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Technology Advancement

Technology has revolutionised our world and everyday life over the years. Technology has built wonderful tools and services to give us valuable knowledge. Multifunctional devices such as smartwatch and smartphone have opened the way for new technology. Computers are quicker, more compact and more powerful than ever. Technology has enabled […]

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Azad Hind Fauj & WWII

The Provisional Government of Free India (or, more simply, Azad Hind) was an Indian Temporary Government created during the Second World War in Japanese occupied Singapore, supported by the Empire of Japan and, in large measure, by it. The government was formed in October 1943. The provisional government consisted of […]

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Azad Hind Fauj & its Establishment

The Provisional Government of Free India (or, more simply, Azad Hind) was an Indian Temporary Government created during the Second World War in Japanese occupied Singapore, supported by the Empire of Japan and, in large measure, by it. The government was formed in October 1943. It became part of an […]

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Subhas Chandra Bose & INC

Subhas Chandra Bose was an Indian nationalist whose defiant patriotism made him a hero in India but whose attempt to abolish Britain ‘s rule with Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan during the Second World War left a disturbed legacy. The Honorary Netaji was first used in Germany at Bose in […]

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Subhas Chandra Bose & INA

Subhas Chandra Bose was an Indian nationalist whose defiant patriotism made him a hero in India but whose attempt to abolish Britain’s rule with Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan during the Second World War left a disturbing legacy. The Honorary Netaji was first used in Germany at Bose in early […]

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SPORTS IN INDIA- Development, Issues & Reform measures

Sports are one of the foremost admired activities in India. Almost nearly everyone makes themselves indulge in some sort of sports starting from hockey, cricket, football, badminton, court game to golf, swimming and athletics. The India of these days plays with a competitive frame of mind. The society has been […]

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Bhagat Singh & assembly incident

Bhagat Singh was an Indian socialist activist who at 23 years of age made him a hero of the Indian independence movement by two acts of dramatic violence against British citizens in India and his executions. For some time, Singh had been using the power of drama as a way […]

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Bhagat Singh & killing of saunders

Bhagat Singh was an Indian socialist activist who at 23 years of age made him a hero of the Indian independence movement by two acts of dramatic violence against British citizens in India and his executions. The Simon Commission was set up by the British government in 1928 to report […]

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Bhagat Singh & his early life

Bhagat Singh was an Indian socialist activist who at 23 years of age made him a hero of the Indian independence movement by two acts of dramatic violence against British citizens in India and his executions. In December of 1928, a UK police officer, John Saunders, shot fatally with Bhagat […]

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JUDICIARY AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT

  The flow of technology is as strong as a flooded river that no court can embark on such a vast flow of technology but still seeks to prevent damage by making proper dams by actively participating in the electronic maintenance of court records, allowing or even requiring electronic filing […]

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Bipin Chandra Pal

The Indian nationalist, journalist, orator, social reformer and movement activist Bipin Chandra Pal. The Lal Bal Pal triumvirate was one third. Pal, along with Sri Aurobindo, was one of the key Swadeshi architects. He resisted the British colonial government’s division of Bengal. Bipin Chandra Pal was born into a Hindu […]

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Lala Lajpat Rai

The Indian liberty fighter Lala Lajpat Rai. In the Independence Movement, he played a crucial role. Punjab Kesari was popularly regarded. He was one of the 3 triumvirate of Lal Bal Pal. In its initial stages in 1894, he was also affiliated with Punjab National Bank and the Lakshmi Insurance […]

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Dadabhai Naoroji

Dadabhai Naoroji was also regarded as the ‘Great Old Man of India’ and ‘Oficial Ambassador of India’ as an Indian Parsi scholar, merchants and politicians and was the first Asian to be an Indian MP, despite the British MP David Ochterlony Dyce Sombre who was disenfranchised on the grounds of […]

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Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was a nationalist Indian, an instructor, an activist for freedom, born as Keshav Gangadhar Tilak. He was a third of the triumvirate of Lal Bal Pal. Tilak was the Indian Movement’s first chief. He was also appointed the father of Indian unrest by the British colonial authorities […]

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Rowlatt Act

The Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act of 1919, popularly known as the Rowlatt Act or Black Act, was a legislative council act passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in Delhi on 18 March 1919, indefinitely extending the emergency steps of preventive indefinite detention, imprisonment without trial and judicial review introduced […]

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Cotton

Cotton is the smooth, fluffy staple fibre that grows around the Gossypium seeds in the Malvaceae family in a boll or protective case. The fibre is nearly pure. The cotton bolls increase the seed dispersal under natural conditions. This plant is a shrub from all over the world, tropical and […]

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Green House Gases

Greenhouse gas, any gas that has a radiation property from the face of Earth to absorb infrarot radiation, thereby leading to a greenhouse effect. Earth’s surface. The most powerful greenhouse gases are carbon dioxide , methane and water vapour. The energy balance of the earth system is greatly influenced by […]

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Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

On the 13th April 1919, Acting Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer ordered troops from the British Indian Army to aim their weapons at the croweds of unwieldy Indian civilians at Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab and kill 379 individuals and harm more than 1,200 others, the Jallianwala massacre was also known as the […]

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Non Cooperation Movement

On 5 September 1920 Mahatma Gandhi began a non-cooperation movement to gain sovereignty and complete independence, with the withdrawal of the Indian National Congress (INC) for British reforms after the Rowlatt Act of 20 March 1919 and the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh of 13 April 1919. In March 1919, the […]

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Civil Disobidience Movement

The observance of the Independence Day in 1930 was followed by the launching of the Civil Disobedience Movement under the leadership of Gandhi. It started with the well-known Gandhi Dandi March. In Ahmadabad on the west shores of India, Gandhi left the Sabarmati Ashram at a walking distance of around […]

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TROPICAL FOREST

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the western Ghats which borders on the Arabian Sea, the coasts of peninsular India and the larger Assam region of North-East India are home to tropical Evergreen forests of Indian territory. In Odisha State, a half evergreen forest is larger than evergreen formation mainly because […]

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Nuclear Energy

Energy indisputably a resource on which humanity has been dependent. Without energy, we cannot find or administer medicine to cure disease, prepare food, purify water, drive our cars etc. the current energy need is 15TW and this number is projected to increase.in now a days we are more reliable on […]

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Fossil Fuels

A fossil fuel is a fuel that consists of natural processes, such as the anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms that contain ancient photosynthesis-based organic molecules that release energy during combustion. Typically, these organisms and their fossil fuels are over 650 million years old and over a million years old. […]

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