2 edition of Congress Party politics and new challenges found in the catalog.
Congress Party politics and new challenges
1939- Attar Chand
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Attar Chand ; forewords by Rajiv Gandhi ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||DS480.45 .A85 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxix, 451 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||451|
|LC Control Number||85904742|
His main function in Congress, say his critics, is helping Republicans foil progressive initiatives within the Democratic Party. “The challenges we’re facing feel so big and powerful that it’s tempting to give up, but we can’t look away. We have to fight,” Kreibich said in a post on her website. AsAmNews has Asian America in its heart. The latest Congress news and movements on Capitol Hill.
Divided government returned to the United States Thursday with the swearing-in of a new two years in which Republicans controlled the White House, Senate and the House of. Congress, Conflict and Consequences 08/12/ pm ET Updated The th Congress, which ended its term on January 3, , was labeled the "worst" and "least productive" Congress ever by a variety of sources.
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The following seem to be the five major reasons for the debacle of the Congress, Out of step with new age politics of performance. The Congress is still stuck in the mandal era politics of caste mobilisation and religious appeasement. Congress relies upon a loyal vote bank more than administrative performance to win elections.
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The general election dealt the Congress an electoral punch that knocked the wind out of its sails. It also threw up a leader in Narendra Modi that was reminiscent of Indira Gandhi with a larger than life image and that resulted in a tectonic shift of political equilibrium in Delhi from the middle of the centre ideological pinning of the Congress to the right wing brand of politics of the.
Are these challenges stem from the parties itself, or is it cultural obstacles, or is it the lack of political will of the political system to give political parties a role by preventing parties from drawing big attention and introducing its political position to gain new followers and members.?.
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Most of the chapters are very good and the best are outstanding.'. New Delhi: The BJP on Thursday accused the Congress of "seeking benefit from challenges" the country is facing currently, and said the opposition party is indulging in "political slander" which is.
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