Constituency-wise Manifestoes, their regulation and consequences

1 Introduction Today’s Mint carries an article on how political parties have increasingly moved to a system of “localised” manifestoes for the 2014 general election. This is a significant trend that began with Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi election campaign where it released local manifestoes for each assembly constituency (link). The BJP followed suit in Delhi, and according toContinue reading “Constituency-wise Manifestoes, their regulation and consequences”

How Rajya Sabha succeeded: Women’s Reservation

I do not wish to enter the debate on the efficacy of reservation of women in Parliament.  I do not wish to do so for the simple reason that I think it is a good idea.  In this post I wish to focus on the story of how the Rajya Sabha passed the Bill.  ThisContinue reading “How Rajya Sabha succeeded: Women’s Reservation”

State building in India – I

The re-organisation of states in India may not simply be a question of giving voice to the aspirations of neglected groups within a specific region of the country.  It is also a question of whether such a group will be able to form capable institutions of administration to reap the benefits of statehood.  This isContinue reading “State building in India – I”

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