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Nehruvian Period To Current Scenario Prof. V.P. Gupta, Director, Rau’s IAS Study Circle, New Delhi – Jaipur – Bengaluru This article caters to the International Relations (I.R.) section of General Studies-Paper II and for Essay Paper in UPSC Main Examination There has been a recent controversy in the context of India’s permanent membership to the […]


A vote is a medium through which popular will is expressed. It is used as a means to arrive at a decision peacefully and cordially. The Oxford Thesaurus defines vote ‘as a formal expression of opinion or choice, made by an individual or body of individuals’ and voting ‘as expression of choice and will in […]


Air pollution is one of the biggest global environmental challenges of today. A time bound national level strategy for pan India implementation to tackle the increasing air pollution problem across the country in a comprehensive manner in the form of National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) was launched by Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate […]


There are numerous books which leave an ever lasting impression on us. The significance of books in the lives of humans is like oxygen for the intellect. They shape our minds and hone our skills. They uplift us and make us more productive. My favourite book, ‘Harry Potter’ by J.K. Rowling has had a similar […]


Joy or happiness is a state of mind. It is a feeling that keeps people healthy and fit. There is a famous quote ‘The more you give of yourself, the more you find yourself.’ There are many reasons why giving is important. It is a way to show appreciation, to say thank you, or to […]

Home Rule Movement

The years 1911 to 1914 saw the alienation of the Indian Muslim community from the British government due to the Balkan Wars against Turkey. So far as the Congress was concerned, it was following the usual constitutional policy. Though it did not feel satisfied with the Morley-Minto Reforms, it started working on those reforms under […]

Constitution Of India

Government Of India Act, 1935 The Government of India Act, 1935 was passed in 1935 and came into operation on April 1, 1937. This Act provided for a federation for India in which the Indian States were to join the British India, and granted full provincial autonomy. The Act provided for the political separation of […]