Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Navigating the Complex Terrain of Modern Political Realities in India
Manisha, Dr. Shalu Devi
This research paper presents an in-depth analysis of the multifaceted political environment of India, exploring its historical evolution, contemporary dynamics, and key issues that shape its political landscape. Utilizing secondary data sources, including academic articles, government reports, and media analyses, the paper delves into India's political history since independence, highlighting the transition from a nascent democracy to a major global player. The contemporary political scene is examined, with a focus on the structure of the political system, the role of major and regional political parties, and the influence of socio-economic factors on politics. Key issues such as economic reforms, social justice, religious and ethnic politics, corruption, governance, and foreign policy are critically analyzed. Additionally, the paper discusses the significant impact of media and public opinion in shaping political discourse and policy-making. The challenges and opportunities within the current political scenario are evaluated, emphasizing the roles of regionalism, communalism, and the potential for reform. The involvement of civil society and NGOs in advocating for change and accountability is highlighted. The research concludes by synthesizing these findings, providing valuable insights into India's political dynamics and their implications for policymakers, scholars, and the general public.
India, Political Landscape, Democracy, Economic Reforms, Social Justice, Media Influence, Public Opinion, Regional Politics.
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