Consumer Rights in India

Rights and Duty of Consumers In India ( Consumer Court )

Consumer Rights under the Consumer Protection Act, India! Although businessman is aware of his social responsibilities even then we come across many cases of consumer exploitation. That is why government of India provided following rights to all the consumers under the Consumer Protection Act: Right to Safety Means right to be protected against the marketing […]

Rights of Employees

Rights of Employees

Basic rights of an employee in India 1. Leave is the right of all employees  Generally, an employee is given the following leaves during the course of his or her employment: Casual Leave: This is provided to an employee to take care of urgent or unseen matters like a family emergency; for example, employees can apply […]

Computer Abbreviations

Computer Abbreviations

A A/D Analog To Digital. ALU Arithmetic Logic Unit. ASCII American Standard Code For Information Interchange. ASR Automatic Send And Receive. ATM Automated Teller Machine. B BCD Binary Coded Decimal. BIOS Basic Input/Output System. BIS Business Information System. BPS Bits Per Second. C CAD Computer-Aided Design. CAM Computer-Aided Manufacturing. CASE Computer-Aided Software Engineering. CD Compact […]

Informal Letter Format & Writing Style

Informal Letter Format

Writing Style for Informal Letters The name itself suggests that an informal letter would intend to be more casual in approach therefore, the writing involved will be short, simple and friendly depending on your familiarity with the recipient. An informal letter is written to friends, family, acquaintances etc. for personal communications. Informal Letter Format Now that you know the […]

Indian States and Capitals

STATES AND CAPITALS With the inclusion of Telangana, India now has 29 States and 7 Union Territories. Do check out the complete list of states and capitals. Andhra Pradesh – Hyderabad ( newly proposed Amaravati ) Arunachal Pradesh – Itanagar Assam – Dispur Bihar – Patna Chhattisgarh – Raipur Goa – Panaji Gujarat – Gandhinagar Haryana – Chandigarh Himachal Pradesh – Shimla Jammu & Kashmir – Jammu (Winter Capital) & Srinagar (Summer Capital) Jharkhand – Ranchi Karnataka – Bengaluru Kerala – Thiruvananthapuram Madhya Pradesh – Bhopal Maharashtra – Mumbai Manipur – Imphal Meghalaya – Shillong Mizoram – Aizawl Nagaland – Kohima Orissa – Bhubaneshwar Punjab – Chandigarh Rajasthan – Jaipur Sikkim – Gangtok Tamil Nadu – Chennai Telangana – Hyderabad Tripura – Agartala Uttar Pradesh – Lucknow Uttarakhand – Dehradun West Bengal – Kolkata UNION TERRITORIES AND CAPITALS Union Territories are those regions that fall directly under the control of the Union Government. Each UT has its own Lieutenant-Governor and Administrator. Only two UTs have Chief Ministers though as they have been granted partial statehood. Andaman & Nicobar Islands – Port Blair Dadra and Nagar Haveli – Silvassa Daman and Diu – Daman Lakshadweep – Kavaratti Puducherry – Puducherry/ Pondicherry Delhi (National Capital Territory) – New Delhi Chandigarh – Chandigarh TRIVIA ABOUT JAMMU & KASHMIR Multiple capitals is not new thing and it is practiced all around the world. South Africa has three capitals. The state of Jammu and Kashmir has two capitals – Jammu as Winter Capital and Srinagar as summer capital. The reasons for J&K having two capitals are: As far as the strategic location is concerned, Srinagar is the most suitable place to control the political, territorial and functional working as it is located nearly in the middle of the populated area of Jammu and Kashmir. As far as possible it is tried to keep Srinagar the active working area which is possible in summers. But in winters it becomes a geographically challenging place due to its climate with mercury falling down below zero degree. Moreover, in winter the active financial area is mostly the southern part of J&K. While the northern part is sometimes also not accessible due to blockage of National Highway 10 as the result of landslide or other geographical activities. So it becomes a compulsion both economically, functionally and geographically to move the capital from Srinagar to Jammu in winter.

Below is given the list of capitals of the various States and Union Territories. STATES AND CAPITALS With the inclusion of Telangana, India now has 29 States and 7 Union Territories. Do check out the complete list of states and capitals. Andhra Pradesh – Hyderabad ( newly proposed Amaravati ) Arunachal Pradesh – Itanagar Assam […]

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