Bharat Katha, India's Story of Seven and a Half Decade, is an initiative of GS Score to celebrate India's 75 years of freedom and analyse these 75 years of its glorious history through the lens of all relevant spheres.
This initiative becomes more relevant for UPSC aspirants as it contains special in-depth articles based on different themes of UPSC (i.e., UPSC Subjects).
Together, we are on this journey, which starts a 12 months countdown to India’s 75th Independence Day.
The rule of the British in India is possibly the most controversial and the most hotly debated aspect of the history of the British empire.
India, often known as "THE GOLDEN BIRD" or "QUEEN’S NECKLACE," was one of the most important colonies of British Empire. As India was politically, socially, and economically distinct from the rest of the British empire's colonies, British policies in India differed from those in other colonies.
Bharat, that is India, now moves another milestone to celebrate its 75th year of independence. It is also a milestone to reflect back on as to what all we achieved in these 75 years, and what more we need to achieve. Finally, we need to articulate our vision, firm up a goal and get people, policies and institutions aligned to the future vision. India has moved fast forward on all fronts, but due to lack of holistic approach, the success of one side is decimated by the ignorance of the other side.
The word ‘tax’ has been derived from the Latin word taxare or taxo, meaning ‘to assess the worth of something’. Taxation in any economy is an essential part of financial management as any government of the world requires huge revenue to manage and run its administration, spend money on essential public services such as health and education and infrastructure such as roadways
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