2015: Point-Wise CA and GS Articles

  • Sep 12, 2015
  • About Indonesian satellites: Palapa is a series of communication satellites owned by Indosat (Indonesian Telecommunication Company). First launched on July 1976, this satellite has made Indonesia as the first developing country to operate their own national satellite system… (166 more words) …

  • About United Arab Emirates (UAE): This country was established in 1971. It is an association of seven territories, includes Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al - Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al - Quwain. Each territory is ruled by a… (314 more words) …

  • Sep 11, 2015
  • Virat Kohli was born on 5th November 1988. He is an Indian international cricketer by profession. Currently, he is captain of the Indian team in Test cricket and vice - captain in limited overs formats. In the Indian Premier… (117 more words) …

  • About NATMO: NATMO stands for National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organisation. The plan of buildup a National Atlas of India was conveyed for the first time in India by Prof. S. P. Chatterjee who was Professor of Geography in Calcutta… (151 more words) …

  • About new type of human relative: The new type of human relative has been classified in the genus Homo to whom modern humans belongs. The new types of human relatives have hardened bones which are the largest remains hominine found… (126 more words) …

  • About Law Commission of India: The Law Commission of India (LCI) is executive branch of Indian Government. Its authority and responsibility is daily administration of state. The first Law Commission was established in 1834 during the British command by the… (142 more words) …

  • About Govind Ballabh Pant: Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant was born on 10th September 1887 and died on 7th March 1961. He was an Indian freedom fighter and politician. He gave his participate in the movement for India’s independence… (119 more words) …

  • About Buchi Babu Memorial Trophy: The memorial trophy has been named after Mothavarapu Buchi Babu Naidu. He was born in 1868 and was an Indian cricket pioneer and also a socialite till 1908.

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  • About Anil Kumar Jha: He joined National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Limited in 1977 as an executive trainee and was associated with Singrauli Project. He has rich and varied corporate experience of 38 years in areas of projects such as… (142 more words) …

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    About Sree Vadakkumnathan Temple in Kerala: It is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in Thrissur district of Kerala. It has monumental towers on all four sides and also has a Kuttambalam (a kind of design) displaying monographs… (110 more words) …

  • About Canada’s Economy: Canada is the world’s 11th biggest economy. The gross domestic product (GDP) of Canada is about 1432, 140 Billion US dollars, so the state in GDP rank is 14th worldwide.

    • In purchasing power capacity, Canada… (108 more words) …
  • Sep 11, 2015
  • About Marginal Fields Policy (MFP): It is the major policy initiative to develop the domestic, economic and production sector. This includes the auctioning of 69 oil & gas fields that hold reserves of 89 mn tonnes with the potential revenue… (137 more words) …

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    About Jhumpa Lahiri: She was born on July 11th 1967. She is known as Bengali - American author. Her one of the debut short story is Interpreter of Maladies in 1999. Her first novel is The Namesake in 2003,… (195 more words) …

  • Sep 10, 2015
  • J Manjula completed her graduation from Osmania University. She is a practicing electronics and communications engineer. She has served in the area of Integrated Electronic Warfare for more than 26 years in Defence Electronics Research Laboratory of Hyderabad.

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  • About National Offshore Wind Energy: Offshore wind power is the construction of wind farms in water forms to generate electricity from wind. On offshore, there is stronger wind speeds are available rather than on land.

    • So electricity supplied is higher… (131 more words) …
  • About ISRO: ISRO stands for Indian Space Research Organisation. It is a well - known space agency of the Indian government. Its main focus is to bind space technology for national development for space science research and global survey.

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  • About White label ATMs: Generally, Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) have individual bank’s logo like SBI’s ATM, ICICI’s ATM etc. But White label ATMs have not this type of Bank logo and so it called White label ATMs.

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  • About gold monetization scheme: In gold monetization scheme, people can deposit idle gold with authorized agencies. People can take advantage of the price growth of gold and can also earn interest on their deposit. About gold bond scheme: The Gold… (129 more words) …

  • Indian weightlifter Deepak Lather wins gold medal in 62 kg category played at Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG). This was fifth Commonwealth Youth Games and played at Samoa of Polynesia. This gold medal was India’s second gold medal of fifth CYG.… (132 more words) …

  • About Shinzo Abe: Shinzo Abe was born on 21st September 1954. He is the Prime Minister of Japan and re - elected in this post in December 2012. He is also the President of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)… (161 more words) …

  • Anirban Lahiri was born on 29th June 1987. He is an Indian golfer by profession. He is currently plays on the European Tour. Lahiri learned to play golf at the age of eight from his father. His father Dr.… (172 more words) …

  • About NITI Aayog: NITI Aayog is a Government of India policy established by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his having dissolved the Planning Commission. The Union Government of India announced formation of NITI Aayog on 1st January 2015.

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  • Sep 10, 2015
  • About Rajnath Singh: Rajnath Singh was born on 10th July 1951. He is an Indian politician belongs to the Bharatiya Janata Party. He is currently serves as the Home Minister of India. He previously served as the Chief Minister… (132 more words) …

  • Vikas Krishan Yadav was born on 10th February 1992 in Singhwa Khas village in Hisar district. He is an Indian male boxer from Bhiwani district in Haryana. He joined the Bhiwani Boxing Club in 2003. Later, he received training… (135 more words) …

  • About the aim of passing Amendment Bill: Haryana legislative Assembly has passed Haryana Police Amendment Bill, 2015. It is aim is to stop the Police Recruitment Board in order to end the partiality in the police recruitments in the state.… (87 more words) …

  • About Indian Navy: The Indian Navy is the marine branch of the armed forces of India. The Indian Navy origin in 1947. Commander - in - Chief of the Navy is the President of India. A four - star officer… (137 more words) …

  • Eminent Music composer Adesh Shrivastava has passes away on 5th September 2015 due to cancer in Kokilaben Hospital. Aadesh Shrivastava was born on 4th September 1964 in Jabalpur to a Hindu Kayastha family. He was a music composer… (112 more words) …

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    About National Teachers Day: 5th September is celebrated as National teachers Day in India every year since 1962. Teachers day is celebrated in the memory of India’s first Vice President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday on 5th September.… (143 more words) …

  • About Joshna Chinappa: Joshna Chinappa was born on September 15th 1986. She is a National Squash Champion. A trainee from Indian Squash Academy, Chennai. She ranked 19th in the world in March 2014.

    • Currently she is ranked… (216 more words) …
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated Badarpur - Faridabad Metro in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR). The metro corridor will connect the national capital with the satellite town and increases economic growth by successive transporation to the people.

    • It is the… (161 more words) …