• Fdi: a Study in the Economic and the Constitution Perspectives
    controversial issue under the head of economic policy invited number merits and demerits itself create question that whether FDI should allowed or not and is there any apprehension of threat to Indian economy like industrial sectors, food and vegetable sectors, agricultural sector, etc. the major issues...
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  • Kkh Assignment
    . Explain any ten characteristics of liberal democracy. Examine the merits and demerits of democracy. 4 x 3= 12 marks 6 x 2= 12marks 10 x 2= 20 marks (Assignments are required to be written in own language. Copying in toto from the learning materials will carry less score...
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  • Administrative Law
    . If we toe the middle line, we can observe that the Doctrine of Separation of Powers is like any other system with both merits as well as demerits. Thus, across the world, there isn’t any democracy with absolute separation of powers or complete absence of it. “This doctrine (of separation of powers...
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  • History of Indo-Pak
    in the light of these remarks and account for his ultimate failure. (2001) BABUR Highlight the salient merits and demerits of Babur as a man and as an Empire Builder. (2002) Describe the character and personality of Babar as it emerges from the study of his own Memoirs. (2004) Note: Historical...
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  • Important of Case Study Mathod
    (9-11) 2.1 Observation 2.2 Questionnaire 2.3 Sampling 2.4 Interview 2.5 Case Study. CHAPTER – 3 Characteristic Merit and Demerits of Case Study Method (12-15) 3.1 Characteristic of Case Study 3.2 Merit of Case Study Method 3.3 Demerit of Case Study Method. CHAPTER – 4 (16-22...
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  • Democracy
    promise to be fulfilled. * Merits of Democracy Democracy is the best form of government. Its merits are as follows: Ethical Defence: Democracy recognizes the worth of a man. It rejects the right of one or a few to rule over the others. Under democracy the community as a whole is the...
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  • Alexis de Tocqueville
    merits of democracy and all the threats posed by it, at the same time suggesting what could be changed for the better of the nation. The first volume of the book started out by giving a physical description of the nation and analyzing the North compared to the South. Tocqueville viewed the south...
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  • 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...
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  • Comparison of Presidential and Parliamentery Form of Government
    Presidential form of executive, and it has been working quite successfully in that country. These two forms of government have their own distinctive characteristics, and their own respective merits and demerits. Soon after the inauguration of the Republic of India on 26th January, 1950, India opted for the...
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  • Media: The Fourth Pillar of Democracy
    the country and there was a mass frenzy. Even though the channels didn’t state much about merits and demerits of the proposed institution of Lokpal or educated citizens about the implications of the ombudsman, TV and newspapers were visibly the driving force behind the anti-corruption movement...
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  • Liberalization vs. Globalization
    his Prime Minister's tenure. Manmohan Singh initiated the process of globalization and opened the economy. However, the corruption has increased manifold even among ministers, capitalists and bureaucrats and the Indian democracy has converted into a 'mobocracy'. The high level of terrorism also can...
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  • None
    of‟ Nine Eleven‟. (2003) ASIA 1. China, India and Pakistan are three Nuclear States in the Asian Continent. Is this a potential threat or strength for the continent? Analyze. (2007) 2. Dynastic Politics in South Asia has become a norm rather than an exception what are the merits and demerits of this...
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  • ankit
    (d) Elections enable people to indicate which policies they prefer Ans. (c) Q.4. Which of these is not a feature of Indian democracy? (a) India has the largest number of voters in the world (b) India’s Election Commission is very powerful (c) In India, everyone above the age of 18 has a right...
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  • mr. jnx107
    7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9 representation 6.12 Demerits of proportional representation 6.13 Functional representation vii Meaninig and definition History of democracy Direct democracy Indirect democracy Constitutional democracies Prerequisites of democracy Merits of...
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  • Dynamics of Coalition Politics in India
    DYNAMICS OF COALITION POLITICS IN INDIA Introduction: The most crucial problem that Indian democracy faces today is the political instability at Central level and state levels. The instability mounted as no single party getting a clear cut majority in forming the government due to the fractured...
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  • Laws, Social Change and Socio-Legal Research in India
    nature and scope of new law or legal institution. Such research ascertains the merits and demerits of the old laws or institution and give suggestions for a new law or institution in place of a old one is also helpful for critical interpretation of any statute through socio-legal research we can...
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  • case study on Amway
    . Maintain the price of product as for the Indians. Introduce by the advertisement. 2) Discuss the merits and demerits of various distribution channel present. Ans. A) Vertical Marketing System: - Merits :- i. Consumer get product by the company directly. ii. Cheaper then...
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  • Mass Media
    Media Democratization and its Effect on Mass Media During the past 5 years, one of the most profound... Premium * Youths And Technological Advances: Merits And Demerits Youths and Technological Advances: Merit and Demerits TEXT: Daniel 12: 3 The youthful age is the part of life that succeeds...
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  • Youth culture today
    . Merits of Indian culture were given only passing references and the demerits, if any, were coloured with utmost exaggeration. Thus the native scenario faced by the youths had much to make them ashamed. Though the sixties and seventies witnessed hectic political activities in the institutional...
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  • Parliamentary Government vs. Presidential Government
    himself always right because of absolute power, which causes danger to the integrity of country. Comparison between the two types: Both these forms of government are very popular and have their own merits and demerits. The major differences between them are: Parliamentary Government in the UK...
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