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Adithya Dev A 13 hours ago

1) Certain services which are commonly required by all at individual level. Eg :- Freedom, security, peace, happiness, respect, etc cannot be bought using money. 2) Certain services which are required by all at community level. Eg :- Pollution free environment, unadulterated food and medicines. 3) Certain things ensured at National and global levels. Eg :- Literacy.
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Shanvi Sneh 19 hours ago

Giuseppe Mazzini was born on 22 June 1805 known as an Italian politician, journalist and activist. He played an important role in forming a secret society, name Giovine Italia (Young Italy). ... The party was the first Italian democratic movement to include all classes and helped to bring independence and unified Italy.

Adithya Dev A 22 hours ago

Giuseppe Mazzini is considered to be one of the most celebrated Italian Revolutionaries of all time. Born in Genoa in 1807, he became a member of the Carbonari secret society beginning his fight as a revolutionary at a young age. He was sent to exile in 1831 for having attempted a revolution in Liguria, when he was 24. Later he built several secret societies like Young Italy at Marseilles and Young Europe in Berne to spread his revolutionary ideals across Europe. He believed that God intended nations to be natural units of mankind and therefore, with a wish that Italy should no longer remain a patchwork of kingdoms and provinces, he built a coherent programme in the 1830 s visualising his dream for a United Italian Republic.
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Adithya Dev A 22 hours ago

Federalism is a system of govt wherein power is divided between the central authority and the constituent units of a country. It is of two types based on formation :- 1) Coming Together Federations = Smaller units came to form a bigger unit. Here constituent units enjoy equal power. Eg :- USA, Australia, etc. 2) Holding Together Federations = Country divided its power between central authority and constituent units in a country. Constituent units enjoy unequal power. Eg :- India, Spain, etc.
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Muskan Roy 20 hours ago

Answer:Both Belgium and Sri Lanka are democracies, yet they have dealt with the problem of cultural diversity very differently. ... Along with the State Government, both communities have a third kind of Government called 'Community Government' which decides on cultural, education and language related issues.
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Piyush Gupta 22 hours ago

Civil code of 1804 are Napoleonic code was issued it abolished all privileges based on birth it established equality before law and secured the right to property

Ishaanthika Das 1 day, 3 hours ago

The Napoleonic Code is also called the "French Civil Code of 1804" defined the concept of equality before the law and also secured the right to property. This code abolished the feudal system and freed peasants from serfdom and manorial dues as well as improvement in the Transport and communication systems.
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Muskan Roy 20 hours ago

The consumer redressal process is becoming cumbersome, expensive and time consuming. Many times, consumers are required to engage a lawyer. These cases require time for filing and attending the court proceedings, etc. In most purchases, cash memos are not issued, hence, evidence is not easy to gather.
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Adithya Dev A 1 day, 15 hours ago

2) The new Tory government which came up in Britain in the 1920 s appointed a Statutory commission led by Sir John Simon. The objective of the commission was to look into the constitutional system of India after Non Cooperation Movement and suggest reforms. However, the Simon Commission had a small problem - it was ALL BRITISH and had no single INDIAN member. This indicated Indian inferiority and Indians became furious. As a result, when the Commission arrived in Lahore, India in 1928, it was greeted with black flags and placards saying "SIMON GO BACK!!!". All parties showed significantly equal participation in the protest rally.

Adithya Dev A 1 day, 16 hours ago

1) POONA PACT, 1932 = B.R. Ambedkar, a prominent dalit leader who organized Dalits into the Depressed Class Commission in 1930, clashed with M.K. Gandhi in the Second Round Table Conference in 1931 while demanding seperate electorates for Depressed castes. Gandhiji felt that seperate electorates would slow down the process of their integration with the society. So, he began fasting upto death and ultimately, Ambedkar accepted Gandhiji's superiority. The result drawn led to the Poona pact of September 1932. This pact ensured reserved seats for the Depressed Castes (now, Scheduled Castes or SC) in the legislative councils but they were to be elected by a General Electorate.
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Adithya Dev A 1 day, 22 hours ago

