pol·i·ty: An organized society, such as a nation, having a specific form of government.
This blog aims to look at social and economic developments in India by adding dimensions of political subtext to the debate. The aim is to look at the ideal role of our institutions (like political parties, judiciary, media, government agencies) and their shortcomings which keep getting highlighted on an everyday basis.
From May 2013 onwards, the blog has become a collaborative effort between like-minded individuals interested in public policy issues in India. The aim is to write on contemporary public policy issues ranging from corruption, communalism, cricket regulation, or India’s judiciary and government agencies (really, any issue relating to the way India and Indians are governed). We will try not to take overtly political stances, and our posts will be based on facts.
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