Date of publication: 2017-07-08 20:50
learned a lot from your essay!
As a woman myself couln 8767 t agree more with what you have written 🙂
liked the way you summarised 8775 the second sex 8776 of de Beauvoir and also threw in Woolf and Rousseau ideology.
You would have also talked about Local Self Governance and role of women in Indian politics (Government 8767 s readiness to provide 55% reservation in Panchayats and its reluctance for the same in Legislatures, or decreasing numbers of women 8767 s representation etc)
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Having said that, you started well from second paragraph after taking cue from the last sentence of the Introduction. This has given a good flow to your essay.
While, it would be best if the democratic power structures themselves work to create a society that promotes democracy and ensures its proper functioning, real world is rarely utopian. It therefore falls on the shoulders of the social movement to complete the job that democracy has left incomplete. Revolutions might provide a temporary respite and may pave the conditions for strengthening of the social movements, but eventually it is the evolutionary change brought about by social movements that can crystallize and give a robust, flexible and tolerant society in which the ethos of democracy can be rooted, not only in letter but also in spirit!
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Caste emerged as a major plank for vote mobilization in the decade of 95s. Primordial identity like caste still continues to dominate polity, especially in state elections. Emergence of successful caste based political parties like BSP and SP in Uttar Pradesh RJD in Bihar etc. has accentuated the trend of caste based politics. Such wide spread mobilization of people on caste line promotes division in a diverse society and prevents integration of people within the socio-political life of the country.
thanks sir u are right i 8767 m still in infant stage and i need to develop in many dimensions but one thing is true in developing so ur valuable words are showing directions to me. really u are adding meaning to my preparation. my sincere thanks to you for everything
Revolution is a form of protest which tries to bring a fundamental change in government structures in a very short period of time. Due to their basic nature, revolutions are against the fundamentals of democratic institutions. Revolutions have never led directly to democratic government. For ex. French revolution in 68th century led to spread of violence and eventually foundation of another autocratic regime under recent times movements in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen were the revolution for establishing democracies. Revolutions were successful to topple the authoritarian regimes but failed to establish the working democracy even after two years.
In cabbie speak, the ‘stick pickup’ refers to customers who hail the cab on the road, while the ‘bidding pickup’ means getting a customer who has made a booking through the car company’s call centre.
The answer is a big “No”. Had this been the case, the world would have been cleansed of all crimes. In view of the right to life, most of the developed countries have abolished capital punishment. It’s the most barbaric form of punishment which can be given by a liberal civilized government.