May 2019 Newsletter
Volume: 5 Issue: 4
Lack of Institutional Autonomy Hampers Democracy

Dr JP discusses how the government intervention in the functioning of institutions like Supreme Court, ECI and CBI, hampers democracy in the country
Experts' findings on AP Reorganisation Act

Residual state of Andhra Pradesh suffered financially because of undue haste in bifurcation and Union Government's failure to deliver on its commitments made in AP Re-organization Act, 2013. This article also offers solutions for the issues discussed
Constitutional Democracy and Social Justice
Dr JP as the keynote speaker at a lecture gave his insights on the topic "Constitutional Democracy and Social Justice", highlighting five key areas that have played a role in the perpetuation of inequalities by birth

Making Sense of Political Party Manifestos

It’s General Assembly Elections, 2019 and both the major national parties - BJP and Congress are fiercely involved in campaigning and taking potshots at each other. Their manifestos were released in early April. Do they sufficiently address the citizens’ needs?
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Towards Sustainable Development:
In-situ Urbanisation

India's current pattern of mega city urbanisation is fraught with economic, ecological and environmental challenges. A spatially dispersed pattern of urbanisation maybe more desirable and sustainable for India.

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Democratic Evolution of United Kingdom

The storyboard traces the evolution of democracy in the United Kingdom from the very rudimentary beginnings of Parliament in the 8th century till 1928, which marked universal adult franchise, where all people irrespective of their gender, status or race were given the right to vote

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Is corruption in India due to lack of values in society and unethical people?

Let's find out what Dr JP has to say!

Agriculture Series(Part-2)

In the new agriculture series[Telugu], FDR presents interactive video sessions on challenges of the Agricultural sector and reforms required.

A sneak preview of the activities of FDR in May 2019
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E - Knowledge Center
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