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Out of the organs of a democracy which one is most inefficient in india

Asked by Durgesh Bakshi, 02 May '09 12:08 am
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All organs have to work together and then only the body is healthy. Even one organ bad is not good.
Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 02 May '09 12:11 am

 
  
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As urban citizens, we sometimes fail to recognize the crucial role the local government plays in providing us a better quality of life. Compared to union or state elections.

Let's re-learn our basicson different types of government and their functions? To begin with, the Legislation of the government has the power to make laws upon a specific subject. And these powers are separated in India by means of three lists - the union list, the state list and the concurrent list. These powers are then divided o r rather shared between the central government, the parliament and the state government. The state government is also known as the state legislature.

1. Functions of union government:
The subjects in this list includes subjects of national importance like defence, foreign affairs, atomic energy, banking, post, telegraph, custom duties, inter- state and national highways, railroads and taxation of income.

2. Functions of state government:
The state list contains 66 subjects of ...more
Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 02 May '09 12:29 am

 
  
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However, even in established democracies, there are pressures that threaten various democratic foundations. A democratic systems openness also allows it to attract those with vested interests to use the democratic process as a means to attain power and influence, even if they do not hold democratic principles dear. This may also signal a weakness in the way some democracies are set up. In principle, there may be various ways to address this, but in reality once power is attained by those who are not genuinely support democracy, rarely is it easily given up.
Answered by anil garg, 10 Mar '13 11:33 pm

 
  
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