Land Eviction in Jammu and Kashmir: People in panic, fear and apprehension 

In the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, lands are retrieved by the government from people by bulldozing their homes and buildings. The government claims not to trouble the underprivileged, but it exclusively demands land owned by the wealthy and influential who have grabbed government property because of their influence. In Jammu and Kashmir, the government reclaims encroached state land … Read more

Incepting a world of developed politics

Social media has mastered the extraction and exhibition of diverse opinions. The effect this has on areas like politics can shape interesting scenarios. Growing presence of social media Social media was started with the goal to attract an audience. Succeeding the prerequisite, it has managed to shape mindsets and ideologies, strengthening its image in society. While social media, as a … Read more

Saurabh Bhardwaj, and Atishi  to Replace Manish Sisodia and be Delhi Ministers

On Tuesday, the Delhi cabinet’s two imprisoned ministers—Manish Sisodia and Satyendar Jain—resigned. Although Jain was detained by the Enforcement Directorate in May of last year in a money laundering case, Sisodia, the AAP’s second-in-command, was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation on Sunday in connection with suspected irregularities in the now-scrapped Delhi excise policy for 2021–22. https://www.yugmarg.com/news/12274-delhi-aap-legislators-saurabh-bhardwaj-atishi-likely-to-be-elevated-as-ministers The Arvind … Read more

Non-essential imports face curbs as exports dip

In order to deal with a recent dip in exports, non-essential imports face a decline. Although there have been no official lists stating the industries that have been targeted, it is understood that markets such as gold and electronics will be considered.  The government is considering taking action to limit imports of non-essential commodities as merchandise exports continued to decline … Read more

IT Sector Comparison of India and The USA

Processing and distribution of data through computers, telecommunication, and digital Electronics is called Information Technology. This is the age of IT. This is the most commanding technology of the present age. And during the past decade, the Indian IT sector has been experiencing dramatic growth. 

Several Ukrainian top officials quit in wake of a massive anti-corruption drive. 

Several top Ukrainian officials resign as President Zelensky’s government unveils a major shake-up of the administration to root out corruption at the highest level. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government announced a major shake-up in an effort to root out corruption at the highest level. Several Ukrainian top officials including 5 regional governors, 4 deputy ministers, and a top adviser filed … Read more

DIGITAL RUPEE ON PILOT PROJECT

Initially four banks — State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, and IDFC First Bank — in four cities — Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Bhubaneswar — will issue digital tokens in the same denominations as paper currency, which can be used to make and receive payments.

Bangladesh: A Country on March Away from Democracy

Bangladesh is at a crossroads. After years of political turmoil and uncertainty, the country’s future as a democratic nation is uncertain. The current government has been accused of curbing democracy and suppressing dissent, leading many to believe that the country is headed towards dictatorship. The Rise of Authoritarianism Since coming to power in 2009, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government has … Read more

Who is Disabled?

Overview: Image source: oleb media  Our society and some others say that the person who has problems like being dumb, deaf, or physically challenged is a disabled person. A WHO report says that 16% of the world’s population is disabled. Around 1.3 billion people have problems like being dumb, deaf, or physically challenged. Some physical disabilities are curable, but some … Read more

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Government Programs for Poverty Reduction in India”

Poverty Alleviation programs in India  By giving families and households that are below the poverty line proper access to food, financial assistance, and basic necessities, Poverty Alleviation Programs seek to lower the poverty rate in the nation. According to the Indian Planning Commission, consumer expenditure surveys carried out by the (NSSO) National Sample Survey Office under the Programme Implementation and … Read more