Indian Farmers Protest

NO FARMERS NO FOODFarmer unions and their representatives have demanded that the laws be repealed and have stated that they will not accept a compromise. Farmer leaders have welcomed the Supreme Court of India stay order on the implementation of the farm laws but rejected the committee appointed by the Supreme Court. Farmer leaders have... Continue Reading →

Traffic Laws In India

India has the second largest road networks in the world and accounts for 10% of worldwide road fatalities. Laws regulating the traffic on the road are provided under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 is an Act passed by the Parliament of India which came into force from July 1, 1989 and is applicable to the... Continue Reading →

Lok Adalats

NALSA along with other Legal Services Institutions conducts Lok Adalats. Lok Adalat is one of the alternative dispute redressal mechanisms, it is a forum where disputes/cases pending in the court of law or at pre-litigation stage are settled/ compromised amicably. Lok Adalats have been given statutory status under the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987. Under... Continue Reading →

Wine Production

Wine is an alcoholic drink typically made from fermented grapes. Yeast consumes the sugar in the grapes and converts it to ethanol, carbon dioxide and heat. Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts are major factors in different styles of wine. These differences result from the complex interactions between the biochemical development of the... Continue Reading →

Do women talk more than men ?

Sorry to interrupt, dear, but women really do talk more than men (20,000 words a day more to be precise).In The Female Brain, published in 2006, Louann Brizendine, M.D. claimed that women say about 20,000 words a day, while men say about 7,000.[4] This mirrored the stereotype of women talking three times as much as... Continue Reading →

Covid-19 Cases and Fines in India

India has reported 54,069 fresh cases, 6.3% higher than yesterday. This is the second day that India's COVID tally has been higher than that of the previous day's. In the last 24 hours, 1,321 COVID deaths have been reported, taking the caseload and death toll to 30,082,778 and 391,981 respectively, according to the Union health... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus Third Wave

With Covid-19 cases steadily declining and states embracing unlocking, a possible third wave has entered in scientific and public discourse. If a third wave of the pandemic hits India, its impact will largely depend on vaccination coverage, which scientists have emphasised in their finding.Is a third wave of Covid-19 expected in India ?New Delhi [India],... Continue Reading →


Suits is an American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron Korsh. The series premiered on USA Network on June 23, 2011 and is produced by Universal Cable Productions. The series concluded on September 25, 2019 and is now available on Amazon Prime Video, Peacock and Netflix.Suits is set at a fictional New... Continue Reading →

Don’t Even Dare to Rag

Ragging is the term used for the so-called "initiation ritual" practiced in higher education institutions in South Asian countries, including Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The practise is similar to hazing in North America, bizutage in France, praxe in Portugal, and other similar practices in educational institutions across the world. Ragging involves abuse, humiliation,... Continue Reading →

Modern History

Ramkrishna MissionSwami Vivekanand founded the Ramkrishna Mission in 1897 to work for socio-religious reformers. It is also the educational center of the sanyasi of the Ramkishna mission. The childhood name of the Ramkishna was Gadadhar Chattopadhyay. He was born in poor Brahmin family in district Hooghly of West Bengal in 1836. He got very little... Continue Reading →

All About Birth Certification

Birth registration is the first proof that a child exists. It is a first right of a child and establishes his/her own identity. When a child is born, it becomes registered and receives a birth certificate. That's the first legal document. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT ?If you don't know how many children are born, you... Continue Reading →

Jamia Milia Islamia Attack ,2019

The Jamia Millia Islamia attack refers to the forceful entry by Delhi police into the Jamia Millia Islamia university during a confrontation with student protesters that started outside the campus on 15 December 2019. Hundreds of police officers forcefully entered the campus and detained more than a hundred students during the confrontation with the protesters.... Continue Reading →

Indian Democracy

First of all, democracy refers to a system of government where the citizens exercise power by voting. Democracy holds a special place in India. Furthermore, India without a doubt is the biggest democracy in the world. Also, the democracy of India is derived from the constitution of India. After suffering at the hands of British... Continue Reading →

Indian Renaissance

The Indian Renaissance is a remarkable feature of India in the 19th Century. By the beginning of the 19th Century, Indian culture stood completely demoralised against the western culture. The educated Indians lost confidence in their own culture and regard western culture as their ideals. They blindly initiated western race, manners, literature, thought and everything... Continue Reading →

Human Rights

Meaning of Human Rights:Human rights are those rights to which an individual is entitled by virtue of his status as a human being. While civil, political, and socio-economic rights are dependent on an individual's status as a citizen of a particular state, his human rights are not determined by this condition. Thus the scope of... Continue Reading →

Concept Of human Rights

Concept of Human Rights: Human beings are born with certain natural rights. Those rights basic to humanity are termed as 'Human rights'. Broadly speaking they may include the right to life, liberty, property and security of an individual. Social scientists from time immemorial have argued in favour of giving these rights to human rights. Human... Continue Reading →

Modern History- Social and Religious movements

BRAHMO SAMAJThe Brahmo Samaj was established by Raja Rammohan Roy on 20 August 1828 at Calcutta. He was born in 1774 at Radhanagar, a small village in Bengal. He learnt many languages like Arabic, Persian, English, French, Latin, Greek, etc. He also studied several religious philosophies like those of Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sufism. He was... Continue Reading →

New Educational Policy

New education policy is formulated by the government of India aiming towards achieving the policy initiatives by 2030. It is a complete change in the existing education policy which was last implemented in 1986. It is focusing on the self-capabilities of child and concept-based learning, instead of rote learning procedures.The framework of the National Education... Continue Reading →

Status of Women in India

Women are considered as the soul of a society. They are self-trained and self-empowered humans responsible for the moral and overall development of their children. They are a great inspiration to the family and a leading example to the society.The social stratification of women in India considers them as a second rate citizen of the... Continue Reading →

concept of human rights

Human beings are born with certain natural rights. Those rights basic to humanity are termed as 'Human rights'. Broadly speaking they may include the right to life, liberty, property and security of an individual. Social scientists from time immemorial have argued in favour of giving these rights to human rights. Human rights constitute the very... Continue Reading →

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