What is democracy and why is democracy? A nation can only be defined as a true democracy if the incumbent government rules in accordance with the majority, while respecting rights of the minority.
In different times, diverse economic and political orders have ruled the roost in different parts of the world. However, two political ideologies – the Left and the Right – have evolved with complete might and vigor to occupy the most dominant positions in the political setup of the world.
The report card of the UPA Government is under the scanner too with people trying to make an attempt to decide the course of the country for the next five years. Obviously there would have been something that it had done right; atleast hopefully! But there would also be failures therefore let’s take a look at those!
It was during World War II, when US had struck the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with an atomic bomb. The bombing resulted in mass scale loss of human life and collateral damage. The after effects of the war are evident till date.
There have been few leaders in the history of the world that have worked painstakingly hard in propagating the culture and ideals of communism and didn’t mind sacrificing their lives for the cause. Here is a list of top 10 people behind propagating communism.
China and India began their post independence journey almost at the same time, but the way the “Asian Dragon” has emerged as a clear winner in the race is worth pondering over. China is clearly on the way to achieve the status of a superpower in few years to come, while India is struggling with its economic policies presently.
The last two wars that were fought on a global level brought large scale destruction of human life. The after effects were grave and a large majority of nations in the world had to deal with them for a long time.
Media censorship is the tool used by regimes to suppress people. At the sight of danger to power, establishments resort to suppression of information flow to nip any uprising in its bud. Censorship in any form is not conducive to an evolving society.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been a part of national politics since the time of its inception in 1980. Earlier known as Jan Sangh, the party is one of the two prominent parties in the mainstream politics of the country.