Land use pattern :- 1) Forest. 2) Land not available for cultivation - a) Barren and waste land. b) Land put for non agricultural purposes like Roads and railways. 3) Other uncultivated land (excluding FALLOW) - a) Culturable wasteland (left uncultivated for > 5 agricultural years). b) Grazing land and permanent pastures. c) Land under mischalleneous tree crops and groves. 4) Fallow land (can be current fallow or other than current fallow). 5) Net sown area - Land sown more than once in a year + Net sown area = Gross cropped area.
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Shanvi Sneh 19 hours ago

Can u explain what do u mean by land resources here?
Land resources

Adithya Dev A 2 days, 3 hours ago

Giuseppe Mazzini was sent to exile in 1831 for attempting a revolution in Liguria at the tender age of 24.
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Adithya Dev A 2 days, 3 hours ago

1) Need for non cooperation = Gandhiji believed that British invasion and growth was possible in India only due to Indian cooperation. If Indians refused to cooperate, British will leave India in hardly one year. 2) Hindus + Muslims = Gandhiji wanted to unify Muslims and Hindus. So, he merged Khilafat movement to Non Cooperation Movement. 3) Rowlatt Satyagraha = The failure of Rowlatt Satyagraha enraged Gandhiji, so he decided to launch NCM.

Surbhi Anand 2 days, 4 hours ago

Gandhiji started NCM to Bring Swaraj in India and to promote Khilafat movement.
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Adithya Dev A 2 days, 12 hours ago

The four major forms of power sharing in modern democracies are :- 1) Power sharing between different organs of govt (LEGISLATURE, EXECUTIVE, JUDICIARY) = also called HORIZONTAL power sharing or system of checks and balances. Eg :- "Seperation of power" in Indian Constitution. 2) Power sharing between different tiers of govt = also called VERTICAL power sharing or federal system. Eg :- India (Union list, state list, concurrent list). 3) Power sharing between different social groups = Eg :- Reserved constituencies. 4) Power sharing between political parties, pressure groups, interest groups and movements = Elections, NDA UPA and Left front in India.

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Adithya Dev A 2 days, 17 hours ago

Giuseppe Mazzini is considered to be one of the most celebrated Italian revolutionaries of all time. Born in Genoa in 1807, he became a member of the Carbonari secret society at a fairly young age. At the tender age of 24, he was sent to exile in 1831 for attempting a revolution in Liguria. Later, he started forming secret societies like YOUNG ITALY in Marseilles and YOUNG EUROPE in Berne. He believed that God intended nations to be natural units of mankind. So, he supported the idea that Italy should no longer remain a patchwork of kingdoms and provinces. He even built a coherent programme for the dissemination of his goals.
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Ajay Topno 2 days, 22 hours ago

Satyagraha emphased the power if truth and the search for the truth.it says if the cause was true ,if the cause was against injustuce then the physical force is not required to fight the oppression or opponent.

Adithya Dev A 3 days, 13 hours ago

Mahatma Gandhi had returned to India in January 1915 from South Africa where he had brought several political and social reforms through a novel method of mass agitation known as SATYAGRAHA. It emphasized the power of truth and its need in the society. This method of passive resistance suggested that if the cause was true and the struggle was against injustice, then physical force won't be required to fight the oppressor. Without seeking vengeance or being aggressive, a Satyagrahi can easily win a battle. This is by appealing to the conscience of the oppressor. The oppressor should never be forced to accept truth. Rather, he needs to be convinced of the need to search for truth in the society. Thus, according to him, truth was bound to ultimately triumph.

