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Do government’s schemes for up-lifting vulnerable and backward communities by protecting required social resources for them, lead to their exclusion in establishing businesses in urban economics?
Governmental schemes are aimed at assisting the underprivileged and backward communities in their endeavors, and not give them freebies that discourage them from taking up initiatives of their own. The schemes target to provide them with certain social resources because they have been excluded from mainstream society for decades, and are still reeling under the ..
Though the federal principle is dominant in our Constitution and that principle is one of its basic features, but it is equally true that federalism under the Indian Constitution leans in favour of a strong Centre, a feature that militates against the concept of strong federalism. Discuss.
India is neither wholly federal nor unitary; it is quasi-federal with more of a federal leaning than a unitary one. The Indian constitution provides for devolution of powers to the states, by under the purview of a strong central entity, thus combining the central characteristic of the both federal and unitary forms of government. The ..
Starting from inventing the 'basic structure' doctrine, the judiciary has played a highly proactive role in ensuring that India develops into a thriving democracy. In light of the statement, evaluate the role played by judicial activism in achieving the ideals of democracy.
Historically, the Indian Judiciary has played a proactive role, stepping in when the other two branches of the government seem to have faltered. The linkage between Judicial activism and democracy is a complex one. One of the important characteristics of a democratic nation is the separation of powers between the three branches of the government, ..
Bring out the relationship between the shrinking Himalayan glaciers and the symptoms of climate change in the Indian sub-continent.
The Himalayan glaciers are shrinking at an alarming rate of 0.50% annually, and are expected to shrink by 45% by 2100, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report. The shrinking Himalayas are symptomatic of the adverse effects of the global warming caused by the climate change in the Indian subcontinent. The ..