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Sudarshan Army is a non profit organization,it was earlier known as Indian Writers Association which works only for the young writers[2] in India but later due to the massive spread of COVID-19[3][4] all over the world Shaunak Chakraborty decided to change the name and moto. On 26 March 2020 he declared that from now onwards Sudarshan Army will work for the welfare and betterment of the needy people and children in India. Read more

Uttarakhand Statehood Movement

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Uttarakhand Statehood Movement is termed to the events of statehood activism within the state Uttar Pradesh which ultimately resulted in a separate state Uttarakhand of the Republic of India. Uttarakhand became a separate state off Uttar Pradesh at 9 November 2000. It is notable that the formation of Uttarakhand was achieved with a very long struggle and heavy sacrifices. The first demand of Uttarakhand arose in 1897 and there had gradually been rising demand for a separate state several times. In 1994, the demand for statehood eventually took the form of mass movement that resulted in the forming of the country's 27th state by 2000. Read more

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