Free Essays on India Political System

  1. Country Profile India

    Country Profile India http://www.dnb.co.in/IndianRetailIndustry/overview.asp http://www.ukessays.com/essays/business/international-business-strategy-of-amorepacific.php http://www.indianmirror.com/indian-industries/cosmetics.html http://www.thenational.ae/thenationalconversation/industry-insig...

  2. The Modernization of a Caste System

    The Modernization of a Caste System Andre Beteille. Caste, Class, and Power: Changing Patterns of Stratification in a Tanjore Village, Berkeley and Los Angeles University of California Press, 1969 The book Caste, Class and Power is about a small village in the Tanjore District in the Madras...

  3. Caste System

    Caste System in India Dr Desh Raj Sirswal, Assistant Professor (Philosophy), P.G.Govt. College for Girls, Sector-11, Chandigarh http://drsirswal.webs.com Introduction  The Indian caste system is a system of social stratification and social restriction in India in which communities are defined...

  4. How did the development of human rights affect the caste system in India

    human rights affect the caste system in India?             The caste system in India is a powerful foundation consisting of many different classes and influences resulting in social segregation which has shaped Indian society for thousands of years. In India the caste system is a strict division between...

  5. Indian Caste System Research Paper

    Discrimination India, the seventh largest country by area with over 1.2 billion people, has one of the most diverse religious life and traditions in the entire world. It is the birthplace of four of the world’s major religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. (1) The Tribal communities of India are one...

  6. Examine the advantages and disadvantages of a comparative analysis of political participation

    disadvantages of a comparative analysis of political participation The change in political participation is currently a hotly discussed topic. Low turnouts in the 2001 and 2005 UK general elections, along with falling membership of political parties have led political organisations to discover the reasons...

  7. Caste and Politics in India

    India became a nation under the British regime after 400 years of Mughal rule. Despite many changes during this long period, one unchanging phenomenon was castediscrimination. Before British rule, a stream of Sufi saints had rejected the Brahmanism and injustice to Dalits (untouchables), but their main...

  8. China and India a Political comparison

    China and India a Political Comparison Thomas Hendricks POL353: Comparative Politics Instructor: Pamela Hunter 11/2/14 Introduction India and China are two very interesting and fascinating countries when one discusses their political systems, political cultures...

  9. Judicial Activism in India: a Necessary Evil

    JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN INDIA: A NECESSARY EVIL Arpita Saha National Law University, Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Judicial activism has always been a source of heated debate, especially in the light of recent developments in this regard. Over the last few years with various controversial decisions, judges of...

  10. The Brave New World: India- a Nation in Transition.

    THE BRAVE NEW WORLD: INDIA- A NATION IN TRANSITION. One of the most influential doctrines in Western Europe since the late eighteenth century is that all humans are divided into groups called ‘nations’. India is one such nation where multifarious ethnicities converge into a unified psychological consciousness...

  11. Corruption India

    In the recent past, India has seen an upsurge in the number and extent of scams spanning across the public as well as the private sector. These scams, to some degree, have highlighted the prevalent levels of bribery and corruption in the country. The same is being echoed in India’s ranking in the corruption...

  12. The Food Processing Sector in India

    is critical to India’s development, for it establishes a vital linkage and synergy between the two pillars of the economy—Industry and Agriculture. India is the world’s second largest producer of food and is expected to be a US$ 344 billion market in 2025 at a compound annual growth rate of 4.1 per cent...

  13. Education system in India

    o strengthen the Indian Education System, an educational policy was adopted by the Indian Parliament in 1968. Education was made an important and integral part of the national development efforts. After independence there has been an effort to spread education to all levels of Indian society. Statistics...

  14. Untouchables in India and Japan

    What is it like to be an untouchable in India (Dalit) and Japan (Burakumin)? To be an untouchable in India or Japan is to be a part of the population that would traditionally be placed at the bottom of the social hierarchy. These untouchables are traditionally associated with occupations that are...

  15. Hindu Militancy and the State of Interreligious Dialogue in India

    HINDU MILITANCY AND THE STATE OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE IN INDIA The Present Context: As the second largest democracy in the world, India sustains a political system identified itself as the Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic. It has a history of long-standing tolerance and peace...

