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Hindustan (Hindi) 18 December 2013

Amar Ujala 18 December 2013

Action India - NSW 19 December 2013

Bangalore - After independence, we got bureaucracy not democracy, said Bhaskar Rao Gorantla, Research Director of National Social Watch. He was addressing a gathering of civil society representatives at a consultation programme organized by the Karnataka Social Watch on administrative

By Amelia Gentleman International Heral Tribune Thursday, April 26, 2007 Social Watch India, a political watchdog, reported last year that 125 of the 538 members of Parliament have criminal cases pending against them. Around half of these cases relate to

Press Clipping: A state level consultation by UP Social Watch on “Administrative Reforms for Good Governance”On 22nd March 2013 at Jai Shankar Prasad Sabhanagar, Rai umanaath Kesargargh, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

  Administrative Reforms for Better Governance N.C. Saxena 2012 l xviii+99pp. l 978-93-81144-26-8 (Pb)  ₹ 125 Public administration, especially the top bureaucracy, plays a crucial role in making up of the welfare state. Its role cannot be overemphasized in the good governance. The pamphlet

India cannot eradicate poverty by 2015: that is the assessment of the Social Watch, an NGO which monitors governance across globe. Its Basic Capabilities Index (BCI) was released in February. Social Watch coordinator Roberto Bissio told Governance Now that India’s

April 6, 2009 The Hindu, New Delhi (IANS): What is common to cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu, filmstars Govinda, Vinod Khanna, Hema Malini, Dharmendra, Jaya Bachchan and Jaya Prada, wrestler Dara Singh, industrialists Vijay Mallya and Rahul Bajaj, director Shyam Benegal

April 6 2009 Deccan Herald 'The Citizens' Report on Governance and Development 2008-09 by civil society organisation National Social Watch (NSW) has given the 12 MPs a definite thumbs down and detailed their lack of interest in Lok Sabha and

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