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News for November 18, 2018


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Crux of The Hindu and PIB Vol 49


Forum presents the Crux of the Hindu and PIB.

The Crux of Hindu

Reading the Hindu and PIB is seen as indispensable for any aspirant. Thus, our team has compiled the relevant news items, edited them and put together in a magazine form.

Many other coaching institutes and online sites are selling the similar products at high prices. Thus, to help the fellow aspirants get the same knowledge resources for free, The Crux has been introduced.

Click here to download Crux of The Hindu and PIB Vol 49(September 2018)

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Non-Aligned Movement | Evolution and History


‘The Non-Aligned Movement was formed during the Cold War, largely on the initiative of the then Yugoslavian President Josip Broz Tito. NAM originated as an organisation of the third world countries which did not seek to formally align themselves with either of the two world blocks i.e. the United States or the Soviet Union but wanted to remain independent or neutral. The United States, West European nations and their allies represented the first world countries while the newly formed nations after Second World War were termed as third world countries. Read More…

News for September 30, 2018


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Gharanas of Classical Music in Hindustani Style


A gharana is a system  of social organisation linking musicians or dancers by lineage or apprenticeship, and by adherence to a particular musical style. The word gharana comes from the Urdu/Hindi word ‘ghar’ which means ‘family’ or ‘house’. It typically refers to the  place where the musical ideology originated. It also indicates a comprehensive musicological ideology and differentiates from one school to another. It directly affects the thinking, teaching, performance and appreciation of music. Here, we are giving some famous “Gharanas of Classical Music in Hindustani Style ” that will help in the understanding of Indian classical music.

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What is NPAs and the reasons for the rise in NPA in recent years?


Source: www.fisdom.com

A Non-Performing Asset refers to a classification for loans on the books of financial institutions that are in default or are in arrears on scheduled payments of principal or interest. The assets of the banks which don’t perform (that is – don’t bring any return) are called Non Performing Assets (NPA) or bad loans.

In most cases, debt is classified as non-performing when loan payments have not been made for a period of 90 days. According to RBI, terms loans on which interest or instalment of principal remain overdue for a period of more than 90 days from the end of a particular quarter is called a Non-performing Asset. However, in terms of Agriculture / Farm Loans, the NPA is defined as under-For short duration crop agriculture loans such as paddy, Jowar, Bajra etc. if the loan (instalment / interest) is not paid for 2 crop seasons, it would be termed as a NPA. For Long Duration Crops, the above would be 1 Crop season from the due date. Non-Performing Assets which are called as NPA’s by the banking sector have become a pain for both public and private sector banks in India.

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Crux of The Hindu and PIB Vol 48


Forum presents the Crux of the Hindu and PIB.

The Crux of Hindu

Reading the Hindu and PIB is seen as indispensable for any aspirant. Thus, our team has compiled the relevant news items, edited them and put together in a magazine form.

Many other coaching institutes and online sites are selling the similar products at high prices. Thus, to help the fellow aspirants get the same knowledge resources for free, The Crux has been introduced.

Click here to download Crux of The Hindu and PIB Vol 48 (August 2018)

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News for September 2, 2018


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