In the previous post, we have studied that Naval Mutiny and refusal of Cabinet Mission created havoc for the British Government in India. Though the Congress accepted the Cabinet Mission Plan. But Muslim League did not accept it from heart. Muslim League kept itself adhered to its demand for sovereign state of Pakistan. So, elections …

As Lord Mountbatten came India with boundary commission, so it was pretty clear that the partition of India was the only solution according to the British Raj. So, Muslim League was happy as they got what they desired. But most of the Indian masses were not happy. Though Britishers were ready to leave India. But …

International Relations We have discussed Ancient India, Medieval India and Modern India. Now its time to discuss about the International Relations. From today we will start our new category International Relations. In this category we are going to discuss India’s relations with foreign countries. From the Chandragupta Maurya ie first Chakravartin¬†Samrat to present Prime Minister, …

Ambassador Rakesh Sood said, India-Nepal relations are too close and this closeness brings complexities too and hence needed to be handled with extra care. In the previous post, we have discussed India-Bhutan Relationship. Now, in this post, we shall discuss our relationship with Nepal. We are going to read this topic in various parts. India-Nepal …

In the previous post, we have discussed India-Nepal Relationship during Nehruvian and post Nehruvian era. Now we will continue our discussion. India-Nepal shares more than 1800kms of border. There are 26 adjacent districts. But the most critical politicised region is Kalapani in Dhar Chula district, touches Uttarakhand border. According to the treaty of Sagauli during …

In the previous post, we have studied about the relationship of two neighbours, India-Nepal. In this post, we shall carry on our discussion. Now we will understand or read the difference between the Indian and Nepalese Constitution. Actually, there are some issues related to the constitutional government in Nepal. So, it is very normal though …

India is the pristine land with plenty of natural resources. From the mighty Himalayas to the Indian Ocean and From the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal, India’s vertical and horizontal expansion provides the country with a vast biological, ecological, ethnic and cultural diversity. Because of it’s cultural, ecological and political diversity, India is …

In the previous post, we have studied the Ganges River system. So, in the series of Indian Drainage system, this post is dedicated to the Yamuna River System. We have known to the fact that the Yamuna is the largest tributary of river Ganges. And the Yamuna river is one of the most sacred rivers …

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