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The First Forum – Edition 84

The First Forum is an initiative that focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu of the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast-changing world.
In the Eighty Fourth- Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following topics:
1. Politics
2. Science and Technology
3. Business
4. Economics
5. Finance

(By Mehak Gupta, Kanika Meena and Nikunj Gulati)

The First Forum

The First Forum – Edition 81

The First Forum is an initiative that focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu of the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast-changing world.
In the Eighty First- Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following topics:
1. Politics
2. Science and Technology
3. Business
4. Economics
5. Finance

(By Ashika Deb, Shitij Goyal and Gunika Vij)

The First Forum

The First Forum – Edition 76

The First Forum is an initiative that focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu of the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast-changing world.
In the Seventy Sixth – Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following topics:
1. Politics
2. Science and Technology
3. Business
4. Economics
5. Finance

(By Divyansh Gupta, Ayush Harlalka and Creamy Garg)

The First Forum

The First Forum – Edition 69

The First Forum is an initiative that focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu of the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast-changing world.
In the Sixty Ninth – Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following topics:
1. Politics
2. Science and Technology
3. Business
4. Economics
5. Finance

(By Gunika Vij, Ashika Deb and Shitij Goyal)

muslim league

Understanding the Evolution of the All-India Muslim League, 1906-47

It’s March 1937 and the Congress has secured a phenomenal win in the elections. The proud and mighty Nehru publicly declares that only two parties exist in India- the British and the Indian National Congress. Who knew how fast the tables might turn within a decade! Today, it might appear that the formation of Pakistan was inevitable as the Muslim League and its leader, Jinnah, were hell-bent from the start to secure their Muslim State. However, that is far from reality (or should I say history). The League went through different phases, some that were even antipodal to its final stance. I will be analysing this evolution using M. L. Becker’s temporal division.

The First Forum

The First Forum – Edition 66

The First Forum is an initiative that focuses on covering the latest happenings in a brief format. This is in lieu of the importance of knowledge about current happenings in this fast-changing world.
In the Sixty Sixth Edition of The First Forum we would be covering the following topics:
1. Politics
2. Science and Technology
3. Business
4. Economics
5. Finance

(By Divyansh Gupta, Ayush Harlalka, Creamy Garg)

romanticism

The Era of Romanticism

 

The word ‘romantic’, today, is often correlated with the word ‘love’, and is used to describe either the genre of movies or a person. But, where does this word and the concept of Romanticism come from? Romanticism was an intellectual, social, and literary movement that started in the 18th century, originating from Western Europe. Romanticism was the attitude or the ‘way of doing’ which characterized works of art, literature, architecture, painting, music, etc. in Western civilization and continued till about the second half of the 19th century.

GST

Obstacle in the trouble-free GST regime

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was brought into force on 1st July 2017 under the Constitutional Act (101st Amendment , 2016. It was incorporated for two basic reasons: first, it would simplify the tax collection process by avoiding the cascading effect of taxation; second, it would increase the revenue of the government.

The Introduction of GST was considered a historic and landmark decision in India’s fiscal administration. There are several reasons to support that GST is better than our old indirect tax regime. First, it leads to frictionless commerce between the states. Second, taxes are buoyant, meaning that if the GDP of the country grows, the tax collection will increase along with it. Third, it leads to removal of the cascading effect of “tax on tax” , meaning that GST subsumes various state and central taxes thus reducing  the burden on the customers.

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