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  • Every day for a month till 20 March 2016, we will be posting a question whoever answers the question can also ask the question to other members..and the chain of questions will continue. Lets ask...

  • The Rowlatt Act was passed by the Imperial Legislative Council on March18, 1919. This act sought to make the oppressive Defence of India Act, 1915 as permanent. The Defence of India Act was passed...

  • 1. Yoga  is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline that was born in India. The most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Rāja yoga. Handpicked Deals Handbags & Clutches 70%...

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Geography

  • Equatorial counter current  is a current phenomenon noted near the equator, an eastward flow of oceanic water in opposition to and flanked by the westward equatorial currents of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. It...

  • forest

    In India, all lands which are more than 1 hectare in area and with a canopy density of more than 10% irrespective of ownership and legal status is called Forest Cover. Though there has...

  • Indian Board of Wildlife, established under Wildlife Protection Act, 1974, framed the National Wildlife Action Plan (NWAP) 2002-2016. It states, “Areas outside the protected area network are often vital ecological corridor links and must...


Polity

  • Every day for a month till 20 March 2016, we will be posting a question whoever answers the question can also ask the question to other members..and the chain of questions will continue. Lets ask...

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  • anti-corruption-say-no

    India ranks 76th (2015) in corruption index published by Transparency International every year. The corruption is rampant in India, both at lower and higher levels. At lower levels, things doesn’t seem to move without...

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  • Directive-Principles-of-State-Policy

    Introduction – Directive Principle of State Policy :  The Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties are sections of the Constitution of India that prescribe the fundamental obligations of the State to...

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Economy

  • basel-norms

    Basel Norms which is frequently in news, is actually a set of norms prescribed by Bureau of International Settlement (BIS), to ensure that financial institutions have enough capital on account to meet obligations and...

  • What is Money Bill ? Money bill is nothing but the bill which is made by the legal constitution Lok Sabha and passed to the high ranked legal constitution Rajya Sabha for lucid information...

  • Article 263 of the Constitution of India provides for the establishment of an Inter-State Council. This article deals with ‘Co-ordination between States  and Union’.It enforces Relations between the Union and the States.  The Inter-State Council is...

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