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Asked by Uma Jayanthi

Mar 15, 2015

"In the last three decades the regional parties have played an important role in Indian politics." Explain

In the early years of Indian independence, the role of regional parties in our democratic political system was just nominal.

After some time, t...

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Apr 25, 2015

Examine the political outcome of democracy.

Democracy is considered to be the best form of government and most of the countries in the world have adopted it . The political outcome of democracy or the three ideal values of a...

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Asked by Atharva Mangrole

Mar 8, 2015

Explain any five functions of political parties?

They educate the masses, through their meetings and propaganda, about the various problems facing the country at a particular time.
This he...

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Asked by Aditya Agarwal

Dec 31, 2014

How do parties shape public opinion? ? Explain (5 marks)

PoliticalParties raise and highlights issues of that concern people.

They have lakhs of memebers and activists spread all overthe country. Besides, many of the pressure groups are the extension of political...

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Asked by Theresa Joshy

Mar 9, 2015

What is meant by two-party system ? Explain its two advantages and two disadvantages. 

A two-party system is a system where two major political parties dominate politics within a government. One of the two parties typically holds a majority in the legislature and is usually ref...

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Asked by Jyoti Nigam

Jun 1, 2015

How do social division affect politics? Explain by giving eg.

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 It has both positive and negative effects on state and national level politics. Good thing is that, the economically weaker sections in the societ...

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Asked by Kiran Gowda

Feb 7, 2015

What was the result of Bolivia's water war?


The MNC officials had to leave the city under pressure from the people while the government had to concede to the demands of the protestors.

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Asked by Aditya Agarwal

Dec 31, 2014

What would happen if there are no political parties?

If there were no political party, then each and every candidate would be independent. Current strength of the Lok Sabha is 543. Imagine a situation when none of the 543 members can be brought to think alike ...

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Asked by Rujuta Killedar

Feb 18, 2015

What is an alliance?

A union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially between countries or organizations.

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Asked by Kiran Gowda

Feb 7, 2015

Give an example of a public interest group.

Public interest groups promote collective rather than selective good. They aim to help groups other than their own members. Trade Unions, Students’ Union, Ex-Armymen Association, etc. are examples of publ...

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