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Partition of India Dr. Kazi Shahdat Kabir.

establishment of Pakistan in an independent and partitioned India. Partition of India: Timeline 1942-Cripps Mission o India, to conduct negotiations between all political parties and to set up a cabinet government. Congress adopts Quit India Resolution, to rid India of British rule/ India. While there were strong feelings of nationalism in India, by the late 19th century there were also communal conflicts and movements in the country that were based on religious communities rather than class or regional ones/


Decolonization Ch 34. India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India.

India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India had 350mill Hindus & 150 mill Muslims; most of Congress party were Hindu, but some Muslim; advocated for independence against GB & fought for Indian interests Mohandas Gandhi Who: leader of the Congress party What: launched the 1 st nonviolent campaign for independence Where: India/ to grow all cotton 2. Why have many regional wars been fought in Central Asia? It’s a mixing pot of /


DEMOCRATIC POLITICS POLITICAL PARTIES Presented by S.K.GUPTA T.G.T.(S.St.) O.F.D.R., PUNE.

are elected from at least there states. MAJOR NATIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES National Party Symbol 1.Bhartiya Janta Party Lotus ( BJP ) 2.Bahujan Samaj Party Elephant ( BSP ) 3.Communist Party of Ears of corn India ( C PI ) and sickle 4.Communist Party of Hammer, Sickle India ( C PM ) and Star 5.Indian National Congress Hand (Congress- I ) 6.Nationalist Congress Clock Party ( NCP ) REGIONAL POLITAL PARTIES IN INDIA PARTY RESERVED SYMBOL 1Assam Gan Parishad Elephant 2Telugu Desam/


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social and regional divisions, history of politics and its system of election. These cannot change very quickly Each country has developed a party system that is conditioned by its special Circumstance. In India, the multi system has evolved the multi party system because the social and geographical diversity in such a large country is not easily absorbed by two or even three parties Various kinds of Political Parties in Democratic government/


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the British to withdraw from India? Sepoy Mutiny, 1857 – beginning of Congress Party in India Worked to gain independence from /party still very strong Italian economy did very in 1950s-1960s Institute for Industrial Reconstruction – government control over large industry “Southern Question” – what to do with less industrialized, poor Southern Italy? Land reform – breaks up large estates $ pumped into region to modernize Economic gap between N & S still exists today 1970s – economic troubles & political/


India’s Political Circus Ramesh Menon. Politicians? Ugh! What are the things that come to your mind when you think of India’s politicians?

decide on who is worth it. Govt. pulled in different directions India would have grown faster had it not been for coalition governments. They put their narrow political gains over national interest. The Left derailed the govt. stalling reforms. Coalitions cannot guarantee good governance or effective foreign policy. Splintered regional parties Over 230 registered political parties. Are more interested in playing kingmaker and getting the lollies. That is/


Decolonization Ch 34. India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India.

Decolonization Ch 34 India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India had 350mill Hindus & 150 mill Muslims; most of Congress party were Hindu, but some Muslim; advocated for independence against GB & fought for Indian interests Mohandas Gandhi Who: leader of the Congress party What: launched the 1 st nonviolent campaign for independence Where: India When: 1920s Why: his ideas/


1 EAE: Regional Integration towards “One Asia” * Some parts of this note are summary of the references for teaching purpose only. 1 East Asian Economy.

regional integration in Asia - Organizations involved in regional economic integration and cooperation - The principals or contracting parties of these institutions include national governments or non-governmental organizations. 18 Regional Economic Integration 19 - Process whereby countries in a geographic region cooperate to either reduce or eliminate barriers to the free flow of products, people, or capital Description in the Opposite Direction 20 Levels of Regional Integration 21  Political/, India, /


Pakistan: “A Country on the Brink” IAFS 1000. Pakistan’s Creation Originally part of British India. The British used the divide between the Muslims.

