India

NATIONAL mean a person owing allegiance to and entitled to the protection of a sovereign state. CITIZEN is preferred for one owing allegiance to a state in which sovereign power is retained by the people and sharing in the political rights of those people.  the rights of a free citizen SUBJECT implies allegiance to a personal sovereign such as a monarch.  the king’s subjects NATIONAL designates one who may claim the protection of a state and applies especially to one living or traveling outside that state.

N.E.O.N

N is ‘N’OBLE E is ‘E’NERGY O is ‘O’BEDIENT N is ‘N’IFTY “N” OBLE, Law is a ‘Noble’ Profession as its purpose is to conserve and preserve the moral sanctity […]

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Fiscal structure in India

Fiscal federalism refers to the division of responsibilities with regards to public expenditure and taxation between the different levels of the government. Having a fiscal federalism mechanism allows the government to optimize their costs on economies of scale, because in this manner, people will get public service which they prefer, […]

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Consumer Protection Bill 2019, (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020

An Act to provide for protection of the interests of consumers and for the said purpose, to establish authorities for timely and effective administration and settlement of consumers’ disputes and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. The Indian Parliament, on 6 August 2019, passed the landmark Consumer Protection Bill, […]

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Loss Of Ice Cover In The Arctic Sea

The National Centre of Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR) recently found the largest decline in the Arctic Sea ice as seen in last 41 years due to global warming in July 2019. Between 1979 and 2018, NCPOR noted that the sea ice has seen a declination at a rate of […]

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Introduction to Fundamental Rights

The fundamental rights are defined as the basis humar rights of all citizens. These rights, defined in part 3rd of the constitution. Applied irrespective of caste, creed, place of birth, religion etc. They are enforceable by the court, subject to specific restrictions. What is the purpose of fundamental rights ? […]

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Standard of Living

A standard of living is the level of wealth, comfort, material goods, and necessities available to a certain socioeconomic class or a certain geographic area. The standard of living includes […]

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Finance Commission

What is the Finance Commission? The Finance Commission is a constitutional body formed every five years to give suggestions on centre-state financial relations. Each Finance Commission is required to make recommendations on: (i) sharing of central taxes with states, (ii) distribution of central grants to states, (iii) measures to improve […]

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Problem of Food Wastage in India

Food is the most fundamental among the essential necessities of life . Food squander is the serious issue in our nation which brings down country head with disgrace because numerous individuals passes on every day because of craving. FOOD WASTAGE Food wastage primary rotates around any type of food , […]

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Podcasts I Love

“Journalists have linked this online podcasting boom to the ubiquity of smartphones, time spent in transit, and online music services. Others attribute it to the brain-stimulating and addictive effects of audio learning, or the multitasking potential of listening. The beauty is in the overlap.” Jeff Desjardins, Editor-in-Chief of Visual Capitalist […]

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Cronyism

“It’s the most familial-based societies where the sense of obligation is strongest, that breed the worst nepotism and cronyism.” Franklin Foer Nepotism“The practice among those with power and/or influence of favouring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs or opportunities.” Favouritism“The practice of giving unfair preferential treatment to one […]

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