2017-07-02T18:55:52+05:30By |Categories: ARC|

Dear All , To summarize a huge report (143 page) in to a single article is a very challenging task. We know that everybody says they like ARC, but we know for a fact that not many of us do read it or if we read it we do so [...]

Daily Current Events – 05 May 2016

2016-05-07T08:35:34+05:30By |Categories: ARC|

Loss of vultures damaging for humans, ecosystem: study Decline in vulture populations in some parts of the world, including India, may have serious consequences for ecosystems and humans alike, according to a new study that suggests poisoning is the greatest extinction risk facing the scavengers.Poisoning is the greatest extinction risk [...]

ARC – Citizen Centric Administration (Good Governance)

2015-11-24T05:28:48+05:30By |Categories: ARC|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

“Man’s capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but man’s inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary” – Reinhold Niebuhr 1)The Concept of Citizen Centric Administration:- The concept of good governance is not new. Kautilya in his treatise Arthashastra elaborated the traits of the king of a well governed State thus: “in [...]

ARC – Public Order -Part 1(Problems, Causes, Manifestations and Weaknesses)

2015-10-28T23:40:26+05:30By |Categories: ARC|Tags: , , , , |

Public order along with the defence of the realm has always been the raison d’etre of the State throughout history. Introduction:- Maintenance of public order and the rule of law is a key sovereign function of the State, as important in its own way as defending the nation from external [...]

ARC – Capacity Building For Conflict Resolution – Part 6 (Summary of Solutions)

2017-02-13T19:49:08+05:30By |Categories: ARC|Tags: , , |

Introduction:- It has been said that peace is not the absence of conflict but the presence of creative alternatives for responding to conflict – alternatives to passive or aggressive responses, alternatives to violence. 1)Left Extremism:- Negotiations with the extremist outfits should be an important mode of conflict resolution. The system [...]

ARC – Capacity Building For Conflict Resolution – Part 3 (Left Wing Extremism/Naxalism)

2017-02-13T19:48:24+05:30By |Categories: ARC|Tags: , , |

Introduction :- The left extremist outburst, later known as the Naxalite movement, started in March 1967 in the three police station areas (Naxalbari, Khoribari and Phansidewa) of Darjeeling district in West Bengal .The major features of left wing extemism (LWE) are : – It has emerged as the greatest challenge [...]

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