Notes on The Indian Council Act (1909) or Morley-Minot Reforms. As per the Act of 1909 membership of the Legislative Council at the Centre increased from 16 to 60. Membership also increased in provincial legislatures and was limited at 50 in the provinces of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay.
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Notes on The Government of India Act, 1935. The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms of 1919 had brought a large scale discontentment among the people of India. The Non-Cooperation Movement launched by Gandhi had fanned the fire of this discontentment.
Little known information on Mahatma Gandhi NREG Act. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act aims at enhancing the livelihood security of people in rural areas by guaranteeing hundred days..
860 words essay on Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act. Under the Act, the Right to Education of persons with disabilities until 18 years of age has also been made a fundamental right.
The Indian Parliament met in a joint session on March 26, 2002, only the third time in the history of independent India, to pass the controversial Pota (Prevention Of Terrorism Ordinance) aimed at tackling the growing menace of terrorism in the country.
The opening of a one – act play should be such as to ensure a gripping effect through a diversity of means. The form of the one-act play is capable of much greater variety.
Poet Longfellow preached this doctrine of vigorous action. He asks us not to trust the future, however pleasant; he advises us to forget the past that has ceased to be an active force in life. He urges upon us the need for working in the actual present,—for the present alone is alive with all its […]
In Indian context the nexus between politicians, bureaucrats, criminals and Police is known clumsy fact. Corruption has rooted in all walks of life. Every wing of the administration is rotten with corrupt practices.
The most serious treat to wildlife is posed by habitat destruction. Expanding agriculture, industry and urbanization etc. are the causes of this destruction.
In August 1935, the British gove3rnment announced the Government of India Act. The main provisions of this act were: India was to become a federation if more than 50 per cent of the Princely States decide to join it.