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BJP-PDP Alliance Ends

Indian politics can spring surprises from political bickering, power sharing arrangements to forming unusual alliances. In 2014, after BJP won the General elections with a comprehensive mandate, the party went on to record its highest tally in the J&K State Assembly elections, while Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) emerged as the single largest party in the valley. However, all sections of the political class and society were left dazed and confused, when BJP extended its support [...]

Delhi University Cut off 2018 For Science, Commerce and Arts

The wait is over! Finally, the much anticipated Delhi University Cut-off 2018 for Commerce, Arts, and Science was released by the University of Delhi on Monday night. This year the cut-offs have not changed significantly compared to last year. There has been a slight increase of 0.25%-0.75% in some of the courses, while in some other courses the cut-off was unchanged from previous year across 77 affiliated colleges of the prestigious Delhi University. DU Commerce [...]

problems of public sector enterprises in india

Public Sector Undertaking banks are a major component of the Indian Banking sector. The Government of India owns the majority stakes in all the 21 PSU Banks in the country. PSU banks own nearly 70% of the banking assets in the country. Banks have played an important role even though they have suffered losses in the recent years. In the last fiscal year, the banks registered a loss in excess of 62000 crores. The situation [...]

UPSC Civil Services Exams Prelims and Mains

History is a major subject for lakhs of aspirants preparing for the UPSC Civil Services Exams (CSE). The subject is a major component of both UPSC CSE Prelims and Mains examination. The History section of UPSC CSE focuses on the prehistoric, ancient, medieval, and Modern history of India and the sub-continent traces the origins of early civilisation, the inception, growth and expansion of kingdoms and empire. Sometime, it becomes difficult for the aspirants to prepare [...]

Afghanistan tour of India History in the making

Afghanistan cricket team is set to create a history on June 14, as the war-torn country ventures into the world of Test Cricket as a full-fledged International Cricket Council (ICC) member against India at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Afghanistan Cricket has traversed a long way in a short span of time from the formation of Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) in 1995 to becoming a full-fledged ICC member nation in June 2017. Now, the [...]

UPSC Civil Services Examination Geography Syllabus

Geography is an important subject for the UPSC Civil Services Exams aspirants, with the subject being a core component of the Prelims and Mains, as well as an Optional subject in the Mains. The subject focuses on India and the world’s physical features and atmosphere and human effect on the same, while discussing the distribution of resources, population, and economics. Geography is often considered as the most scoring subject, as the nature of questions pertaining [...]

UPSC Civil Services Examination History Syllabus

History is one of the core subjects in the Civil Services Examinations, with the subject being an integral part of the Prelims and Mains exams. Regardless of the aspirants liking or disliking for the subject, they have to prepare the subject if they aspire to crack the Civil Services examinations. From memorising the names of historical characters to the places of historical significance in an Indian context, covering the ancient, medieval, and modern history of [...]

Why is football not popular as cricket in India

“Please come and support us, encourage us, watch us, abuse us, criticise us. Football in India needs you.” This appeal made by Indian football captain Sunil reverberated across various social media platforms. The emotional plea made by Indian Football team’s captain Sunil Chhetri not only showed the angst of the player but also of the plight of Indian football. Indian football team was once among the best teams in Asia, if not the world, but [...]

Exam Syllabus For UPSC

Union Public Service Commission Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is India’s foremost central organisation responsible for conducting examinations for and appointment to the All India Services and Group A and B staff for central services. The provision for UPSC is enshrined in the Part IV of Indian Constitution. The Articles from Article 315 to Article 323 in Part IV requires the government to constitute a Public Service Commission for the Union as well as all [...]

5 Years of Vasundhara Raje : Report card

The Chief Ministerial seat in the state of Rajasthan has continuously changed hands between Bharatiya Janata Party’s Vasundhara Raje and Congress’ Ashok Gehlot in the last 20 years. The electorates of Rajasthan have not voted the incumbent government to power in nearly last three decades. Vasundhara Raje led a successful campaign against the incumbent Ashok Gehlot during the 2013 State Legislative Assembly elections, where the state recorded its highest voter turnout with 74 per cent [...]

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