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It has been 65 years since India won its independence from the British. A lot has changed in these years.4rm d silent films 2d musical blockbusters, from the patriotism to the capitalism, from joint families to nuclear families, India has grown and changed. But with the growing population of the country, the problems also grow manifold.On one hand Incredible India promises economic prosperity, greater opportunities, better infrastructure etc. But on the other hand, our government and citizens constantly fight battles against poverty, illiteracy, gender bias and many such social evil....urvws

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Asked by Farhaan, 15 Aug '12 12:41 pm
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The rise of poverty remained the same. A larger section of the society could not take the benefit of the Growth and Equal opportunity. After Liberalisation and then Globalisation has reduced the growth in fewer hands and the larger population remained at the receiving end.

Though there have been lots of technological advancement but at the cost of Human Development. Population is rising so as Technologies who have substituted Human Resources.

Social Values and Moralality have been reduced in the Wake of Liberalisation and further there is more inequalities amongst Gender and Classes.

When Economy Rules Life, then Virtues Falls.. But the sustainablity and the continuity of the Society dependes on the Virtue Development and Economy follows automatically.
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 15 Aug '12 01:42 pm

 
  
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Full of corruption,scams,looters, mis use of cbi, criminalisation of politics, poverty,ignorance,disease, lack of basic facilities and increasing gap between poors and richers
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 15 Aug '12 12:44 pm

 
  
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We still have a lot of work to do
Answered by Kalpana Roy, 15 Aug '12 12:42 pm

 
  
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These are called problems of plenty. the population is growing at faster rate than infrastrucure and other products required for such a huge population
Answered by iqbal seth, 15 Aug '12 12:44 pm

 
  
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