Posts filed in Democracy

No Secret: Private businessmen from the corporate world were part of demonitisation decision-making!

Posted Saturday November 26, 2016 by CSLRA India

Modi Government is publicizing the 8th November 2016 demonetization decision as well kept secret. Please read an interesting article to see if it was so or not....

Read More »
Demonetization Queque

Vice President rightly requiring auto-expulsion of disruptive members

Posted Sunday December 20, 2015 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to Vice President Hamid Mohammed Ansari rightly suggesting at Business Advisory Committee of Rajya Sabha for auto-expulsion of disruptive members in the Parliament, following critical remarks by Union...

Read More »
Perliament-of-India

Rural India is far behind Urban India in every Indicator of Progress

Posted Monday December 07, 2015 by CSLRA India

The India Vs Bharat debate is not new. The Urban –Rural divide has been debated for years together. There seems to be little progress made over the last seven decades...

Read More »
rural-india

Here is how you can follow the Proceedings of Parliament

Posted Monday December 07, 2015 by CSLRA India

The Proceedings of Parliament are the most important part of any democracy. It is important for citizenry to keep a tab on these proceedings and understanding the functioning of parliament....

Read More »
Perliament-of-India

Public-interest demands Parliament to function at least for legislating bills having consensus (see also attachments)

Posted Friday November 27, 2015 by CSLRA India

Monsoon-session of Parliament was virtually washed out because of continuous disruptions in Parliamentary proceedings by the opposition making people of world’s largest democracy deprived of many important legislations like on...

Read More »
Perliament-of-India

Unfortunate deferring passing of GST Bill: Wastage of public money should be avoided through disruption in Parliament

Posted Friday August 14, 2015 by CSLRA India

It refers to virtual wash-out of complete monsoon session of Parliament resulting in not passing of crucial Goods & Service Tax (GST) Bill which was very important and necessary for...

Read More »
Money