  16. Laws of Manu and How It Has Influenced Contemporary India

    Laws of Manu and how it has influenced contemporary India Every society has some sort of ranking among its members; however India’s caste system is so elaborate that it causes a rift within its society. This rift has hindered the growth of India. How is something supposed to go forward when the gears...

  17. Why a Multi-Party System in Pakistan?

    Why a Multiparty System in Pakistan? Political parties are the flesh and blood of political system. The strengths and weaknesses, successes and failures, pros and cons of a political structure are highly associated with the Political Party System. Giovanni Sartori suggested a method to classify the...

  18. How Does the India of 2025 Look Like: Socially, Politically, and Economically 

    How does the India of 2025 look like: Socially, Politically, and Economically  PoliticalIndia has seen coalition governments in past 2 decades and this trend will more or less continue in 2025 also. Being such a diverse country, regional parties are bound to get strong and the difference between...

  19. Dalits in India

    Topic for the Seminar:Dalits In India By K.Hymavathi Asst.Proffessor Dept.Of AS&H Vitam College of Engg. Visakhapatnam My Paper deals with the “Social Status of Dalits during the pre and post Independent IndiaIndia is a vast country. It is a land of rich culture and heritage. It is also...

  20. INDIA 2020

    INDIA: VISION 2020 Every country needs a vision statement, which stirs the imagination and motivates all segments of society to greater effort. It is an essential step in building a political consensus on a broad national development strategy, which encompasses, inter-alia, the role and responsibility...

  21. India: a Republic Consisting of 28 States

    India, officially the Republic of India (Hindi: भारत गणराज्य Bhārat Gaṇarājya; see also other Indian languages), is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean...

  22. Religions in India - 1

    The construction of a chronological chart of religion in India presents notable problems, particularly with regard to Hinduism. Over the last four millenia, the Hindu tradition has evolved and developed along several diffferent lines and in the process given rise to a large number of tendencies and specific...

  23. Compare and Constrast Classical China and Classical India

    Classical China and India were very similar. The complexities of both India and China’s social hierarchy systems were very different. However their religious views and ideas were similar, and they both began to decline but were able to recover and maintain stability. Both China and India used social hierarchy...

  24. India in Future

    [pic] Delhi, August 14 2005: President Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam's speech: My Dear Citizens of India,  On the eve of the 59th Independence Day, I extend to you my best wishes for your happiness and prosperity. My greetings to all our people at home and abroad. Let us resolve, on this occasion, to...

  25. Strategic Development Between India & China

    Strategic Development between India & China - A comparison This article aims to compare the development strategies and trajectories of the two economic giants of Asia, India and China. Despite different political systems, China and India are aggressively pursuing economic liberalization for growth...

  26. Naxalite Problem of India

    Today, the Naxalite problem is ‘the single largest threat to India’. Largest number of domestic terrorist organisations in the world are in India. The footprint of the Naxalites has spread till India's capital New Delhi, as also the forest and hilly areas of northern States The Naxalite movement has...

  27. The Role of Multiparty System in Ethiopia

     The Role of Multi-party System in Ethiopia SUBMITTED BY - GROUP (I) MEMBERS: Alembante Lealem Liya Lugaine Maithri Obsa Matewos Temesgen Getaneh Selam Araya Tsega Yohannes SUBMITTED TO ― MICHEAL SISAYE November, 2013 Addis Ababa Table of Contents ...

  28. National Integration in India

    India is a vast country with a vast population. The vast population follows different cultures and religions; and; belongs to different castes and sub-castes, races and communities. So, the national integration of India invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. It is the individuals who constitute...

  29. India—an Emerging Power in the World

    India—an Emerging Power in the World Rare are the moments in history when a nation suddenly captures the imagination of the world. For India, those rare moments have arrived. The country is achieving a high economic growth of over...

  30. The Three Types of Economic Systems

    Angela Adams Byland Mid-term Essay February 11, 2009 The Three Types of Economic Systems When it comes to an economy, there are three basic economic questions that each must answer. When I think of economic questions, I think of more complicated stuff like "How do we control inflation?", "How do...

  31. revolution in religion and philosophy in the civilizations in India and China

    India - India for most of its time was under the rule of imperial powers. There was the Mauryan Dynasty (324BC-183BC), Gupta rulers, and the Nomadic invasion. Under the rule of Ashoka, Mauryan rule followed the characteristic of the imperial pattern of dividing territory into provinces and use of a...

