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The President – Election – 1

Introduction Articles 52 to 78 in Part V of the Constitution deal with the Union executive. The Union executive consists of the President, the Vice-President, the Prime Minister, the council of ministers and the attorney general of India. The President is the head of the Indian State. He is the first citizen of India and […]

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South East Asia Geography – 3

INDONESIA Indonesia formally know as Netherland east India if an archipelago which is extending from Malayasia to new guinea it is a chain of islands which is stretching through 55 degrees of longitude on both sides of equator. In these islands the main products of trade are sugarcane, rubber, tea, coffee, quinine, palm oil, coconut […]

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South East Asia Geography – 2

Thailand (Siam) Physical features of thailand : The country had an area of 2 Lakh sq.miles. it is the most rice producing through some parts are hilly and mountainous. The country has broadly 2 seasons dry and wet. The Population : In 1967 total population was 32 Lakh which consisted of Chinese, Muslim Malays and […]

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South East Asia Geography – 1

The Land And The People : Philippine island like south of Formosa are mountainous. In these islands there are many extinct and active volcanoes. The largest volcanoes are those of Luzon and Mindanao. The total area of these island is about ¼ of Japan in the western part of these island wet and dry seasons […]

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The Vedic literature

Vedic culture – Culture represented in vedas. The word vedas is derived from ‘vidi’ which means to know. Vedas are transferred from one generation to other verbally, and therefore it is also called as shruti or Revelation. The vedic literature is divided into 4 Vedas Brahmanas Aranyakas Upanishads The vedas: : They are divided into […]

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DECLINE OF THE MAURYAN EMPIRE

DECLINE OF THE MAURYAN  EMPIRE The reason for the decline of the Mauryan Empire are as follows Partition of Mauryan Empire It is the immediate cause for the decline of the Mauryan dynasty After the death of Asoka Mauryan Empire was divided into two halves.It made the dynasty weak Had the partition not taken place […]

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Directive Principles of State Policy – 2

CRITICISM OF THE DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES 1. No Legal Force The Directives have been criticised mainly because of their non-justiciable character. While K T Shah dubbed them as ‘pious superfluities’ and compared them with ‘a cheque on a bank, payable only when the resources of the bank permit’, Nasiruddin contended that these principles are ‘no better […]

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Directive Principles of State Policy – 1

The Directive Principles of State Policy are enumerated in Part IV of the Constitution from Articles 36 to 511. The framers of the Constitution borrowed this idea from the Irish Constitution of 1937, which had copied it from the Spanish Constitution. Dr B R Ambedkar described these principles as ‘novel features’ of the Indian Constitution. […]

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Functions of an Archaeologist

Other functions: Other than, the general branches of study, an archaeologist can specialise in the study of a specific historic period (Biblical, Classical, Medieval archaeology, and so on) or geographical location such as Egyptology (study of Egyptian civilizations), Sinology (study of Chinese history), and so on. They can also gain expertise in a particular area […]

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Fundamental Duties in the Indian Constitution

Though the rights and duties of the citizens are correlative and inseparable, the original constitution contained only the fundamental rights and not the fundamental duties. However, they incorporated the duties of the State in the Constitution in the form of Directive Principles of State Polity. Later in 1976, the fundamental duties of citizens were added […]

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