Vice-President of India

“The sublimity of administration consists in knowing the proper degree of power that should be exerted on different occasions.”– Charles de Montesquieu Introduction The post of Vice-President of India is established on the lines of the American Vice-President. In India, Vice-President is the second-highest office in the country. Article 63 of the Indian Constitution, 1950 … Read more

Battle of Plassey: An Overview

“British rule in India had an unsavoury beginning, and something of that bitter taste has clung to it ever since.” — Jawaharlal Nehru (The Discovery of India) Introduction Bengal in Eastern India was among Asia’s most tranquil and prosperous places and offered a yearly accolade of ten million rupees to the Moghal Court in Delhi … Read more

Hornbill festival cancelled in Nagaland

In a recent incident, armed forces in Nagaland mistakenly shot civilians. As a result, the Hornbill festival has been cancelled. Naga celebrate this festival to revive, sustain, protect, and promote the rich heritage and traditions of the Naga. It is celebrated every year during the 1st – 10th of December. It is also known as … Read more

IISc found Hydrogen Sulphide effective against HIV

In a recent development, the researchers at the Indian Institute of Science have found that using Hydrogen Sulphide in the treatment of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus can show an effective result. It was observed that the Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) has a direct effect on reducing the rate at which the virus multiplies. This technique is … Read more

Qutb Minar Complex: An Introduction to the Heritage of Shahjahanabad

Introduction The Qutb Minar Complex- a UNESCO World Heritage Site is overwhelmed by the mid-thirteenth century stone pinnacle, overshadowing the skyline. It was once crucial for the first metropolitan complex in Delhi, Lal Kot, worked by the Tomar Rajput rulers. Following the triumph of Mahmud of Ghazni over Prithviraj Chauhan, the Turk leaders of Delhi … Read more

Konark Sun Temple: A Remarkable Paradigm of The Kalinga Architecture

Introduction Konark Sun Temple is a thirteenth-century Sun Temple (otherwise called the Black Pagoda), at Konark, in Orissa. It was developed from oxidized and endured ferruginous sandstone by King Narasimhadeva I (1238-1250 CE) of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty. The temple is an illustration of the Orissan engineering of Ganga tradition. The temple is quite possibly … Read more

Heritage in Hyderabad: An Introduction to the Golconda Fort

Introduction Golconda Fort is possibly the most excellent post complex in Indium, which lies on the western edges around 11km from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The historical backdrop of Golconda Fort traces back to the mid-thirteenth century when the Kakatiyas administered this southeastern piece of the nation. The heft of the remains of this fortress date … Read more

Biggest Nuclear Incidents in World History

Nuclear power means using nuclear reactions for the production of electricity. Currently, a large majority of electricity from nuclear power comes from the nuclear fission of uranium and plutonium in the power plants. These nuclear power plants are thermal power stations that are used to generate electricity through the harnessing of the thermal energy released … Read more

Top Scientific Discoveries of the Decade

Top Scientific Discoveries Decade

Science is a field that is ever evolving and it has come a long way with scientific breakthroughs and discoveries constantly pushing the boundaries of possibilities and predictions. The following are some of the biggest scientific discoveries of the previous decade. Top Scientific Discoveries of the Decade The first photo of a black hole (2019): … Read more