• Role of Youth in Indian Democracy
    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 as
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  • Analysis of Impact of Communication Mediums on Indian Democracy
    ANALYSIS OF IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION MEDIUMS ON INDIAN DEMOCRACY Communication mediums are playing an influential role in our lives, as they are one of the integral parts of our lifestyle. Since the starting of democracy in India, media has played a very important role in strengthening the democra
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  • “Is Indian Democracy Alive and Kicking?”
    India, standing tall on the four pillars of democracy namely Legislature, Judiciary, Executive, Media and considered the largest democracy in the world is a nation of varied religions, cultures etc., a nation where every second person is said to have a different opinion about every second thing. Her
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  • Indian Democracy at Crossroad
    Avinash Shankar MAD12015 Politics Essay: 2 Topic Can post-colonial India's political experience be characterized as moving towards becoming more democratic Democracy
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  • Indian Democracy
    Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States of America, aptly defined democracy as a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States of America, aptly defined democracy as a government of the people, by the people a
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  • Indian Democracy at Crossroads
    India is the largest functioning democracy in the world. It got freedom during the most sensitive period of world history. Two global wars were fought to make the world safe for democracy. In fact, the second global war accelerated the process of freedom from bondage. Though the armed clash wa
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  • Changing Role of Women in Indian Politics
    “Women Empowerment” is a government slogan. There is a ministry for Women and Child development. There are laws against female foeticide, domestic violence and sexual harassment in the workplace. Determined women are carving their own niche in every field including those which were entirely male
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  • Right to Information Act in Indian Democracy
    In modern constitutional democracies, it is axiomatic that citizens have a right to know about the affairs of the Government which, having been elected by them, seeks to formulate sound policies of governance aimed at their welfare. The ideals of modern democracy are built up on the principle that f
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  • Non Cooperation in India & Role of Swarajists in Indian Independence
    Movement (1920) Congress session held at Calcutta September 1920 had a discussion with Khilafat Committee members and decided to launch a Mass movement under the leadership of Gandhiji called the Non Cooperation Movement. Another Congress session held at Nagpur on December 1920, in which Congress
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  • Role of Womens in Indian Politics
    ------------------------------------------------- Betel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the mixture of leaf and nut, see Paan. For the biblical place, see Bethel. The Betel (Piper betle) is the leaf of a vine belonging to the Piperaceae family, which includes pepper and kava.
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  • Elections in a Democracy
    Elections certainly are a necessary element in a functioning democracy. Elections charachetristcally exist to provide the governed with voice and choice so as to whom they are governed by. Elections although essential are not the only prerequisite to democracy. A successful democracy should have a s
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  • Role of Gujarat in Indian Freedom Struggle
    Gujarat is a good example of progress for all states to emulate [pic][pic][pic] By Prof. Mukul G. Asher Via e-mail Gujarat’s governance and economic achievements are exemplary.  Why not the governments of other Indian states and the Central government respect Gujarat’s governance and e
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  • role of bureaucracy in Indian administration
    In the modern administrative system of India, the role bureaucracy or the Civil Service is undeniable. A very common concept of bureaucracy is that, it is the ‘combination of organizational structure, procedures, protocols and set of regulations in place to manage the functions of large...
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  • Do You Agree with the View Expressed in Source H That the Concessions Made to Indian Democracy by 1919 Were Given Simply to Shore Up the British Raj?
    Do you agree with the view expressed in source H that the concessions made to Indian democracy by 1919 were given simply to shore up the British Raj? All the sources H, P and Q seem to suggest that the concessions made by the Government of India towards a democracy were mainly to ensure the continu
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  • Indian Democracy
    ‘Is Indian Democracy Alive and Kicking?’ “As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master.” This was the idea of Abraham Lincoln’s about democracy. Though very true in its basic form, does this idea hold true In the Indian context? After completing 62 years of being a ‘sovereign,
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  • Is Shoe the Face of Indian Democracy
    Finally, after 61 years of ‘successful’ democratic form of government, every thing has boiled down to the Shoe… when an Indian slammed the India world looks up to- the largest democracy (irony intended). The shoe has definitely ignited lot of debate over the issue of the Anti-sikh riots in 198
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  • Challenges Confronting Indian Democracy
    The Indian Constitution, 1950 following the British model, created a system of parliamentary democracy. Upto 1947, when India became independent, it was still a largely feudal, agricultural country. The British policy was to keep us largely unindustrialized, since an industrial India, w
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  • Whither Indian Democracy Today
    When one reads about the bloody scuffle of the legislators of U.P. Assembly or murder of a CPI (M) leader in Bihar or lynching of a District Magistrate in Bihar or the dismissal of the Chief of Naval Staff of India, one gets the feeling of living in a jungle raj and not in a civilized democratic soc
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  • Future of Indian Democracy
    For the use of the term "democracy" as referring to a system involving multiparty elections, representative government, and freedom of speech. Democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens have an equal say in the decisions that affect their lives. Democracy allows...
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  • indian democracy
     Is India a functional democracy? - Against As stated by late Winston Churchill, “Majority is not always right, it’s just powerful.” Since India’s independence in 1947, the country has seen successive populist governments, each coming to power with hollow promises of socioeconomic...
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