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What will be the key issues in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections?

Asked by radhakrishnan, 19 Feb '09 09:09 am
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It hardly matters
Answered by anil garg, 17 Sep '09 07:00 pm

 
  
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Economists in India or abroad are talking of economic slowdown or global recession. They say that there is fall in demand and hence growth engine is moving slowly or going reverse. It is astonishing that demand in Gold is increasing and prices are sky rocketing. Even now there are buyers of houses, shops and commercial houses worth 50 lacs and above whatever the rate of interest on housing loan may be in the market. But such buyers are microscopically small in the country.It means that money is confined in the hands of big business houses who manipulate the prices of commodities, currency or stocks as per their whims and other are silent spectator. This is the saddest part of free economy or capitalism which none can deny.

A few rich houses enjoy the rise in prices of commodities and consider them elevated and dignified when 95% of population suffer in agony and shortages when prices are left to market forces under free and liberal economy. Even government frames all policies keep ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 20 Feb '09 06:21 am

 
  
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Corruption. But after the election politicians go deep down into it.
Answered by Kamal, 19 Feb '09 09:45 am

 
  
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Inflation, Fall of Stock Market, Recession and how insulated we are, Fuel Prices, Nuke deal, Power supply issues, Agriculture vs. SEZ politics, Quota system in premiere institutes, Terrorism and Cross-border activities, Increase in Defense budget, Relative fall in education budget, Busting the BPO boom, Success in moon mission
There is no shortage of issues.
Answered by Parthapratim Chakravorty, 19 Feb '09 09:14 am

 
  
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