of a subordinate state died without a heir , his adopted son was not allowed to occupy the throne and the state was annexed to the British Empire in India. Lord Dalhousie annexed the states of Jhansi, Satara and Nagpur.
2) Ill treatment of Nana Sahib and Rani of Jhansi:Baji Rao II: The last Peshwa adopted...
the computer as
learning aid, we have given internet site URLs to aid the children to know
Imperialism in Asia and Africa
FIRST WORLD WAR
The First World War...
ending British rule in India?
By Gabrielle lake
India actually got independence in 1948 after the Second World War. Gandhi was a big leader in a group called the INC. they organized protests all over India to gain independence. There are many contributors to the fact that India got independence, such...
an authoritarian system to a more democratic form of government is referred to as democratization.
The Erosion of Civilian Rule
Pakistan, like India, inherited British military traditions. These recognize the separate responsibilities of civilian and military leaders, emphasized overall civilian...
was the 11th President of India, serving from 2002 to 2007. He was elected during the tenure of the National Democratic Alliance (India) coalition government, under Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. During his term as President, he was popularly known as the People's President.[5
young boys aged 2 and 4 years to their Hindu mother. The judge imposed one condition - she was not to expose her sons to her Hindu faith. The 2 boys were previously, without her knowledge or consent, converted to Islam by her estranged husband, himself a recent convert to Islam.
The same court had earlier...
the population of India is of the age group 20-45. So by this figure, one can easily conclude that India as a whole is a young country.
Okay.... India is young. But what about those in power? If you follow Indian politics, can you shortlist a few politicians who are below 45? (I said shortlist 'coz...
Obama good for India?
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There’s a lot of discussion going on about whether the American president-elect will be better for India than the current American president. I don’t think there is anything fundamentally wrong about asking that question. But I just think we...
hardworking student who had a strong desire to learn and spend hours on his studies, especially mathematics.
"I inherited honesty and self-discipline from my father; from my mother, I inherited faith in goodness and deep kindness as did my three brothers and sisters."
—A quote from Kalam's autobiography
DETAILED PROJECT REPORT
India trade relation with South- Africa
“Perseverance inspiration and motivation have always played a key role in success of any
venture”. I hereby express my deep sense of gratitude...
bout the author:
APJ Abdul Kalam is one of India’s most distinguished scientists. He served as the 11th President of India, between 2002 and 2007. He was fondly referred to as “The People’s President” during his term. He has honorary doctorates from over thirty universities and is the recipient of the...
iaquat Ali Khan as Prime Minister [1947-1951]
Liaquat Ali Khan's contributions to the struggle for independence were numerous. After independence, he was thus the natural choice for the premiership. Liaquat Ali Khan was appointed as the first Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Being the first Prime Minister...
served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. Kalam was born and raised in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, studied physics at the St. Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli, and aerospace engineering at theMadras Institute of Technology (MIT), Chennai.
Before his term as President, he worked as an aerospace...
the provisions of the
Constitution of India form its basic structure which are not amendable
by Parliament by exercise of its constituent power under Article 368.
See also Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Raj Narain, AIR 1975 SC 2299;
Minerva Mills Ltd. v. Union of India, AIR 1980 SC 1789; Sanjeev
Salutation to teacher for their contribution
As we all knows that this day is having its special meaning. It is the birthday of the second President of India, an academic philosopher Dr. Sarwapalli Radhakrishnan. We all Indians have been celebrating Teacher's Day on 5th September, since 1962. Dr Sarvepalli...
Reverse repo Rate: 6.25% 3. CRR – 4% 4. SLR – 23% 5. Bank Rate – 8.25% 6. MSF (Marginal Standing Rate)– 8.25% RBI’s Guidelines for New Bank Licenses: i. Bank should have 49% cap on foreign holding in new banks and minimum paid-up equity capital is Rs 500 crore. ii. New banks will have to set up 25% of...
Day of India - January 26, 2013
Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state.
On this day India finally...
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|3. |The Government Of India Act,1935 |3 |
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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
“ARTICLE 74 AND ARTICLE 61 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA”
Civil Appeal No. 244 of 2022(Arising out of SLP (Civ.) No. 3033 of 2022) With Special Reference No...
Google+ Paper Type : Question-PaperTest Location : History,computer GK,Currnet affairsPosted By : Sarath KumarUpdated Date : Mar 13, 2013
Hi Im Sarath I wrote last year Intelligence Bureau written test examination, For intelligence Bureau written test examination you have to concentrate history based questions...
Doing Business in India: Success, Failure and the Prospects for Canada
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Doing Business in India: Success, Failure and the Prospects for Canada
MAKING AND UNMAKING OF
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in India. (marks 6)
(A) When Indian democracy had its first elections in 1952, there were hardly any regional parties. That trend has changed considerably today and there are 47 regional parties and over 400 smaller parties. The main reasons for the origin and growth of regional parties in India can...
Constitution of India
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The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers, and duties of government institutions, and sets out...
Politics of India
India is the largest democracy in the world. India has the biggest number of people with franchise rights and the largest number of political parties, which take part in election campaign. In the 1996 national elections, almost 600 million people voted and an average of 26 candidates...
In this panoply the most widely misused provision is the provision of proclaiming state emergency under Article 356 of the constitution of India. Whereby, president can proclaim emergency on receipt of the report of the governor or otherwise upon his satisfaction.
Article 356 of the Constitution was most...
of Government for India
by Dr. Subhash Kapila
India stands out as a shining symbol of democracy amongst the nations that emerged as independent states after the demise of colonial rule post-World War II. India’s founding fathers, and I stress the plural, opted for the Westminster...
7.Mr. Gurudev was nominated by the President to the Rajya Sabha.Mention any one criterion on which the
President would have nominated him.
8.State one difference between the election of the President and the Vice-President of India.
9.State one point of difference between the Cabinet...
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India's Constitution of 1949 with Amendments through 2002
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens: • JUSTICE, social, economic and political;...
Chapters Pgs. 14-48
(i) The Executive Pgs. 14-28
(ii) Parliament Pgs. 29-34
(iii) Legislative powers of the President Pgs. 35-38
(iv) The Union Judiciary Pgs. 39-45
(v) Comptroller and Auditor - General of India Pgs. 46-48