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India S 2014 Elections

Author : Paul Wallace
ISBN : 9789351501886
Genre : Political Science
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India is now governed by a strong Modi-led majority party. A peaceful transference of power in terms of parties and structure as a consequence of India’s 16th national election highlights a notable degree of political maturity. The replacement of the Congress-led coalition after 10 years with a Bharatiya Janata Party clear majority is one obvious result of what can be considered a historic election. As a consequence of the 2014 elections, the emergence of a strong leader and a strong party coupled with continuing regionalism may provide a version of the state-nation system. It remains to be seen to what extent the new political structure coupled with India’s diversity will shape society, politics and governance during the next five years. Rich in empirical and quantitative data, this volume, along with the four previous volumes, comprise the best set of national- and state-level studies for understanding India’s politics in depth.

Electoral Politics In India

Author : Suhas Palshikar
ISBN : 9781351996921
Genre : Political Science
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The general elections held in 2014 in India — the largest democracy in the world — to elect the 16th Lok Sabha brought in dramatic results. This important volume explains not only the startling victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) but also the equally surprising downfall of the Congress Party. It examines not why BJP won and the Congress lost, but why the scale of BJP’s victory and that of Congress’s defeat was so very different from the results in the years 2004 and 2009. The volume presents an in-depth analysis of the electoral results, state-wise studies, the factors leading up to these outcomes, and the road India has travelled since then. With contributions from India’s leading political scientists, psephologists, sociologists and political commentators, this book will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of Indian politics, democracy and political parties, as well as South Asian studies.

Rise Of Saffron Power

Author : Mujibur Rehman
ISBN : 9780429013973
Genre : Political Science
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This volume looks at the impact of the landmark 2014 elections and the consequent Assembly elections which have transformed the ideological discourse of India. It discusses a variety of topical issues in contemporary Indian politics, including the Modi wave, Aam Aadmi Party and the challenges it is confronting today, Hindutva and minorities, the decline of the Congress party, changes in foreign policy, as well as phenomenona like ‘love jihad’ and ghar wapsi. It also draws together political trends from across the country, especially key states like Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Seemandhra, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir, and Meghalaya. The volume will be of great importance to scholars and researchers of Indian politics, public policy, sociology, and social policy.

Inside Parliament Views From The Front Row

Author : Derek O'Brien
ISBN : 9789352773824
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Derek O'Brien dominated Indian television as the country's most well-known quizmaster for over two decades, asking questions to millions across India. Now he plays a key role in the Rajya Sabha raising important questions from the front row in the Upper House. One of the most candid, courageous voices of the Opposition, O'Brien is articulate, incisive and provocative - qualities that are apparent in his writing. In this book, comprising his best political essays, Derek O'Brien reflects on the state of the nation, offering insights from a unique vantage point -inside Parliament. Never afraid of controversy or contention, he covers topics ranging from federalism, the Constitution and the note ban to the much-debated GST bill, social media and the lessons he's learnt as MP. Thought-provoking and captivating at once, Inside Parliament is required reading for all interested in understanding today's India and all who care about its future.

Phasismos Kai Diktatoria

Author : Nikos Pulantzas
ISBN : 9603103179
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Capital Conquest

Author : Saba Naqvi
ISBN : 9789350099971
Genre : Political Science
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In 2013, Delhi surprisingly voted the AAP, led by Arvind Kejriwal, into 28 seats out of 70. When Kejriwal resigned as CM 49 days after he was sworn in, the AAP was dismissed as inexperienced and unorganized. After its dismal performance in the 2014 general elections no one believed it had a second chance. Until the 2015 Delhi elections. Winning 67 out of 70 seats, it demonstrated how a party that radically challenges norms of Indian politics can bounce back from defeat. The AAP campaign ticked the right boxes with the promise of populism and a city-wide network of volunteers. In Capital Conquest, political journalist Saba Naqvi details the AAP?s ingenious election campaign, delving into little-known instances of the party?s inner workings, revealing how Kejriwal inspired volunteers and lending fresh insight into the recent sidelining of its members. A sharp account of the first successful experiment in alternative politics, Capital Conquest is the definitive book on the AAP victory.


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