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What is an Aim? An aim is a goal in life or objective that a person wishes to achieve. An aimless person is similar to a ship without a rudder. Aim encourages you in attempting or aspiring to accomplish something. Having a future life aim aids in the definition of one’s existence. Having the right aRead more
Rise of extremism or Militant Nationalism: The political events between 1892 to 1905 disappointed the nationalists made them think of more radical politics called Extremism or Militant Nationalism. The Indian Councils Act of 1892 was a complete disappointment. On the other hand, even the existing poRead more
Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region: Recently, Ministry of Earth Sciences’ (MoES) released a report titled ‘Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region’. It is a first-ever attempt to document and assess climate change in different parts of India. The report highlights the obRead more
Recently, Centre has released ‘Guidelines for Evaluation of Nano-based Agri-input and food products’ in India. Nanotechnology refers to a field of applied science and technology whose unifying theme is the control of matter on the molecular level in scales smaller than 1 micrometre, normally 1 to 10Read more
Lunar Polar Exploration (LPE) Mission: Recently, details of Joint Lunar Polar Exploration (LPE) mission were released by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). It was conceptualized as joint mission between JAXA and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 2017 which aims to put a lander andRead more
ARHCS: Recently, the Cabinet approved the development of Affordable Rental Housing Complexes (ARHCs) for urban migrants and the poor as a sub-scheme under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban). Scheme: ARHCs shall be developed for exclusive use as rental housing for a minimum period of 25 years, usRead more
Trade Winds: The trade winds are winds that reliably blow east to west just north and south of the equator. There is a more or less regular inflow of winds from subtropical high-pressure belts to equatorial low-pressure belts. These tropical winds have a north-easterly direction in the northern hemiRead more
Ramsar Sites in India: There are a total of 39 Ramsar sites in India. Recently, Kabartal Wetland (Bihar) and Asan Conservation Reserve (Uttarakhand) have been designated as Ramsar sites, making them Wetlands of International Importance. Kartal Wetland (Bihar): Also known as Kanwar Jheel, it cRead more
About Birds of Prey: Birds of prey, also known as raptors, include species of birds that primarily hunt and feed on vertebrates that are large relative to the hunter. Millions of birds live all over the world. Ducks, pigeons, pheasants, passerines (perching little birds!) but none are termed birds oRead more
Sitanavasal paintings: Sittanavasal Cave also known as Arivar Koil is a Jain complex of caves in the Sittanavasal village of Tamil Nadu. These are examples of rock-cut architecture based on Jain thoughts and ideologies. They have a close form of Ajanta and Bagh caves. The name Sittanavasal has diverRead more