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Question 1. Asked on :03 September 2021:11:27:02 AM

 The period of the great depression was from __________

-Added by Master Purushottam Political Science » Introduction To Macroeconomics

Answer by: Shruti Srivastva

Shruti Srivastva

 1929 - 1933

-Answered by Shruti Srivastva On 12 September 2021:04:38:58 PM

Answer by: Master Purushottam

Master Purushottam

 1929-33

-Answered by Master Purushottam On 03 September 2021:11:27:59 AM


Question 2. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:50:55 PM

 Why is it important to separate religion form state in democratic societies ? Give reasons.

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

(i) If Majority relious group has access to state power, it could quite easily applicable this power and financial resources against the persons of other religions.

(ii) To protect the freedom of individuals to exit from their religion, embrace another religion or have freedom to interpret religious teachings differently.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:53:13 PM


Question 3. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:42:52 PM

 Write one significant way in which Indian secularism differs from secularism practised in United State of America?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

 There is strict separation between religion and State in Americran secularism whlie in Indian seclarism, the State can intervene in the religious affairs.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:45:23 PM


Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

The term ‘establishment’ means that the legislature cannot declare any religion as official religion. US Government can not give preference to one religion.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:38:50 PM


Question 5. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:31:35 PM

 Mention one objectives of U.S. Constitution which is similar to Indian constitution?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

One objective of Indian Constitution which is similar to U.S. Constitution is:

 (i)The U.S. Constitution prohibits the legislature form make laws “respecting an establishment of religion” or that “prohibit the free exercise of religion.”

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:35:23 PM


Question 6. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:28:21 PM

 In USA, What does the separation between State and religion mean?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

 In USA, the separation between state and religion means that neither the state nor religion can interfere in the affairs of one another.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:30:12 PM


Question 7. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:23:47 PM

The State can intervene in the religions matter in the form of support. Explain how?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

 The Indian Constitution grants  the right to religions, the state makes certain exceptions for particular religious communities.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:26:37 PM


Question 8. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:20:04 PM

 Indian secularism works through a strategy of non-interference. What does this mean?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

 This means that in order to respect the sentiments of all religions, the state makes certain exceptions for particular religious communities.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:21:39 PM


Question 9. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:09:18 PM

 How does Indian state use the strategy of distancing itself from religion?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

The Indian state is neither ruled by a religious group nor does it support any religion. Government premises like law courts, police stations, government schools and offices are not allowed to display or promote any one religion.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:10:54 PM


Question 10. Asked on :06 September 2020:12:06:10 PM

 Mention the three main objectives of a secular State?

-Added by Jyoti Srivastva Political Science » Understanding Secularism

Answer by: Jyoti Srivastva

Jyoti Srivastva

 (i) One religious community does not dominate the other.

(ii) Some members do not dominate other members of the same religious community.

(iii)The State does not enforce any particular religion nor takes away the religious freedom of individuals.

-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 06 September 2020:12:07:53 PM


 

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