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  • Present and Past Indian Politicians    By: Liyakat Shah

    India is a land of rich and varied culture and tourist always flock together to see beautiful Indian culture of historical monuments. The land of India has given many patriotic politicians who laid down their life for the sake of motherland. But today's politician lacks in the department of patriotism >> Category: Politics
  • The Race to Raisina Hills - The Forthcoming Presidential Elections    By: Pala Sen

    With the presidential elections round the corner in India, the debate, apprehensions and the arguments are many. Does India need a political person or does she need an apolitical person as the 13th president of the Indian republic? >> Category: Politics
  • Implementation of E-Governance in Orissa, India    By: NILAMADHAB MISHRA

    To be at par with developed countries, the Government of India had made out a plan to use Information Technology extensively in its operation to make more efficient and effective and also to bring transparency and accountability. The guide lines are given to state governments to prepare the vision and roadmap. >> Category: Politics
  • Idealism is a Better Option Than Realism    By: Prateek Chakraverty

    This paper analyzes the speech by Tibetan leader, Lobsang Sangay at OP Jindal Global University on 12 January 2012, International Relations concepts pertaining to Realism, Idealism, the Melian Dialogue and a general political scenario to contend that Idealism is a better option than Realism for the purpose of overall harmony between world states. >> Category: Politics
  • Indian Democracy and Its Stake Holder    By: Siddhartha Suripunj

    When, we People of India, delivered our self the Constitution of India,we had not imagined that sixty five years later we would be suddenly in shocking doubt,asking our self whether we really are democracy?Or the the 15 August 1947 which have been celebrating as Independence day was actually the day on which mere the Power to rule has been transferred between angrez, and Congress and alike >> Category: Politics
  • Trinamul Congress and Congress: Is the Honeymoon Over?    By: Nirmalendu Bikas Mitra

    The people wanted a change in governance in West Bengal. Since 2009, TMC emerged as the only alternative to Left Front.To ensure that division of votes between TMC and Congress does not help LF to remain in power, Mamata Banerjee agreed for an alliance notwithstanding the fact that Congress leaders in Bengal kept mum for 34 years even when CPM let loose a reign of terror, The honeymoon is over. >> Category: Politics
  • From Monarchy to Democracy: Will Bhutan Move Ahead?    By: Nirmalendu Bikas Mitra

    After centuries of Monarchial form of governance, Bhutan has now emerged as a democratic country with the King as a titular head. This is a new thing for the Bhutanese who were very happy under the Wangchuk dynasty since 1907. what do they feel now? >> Category: Politics
  • The After-Revolution Challenges in Egypt    By: Ahmed mohammed

    About the current circumstances in Egypt - With the end of the third level of elections, we can fairly say that the Islamic parties assumed the mission of rebuilding Egypt to obtain its normal position among the civilized countries. >> Category: Politics
  • Holocaust: The Allies Cover up for Adolf Hitler in Congo D.R. (Part.1)    By: Meema N Yaa-Lengi

    The UN investigators have said that this leader who has killed over 7 to 10 million people in a neighboring country has definitely committed genocide or holocaust, looking at the numbers (see The UN Maping Report of 10/1/2010). However, the Allies, the so-called powers of democracy in the world, with the USA leading, England, France, and Belgium making the core support pack, have stayed mum. >> Category: Politics
  • Holocaust: The Allies Cover up for Adolf Hitler in Congo D.R. (Part.2)    By: Meema N Yaa-Lengi

    The UN investigators have said that this leader who has killed over 7 to 10 million people in a neighboring country has definitely committed genocide or holocaust, looking at the numbers (see The UN Maping Report of 10/1/2010). However, the Allies, the so-called powers of democracy in the world, with the USA leading, England, France, and Belgium making the core support pack, have stayed mum. >> Category: Politics
  • Holocaust: The Allies Cover up for Adolf Hitler in Congo D.R. (Part.3)    By: Meema N Yaa-Lengi

    The UN investigators have said that this leader who has killed over 7 to 10 million people in a neighboring country has definitely committed genocide or holocaust, looking at the numbers (see The UN Maping Report of 10/1/2010). However, the Allies, the so-called powers of democracy in the world, with the USA leading, England, France, and Belgium making the core support pack, have stayed mum. >> Category: Politics
  • Equal Development in Nigeria (Part II)    By: Mathew Nwokwu

