Bharatiya Janata Party

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  • Political Claims of Advancement of Women

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    Addressing a group of teachers in Sultanpur on Tuesday night, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Varun Gandhi had said that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is doing good work through his self-help groups (SHG) for advancement of women in Amethi. While this exchange of words between bigwigs in Gandhi family is catching an attention of national media ahead of 16th general elections, the plight of SHG members in Chennai signifies the reality which is far away from these political claims of advancement

  • The First Ten Amendments Of The First Amendment

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    more taxes were levied against the colonies, particularly regarding tea. To add, trade with nations besides Great Britain was prohibited. These affronts were met with the tarring and feathering of British tax collectors and the infamous Boston Tea Party. As a result of this, Massachussetts was essentially ruled by martial law. This finally culminated with a declaration of independence by the Second Continental Congress on July 4th, 1776. The United States of America was formed. Due to the British

  • Pros And Cons Of Ban On Tobacco Should Be Banned

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    The ban is also supported by those who believe it is morally wrong to entice people to engage in a behavior so detrimental to good health, and further argue that it is a government's responsibility to protect the health and well being of its peoples. There are also those who base their opposition based on the financial impact. The costs of lost productivity, treating tobacco related illness, the financial impact of illness and death on families are staggering. Monies not spent on cigarettes could

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Narendra Modi Reforms

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    by Narendra Modi Every five years, a particular trend could be observed. National elections are held and different political parties ended up getting different number of seats. Since the 1984 elections, no party has established a simple majority of its own. So in the end, always a Coalition government came into power. This time it was different. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), led by its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, won a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections, with 282 seats

  • Pest Analysis: The PEST Analysis Of India

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    positives and negatives in each category. Political: India is the world’s largest democracy, with the world’s second largest population, and It is also a multi-lingual state. The Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 2014 elections by a landslide, replacing the long-governing secularist Congress Party. Economical: India has the world’s second largest economy, and a large, multi lingual skilled workforce. Although corruption and poverty are widespread throughout the country. As well as corporate

  • Leadership Of Integral Humanism And Hindutva Essay

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    differentiate itself from competitors. Politics Political parties can be viewed as Brands and the politicians are the products All of them, segment markets and then try to target them. They have different strategies for different segments. “Some fail some succeed”. Brands BJP, Congress, BSP, AIADMK, JD etc. These are the competing brands fighting for one goal. They have various products viz. the politicians. Brand: BHARTIYA JANTA PARTY Brand BJP formed in 1951 under the leadership of Dr.Syama Prasad

  • Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, And Religion

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    Article 18. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance. Focus countries: China, India China: Religions in China: Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Islam, and Christianity Buddhist 18.2%, Christian 5.1%, Muslim 1.8%, folk religion 21.9%, Hindu < .1%, Jewish

  • The Government Of India With The British Essay

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    prime minister, it also has a symbolic royalty head in the form of a ruling monarch. Generally the elections in India has been quite peaceful, well-organized but quite unpredictable at the same time, especially with the growing influence of upcoming parties. English Parliament has developed through somewhere in the range of three hundred years of history. In Britain, it can be the main establishment which practices sovereign forces and on which there are no

  • The Hindutva Movement: A Struggle Towards a “Hindu Secular India”

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    "We must look after the Muslims and treat them as part of us." This seems like a pleasant statement from Mr. Bal Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena party and a proponent of the Hindutva movement, but it hardly works to conceal the villainous face of the Hindu nationalistic movement he follows. This movement aims to protect the interests of India by enhancing cohesion not only within the Hindu classes but also with other religious communities present in the country. However, this movement has

  • Hindu Nationalism And Its Impact On India

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    center right movement, it is seen to have major differences with Congress. They are driven by ideology and faith, and are traditionally conservatives. It is seen that they are able to mobilize a large section of the population who trust leaders and parties that use religion as a mobilizing factor. India being a Hindu majority country, has a large Hindu religious voter base and the BJP over the year have been able to mobilize on this portion of the population who are driven by the idea of Hindu nationalism