Issue: July 2014
About Yojana
Cover Story
It is a well-worn cliché that ‘People get the leaders they deserve’. It perhaps hides and distorts as much as it reveals the real processes at work in...
  Electoral Reforms through the years
S Y Qureshi
  Elections in India over the years have gone from strength to strength largely through a series of electoral reforms. Yet, there are still some areas o...
  Electoral Reforms: A Peep in the Past and Look Ahead
Jagdeep Chhokar
  Leaving now our laurels alone, it becomes imperative to take stock of the present state of affairs which causes concern and anxiety because of the exi...
  Some Policy Issues in Indian Agriculture
S Mahendra Dev
  The performance of Agriculture in India is important as the sector not only contributes to overall growth of the economy but also provides employment ...
  Hyper Plurality of Candidates and Indian Electoral Reforms
Kaushik Bhattacharya
  Election for the sixteenth Lok Sabha in India has recently been completed and a new government has already sworn in. Regular conduction of such electi...
  The Electoral Participation of Women
Lakshmi Iyer
  The Women’s Reservation Bill, which seeks to reserve one-third of all seats in the Lok Sabha and the state legislatures for women, is yet to become la...

Yojana is a monthly devoted to socio-economic issues and started its publication in 1957 with Mr. Khuswant Singh as its Chief Editor. The magazine is now published in 13 languages viz. English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Oriya.

Many specialized newspapers and magazines on economic issues are catering to the needs of readers in urban and big cities especially in SEC A’ and ‘B’. The reach of economic newspapers and magazines to smaller towns is limited. Yojana tries to reach people of segments in SEC ‘C’ and ‘D’ in semi-urban areas in different regions and in their languages. Although Yojana is sponsored by government and is an official venture, it is in no way is restricted to expressing the government views alone; it attempts to give praise where praise is due and criticize with constructive purpose. Yojana gives different shades of opinion and views on any issue and thereby presents a balanced picture.


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J&K Window : Rs. 21 Crores Spent in Ramban under MGNREGA
The state government has spent Rs. 20.84 crores for accomplishing the targets of Rural Development in the financial year 2013-14 in the district of Ramban in J&K.
Do you know? : What is Crowd Sourcing
It is defined as ‘the process by which the power of the many can be leveraged to accomplish feats that were once the province of a specialized few’.
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