With the Aam Admi Party making an unexpectedly impressive debut, the BJP taking the polls 4:1 v/s the Congress, what are implications for democracy in India. My musings…..
Upcoming graduate constituency elections offer a chance for graduates to engage in governance, with a minimal effort.
After going to bat for Nehruvian economics in the last post, I take guard for the man himself. Stirring up trouble is so much fun
As the Sen v/s Bhagwati debate brings back mentions of the Licence Raj to the fore, I take the chance to muse.
Is the food security ordinance a genuine safety net programme or a political move masquerading as one?
I muse about whether Indian people in general feel more allegiance to the nation of India or to their individual cultures..
Considering that millions of poor live in poverty in rural India, how could one go about creating jobs there? My musings..
Clay Shirky and others believe that social media can aid citizens to make democratic governance more responsive. All existing democracies apply filters and even aspects of authoritarianism to function. Can “open source” democracy truly exist? When does it become anarchy?