History of MSP

MSP refers ‘Minimum Support Price’, which is a floor price or minimum price for a crop decided by government of India. It was first implemented in 1966-1967 for wheat and rice. Currently it covers 23 crops. MSP is probable the most trending word for 2021. Amid protest in Delhi, there is lot of debates and […]

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Farm Laws, 2020 Explained

Three farm reform bills were passed by Indian parliament in September. Since its passage it has created a lot controversy in India, especially in northern agriculturally rich state of Punjab and Haryana. Thousand of Farmers are protesting on border of National Capital, Delhi. Farmers with their families and tractors are marching toward Delhi. Government has […]

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India Pride Project.

India Pride Project (IPP) is a group of art enthusiasts who uses social media to identify stolen religious artefacts from Indian temples and secure their return. Co-founded in 2014 by two Singapore-based art enthusiasts, S. Vijay Kumar and Anuraag Saxena, it now has activists from all over the world. Dancing Shiva: In 2014, it helped […]

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Modi Sarkar 2.0.

As the results of the much anticipated Lok Sabha elections in India unfold themselves , it is clear that Narendra Damodardas Modi is all set to occupy the Prime Minister’s chair of India once again. In this avatar of Modi 2.0, BJP is looking set to get a majority on its own and NDA as […]

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History of Fancy Political slogans

#Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan Perhaps the first post-independence political slogan that caught the popular imagination. Coined in 1965 against the backdrop of war with Pakistan and a food crisis, the slogan got the nation to rally behind the Congress government. Congress retained power in the 1967 polls. #Garibi Hatao Congress won the general elections in […]

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Kasol:: Mini Israel in India

Why Kasol is known as Mini Israel? Not only Kasol but many areas such as Kangra, Dharamshala, old Manali, Vashistha are some other places have a good number of Jews footprint from Israel. According to some estimation around 70%, foreign visitors of these place are Israelis. According to the sources the Israelis are moving in […]

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