The Hindu Editorial Analysis : 22nd November 2022

The Hindu Editorial Analysis:

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We all are aware of the importance of reading The Hindu newspaper with the aspect of improving reading ability, easily comprehending paragraphs, getting updated with the current events, improving essay writing and many more. For a banking aspirant it becomes necessary to read editorials for vocabulary. In this article we are going to discuss the points of today’s editorials with practice questions and important vocabs.

Trouble sign.

  • The blast in Mangalore in Karnataka on November 19 is a troubling sign of the radicalisation of a section of muslims.
  • Mohammad Shariq, who was allegedly crying over the improvised explosive device(IED) in a pressure cooker in an autorickshaw, may be to the Islamic state, at least ideologically, according to the investigators.
  • The police have searched at least seven places in Karnataka and are investigating his possible links with Jameesha Mubin who was killed in a blast in his own car in Coimbatore on October 23.
  • Shariq had travelled several places in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and according to the police, experimented with the bomb in Shivamogga district on 23 September.
  • His two accomplices were caught but he managed to evade the police and resurfaced in Mysore where he continued to build an explosive device.
  • The police believed that the accused, who suffered several burn injuries in the blast will survive and reveal more information.
  • Investigators had recovered 75 kg of explosives from the house of Mubin.
  • The real extent of the capacity, the intent and the connections of these two incidents remain a matter of investigation.
  • Coastal Karnataka, where Mangluru falls has been in the grip of competitive communalism, where Hindi and Muslims outfits have upped the ante in recent years.
  • The center has noted a countrywide decline in terrorism incidents in recent years, particularly of ‘Jihadi terrorism’ a category that was introduced in the report of of National crime bureau, in 2017.
  • Government data say terror incidents have been contained in Jammu and Kashmir, the North East and left wing extremism(lwe) affected States.
  • The operational links between the blasts in Coimbatore and Mangalore are being probed, but regardless of findings on that count, they are certainly linked to the extent that point to the underlying security challenges before the country.
  • Political rhetoric over the Coimbatore and Mangalore blasts does more harm than good, but the fact is that India, now under a hindu majoritarian government, has an Islamist challenge.

Practice questions:

  • Which type of terrorism has a decline in the country noted by the centre?
  • Who is the terrorist in Mangalore blast case and what type of bomb he used?
  • What did the investigators recover in the investigation?

Important Vocabs:

  • Rhetoric- a way of speaking or writing that is intended to impress or influence people but is not always sincere.
  • Evade- to manage to escape from or to avoid meeting somebody or something
  • Upped- do something unexpectedly
  • Accomplices- a person who helps somebody to do something bad
  • Radicalisation- process of causing someone to adopt radical positions on political or social issues.

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