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Since rights and obligations are correlated, Part IV-A of the Indian Constitution has given its citizens access to a number of essential obligations. Therefore, these… Read More
India has always been a rich cultural and historical heritage country, officially called the Republic of India. It’s in South Asia and is the seventh-largest… Read More
What is Bill?                    A bill is said to be a draft of legislation that can be… Read More
Daimabad In the year 1958 Daimabad was founded by Mr. B.P. Bopardikar. Upon being excavated at 3 sites this location was then explored by the… Read More
Facts Related to Anti-Narcotic Scheme: India’s approach towards Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances is included in Article 47 of the Indian constitution which states that… Read More
Article 110 of the Indian Constitution defines a money bill. Money bills deal with money-related issues like taxation, government spending, etc. The bill is essential… Read More
Unlike earlier peasant movements, which developed from rural dissatisfaction, peasant movements in the twentieth century were regulated by national independence struggles. During this period, the… Read More
Buddhism is one of the oldest and more prominent religions in the world. Buddhism was founded in the 6th century BC by Gautama Buddha. Originally… Read More
According to the Representation of People Act, 1951, a candidate requires to deposit a certain sum of money as security to contest a Parliamentary or… Read More
The revenue system of the Delhi Sultanate was founded on the Hanafi school of thought’s taxation doctrine, which regulated the imposition of taxes such as… Read More
Introduction of the SEBI:              SEBI commonly known as the Securities and Exchange Board of India is a regulatory body… Read More
Introduction to SIDBI:           SIDBI commonly known as the Small Industries Development Bank of India, was established as a statutory body… Read More
For some years, the government and the general public have been paying close attention to administrative tribunals in India. Administrative Tribunals were established in India… Read More
The Nano Mission was introduced by the Indian government in May 2007 as an “umbrella capacity-building program“. It was launched with an allocation of Rupees… Read More
Jurisdiction and Its Types: The word jurisdiction has its roots in Latin, a combination of “Juris” meaning “law” and “Dicere” meaning “to speak”. Hence, the… Read More

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