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  • Parallels and Divergencies Between the Political, Legal, and Economics Systems of the United States and India

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    13 May 2014 Judicial Corruption and its Effects The corruption seen in the judicial system is ultimately in the grey area...

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  • Is Democracy the Best Form of Political System?

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  • Good Governance

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