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In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ".An MP and other people were hacked to death despite the place of incident being merely 20 kms away from residence of a minister" The NCP chief said the "communal forces" were trying to vitiate the atmosphere by running divisive election campaign ".Communal forces are trying hard to control the country and to hurt the secular fabric of India.that should be averted" he said Pawar said the Congress-NCP combine had "relieved farmers of paying huge debt and also taken steps to benefit the common man" PTI Written by Feroze Varun Gandhi | Published: January 29 2016 12:00 am Hillary Clinton (Source: AP photo) Related News In less than a week the process for electing the next US president will start Bernie Sanders seemingly unelectable has drawn near-even with Hillary Clinton in polls in Iowa upending the Democratic nomination process He remains an authentic social democrat — a liberal in the true sense who fights for universal healthcare environmental protection and subsidised education His struggle for economic fairness and an equitable tax system heralds the leftward shift of the US political landscape This exciting turn of events has led to a self-avowed socialist being recast as an anti-establishment visionary When Sanders talks about economic security by making college tuition and debt free the youth listen The establishment remains heavily distrusted Centrist politicians like Clinton recently have drawn fire from frustrated young voters who question their trustworthiness and castigate their propensity towards lobbyists Liberal democracies purportedly established to enable the pursuit of happiness are increasingly undergoing “repatrimonialisation” — the capture of independent state institutions by powerful elites (Francis Fukuyama) A democratic deficit has led to disaffected voters losing trust in representative institutions — only 21 per cent of British citizens feel that their government listens to them Political fragmentation has thereby ensued The European political landscape increasingly resembles India’s political mosaic — with smaller regional parties eating into the core vote of major parties In India meanwhile policy debates are characterised by mudslinging and cynicism while the ordinary voter remains resentful Globally volatile politics reflecting voter rage against political deadlock is now the norm Young citizens are increasingly drawn to unapologetically liberal narratives attracted by principled leaders offering communitarian solutions Across the world 300 million youth (15-24 year olds) are not working This rise in unemployment has been accompanied by increasing insecurity with formal jobs replaced by unstable work arrangements — over 30 per cent are on temporary contracts Unemployment along with underemployment is progressing in the wrong direction Democracy in the West is undergoing a churning With institutions gradually co-opted by big business any further centralisation of power is viewed sceptically by the youth and disadvantaged Elite distemper skewed by a billionaire kleptocracy in its short-sighted self-interest had encouraged a narrow vision of the public good while “reforms” have succeeded in creating newer opportunities for elites to aggrandise themselves A fair and just social democratic system has been replaced by one where rules about wealth migration trade and finance are settled by supranational institutions This upcoming entrepreneurial generation feels distinctly estranged from hierarchical leader-driven politics With protests against inequality rising the call for economic fairness has touched a nerve A pro-poor narrative is now expansive penetrating popular consciousness Jeremy Corbyn having won the Labour leadership in a stunning upset is revamping British politics with a grassroots ethos and has abrogated the New Labour consensus advocating raising taxes to fund the NHS and mitigating climate change Populist parties like Italy’s Five Star Movement Spain’s Podemos and Greece’s Syriza have grown by altering traditional party hierarchy riding on a wave of anti-austerity sentiment “Aspiration” has been replaced by an ardour to institutionalise “fairness” Under laissez faire policies the government was fated for an ever-shrinking size This upcoming political generation is comfortable with democratic socialism which offers a right to economic security It constitutes a big government that offers social investments with a particular focus on raising the minimum wage Such targeted welfare spending will help regain economic confidence while instituting a robust social safety net While advocacy of a single-payer healthcare system is idealistic even a part implementation would offer significant benefits to youth voters A living wage matters to them As pronounced by Sanders defining inflation-linked living wages is an initial step and penalties for violations of such provisions should be dramatically raised Pay ratios as attested by Corbyn could be fixed between the top and bottom wage workers enabling growth’s rewards to trickle down faster Linking dividend distribution to a living wage would help draw attention to a firm’s labour policy better than any CSR activity Decentralised governance is now called for Discontented citizens increasingly hanker for a better process of politics not just its performance The classical insular 19th century British parliament style of democracy no longer suffices An Indian MP represents over two million people; representation is no longer representative Modern political parties focus on developing a winning electoral strategy staking out popular positions and developing a reputation for policy and governance competence This policy-heavy party machinery needs a complimentary contact democracy focused on grassroots action Radical surgery needs to be considered — city assemblies can be replaced by randomly chosen diverse groups of citizens to veto or approve legislation The Belgian culture minister Sven Gatz announced “Cultuur Burgerkabinet” — the Flemish citizens’ cabinet — creating a group of 1000 representative individuals to flesh out culture policy proposals South Australia’s “Better Together” programme instituted collaborations between government and NGOs The Rajya Sabha could even be chosen at random with diverse representation The pursuit of the greatest good of equality under law has historically been inefficiently focused on pursuing equality of outcome For the fruits of growth to be shared across society free-market democracies need to re-tailor their political and economic systems to offer rising prosperity and sustainable living standards The rise of this broad progressive narrative continues to evolve Democracy riven by oligarchy can begin to regain its lustre The writer is a BJP Lok Sabha MP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Updated: August 31 2017 10:39 am Maria Sharapova beat Timea Babos 6-7(4) 6-4 6-1 on Arthur Ashe Stadium despite playing below her best (Source: Reuters) Related News Maria Sharapova did not just reach the third round of the US Open on Wednesday she also showed that she is a rock star who never disappoints her fans according to former world number one Mats Wilander The Russian back on the grand slam scene for the first time since she returned from a 15-month doping ban in April beat Hungary’s Timea Babos 6-7(4) 6-4 6-1 on Arthur Ashe Stadium despite playing below her best “The saying ‘the heart of a champion’ was invented for her” Wilander who is at the US as an analyst for Eurosport said in a daily chat with Reuters “She does not have a mental meltdown it’s amazing She keeps hanging in hanging in even if she’s not playing well and expectations are through the roof for the rest of the people “She could easily have let go in the second set but as soon as she turns the second set around it’s over” Sharapova saved two break points to hold for 3-3 in the second set and after that won nine of the 11 remaining games and Wilander said her drive was key to her success “It’s not enough to be a good competitor Good competitors they want to win But with her you have the feeling she needs to win” he said “Today was another typical Maria Sharapova performance She’s been like that throughout her career The great champions are not always those who have won the most the great champions become great champions when people have expectations “Great champions always deliver What people come to see they give it to them “They don’t come to see Sharapova win they come to see Sharapova because they know they’re going to get their absolute best fight “She delivers every single time That’s talent She’s a rock star” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News12/10 Cadet Girls Singles: Quarters: Payal Bhora (Msd) [Seed – 11 BtVaibhavi Kher(Pna)[Seed – 3 11/9, 2016 1:17 am Hours after the Saturday night blast that injured 29 people in Manhattan, Raghuvaran, he said.