    It deals with the need for even development in Nigeria. This article seeks to add value to the original texts of Part I. >> Category: Politics
  • Youth Migration in Nigeria (Part I)    By: Mathew Nwokwu

    This article seeks to highlight the need to protect states' slogan and identity in Nigeria and to encourage even development in the Nigerian scheme of things. Discrimination in any form should be discouraged. The South East Region should have access to social amenities and finally, the people of Ezza and Izzi in Abakaliki should be given urgent assistance to discourage rural-urban drift in Nigeria >> Category: Politics
  • Current Political Scenario and the Strength of Democracy    By: Ashutosh Mishra

    The word Democracy must be understood by the current politicians ruling over India so that the Indians can think that it is their country where their thoughts, emotions and genuine demands gets the appropriate value.It was told 'SONE KI CHIDIYA' a decade ago.Let it be told like this spontaneously by all the Indians.Kindly cooperate. >> Category: Politics
  • Square Four Or Square One - Lokpal    By: Anas Khan

    The huge national performance of the largest running theatrical show is nearing its finish. But then as usual there is always the final twist right towards the end. And before the twist, are the set of scenes that are most predictable. But what I am referring to with the theatrical show is the Anna fasting. >> Category: Politics
  • Action Required on Governance, Developmental and Economic Issues of India    By: Gitanjali Maria

    The Indian government needs to put some energy into its activities and concentrate more on governance, developmental and economic issues rather than sleep over in the parliament or narrow-down focus just to one issue. A holistic and active role should be played by the government if it has to win back the confidence of the voters. >> Category: Politics
  • Jan Lokpal Bill: Has Anna Hazare Really Won?    By: Anas Khan

    Victory, especially when it comes after a long, hard and unequal struggle, can taste very sweet. The fact that the Anna Hazare-led movement against corruption has forced the Parliament to agree to key elements from its draft of the Jan Lokpal Bill is an extremely significant one and can potentially mark a turning point in the manner in which democracy is practised in India. >> Category: Politics
  • Rahul Thanks Anna Hazare on Lokpal Bill But Warns of Dangerous Precedent    By: Anas Khan

    As the government searches for a solution that will persuade Anna Hazare to end his hunger strike, it played its ace on Friday. Rahul Gandhi chose Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha to break his silence on the Lokpal Bill - thanking Anna for articulating the sentiments of the poor on the issue of corruption, but also warning that democratic processes could not be undermined. >> Category: Politics
  • Anti-corruption Leader Anna Hazare Cannot Yet Be Compared to Gandhi    By: Anas Khan

    The anti-corruption movement that Anna Hazare and his associates have launched rocked the establishment in Delhi to its foundations; but it is utterly hyperbolic to describe this movement as a second independence movement and to liken Hazare to Gandhi. >> Category: Politics
  • Arundhati Roy Blasts Anti-corruption Saint Anna Hazare    By: Anas Khan

    Booker prize-winning author Arundhati Roy launched a scathing attack on Monday on the 'aggressive nationalism' behind the anti-corruption drive led by hunger-striking campaigner Anna Hazare. >> Category: Politics
  • Anna Hazare's Victory - The Constitution's Defeat    By: Anas Khan

    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 'the Mahatma' - the father of the nation, delivered India independence on August 15, 1947. Immediately thereafter Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, 'Chacha' and his progeny Indira Gandhi, the daughter and eventually her son, the grandson Rajiv Gandhi finally took over the reigns of the Govt. >> Category: Politics
  • Civil Society Vs. Government    By: Devendra Pandey

    This article discusses on various issues of confrontation between government and civil society. A case study on recent incidents in India due to the Lokpal bill. >> Category: Politics
  • Lokpal Bill: Why the Prime Minister Shouldn't Be Included    By: Vijeth A.M

    Why the prime minister of India should not come under the ambit of the lokpal. >> Category: Politics
  • Pro Democrat    By: Dan Paton

    Dan Paton is a fifth generation retired Seaman/Longshorman. Paton was born and raised in San Francisco, California. His ancestors arrived and settled in California in 1849; thus making them original 49er's. Since retirement, Paton has focused his interest in history and has recently published his first article, Pro-Democrat. Pro Democrat shares my research and experience on organized crime. >> Category: Politics
  • The 3rd Way: MK II - (USA Presidential Elections 2012)    By: Matthew Thorpe

