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“We believe when we see; We learn when we do…”. Our ancestors had handed over the planet Earth to us, so cool and green. We are polluting the environment—sometimes intentionally, sometimes ignorantly. Pollution is one of the current evils brought about by the growth of science and technology. It harms the health and well being […]

Withdrawal of Provisions of Article 370 and Article 35A

India is the biggest democracy of the world. A democracy is known for its multiculturalism, multidimensional approach, compromise and accommodation. A democracy’s most important feature is equality embedded with justice. Unlike all these terms which are used coterminously with democracy one feature is not considered that important—unpredictability. A communist and autocratic government works in a […]


Vocational education is the skill based training provided to students through diverse courses available in several fields such as health care, banking and finance, computer technology, trade, tourism and so on. The education imparted to the students focuses more on providing manual training and giving more practical exposure. Every industry or company today is looking […]


It took India 82 years to transit from an opaque system of governance, legitimised by the colonial Official Secrets Act, to one where citizens can demand the right to information. The enactment of the Right to Information Act 2005 marked a significant shift for Indian democracy, for, the greater the access to information, the greater […]


The maxim of ‘Look before you leap’ advises that we should look deeply upon the matter and think over on how it is to be done, before we begin to act. It also warns that if we do not do so, we are in for trouble after having done it wrongly. The maxim is applicable […]


“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” —Kofi Annan, Former Secretary General of the UN Knowledge is awareness of knowing about ‘what, why, when, where and how’ of anything. It is power. Power is of two kinds: one physical and the other intellectual. The […]

Indian National Movement

Introduction India has always been a source of great inspiration for the world at large for her fabulous wealth, abundant natural resources and her spiritual troves. It attracted both traders and invaders along with preachers and seekers in search of truth and salvation. All of them came through land routes by undertaking long and hazardous […]


Post-Liberalisation Era Prof. V.P. Gupta Director Rau’s IAS Study Circle, New Delhi – Jaipur – Bengaluru “I do not minimise the difficulties that lie ahead on the long and arduous journey on which we have embarked. But as Victor Hugo once said, ‘No power on earth can stop an idea whose time has come.’ I […]


The Constituent Assembly took more than two years to arrive at a final decision with respect to the provisions dealing with citizenship. This was mainly due to some special problems created by the Partition of India as well as the presence of a large number of Indians abroad. Between 1947 and 1949, millions of people […]