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Hunter Commission Report of 1882 vs Hunter Commission of 1920

Hunter Commission Report of 1882 The Hunter Commission of 1882 was appointed by the then Governor-General of India on 3 February 1882. Presided by Sir William Hunter, an Indian Civil Service officer and a member of the Executive Council of the Viceroy. The following were the main objectives: Consider different aspects of education in India,… Continue reading Hunter Commission Report of 1882 vs Hunter Commission of 1920

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Detailed News Articles: 28 May 2019

1.  Global implications of the mandate Analysis: Experts opine that the clear and decisive mandate for Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a defining moment in India’s democratic history. As a matter of fact, its extent, which is manifest from the highest-ever voter turnout in a general election and the share of votes won by the… Continue reading Detailed News Articles: 28 May 2019

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28 May in History: Death of revolutionary Bhagwati Charan Vohra

Revolutionary freedom fighter Bhagwati Charan Vohra died on May 28, 1930 as a result of an explosion while testing a bomb. Vohra was the author of the famous article titled “The Philosophy of Bomb”. Biography Born on 4th July 1904 to Rai Bahadur Shiv Charan Vohra and his wife, Bhawati Charan was a brilliant and articulate… Continue reading 28 May in History: Death of revolutionary Bhagwati Charan Vohra