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Article 17 of the Indian Constitution declares that untouchability is prohibited in all forms and is illegal. The Untouchability Offences Act of 1955 (later renamed… Read More
In 1975, the Chief Minister of Sikkim requested the Indian Parliament to make Sikkim a state of India. After conducting a referendum, where 97.5% of… Read More
The 26th constitutional amendment was passed in 1971. It made many changes to the constitution which also included the abolition of the privy purse system… Read More
E-waste or Electronic pollution is a growing environmental issue as the rapid advancement of technology has led to a significant increase in the production of… Read More
Fountain Pen is writing equipment on paper that consists of liquid ink to write on the paper. There is a storage point that holds the… Read More
After India gained independence it was necessary to improve the economic condition of the country and lead India towards development as the British government left… Read More
RGNIYD (Rajeev Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development) is one of the reputed and famous institutes known for their good quality education in the field… Read More
When it comes to the Static General Knowledge section of Government exams, a wide range of topics may be included. One of the most important… Read More
GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format. GIF is a digital file format developed by CompuServe in 1987 to compress images and short animations without any… Read More
The Panchayati Raj system is an Indian decentralised form of local self-government that attempts to deliver democracy to the people. The word “Panchayati Raj” literally… Read More
Metals and Non-metals are the different forms of materials that are present on earth. Elements further can be subdivided into Metals and Non-Metals depending on… Read More
Facebook is a social media platform that connects people all over the world, allowing them to share information, communicate, and build relationships. The site was… Read More
The government of India has launched many schemes with the aim of welfare. The directive principles of state policy ( DPSP) have suggested the government… Read More
The One Nation One Ration Card scheme has been implemented in all 36 States/UTs in India, enabling eligible beneficiaries covered by the National Food Security… Read More
Ombudsman is an independent official or organization which is appointed to investigate complaints and grievances made by individuals or groups against an organization or government… Read More