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Pollution

Pollution is the containment of material particles or energy into the natural environment, causing adverse effects on the ecosystem. Types of pollution (1) Air Pollution: It occurs when any harmful gas, dust smoke enters the atmosphere and makes it difficult to survive living organisms like plants, animals, and human beings […]

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Communicable Diseases

These are the diseases that may pass or carry from one human or animal to other. Communicable diseases are illnesses caused by grams such as bacteria, viruses, and spread by an infected person, animal, or object to other person. Viral Diseases: The virus is parasitic which causes several diseases like: […]

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Indian Classical Dances

Dance is an ancient and prominent cultural tradition in India. Folk dances abound all across the country, and huge crowds of people can be found dancing at festivals and weddings. Dance and song feature heavily in Indian cinema (so-called “Bollywood” films), too. But where does Indian dance draw its roots […]

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Indian Fiscal System

It refers to the management of revenue and capital expenditure finances of the state. Fiscal system of a country refers to the revenue and capital resources that can be raised by government, the procedure to be observed in raising and spending funds and in case of a federation such as […]

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Poverty in India

Poverty is a social phenomenon where few sections of society is unable to live sustainable life. Planning Commission(now NITI Aayog) is the aithoriy, which publishes the poverty estimates based on various rounds of National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) on monthly per capita consumption expenditure. In India the poverty line is […]

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Economics

Introduction:- The term economic comes from the ancient Greek word oikonomia means ‘management of a household’. The term economic process refers to those activities, through which goods and services aimed at satisfying human needs, are produced distributed, and used. Economic includes the study of labor, land investment of capital, income, […]

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High Court

Every High Court consisted of a Chief Justice and such other Judges as the President may from time to time deemed necessary to appoint. Thus the Constitution does not specify the strength of a High Court and leaves it to the direction of the President. Accordingly, the President determines the […]

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State Legislature

There is no uniformity in the creation of State Legislature. Most of the states have unicameral system, only seven states Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Utar Pradesh, and Telangana are having bicameral system. Legislative Assembly [Article 170]:- The Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) consist of not more than […]

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Panchayats

Part IX of the Constitution craves a three-fold system of Panchayats namely (a) The village level; (b) The District Panchayats; (c) The intermediate Panchayats which stands between the village and district in the states where the population is above 20lakhs. Composition:- All the seats in a panchayat shall be filled […]

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The State Executive

Our Constitution provides for a federal Government, having separate systems for administration, the Union, and the States. The Constitution comprises provisions for the governance of both. It provides a uniform structure for the state Government, in Part VI of the Constitution, which applies to all the states including the erstwhile […]

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The Comptroller and Auditor- General of India

Another essential office in the Government of India is that of the Comptroller and Auditor- General who controls and checks the financial operation of the entire country [Article 148], at the Union as well as State levels. As observed by Dr. Ambedkar, the Comptroller, and Auditor General of India shall […]

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Powers and Duties of the President of India

Nature of the powers of the President:- The Constitution says that “executive powers of the Union shall be vested in the President”. The President of India shall thus be the head of the “Executive Powers” of the Union. The ambit of the executive powers has been thus explained by our […]

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The President

At the head of the Union Executive stands the President of India. Election of the President of India:- The President of India is elected by indirect election, that is, by an electoral college, by the system of proportional representation using the single transferable vote. The electoral college shall consist of […]

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Drugs effect on Human body

Methodology (i) Introduction (ii) Physical harms of drugs on body (iii) Addiction of drugs (iv) Conclusion (i) Introduction– Different substance affects the body in different ways, but all psychoactive drugs have chemical effects on the human body as well. The short-term effects that occur in drug users depend on the […]

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QUASAI- CONTRACT

Introduction:- There are many situations in which law, as well as justice, require that a person be required to conform to an obligation, although he has neither broken any contract nor committed any tort. Chapter V of the Indian Contract Act deals with the situations under the heading “Of certain […]

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