• Constitutional Bodies0

    A constitutional body in India is a group or institution that was created in accordance with the Indian Constitution. They cannot be established or altered other than by the passage of a constitutional amendment bill, not an Act of Parliament. The Indian Constituent Assembly’s members recognised the need for autonomous organisations that could oversee areas

  • Indian National Movement Phase III0

    The Indian Nationalist Movement Phase lll [1917-1947] is known as the Gandhian era. During this period Mahatma Gandhi became the undisputed leader of the Indian Nationalist Movement Phase lll. His principles of nonviolence and Satyagraha were employed against the British Government. In 1918, Gandhi undertook a fast unto death for the cause of Ahmedabad Mill Workers

  • Religious Movement
    (Jainism and Buddhism)

    The two most influential reform movements were Jainism and Buddhism. The cleansing and release of the soul from the never-ending cycle of death and rebirth are the central concerns of both Jainism and Buddhism. The religious unrest in India in the sixth century was a crucial factor in the development of Jainism and Buddhism. Religious

  • Center-State Relations0

    The Indian constitution, while referring to center-state relations, divides all legislative, executive, and financial authority between the national government and the states. The “Center State relations,” which are the cornerstone of Indian federalism, are governed by the Constitution’s provisions. 1. Which of the following is a unitary elements in Indian Federal System? 1. Decentralisation of

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    When dangerous substances are introduced into the ecosystem, pollution occurs. Pollutants are these damaging substances. Pollutants can be organic substances, like volcanic ash. They may also be the result of human activities, such as garbage or factory runoff. Air, water, and land quality are all harmed by pollutants. 1. Human made pollutants are called (a)

  • Indian National Movement Phase II0

    Indian National Movement Phase ll started from (1905-1919) a period of extremism The British government’s administration and policies in India were not challenged by the Congress in any of their petitions. As time went on, the young Indians began to lose hope in the constitutional process and moved closer to a road of violence. During