Have you ever assessed our draw backs in progressing our country? even after 60 years we are not progressing upto a mark.
Yet in his speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi ON 15th august, Manmohan Singh bravely reminded his audience of where India had failed to live up to the dreams of its founding father, Mahatma Gandhi.
Two generations after the Union flag was finally lowered.
(1) Nearly half the population of 1.1 billion is living in grinding poverty, and about a third is illiterate.
(2)The infrastructure is so decrepit that the lights can go out in Bombay,
(3)The bureaucracy so incompetent that the spectre of polio has emerged once again.
(4)Dazzled by India's technological and entrepreneurial flair, the world has failed to appreciate how much of the country remains a basket case.
(5) Economic growth of eight per cent over the past decade, a burgeoning middle class and a dynamic private sector have merely accentuated the divide between rich and poor.
(6) The ke ...more
Another thing is we also lack discipline , even in our homes. How many of us follow a daily time -table or routine strictly ??
That is why even in the workplace projects are delayed , no one is accountable for TIME lost because we are not used to sticking to a schedule even at home!!
I'll give you an example .. Do you know that all over Western Europe no one eats lunch at work? They only have working light meal. Then all of them head home by 6:30 pm. - as per their strict labour laws no employer can force an employee to work more than 35 hours a week - and then immediately have dinner. After that begins socialising or anything similar and bed time is strict 10 -10:30 pm on weekdays. Before sleeping every European has a light snack of crackers or soup. I know it because when I was studying German these are a few things I had learnt about about Europeans from Germans, French and Swedish people. Such ...more