Phases of India's Development : A lenseye view

Author: Dr. P K Agrawal

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Publisher Prints Publications Pvt Ltd
Publication Year 2018
ISBN-13 9788192769417
Binding Hard back
Number of Pages 305 Pages
Language English
Edition 1st
Dimension (Inches) 5.5"x8.5"
Weight (Grams) 778
Subject International Affairs , Political Science
Category Society & Social Sciences

The book ‘Phases of India's Development: A Lenseye View’ is a comprehensive collection of columns and articles published in various magazines for last four years, by Dr. PK Agrawal, a writer of sixty books.

The book contains articles under broad topics of Bureaucracy, Judiciary, Land Reform and Good Governance and gives overall functioning of polity in India. The book mainly covers the functioning of governments in States and at the Centre. Thrust areas and broad schemes of governments have been covered.

As government has now limited role, corruption, black money and bureaucratization in private sector are also touched.

Dr. Agrawal has about 37 years' experience of working in government and eight years with the private sector. Thus the writer has dwelt with the problems facing the country with a pen of an expert.

Accordingly, speedy, objective and transparent working in bureaucracy has been elaborated. Steps required for liquidation of pendency and speedy disposal of cases have been narrated. Land reforms as the measures to remove poverty in India have been suggested including solution to the Naxalism. Lastly, left out measures for ensuring good governance have been touched upon. This volume will be useful to all those who are interested to know how India as a State can march ahead as a developed country.

Dr. P K Agrawal

Born in the land of Chandellas at Barwa Sagar, District Jhansi, Dr. P K Agarwal is a well known author. He has to his credit more then fifty books so far in Hindi and in English. Dr. Agrawal is famous for his simple straightforward and public spirited writing. His writing reflect various aspects of the Indian art, Mythology, culture and civilisation. After serving successfully about thirty four years in I.A.S., Dr. Agrawal is presently partner in Khaitan & Co. New Delhi, a leading law firm in India.

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Contents

Page No.

 

Preface

ix

 

BUREAUCRACY

 

1

Anatomy of a Bureaucrat at Work

1—5

2

Psychology of a Bureaucrat

6—8

3

Fear Psychosis among Bureaucrats

9—11

4

Mega Bureaucracy of Central Government

12—13

5

Problems of Bureaucracy in Uttar Pradesh

14—16

6

Ideal Bureaucrats of Gujarat

17—18

7

Ring is Buzzing without Reply

19—21

8

Obeying Illegal orders of Superior Officer is not a Defence.

22—25

9

The Superior should Confirm Oral Instructions in Writing

26—28

10

Postings should not be based on Confidential Reports alone

29—31

11

Why Retirement at 60?

32—34

12

Corruption among Bureaucrats

35—37

13

Corruption Creates Imbalance in the Economy

38—40

14

Tackle Corruption by Positive Actions Forward

41—43

15

Legal Approach to Combat Corruption.

44—47

16

High time to Follow UN Convention on Corruption

48—50

17

Ombudsman in India

51—53

18

The Dilemma of a Bureaucrat

54—57

19

Civil Service Reforms : Need of the Hour

58—60

20

SCPC Mandates Govt. Servants to Perform.

61—63

21

Before Motivating Others, Motivate Yourself

64—66

22

Only Administrative Law is the Solution

67—69

23

How American Bureaucrats Function

70—74

24

Role of Police in India’s Development

75—77

25

Bureaucratization of India

78—79

26

Computer is the Biggest Bureaucrat in India

80—82

27

Yoga: The Therapy for Bureaucrats

83—84

 

 

 

 

JUDICIARY

 

28

Judicial Reforms : The Need of the Hour

85—89

29

Delay Denies Justice

90—92

30

Adjournments as Curse to the Judiciary

93—95

31

Accountability in Higher Judiciary

96—99

32

The Supreme Court has Shown the Way

100—104

33

Judiciary Needs More Judges

105—106

34

Huge Pendency of Cases in District and Subordinate Courts

107—110

35

Consumer Grievance Redressal through Mediation.

111—113

36

Free Legal Aid : For Speedy Disposal of Cases of Jail Inmates

114—119

37

Role of Mediation in Settling Consumer Disputes

120—122

38

ADR at Grass Root Level : the Madhya Pradesh Experiment

123—125

39

How much Protection is Available to Judges and Magistrates

126—128

 

 

 

 

LAND REFORM

 

40

The Chinese Revolution to Implement Land Reforms

129—137

41

Land Distribution as a Tool of Poverty Reduction

138—143

42

Organising the Unorganised

144—149

43

Development Over Land

150—156

44

A Milestone in SC Land Acquisition Judgments

157—159

45

Administrative Approach to Land Acquisition.

160—162

46

Land Reforms in Bangladesh

163—167

47

Land Reforms in Pakistan

168—171

48

Status of Land Reforms in Nepal

172—175

49

Suggestions to Remove Poverty in India

176—178

50

Removal of Poverty through Self Help Groups

179—181

 

 

 

 

GOOD GOVERNANCE

 

51

Tips for Good Governance

183—187

52

Gearing up Govt. Machinery for Better Public Service

188—190

53

People Respond Favourably to Good Governance

191—193

54

Cleanliness in Record Room

194—197

55

How Can River Cleaning Programmes Become Successful?

198—200

56

The Ganga Cleaning Starts from Home

201—203

57

Combating Air Pollution in India

204—206

58

Preventing Misuse of Social Media

207—209

59

Better to Continue Present Constitutional Status of Delhi-NCT

210—212

60

Skilling India is a Very Tough Job

213—214

61

Improving CSR Initiatives

215—217

62

Small is Beautiful

218—219

63

Taking District Administration to Doorstep of Citizens

220—222

64

Indians should Utilize Weekends More Fruitfully

223—224

65

Privatization is not the Panacea

225—227

66

Corruption also in Private Sector: How can it be Controlled?

228—230

67

Black Money Holders ‘Running Parallel Economy’ in India

231—233

68

Black money-How Black it is?

234—235

69

How Tax Havens Function

236—238

70

Positive Approach to Demonetisation

239—241

71

Should Death Penalty be Abolished in India?

242—243

72

Status of Ken-Betwa Rivers Link

244—246

73

I am a Businessman

247—249

74

Call for Performance of Duties

250—254

75

Swachh Bharat Mission takes India to a New Identity

255—257

76

On Karma

258—259

77

The Bhagvad Gita: A Book of Battlefield

260—267

78

Strategy to Tackle Naxalism

268—272

79

Non-Government Sector is More Important

273—275

80

Currency Reflects Work Rendered by a Country’s Citizens

276—278

81

Why Do Farmers Commit Suicide?

279—281

82

Problem of Intolerance: Causes and Cure

282—285

83

Ambulance is the VIP

286—287

84

Freedom of Press in India

288—293

 

Bibliography

295-296

 

Index

297-305

 

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