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Electoral Reforms

Should India Limit The Terms Of Elected Leaders For The Sake Of Better Governance?

May 08, 2019 Gautam Bhatia

When the world’s most expensive election comes every 5 years and its participants spend almost half that period campaigning is it time to rethink a new electoral model.

Anna Hazare Voices Concern Over Political Parties Wanting To Come To Power By 'Hook Or Crook'

Apr 20, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The veteran Gandhian said using the sacrifices of martyrs for seeking votes was saddening. "When the trend is to do anything to come to power, such misuse is seen and voters are sleeping," Hazare said.


Electoral Bonds Have Legalised Crony Capitalism: Ex-Chief Election Commissioner SY Quraishi

The electoral bonds scheme of Narendra Modi government has legalised and legitimised "crony capitalism" and taken away transparency from political funding, alleged ex-Cheif Election Commissioner SY Quraishi

AAP, BJP Trade Charges As Calls On Electoral List Continue

Feb 17, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

BJP leader Vijender Gupta said the AAP is trying to defame his party by calling people and telling them we have got their names removed from the voters' list.


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