All you must know about the difference between NDA And NA Lifestyle and Entertainment 

All you must know about the difference between NDA And NA

NDA And NA What is NA? The NA is ( Naval Academy). The Indian Naval Academy is the initial Officer training institution of the Indian Navy Examination, the Indian Coast Guard, etc.It conducts .it is conducted essential training for all officer into the Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard. The Examination of NDA(National Defense Academy ) and ND (Nation Defense) is conducted by UPSC ( Union Public Service Commission)The Examination conduct Twice in the year. What is NDA? NDA is a (National Defense Academy) it is the Premier Joint Training…

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9 best 32 inch smart TV in India under 50000 Lifestyle and Entertainment Science and Technology 

9 best 32 inch smart TV in India under 50000

We all know about the LEDs now. And many of us are even having it in our homes. But now, the time is to get upgrade a bit. Yes, time to get upgraded from a led to a smart TV .but the most important thing to get upgraded is to understand the difference between a led TV and a smart TV. I’m sure that many of us know it well. But those who don’t know much, smart television comes with a pre loaded software and a internet ready feature.Here We…

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9 best laptops in India under 30,000 Lifestyle and Entertainment 

9 best laptops in India under 30,000

9 Best Laptops In India Under 30,000   In this era of world, everyone is so tech savvy. We even can’t imagine our lives without these technologies. And one of them is laptop. Yes, laptops are one of the best technologies we have. Easy to carry and can be used anywhere. What do you need in your laptop? Big internal space, Ram? Flat screen? Light weight which can be carried easily? And what more? There are many more things which one should look while choosing a suitable laptop for him….

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How and Why we celebrate the Best Happy Republic day Education and News Lifestyle and Entertainment 

How and Why we celebrate the Best Happy Republic day

The Day of the Republic pays tribute to the date when India’s Constitution came into force on 26 January 1950 replacing the Indian Government’s (1935) law as a document governing India. The Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 26 November 1949 and entered into force on 26 January 1950, a system of democratic government, the completion of the country’s transition to an independent republic. January 26 was chosen as the day of the Republic because it was that day, in 1930, when the Declaration of Independence…

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salons in Bandra providing services at home Lifestyle and Entertainment National and International News Science and Technology 

salons in Bandra providing services at home

Salons in Bandra providing services at home   Most of the time people do not have a chance to go to a salon for the haircut for any beauty services. The salons established for hairdressing for hair cutting also for other beauty services. Previously the salon is only available industries in the street or the locality, but they are not providing services at home. Since life is very fast moving people are not having the patience to stand in the line and wait for hours and hours to get into…

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Industrial Growth in 2013-14 was Higher in Poorer States

In the backdrop of sluggish growth in India and elsewhere, the poorer and laggard states are doing better on industrial front. Industrial growth in the traditionally weaker states of Bihar, Odisha and Chhattisgarh in 2013- 14 dwarfed that of their more developed counterparts- Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka in a year when the economy had to cope with the Euro crisis and its effects on Indian industry. Data released as part of the Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) in February 2016 showed the three states had grown the most industrially….

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Industrial Activity Grew at Slow Pace in 2013-14 Lifestyle and Entertainment National and International News 

Industrial Activity Grew at Slow Pace in 2013-14

Growth in gross value added in nominal terms by industry slowed to 7.2 per cent in 2013-14, after growing at 11.3 per cent in 2012-13, according to the Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) released in February 2016 by the Central Statistics Office. The Annual Survey of Industries data also showed that gross capital formation contracted 5.6 per cent is. 2013-14 after growing at 9-2 per cent the previous year, indicating the serious turn in situation which was not rosy in the investment front. The latest numbers are in sync with…

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gva-grew-5-7-per-cent Lifestyle and Entertainment National and International News 

GVA grew 5.7 per cent.

estimate shows that GVA grew 5.7 per cent. But with IIP growing at 3.1 per cent over the same period, the numbers simply don’t add up. The biggest disconnect lies in the second quarter numbers. According to an analysis of over 1,000 com­panies, GVA contracted by 0-8 per cent in the second quarter. This contraction is in large part because of steel companies reporting losses and Tata motors registering a loss because of a charge of ? 2,493 crores on account of the vehicles damaged at the Tianjin Port explosion….

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The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Bill, 2008 Lifestyle and Entertainment National and International News 

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Bill, 2008

The Act has serious implication.- for private schools as well as govern ­ment schools. All private school- need recognition from the designate; authority and all recognized schools must fulfil the defined norms for running schools as per the norm.- & guidelines of RTE Act, 2009. i.e physical infrastructure, teacher-pup: ratio, learning process & others. A large number of private schools in India screen children as young as three or four years fo: admission, which is illegal as per the RTE norms.RTE has made the charg­ing of capitation fee illegal. All…

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Right to Free and Compul­sory Education Education and News Lifestyle and Entertainment National and International News Science and Technology 

Right to Free and Compul­sory Education

Right to Free and Compul­sory Education   The Act can be seen as culmina­tion of the efforts that started during Pre Independence period. In the early nineties The Supreme Court had delivered two milestone judgements with regard to Right to Free and Compulsory Education, Mrs. Mohini Jain Vs. State of Karnataka and others in the year 1992 and in 1993 holding Free Education until a child com­pletes the age of 14 years to be a right in the case of Unnikrishnan and others Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and others….

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