Is india really shining wid the present scenario...???
India is sixty + now..We started in 1947 from a well laid down public administration procedures & systems of English rulers.... that saved our Test & Trial time...We made tremendous progress in several spheres....We started in 1947 from 80% below Poverty Line, with 37 crores population, no food stock reserve, India produced one new Australia every year.. now population 105+ crores..Survival of the nation over the years itself is big story.. survival with Progress ..is shining scenario..
After 2000, when around 55 years of age, India has got the taste of Development, ..
new young generation has made impact on every aspect of polity-socio-economy and looking promising...
Vision 2020, with Youth's Energy,...
with variety of pressures and obstrucles....
Time longer, but ..we shall reach.....
Shining is depended on our choice between the folloing Two:-
(a) How much We demand from the Nation, ...more
Since India turned afree;
But minds and hearts of people
Stays in malady!
Not alls well with the nation;
Where is social justice?
And rampant is corruption,
Plaguing most sectors.
Some brethren poor are poorer;
Some leaders stay so rich;
And diseases are rife,
Making life black as pitch!
The politics is awful;
They waste a lot of sums;
The needs of poor are unmet;
So is the score at stumps!
Foreign exchange reserves are at over $103 billion.
The stockmarket is going through the roof.
Check out the mushrooming malls, improving telecom connectivity, booming industry.
A great monsoon last year has heralded greater growth.
The government has ambitious plans to link rivers, to build superhighways -- both concrete and wireless, criss-crossing the nation.
A South Asia Free Trade Agreement has been created.
Plus radical economic and strategic pacts with the United States, the European Union, and Southeast Asia.
There is no better time to be an Indian, declares Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
The nationwide media blitz -- India Shining -- would have us believe that we are now looking at a resurgent India, an economic and military powerhouse striding firmly towards its rightful place in the world.
But there are many who disagree.
Global corporations cite corruption, red tape, high inflation, poor laws and an in ...more
Corporate India is shining and the corporate economy is. But India isin't. It's getting darker as a matter of fact, especially the current paths we've taken...