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What in the present context you perceive as really alarming for India?

Asked by Good Citizen, 15 Dec '09 02:23 pm
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Rising inflation with sky rocketing prices of food articles & other non-food items such as textiles, paper products, metals and machinery are also on the rise!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 15 Dec '09 11:42 pm

 
  
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Over population and the number of people below the poverty line increasing with every year, Over crowding of cities which are growing haphazardly, with no proper urban planning, and cities are reaching their breaking point, like the flooding of Mumbai showed us.
Answered by blue ocean, 15 Dec '09 09:30 pm

 
  
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Demand for more states n rise in prices of essential commodities.Terrorism will come next.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 15 Dec '09 02:25 pm

 
  
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Increasing polution and decreasing water level in the ground.
Answered by krishna bhojwani, 15 Dec '09 02:25 pm

 
  
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I resubmit hereunder a very common question coming in the minds of common men.

What is the reason behind declining economy for common men inspite of rising GDP or what is the reason behind continuous rise in prices of essential goods and commodities?

It is none other than corruption is my clear cut answer. Politicians in collusion with administrative officers (beaurocrats)are busy in making money from traders and have given full freedom to them to loot as much as possible and share with them (politicians and government officers) Prices are rising and rising unbridled only because there is none to monitor.

I disagree with lame excuses given by ruling central government of UPA like global slowdown or lesser production or bad climate. You might have heard on TV and read in print media that onion and rice in huge quantity were exported inspite of ban on export of rice.
Why and how could it so occur?
Because politicians in general and ministers in particular forget all rules wh ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 19 Dec '09 05:37 am

 
  
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At this rate, I can bet ur grandkids will be reading about Republic of India in history books like AUrangazeb, some will love it others will hate it and well, civil strife. Politically, at this rate of REGIONALISM, well, India will become like Sub Saharan Africa. Now that 'new' states like Telengana are granted priviliges of autonomy, already 'autonomized' states like J and K will ask for more BS like a separate currency. Then they will say Indian Army is raping too much so they will demand a special state specific army.

Also economics is in bad shape. We NEED price ceilings and floors on essentials. We NEED to do an NATION WIDE "acclamatization to consumerism and unregulated commerce" study on all societies. I am sure GUjrat will come out w/ flying colours also Punjab and some other states, but many MANY states won't. And in states that don't pass that test, there is no private sector corporate or MNC. Period. They only compete in areas which pass that test.

AND WE NEED OUR N ...more
Answered by A Moin, 15 Dec '09 11:08 pm

 
  
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