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The overlapping social difference is a state when a particular social difference becomes more powerful than the other. As a result of which people may feel a strong bond to one group and isolated towards other which results in disintegration of the country.
An overlapping difference is a combination of many social differences, in which one difference is the root cause of other social differences. There are instances when people perceive themselves to be belonging to a particular community, race or language that creates a difference between them and others in the society, leading to an economic difference.
Posted by Vaasu Tomar 3 hours ago
Borders roads are constructed and maintained by Borders Road Organization (BRO), Government of India undertaking constructs and maintains roads in the bordering areas of the country.
This organization was established in 1960 for the development of the roads of strategic importance in the northern and north-eastern border areas.
It improves the security because army and arms can be mobilized easily through these roads. It provides easy access to difficult terrain and have helped in the economic development of these areas. Construction of roads adds to the economic development of India.
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Salt was chosen as the central formula in civil disobedience moment because it was a commodity that every Indian could relate, be it poor,middle class,rich,dalits or brahman all used salt alike. Gandhi ji wanted to make the people aware about the oppressive policies which in this case was the ban on manufacturing of salt . He had a symbol in salt which had the potential to unite each and every community in India which had been a major shortcoming of the earlier Non-Cooperation Movement.
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Kheda Movement (1917): To support the peasants of Kheda district of Gujarat, who could not pay the revenue due to crop failure and plague epidemic.
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Taxes on salt have been implemented in India since earliest times. But the tax on salt increased greatly at the time of British rule in India. The British government forced the Indian people to buy the vital mineral salt. The Britishers were exercising a monopoly over the production and marketing of salt and imposed heavy taxes on salt. Therefore, in response to the taxes introduced by the British government on salt M.K Gandhi launched a salt march from March to April 1930. This Salt March call for a widespread involvement of Indian people. Hence, thousands of Indians supported Gandhi from his spiritual retreat near Ahmadabad to the coast of the Arabian Sea. However, the march concluded in the imprisonment of nearly 60,000 people.
This is how salt became an effective tool to resist against the colonial rule.
Posted by Aryan Singh 4 hours ago
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The Khilafat Movement was started to save the Ottoman Empire and it extended to India against the British power. During the 1st world war, Turkey helped Germany to war against British.The Khilafat Movement expanded to South Asia under the leadership of ali brothers.
*The Khilafat Movement in India got the support of Mahatma Gandhim.Gandhiji advised the Muslim leaders to start non-cooperation with the British to force them to re-establish Khilafat.
Extra info not as per Ncert.
in 1920 British imposed a harsh treaty on the Turkish sultan or khilafat.
people got furious about this as they have been about the jalianwala bagh massacre .
also Indian Muslims were keen that khilafa be allowed to control over Muslim sacred places.
as British removed khilafat to control over sacred places khilafat movement was started.
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Building a house or any building is very critical. The cement that is used for this purpose must be durable enough to withstand any natural calamity without withering away.
The logo that you must look for while buying a durable good quality cement is ISI. This logo means that the cement is accepted and it contains all the qualities that a good quality cement must contain.
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1. Resources and Development:
Types - natural and human; Need for resource planning, natural resources, land as a resource, soil types and distribution; changing land-use pattern; land degradation and conservation measures. (Chapter 1)
3. Water Resources:
Sources, distribution, utilisation, multi-purpose projects, water scarcity, need for conservation and management, rainwater harvesting. (One case study to be introduced) (Chapter 3)
Types of farming, major crops, cropping pattern, technological and institutional reforms; their impact; contribution of Agriculture to national economy-employment and output. (Chapter 4)
5. Minerals and Energy Resources:
Types of minerals, distribution (Note: on map only) use and economic importance of minerals, conservation, types of power resources: conventional and non-conventional, distribution and utilization, and conservation. (Chapter 5)
6. Manufacturing Industries:
Types, spatial distribution (Note: on map only) contribution of industries to the national economy, industrial pollution and degradation of environment, measures to control degradation.
7. Life Lines of National Economy:
Importance of means of Communication and transportation, Trade & Tourism (Chapter 7)
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1.No language has been given the status of national language by the Constitution of India.
2.Hindi is the official language.
3.There are 22 other languages which have been given the status of Scheduled Languages.
4.State governments can do their official work in their own language.
5.Central government has not imposed mandatory usage of Hindi on State governments.
Posted by Dolma Lhamo 15 hours ago
The government has different functional organs or branches of operation that is legislature, judiciary and executive.
According to the horizontal power sharing power is shared among the different functional organs.
In order to make all the organs equally powerful and efficient horizontal power sharing power divides the power equally.
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