FATA –Allowed to govern themselves – Sharia law Predator strikes into these areas Pakistan’s Political Parties PML (Q) - Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-I-Azam) –“King’s Party” - staunch supporter of Musharraf, close to military –Conservative, right wing PML (/ Inclusion of local insurgent groups into political process Resolve Kashmir dispute with India Durand Line Long-term political vision for FATA Transparency and Cooperation in regional objectives. The Future in Pakistan Pakistan will crumble into 4 states/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 8: Political Geography The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography.

latitude. Religious Boundaries—Religious differences often coincide w/ boundaries between states. Example: British partioning of India—Hindus got India & Muslims got Pakistan. Language Boundaries—After WWI, leaders of victorious countries met at Versailles Peace/political party. –Unitary states Places most power in hands of central gov’t Works best in nation-states characterized by few internal cultural differences and a strong sense of national unity. B/c it requires effective communications w/ all regions/


Western Civilization II HIS-102 Unit 9 – Politics, Imperialism, and Colonialism 1870-1914.

material progress  Numerous literary accomplishments  Political stability  Two major political parties: Liberals and Conservatives  Victoria in seclusion  In 1861, Prince Consort Albert died of/ rebel  (1900) Imperialism in China  The new imperialism in 1900  Asia is partitioned  Japan alone retains its independence  British: India, Burma, Malaya, Australia, /value” of the region  Public programs served French interests only  Africa in 1870 Scramble for Africa  The Congo Free State in the 1870s /


INDIA: The World’s Largest Democracy?. BUT WHAT IS DEMOCRACY? Uphold the rights of the people Government recognises the individual rights of people and.

before country’s interests. ASSUMPTIONS MULTIPARTY POLITICAL SYSTEM Multi-party system: a wide range of political parties operate freely Multi-party system INDIA MULTIPARTY POLITICAL SYSTEM Multi-party system: a wide range of political parties operate freely Multi-party system Predominance of small regional parties and coalition governments India’s political history MULTIPARTY POLITICAL SYSTEM INDIA POLITICAL PARTICIPATIO N SUPPORTIVE DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL CULTURE CIVIL LIBERTIE S TRANSPARENCY GOVERNMENT/


A Bridge or A Barrier. STAKEHOLDERS Narendra Modi Prime Minister of India From BJP Omar Abdullah Chief Minister of J&K From JKNC MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS.

of India From BJP Omar Abdullah Chief Minister of J&K From JKNC MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS REGIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES Regional political party Farooq Abdullah: Head of Party Ali Mohommad Sagar: Party Member Devinder Singh Rana: Party Member Nasir Aslan Wani: Party Member Qamar Ali Akhoon: Party Member Sheikh Nazir Ahmad: General Secretary JAMMU AND KASHMIR NATIONAL CONFERENCE Bhim Singh: Founder of Party Balwant Singh Mankotia: Head of Party Harsh Dev Singh: Party Member Navin Bhakshi: Party Member/


Third Nine Weeks-Unit 2 China and India. To study governments, geographers look at government types. What are the four types? Autocracy, Oligarchy, Theocracy,

What were the Four Modernizations? China’s attempt to improve their economy during the 1970’s What region of the world is most effected by the Asian Brown Cloud? Eastern Asia What is the Chinese /India gained its independence? India was partitioned into East and West Pakistan. In some countries a single authority decides what is produced. What type of economy is this? Command Economy How is a prime minister in a parliamentary system chosen??? The leader of the political party that holds the most seats in/


Employment Relations in India. 2 India Lecture outline Key themes Context The actors Representation in Indian industrial relations Agreement making Economic.

Congress (INTUC), and Hind Mazdoor Sabha (HMS). Unions are closely affiliated with political parties. The number of unions proliferated as more regional political parties emerged after general election in 1967, some of which set up their own trade union wing. 6 India Trade unions in India 2 One of the largest union to have developed from a regional political party is the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) which is aligned with/


Political Parties and Nature of Party System in india.

the talented people owing to the multi- party system Nature of Political Parties in India The origin of the political parties is influenced by various social, economic and religious factors. They have largely influenced by the progress of Independence of the country. Major Political Parties 1.Congress Party 2.The Communist Party of India 3.Bhartiya Janta Party 4.Communist Party of India (Marxist) 5.Samajwadi Party And many more……. Regional Political Parties 1.The D.M.K (Tamil/