    Why America needs a fiscal conservative but a social liberal. This article evaluates 2012 candiates President Obama, Michele Bachmann and Mittt Romney against the growing popular demand for fiscal conservatism. It argues the need to reign in fiscal expenditure, but to maintain the liberal social policies of the centre. >> Category: Politics
  • The World Need Fear Nothing But Pakistan's Nihilism    By: Nakul Kumar

    The Jury is still out on whether Pakistan is collapsing, has already collapsed or will never collapse. What is clear is that should Pakistan ever collapse the consequences would be catastrophic not only in its immediate neighborhood of South Asia but for the world at large. The anarchy of every day Pakistan makes for a nation with a little sense of self; a nation where the dominating narrative is >> Category: Politics
  • Muslim Countries Under Drone Attack - Who Will Take Stand Against This    By: abdul qayyum

    Imran Khan (Ex Cricketer) giving derna (Sitting) against drone attacks in Tribal Areas. Jammat Islami and civil community participating in this derna (Sitting) >> Category: Politics
  • Ending the Odyssey: A Proposal For Restoring the Peace in Libya - PART 5    By: David Weinczok

    The international intervention in Libya was launched with the primary mandate of protecting civilians under threat from Gadhafi's armed forces. What has paradoxically resulted are increasingly desperate conditions across the entire northern region of the the country. This paper proposes a necessary, if imperfect, course of action to resolve this situation and prevent a further human catastrophe. >> Category: Politics
  • Ending the Odyssey: A Proposal For Restoring the Peace in Libya - PART 4    By: David Weinczok

    The international intervention in Libya was launched with the primary mandate of protecting civilians under threat from Gadhafi's armed forces. What has paradoxically resulted are increasingly desperate conditions across the entire northern region of the the country. This paper proposes a necessary, if imperfect, course of action to resolve this situation and prevent a further human catastrophe. >> Category: Politics
  • Ending the Odyssey: A Proposal For Restoring the Peace in Libya - PART 3    By: David Weinczok

    The international intervention in Libya was launched with the primary mandate of protecting civilians under threat from Gadhafi's armed forces. What has paradoxically resulted are increasingly desperate conditions across the entire northern region of the the country. This paper proposes a necessary, if imperfect, course of action to resolve this situation and prevent a further human catastrophe. >> Category: Politics
  • Ending the Odyssey: A Proposal For Restoring the Peace in Libya - PART 2    By: David Weinczok

    The international intervention in Libya was launched with the primary mandate of protecting civilians under threat from Gadhafi's armed forces. What has paradoxically resulted are increasingly desperate conditions across the entire northern region of the the country. This paper proposes a necessary, if imperfect, course of action to resolve this situation and prevent a further human catastrophe. >> Category: Politics
  • Ending the Odyssey: A Proposal For Restoring the Peace in Libya - PART 1    By: David Weinczok

    The international intervention in Libya was launched with the primary mandate of protecting civilians under threat from Gadhafi's armed forces. What has paradoxically resulted are increasingly desperate conditions across the entire northern region of the the country. This paper proposes a necessary, if imperfect, course of action to resolve this situation and prevent a further human catastrophe. >> Category: Politics
  • Peter Orszag on Medical Malpractice Methodology    By: Sara Belloes

    In a recent article for The New York Times, the expert on the US economy Peter Orszag talked about how Congress had missed a golden opportunity to protect doctors. According to the former Director of the Office for Budget and Management, medical professionals were ordering more tests than necessary in order to protect them from lawsuits that could damage their integrity. >> Category: Politics
  • Is War is the Only Solution to Solve the Issues of Pakistan and India    By: abdul qayyum

    Invitation of Indian Prime Minister to Pakistani Prime Minister and President to watch the India-Pakistan World Cup semi-final in Mohali on March 30. >> Category: Politics
  • Corruption - A Way of Life    By: Akhila Kovvuri

    Who is to be blamed for corruption? The rich? The politicians? What about us:the citizens? Do we have a role in encouraging this sin? Read on....... >> Category: Politics
  • Turkey is a Glittering Star For All the Muslim World (Analysis)    By: abdul qayyum

