2 edition of Some aspects of democratic politics in India found in the catalog.
Some aspects of democratic politics in India
|Statement||by M. Venkatarangaiya.|
|Contributions||University of Mysore.|
|LC Classifications||JQ215 1967 .V45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 164 iv p.|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||76900870|
Intext Question Textbook Page No. Q.1 Each of these cartoons (see text book page ) represents a challenge to democracy. Please describe what that challenge is. Also place it in one of the three categories mentioned in the first section. Cartoon Mubarak Re- elected: . What effects does political democracy have on such development outcomes as economic growth and socioeconomic equality? Competing theoretical models have been proposed that represent each of the possibilities: democracy as facilitating development, democracy as a hindrance to development, and democracy as bearing no independent relationship to development outcomes.
Democracy (Greek: δημοκρατία, dēmokratiā, from dēmos 'people' and kratos 'rule') is a form of government in which the people have the authority to choose their governing people are and how authority is shared among them are core issues for democratic theory, development and cornerstones of these issues are freedom of assembly and speech. “Costs of Democracy: Political Finance in India is a thought-provoking and gripping look at the role of money in Indian elections.” —Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta, Hindu “The most compelling, exhaustive, innovative, riveting and perhaps challenging study of the ‘opaque and enigmatic ways’ in which the corrosive power of political finance.
with ths positive image, even some political systems with little or no rule by the people are called democratic. The following analysis uses a simple model of the key elements of democ- racy as it exists today: n involvement in decision malung 2. A system of representation 3. The rule of law 4. -4n electoral system-majorir) rule 5. Democratic governance is a condition in which the promise of justice, liberty and equality is realized in a democratic political framework, where the government is sensitive to the people’s identities, aspirations and needs and where people feel secure and content. India is proud to be the largest democracy in the world.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Venkatarangaiya, Mamidipudi, Some aspects of democratic politics in India. Mysore, Prasaranga, University of Mysore, Indira Gandhi, daughter of India's first prime minister, pushed India's politics to the left and focused on alleviating the dire straits on India's poor.
Faced with a popular protest movement, she suspended democratic procedures and clamped down on demonstrators whose leaders were encouraging the army and police to disobey the government. democracy in India are sharply different from those in much of the West, and the indigenous political culture has fundamentally reshaped the processes of democracy.
These differences are reflected in the current functioning of democracy in India and its impact on distributive politics, making it somewhat. Salient Features of the Indian Government and Politics भारतीय शासन एवं राजनीति Book. The Indian Government and Politics book critically examines the dynamics of federalism and Centre-State relations with special reference to the recommendations of the Sarkaria Commission and M.
Punchi Commission Report. Democracy in India. India is the world’s largest democracy. India became a democratic nation post its independence in the year Thereafter, the citizens of India were given the right to vote and elect their leaders.
In India, it gives its citizens the right to vote irrespective of. The democratic Sangha, Gana and Panchayat systems were used in some of these republics; the Panchayat system is still used today in Indian villages. Later during the time of Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC, the Greeks wrote about the Sabarcae and Sambastai states in what is now Pakistan and Afghanistan, whose “form of government was democratic and not regal” according to Greek scholars.
Books on Contemporary Indian Politics. Natwar Singh’s ‘One Life is Not Enough,’ which revealed sensitive developments that happened during the UPA regime, belongs to a particular genre of political books that have tried to brought to the fore the not-so-rosy aspects of running a government, especially a coalition one.
The class most vulnerable to and affected by politics in the country. 3- When Crime Pays: Money and Muscle in Indian Politics by Milan Vaishnav: This book is a strong depiction of the role of money and muscle in Indian politics.
The book delves into why this is a perennial issue. Democracy, the Indian way a closer look at successes and failures of India's political journey. at the challenges Indian democracy faces today.
“The book. Successive Indian governments have remained committed to market-oriented reform since its introduction in In a well-argued and controversial examination of the political dynamics that underlie that commitment, Jenkins challenges existing theories of the relationship between democracy and economic liberalization.4/5(2).
About the Book The present work Aspects of Political Ideas and Institutions in Ancient India discusses different views on the origin and nature of the state in ancient India. It also deals with stages and processes of state formation and examines the relevance of caste and kin-based collectivities to the construction of polity.
The Vedic assemblies are studied in some detail, and developments. that India is a democracy, we mean not only that its political institutions and processes are democratic but also that the Indian society and every Indian citizen is democratic, reflecting basic democratic values of equality, liberty, fraternity, secularism and justice in the social.
In this regard, one of the criticisms addressed to psephological studies is that their narrow focus tends to convey a rosy picture, since elections are usually considered as ‘free and fair’ in the Indian democracy, which is often qualified as ‘procedural’, i.e.
which conforms to democratic procedures (regular elections and political alternance, a free press) but not to democratic values (starting with equality). A deepening of democracy in India would require a commitment to restructuring and re-ordering of the society.
The direction that democracy in India is taking is inclusionary, satisfied with the creation of new categories of citizenship with special provisions for employment and education in government institutions. democracy: key principles, institutions and problems professor david beetham 21 the judiciary in democratic governance: some insights from the indian experience ms.
justice m. fathima beevi 31 some important problems and aspects of democracy in the context of the black african states professor abd-el kader boye historical and social origins of democracy in India are sharply different from those in much of the West, and the indigenous political culture has fundamentally reshaped the processes of democracy.
These differences are reflected in the current functioning of democracy in India, making it difficult to fit the Indian case to the canonical. This volume presents a collection of articles on democracy and politics in India right from the pre-independence days to the present.
The range of issues covered include: democracy prefigured, democracy and the state, democracy and the civil society, democracy and development, and democracy, locality and region. The editorial introduction by Niraja Jayal highlights the theoretical Reviews: 1.
India, i.e Bharat, as stated in her constitution is a ‘Union of States’ and follows a democratic parliamentary system of governance. The well developed and fully evolved form of democracy that we witness today in India has taken a long span of time to be matured.
It has seen both ups and downs, but has managed to survive successfully. - Buy How India Became Democratic: Citizenship and the Making of the Universal Franchise book online at best prices in India on Read How India Became Democratic: Citizenship and the Making of the Universal Franchise book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 6.This volume examines how Indian democracy has survived the challenges posed by widespread illiteracy, poverty, secessionism and communalism—problems that have felled the fledgling democratic institutions of so many post-colonial societies.
The contributors locate the reason for the resilience of Indian democracy in its history—that it was the product of a gradual evolution and not of a 5/5(1).ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Features of the caste system / G.S. Ghurye --Hierarchy: the theory of the 'varna' / Louis Dumont --Caste must go / M.K. Gandhi --Caste in India / B.R. Ambedkar --Ram-Manohar Lohia on caste in Indian politics / D.L.
Sheth --Caste, class and property relations / B.T. Ranadive --The.