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How to improve India in opinion?

Asked by Anindya Mukherjee, 31 Jan '09 03:09 pm
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I think that education should be freely available and should be compulsory not only in the cities but in the villages. With education comes awareness of the need for hygiene, nutrition, pollution of ones area and the environment, casteism is something that unfortunately is a snake with many heads, if you cut one off another comes to take its place. It will take a change in the mindset of all the youth of today to change the system. With a proper education, people can make a proper choice of leaders. Politicians are elected, they are not supposed to inherit a 'throne'.
Answered by malishka, 31 Jan '09 03:12 pm

 
  
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Change the political rules
Answered by sumati gayki, 01 Nov '09 12:37 pm

 
  
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To start with I totally disaree with Indira Indu.That a namesake of hers once tried to do it and we are still not out of its aftermath. The very fact that with the same structure we have arrived where we are economically, culturally,administratively and c is evidence of its efficacy. This is the Chariot of Lord Jagannath.The wheel will take the next turn only when it is sure that there is solid ground ahead.The by-standars clearly see a pit ahead but are aghast with wonder when the wheel takes it in its stride and rolls ahead.This is the only country fuldl of so many diversities_cultural,linquistic,ethnic etc. and yet it has successfully negotiated the democratic path for sixty years when elsewhere dictatorships have usurped power.An English author,I believe some Mr Patric, had in his book Cities said 50 years ago that may be perhaps the Indian democratic experiment may fail and dictatorial forces take over some day. But,he adds,hundres of years later people will wonder if such peop ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 31 Jan '09 03:25 pm

 
  
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Let everybody work sincerely, honestly and act judiciously in politics.
Answered by Thulasi Madhavan, 31 Jan '09 03:11 pm

 
  
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Change the political rules
Answered by indira indu, 31 Jan '09 03:10 pm

 
  
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