Ancient history of India

From the big bang, the primeval swamp to the Indus Valley Civilization. There is a tendency to sometimes include the Indus Valley Civilization in prehistory, since technically prehistory includes everything that happened before the Word happened. However, technically again the Indus Valley Civilization did have a script, although it has

Govt approves eight FDI proposals worth Rs 1,024 crore

The government has approved eight foreign investment proposals, including plans by L&T Infrastructure Development Projects and Welspun Renewables Energy, totalling Rs 1,024 crore. The proposals were cleared following recommendations from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) headed by Economic Affairs Secretary Arvind Mayaram, the Finance Ministry said. The FIPB referred

Judicial Appointments Commission

■The Judicial Appointments Commission Bill, 2013 was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on August 24, 2013 by the Minister of Law and Justice, Mr. Kapil Sibal. ■The Bill has been introduced in conjunction with the Constitutional (One Hundred and Twentieth Amendment) Bill, 2013, which inserts Article 124A, providing for the

Parliament passes bill that eases rules on narcotics used in palliative care

Experts say pain management in the country will change drastically for the better once the bill is enacted Morphine, a derivative of opium, is the only analgesic known to relieve pain of terminally ill cancer patients. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons) The Rajya Sabha on Friday passed a legislation that will bring

All India Radio News A discussion on “Setting up of equal Opportunities Commission

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NewsServicesDivision of AIR a discussion on “Welfare measures for street vendors.”

NewsServicesDivision of AIR in its “Samayiki” programme brings to you a discussion on “Rehadi Patri Bikretaon Ke Liye Kalyankari Upaay”. Link: In “#Spotlight/ News Analysis” programme we bring to you a discussion on “Welfare measures for street vendors.” Link: The participants are : Brij Kumar Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of

All India Radio News Listen‬ to ‪‎IndiaGlobal‬ Episode on ‪India‬ and The Republic of the Union of ‪#‎Myanmar

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Continuity amid Change in India’s Political Economy from 1980 to 2004

Download PDF version The social coalition that benefited from India’s central government’s economic policies remained unchanged between the pre- and post-economic reforms periods. The economic policies promoted by the central government between 1980 and 2004 – irrespective of the political party heading the Cabinet – mostly benefited the middle class