• is violence justified in politics?
    justified in politics to some extent. If there is violence of human rights by the present government then protest with violence could be reasonable. If the political system of the country destroys their rights instead of protecting then there would be violence in the country. This has been proved...
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  • Caste Politics
    country. However there are few researches done on this issue so far. Research Question Considering the present condition of India the main research question of this investigation will be: Is caste still being perpetuated by politics in India? In order to answer the main research question I will be...
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  • Pc & Politics of Poverty in India
    "PLANNING COMMISSSION AND POLITICS OF POVERTY AND HUNGER IN INDIA." Recently in a curiously timed press release, the Planning Commission of India, government’s official think tank, released the data regarding current poverty levels and present Government’s success...
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  • Compare and Contrast India and China
    participate in politics. In India, due to the caste system, there really was no need to have a strong political system like China’s. Present time in India it seems that there is a stronger political system than caste system, but in China there is still a stronger political system. In both Han China...
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  • Socio-Environmental Movements in India
    ,University of Nottingham and ‘The Reinvention of India’ Abstract The focal point of this article is the role of new social movements in the process whichhas been denoted as ‘the reinvention of India’, and in particular, the way in which the politics of these movements is analysed and represented in...
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  • topics
    will carry forward the torch of our nation's politics, culture, business, sports, music, cinema, society and basically be the representatives of India in all fields. Yet there seems to be a kind of paradox here. While the torch bearers of the new India are busy pursuing their careers in various...
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  • Non Sense Copy Pasted
    India faces numerous contemporary security challenges, many of them internal. Domestic politics plays a major role in determining which security challenges are construed by Indians as the most pressing. This article first touches on the evolution of India’s domestic politics and foreign policy...
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  • political science
    questions of religion, social structure and culture. The second objective of the course is to initiate the students to some fundamental concerns of feminist politics in present day India. I. Feminist Perspective on Indian Politics (25 Lectures)  Nature of the Indian State and political economy - a...
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  • B.A hons political science
    Writing in India, 600 BC to the Present. Vol. I. New York: Feminist Press. Desai, Neera & Thakkar, Usha. (2001) Women in Indian Society. New Delhi: National Book Trust. 68 Paper XX Paper D Dilemmas in Politics (Optional) Course Objective: This course is designed to explore, analyze...
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  • Typology
    some fundamental concerns of feminist politics in present day India. I. Feminist Perspective on Indian Politics (25 Lectures) • Nature of the Indian State and political economy - a feminist assessment. Development Policies since Independence, Women in the rural and urban sectors, liberalisation and...
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  • Coalition Politics
    International Research Journal , September 2010 ISSN- 0975-3486 RNI: RAJBIL 2009/30097 VOL I * ISSUE 12 Research Paper COALITION POLITICS IN INDIA: PROSPECTS & PROBLEMS September, 2010 * Dr. A.K.Pandey several parties to come together to form a viable government, generally under the...
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  • Socio Economic Problems in India
    sciences to examine potential results from changes to society or the economy. At present time India faced many types of Socio Economic Problems : 1. Religious violence : Constitutionally India is a secular state, but large-scale violence have periodically occurred in India since independence. In recent...
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  • Debating Muslim Political Representation
    underlines the problems with the present delimitation of parliamentary and assembly constituencies as a result of which Muslims do not have adequate political representation in legislative bodies. The post-Babri Masjid Muslim political discourse in India also plays a crucial role in re...
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  • Chemistry
    prevalent system. Youth in politics is a welcome change because for a youth nothing is impossible. His mind is fresh with young and energetic thoughts and his thoughts can be put into action. Young blood is needed at present to overhaul our democracy from several ills. Young people are not entering...
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  • Ravi
    BUILDING .AFTER HE CAME IN POWER IN GERMENY ONE OF THE EARLEST ACTION HE TOOK WAS TO OUT LAW ALL YOUNG GROUPS. YOUNG NAME LIKE SACHIN TENDULKAR, VISHVNATH ANAND ,RAHUL GANDHI, ARE THE INSPIRATION NETHER FOR INDIA NS FOR BUT ALSO FOR WORLD. AS FOR AS THE COCERN OF YOUTH IN POLITICS OR IN PARLIAMENT...
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  • Some Gd Topics
    needs to be a hypocrite. 21. Money is the sixth sense without which one can't enjoy the other five. 22. English language as a mode of instruction in primary level. 23. Men and Women are different. 24. Given the present state of affairs, India will remain a developing country forever. 25. IIM's...
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  • Women, Power-Politics, and Violence
    influenced Indian politics for more than two decades. She became the first ever women Prime Minister of India. The country like Guinea and The Philippines also have experienced of having a female ruler. In Guinea, Carmen Pereira acted as the head of state since 1980, and was elected President in...
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  • general topics
    Hockey being the primary game in India. Can America occupy Iraq IS CHINA A THREAT TO INDIA Present state of Indian Cricket team Advantages of Co-education. How to deal with international terrorism. Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan? Is peace and non-violence...
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  • The Power of Youth
    leader. 2. Coming to present youth icon Rahul Gandhi who is initiator of democratic system in the youth wing of Congress party, riding on high hopes and expected to be Prime Minister in next few years has also shown his courage to accept the realities like division of India into two parts: Rich...
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  • Cricket and Politics Dbq
    Cricket DBQ In South Asia during 1880-2005 politics gained an unusual bedfellow. Cricket was introduced to India by Great Britain for a purpose that was widely discussed. Some believed cricket brought their people together and unified different castes and cultures within India and Britain, some...
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