Tag Politics

India, being a democratic country follows the principle of “ Government Of the people, For the People, and By the people”. Indian political system is such that it is elected by all the sections of society but doesn't comprise all diverse sections such as minorities, women, entrepreneurs, etc, equally. According to political scientist Carole Pateman, patriarchy refers to "The patriarchal construction of the difference between masculinity and femininity that is the political difference between freedom and subjection. "Women comprise 50% of the population of India, and their non-participation in significant positions specifically in politics can gender-inclusive policies, programs, etc as a result it is necessary to take steps towards ensuring equal representation of women at the political front that will open the door for several opportunities for women as shift can be seen from data released by Election Commission of India for the current elections of 5 states in India that show a surge in women voter ratio that depicts that women are not only shedding the shackles of patriarchy but keeping their front foot in important decision making that will decide the future of our country.

Men Without Women: Powerplay of Patriarchy and Politics

India, being a democratic country follows the principle of “ Government Of the people, For the People, and By the people”. Indian political system is such that it is elected by all the sections of society but doesn't comprise all diverse sections such as minorities, women, entrepreneurs, etc, equally. According to political scientist Carole Pateman, patriarchy refers to "The patriarchal construction of the difference between masculinity and femininity that is the political difference between freedom and subjection."Women comprise 50% of the population of India, and their non-participation in significant positions specifically in politics can gender-inclusive policies, programs, etc as a result it is necessary to take steps towards ensuring equal representation of women at the political front that will open the door for several opportunities for women as shift can be seen from data released by Election Commission of India for the current elections of 5 states in India that show a surge in women voter ratio that depicts that women are not only shedding the shackles of patriarchy but keeping their front foot in important decision making that will decide the future of our country.  
Critics are valuable and fair

Critics are valuable and fair

A brief but powerful meditation on the politics of reasonableness and unreason. IS it not reasonable to expect reasonableness in discourse? A doctor friend set me thinking when she commented that such and such person is reasonable. In TV debates, after a critical comment, the anchor often asks the panelist, is there one thing that the policy maker has done right? In heated conversations, often it is said: be balanced— which is similar to saying be reasonable.
The Politics of Law and Deficits of Implementation

The Politics of Law and Deficits of Implementation

LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship is an Online National Summer School Program, a Two-Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, from June-August 2023 by IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute. An informative and interactive panel discussion on “The Politics of Law and Deficits of Implementation” was held by Professor Amrita Singh, President of NAPSIPG Disaster Research Group, NDRG, Distinguished Visiting Professor, NUJS Delhi and Senior Fellow at ISS Delhi and a retired professor from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene

Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene

Our last speaker for the last day of the three-day online certification training course on India’s G20 Presidency and Contours of Indian Foreign Policy organised by #IMPRI Centre for International Relation and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi programme was Mr Sanjay Chaturvedi delivered his presentation on Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene.