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INDIA BANGLADESH RELATIONS 2017 INFOGRAPHICS The most significant element of the India Bangladesh relations is the fact that India was the first country to recognize Bangladesh as a separate and independent state and established diplomatic relations with the country immediately after its independence in December 1971. India and Bangladesh share 4096.7 km. of border, which […]
India – Nepal Relations MoU on Motor Vehicle Agreement and flag off of Kathmandu-Delhi bus service ‘Pashupatinath Express’. This agreement would facilitate seamless and hassle-free movement of people of both countries, further enhancing people to people contact and also promoting tourism. It is modelled on a similar SAARC agreement. The Line of Credit of USD […]
India Bhutan relations are of key importance in shaping Indias foreign policy . Soon after taking up his office, Mr Modi made his maiden visit to Bhutan. This visit is of quite a relevance as Bhutan is a state that is strategically important to India due to its location, acting as a buffer state between […]
India -China relations are given highest priority by India in its international relations ,which is reflected today by regular exchanges at the highest level, sustained political dialogue on all outstanding issues, rapidly expanding economic relations and increasing cooperation on a growing number of regional and international issues. Historical Timeline in Indo-China Relations India established diplomatic relations […]
What is universal basic income? Universal Basic Income is a form of social security paid to individuals, not households, and it is paid to everyone. That’s how it becomes universal. It can be paid in kind (such as food or services) or in vouchers or can be a direct transfer into bank accounts to help […]
Climate Change History The International efforts to combat change began in 1992, countries joined an international treaty, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, as a framework for international cooperation to combat climate change by limiting average global temperature increases and the resulting climate change, and coping with impacts that were, by then, inevitable. […]
What is Lodha committee? Lodha committee is a three member panel appointed by Supreme Court headed by retired Chief justice R. M Lodha to look into the functioning of BCCI and suggest reforms. Why SC appointed a committee to look into BCCI’s functioning? Following allegations of corruption, match fixing and betting scandals in cricket in […]
What is the Maternity Benefit Amendment all about? The maternity benefit Act 1961 protects the employment of women during the time of her maternity and entitles her of a ‘maternity benefit’ – i.e. full paid absence from work – to take care for her child. The act is applicable to all establishments employing 10 or more […]