Federal Politics and Budget Deficits: Evidence from the states of India Stuti Khemani Development Research Group, The World Bank Macro Seminar, September.

governments for local conditions => greater resource allocation to affiliated provinces Modeling Federal Politics (cont.) Legislative bargaining model of federal politics? Coincidence of rising sub-national deficits and unstable coalitions of regional political parties in the national legislature in India, 1990 to present Increase in bargaining power of regional coalition partners Impact of coalition politics: OECD countries (Kontopoulos and Perotti, 1997, 1999), Evidence from Brazil (Dillinger and/


India and China Negotiated Independence in India and Africa Independence with little bloodshed in India and much of colonial Africa in decades following.

in Indian politics Gandhi’s Satyagraha - “What do you think? Wherein in courage required – in blowing others to pieces from behind a cannon, or with a smiling face to approach a cannon and be blown to pieces?...Believe me that a man devoid of courage and manhood can never be a passive resister.” Gandhi in India 1915: back in India - Dressed in traditional clothing- crisscrossed India/India and Pakistan daily. Over 15 million refugees were forced into regions/1966-69) Purge of party cadres of anyone who /


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to territorial units (departments, regions, prefectures) Hierarchical Authority: These/in a multy party system. -Examples: Peoples Action Party in Singapore, Congress Party in India One Party System There is a single party which is the only legal political party in the system. The state usually does not allow other parties or opposition groups to exist (Burma, Cuba, North Korea). In some states where democracy is not institutionalized, multi-party systems are reduced to one party systems. In some one-party/


TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Independence in South Asia.

large Sikh state in India Golden Temple – the holiest Sikh shrine Bangladesh – formerly East Pakistan; became an independent Bengali nation in 1971 nonalignment – political and diplomatic /TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. In 1966 the Congress Party elected Nehru’s daughter, Indira Gandhi, as prime minister. /nations? Despite rich reserves of oil and natural gas in some parts of the region, internal divisions and autocratic governments have hindered progress./


Major Topics Review A.K.A Your Cram Guide. Feudalism in Western Europe Basic concept refers to the political and social order of medieval Europe; based.

and more recently arrived Jews, the United Nations took control of the region, and in May 1948 the state of Israel was proclaimed a Jewish state Creation of Israel led to Arab-Israeli conflict /political parties, and took control of police force Mohandas Gandhi: Indian Nationalist A popular leader among the ordinary citizens Indians were urged to boycott British-made goods and protest British policies but were encouraged to avoid violent action In 1935, the British enacted the Government of India/


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in to stop the protest. He said if Americans did not like a law, they should petition Congress peacefully. Political Parties Emerge 1796 – two political parties / Radio had a major impact by bringing the nation together. It blurred regional differences & created similar tastes and lifestyles. Created a national culture. Phonograph/peacefully transferred power to India. Conflicts created the need for separate nations for Hindus and Muslims. Pakistan – primarily Muslim India –primarily Hindu Much violence/


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#514 8 th of January 2014 ISA (International Strategic Analysis) 10 Regional Overview: Central and South Asia Regional Summary: The political opposition did not take part in this weeks national elections in Bangladesh. A new anti-corruption party will contest Indias national elections later this year. Disputed Elections in Bangladesh: National elections took place this week in Bangladesh, but were marred by the fact that all of the countrys/


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in two democratic states, each from a  different region? Origins and Development of Authoritarian and Single-Party States Rise of single party states, methods used (force?), what conditions produce single-party states (economic fear!) Successes and failures of domestic and foreign policy Form of govt, political/ has 118 members The Initiative of Five: Josip Broz Tito, Yugoslavia, 1953-1980 Jawaharlal Nehru, India, 1947-1964 Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt, 1956-1970 Sukarno, Indonesia, 1945-1967 Kwame Nkrumah, /


WORKING STRATEGY FTI’s strategies are subject to continuous improvement and should be treated as work in progress भारतीय स्वतंत्रता दल Team for India’s.

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PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS (PTAs) THEORY, EVIDENCE AND POLICY OPTIONS FOR INDIA By Dr. N. C. PAHARIYA Associate Professor Department of Economics University.

