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Government of India Act 1919, Features, Provisions, Conclusion & Drawbacks

Government of India Act 1919 The Government of India Act of 1919 created the Public Service Commission for the first time in India. The Councils Act of 1919, also known as the Government of India Act of 1919, had as its main objective to promote Indian participation in politics. A dual system of governance was […]

Prime Ministers of India List from 1947 to 2023, Tenures and Facts

Prime Ministers of India List List of Prime Ministers of India: In India, the executive department of the government is headed by the Prime Minister. Along with serving as the president of India’s Council of Ministers, the prime minister also serves as his top advisor. The Prime Minister (PM) must be a member of the […]

Important Articles of Indian Constitution, Complete List

Important Articles of Indian Constitution Important Articles of Indian Constitution: The Indian Constitution consists of 448 Articles divided into 25 parts, 12 schedules, and 5 appendices, with more than 100 changes. A constitutional article is a set of guidelines that spells out a law or group of laws; these articles cover topics like the political […]

What Makes India a Federal Country?

What Makes India a Federal Country? Introduction There are two independent centers of power in a federation system, each with its own jurisdiction. In a federal system, as opposed to a unitary one, sovereignty is constitutionally divided between two territorial levels, allowing each level to act alone in specific circumstances. There are two kinds of […]

Freedom Fighters of India 1857-1947, List, Names, Contribution

Freedom Fighters of India Freedom Fighters of India: The true heroes of India are the freedom fighters. The freedom we possess was not always possible. Behind this liberation is the battle of our freedom fighters, who sacrificed their own lives for India, their motherland, without regard for their own safety. Behind the 15th of August, […]

Bhagat Singh Biography, History, Death, Information, Facts

Bhagat Singh History One of the most important revolutionaries in the Indian Nationalist Movement is Bhagat Singh. On September 28, 1907, Kishan Singh and Vidyavati gave birth to Bhagat Singh in Banga, Lyallpur District (now Pakistan). When he was born, his uncles Ajit and Swaran Singh, as well as his father Kishan Singh, were all […]

All-India Trade Union Congress, Introduction, History, Creation and Split

All India Trade Union Congress The AITUC’s complete name is the All India Trade Union Congress. The second-largest trade union organisation in India after the Indian National Trade Union Congress, it is the country’s first Central Trade Union. This article’s essential subject is AITUC for the UPSC Exams. Read about: Asiatic Society All India Trade […]

Communist Movement in India History, Objective, Cases & Impact

Communist Movement in India The Communist Movement in India was established following the second Commintern Conference by M.N. Roy, Abani Mukherji, and others. It was established in Tashkent in 1920. (now the capital of Uzbekistan). The first chosen Commintern leader was M.N. Roy. Parties for workers and peasantry proliferated across the nation, disseminating Marxist and […]

Anushilan Samiti, Background, Founder, Members & Revolutionary Activities

Anushilan Samiti A group called Anushilan Samiti advocated using revolutionary violence to overthrow the British Empire in India during the first three decades of the 20th century. It had two branches: the Jugantar Group in Kolkata and the Dhaka Anushilan Samiti in Dhaka. The Samiti was influenced by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s “Anandmath,” as well as […]

Indian National Movement Phases From 1857-1947 in Chronological Order

Indian National Movement Indian National Movement helped to unite disparate people and social groups into one nation, shaping an important period of Indian history. Awareness began to emerge with the growth of English education in a few important urban areas, including Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay, in the late 19th century. Intellectuals at the time opposed […]