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Return of bonds 
?Supreme Court has declined to put a 
stay on Electoral Bonds Scheme (EBS). 
?April 2019: SC had asked political 
parties to disclose to the Election 
Commission of India (ECI), in sealed 
covers, details of the donations they 
had received through the anonymous 
bonds.  
?RBI + ECI have voiced their 
reservations about EBS. 
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Return of bonds 
?Supreme Court has declined to put a 
stay on Electoral Bonds Scheme (EBS). 
?April 2019: SC had asked political 
parties to disclose to the Election 
Commission of India (ECI), in sealed 
covers, details of the donations they 
had received through the anonymous 
bonds.  
?RBI + ECI have voiced their 
reservations about EBS. 
?ADR majority of the donations made 
through EBS  had gone to the BJP. 
?ECI: provisions would enable the 
creation of shell companies for the 
sole purpose of making political 
donations. 
?Amendments to the law on foreign 
contributions. 
?Top court has given the ECI a fortnight 
to reply. 
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Return of bonds 
?Supreme Court has declined to put a 
stay on Electoral Bonds Scheme (EBS). 
?April 2019: SC had asked political 
parties to disclose to the Election 
Commission of India (ECI), in sealed 
covers, details of the donations they 
had received through the anonymous 
bonds.  
?RBI + ECI have voiced their 
reservations about EBS. 
?ADR majority of the donations made 
through EBS  had gone to the BJP. 
?ECI: provisions would enable the 
creation of shell companies for the 
sole purpose of making political 
donations. 
?Amendments to the law on foreign 
contributions. 
?Top court has given the ECI a fortnight 
to reply. 
?With regards to electoral bonds consider the 
below given statements 
1. Only that political who has secured at least 1% 
votes polled in the most recent Lok Sabha or 
State election will be eligible to receive fund 
through electoral bonds. 
2. No interest will be given by the banks on these 
bonds. 
Choose the correct option 
A. Only 1 
B. Only 2 
C. Both 1 and 2 are correct 
D. Neither 1 nor 2 are correct 
Page 4


Return of bonds 
?Supreme Court has declined to put a 
stay on Electoral Bonds Scheme (EBS). 
?April 2019: SC had asked political 
parties to disclose to the Election 
Commission of India (ECI), in sealed 
covers, details of the donations they 
had received through the anonymous 
bonds.  
?RBI + ECI have voiced their 
reservations about EBS. 
?ADR majority of the donations made 
through EBS  had gone to the BJP. 
?ECI: provisions would enable the 
creation of shell companies for the 
sole purpose of making political 
donations. 
?Amendments to the law on foreign 
contributions. 
?Top court has given the ECI a fortnight 
to reply. 
?With regards to electoral bonds consider the 
below given statements 
1. Only that political who has secured at least 1% 
votes polled in the most recent Lok Sabha or 
State election will be eligible to receive fund 
through electoral bonds. 
2. No interest will be given by the banks on these 
bonds. 
Choose the correct option 
A. Only 1 
B. Only 2 
C. Both 1 and 2 are correct 
D. Neither 1 nor 2 are correct 
Same country, different script 
?Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is now jobless,  
starved of funds and withering away.  
?Imtiaz Alam - well-known mediaperson 
and secretary general of the South 
Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA). 
?The Pakistan Army has broken the back of 
terrorist organisations. 
?Pakistan is now ready for peace with 
India.  
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Return of bonds 
?Supreme Court has declined to put a 
stay on Electoral Bonds Scheme (EBS). 
?April 2019: SC had asked political 
parties to disclose to the Election 
Commission of India (ECI), in sealed 
covers, details of the donations they 
had received through the anonymous 
bonds.  
?RBI + ECI have voiced their 
reservations about EBS. 
?ADR majority of the donations made 
through EBS  had gone to the BJP. 
?ECI: provisions would enable the 
creation of shell companies for the 
sole purpose of making political 
donations. 
?Amendments to the law on foreign 
contributions. 
?Top court has given the ECI a fortnight 
to reply. 
?With regards to electoral bonds consider the 
below given statements 
1. Only that political who has secured at least 1% 
votes polled in the most recent Lok Sabha or 
State election will be eligible to receive fund 
through electoral bonds. 
2. No interest will be given by the banks on these 
bonds. 
Choose the correct option 
A. Only 1 
B. Only 2 
C. Both 1 and 2 are correct 
D. Neither 1 nor 2 are correct 
Same country, different script 
?Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is now jobless,  
starved of funds and withering away.  
?Imtiaz Alam - well-known mediaperson 
and secretary general of the South 
Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA). 
?The Pakistan Army has broken the back of 
terrorist organisations. 
?Pakistan is now ready for peace with 
India.  
?Islamabad and Rawalpindi, Pakistan’s 
two centres of power, are now on the 
same page in seeking “honourable 
peace” with New Delhi on the basis of 
“sovereign equality”. 
?Dr. Abid Qaiyum Suleri, who heads the 
Sustainable Development Policy 
Institute (SDPI) + a member of Pakistan 
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s advisory 
council on economic matters: Pakistan 
has the best conditions now to support 
a fruitful dialogue with India.  
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