at Kumar, Kumar took over various desks including Kashmir and Left-wing extremism, besides leading the SIB in Delhi.
Goyal had to do a supernet in May 2020, but Kumar retired in September this year. Both of them will now have a fixed term of two years in the form of R & AW and IB chiefs respectively.

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2.NITI Aayog Health Index: Kerala Best,

NITI Aayog Health Index: Kerala Best, UP Worst
Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have not shown any improvement in health conditions
While Kerala remains the most healthful state in India, Uttar Pradesh remains the most unhealthy, NITI Aayog released another version of its state health index.

Some states like Rajasthan have improved their health status, but it is worrisome that states like Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have not improved.

Index analyzes overall performance and incremental improvement in the States and Union Territories for the period of 2015-16, as reference year for the base year and 2017-18.

"In Bihar, the fall between the base year 2015-16 and the reference year of 2017-18, mainly the total fertility rate, the weight of the low birth, the sex ratio at birth, the success rate of tuberculosis treatment rate, quality Due to performance related to the recognition was due. It took time for public health facilities, and the National Health Mission fund transfer, "the report said.

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Only 56 percent of mothers provide healthcare to children in Bihar, which is worse than national average. In addition, Bihar is in red because children with less weight are being born than 2015-16.

"The Uttarakhand health index score was reduced mainly due to the decrease in the neonatal mortality rate, under-five mortality, the stability of the key administrative positions at the district level, the efficiency of the first referral"The report said.

The slide in Odisha health index score was mostly due to the complete vaccination rate and the TB treatment of the success rate; In the case of Madhya Pradesh it was a decrease in the level of birth registration and success rate of TB treatment.

Even in better performing states, Tamil Nadu dropped to the ninth place from third place, while Punjab dropped from the second place to fifth position. Second best state has been replaced by Andhra Pradesh, and third Maharashtra.

Incremental performance
NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant also appreciated the big states, Haryana, Rajasthan and Jharkhand, which were in the top three in terms of incremental performance.

In the report, Kerala's health outcomes have also been compared to Argentina or Brazil, which has a newborn mortality rate (NMR), which is likely to die in the first 28 days of birth, which is less than six in every 1,000 live births. It has been said in the report that NMR 32 in Odisha is close to Sierra Leone with 1,000 live births.

Nieti member VK Paul, Member (Health) VK Paul said, "It is important to leave at least eight percent of your budget for state health."

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