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  • Modern Indi A Pluralistic, Multilingual, And Multi Ethnic Society

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    Cassandra Kaur Sheanh Dr. Russell Mardon Political Science 147 February 1, 2015 India Modern India is a ‘pluralistic, multilingual, and multi-ethnic society’. Modern India, as we are familiar with today, originally began in 1848 as the East India Company. This is when most of the changes occurred that propelled India into the powerhouse that it has become today. In 1848, Lord Dalhouse was appointed as Governor General. Under Lord Dalhouse’s leadership multiple processes were implemented. These

  • The Political State of Countries Essay

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    The Political State of Countries The political state of countries today is always changing and developing into new and hopefully more efficient methods of running a country. In comparing and contrasting the political setup of two countries a good understanding of the different systems is easily seen. The fall of Communism in many parts of the world has triggered countries like Russia to create new political systems and political parties. This also changes the functioning of the economy

  • Chennai, March 11 : DMK chief M Karunanidhi along with party treasurer M K Stalin announced the

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    Chennai, March 11 : DMK chief M Karunanidhi along with party treasurer M K Stalin announced the manifesto for 2014 parliamentry elections at party headquarters today morning.2G spectrum scam accused former Telecom minister A.Raja and Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi were present at the meet. DMK chief M.Karunanidhi , Treasurer M.K.Stalin,General Secretary K.Anabazhagan releasing manifesto DMK chief M.Karunanidhi , Treasurer M.K.Stalin,General Secretary K.Anabazhagan releasing manifesto DMK organising

  • Indian Polity and Social Issue

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    Polity, Constitution and Social Issues Polity & Constitution Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishing the structure, procedures, powers and duties, of the government and spells out the fundamental rights, directive principles and duties of citizens. Passed by the Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, it came into effect on 26 January 1950. The date 26 January was chosen to commemorate the declaration

  • Political Scenario in India

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY India is heading for the 2014 General Election, which will decide which party is going to get the clear majority in the Parliament. As a part of preparation for the big political battle, all the parties seem to be ready with their campaigning strategy and issues. The recently rally by Congress in New Delhi and JD(U) in Patna are the best set example that parties have already geared up for the battle 2014. There are many issues like corruption, inflation, subsidies on LPG, and

  • Jan Lokpal Chain Speech: The Jan Lokspal Chain Reaction

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    It is an anti- corruption bill which is drafted by the civil society in India, to form an independent body to investigate corruption cases. This bill can also improve the Lokpal and Lokayukta bill 2011, which was to be passed in December 2011 by Lok Sabha. The Jan Lokpal Bill aims to reduce corruption or effectively deter corruption, and compensate the citizens, by a non-government public consultation. The word Lokpal came up in 1963 by Mr. Singhvi, a member of parliament during a

  • Indian Culture, Politics And Business

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    Introduction: For the research report, I would like to pick India to analyse their situations in terms of geography, culture, politics and business. The following report will give a clear understanding of geographical image, cultural image, political image and economical image of India. • Geography The land area The population Land per head of population 3,287 thousand sq km 1,243.3 million (2013) 0.3 hector per head According to the DFAT, India had 1,243.3 million people in 2013 and the total


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    TOPIC :Lok Sabha Main Elections 2014 Indian general election, 2014 ________________________________________ 2009 ← members Before May 31, 2014 ________________________________________ All 543 seats in the Lok Sabha 272 seats needed for a majority Party Congress BJP Alliance UPA NDA Last election 262 seats,37.22% 137 seats,24.63% Current seats 228 137 Seats needed 44 135 ________________________________________ Incumbent Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Congress A general election

  • A Parliamentary Government Is A Form Of Government

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    of India’s Parliament Indian Parliament is the highest legislative body of India. The parliament is comprised of the President and two houses. The first house, is the Rajya Sabha the Council of States. It is also called the upper house. The second house is Lok Sabha, the House of the People, or the lower house. The Rajya Sabha is a permanent house and cannot be dissolved. There is a maximum of two-hundred and fifty seats in the Council of State. There are two-hundred and thirty-eight members, all

  • Jan Lokpal Bill

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    ------------------------------------------------- Jan Lokpal Bill From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Jan Lokpal Bill, also referred to as the citizens' ombudsman bill, is a proposed independent anti-corruption law in India. Anti-corruption social activists proposed it as a more effective improvement to the original Lokpal bill, which is currently being proposed by the Government of India.[1] The Jan Lokpal Bill aims to effectively deter corruption, redress grievances of citizens, and protect whistle-blowers