  32. The Role of Nris in India

    peace and prosperity of India and Indians around the world. There are over 25 millions NRIs in the world population. This is a significant population, that is talented, resourceful, and quite sensitive towards the development of India. During the period of last six months, India has gone through a cycle...

  33. Ancient India

    Ancient India The civilizations of the Indus River Valley were a very unique group for a number of reasons. As with most ancient civilizations, the social, political and economic systems were guided by religious beliefs. For ancient Indians; however, religious practice literally dictated most levels...

  34. Presidential System of Government for India

    Presidential System of Government for India by Dr. Subhash Kapila India stands out as a shining symbol of democracy amongst the nations that emerged as independent states after the demise of colonial rule post-World War II. India’s founding fathers, and I stress the plural, opted for the Westminster...

  35. Anti-Colonial Nationalismi in British Colonial India

    Anti-Colonial Nationalism in British Colonial India Ian Andrews INTP248 ID#: 300141754 Word Count: 1755 A thorough analysis of India during the fight for freedom from colonial British rule must include three different aspects: the origins, the nature, and the scope of the conflict. The...

  36. Why India Will Overtake China

    Despite recent growth, political oppression will keep the Asian tiger on a tight leash. NEW YORK (Fortune) -- On behalf of thousands of peasants from his native village, Ma Wenlin, a self-taught lawyer in northern China, sued the local government in 1997 to recover taxes that had been illegally assessed...

  37. Caste in India

    Caste (Oxford India Short Introductions). By SURINDER S. JODHKA. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012. xvii, 201 pp. Rs 195 (paperback). Surinder S. Jodhka’s monograph Caste provides a concise yet very informative history of the complex reality of caste in India. At the same time, the author...

  38. Democracy and India

    Planet India, a book that examines “the turbulent rise of the largest democracy and the future of our world.” India is a country “going through a continued phase of incredible evolution and change,” she told America.gov.  In recent decades, India has moved from the tight control of a political dynasty...

  39. Democracy as Political Ideology

    (see Political ideologies), or a set of ideas proposed by the dominant class of a society to all members of this society. It also originated in the work of Karl Marx and its analysis remains a sign that such analysis is either Marxist or strongly influenced by Marxism. What is a political ideology...

  40. Rights of and Restrictions on Women in India, China, and Japan

    restrictions would always follow. This eternal push and pull of the woman’s place in society lasted for many centuries. Women in Japan, China, and India were subject to similar liberties and laws, even though there were a few differences; these liberties and laws can be condensed into three categories:...

  41. Poltics in India

    constituent state within the Union of India has been the oldest demands in the history of modern India , till now its gain nothing rather remains as history creator of Indian Gorkha even after more than hundred years. Over the year this demand took various political turns and twist, it particularly and...

  42. Economic and Political Systems of the Zulu Culture

    Economic and Political Systems of the Zulu Culture Zulu Economy: Rural Zulu raise cattle and farm corn and vegetables for subsistence purposes. The men and herd boys are primarily responsible for the cows, which are grazed in the open country, while the women do most, if not all, of the planting and...

  43. Bop Crisis of India 1991

    Executive Summary: The paper attempts to study and analyze the various causes and factors that prompted the Balance of Payments crisis that occurred in India in 1991 and to evaluate the various steps taken by the Government and Central bank to fight the crisis and come out of it successfully. The paper begins...

  44. Eli Lilly in India

    Eli Lilly in India: Rethinking the Joint Venture Strategy Lilly Core Competence & Competitive Advantage: Innovation, research and drug development Lilly’s mission is to “create and deliver superior health care solutions in order to provide customers around the world with optimal clinical and...

  45. Environmental Issues in India

    Environmental issues in India The rapid growing population and economic development is leading to a number of environmental issues in India because of the uncontrolled growth ofurbanization and industrialization, expansion and massive intensification of agriculture, and the destruction of forests. ...

  46. Class Has over Taken Caste in Contemporary India

    CONTEMPORARY INDIA NAME: ABHINAV KUMAR VERMA BBA LLB: 2ND SEMESTER DIV: B ROLL NO: 84 SUBJECT: SOCIOLOGY "We divided ourselves among caste, creed, culture and countries but is undivided remains most valuable: a mere smile and the love." Class has over taken caste in contemporary India Introduction ...

