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Contents – Indian General Elections 2014 (Issue 6)

Index - Indian General Elections 2014 (Issue 6)

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Editorial

By Mary Ann Chacko & Mosarrap H. Khan
In our euphoric expectation for a better economic future over the next five years, we must not lose sight of the fact that a democratically elected government must ensure social equity and justice for each and every citizen.

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A Handbook of Indian Politics

By Indranil Dey
For the 2014 polls, let me do a Bejan Daruwala. I see Narendra Modi wave sweeping BJP into a possibly strong NDA coalition. I can only hope that it will not repeat its mistakes and allow lives to be lost again. What India needs is a visionary who will create a technological edge. That will pave the way for a bright future for India.

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On-shore Anticipation for Lok Sabha Elections 2014

By Priyanka Banerjee
According to Shenoy India currently needs a political party which believes in the proven model of “Minimum Government, Maximum Governance”, an idea that dates back to the golden era of Kautilya and endorsed by Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedkar in modern times.

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The Aam Aadmi in Indian General Elections 2014

By Mosarrap H. Khan
In the General Elections 2014, we are confronted with at least three distinct notions of the aam aadmi: Congress’ traditional aam aadmi, the economically poor; Kerjiwal’s new aam aadmi, who demands an honest system; and Modi’s aspirational aam aadmi, who aspires to reach the pinnacle through enterprise.

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Hope and Change: Indian Elections 2014

By Dan Mayur
AAP is an idea. Kejriwal is a symbol that typifies the frustrations of the thinking, proud, and hard-working people muddling through life in a nation ruled by uncaring, corrupt, and selfish politicians. Humanity moves on hope and Kejriwal represents hope.

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