Monthly Archives: March 2014

Elections might provide an economic stimulus to the Indian economy

The most lucrative business to be in right now is a printing press, a social media company, a motorcycle dealership or an alcohol brewery in India. This year, Indian politicians are expected to spend around $5 billion on election campaigns … Continue reading

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Where is the Demographic Dividend in Indian politics?

The demographic dividend of a country lies in counting the many promises its youth has on cards. A country with over 800 million people below the age of 35 is mind boggling! But what exactly is the political age of … Continue reading

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First Presidential Style Election in India!

India is a parliamentary democracy where the winning party’s leader heads the Government. In recent times as a result of decades of socio-political reforms centered on making the states stronger the regional parties have grown stronger with coalition Governments being … Continue reading

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