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Can A Person Who Lost Election Be Appointed As Chief Minister?

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Strangely unique that a Chief Minister lost her seat, but the party registered a bigger victory than achieved in the previous Assembly Election. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee earned ...

Can A Person Who Lost Election Be Appointed As Chief Minister?

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Strangely unique that a Chief Minister lost her seat, but the party registered a bigger victory than achieved in the previous Assembly Election. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee earne...

Coalition And Power Sustenance Game In Indian Parliamentary Democracy: With R...

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The term coalition is derived from Latin word coalition means to go together or to grow together. This means an act of political party that unite some parties to form temporary union or alliance ...

One Nation One Election: Changing Needs Of Indian Election

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India is a sovereign, socialist, democratic and republic country. The concept of democracy as visualised by the constitution pre- supposes the representation of the people in parliament and state...

Does Election Commission possess the power to de-register a political party?

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In India, not every association requires to get itself registered by the Election Commission. Only an association or body of individual citizens of India referring to itself as a political part...

The Duty and Power to regulate allocation of symbols would vest with the Elec...

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Election symbols are considered essential in a country like India where the literacy level of voters is not satisfactory. It is also a statutory requirement under the Conduct of Elections Rules...

Implications Of The Mental Health Act As Regards To Bullying

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The mental health is defined as a person's condition with regard to their physical, psychological, and emotional well-being. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood an...

Corporate Funding In Indian Political Structure: A risk to Indian Democracy

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Possession of power makes men blind and deaf, they cannot see things which are under their very nose and cannot hear things which invade their ears. There is thus no knowing what power-intoxicat...

Introduction To Voting Rights In Reference To Prisoners And Tribes

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When we look back in 1951-52, near the bank of Hoogly stray cows moving with a slogan painted in their body “vote congress” , people all around the nation going to witness their first election ...

The Electoral Interference

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We have been saying for the sake of transparency, we have to make it compulsory for political parties to disclose all their donations, down to the last rupee -Prashant Bhushan A general electio...