can you imagine a system of government where the decision making authority is sitting in only one corner of the nation? It is possible, but won’t be representative of the specific needs of the people living in these regions.
The importance of an impartial, independent and efficient judiciary is fundamental to the existence of a true Democracy. How has it fared in the 2 years that have passed since the last time we talked about it?
Having put into perspective the relationship which India shares with USA & Iran, it is undeniable that the country is walking on eggshells. It cannot afford to lose either of them as it could put its future at risk.
The recent drama in the formation of the Maharashtra government only points towards one thing. India’s
democracy is up for sale to the highest bidder. Ideological alignments do not matter if the offer is high enough.
Till the present, the formation of India’s foreign policy has been governed by this policy of non-alignment. However, post the cold war is this policy relevant anymore? Should India continue following the principle non-alignment?
The justice system is the bulwark of a democracy. It preserves the values of the constitution and puts life into its words.