Current Public Administration Magazine (SEPTEMBER 2020)

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1. Electronic Administration

Going glocal in a smarter way

Gauging the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is still an evolving exercise, but without a doubt, its fallout has been negative and widespread across the globe. Challenges arose in the form of export prohibitions and restrictions, which some countries introduced to mitigate critical shortages of medicines and equipment. In April, the WTO expressed a deep concern over this unsettling trend given that all countries would depend on global supply chains to source critical products to meet the public health challenge. The demand for medical products as well as the disruptions to international transport were also at their peak at the time.

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2. Indian Government and Politics

Inclusion of the word fraternity in Preamble is of historic importance and contemporary relevance

Two months ago, Harsh Mander wrote in The India Forum of the significance of the word ―fraternity‖ in our Constitution’s Preamble. Reading the article nudged me to explore the story behind that word’s inclusion.
Scholars have long noted a few milestones in the history of India’s constitution-making. A major one was the 1931 ―Fundamental Rights‖ resolution of the Indian National Congress. Meeting in Karachi under the presidentship of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Congress resolved that ―any [future] constitution should include fundamental rights of the people such as freedom of association and combination, freedom of speech and press, freedom of conscience and the free profession and practice of religion‖.

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