• The Mighty Wond
    measures for improving the Indian democratic system and assess the efforts; and identify the roles of citizens in a democracy based on experiences of life. UNDERSTANDING DEMOCRACY Let us begin with understanding the meaning of democracy and the conditions that are essential for its successful...
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  • Indian Democracy
    and sovereignty rests. With the passage of time, Indian voters have become more assertive and active as regards their participation in the process of democracy. The turnout of Indian voters has significantly increased during the past elections. It was about 52% only during the Lok Sabha elections of...
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  • Indian Democracy at Crossroads
    through the chapters on Fundamental Rights and the directive principles of state policy. The new Constitution became effective on 26 January, 1950. The original Indian Democracy at Crossroads Prof. Surya Narayan Misra concept of Sovereign Democratic Republic was modified into Sovereign Socialist...
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  • Essay
    Current Topic 1. Adulteration (try to link with bihar mid day meal horror) 6. Child Labour – A Bane 9. Rise and Fall of Currency (current debate. tnx to congress) 10. Drought : A Natural Calamity (Uttarkhand flood) 11. Election Reforms Versus Indian Democracy (recent SC’s Judgments = barring...
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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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  • India and Democracy : Promotion and Electoral Participation of the Low Castes and of the Untouchables
    democracy (India tends besides to define itself as the ‘’largest democracy of the world’’) in spite of its underdevelopment and its strong level of poverty. This unique aspect of the Indian democracy shows us that the construction of its democratic regime was established in particular conditions...
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  • Andrew Jackson was democratic
    presidential role in 1824 and 1828. Aiming for the majority vote in the Election of 1828, Jackson’s presidential campaign sought to reform the government against the “corrupt bargain” that had taken place in the previous election. The Election of 1828 showed a drastic change in the legislature...
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  • BA Economics
    counterclaims. What exactly is democracy? We must not identify democracy with majority rule. Democracy has complex demands, which certainly [End Page 9] include voting and respect for election results, but it also requires the protection of liberties and freedoms, respect for legal entitlements, and...
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  • Election Commissiom
    The Role of election commission of in Indian democracy Posted by davidson on Feb.10, 2011, under International Affairs and Politics Introduction: – election commission is an autonomous body. it was established in January 25, 1950 until October 1989,it had only on chief election commissioner and...
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  • WORKING OF PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY IN INDIAN CONSTITUITION
    , significant and important role in the life of human being as well as for the governance and administration of the country. PARLIAMENTRY DEMOCRACY IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE. In the Preamble of India it is clearly mentioned; ‘WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA’ having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a...
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  • Politics of India
    in India. As like any other democracy, political parties represent different sections among the Indian society and regions, and their core values play a major role in the politics of India. Both the executive branch and the legislative branch of the government are run by the representatives of the...
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  • Legislative Process In India
    Legislature of pre-independence days served as a training ground for parliamentary democracy in India and familiarised Indian Legislators with many elements of modern parliamentary procedure.”5 Until 1853, the only legislative body in India was the Executive. The Charter Act of 1853 for the first...
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  • Management Topics for 2010
    pay (burden) Commission. * Reservation for women in India. * India has failed to plan its development. * Impact of BPO on indian Economy. * Right information as a tool to realize democracy. * How effective is celebrity advertisement? * Women in the army are a misfit...
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  • Paid News in India
    Apurva Mehta Roll Number: 007 Prof. Eshwar Anand Perspectives on Indian Media Paid news has become a big threat to Indian democracy. How can it be checked to protect democracy? Paid news or paid content are those articles in newspapers, magazines and the electronic media, which indicate...
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  • the role of opposition parties in peacekeeping and equality in pakistan
    (province). The party played oppositional role in the National Assembly. The PPP again came to power as a result of the 1993 election, and this election was won without any alliance under the PPP banner. This time, Benazir Bhutto took oath as the prime minister and Sardar Farooq Ahmad Lagari was sworn in...
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  • Essay
    . The Role of Opposition in a Democracy 18. Elections—Lacunae and Remedies 19. casteism in India 20. Non-Violence 21. If the British had not colonised India… 22. Relevance of Gandhi Today 23. How free are we? 24. Democracy in India 25. The test of democracy is the freedom of criticism 26. Indians are...
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  • Mass Democracy
    nation, and earning Jackson many enemies. John Marshall on the other hand played an opposing role to mass democracy, but without his opposition mass democracy would not be what we see it as today. Marshall kept in check the rise of mass democracy by instilling his conservative ideals. In the court...
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  • India and Democracy
    of a constitution - A foundational law that ordains the political system, establishes the organs of the State and defines and delimits their roles and relationships with each other, and provides checks and balances of power. These foundational beliefs were the start of Indian democracy. The...
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  • Political Participation and Representation of Women in Indian Politics
    to exercise their freedom to participate in the political processes. The evolution of Indian democracy through the 14 general elections so far has reflected a low representation of women in Parliament, State legislatures, in political parties and other decision-making bodies. The under...
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  • Democracy & Corruption
    people has been the rule of the Indian Democracy. Despite the presence of the multi party system, the government – making exercise has been always orderly and efficient. The change of one party-dominant multi party system into a real multiparty system and the transformation from a system of single...
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