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According to u Dr. Singh is a successfull PM? What do u say re. tremendous and record inflation in last sixty yrs?Do u think the last mandate was in favour of Dr. Singh to become PM?Do u think a failure PM can take the decission of 123 like imp. deal?Dont u think that Dr. Singh shd resign immediately??

Asked by chinmoy chatterjee, 20 Aug '07 03:13 pm
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He is an economist and knows only how to manipulate figures and percentage of growth rate and inflation. If he is not in a position to take his own decision suite his conscious, it is better he resigns than adjusting with politicians.
Answered by ulhas dabholkar, 03 Apr '10 10:39 am

 
  
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He should have taken this decision in the interest of the country
first time i am feeling in this times upa rule that we r having a single and confident PM capable of taking decisions. he should not resign at least on this nuclear matter.
Answered by deepak bansal, 20 Aug '07 03:30 pm

 
  
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He is good
Answered by M P, 20 Aug '07 03:26 pm

 
  
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He should not have taken this decision since he is heading a coalition government .Thes e are taken when there is full majority of his party and there is likely endorsement.Singh wont resign as politician have no ego.He is a good economist but not good admnistrator .He is a weak pm country has produced so far.
Answered by Varinder Talwar, 20 Aug '07 03:20 pm

 
  
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If Dr. Singh cannot meet 50% of power generation targets (Source: CEA) due to lack of land ($ 28 B dollars of funds are ready: Bloomberg) where will he get land for nuclear power plants? On race course road?

If we are indeed being treated equally, how come the US does not wish us to be a part of the NSG. Afterall, if we are to part of the non-proliferation effort, being part of NSG would be ideal. Also, being part of NSG will prevent the NSG being used as a tool to blackmail India.

I hear so many people talking about our great PM. Can anybody list out 5 great policy decisions of this PM during the last 5 years with data on resultant impact on Indian society (Direct or Indirect).

As far as I can see, the RTI is the most significant achievemnt of this Govt.

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Answered by Chandra SK, 20 Aug '07 03:17 pm

 
  
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