democracy

Has Democracy Expired?

Democracy, or rule by the people, has always been a complex concept. There have been freedom struggles, revolutions, and even wars to protect it. But nothing is permanent. Humankind has […]

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Dahl and Democracy

Paragraph 1 In Democracies and its Critics, Robert Dahl defends both democratic value and pluralist democracies, or polyarchies (a rough shorthand term for Western political systems). Dahl argues convincingly that […]

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Human Rights

‘A right is not what someone gives you; it’s what no one can take from you.’ We need human rights for protection when our legal rights have been violated by the state or individuals, and to encourage justice and fairness within our societies. Because of this widely accepted reason human […]

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Jawaharlal Nehru faced more setbacks than you think.

The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru gave India a new hope to dream of a free nation. He, along with other leaders gifted us the biggest democracy, the most ambitious republic, a colossal Constitution and an advanced form of secularism. He alsmost single-handedly integrate the entire nation […]

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Construction of a Conscious Youth & Society

Article by – Shishir TripathiIntern at Hariyali FoundationIn collaboration withEducational News In the present times where unnecessary issues are given extra weightage or extra attention by social media houses and the news channels, it has become so important for the youth, for the country men to open up their eyes […]

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Is Media a fourth pillar of democracy?

16 December 2012: A severe assault and murder, prevalently known as “NIRBHAYA GANG-RAPE CASE”, shocked the country. A student, in Delhi, was coming back to home, late night, with a companion. Shockingly, when they couldn’t discover a vehicle late night, they took a transport, which had just six individuals other […]

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