Hindi Essay If I Was The Prime Minister Essays and Term Papers

  • if i was the prime minister of india

    How I wish I were the Prime Minister of my country! I have so many schemes in mind for the upliftment and development of my country. If I were the Prime Minister, I would put into practice all the following schemes. In the first place, my country is very poor. Millions of people live in extreme poverty...

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  • If I Were Prime Minister of Canada

    If I Were Prime Minister of Canada As Prime Minister of Canada I feel that there are some things that need to be changed in this country. I think that these things would greatly benefit us better as a country both economically wise and socially wise. These things are; Expanding and securing our...

      1050 Words | 3 Pages   Tuition payments, Day care, Child care, Higher education in the United States

  • if i were the prime minister of India

    The Prime Minister of India, aha! The highest executive of the largest democracy of the world, what a promising position, what a status, and Oh! What laurels. However I see this position as it were with a pinch of salt as, it is more a thorny crown on the head of the person who wears it. Dealing with...

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  • Was Lord Liverpool a Good Prime Minister

    As with most prime ministers, lord Liverpool succeeded in some areas and had failures in others. His term in power can be spilt into two phases, his response to already existing problems which many characterise as repressive and the second his reforms which in the end had to come though to truly deal...

      574 Words | 2 Pages   Great Depression

  • Is the Prime Minister Becoming More Presidential? Essay Plan

    favour Bypassing of cabinet * Blair’s bi-laterals * ‘Sofa government’ Patronage * Control over careers * Inclusion of opposition ministers in Cabinet to silence under CCR Prerogative powers * Derived from Head of State * Similar to president not needing party support * However...

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  • Was Wilfrid Laurier a Good Prime Minister? This essay is opinionated towards yes.

    Wilfred Laurier was a great prime minister! His compromises may have made many people grumble, but it would be much worse if he'd gone in favour with one group of people. Imagine the chaos if half the country were happy and half the country were angry. The ones who'd gotten what they wanted would scorn...

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  • Prime Minister and Council of Ministers

    Prime Minister and Council of Ministers - India Serial Number 1 Portfolio Prime Minister and also In-Charge of the Ministries/Departments viz: Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Ministry of Planning Ministry of Water Resources Department of Atomic Energy Department of Space ...

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  • The Prime Minister

     The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today exhorted people to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi`s vision of Clean India. Launching the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan at Rajpath in New Delhi, the Prime Minister paid homage to two great sons of Mother India, Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri...

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  • the prime minister

    childhood (1979 – 1995) Siti Nurhaliza was born in Kampung Awah (Temerloh), Pahang on 11 January 1979. Siti is the fifth child in the family of eight siblings. She comes from a musically inclined family. Her grandfather was a famous violinist, and her mother was a famous local traditional singer. From...

      3962 Words | 16 Pages   Kuala Lumpur

  • Assess the Reasons Why Mussolini Was Appointed Prime Minister in 1922

    Mussolini was appointed Prime Minister in 1922 due to the depriving affects that world war one had on Italian society. The war destroyed Italy economically leading to a rise in socialism. This in turn lead to highlighting the weaknesses of the liberals as the country was torn apart in the red years....

      985 Words | 3 Pages   Fascism, Italian Fascism, Kingdom of Italy, Benito Mussolini

  • Prime Minister

    country are divided on the topic of the Prime Minister and whether or not they hold too much power within their role. With past allegations of corruption, many are blinded by the true powers and limitations of what properly defines the role of our Prime Minister. Thesis: The purpose of this paper is...

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  • Prime Minister

    If I was to have the chance to select a present Prime Minister in the world to interview him, I would not hesitate, but immediately choose our current Prime Minister Dato Seri Mohd. Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak as my first choice. He is the sixth and present Prime minister of Malaysia since He succeeded...

      715 Words | 2 Pages   Hussein Onn, 1Malaysia, Abdul Razak Hussein, United Malays National Organisation

  • Prime Minister

    Canadian Prime Minister have too much power and what can be done about it? For: Dr. D. Brown Political Science 221 11/18/2013 By: Luke Baxter | ID: 201005340 Second to the Governor General of Canada, the position of the Canadian Prime Minister is the...

      2236 Words | 7 Pages   Motion of no confidence, Prorogation in Canada, Parliament of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada

  • Definition of Prime Minister

    THE MEANING OF PRIME MINISTER ? Definition of Prime Minister is a chief minister of a ruler or state . There have their own official head a cabinet or ministry ; especially : the chief executive of a parliamentary government . In addition , Prime Minister is the leader of...

      354 Words | 2 Pages   Abdul Razak Hussein, Prime Minister of Malaysia, Hussein Onn, Tunku Abdul Rahman

  • President vs Prime Minister

    or plurality of the citizens who elected the majority party with the expectation that it would do as promised in the elections. Also, since the prime minister is the person in charge of the majority party and thus has a tremendous amount of influence over behind-the-scenes intraparty discussions, it is...

      2237 Words | 6 Pages   Presidential system, Democracy, Political campaign, Two-party system

  • Speech of Indian Prime Minister

     The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today exhorted people to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi`s vision of Clean India. Launching the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan at Rajpath in New Delhi, the Prime Minister paid homage to two great sons of Mother India, Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri...

      3265 Words | 8 Pages  

  • List of Prime Ministers of India

    List of Prime Ministers of India The pattern of Prime Ministers elected for Republic of India shows its well natured tradition of unity in diversity, India has elected Prime Ministers from various linguistic backgrounds, various cultures, religious or political faiths and there is no difference on...

      348 Words | 6 Pages   Indian National Congress, Third Front (India), National Democratic Alliance (India), V. P. Singh

  • The Prime Minister That Joined the Nation

    A Prime Minister that Joined a Nation            Sir Wilfrid Laurier was one of Canada’s most influential Prime Ministers in creating national unity because, he helped develop most of Western Canada, settled various disputes between the French and English Canadians and solved the Manitoba School’s...

      361 Words | 1 Pages   Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian Prairies, Canada, English Canadian

  • Prime Ministers of India

    The Prime Minister of India, as addressed to in the Constitution of India, is the chief of government, chief advisor to the President of India, head of the Council of Ministers and the leader of the majority party in parliament. The prime minister leads the executive branch of the Government of India...

      519 Words | 2 Pages   Prime Minister of India, Government of India, President of India, Cabinet of the United Kingdom

  • Is the Prime Minister All Powerful?

    The Prime Ministers of the last 25 years have been notes for deviating of what would be considered ‘Prime Ministerial’ into more of a ‘Presidential’ role. This is due to the expansion of a key power that the Prime Minister has, that of the Chief Executive, being expanded. The expansion of this power...

      1056 Words | 3 Pages   Tony Blair, Presidential system, Gordon Brown, International reactions to the Syrian Civil War

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