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7 Concerns in India-Bangladesh Relations


India played an important role in the firth of Bangladesh as an independent nation in 1971. The foundation of deep and close India-Bangladesh relations was laid down by the three agreements signed by them during the visit of Indian Prime Minister to Dhaka in March 1972. The first was the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation… Read More

Financial Inclusion in India

Financial Inclusion

Inclusive growth is a concept which advances an equitable allocation of resources during the process of economic growth with benefits incurred by every section of society. According to Dr. C. Rangarajan Committee (2008): “Financial inclusion is the process of ensuring access to financial services and timely and adequate credit where needed by vulnerable groups, such… Read More

JPSC PT Results – Combined Civil Services (PT) 2013 Results


JPSC PT Results 2013 Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has announced results of 5th Combined Civil Services (PT) Examination – 2013 For complete result in PDF format click here : Shortlisted Candidates for JPSC 5th Mains; Result 5th CCS (PT)-2013 Total 3898 candidates has been selected for Mains Examination. Cut-off marks for unreserved candidates was 138. List of… Read More

The Delhi Sultanate (1206 – 1290)

The Delhi Sultanate

Till the beginning of the 12th century, there was no mention of the kingdom with Delhi as the capital city. Moreover, Al-Biruni who came India during the reign of Mahmud of Ghazni, wrote about the city of Delhi. In his work Kita-ul-Hind, he mentioned some other cities like Kanauj, Mathura etc. His work, written in… Read More

20 Features of Indian Constitution

Features of Indian Constitution

1. The Bulkiest Constitution of the World The Indian Constitution is one of the bulkiest constitutions of the world. The constitution, originally consisting of 395 articles and eight schedules now consists of 444 articles divided into 22 parts and 12 schedules. 2. Combination of Rigidity and Flexibility While some provisions of the Constitution can be… Read More

Nobel Prizes 2013

Alice Munro

List of Nobel Prize Winners in 2013: Nobel Prizes 2013 Physics Prize Recipients: François Englert Born: 6 November 1932, Etterbeek, Belgium Affiliation at the time of the award: Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium Field: particle physics Peter W. Higgs Born: 29 May 1929, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Affiliation at the time of the… Read More

Pollution – Definition, Aspects and Solution


The addition of constituents to water, air or land, which adversely alter the natural quality of our environment is known as POLLUTION. POLLUTION may also be defined as an undesirable variation in the physical, chemical or biological characteristics of our water, air and land that may or will harmfully affect human life or that of… Read More

Types of Pollution


Different Types of Pollution Pollution can be classified mainly on the basis of (i) Environment (water, soil and air etc.); and (ii) Pollutants (lead, carbon-dioxide, solid wastes etc.). On the basis of these two ways pollution may be classified as: (i) AIR POLLUTION Due to some natural processes or human activities the amount of solid wastes or… Read More

Movements of Earth

Movements of Earth

There are three basic movements of he Earth has three basic movements : (i) Galactic movement, (ii) Rotation, and (iii) Revolution. Galactic Movement This is the movement of the Earth with the sun and the rest of the solar system in an orbit around the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy. This movement has little… Read More