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Be the next Tim, Martin, Febrice

As Richard Branson rightly said “A business has to be involving. It has to be fun.And it has to be exercise your creative instincts”. The 2021 Startup summit will held on 27th – 29 th August. Not all individual privilege enough to getting opportunity to learn about business, entrepreneurship, investment […]

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Uganda 🇺🇬

The problem has been the supply side,” said Baryomunsi, who is also an epidemiologist. “We have the money but we simply can’t get the vaccine. This is a challenge of access and equity. We have to rely on the western world and the western world has focused on its population. […]

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The risk 2

Labour Productivity in Agriculture Versus Non-agricultureThe National Commission on Enterprises in Unorganised Sector (NCEUS) estimatedthat in 2004-05 the ‘per worker GDP’ (called ‘labour productivity’) in agriculturewas about one-fourth of industrial sector GDP and one-sixth of service sectorGDP. The ratio of labour productivity in agriculture to that in non-agriculture has,in fact, […]

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The risk

As we by now know well, a large number of poor people directly or indirectlydepend on agriculture. Growth in the agricultural sector creates increased demandfor basic rural non-agriculture wage goods and services. Many of these goods aremostly produced and consumed locally. A high growth in agriculture has greatpotential for generating […]

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Javed Akhtar controversial statement

Veteran writer- Lyricist Javed Akhtar trolled for inventing neutral words for Gender equality By Sapnanil konwar, 11th July, 2021 India is facing gender equality since ancient times. Many women can’t work because of patriarchy mindset of Indian society. Indian poet javed akhter who is big advocate for gender equality tried […]

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Note on Judicial review

Judicial review is the doctrine under which legislative and executive actions are subject toreview (and possible invalidation) by the judiciary. Specific courts with judicial review power mustannul the acts of the state when it finds them incompatible with a higher authority (such as the termsof a written constitution). Judicial review […]

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Police administration

Police Commissions at the National and State levels have made several suggestions ‘to make the police efficient, responsive and responsible. But unfortunately on oneconsideration or the other they have not been seriously considered. This indicatesthat police reform is a low priority area in the country. Whatever reforms wereimplemented they were […]

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Function of upsc

Union Public Service Commission is one of the most important institutions of democraticgovernance and has been instrumental in ensuring the constitutional provision of Equality ofOpportunity to all the citizens by adhering to the standards of fairness and honesty in theadministration of its competitive exams. It is abundantly obvious by looking […]

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Role of PMO

The most significant change is probably the way Prime Ministers have become moreinterventionist in the running of Departments and their individual policies. Rather than interveningonly on major issues of policy or strategy, or where Departments were in disagreement, the PrimeMinister (or those acting in his or her name) routinely comment […]

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Role of planning Commission

An organizational structure consists of activities such as task allocation, coordination andsupervision, which are directed towards the achievement of organizational aims. It can also beconsidered as the viewing glass or perspective through which individuals see their organization and itsenvironment. Organizations are a variant of clustered entities. An organization can be […]

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Land settlement

The Indian National Army (INA) or Azad Hind Fauj was an armed force formed byIndian nationalists in 1942 in Southeast Asia during World War II.The aim of the army was to overthrow the British Raj in colonial India, with Japaneseassistance. Initially composed of Indian prisoners of war captured by Japan […]

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Arts student job opportunity

As a arts student your opportunity not limited to Masters in Arts or UPSC and other government exam. Of course they are available for you. Today I will post some more amazing career option which you might not know. MBA/MMS Nowadays top B school are focusing on diversities. If your […]

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Indian National Army

The Indian National Army (INA) or Azad Hind Fauj was an armed force formed byIndian nationalists in 1942 in Southeast Asia during World War II.The aim of the army was to overthrow the British Raj in colonial India, with Japaneseassistance. Initially composed of Indian prisoners of war captured by Japan […]

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Nehru report 1928

The Government of India Act 1919 was essentially transitional in character. UnderSection 84 of the said Act, a statutory Commission was to be appointed at the end of tenyears to determine the next stage in the realization of self-rule in India. Accordingly, theSimon Commission was sent to the Sub-continent under […]

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Do you know why revolt of 1857 Failed?

Reasons for the revolt: the new revenue policy impoverished the peasants wereimpoverished; the English policies of trade and commerce ruined the Indian Industries.Hence a strong resentment developed among the artisans such as the weavers,blacksmiths and carpenters. The English interfered with the customs and traditions of thepeople by enacting laws such […]

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