Baldwin (2006) offers a novel political economy mechanism-spaghetti bowls as building blocs-whereby offshoring creates a force that encourages the multilateralisation of regionalism South South and North-South Agreements India’s Engagement in Preferential Trading Arrangements A champion of/ significantly through TF measures. For India-EU FTA: our study: University of Sussex and CUTS for the EC shows that “shallow integration” FTA may lead to more trade diversion for both parties. It is only through the /


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govt. expenditure In a Sane Democracy Political process should resolve the crisis Parties, elections and public office are the route to reform In India a vicious /political and governance process A practical agenda which unites all segments Professional, full-time, institutional approach Democratic participative decision making Ahmedabad Mumbai Pune Bangalore Chennai Hyderabad Kolkata Patna Lucknow Delhi Jaipur Phase I Kochi Raipur Bhubaneshwar Bhopal Ranchi Chandigarh Phase II Lok Satta - VOTEINDIA Regional/


Decolonization Ch 34. India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India.

Decolonization Ch 34 India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India had 350mill Hindus & 150 mill Muslims; most of Congress party were Hindu, but some Muslim; advocated for independence against GB & fought for Indian interests Mohandas Gandhi Who: leader of the Congress party What: launched the 1 st nonviolent campaign for independence Where: India When: 1920s Why: his ideas/


Political Institutions & Parties

Elections to Lok Sabha Vote share of 3 major political parties Current composition 43 parties in the 13th Lok Sabha (1999) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 184 138 Indian National Congress (INC) 109 145 Communist Party of India (M) 34 43 other political parties 218 217 total 545 543 Indian National Congress India’s oldest political party since 1885 India’s premier political party until 1990s in 1960s many regional parties started challenging INC’s monopoly on power Indian/


Africa, the Middle East, and Asia in the Era of Independence Chapter 33 Section Review.

a host of problems, India has remained the world’s/political, social, and economic development of Asian and African countries after independence with the countries of Latin America Each region demonstrated a variety of responses to independence: failure of nationalist governments, establishment of one-party government, military regimes, and charismatic populist governments. Latin America did not have a successful fundamentalist revolt similar to that of Iran. Continuing revolutions were common in all regions/


CHAPTER 23 Independence and Development in the Global South 1914–Present Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St. Martin’s Robert W. Strayer.

establish political order: a. explosive population growth b. overly high expectations for independence c. cultural diversity, with little loyalty to a central state 2. in the 1950s, British, French, and Belgians set up democratic institutions in their African colonies a. few still survived by the early 1970s b. many were swept away by military coups c. some evolved into one-party systems 3. in India, Western/


Practice Test World History AP #2. Which of the following correctly matches the river with the civilization that developed around it? (A)Nile: India (B)Yellow:

political party. (A) Japanese literature was affected by European models, and writers experimented with Western verse. All of the following are examples of the new leisure opportunities enjoyed by the middle class in the late 19 th century EXCEPT (A)The bicycle. (B)Newspapers. (C)Television. (D)Theater. (E)Professional sports. (C) Television. Which of the following methods did Mohandas Gandhi (India/homeland for Jews in Palestine. (C)Russians declared the right to occupy the Middle East region in order to /


India Scan: External IEEE Strategic Planning and Research Providence More, Manager of Strategic Planning & Competitive Intelligence March 2008.

IEEE Strategic Planning and Research/P. More/gl: March 2008 Part V Indias Current Economic and Geopolitical Landscape IEEE Strategic Planning and Research/P. More/gl: March 2008 Indias Geopolitical Landscape: Overview India’s domestic political scene will be dominated by the next general election (May 2009). –The increasing importance of regional parties will ensure that the next government will again be a coalition, likely to/


Launch of the Study "Aid, Conflict and Peace Building in Sri Lanka 2000 - 2005" Strategic Conflict Assessment Comments by Ajith Nivard Cabraal Secretary,

for the stability of the region. Perhaps India has been slightly reluctant to play a more dynamic role in Sri Lanka, due to certain political and military setbacks in the past. Perhaps India has been slightly reluctant to play a more dynamic role in Sri Lanka, due to certain political and military setbacks in the past. Today, with changed circumstances and a new regional political dynamism, India should be encouraged to play/


England France Spain Russia Ottoman Empire Persia China Mughal India Songhai Empire Aztec Empire Incan Empire Mayan Empire World History 10 Sol Review.

