1. Analyse the special features of the Indian Federalism which make it differ from other federations of the world. Ans: The special features of Indian Federalism which make it different from other federations of the world are: Unlike other federations, in India, the Centre is more powerful than the States. The Union List has more […]
Early Life and Works of Ambedkar Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in December 1891 in the Mahar Community, an untouchable caste of Maharashtra. After receiving his early education at Satna and Bombay, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar went to Columbia University for higher studies, where he obtained both Master and Philosophy Doctorate Degrees. He even conducted research
The main rivers of the Peninsular Plateau begin from the Western Ghats and flow in a west-east direction to connect with the Bay of Bengal. The Peninsular India’s main watershed is formed by the Western Ghats. These Ghats lie very close to the western coast. The most important Peninsular Rivers like the Mahanadi, the Godavari,
India’s Foreign Policy India’s Foreign Policy regulates India’s relations with other states of the world in promoting its national interests. A number of factors such as geography, history and tradition, political organization, social structure, international milieu, economic position, military strength, public opinion, and leadership in different organizations determine India’s relations with other countries. Principles of
Federalism Class 10 Questions and Answers What is Federalism? Federalism is the system of government in which power is constitutionally divided between the national or central government and various regional units. What are the Key Features of Federalism? The Key Features of Federalism are: 1. There are two or more tiers of levels of government.
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1. Brahmaputra River Originates From Which Glacier? Answer: The Brahmaputra River originates from the Chemayungdung Glacier in Tibet. 2. Where Do The River Indus And Ganga Have Their Origin? Answer: The River Indus has its origin in Glacier Bokhar Chu in the Tibet region at an altitude of 4164m in the Kailash Mountain Range. The
The Himalayan Rivers System Three major rivers of the Himalayas are the Indus, the Ganga, and the Brahmaputra which have its origin on the southern slopes of the Tibetan Highlands. They first flow parallel to the mountains and then take a sudden bend towards the south cutting deep gorges in the Himalayan ranges. The gorges
Class 9 Social Science Question Answer 1. Discuss the westward expansion of white settlers in America. Solution: After the American War of Independence the westward movement of white settlers began. The early 19th century saw the movement of 700000 settlers through passes onto the Appalachian plateau. The country of America seemed to be a land
Challenges to Indian democracy: Population explosion Poverty and unemployment Illiteracy and ignorance The low status of women Corruption or anti-social practices Terrorism and insurgency Regionalism and linguism Casteism and Communalism These are a few lists of the challenges faced before the democracy of India. The challenges to democracy exist in almost every democratic country not