tulasi kumar

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  1. Geography Most of the lakes in the world are Salt water lakes fed by seas and inland rivers. Fresh water lakes fed by ground water. Fresh water lakes fed by melting ice. Fresh water lakes fed by melting ice. Ans A) a b C) c D) d Arrange the following lakes in decreasing order of their salinity. Great salt lake of UTAH, USA Black sea Dead sea Sambhar salt lake. Ans A) a>b>c>d c>b>a>d C) c >a>d>b D) a>c>d>b
  2. 2. Indian system of medicine, the Ayurveda, derives its ideas from ancient indian text called charak sanhita. who composed this encyclopedia initially ? a) mahrishi atreya mahrishi agnivesh c) mahrishi charak d) aryabhata.
  3. 1. match the following a) bryology, b)pteridology c)phycology d)dendrology 1) study of nonvascular group of seedless plants. 2) Study of diverse group of algae 3) Study of trees and their development. 4) Study of lower vascular plants that do not produce fruits and flowers. Ans A) a=1, b=2, c=3, d=4 a=4, b=1, c=2, d=3 C) a=2, b=1, c=4, d=3 D) a=1, b=4, c=2, d=3
  4. let us rejuvenate this crisis hit website. i will try to post few Q's on daily basis, further contributions from others would be appreciated. my schedule. Monday - history and culture. Tuesday- polity. Wednesday- general science (physics chemistry and biology) Thursday- economy. Friday- environment ecology and biodiversity. Saturday- geograph
  5. my few observations; you could have started with what chitfunds actually are? apart from negative aspects of such schemes you can also list their benefits where financial inclusion is lacking, also they are doing well in some southern states like kerala with negligible curruption. recently sebi act got ammended to give powers to SEBI, in last few months SEBI dug out many such cases including sahara, key lies in financial inclusion and awareness generation among people. anyways good writeup, keep writing.
  6. Read my comment once again, former committee used minimum consumption limit (1000 rs per month only for urban areas) , that yielded minimumu number of poor. later committee used more than 1000 ie 7500/5 to find number of poor. hence got much percent of poor. BECAUSE MINIMUM NUMBER OF PEOPLE HAS REACHED UPDATED HIGHER CONSUMPTION LINE. let me know if any most important difference.
  7. tendulkar committee. 1. has used 1000 Rs and 816 Rs per capita per month for people living in urban and rural areas respectively to define threshold poverty line. below this income mean people are poor, above are not. 2. according to this methodology india had 21.9 PERCENT of poor, hitherto 2012. it was 37 percent in 2004-05. drawn flak for its estimates, planning commission constituted another committee to look into the matter(rangarajan committee). Rangarajan committee. 1. he says 3 out of 10 and still 29.5 percent indians are poor. 2 he used 4800/5 Rs and 7500/5 Rs for rural and urban areas to define the poverty line. this methodology is also being criticized despite its familiarity with international estimates(world bank used 2 dollars per day, rangarajan used 2.4 dollars per day)
  8. http://upsconline.nic.in/eadmitcard/instructions.php here is the link.
  9. Retrospective taxation brings corporations under new provisions (ammendment) of old tax laws, usually this is been done to enhance revenue of the state, if a tax law in 2014 says itself is a retrospective, then irrespective of their old tax liability/scheme, all corporations are required to pay taxes according to new scheme of taxation(usually higher). that is why corporations(paying taxes under old tax laws) dont like this word ''retrospective''.
  10. i dont find any specific mention for state or non state entities involving in the dispute, but provisions that dealt about in laxmikanth just speak about agreements of federal nature, i dont think you are convinced !
  11. i got some info in laxmikanth regarding your query. There are different kinds of jurisdictions of supreme court viz original jurisdiction, writ jurisdiction, appellate jurisdiction etc. original jurisdiction provides supreme court the right of hearing cases of federal nature, for example dispute b/w states and center, b/w states etc. this right of supreme court is exclusive, means no other court has the right to here such cases involving centre and/or states as redressal seekers. besides this kind of jurisdiction, constitution also provides some exceptions to this jurisdiction viz, 1, this jurisdiction doesnot extend to cases involving pre constitution agreements. 2, this jurisdiction does not extend to cases involving agreements, where that agreement specifically provides that the said jurisdiction does not extend to such a dispute. and some other exceptions. HERE AGREEMENT B/W CENTER AND RIL HAS DELIBERATELY EXCLUDED THE JURISDICTION OF SUPREME COURT.
  12. welcome
  13. i am yet complete may issue, but i could give you some tips to avoid information overloading. if you are referring to any standard text, then avoid overlapping concepts, in MAY issue of yojana, many articles are included which deal with current economic scenario like GDP, perpetuating inflation, supply chain constraints etc. if you are reading ramesh singh economy all these aspects are discussed in great detail, avoid these. you will find some articles that belong to current affairs which you could not find in standard references, like in may issue of yojana, there is an article deals with internet governance in the light of ongoing www/internet governance tussle b/w US and some victims of net surveillance like brazil and germany, must read it, you wont find it in standard reference though they would update it later. one more article deals with URJIT PATEL committee report, that too a current development, if you know about it through hindu or any other monthly then fine leave it. while writing answers on topic like social media, including current info like US SURVEILLANCE, internet governance, and other relevant news would help us much.
  14. You can watch them in youtube. i dont know how to download them.