  47. Indian Caste System vs. Modern Social Stratification

    ESSAY Subject: History of Civilizations Question: 1. Analyze the Indian caste system and compare it to modern social stratification of the society. Discuss and identify similarities and differences. "Birth is not the cause, my friend; it is virtues which are the cause of auspiciousness...

  48. Corruption in India

    Corruption in India Corruption is not a new phenomenon in India. It has been prevalent in society since ancient times. History reveals that it was present even in the Mauryan period. Great scholar Kautilya mentions the...

  49. Country Financial Market Project (India)

    Country Financial Market Selected Country: India History of India India came into existence on 15th Aug 1947. India is formally recognized as Republic of India and it is located in South Asia. As per the statistics, India is the seventh largest country by area. According to the recent statistics...

  50. India Caste System

    caste system India has a hierarchical caste system in the society. Within Indian culture, Hindu or Muslim, urban or village, virtually all things, people, and groups of people are ranked according to various essential qualities. The social Hierarchy is present everywhere in India. Although India is a...

  51. Essays-India 2020

    Report of the Committee on India Vision 2020 Chairman Dr. S. P. Gupta lR;eso t;rs Planning Commission Government of India New Delhi DECEMBER, 2002 d` " .k pUæ iUr K. C. PANT mik/;{k ;ks t uk vk;ks x Hkkjr DEPUTY CHAIRMAN PLANNING COMMISSION INDIA lR;es o t;rs FOREWORD ...

  52. A Review of Edward Luce’s in Spite of the Gods: the Strange Rise of Modern India

    Rise of Modern India Lant Pritchett* India poses a development puzzle on a grand scale. Sixty years of electoral democracy, thirty years of rapid growth, and a number of world class institutions (such as the Institutes of Technology or Election Commission) have led to talk of India as a superpower...

  53. corruption in india

    Corruption has progressively increased and is now rampant in our society. National scenario Corruption in India is a consequence of the nexus between Bureaucracy, politics and criminals. India is now no longer considered a soft state. It has now become a consideration state where everything can be had...

  54. China and India Political and Economical Structures

    The People’s Republic of China and the Republic of India: Comparing and Contrasting Political and Economic Structures I. Introduction: In a political perspective “The People’s Republic of China” and the “Republic of India” are from diverse dimensions in which China is mostly dominated by the...

  55. Law and Political Violence

    [pic] POLITICAL SCIENCE-I B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) I Year II Trimester Year 2007 LAW AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE Submitted by: Subhang.p.Nair ID NO: 1612 DATE OF SUBMISSION: December 20, 2007 TABLE OF CONTENTS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE 4 INTRODUCTION 6 POLITICAL VIOLENCE...

  56. What Citizen of India Should Really Know

    What the citizens of India should really know The Nuclear DEAL? 1. The Indo US Cooperation on the Civilian Nuclear Program and the Agreement is now being called a 'deal', which, in common 'parlance' is not considered a polite word and our Prime Minister is being targeted as if he has made...

  57. Death of U.S.-India Nuclear Deal

    President Bush's last, best chance for a positive legacy in international affairs. Last week administration officials conceded to the Financial Times that India would not approve a nuclear cooperation pact with Washington during Bush's tenure. In March 2006, President Bush signed a nuclear agreement in New...

  58. India in the Decades Post-Liberalization

    English 151 2010 The Awakening of a Sleeping Tiger: India in the Decades Post-Liberalization “It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” Kofi Anan is attributed with this saying, one that succinctly summarizes globalization’s...

  59. Caste System: Confinement of the Indian People under a Glass Ceiling

    Introduction India’s Caste System, a system of social stratification, began with the idea of keeping peace and order throughout India. Though as time passed, it has created a pernicious effect that restricted the growth and potentiality of a person. As such, the caste system is a barrier (ie. a glass...

  60. Foreign Country Analysis Report - India

    Content 1. Introduction 2. The Political System 3. The Economic System 4. The Legal System 5. Culture 6. Geography 7. Conclusion 1. Introduction In recent decades, globalization plays an important role in integrating and emerging different countries’ economy and culture. For instance, the...