Category: political

Narendra Modi And His Inspirational Quotes

Narendra Modi is an Indian politician who is the 14th and current Prime Minister of India. He was born on 17 September 1950 in Vadnagar, Mehsana district, Gujarat. He was born in the family of grocers. He has experienced poverty in his childhood and that is why Modi wants to help needy people. He is a very optimistic person and a successful politician. He is one such politician because of whom youth of India started to take interest in politics. Life of Narendra Modi and his journey from a poor man to the Prime Minister of India is very...

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Corruption in India

Bishop Joseph Apthy remarks, “There is nothing so ill as the corruption of the best” Corruption can be seen in various forms and offices in you day to day life like electricity, telephone etc. newspaper and tv news channels are full of reports relating to bribes or corruption. These corruption days can be compared to Charles Dicken’s analysis in Bleak House meaning, “Fog is everywhere.” This corruption leads to treacherous activities in society. However, efforts are taken regularly by the government to curb the wings of demon of corruption. The corruption cases against leaders give a severe blow to...

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Bureaucratic set up in India

[quads id=1] Public administration has its basis in Bureaucratic set up which includes a number of factors like:- Manpower Management Personnel Management Labour Welfare Recruitment Promotion Discipline Retirement etc. Encyclopaedia of Britannica says, “Bureaucracy is a body of professional, full time officials employed in the civil affairs of a state in non-political capacity. Bureaucracy is considered to be the body of official which is professionally skilled, technically trained and paid for their hard work. These are professional administrators and are neutral, non-biased and impartial in approach. They have their own work experience. Bureaucracy is considered to be the guiding...

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Reservation policy was started to provide equal opportunity to everyone. It was done so because the rural areas of the country lacked infrastructure. Moreover, the condition of backward classes (especially in rural areas) was also weak. Backward people of remote areas of states like Odisha, Bihar are not even aware of this policy and their rights. These are derived of primary education and basic employment opportunities in their place. This causes disequilibrium in the state and their raking in the country. The reservation quota of states is about 49% in many states of India. This 49% is further divided...

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nuclear arms role in asia

Albert Einstein once said, “The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything expect our thinking. Thus, we are drifting forward catastrophe beyond conception we shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive”. Asia is the largest continent in the world among 7 continents in the world. The seven continents are Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Antarctica. This region none suffers the race of nuclear missile weapons. The security of the countries in Asia has increased significantly. The major increase in this race began by Beijing nuclear cost and the...

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