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Causes of World war -|

European Alliances and Counter – Alliances In 1900 five of the European Great powers were divided into two armed camps.One camp consisted of the Central powers-Germany, Australia-Hungary and Italy.Under the guidance of Bismarck,they had formed the Triple Alliance in 1882.The understanding was that Germany and Austria would help each other.The […]

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Monsoon

The word ‘monsoon’ has been derived from the Arabic word ‘Mausim’ which means ‘Season’. Originally,the word ‘monsoon’ was used by Arab navigators several centuries ago,to describe a system of seasonal reversal of winds along the shores of the Indian Ocean, especially over the Arabian sea.It blows from the south – […]

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Central Government

The central Government is the supreme government in our country.The head quarter of the Central Government is at New Delhi. Articles 52 to 78 in part V of Indian Constitution deals with the Union Executive.Our Constitution provides for a democratic form of government.The markers of the Indian constitution, by giving […]

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Tax

The origin of the word “tax” is from “taxation,” which means an estimate.Taxation is a means by which goverments finance their expenditure by imposing charges on citizens and corporate entities.The main purpose of taxation is to accumulate funds for the functioning of the government machinery.Tax has come into forefront on […]

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Jeon Jungkook The South Korean Singer

STAGE NAME: Jung kook NICK NAME: Golden maknae ,kookie,bunny BIRTH DATE: September 1,1997. FAMILY: He belongs to a simple South Korean family and in his family,he has people including him.His parents and one elder brother Jeon Jung-Hyung. OCCUPATION: Singer,Song writer. YEARS ACTIVE: 2013 – Present BORN COUNTRY: South Korea BORN […]

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Water Resource

Water is the precious gift of nature to humankind and millions of other species living on the earth. Tamil Nadu constitutes 4% of India’s land area and is inhabited by 6% of India’s water resources.More than 95% of the surface water and 80% of the ground water have already been […]

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The Eastern Ghats

Unlike Western Ghats,Eastern Ghats is a discontinuous and irregular one.It is dissected at many places by the rivers,which drain into the Bay of Bengal.Its height ranges from 1,100 to 1,600 m.These hills separate the Kalrayan,Kollimalai and Pachamalai are the major hills of the Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu and are […]

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Western Ghats

Western Ghats extends from the Nilgiris in the north to Marunthuvazh Malai at swamithope in Kanyakumari district in the south.Height of the Western Ghats ranges from 2,000 to 3,000 metres.It covers an area of about 2,500 sq.km.Though the western Ghats is a continuous range ,it has some passes.The passes are […]

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The Maruthu Brothers (Periya Maruthu &Chinna Maruthu)(1748-1753)

Periya Maruthu or Vella Maruthu (1748-1801) and his younger brother Chinna Maruthu (1753-1801)were able generals of Muthu Vadugar of sivagangai.After Muthu Vadugar’s death in the Kalaiyar Kovil battle Maruthu brothers assisted in restoring the throne to velunachiyar .In the last year’s of the eighteenth century Maruthu Brothers organised resistance against […]

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Revolt of puli Thevar 1755-1767

In March 1755 Mahfuzkhan (brother of Nawab of Arcot)was sent with a contingent of the company army under colonel Heron to Tirunelveli.Madurai easily fell into their hands.Thereafter colonel Heron was urged to deal with puli Thevar as he continued to defty the authority of the company.Puli Thevar wielded much influence […]

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Rebellion of veerapandya kattabomman 1790-1799

Veerapandya kattabomman Veerapandya kattabomman became the palayakkar of panchalamkurichi at the age of thirty on the death of his father,Jagavira Pandya kattabomman.The company’s administrators James London and Colin Jackson ,had considered him a man of peaceful disposition.However ,soon several events led to conflicts between veerapandya kattabomman and the East India […]

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Periyar E.V.Ramasamy

Periyar E.V.Ramasamy(1879-1973)was the founder of the self-respect movement.He was the son of a wealthy businessman in Erode,venkatappa and chinna Thayammal.Though possesing little formal education ,he engaged in critical discussions with scholars ,who used to be patronised by his devout father.As  a young man,he once ran away from home and spent […]

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