Six decades of parliamentary democracy – SOMNATH CHATTERJEE
In spite of shortcomings, Parliament can claim the maximum credit for creating conditions for democracy to flourish
India at sixty – MANMOHAN SINGH
The nation is on the move. The challenge before us is to make the growth process more socially inclusive and regionally balanced
Democracy and socio-economic justice – PRAKASH KARAT
The great Indian paradox: a thriving ‘democracy’ in which the people are powerless to change the exploitative and unequal economic order.
A developmental vision for the future – N. CHANDRABABU NAIDU
Towards an alternative economic programme to balance economic growth and equity
Ironically, in order to protect the Constitution, both have assumed powers that extend beyond their original mandate.
A pluralist society and a secular state – MALINI PARTHASARATHY
India is the acknowledged home of people of different cultural and social identities. Its democratic experiment has stood the test of time.
On the threshold of ‘social democracy’ – KUMARI MAYAWATI
When an eagle takes flight, it has to fly against the wind and not with it.
Hopes for the future – RAJNATH SINGH
The challenges: internal security, rural poverty, moral values.
Courtesy : The Hindu