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Elections' Myth vs. Reality

You might have heard the news that Linking Voter ID to Aadhaar is now "compulsory," and failing to do so will result in the voter's name being removed from the voter list.

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How Does the Basic Structure Doctrine Contribute to Ensuring Free & Fair Elections?
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How Does the Basic Structure Doctrine Contribute to Ensuring Free & Fair Elections?

The first instance of booth capturing in India was recorded in the 1957 Bihar general assembly election, which stained the democratic election process. Not only booth capturing but voter intimidation, ballot suffering and other such malpractice activities also challenged the credibility and fairness of the electoral process in Bihar at that time. 

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Why were 30 Crore Voters Missing in the 2019 Elections?
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Why were 30 Crore Voters Missing in the 2019 Elections?

India has many voters, approximately 94 crores this year, but many didn't vote in the last Lok Sabha Election of 2019. This made the Election Commission of India (ECI) work harder to get them to vote. ECI wants to increase the voter turnout to 75% this year. They noticed that many urban people, young voters, and migrants didn't vote last time, about 30 crore of them. 

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Model Code of Conduct - All You Need To Know
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Model Code of Conduct - All You Need To Know

India runs the world's biggest election with more than 97 crore voters. And just before elections, photos/videos of political candidates distributing cash, liquor, or even saari to influence voters can be seen on the internet. Such incidents challenge the fairness and credibility of democratic elections.

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India vs. USA Elections: Parliamentary System vs. Presidential System
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India vs. USA Elections: Parliamentary System vs. Presidential System

Queen Elizabeth II, Hans Adam II, Salman of Saudi Arabia, Akbar or Henri, the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, who were they? All these were the monarch who ruled their countries. Monarchy was the form of government recognized all around the world. A renowned phrase “Raja ka beta hi raja banega” was the concept of monarchy.

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