Arab and Turkish Invasions

Turkish Invasions The Turks got the upper hand over the caliph of Baghdad in the 8th and 9th centuries. They were more aggressive than Arabs. They extended their dominion beyond Sind and... Read more »

Measurement and Measuring Instruments

Unit A unit is the standard quantity with which unknown quantities are compared. For example Kilogram is the unit of measuring Weight. SI system of Units Derived Quantities and their Units Fundamental... Read more »

Arab and Turkish Invasions

Prophet Mohammed Founder of Islam the Prophet Muhammad preached the worship of a single God, Allah. Muhammad was an Arab by language and culture and a merchant by profession. Around 612, Muhammad... Read more »

UPSC prelims question paper 2019 -FUll GS

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Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks

Introduction : 1.The Indian Patents and Designs Act, 1911, (Act II of 1911) replaced all the previous Acts of patents in India.This Act brought patent administration under the management of Controller of... Read more »

India – Bangladesh Relationship – Continue

Other Cooperation #Land Boundary Agreement(LBA) Brief History Attempts have been made to arrive at a comprehensive settlement of the land boundary between India and Bangladesh (the erstwhile East Pakistan) since 1947. The... Read more »

India – Bangladesh Relationship – Continue

Why Bangladesh is important to North East States of India ? Ports – The nearest port for the Northeast is Kolkata. Kolkata is 1500 km from Aizawl and Agartala. Not just the... Read more »

INDIA – BANGLADESH RELATIONSHIP

History of Relationship 1971 : Mukti Bakini (The Mukti Bahini, also known as the Bangladesh Forces, was the guerrilla resistance movement formed by the Bangladeshi military, paramilitary and civilians during the War... Read more »

INDIA-BHUTAN RELATIONSHIP

History of Relationship =>In the initial days India followed a “buffer strategy” with Bhutan 1947 : India-Bhutan Friendship Treaty – According to this treaty India was mandated to guide Bhutan’s Foreign policy... Read more »

INDIA -AFGANISTAN RELATIONSHIP

The major reason why India do not had meaningful relationship was lack of connectivity. History of Relationship 1979 – Soviet invasion of Afganistan 1992- Soviet Withdrew,,this resulted into weak mujahidin rule in... Read more »