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USA Committed To Support Taiwan’s Vibrant Democracy: Pelosi

Expectedly, China's foreign ministry condemned Pelosi's visit and said it seriously damages peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait

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Democratic Maturity Of India Is Displayed By Our Conduct: PM

PM Modi inaugurated Shatabdi Smriti Stambh which has been built to commemorate 100 years of Bihar Vidhan Sabha and laid the foundation stone of the Vidhan Sabha museum

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India’s Digital Innovations & Democracy, Inclusive Transformation (“ I did it” )

Democracy is not about multiparty elections alone. It is not just about local governmental governance. Democracy thrives when citizens can feel their own citizenry influence, in what they say as feedback and in what they don’t accept.

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Data Is Very Important For Accountability In Democracy: Niti Aayog VC

Speaking at the launch of Niti Aayog's Data and Analytics Platform (NDAP), he also said that NDAP aims to democratise access to government data by making data accessible, interoperable and interactive for open public use

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Long Live Debate Less Parliamentary Democracy: Chidambaram's Slams Centre

The farm bills were passed without a debate when the two sides did not agree and they were repealed without a debate when the two sides agreed, Chidambaram said, adding that, "whichever way, there was no debate".

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SC On Pegasus Row: Freedom Of Press Important Pillar Of Democracy

A bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana said it is undeniable that surveillance and the knowledge that one is under the threat of being spied on can affect the way an individual decides to exercise his or her rights.

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Right To Information As A Tool To Strengthen Indian Democracy

We need to protect this sacred right, if we consider the right to democracy as a form of government among our cherished rights.

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Skills, Democracy Main Drivers Of Growth: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

"I like to predict markets. Sometimes I am right and sometimes I am wrong. When I am right, I feel elated and when I am wrong, I learn....I am not afraid to make any mistake, only one that I can afford," Jhunjhunwala said.

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Independence, Freedom Of Expression Of Citizens Crucial In Democracy; Good Policing Must: Shah

Delivering the keynote speech during the 51st foundation day event of the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), the minister said democracy cannot be successful if law and order is not good.

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G7 Should ‘Rebuild First’ To ‘Build Back Better’

To get back in the game the G7 members need to roll up their sleeves and get their house in order by ‘rebuilding’ three key aspects to ‘Build Back Better’.

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Rahul Gandhi To Speak On Democracy At Virtual Event On March 2

Kaushik Basu is a professor of economics and the Carl Marks Professor of International Studies. From 2012 to 2016 he was chief economist and senior vice president of the World Bank.

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India wants a stable Myanmar, says Army Chief

India wants a stable Myanmar, says Army Chief

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Democratic progress is under assault: Biden warns European allies

Democratic progress is under assault: Biden warns European allies

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The Middle Class Is In The Middle Of Nowhere

The problem of increasing income inequality is not just problems that result from how the economic pie is divided but also causes of ‘too slow’ an expansion of that pie. This is why the middle -class should be the focus of our socioeconomic policy.

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The will of people has been heard, says Biden in his first speech as US President

The will of people has been heard, says Biden in his first speech as US President

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