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Author: Nitesh Rana

Consumer Price Index

Consumer Price Index is a measure of the change in prices of market basket of products and services bought by households.  CPI is measure by recording the changes in prices of items which are...

Bank Rate

Bank rate is the rate of interest which a central bank charges on the money borrowed (Loans) by commercial banks from the central bank. The bank rate is known by different names and different...

Golan Heights

The Golan heights or the Syrian Golan is a rocky-plateau in south western Syria. It is internationally recognized as Syrian territory but has been controlled by Israel since 1967. Location Area – 1800 sq...

Trade Unions in India

The growth of Trade Unions in India has been eventful. The whole period upto 1920 to 1947 saw the trade union movement and its leadership flourishing in traditional industries – coal, jute, cotton, postal...

Rowlatt Act

The Rowlatt Act was passed by the Imperial Legislative Council on March18, 1919. This act sought to make the oppressive Defence of India Act, 1915 as permanent. The Defence of India Act was passed...

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E-Waste

Any household or business item containing circuitry or electrical components with either power or battery supply can be termed as E-Waste.  Examples of E waste are TV appliances, computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones, white...

Simon Commission

Simon Commission was a committee of 7 members which was constituted in 1928 to review how the –Mont-Ford constitutional reforms had worked in India and to suggest more reforms. The committee was headed by...