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Rafale Aircraft

Induction of French Rafale Aircraft in IAF The first of five Rafale jets out of 36 comprising these single-seater and town twin-seater aircraft inducted into the Indian Air Force (IAF) at the Amabala Airbase in Haryana. The aircraft covered a distance of nearly 7000 km from France to India with Mid air refueling and a […]

बौद्ध धर्म और बाबा साहब

इनमे में किसी एक के अभाव में समाज तीतर बितर हो जाएगा।  धर्म के अस्तित्व के लिए बुद्धि का प्रमाणिक होना आवश्यक है।  यही विज्ञान का दूसरा नाम है।  बाबा साहब के विचार से बौद्ध धर्म सभी अपेक्षाओं पर खरा उतरता है।  बाबा साहब ने उन्हें एकदम साफ़ बताया की अभी उन्होंने न तो बौद्ध […]

Liberal Democracies

Why representative democracies are called liberal democracies? Want to know ? actual reason of why are representative called liberal democracies. Liberal Democracies This is first a historical reason. Most Western states became liberal before they became democratic. That is so say they achieved a liberal constitutional order before they granted universal suffrage or developed mass […]

Political parties play in democracy

Political parties play in democracy?   In a large society people can exercise little public influence as individuals, but can in association with others. Political parties bring together those who share similar views and interest to campaign for political office and influence. They perform a number of different functions. For the electorate they help simplify the […]

Political Equality

Political Equality ? The eightieth-century political theorist Rousseau thought not. In a representative system, he agreed, people are only free once every few years at election time; thereafter they revert a position to subordination to their rules which is no better than slavery. This is an extreme version of the characteristic left-wing of radical criticism […]

Hinduism

My claim to Hinduism has been rejected by some, because I believe and advocate non violence in its extreme form. They say that I am Christian in disguise. I have been even seriously told that I am distorting the meaning of the Gita, when I ascribe to that great poem the teaching of unadulterated non-violence. […]