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Category Archives: India

Major business houses in India

Importance of business houses in India Business Groups are an important part of a nation’s economy and a major contributor to the GDP of the country. The industrial scenario of many developing economies is identified by various business groups. They have been an essential part of the economy ever since the emergence of the industrial activity in the latter half of the nineteenth century. In India, 90% of the businesses are family-owned. They have played [...]

Emergence of E-Way Billing System under GST Regime

  The implementation of the Goods and Service Tax (GST) in India has brought a major change in the functioning of various sectors. It is going to be a year to its launch on July 1 this year and the entire world is witnessing its developments. Since its introduction, many initiatives have been undertaken for the betterment of the country. The introduction of the E-Way billing system is one such initiative under the GST regime. [...]

Dolphin Day

Celebrated on 14th of April every year, Dolphin Day is a day dedicated to one of the cutest and intelligent water mammals, Dolphins. Since the 1990s, this day has been celebrated worldwide to focus on the issue of hunting of dolphins by humans. This day came into existence during the last decade to put a ban on the hunting of the Japanese dolphins. After that, Dolphin Day became an annual festival to celebrate the existence [...]

World Theatre Day

World Theatre Day is celebrated on 27th March, across the world, as the day is marked to spread the message of World Theatre Day International by a world-renowned personality. Every year International Theatre Institute celebrates the annual event across its institute in more than 90 countries, with institutions organising events at their respective centres to ensure the message of World Theatre Day is circulated amongst the masses. In 1961, International Theatre Institute initiated the World [...]

Water Crisis in Maharashtra and Rajasthan

The water crisis in India is one of the major issues tormenting developing nation, as still millions of people in the country do not have access to safe drinking water and clear water for sanitation purpose. The development and over-population has created a lot of stress on water resources in the country, especially in the states like Maharashtra and Rajasthan. These states are worst affected states in term of drought, as natural condition along with [...]

World Water Day

The world is facing numerous problems. Apart from the rising danger of global warming, a major issue of concern is the shortage of water. With the growing population and over-consumption of resources, the scarcity of water has been emerging as a major problem in today’s time. India is also amongst those nations which are likely to face the shortage of water in the upcoming years. As per reports, India now uses more groundwater than China [...]

Shaheed Bhagat Singh

March 23, 1931, will be forever etched on the minds of Indians, as on this day 3 young revolutionaries of the Indian National Movement were hanged till death. Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru were convicted for their involvement in the assassination of assistant superintendent of police John Saunders. The three freedom fighters became an inspiration for the youth of that time, it made the youth of the nation to devote themselves to free the country [...]

Rama Navami

Introduction Rama Navami falls on the ninth day of the Hindu lunar calendar in the month of Chaitra (April according to Gregorian calendar) Thus, it is named as Chaitra Masa Suklapaksha Navami. This festival is a part of Navratri Spring festival. On this day Lord Rama, the son of King Dashratha of Ayodhya was born. Significance Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. Rama Navami holds a great importance for the devotees of the [...]

International Happy Day

“We’ve all been raised on television to believe that one day we’d all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won’t. And we’re slowly learning that fact. And we’re very, very pissed off.” This quote by Chuck Palahniuk seems so appropriate when we think about happiness. We do a lot of things which make us unhappy, but we strive less to make ourselves happy. Happiness can neither be created nor destroyed, it [...]

Pink Line Delhi Metro

With Pink Line metro becoming operational, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has come a long way since the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee inaugurated the first metro line in 2002. Delhi Metro has become part of every Delhiites lifestyle, as with the fast expansion of metro, connectivity has improved significantly even in the remotest corners of Delhi. People can commute easily from one place to another without worrying about the traffic or rising prices of [...]