14.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   5 cr saplings to be planted this year   About 1.5 crore tree saplings will be planted across the State during the monsoon season this year. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat directed all the District Magistrates to ensure that tree plantation is carried out extensively during the rains in addition to execution of … Read more 14.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

10-11.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Aerostat Internet technology balloon launched in Doon   Uttarakhand on become the first state in the country to use aerostat balloon for Internet. Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat launched the aerostat Internet technology balloon at a function held at the IT park in Dehradun.   The aerostat Internet technology would be a big benefit … Read more 10-11.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

07.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Celebrating biodiversity: uttarakhand’s festivals related to flora and fauna   Uttarakhand is known for its rich and vast biodiversity. It has mountains, rivers, forests, lakes, valleys, a vast variety of animals and flowers, birds and butterflies. Its natural splendour has been inspiring poets and spiritual seekers down the ages.   Recently, the three-day … Read more 07.06.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

25.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   CM, Bali Guv sign pact on health, tourism   Uttarakhand and Bali arrived at an agreement to cooperate in the area of health, tourism, environment and culture.   A five-point letter of intent was signed by Governor of Bali Mangku Pastika and Uttarakhand Chief Minister TS Rawat. Governor of Bali, who is on … Read more 25.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

15-16.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Guv launches book donation programme   The Uttarakhand Governor Krishan Kant Paul  launched a book donation programme at the Government College in Thalisain Tehsil of Pauri district on Sunday. He also inaugurated the  arts  building of the  Government College at Thalisain on the occasion . The Governor participated in the annual programme of … Read more 15-16.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

READ: India – Israel Relations

Note: READ id our New Initiative to cover two Topics (Weekly) of Current Importance in Detail with Specific focus on Prelims and Mains Exam     India – Israel Relations Israel, officially State of Israel, in the Middle East, located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is bounded to the north by Lebanon, to the … Read more READ: India – Israel Relations

10.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Govt to roll out policy for growth centres   In its endeavor to check migration by creating local employment opportunities in the state, the Uttarakhand government would soon roll out a policy for growth centres. The Chief Secretary (CS) of Uttarakhand Utpal Kumar Singh said that policy would lay focus on creation of … Read more 10.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

08-09.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   State to focus on yatra, yoga centres Uttarakhand will participate in the investment promotion seminar to be held on April 17- 18 in Bangkok under the Invest India programme. This seminar will be jointly organized by the Government of Thailand and the Government of India.   During the seminar, Uttarakhand will put before … Read more 08-09.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

Pratihara

Theline of Nagabhata ruled first at Ujjain and later at Kannauj during the 8th to 11th centuries. In the complicated and badly documented wars of the early 9th century—involving Pratiharas, Rastrakutas, and Palas—Nagabhata II played an important part. About 816 he invaded theIndo-Gangetic Plain and captured Kannauj from the local king Chakrayudha, who had the protection of the Pala ruler Dharmapala. … Read more Pratihara

Post Mauryan period- Political, Social, Economic, Religious and Cultural life during Kushana

The Kushanas: Short introduction In the early 2nd century BC, a tribe on the Central Asian frontier of China called Hsiung-nu defeated a neighboring one known as Yueh-chih. After more conflict, the survivors of the Yueh-chih were dislocated west, passing down the Ili river valley and along the southern shore of lake Issyk Kul. This … Read more Post Mauryan period- Political, Social, Economic, Religious and Cultural life during Kushana

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