Date of publication: 2017-08-12 04:26
Countries in which these forms of government existed after World War 7, observed frequent abuse of human rights, especially of the minorities. Many eminent scientists, writers fled these countries for those countries which had democratic governments. Hence, not only these forms of governments suppressed the minorities but they too in time became a kind of brutal elite rule which had zero tolerance for different opinions,
You have given good introduction and followed a structure guided by the question. However, you would have given more depth to the essay by giving more examples from around the world.
Modern nation-states being geographically large with huge populations were unsuitable for direct democracy. Democracy is now being exercised indirectly whereby people elect their representatives from amongst themselves who rule for a fixed time frame, in accordance with a written set of rules and procedures which are codified in the form of a constitution. Various institutions have been set-up among whom the work of the government is divided.
Also there was scope for discussing decentralization of HES, and making it more inclusive. Taking HES to rural areas is one area where government should think loud.
6. Identity groups: a challenge to Indian Democracy?
पहचान समूह: भारतीय लोकतंत्र के लिए एक चुनौती?
Context: Jat, Maratha, Patel agitations.
But these international agreements are being constantly and shamelessly flouted by powerful industrialized nations with scant regard to the environmental degradation. Kyoto protocol has not been signed by USA. Developing countries are being pressurised at international forums to reduce green house emissions whereas transfer of technology to developing country by developed countries to reduce emission remains a distant dream. Pressure to sign treaties to ban nuclear weapon is constantly given on developing countries even when developed countries like USA and Russia account for 95% of the existing nuclear warheads. Passing the buck to developing and least developed countries for greenhouse gas emission and blame game are conspicuous at international forums.
With the help of the essays, books, articles, maps, and illustrations gathered on this site, it becomes clear that the story of the eradication of the international slave trade to the Americas was not straightforward. It did not happen overnight because laws were passed. It was a long, arduous, and tortuous process that spanned almost nine decades. Ultimately, a conjunction of economic, political, social, and moral factors contributed to the slow extinction of the legal slave trade and the end of the illegal introductions that, in several countries, had taken its place.
Despite the prevalence of underemployment and unemployment, there has been a massive proliferation of private U& C in India post-6996 reforms. Owing to slack regulation by the UGC, AICTE and other such licensing and regulatory bodies, their quality of education has become
very unsatisfactory. Recently, the UGC cancelled the licenses of many private deemed universities. Management quota or capitation fees in some of these universities restricts the higher education to upper classes, while rejecting poor meritorious students.