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Why Electoral Funding at Present is The Fountainhead of Corruption?

"Leadership is not about the next election, it's about the next upcoming generation.", Simon sinek. As a citizen of India we proud of our Indian Democracy but few of us bother to fund a political party of our choice.. It is very hard to articulate or imagine a present developed or developing political structure or so called 'system' that can do without its political funding, digitizing and institutionalizing parties and election effectively rooted in social, political, economic and cultural cleavages with voter alignments too.
Generally, it is crucial that an 'Election Agency' cannot be part and parcel of the government and should be insulate from the governmental influences of any layers or levels. So, it automatically becomes 'Centralised Election Agency'. Such kind of agency may provides the opportunities to learn from the experiences of different sub National elections to the ruling party. i.e., In 2006 West Bengal Assembly Elections..

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Just thinking about Reliance food

Trilok Singh: India Need “Reliance Jio Food Or Reliance Jio Education”, types of offer to eradicate hunger, poverty, illiteracy etc from India.” Not “Jio Unlimited Recharge offers” and reliance fresh, which can not fulfill the requirements of poor communities or marginalised section in India. God and poor people blessed him if Reliance launched above kind of offers for poor or what we can say deprived section in India. The Communication Recharge offer discourse in India has undergone huge change in the wake of “tax reform era, 2017”. In other words, “Crisis of Globalisation and the rise of populism Scenario”. The present form of government has been accused of favouring the corporates, rich, powerful, and privileged from the very beginning. More specifically, to serve the agenda of “Company Raj2 upcoming model”. In Short, “No acche din for marginalised Section”. Some of top Author/prof. argue that, Its all about right wing populism concerns. Populist space that have explore..

Dr. Ajay G…

Crisis of Globalisation and the Rise of populism

Today’s rise in nationalism is a reaction by different nations in the world against the prevalent neo-liberal world order and the inequality it promotes.The neoliberal world order the United States created and disseminated around the world after 1945 had globalisation as its hallmark. This globalisation would come to be defined through America’s increasingly prominent economic and military role in the globe. Today, however, this neoliberal system is facing unprecedented challenges, and the seemingly ubiquitous phenomenon of globalisation is under threat from the forces of nationalism not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.

The era of globalization was wild. It began in the late-1970s, picked up steam throughout the 1980s, then soared through the 1990s and beyond.

David M. Smick, a global macroeconomic adviser, is founder and editor of the International Economy magazine and author of “The World Is Curved: Hidden Dangers to the Global Economy.” Lately, even China and In…