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Political Environment in India

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The political environment of a country includes all laws, government agencies, and lobbying groups that influence or restrict individuals or organizations in the society. Let us discuss here the Political Environment in India...

 

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Infuse young educated blood complete 
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 Melange of Old experinced with Young educated
By : Charles davison
phanindra  |  Argues in support of  "Infuse young educated blood complete"  |  3 years ago
yes.everything should b revamped.india desperately needs fresh start.
priyanka pushparajan  |  Argues in support of  "Melange of Old experinced with Young educated"  |  3 years ago
surely young educated blood can revamp politics..as they are above any predefined notions...they have more wider outlook...they have not restricted their vision....but to manage a system is not an easy task..ther would many unprevalent situations...
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1 Nehruji's choice of philosophers from whom Indian Economic environement is designed lead to such Politics and life here..
By : Mathew Cherian
Mathew Cherian  |  Added idea  "Nehruji's choice of philosophers from whom Indian Economic environement is designed lead to such Politics and life here.."  |  2 years ago
Odd Indian Politics emanating from Nehruvian conception of Economics of India Countries when prefer sovereign status choose their Philosophers. When Nehru and colleagues chose their philosophers they chose JS Mill and Schumpeter they being...
 
 
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Blessing in Disguise for UPA By Rajeev Sharma The Indian media has been missing the wood for the trees in its commentary on two recent developments: the Supreme Court order on setting up a special investigation team to probe and recover black money stashed abroad, and opposition criticism of the government for allowing civil society to usurp parliament’s right to make laws on the Lokpal (ombudsman) bill issue. Both these developments are in fact blessings in disguise for the beleaguered United Progressive Alliance government. It’s true that the Supreme Court has passed tough strictures against the UPA government, and it would be accurate to say that following the 2G spectrum scam, the gover...
By : Rajeev Sharma
S. Muralidharan  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
Truly, the scenario is “Blessing in the Disguise” for UPA-II. While the Supreme Court’s intervention is a “blot” to the Governance, this Government has got a “breather” now, after setting up of “SIT” under the supervision of two eminent retired...
Srinivas suravajhala  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
Good observation sir. A good article. Both the situations are the worst situations being faced by UPA and criticism from all corners. The Supreme Court intervention in black money stashed abroad issue and the opposition parties stand on Lokpal...
 
 
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By : Brijesh A Patel
Brijesh A Patel  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
I said no because of still our country drive by foreigners by way of politically as well as indirectly.
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By : laxminarayana
laxminarayana  |  Argues in support of  "yes"  |  3 years ago
In my opinion half minded actions will be initiated and Politicians will start thinking about the same due to the high yielded response is being received in support of Anna.
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If you were given complete VETO power to ask one question to the prime minister of India (only one Question) directly in front of the entire population of India (India only) and the entire Media, the...
By : Anantha Shayana. D
S. Muralidharan  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
WHY HAVE YOU BURIED YOUR HONESTY TO BE AMONGST THE HOOLIGANS AND DESH DROHIS?
Brajesh Mishra  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
Dear Mr. Prime Minister, When the money of Indian citizen's lying in the account of foreign banks will be bought back to India for the interest of countrymen India's development ?  
 
 
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By : Denny Joseph
yash saxena  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
once there was a man who thought of reaching the moon and he went there.Its all a bout our guts ,our determination and our desires to achieve our goal and if we have that qualities then no one can stop us.SIMILARLY INDIAN PEOPLE NEES TO BE...
bhagwat nawade  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Initialy our systems i.e from government office to politics is very bad. they are mainly cause of that, then when we people who support them for doing so.
Kavitha Shankar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
No I don't blame people here, its the system which is not letting us grow, we elect people who are not capable of handling things, thats why we are seeing India in a dissarray at the moment, and its because of few people with narrow mindset is...
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Anoop Dhopte  |  Argues in support of  "NO"  |  3 years ago
I think its good to follow the policy "Pehle mulaqaat, phir baat, aur agar zarrorat pade to laat".
S. Muralidharan  |  Argues in support of  "YES"  |  3 years ago
Unhealthy competition drives even self-proclaimed honest people to attempt dis-honest practices. Value system is degenerating! We need a thorough over-hauling in our thought processes.
sumita  |  Argues in support of  "NO"  |  3 years ago
I think no one can influence your ethics and change your values. so being dishonest and selfish is not at all an acquired trait.In the words of Gandhiji, "don't let anybody walk into your mind with their dirty feet."
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By : R Reghu Raj
R Reghu Raj  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
Yes, disciplined employees make the working environment more comfort
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dinesh kumar sharma  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
honest leadership is required at top level, honesty , integrity like corruption percolate from top to bottom.
Omkar Kulkarni  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
I think there are some more steps have to take to tackle this problem. 1. Single window system . 2. RTI should be inserted in syllabus. 3. Everyone responsibilitiy is not to give & take bribe. 4. Do your work honestly. 5. In every govt office...
malladi madhukumar  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
By encouraging honest and sincere people and supporting them.  
 
 
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