1. as a citizen in an active democracy, what is your responsibility when you see in your community that you find offensive?
2. what do you the role of your government should be when a group of people finds offensive in their community?
3. how would like to see minority opinions handled by your government?
note that “minority” here does not necessarily have to do with the color of a person’s skin. “minority” for the purposes of question has to do with who has power and who does not have power. in some situations, it is possible for a group to have a numerical majority but still be in the minority when it comes to power.
-regulating and damming of rivers affect their natural flow, causing poor sediment flow which results in rockier stream beds and poorer habitat for aquatic life.
-dams fragment rivers, making it difficult for aquatic fauna to migrate, especially for breeding/spawning.
-the reservoirs created on floodplains also submerge the existing vegetation leading to its decomposition over time.
-multipurpose projects have been the cause of many social movements like the 'narmada bachao andolan' and 'tehri dam andolan'. resistance to these projects is mainly because of large-scale displacement of local and tribal communities.
-local people often had to give up their land, livelihood and meagre control over resources during building of these dams for the greater good of the nation with no proper benefit for themselves.
hope this helps☺
please mark as brainliest if it is useful☺☺
37+ is your answer mate !
A question time in a parliament occurs when members of the parliament ask questions of government ministers (including the prime minister), which they are obliged to answer. It usually occurs daily while parliament is sitting, though it can be cancelled in exceptional circumstances. Question time originated in the Westminster system of the United Kingdom, and occurs in other countries, mostly Commonwealth countries, who use the system.
In practice, the questions asked in question time are usually pre-arranged by the organisers of each party; although the questions are usually without notice. Questions from government backbenchers are either intended to allow the Minister to discuss the virtues of government policy, or to attack the opposition. A typical format of such a government backbencher's question might be "Could the Minister discuss the benefits of the government's initiative on <issue>, and is the Minister aware of any alternative policies in this area?"
Please ask easy question it is t long
Question Hour is the first hour of a sitting session of India's Lok Sabha devoted to questions that Members of Parliament raise about any aspect of administrative activity. The concerned Minister is obliged to answer to the Parliament, either orally or in writing, depending on the type of question raised.
answer:Question Hour is the first hour of a sitting session of India's Lok Sabha devoted to questions that Members of Parliament raise about any aspect of administrative activity. The concerned Minister is obliged to answer to the Parliament, either orally or in writing, depending on the type of question raised.
Explanation:Hope it's help ☝
Dear Student, question is in which respect or referencing to what is not clear. Question statement is incomplete. Here the question is: " Which weave will be suitable for this purpose? " For what the weave needs to be suitable is not clear. Some reference and more iformation is required to answer the asked question. Recheck the asked question again.
just having good questions
carrier of organism because the mosquito sucks blood from different bodies
hope it is dear
1. as a citizen in an active democracy, what is your responsibility when you s...