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Every one says looking at the country's 61st Independence day celebrations, that it is time to pay back to the country. Dont you think that it can be done through bringing social awareness against corruption, population growth, literacy, communalism, terrorism, social security, energy, health and infrastructure? what is your view?

Asked by Vaidyanathan Trichur, 15 Aug '08 11:48 am
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The fault in India is neo liberalization. If this was Singapore or China, and we had the social DNA of the Singaporeans or the Chinese, I'd support neo liberalization.

The implementation of a "hands free" or "regulation free market society" requires a highly evolved social DNA and the firm understanding & a strong feeling of egalitarianism & nationalism, even the innovator of Capitalism (Adam Smith) said that.

TO cut thru the theory and get to the practicals, when Lee Kwon Yew in Singapore & Deng Xiaoping in China respectively liberalized the economy, for instance, the private players in the health industry responded MASSIVELY starting a lot of "family doctor" PHCs. The PHC network in both Singapore & China mushroomed, and in time, the successful private PHCs merged and formed large hospitals. And the other PHCs merged and formed speciality clinics.

In India, the scenario is different, the instant liberalization is instit ...more
Answered by A Moin, 15 Aug '08 01:22 pm

 
  
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Please accept my HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY greetings on the eve of 15 Aug08, with below thought by Mr.Marston.



Celebrate freedom
Freedom is the great enabler of opportunity. When you are free to act in accordance with your most treasured values and interests, anything you can imagine is possible.



Essential to freedom is responsibility. It is by accepting and exercising full responsibility over every aspect of your life that you become truly free to live and fulfill your own unique vision.



Freedom carries with it great power. Responsibility keeps that power focused in a positive and productive direction.



Freedom, lovingly tempered with responsibility, has produced many great and wonderful things. Even more wonderful is the fact that freedom's best rewards are yet to come.



For in freedom there is endless promise. With freedom, the possibilities for goodness and fulfillment are always growing more abundant.



Celebrate freedom and, more impor ...more
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 15 Aug '08 11:48 am

 
  
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Let's simply payback what we have received
Answered by Ananta Khakhlary, 15 Aug '08 12:23 pm

 
  
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Even after 61 years we are still not have good governance we have corrupted berucracy , communal politics No roads in villages ,No health facilities lakhs of women , kids dies due to lack of facilities available to a common man You say say we should pay back Ever seen people living in remote areas where still the Independence celebration is not known bcause they never come outside there basics problems even after 61 yrs governments unable to provide sanitation facilities still today people are going to feilds ,its really disgusting system and poor governence and lack of futuristic thinking which can take India to 2020
Answered by gagan deep singh, 15 Aug '08 12:47 pm

 
  
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