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Will India become an economic super power soon?. If so what are reasons?

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Asked by George Mathew, 25 Apr '08 09:24 pm
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1.

Can become a economic power ..becuase of her :
a Young and vibrant population
b) Educated and on the move people
c Hardworking and ambitious
d) Loosening of government control
e) Head start in many of the sectors
f) Flow of FDIs and investment like never before
BUT remember there's many a slip tween the cup and the lip!!!
Answered by joyoti sen, 25 Apr '08 09:47 pm

 
  
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no it is not easy
Answered by pravesh kumar, 25 Apr '08 09:25 pm

 
  
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It is due to economic strength
unity in diversity.
high level of litreacy
strong man power
improvement in IT
Answered by , 25 Apr '08 10:05 pm

 
  
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with the ever increasing inflation the dream of being economic super power will remain a dream forever
Answered by mahesh barot, 25 Apr '08 09:39 pm

 
  
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oneday it will become superpower and next day it will become most superpower
Answered by neo, 25 Apr '08 09:26 pm

 
  
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India is somewhat like a bantam weight body trying to lift 400 lbs.

If "economic growth & prosperity" can be compared to "total mass" then you can look into the "lifter" as the person & the industrial growth rates at present- as the weights.

In a practical sense, to your answer- no & not with this current economic system & party politics. But we will have political parties w/ larger coffers on the flipside ;)

Anyway, on the econ- system & the comparison in the intro to my post, just look at Southern States & electricity.

I don't want to sound like I am bad mouthing certain States as a "Red Kerala nationalist" so I'll refrain from names- but certain "regional manufacturing hubs" surely have Hyundai, Ford, Nokia, Dell, and a bunch of other MNC j/w (jobwork) units set up, but nevertheless they are terrible 3-4 hour daily brownouts DAILY these past 2 yrs.

No point to blame the State Go ...more
Answered by A Moin, 26 Apr '08 04:15 am

 
  
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I am pessimistic in the first part of your question. But I am optimistic in the second part of your question as "some" progress is visible in knowledge, science and engineering sectors. Substantial progress is warrented in controlling population and corruption control measures.
Answered by Ramasamy Nehru, 25 Apr '08 09:30 pm

 
  
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Because of man power it is possible
Answered by Vilas Pardhe, 26 Apr '08 08:41 am

 
  
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