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  • Can Indian Government repay the External Debt by Printing New Currency?

    Indian government had debt of 529 billion dollar by March 2018 which further reduced to 510.4 billion dollar in December 2018. Now the question arises whether the government of India can print more money to repay this debt or not? Let’s read this article and know the all consequences of printing more money.

    Mar 14, 2019
  • Pi Day 2019: Invention, History and Interesting Facts

    Pi day is observed on 14 March annually and also on this date Albert Einstein was born. It was founded in 1988 by a physicist Larry Shaw. In mid 18th century pi has also been represented by the Greek letter π. Let us study more about pi, its history, invention and some interesting facts about it.

    Mar 14, 2019
  • What is National Highway and Expressway in India?

    Highways and expressways are common terms we use most of the time and also travel across them. But do you know what is highway and expressway, what is the difference between them. Also, which is the longest and shortest highway in India, what are their features etc? Let us study through this article.

    Mar 13, 2019
  • What is the Complete Process to open a Petrol Pump in India?

    Government has made certain rules and regulations to ensure transparency in the allocation of the petrol pumps in the country. In this selection process two rounds of selection are made, if somebody qualifies in the first round only then he/she will be allowed to take part in the second round. In this article we are publishing detailed information about the entire process of opening new petrol pump in India.

    Mar 13, 2019
  • Why does Indian Cricketer's jersey has three stars above BCCI Logo?

    The BCCI logo is derived from the emblem of the “Order of the Star of India”; the British Raj emblem during the colonial period. “Order of the Star of India award” was started in 1861 by the Queen Victoria to please their loyal princes and kings of India during the 1857 war.

    Mar 13, 2019
  • No Smoking Day 2019: History, Date, Health and Significance

    No Smoking Day is an annual event celebrated across the world on second Wednesday of March to help smokers to quit smoking and to educate them about the health hazards of tobacco via smoking. Let us study more about No Smoking Day, its history, celebrations and health effects of tobacco or smoking.

    Mar 13, 2019
  • Why Indian Fugitive Offenders take Shelter in Britain?

    The Fugitive Offenders of India hide in the Britain because the legal system in India and Britain is almost identical. India and Britain signed the extradition treaty in 1992. Last year, India had given a list of 57 fugitives to Britain and Britain has given a list of 17 fugitives to India. In this article we have explained the reasons that why Indian offenders prefers to take shelter in London?

    Mar 12, 2019
  • Interesting facts about One Nation One Card

    One Nation One Card as name suggests is one single card which can be used for various components. It is developed indigenously. This card is launched by PM Narendra Modi in Ahmedabad in Gujarat. Do you know about its features and benefits of the card? Let us study some interesting facts about One Nation One Card through this article.

    Mar 12, 2019
  • World Wide Web: Invention, History and Uses

    The first web browser known as World Wide Web or WWW or W3 is discovered by Tim Berners-Lee in the second half of 1980s. It is basically a system of internet servers that support specially formatted documents. Let us study about World Wide Web in detail whether invention, history, benefits, disadvantages etc. through this article.

    Mar 12, 2019
  • 10 Ecological facts about the World's largest marine protected area

    The world’s largest marine protected area (MPA) is situated in the region of the Antarctica's Ross Sea. It is about 1.5 times the size of the largest national park on land and covers 1.55 million square kilometres, of which 1.12 million square kilometres is fully protected. In this article, we are giving 10 ecological facts on the Antarctica's Ross Sea region which is now designated as the World's largest marine protected area.

    Mar 11, 2019
  • Do you know the security arrangements of the Prime Minister of India?

    The security arrangements for the Prime Minister of India is as stringent as that of any other Head of any State. The responsibility for providing 24 hours’ security to the Prime Minister lies on SPG (Special Protection Group). Let us see further how SPG works, about weapons of SPG, Prime Minister Aeroplane, about Delhi Police role in providing security to the PM etc.

    Mar 11, 2019
  • Do you know the salary of Indian Cricketers?

    Recently, BCCI has doubled the remuneration to be paid to the Indian cricketers in this year. BCCI has divided the contracted players into 4 categories i.e. A+, A, B and C. As per new contract, player of A+ grade will get Rs. 7 cr. per year, A grade player will get Rs. 5 cr. per year and B grade player will get Rs. 3 cr per year while C grade player will get Rs. 1 cr annually.

    Mar 11, 2019
  • What is Permanent Residency Certificate and dispute related to it in North-East?

    Permanent Residency Certificates is a proof of permanent resident of a citizen in a village or town or ward. This certificate is issued for availing domicile linked quotas in government jobs and admission in educational institutions etc. This certificate certifies that a particular person belongs to the state.

    Mar 11, 2019
  • How will expulsion from Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) hurt India?

    Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) is an American business program that offers Duty Free Entry to goods of designated beneficiary countries especially developing countries. The Generalised System of Preferences was established on January 1, 1976 by the Trade Act of 1974. Recently USA excluded India from the list of beneficiaries of this program.

    Mar 8, 2019
  • International Women's Day: Theme, History and Significance

    International Women's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a day when women are recognized for their achievements.This article deals with the history of International women’s day, why it is celebrated, what is the theme of 2017 celebration etc.

    Mar 8, 2019