Pitt’s India Act of 1784

Pitt’s India Act of 1784 is an important part of the NCERT notes for UPSC Civil Services Examination. Pitt’s India Act of 1784 notes will be useful in other competitive exams like Banking PO, SSC, PSC, State Civil Services Examination and so on. This article talks about the Pitt’s India Act. What is the Pitt’s India Act of 1784?  The East India Companies Act of 1784 (EIC Act of 1784), also known as Pitt’s India Act of 1784, was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain aimed at removing…

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What is the Regulating Act of 1773?

Regulating Act of 1773 is an important part of the NCERT notes for UPSC Civil Services Examination. Regulating Act of 1773 notes will be useful in other competitive exams like Banking PO, SSC, PSC, State Civil Services Examination and so on. This article talks about the Regulation Act of 1773. What is the Regulation Act of 1773? The Regulation Act of 1773 was passed by the British Parliament to control the territories of the East India Company in Bengal. The act was passed by the British East India government due…

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National Human Rights Commission: What are Human Rights?

National Human Rights Commission: What are Human Rights (National Human Rights Commission)? According to the definition of the United Nations, these rights are available to all without discrimination on the basis of caste, gender, nationality, language, religion or any other basis. National Human Rights Commission: For the development of human beings, some rights should be available to everyone equally. But there are many people in the world who are deprived of these rights i.e. human rights. We have often heard that human rights are being violated in different parts of…

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Coronavirus: COVID-19’s Role in Determining Global Politics

Coronavirus: COVID-19’s Role in Determining Global Politics: In such a situation, the question arises whether the effect of this Coronavirus (COVID-19) will change the geo-strategic system? Will the world once again enter the Cold War era? Will the multipolar global political system developed in the early 21st century turn to a unipolar political system? Coronavirus (COVID-19): If we hear the name of Coronavirus today, the first thing that emerges is ‘quarantine (limiting one’s activities) or isolation. This isolation has not only happened at the level of the individual or society…

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