Category Archives: Communist Party of India, Marxist (CPIM)

Manifesto Comparison, General Elections 2014 (3 of 9) : Education

GDP on education. Primary school enrollment is nearly 100% but 40% of children dropout before completing elementary school and tertiary enrollment (for graduate studies and beyond) is 18%. The quality of this education is poor, compromising future employability. Stands of various parties in their manifestos : Congress: New focus on secondary education to ensure universal […]
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Manifesto Comparison, General Elections 2014 (2 of 9) : Economy

Current situation : The Current Economic situation of country can be summarised as follow : Economic growth is at 10 year low of 4.5% in 2012-13. Manufacturing sector is growing at less than 1%. Rupee and Current account deficit (CAD) is now stable After Subsidies and Interest payments, The next government is expected to get […]
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Manifesto Comparison, General Elections 2014 (1 of 9): Governance

Current Situation: Many scams have been unearthed in last 5 years due to which awareness for good governance has increased. After sustained anti-corruption movements, Lokpal Bill was passed in parliament. However, many important bills to ensure good governance could not find their way through the parliament. There is also a growing demand for regulation of […]
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Manifesto: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Preface: CPI (M) published its manifesto recently. It is 1 of the 6 national parties and currently holds 16 seats in 15th lower house of parliament. Ideologically, it is a left party which means it does not believe in social hierarchy¬†and consequently its manifesto is pro-poor. The manifesto has two parts. In first part, it […]
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