Applies to state enterprises or undertaking.
An economic phenomenon characterised by excessive production, less demand, tight money market.
Currency of a country with which we have favourable balance of trade.
Group of countries of commonwealth (except canada) keeping their reserves in sterling and not gold or dollars.
Measures undertaking by one country to protect industry against trade competition from outside.
Policy of racial segregation practiced by the south african government.
A motion moved by a member of a legislature to adjourn consideration of the issues in hand for discussing a matter of urgent public importance.
Grant of pardon or exemption from prosecution to political importance.
Temporary cessation of hostilities pending formal negotiations for peace.
The policy of gratifying one's enemy with concession and special grants by sacrificing even principles.
Power to control internal affairs.
An agreement between two countries.
Imposing closure of ports and waterways to prevent ships from reaching or leaving it.
The doctrine of proletarian dictatorship as propounded by lenin.
Capitalist class in marxian terminology.
A small neutral state between two big states.
A mid term election to fill a seat rendered vacant.
A vote casting of which decides the tie.
The senior most diplomat after the head of the mission, officiating in his absence.
Combination of two or more parties with the purpose of forming a composite government.
Alliance of nations for some specific purpose our retaining the respective individual nation sovereignty.
The state of ideological or wordy warfare between two countries or blocks.
A diplomatic emissary accredited to the country and holding position below that of an ambassador.
An anti-national clique of spies and saboteurs.
The act of changing political loyalty by a person or a group.
Right to cast vote in the public elections.
An opinion poll-may be with the help of interview.
Intention to destroy wholly or in part a religious, ethnic or political group.
Encircling a person and rending him incapable of doing anything till he/she concedes demands.
Means openness. Term used for reforms introduced in russian society by m.gorbachov.
A type of a writ issued by a high court or supreme court against illegal detention of a person.
A direct telephone link between the white house and kremlin established in 1963.
Trial by the parliament.
Exercising influence or pressure on members of the legislative bodies in the lobby for supporting or opposing an issue in the house.
An official appointed by the president to investigate public complaints against ministers and high officials.
A declaration of political party about its policies and programmes given at the time of elections.
The act of taking business undertakings an institutions by the state and controlling them.
A movement violent in character believing in maoism: the term was first used for the peasants of naxalbari (west bengal) who rose against the landlords demanding land for the landless.
The name given to the policy of franklin d.roosevelt to revive and boost american economy.
An act or decree promulgated by the head of state in an emergency or when the legislative body is not in session.
Used for gorbachov's move to restructure political and economical structure of the russian society.
Voting on regional or national issue.
Too much adulation for a ruler or a political figure.
Yearly allowances granted to the princes of indian states after the merger of their states with the indian union. (new these purses are abolished).
A motion moved by a legislator drawing attention of the house towards a matter involving breach of privilege of the house or any of its members.
People's verdict on some constitutional amendment and some other legislative issue of controversial nature.
Affirmation in all the faiths, showing no official patronage to any religions or religions.
Penalty or reward imposed for disobedience or obedience attached to the law.
Control of production and means of distribution in the hands of the state.
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