JANAAGRAHA CENTRE FOR CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRACY
2014: A politically eventful year for India
The states of Jharkahand, Maharashtra and Haryana witnessed a regime change and Jammu and Kashmir saw a hung Parliament in the recent elections.
Lok Sabha 2014: Election Commission’s errors of omission were a killjoy
Reports have shown how deletions made without due verification deny v...
Trinamool Congress MP Sugata Bose wows all with maiden speech in Lok Sabha
Trinamool Congress MP Sugata Bose won the hearts of parliamentaria...
BJP would scrap Article 370 after forming next government: Amit Shah
Article 370 of the Constitution grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
BJP trying to turn Lok Sabha polls into 'khaki election': Shashi Tharoor
In Shashi Tharoor's view, a "daily terror" of hunger, poverty and disease strikes the hearts of millions of India and the government must deal with that too.
ULBs contribute to less than 37% revenue of total receipt
Among the 12 states analysed in the study, Punjab (74%), Goa (55%) and Andhra Pradesh (54%) were the only ones whose municipal bodies contributed revenue over half of the total receipts.
2014 was a mandate for hope and aspiration, 2019 is about confidence and acceleration: Narendra Modi
The first phase of polling and the people’s response have reinforced my confidence, said PM Modi
Missing from India's smart cities plan: Citizen participation
While a focus on urban problems is welcome, it is worth asking whether government is only thinking of technocratic solutions to India’s urban problems.
1st draft of Nepal constitution to be presented in Parliament
Later today, the draft will be presented to the Constituent Assembly for deliberation that was prepared on the basis of the 16-point agreement.
Chinese President Xi Jinping asks Aung San Suu Kyi to take long term view of China-Myanmar ties
Xi met Suu Kyi and asked her to take a long term view of the Sino-Myanmar ties which faced turbulence after the fall of the military junta which had close ties with the communist giant.
Google, partners launch India Elections Center
Internet giant Google on Monday unveiled an online resource in English and Hindi for voters taking part in India's general elections later this month.
Not just Rahul Gandhi, all of us are under surveillance, Anand Sharma says
All of us are under surveillance; there are vehicles parked here and there and people who question our staff on who comes and who goes into our homes.
Pakistan hopes again, constitutionally
At first glance, instability resembling incipient anarchy still seems to prevail in Pakistan.
Overhaul and improve the country’s governance
While the world predicts a robust economic upsurge for India in ensuing decades, the country’s own mood remains entrapped in gloom and uncertainty.
The wormhole effect
The Wormhole Revolution is about the new skill that every manager needs in this democracy of genius. The new ability is to find wormholes or short-cuts into great ideas.
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