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Elections are considered to be the “carnival of democracy”. They are the principal mechanism of sustaining and regenerating national institutions. An independent electoral regime which can inspire confidence in the electorate is the sine qua non of the successful conduct of polls. Even a minute change in the electoral process should be introduced after careful deliberation since it will have a direct implication on the basic principles of democracy and the consequent institutional set-up. This edition of Bureaucracy Today brings you a detailed analysis of the idea of holding simultaneous elections to the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies. It looks best in the interest of Indians at its face value. It will not only ensure better political governance but also save the huge cost of economic and human resources involved in the current system of a staggered electoral battle. However, one should not get prompted to make any hasty decision as challenges in the implementation of the idea loom large. While the synchronization of election timings of the Lok Sabha and all the State Assemblies remains a key challenge, the question of the principle of federalism being tampered with hits the foundation stone of our democratic set-up. Debate, deliberation and discussion are the essence of a working democracy. Therefore, the approach of the current dispensation to protect the spirit of cooperative federalism must be based on a wide discussion across the political spectrum. Not just all the political parties but every other stakeholder should be taken into confidence and a consensus should evolve. Though every progressive idea in the interest of Indian democracy and governance is welcome, there should not be blind drum beating over a suggestion which is still in the nascent stage. Ultimately, there should not be any space for a temptation which can raise a question mark on the founding principles of Indian democracy.

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Bureaucracy Today (BT) is proud to be a leader in governance readership and is a ‘window for the corporate world’ as to what is happening in the government. The BT, an authoritative magazine has a circulation of 1.25 lakh and a readership of 6 lakh. BT readers are influential, affluent and politically powerful.

By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering influential readers comprehensively and reaching out to over 6.0 lakh affluent readers – from policy makers to entrepreneurs to top bureaucrats, PSU technocrats, to FIIs, diplomats, economists, CEOs, to small businessmen, stock investors and more, the Bureaucracy Today is one of India’s most comprehensive and influential consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for more than 70% of the India’s GDP. Bureaucracy Today publishes highly valuable content in a unique format so that its reader may utilize and benefit from the distinctive and useful information related to India INC and the government.

Profiles and interviews of individual top corporate leaders, bureaucrats and PSU technocrats are presented in a manner that brings out and reveals the state of mind of the top industry leaders so that related stakeholder may benefit from such useful information published in Bureaucracy Today magazine.
Each section is valuable and unique- The sections like Bureaucracy Scan provide crisp information about the latest and impending transfers and movement of important bureaucrats, technocrats in India and the world. Sections like Executive Digest, PSU market watch, Corporate Watch, State Watch, District Watch and The Bank, provides functional and exclusive content to its readers.

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