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A stereotype is a generally held, oversimplified, and exaggerated attitude about a certain group of people. People’s perceptions of a group are based on features… Read More
The Rural Local Government is also known as Panchayati Raj and Gram Panchayat is one of the smallest units at the level of the village.… Read More
When the Government of India passes any law that has an untoward effect on society, it is known as counterproductive law. In simple words, counterproductive… Read More
A political party can be defined as a group of people who work together to influence public policy, run the government, and win elections. A… Read More
The exact meaning of the law is open to question, but it is generally understood to be a system of regulations that are made and… Read More
The positioning framework, which depends on the ways of thinking of virtue and contamination, pecking order and distinction, has notwithstanding friendly portability, been oppressive towards… Read More
To provide justice and enforce laws in the country, it is important to have an independent judiciary. An independent judiciary simply means a kind of… Read More
The government in a democratic country is expected to work for the welfare of the people in several ways. They are expected to provide public… Read More
Democracy, literally meaning “rule by the people,” allows individuals to exercise political control over the form and functions of their government. While democracies take several… Read More
Democracy is a type of government where individuals have the power to pick their overseeing lawmakers. Whenever various individuals set out to really focus, they… Read More
The Constitution’s safeguards to protect minority communities are very important because they provide a way for those communities to have a voice in government. Without… Read More
The market is where products are presented by merchants in return for cash from purchasers. We go to the market to purchase everyday essentials, comfort… Read More
Power Sharing is the most common way of conveying power among various parts or organs of the public authority, for example, the three levels of… Read More
When a particular community, group or section of people are not allowed or sidelined to be a part of the main stream society is known… Read More
A political party is made up of a specific group of people who come together to compete with each other to run a government that… Read More

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