• Industrial Growth in Villages-Small Essay
    that they are obliged to contribute towards achieving it and if that goal is not achieved it is because they have assumed a passive role with their capacity and strength to the detriment of democracy.  The youth must believe in the importance of key democratic values, such as tolerance for...
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  • Youth in Politics
    , “I am an INDIAN first and Muslim second”; and brought the focus on the importance of the Youth in bringing new ideas, freshness and transparency in the Indian politics. One of the stories that unforgettably describes India’s tragedy is- “The mother of India had two sons. One knew how to run (the...
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  • Youth
    sensitize young adolescents on their role in politics and the current issues faced by the country as a whole and all citizens with the right to vote. We believe as youth eligible to vote they should be aware and informed about the importance of their participation in the democratic process. This...
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  • Mock Parliment
    Conducting Youth Parliament Contents FOREWORD 1. Introduction: Why Youth Parliament iii 1 2. Indian Parliament at a Glance 9 3. 4. Preparing for the Youth Parliament Procedure for Conducting Youth Parliament - Part I Seating Arrangement, Formal Sitting of the House, Oath or...
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  • Extended Political Enterprise
    youth population 4 THE INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM India3, a Union of 28 States and 7 Union territories is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic governed by a republican Constitution that came into force on 26 January 1950. The Constitution envisages a parliamentary form of...
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  • Western Culture
     election) who decide the laws.[2] Elections are usually held every few years. When they happen, whoever gets the most votes will end up with the most power, until the next election. An important part of representative democracy is political parties. Politicians will belong to a political party, an...
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  • Youth and Politics
    politics. But when the government reduced the age of eligibility for casting vote from 21 to 18, the message was quite clear: that the youth should actively take part in the process of elections whereby the candidates are elected to form governments at the state as well as centre. India is the...
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    The Role of Youth in Indian Politics Ashima Madan  On the roads of Indian democracy, we have travelled for about 63 years now and shall continue the journey for years to come in the same rickety ancient grubby vehicle of ours that has driven us for so long. The list of travellers is an...
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  • Youth Involvement in Indian Politics
    and institutions upto sovereign states to international level. Importance of Youth in Indian politics In 2004, 50% of the Indian population was aged 30 years or younger; however, only 35 out of 543 Lok Sabha members (0.06%) were aged under 35. Nevertheless, a World Values Survey conducted by the...
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  • You Are Not for Sale
    other democracies. Political homicide is so usual: Many admirable leaders namely, Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi were killed by cutthroats. A Question lies in here, What if those cutthroats become our political leaders? Communal, caste and regional tensions continue to trouble Indian...
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  • Civil Society and Good Governance
    or democracy. There have been various debates about the boons civil societies have brought for democracy and how it has been a bane. Analysing the positive effects of civil society in a democracy is very essential and may help to understand the importance of these societies for good governance. A...
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  • Youthover
    Indian democracy. The case studies show that the number of sites are increasing where youth are negotiating with modernity, from the cyber cafe, to the mall, to the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) centre, to the beauty and fitness parlour, and of course to the college campus where challenges to...
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  • Youth Politics
    and their peers. Vote Smart - A nonpartisan record of which candidates voted for what Kids Voting USA - Kids Voting USA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization dedicated to securing democracy for the future by involving youth in the election process today.   Youth Vote - Youth...
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  • Can We Indians Measure Up to Our Glorious Forefathers?
    Can We Indians Measure up to our Glorious Forefathers? K S VENKATARAMAN Ours is the most ancient civilization that has always assigned the highest importance to dharma. Gandhiji and his colleagues carried on a fight against the alien rulers, without even slightly swerving from their principles...
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  • Media Commercialization
    . Journalism in the face of a real crisis is laced with passionate rhetoric, not real questions and solutions. The strength and importance of media in a democracy is well recognized. Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian Constitution, which gives freedom of speech and expression includes within its ambit, freedom...
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  • Wat Topics
    ://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/article3453046.ece IIM Tiruchirappalli Page 4 Mentorship Programme, 2013 www.firstpost.com/sports/indian-premier-league-bad-for-democracy-capitalism-andindia-320844.html http://www.ukessays.com/essays/marketing/a-swot-analysis-for-the-indian-premierleague...
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  • Family Plannig
    , nepotism, drug addiction, trafficking, regionalism, smuggling etc. This situation calls for the educated and intelligent Indians to come forward and mobilize the energies of the masses into concrete ideas and actions and make the Indian democracy a success. 1. Banning educated Indians from...
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  • Research Methods
    about what is going around. Theoretically, Malaysia has long been practicing the principles of democracy which is a rule of the people, by the people, and the people of diapers. However, something that is still questionable and backbone to local political transparency and to what extent the...
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  • Tradition, Culture and Issues Facing India Today
    percent speak Hindi. The official language is Hindi and English. Over the past 20 years, agriculture and industry have largely expanded. India is one of the world’s top industrialized nations and world’s largest democracy. In India, 600 million people are eligible to vote. The adult literacy rate...
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  • Ashik
    total number of elected members of both Houses of Parliament, i.e. Value of vote of MP = Total value of vote of all MLAs ÷ Total No. of MPs. The Indian Constitution also states that the election for the post of the President of India is through the system of Proportional Representation by a single...
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