The Railways Minister is the Cabinet Rank Minister in the Central Government. Asaf Ali was the first Railways Minister of India. He holds the post from Sep 2, 1946, to Aug 14, 1947. Although the post of Railways Minister was not clearly defined at that time because India was still ruled by the British.
ICC Men's ODI Team Rankings 2021: At present, the ICC Men's ODI Rankings 2021 is topped by New Zealand, followed by England, Australia, India and South Africa. Check ICC Rankings 2021 of your favourite ODI team below.
List of Centuries scored by Indians in debut Test match: Lala Amarnath was the first Indian batter to have scored a test century in his debut match against England on 15 December 1933 at Gymkhana Ground in Mumbai (Bombay). To date, 16 Indian cricketers have scored centuries in their debut Test matches.
December is the twelfth and last month of the year. December 21 or 22 (December solstice) marks the beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere. Check below the list of important national and international days in December.
National Milk Day 2021: It is observed on 26 November to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Verghese Kurien, the father of India’s White Revolution. Check here for more details about the day, its history, significance, and white revolution.
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India is the CEO of the Central Bank of India. He is also the Ex-officio Chairman of its Central Board of Directors. Here is a complete list of Governors of the Reserve Bank of India below.
Government Banks, also called Public Sector Banks are those in which the Government of India has the maximum share. Check below the list of the banks that fall under the category of public sector banks.
In the article below know what a Constitution is and what is the difference between the two kinds of Constitution- The Written and the Non-Written. Constitution provides for the laws that are required to govern the land to be followed by both Governor and the Governed. Take a look at the differences between the two categories of the Constitution.
One of the greatest cases in the history of the Indian Judiciary, Executive and legislature that made a shock-absorbent base for the Indian Constitution is the Kesavananda Bharati case of 1973. This case gave the concept of the basic structure of the Constitution. Take a look at the case details below.