Recently, Supreme Court rejected a fresh plea against Article 370 (Jammu and Kashmir special autonomous status) saying that the issues raised in it were already part of the pending pleas. What is Article 370? According to the Constitution of India, Article 370 provides temporary provisions to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, granting it […]
We have seen issues related to data protection in news recently all over the globe. Be it Aadhaar issue of India or The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of European Union. India has 40 crore internet users out of which 25 crores are social media active users, moreover the big data initiative and the recent […]
We know how the British got their strong hold in India. After all the policies and oppressive actions of the British on Indian masses, on the morning of May 11th, 1857 Bahadur Shah Zafar was proclaimed Shahenshah-e-Hindustan and the Sepoy Mutiny happened. Interestingly, there was no direct British Rule in India till this point of time. […]
The English came to India near about 1609, when Captain Hawkins arrived in the court of Jahangir with a mission to establish a factory at Surat, however, due to Portuguese intervention, they couldn’t succeed. Later, they established a factory in Masulipatnam on the South-Eastern coast of India. Slowly and gradually the Company had their foothold in India, esp. Bengal. The English were indulged in lot of wars and battles during this period, be it Carnatic Wars between The British East India Company and The French East India Company or the Seven Years’ War. They not only emerged victorious in these wars but proven to be the most powerful European company in India. Let’s discuss this in detail only on Critical Thinkers India.
In simple English Livestock means farm animals regarded as an asset. It consists of lot of industries, be it Cattle, Poultry or Aqua. It is an important part of Indian economy, almost 21 million people depends on it for their livelihood. India being world’s highest livestock owner, the sector provide employment to approximately 9 per cent of the population here. Lets discuss this in detail only on Critical Thinkers India.
India since ages have and had been an agriculture state. Major professions included textile handicrafts, artisans etc. were the specialty of India. However, in the rule of 200 years the British ruined the Indian agriculture and conquered such a vast country by taxing Indian peasant or Ryot heavily.
We know that the East India Company acquired the Dewani rights (revenue control) of Bengal, Bihar and Odisha after the Battle of Buxar. And that was the start of the new Land Revenue System in India. So, let’s start with the first one i.e., The Permanent Settlement.
Energy sector of India revolves around BLACK GOLD which has dominating use in three sectors i.e., Power, Steel and Cement out of which 68% is used in electricity generation. All of which gives an idea how dependent are we on coal and its applications. We will discuss and try to answer various questions about coal energy in a very concise format. Such as: How does India use coal? What are the disadvantages and advantages of coal? What are the advantages of coal power? What are disadvantages of coal energy? Why coal is a good energy source?
Wild animals often stray in villages and farms in and around protected areas and sanctuaries, causing bloody conflicts. And now increasingly we are seeing wild animals wander into urban areas causing human-animal conflicts.
Every year north India esp. Delhi face hazardous conditions in the form of Smog, which is a concentration form of smoke and fog. As per SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research): The Air quality of Delhi is at the level of approximately 370 µgm-3 (Very Poor) and will jump to severe […]
New stripped-down type of banks, which are expected to reach customers mainly through their mobile phones rather than traditional bank branches. The objective of payments banks is to increase financial inclusion by providing small savings accounts, payment/remittance services to migrant labour, low income households, small businesses, other unorganized sector entities and other users by enabling […]