Coalition – A temporary alliance formed by political parties especially at the time of Elections.
Communism - a system of social organization in which all property is owned by the community. Further, each person contributes and receives according to their ability and needs.
Dravidian – The terminology denotes a family of languages spoken in southern Parts of India, especially Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh etc., and Sri Lanka.
E-Governance – Electronic Governance is the application of information and communication and technology (ICT) for delivery of public services to people.
Federalism – It is a system of government in which powers are distributed among various units of the government.
Political Alliance – Political alliances are formed by political parties in order to prevent particular political parties to capture power.
Populism - Political activities intended to draw the support of the general public by giving them with welfare measures.
Radicalism – People who advocate their policies and programme through aggressive means.
Regionalism – It is a political ideology that focuses mainly on the interest of the region or a particular state rather than the nation.
Reservation – It is also called a policy of affirmative action mainly to empower the marginalized communities in socio-economic and political arenas.
Social Justice – It is a political concept which holds that all people should have equal access to wealth, health, well-being, justice and opportunity.
Social Welfare - Services that are provided by the government to help poor, needy and marginalized people.
Socialism – It is a theory which mainly advocates that the means of production should be controlled by the state and not by the private.
State Autonomy – It is a theory which stands for complete autonomy for state government in political and economic arenas.