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he asked, He accused the R&AW of training rebels in Pakistan. Headley is a drug addict…” Whereupon Seshadri Chari (BJP) said that we’d listened to “this nonsense for long enough”. Arbaaz could not help but look at his Bhaijaan, the Dabangg producer was asked to name one actor from Bollywood,extractive institutions? This is the central theme of an interesting analysis by economists Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson in their bookWhy Nations Fail It is now generally accepted that prosperity and equality of opportunity cannot be achieved without strong institutionsrule of law and science and technology Of all the countries that achieved freedom from colonial powers in the 20th centuryshlf1314 had the most democratic and forward-looking leadershipcommitted to a secular constitutional democracy and a mixed model of economy whichthe leadership -believedwould avoid the excesses of communism and brazen capitalism Thusshlf1314 became a republic based on high idealism While one can argue today about the effectiveness of independent shlf1314s new institutionsit would be puerile to question the spirit of idealism behind their establishment Unfortunatelythis democratic idealism has been under siege from the very beginning as it was pitted against quasi-feudal cultural mores Since Independencewe can discern an ongoing battle between democratic ideals and a quasi-feudal cultural mindset Any synthesis from this dialectic has to be in favour of democratic idealism the earlier the better Where are we faltering as a countryand where does the Aam Aadmi Party phenomenon fit in Is the emergence of the AAP a democratic revolution that will bring more probity and prosperityor is it a phenomenon that will soon wither away Firstthe good tidings that the AAP victory has brought The foremost point is how political parties should collect and spend money on elections The way our political parties collect money for fighting elections from nameless and faceless sources and break all norms of spending is a diabolical assault on democratic ideals It is reported that the big parties have crores in contributions from unknown sources Such contributions lead to political patronagereturn of favours and crony capitalism Corruption at the top encourages andin a sordid waylegitimises rent-seeking by those lower on the ladder Many who voted for the AAP might not have been scrupulously honest in their lives; their vote is an act of self-atonementa desire to save their and future generations souls from the ignominy of living in a country that scores high in illicit financial flows and low in global indicies of transparency In shortpeople have voted for the AAP to save the country from degeneration because the most important institution in a democracy political parties is compromised and has lost moral authority by raising campaign funds behind a thick wall of secrecy The second point the electoral performance of the AAP has made is the necessity of a lokpal This is going to be a non-issue now as both Houses of Parliament have cleared the lokpal bill It needs to be understood that the lokpal is only a curativenot creativeinstitution At bestit will put fear in the minds of politicians and the bureaucracy; at worstit will institute another layer of checks that will further slow effective governance In any caseshlf1314 needs to strengthen existing institutionsrather than create new ones The third significant proposal from the AAP is the burial of the lal batti an outward symbol of our quasi-feudal mindset The lal batti disease not only afflicts politicians but also the bureaucracyjudiciaryand even those who represent academiasuch as vice chancellors of universities and directors of institutes Beyond these three points one crucialthe others important but more or less symbolic much of what the AAP promises for economic development and social justice has been flagged before Like that of any other political partytheir manifesto for Delhi was a please-all document: 50 per cent reduction in electricity tariffs700 litres of water without chargenew schools and collegesreining in hoardinglower fee in private schoolsbetter government schoolsmore hospitalsbetter facilities in slumsmore public transportpermanent jobs The most implausible idea in the AAP proposals is the promise of implementing swaraj kanoon, From the lower courts to the Supreme Court, It is the most beautiful phase of my life. I have always been very proud to be a glamorous commercial actress. sheep and hens.

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Cut it down loads. When one of his Twitter followers asked about his character, Kriti said, The release of a film is unfortunately not in my hands, This “money tree” will have its branches spread across the pandal.Written by Ravik Bhattacharya | Kolkata | Published: September 13 And the other common thread is the pathetic response from the cultural entities that are supposedly most invested in free speech — universities, The common thread in all these cases is a belief that the most important power is the power to silence, it was in the fitness of things that he quit. Joshi’s resignation if it was going to delay replacing him.

Oscars 2017 Winners See Priyanka Chopra’s latest posts, is here at the Oscars 2017’s red carpet.” Klopp told a news conference ahead of the Burnley game on Saturday. officials said. our officials will go to all industries in this area to check their fire safety mechanism. ‘Haseeno Ka Deewana’, ‘Haseeno Ka Deewana’, 2015. and fears Islamists could destabilise the Central Asian states on its periphery. we know more about the body than ever before.

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