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*Mahatma Gandhi returned to India in January, 1915. His heroic fight for the Indians in South Africa was well-known. His novel method of mass agitation known as Satyagraha had yielded good results. *The idea of Satyagraha emphasized the power of truth and the need to search for truth. In 1916, Gandhi travelled to Champaran in Bihar to inspire the peasants to struggle against the oppressive plantation system. In 1917,crops field in Kheda district of Gujrat, but the government refused to remit land revenue and insisted on its full collection. *In 1918, Mahatma Gandhi intervened in a dispute between workers and mill owners of Ahmedabad. He advised to workers to go on strike and to demand a 35% increase in wages. *Satyagraha brought Gandhiji into close touch with the workers in the urban areas.
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Ajay Topno 2 days, 22 hours ago

1.raw material taken to factory 2.blast furnance(where it is burned) 3.pig iron 4.steel making 5.giving shape to metals
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Atul Kumar 2 days, 14 hours ago

Suppose power will be given to only one person then what will happen ...so for safe running of the country power is divided it is not concentrated in one hand ✋. Hope this help u

Adithya Dev A 3 days, 15 hours ago

2) Belgian government amended the constitution four times between 1970 and 1993 such that :- A) The number of French speaking ministers was made equal to number of Dutch speaking ministers in the Union Cabinet. B) The country divided its power between the state governments of both Flemish and Wallonia regions. C) Community govt = handles cultural, linguistic and educational issues.
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Adithya Dev A 3 days, 15 hours ago

1) Power sharing is important because :- A) PRUDENTIAL = reduces possibility of social conflict. Ensures political stability. B) MORAL = is the very spirit of democracy. In democracies, power is usually shared between those who are affected by its exercise and those who have to live by its effects. 2) Buddhism. 3) Srilankan Sinhala.
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Vanshika Pal 1 day, 17 hours ago

4) The civil code of 1804- usually know as the Napoleon Code did away with all privilege based on birth, established equality before the law and secured the right to property. The coad was exported to the regions under French control. In the Dutch Republic, in Switzerland, in Italy and Germany, Napoleon simplified administrative divisions, abolished the feudal system and freed peasants from serfdom and manorial dues. In the towns too, guild restrictions were removed. Transport and communication systems were improved.
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Adithya Dev A 3 days, 18 hours ago

1) Stable financial security (ie, regular wages and assured work). 2) Non - hazardous and safe working conditions. 3) Job security.
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Adithya Dev A 3 days, 19 hours ago

In most of the contemporary democracies, power sharing between different political parties take the form of a competition. Also referred to as POLITICAL ELECTIONS, this competition ensures that power does not remain in one hand. Thus, in the long run, power is actually getting switched between different political parties after regular intervals. Whereas in other democracies, this form of power sharing is direct as political parties, during elections, form political alliances and adopt a common programme. When in power, these political alliances form coalition governments and thus, power is shared.

Saloni Harinkhede 3 days, 19 hours ago

Power sharing arrangements can also be seen in the way political parties, pressure groups and movement control or influence those in power. In a democracy, the citizens must have freedom to choose among various contenders for power. In contemporary democracies, this takes....
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Adithya Dev A 3 days, 22 hours ago

To gather the existing evidences of folklore, folk culture, folksongs, folkdance and folkpoetry in their own land which, they considered, were open testimonies to the glorified history of Indian civilisation which was eventually lost on foreign invasion. This helped inculcating a feeling of hatred among illiterate and graduate Indians against the colonial empire. This instilled a sense of common identity among Indians.
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Mayuresh Tak 3 days, 23 hours ago

Literacy is important or essential for government because,it enhances the thinking of people as well as by literature scientific as well as other development- rate gets rapid growth and it helps in economic growth of country.
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Adithya Dev A 3 days, 22 hours ago

1) Mumbai = Khilafat Committee, March 1919. 2) Champaran = Indigo Satyagraha, 1916. 3) Kheda = Peasant Satyagraha, 1917. 4) Ahmedabad = Cotton mill workers strike, 1918. 5) Amritsar = Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, 1919. 6) Madras (now, Chennai) = Congress session, 1927. 7) Calcutta (now, Kolkata) = Congress session, September 1920. 8) Nagpur = Congress session, December 1920. 9) Lahore = Congress session, 1929. 10) Chauri Chaura = Calling off the NCM, 1921. 11) Dandi = Beginning CDM, 1930.

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