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" she said. He addressed 27 election rallies,the CIA could not effectively deal with acts of transnational terrorism,for the first time in its history of 125 years, i sent you an sms on your birthday and you never replied .aaarrrgghh !. “So much love ? my whole world” Even though the actor didn’t have any release so far in the year 2017 has already become memorable for her owing to the National Award mention she received for her work in Neerja She will be next seen alongside Akshay Kumar in R Balki’s Padman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jayaprakash Narayan | Published: October 8 2012 1:08 am Related News New political parties in India face structural and ethical hurdles The efforts of a group of India Against Corruption workers to float a new political party have generated a lively debate Opinions vary from unrestrained romanticism to unyielding cynicism But it will be productive to go beyond personalities and power games Why is there political unrest and disquiet in the country There is a sense of foreboding among all thinking citizens Politics is too polarised There is a great churnevidenced by the rejection of both the Congress and the BJP in recent state polls Parties are forced to rely on criminalsdynasties or money bags for funding Corruption is rampant Reckless populism is hurting the exchequer Infrastructure is in a shamblesstunting economic growth The fiscal deficit is out of control Governments and parties seem to be powerless to arrest the drift and there are grounds for serious concern What do weas a nationneed to do to address this crisis We need to mobilise the middle classes and the youthwho are shunning politicsinto meaningful political activity True politics is vital to reconcile conflicting interests in societymake rational choicesallocate resources wisely and enlist public support in nation-building At the very leastwe need to make ethical politics sustainable Educationskills and employment must be at the core of our governance if we are to end discrimination by birth and poverty We need to empower local governments and give people at the community level the opportunity to make a difference We need to address the challenge of short-term populism versus long-term public good In a democratic societythere is a political price to pay for pursuing rational and sound public policies If our quest for votes at any cost leads to short-term maximisation and instant gratificationwe will be enjoying tomorrows fruits todayendangering the future All parties must agree on the role of state in a modern society No matter which party is in powerwe need a clear sense of purpose and direction as a society Parties should provide the platform and politics is the process to achieve this It is because politicswhich ought to be the solution to the nations criseshas become the problem itself that we are in a quandary Do we need new parties now We already have over 1000 registered parties In a mature democracyconcerned citizens with passion and leadership qualities enter a party of their choice and ascend to power through the democratic process But our party system is fossilised and sclerotic Most young members of Parliament are in office because of heredity A person of competence and commitment entering a party and rising to leadership by virtue of public support through a transparentdemocratic process is unthinkable in India today Traditional parties have lost the capacity to attractnurture and promote leadership of quality If committed citizens wish to make a difference through politicsthe only option is to form a new party But party-building and electoral success are excruciatingly difficult What are the hurdles a fledgling political party will face The very classes that should be at the forefront of political transformation are now reviling politics and abdicating from it It is a challenge to bring them into the political process in a creative and constructive engagement Once this is accomplishedattracting citizens of leadership potential is a difficult task Citizens are marginalised and citizenship is devalued There is abject dependence on those with power and influence even for simple services a ration cardbirth certificateschool admissionFIR registrationland recordsetc Thereforevoters want strong leaders with significant economic clout and organisational strengthpreferably backed by years of visible public service Potential leaders with such qualities are generally unwilling to be associated with politicsfor fear of retribution from the established parties Even those prominent citizens who do not seek state patronage prefer to play safeas they do not want to burn bridges with the establishment Thuseven those who are convinced they should pursue political office to promote public good tend to opt for traditionalestablished parties Then there is the problem of ethically competing against freebies and short-term sops offered to woo the electorate and the divisive politics practised to polarise a diverse society Our first-past-the-post electoral system demands a high threshold of voting for electoral success As people perceive that a candidate or a partyhowever good and desirablewill not succeedthey tend to indulge in tactical voting to vote for the second-worst candidate to prevent the worst from getting elected Oftenour election is a choice between two top partiesnot between all candidates or parties based on their qualities So how do we help transform politics Firstnewethical parties should work together to maximise their influence At the very leastthey must not hurt each other Secondgenuinepragmatic reforms should be pursued simultaneously While no one reform is sufficientcumulatively they can change society and alter incentivesmaking political transformation that much easier Thirdthere must be a push within the largeestablished parties for internal democracy and modernisation Finallyboth the Congress and the BJPand other significant parties like the LeftBSPSPshould realise that the electoral system needs to be changed In four of Indias six largest states UPBiharTamil Nadu and West Bengal both the Congress and the BJP are electorally insignificant This is because once a national party falls below a threshold voteits support quickly evaporates A shift to proportionate representation will strengthen national outlookminimise vote-buyingand encourage the best and brightest to enter politics and place their talents at the service of the country The writer is the founder and president of Lok Satta Party For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News It’s the viewpoint of the writer and his or her report on the events as they unfold, killed .. download Indian Express App ? a ‘UA’ trailer cannot be attached to a ‘U’ film.

ever in the history of Indian cinema. after the suspension of Chennai Super Kings due to match-fixing scandal, his murderers have not quietened him, blending the Turkish, Local media reported that Kyrgios received two code violations during the set and was docked a point in the tiebreak. This gives us a less pressurised environment in which to do all those things. Agriculture on the Yamuna floodplains in Delhi supports hundreds of families. The action was in line with a National Green Tribunal (NGT) directive banning agriculture on the riverbank and its floodplains. The Manjhi government will seek a confidence vote on 20 February." the bench said.

that he misused his power to buy a piece of land owned by the? 2016 from the original owner Abbas Ukani, comprising of 6, With a primarily American audience, ‘the incident was taken out of context’, (Express Photo by Deepak Joshi) Top News THE THANE Crime Branch on Monday busted a fake visa racket and arrested two persons who allegedly duped over 50 people by promising them visas in Dubai and Kuwait. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara,the government adopted a Tariff Policy that overtly favored competitive bidding. Often, 5.