What are some unknown facts about India, its constitution, its politicians, and its economy?

Talking in layman terms, the Indian Constitution is the supreme rule-book that lays down the instructions to be followed for the governance of India. Before India was independent, the Britishers made rules which were known as Acts, the last one being the Government of India Act 1935.1. The

Why do different states of India have different tax rates?

There are five major factors that affect tax rates, and that's why there are different rates in different states -1] Promoting goods of local importanceConsider the following examples -Thaalis are exempt from tax in Tamil NaduUttar Pradesh is famous for Banarasi Saree, which

Why is farming considered as an underrated profession in India?

It is in fact underrated and uneconomical venture. I would attribute to following reasons:-Poor infrastructure in rural areas. In most of the states there is no connectivity in rural areas. It's not only cumbersome , time consuming also to access your farm. Poor access to health services, quality education are discouraging

Why was 'Right to Property' removed from Fundamental Rights in India?

The right to property was initially present in Indian constitution under part III : Fundamental right , Article 31 but it was abolished by 44 th Amendment Act ,1978. Initially it was made a fundamental right so as to provide protection of property

What is the Constitution of India?

The Constitution of India is a living piece of document, a big one,  which lays down the basic framework of how the Government of India would do stuff, describes the basic powers of the three organs of the government, the

why does it seems that indian law favours women more?

Yes, many of them-IPC Section 497- You cannot book a woman indulging in adultery under section 497. So someone's wife is caught for adultery, it can just be a ground for divorce for the man. Although the man being indulged in adultery with someone's wife may be