    Turkey is bridge between East and West. Some political analytical said that USA is using Turkey and promote their activities in Islamic World for achieving better result. But dis agree these analysis reports because Turkey has lengthy experience with Western Countries. >> Category: Politics
  • The Mindset of Public, Private and Parliament in India    By: gunda ramesh babu

    The present environment in India is in highly dangerous situation in all spheres of politics, economy, and industrial environment. The entire nation is facing several problems such as telecommunication scam, adarsh housing scam, s-band scam, block money in Swiss bank, violence in several states, like telengana, and inflation etc., india is facing a high deficit financial crunch today. >> Category: Politics
  • Economic Partnership of India with Japan and Malaysia    By: abdul qayyum

    The trend of closer regional ties, particularly closer cooperation in economic and trade fields, is fast emerging in the changing international situation. The nations living in different parts of the world are enhancing their relations with their neighbors in a way in which they no only learn from one another's experiences but where benefits of economic development. >> Category: Politics
  • Peter Orszag and the Hamilton Project    By: Kevin Scott

    The Hamilton Project was co-founded and directed by Peter Orszag in 2005, while he was working at the Brookings Institution. The project was named after Alexander Hamilton, who was the United States' first treasury secretary. The Hamilton Project seeks to advance America's promise of opportunity, prosperity, and growth. >> Category: Politics
  • What is Benami Property    By: Dave Information

    Benami property is illegally amassed wealth that politicians and businessmen have. There are various benami transactions that occur in the country. For one to understand what benami property is, a little explanation is needed. >> Category: Politics
  • Beginning of the End of Caste Politics in India    By: Dave Information

    The caste based politics has changed for the better in Bihar. It may change the scene of politics in India. >> Category: Politics
  • Politics in the U.S.A.    By: bryan nelson

    What America was made for? USA's foundation was built on honesty, justice, freedom, and integrity. It was made so that our people (the Americans) may live in a free and outspoken society. >> Category: Politics
  • Racism in America: The Horror of It All    By: C. M. Schroeder

    A short article on racism in America. Let me begin by saying that I am not racist. I have many friends from ethnicities aside from my own (for the record, I am caucasian). However, racism in America has turned into the greatest evil in the nation... >> Category: Politics
  • Do we Really Need to Change Ourself After CWG?    By: Shashiyogi |Bhushan

    India is growing at the rate of 8 to 10 percent rate. That's a good part of it, other Part of it is we are endorsing corruption and started ignoring in much bigger scale CWG is what we know from the news! However do we ever care to give our verdict ever based on these rampant corruption No I want to think and analyse deeply with my fellow citizens On this. >> Category: Politics
  • College Students Protested While Philippines President Aquino Speaks    By: Melea Agatha Silong

    While Philippine President Benigno Aquino is having his speech, a group of college students interrupted and protested in front of the president. >> Category: Politics
  • Corruption Can Stunt the Growth of a Country    By: Sathish k Paul

    Corruption can stop a nation's growth and break the economy. Learn how from this article. The corruption is deep rooted in the society and there are many countries that have corruption at many levels. >> Category: Politics
  • Methods of Overcoming Power Cuts in Developing Nations    By: Deena David

    Power cuts or blackouts are very common in developing nations. Read this article on methods to overcome this problem. >> Category: Politics
  • Blagojevich as a Cabinet Member?    By: Peter Flynn

    Rod Blagojevich offered the President an opportunity that would have revolutionized American federal governance and would have delivered on the Hope Mr. Obama had sold. Blagojevich offered President-elect Obama a deal that would allow one of his top advisors to replace him as senator of Illinois in exchange for the Governor being appointed to a cabinet position. But the President, high and mighty >> Category: Politics
  • Lawyer Shares Success Story    By: Harris Stacey

    Dealing in workers' compensation is the success story of a local attorney. He drives a Rolls Royce and lives in his own apartment building and claims he is successful. >> Category: Politics
  • Green Campaigning    By: Jinal Dadiya

    Walking down the streets of a metro city on the eve of municipal elections, with Al Gore's 'An inconvenient truth' I watched just an hour ago playing in my mind, it was natural for me to question each in the others perspective and here are some of my simple observations. >> Category: Politics


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