3 edition of Political parties with special reference to India found in the catalog.
Political parties with special reference to India
C. V. Chandrasekharan
|Statement||by C.V. Chandrasekharan.|
|Series||SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 07903.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm BUL-ENG-108 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 108 p.|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||96907810|
In recent years, and under the influence of new telecommunications and social media, citizen movements have emerged as an alternative to political party membership for citizen participation in democratic decision-making processes. Diverse groups of citizens, often including high numbers of youth, have made an increasing impact on democratic processes in Asia and Europe. In the light of these, we introduce the national and regional political parties in today’s India and then look at what is wrong with political parties and what can be done about it. File Size: 1MB.
Though there are multiplicity of political parties and coalition governments in many European countries, yet these do not make government in power ineffective and unstable as in India, e.g., Deve Gowda government () and Gujarat government (). A unique feature of several political parties in India is that they mobilize caste support. III. Comparative and Analytical Study of the Political Systems: Political system of Turkey, Iran, Malaysia, India and China IV. Political Movements in India (Colonial Period): Rise of Muslim Nationalism in South Asia and Pakistan Movement (with special reference to the role of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah).
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Indian National Congress and Social Liberalism. Political Parties Of India 1. • A political party is a group of like-minded people who hold similar views on political issues of the country.• It is an organised group seeking to gain power through democratic means.•.
Political Parties Class 10 Civics Notes Social Science () State Parties • A party that secures at least six percent of the total votes in an election to the Legislative Assembly of a State and wins at least two seats is recognised as a State party.
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From the theoretical, historical, socio-cultural, and comparative matrices of indian polity, this book ranges through strategies, concerns, and issues that strengthen and support india tried and tested political 4/5(17). The four roles of political parties are: selecting candidates to run for office, keeping the other political parties in check, keeping the public informed on issues, and organizing the government.
There are two major political parties in the United States government, Democrats and Republicans, making the country a two-party system. India is the world's largest demoracy with billion population, and over million electorate. This democratic system is in place since India got its independence from British government.
The constitution of India came into force on 26 Novemeber with values such as trinity of justice, liberty and equality for all citizens. Our constitution has been one of the most amended national.
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Political parties in India cannot depend entirely on the “Hindu” vote, which cannot be seen, in any case, as one cohesive religious group due to different belief systems.
India has the second-largest Muslim population of the world, after Indonesia. In some parts of India, the Muslim population is close to 50 percent. Indian Political System Book 47 -> DOWNLOAD (Mirror #1) 85ea The,political,system,of,British,India.,With,special,reference,to,the,recent.
All-India political parties have been officially defined as those national parties with broad-based national support and able to win at least six per cent of valid votes polled in any four or more States at the general elections to the Lok Sabha or to the Legislative Assembly and in addition win at least four seats in the Lok Sabha from any.Whether it is the factionalism of Indian political parties or the nomination of candidates and the mode of election campaign, most things can be explained through caste interests and caste balance.
Ideally, caste and democratic political system signify opposite value systems. Caste is hierarchical.Political Parties in India, Their Ideology and Organisation. Kedar Nath Kumar. Mittal Publications, Jan 1, - Political Science - pages.
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