Indian Politics: Contemporary Issues and Concerns ebook
by Saxena Singh
Indian Politics: Contemporary Issues and Concerns. amp; Saxena, R. (2008). Books Recommended: 1. ackenzie Brown, (1959), Indian Political Thought from Manu to Gandhi.
Indian Politics: Contemporary Issues and Concerns. Indian Politics: Contemporary Issues and Concerns. University of California Press, Berleley and Los Angeles. 2. George Klosko, (eds), (2011), The Oxford Handbook of The History of Political Philosophy, Oxford University Press, New York. 3. Gregory Claeys, (eds)(2013), Encyclopedia of Modern Political Thought, Sage Publication, New Delhi.
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Cite this publication. Efforts by the Indian state to establish rural organizations with similar mobilization capabilities failed due to the effective opposition of well- entrenched political and economic interests in the countryside. Unable to mobilize the labor and financial resources of the villagers, the Indian government relied primarily on its limited fiscal resources, which produced a much slower development of physical infrastructure and labor force quality.
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Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 29, Issue. The Politics of India since Independence provides a comprehensive study of the major political, cultural, and economic changes in India since gaining independence.
Chapter 5 1. M. P. Singh and Rekha Saxena, Indian Politics Contemporary Issues and Concerns (New Delhi: Prentice .
Naresh Chandra Saxena is an Indian bureaucrat who served as a member of the Planning Commission of India. After going to Allahabad University for earning his First Masters in Physics while still in his teens, he went on to earn a Doctorate in Forestry from University of Oxford, in 1992. He was awarded honorary P. from the University of East Anglia (UK) in 2006. Saxena is a former IAS officer. He served as a member of the National Advisory Council.
The book delves into why this is a perennial issue. This is a book based on the history of India, both political and economic. The author has filled the book with stories of corruption, treachery and murder. This book allows one to have a better understanding of the way politics is done in this country. But it cannot be classified as a treatise on the politics of India, as the question asks. Now, there are no books that can cover all the politics and political history of India. This book is more about post independence Indian history than politics but that's exactly when the modern era of Indian Politics began and all the major changes that formed the present India took place.
The politics of India works within the framework of the country's constitution. India is a federal parliamentary democratic republic in which the President of India is the head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government. India follows the dual polity system, . a double government (federal in nature) that consists of the central authority at the centre and states at the periphery.