I The restoration of Charles II Development of political parties/factions Glorious Revolution (William and Mary) /India India Pakistan (former West Pakistan) Bangladesh (former East Pakistan) Sri Lanka (former Ceylon) Regional setting for the Indian independence movement Evolution of the Indian independence movement British rule in India Leadership of Mohandas Gandhi Role of civil disobedience and passive resistance Political division along Hindu- Muslim lines, Pakistan/India The independence movement in/


Current Politics 1.Congress years 1947-1996 2.Years of Competition 1996-present – Two Party System? – Two Half Parties? – Regional parties?

tests MayMay 1998 Congress Regroups Sonia Gandhi 1999 Election BJP 182 Congress Party 112 BJP/NDA remains in power 2004 Election BJP/NDA “India Shining” vs. Congress/United Progressive Alliance (UPA) “It is /parties or Two Half Parties? 272 (273) the magic number! Stability? PartyCongressBJP 1991226119 1996136160 1998140176 1999112182 2004145138 2009206116 2. Regional Parties 2009 Lok Sabha 2 National parties 1 semi-national party (CPI-M) with seats in four states 39 Regional parties 3. Religion and Politics/


Birth of Post-colonial South Asia: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh October 18, 2010 Based primarily on Bose and Jalal Jalal, Democracy and Authoritarianism.

the territory To think: do you know of any other country/region where borders have been imposed arbitrarily? What have been its consequences? 8 Question I I.What was the nature of the political and institutional developments in India and Pakistan? 9 India: Nature of the political and institutional developments Centrism Dominance of elected politicians, particularly parties, and particualrly the Congress Democracy Fundamental rights Economy – state intervention/


Decolonization Ch 34. India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India.

Decolonization Ch 34 India Section 1 Congress Party Who: Hindus & Muslims What: India’s national political party Where: India When: 1940s Why: India had 350mill Hindus & 150 mill Muslims; most of Congress party were Hindu, but some Muslim; advocated for independence against GB & fought for Indian interests Mohandas Gandhi Who: leader of the Congress party What: launched the 1 st nonviolent campaign for independence Where: India When: 1920s Why: his ideas/


Pitfalls and Roadblocks in Fiscal Decentralization Dilip Mookherjee May 8 2007.

manipulation of voting process, allow political parties, encourage competition from new entrants to incumbents Consider reserving positions for minorities in local government (India) NECESSARY SAFEGUARDS (contd) Audits from above (Indonesia experiment), random checks by independent external auditors, penalties for malfeasance, advertise results before elections (e.g. Brazil) Constraints on delivery of services to minorities; explicit formulae for inter- regional allocations based on measures of need/


Political Reforms 11th Sept, 2008 – MCRHRD, Hyderabad H.No. 5-10-180/A & A1, Band Lanes, Hill Fort Road, Hyderabad – 500 004 Tel: 91-40-2323 1818 / 2323.

not contest. If they do not forge alliances, they cannot lead the Union government. Political fragmentation is the inevitable consequence Why Should Regional Parties Seek Reform? P R will ensure greater voice in states/Union when they are in opposition. Sub-regional, single caste-based parties will be discouraged with threshold requirement. Direct election in States will ensure stable government, freedom from Delhi ’ s pin-pricks, and better/


Lok Satta Party 1 Agenda for Action 30 th January, 2009, Hyderabad H.No. 5-10-180/A & A1, Band Lanes, Hill Fort Road, Hyderabad – 500 004 Tel: 91-40-2323.

Creation of All India Judicial Service National Judicial Commission for appointments and removal of judges of higher courts (in place of Art 124) Lok Satta Party 24 Political Party Regulation Membership Free,/Political fragmentation is the inevitable consequence Lok Satta Party 35 Why Should Regional Parties Seek Reform? P R will ensure greater voice in states/Union when they are in opposition. Sub-regional, single caste-based parties will be discouraged with threshold requirement. Direct election in/


SUBAITA ZUBAIR Introduction to Demography. Introduction Population growth is the single most important set of events ever to occur in human history, “the.

you know their political party (which is influenced by demographics), you can improve your chances of winning an election. Demographics of Social Planning The demographics of the baby boom helped fuel inflation in the United States /in high- fertility countries, mainly in Africa, as well as countries with large populations such as India, Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines and the United States of America. Population declines expected in 43 countries In contrast, the population of the more developed regions/


Pakistan: “A Country on the Brink”. Pakistan’s Creation Originally part of British India. The British initially widened the divide between the Muslims.

politically, economically and militarily. They are both nuclear nations with limited first strike ability. Given the mutual hatred and history of war between these two nations and India’s rising prosperity, there is a high level of instability in the region. Pakistan Today Although the 4 provinces in/loses the credit it has gained in the Middle East by supporting an Islamic nation. Pakistan’s Political Parties PML (Q) - Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-I-Azam) –“King’s Party” - staunch supporters of Musharraf, /


Electoral Politics. Republic of India A federal republic with a parliamentary system of government capital: New Delhi.

of re-poll 8. Announcing election schedule 9.Filing Nomination Indian National Congress Indias oldest political party –since 1885 Indias premier political party –until 1990s in 1960s many regional parties started challenging INCs monopoly on power Indian National Congress Indira Gandhi –created a top-down structure –party leaders appoint party officials –some limited party elections left-of-center, pro-poor political platform Indian National Congress INC moved toward the ideological center –Beginning/


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who will put the needs of the poor on the political agenda even if political parties do not. Evidence: no famines in democracies with free media (Sen). Conclusion Growing belief that democracy/ are not especially favourable. India and other examples of sustained democracy against the odds‘/‘deviant democracies’. / harm democracy’s social requisites. Globalisation as increasingly powerful agencies of global & regional governance reduce the scope for purely national (democratic) self-determination. They are/


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in 1885? Question 15 b.Sudan (84, 1, 1) In the 1960s, which political group in Britain supported pro-immigration campaigns that advocated toleration and integration? Question 16 a.Conservative Party b.National Front c.Labour Party d.Neo-Destour party e.Liberal Constitution Party In the 1960s, which political group in/ (12, 1, 2) All of the following men were specifically on a mission to rid India of “Oriental despotism by eradicating barbaric Indian laws and customs” EXCEPT Question 34 a.Edward Gibbon b/


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allied with the emperors to introduce significant reform of landholding practices and regional administration. D) The dynasty wholeheartedly embraced the ongoing westernization of the /of kingship leading to the abolition of the monarchy in 1909. Singapore was originally part of what British colony? A) India B) Malaya C) Sri Lanka D) Thailand/the oligarchic features of earlier political tradition. What was the only weakness of the leadership of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan in the 1980s? A) inability /


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material goods, and diseases between the Old and New Worlds; 15. how different regions of the world possess distinct physical and human characteristics and how 16. these / become the symbol of the Civil Rights movement. H He traveled to India to talk to the followers of Mohandas Gandhi. J He became the first / 16th and 17th amendments Which group benefited most from the reforms shown in this diagram? F Political parties G Industrial laborers H Religious institutions I Big Business The 17th Amendment /


AN OVERVIEW OF INDIA January 2007 Information contained in this document is prepared by The Boston Consulting Group, Lda.

for only a short period Political instability -7 governments in 10 years INC only party able to maintain a stable 5 year government First stable non INC coalition government led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) INC wins election by narrow margin Coalition government with regional parties and Communist Party of India Source: Election Commission Of India ; Press Review Caste Region Religion Economic principles Many political identities India’s challenges - 18 - Copyright BCG/


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sector, Most of them are registered voters! India has about 40 million people employed in retail sector, Most of them are registered voters! Political Battle – Contd. Foreign Retailers is now an Election Issue! Foreign Retailers is now an Election Issue! Federation of Associations of Maharashtra state (FAM), a state-level organization of small traders, Communist Party of India (Marxist) and Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) – wing/


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