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India

Discuss everything that is happening in India or is related to India

ramya , Jul, 28 2016

Irrespective of what people say, India Is Shinning


This may offer a contrarian view to a compelling 'India Shining' narrative. A substantially higher number of Indian employees, if given an opportunity, will take the next flight to NYC than land a posting in NCR. And the lure of an overseas job has grown over the last five years despite the global slowdown and India growing in stature as an emerging market.
This may offer a contrarian view to a compelling 'India Shining' narrative. A substantially higher number of Indian employees, if given an opportunity, will take the next flight to NYC than land a posting in NCR. And the lure of an overseas job has grown over the last five years despite the global slowdown and India growing in stature as an emerging market.

Akshita Sharma , Jul, 28 2016


This discussion is sector dependant as the commercial and business sector is facing a revolution with the influx of new ventures after the launch of the start up india stand up india campaign, although the overall flourishing of the sector would depend on the contributions by them in creating new innovation and creating more jobs by expansion. It has also attracted a lot of investment in the form of seed investment, venture capital, angel investment. In case of research and technological advancements, ISRO is arching towards omnipotency with back to back launches of novel projects, be it IRNSS, mangalyaan mission or setting up of its own LIGO centre with foreign help. Banking, though facing with devastatingly active accumulation of debt write-offs in the public sector, is on the well-tracked Odyssey of financial inclusive by giving licenses for setting up new payment and small banks. (Kudos to Rajan) Like the pros. we are also facing a scorching debate about agriculture sector where production is more but productivity is still challenging. Ofcourse the blame is all on the disheartening monsoon of the last 2 years but to some extent the blame-sharing is also upon the govt. for lacking in successfully dessiminating the new schemes and policies to those more-than-57%-agrarian-Indian population. In the end , it can be assured that India IS shining but it also has the potential to gloom even brighter by tabling in more reforms for the primary sector so as to increase the national and per-capita income. Nevertheless, challenges against an aspiring nation could nothing be more than a gulp of tea.
This discussion is sector dependant as the commercial and business sector is facing a revolution with the influx of new ventures after the launch of the start up india stand up india campaign, although the overall flourishing of the sector would depend on the contributions by them in creating new in


Dilip Bisoi , Jul, 28 2016


India is the fastest growing major economy, outpaced China of late. Employment is getting generated at rapid pace. Wages and Income are growing as evident from the growing consumer expenditure. In fact, India has been termed as the bright spot in global slowdown by the IMF. Joint Review report of Millennium Development Goals showed significant improvement in poverty and nutrition status along with better health indicators in terms of IMR and MMR ratios. Gross enrolment ratio has reached about 100% at primary level. World Bank report pegged below poverty line population at about 13%. Death from Malaria and other vaccine preventable diseases have been checked. India has also reinvented its leadership role under the present government on world stage. It is actively pursuing for a permanent seat in the United Nation Security Council and membership in multilateral export control regimes like NSG and MTCR. Bilateral and Multilateral relations are on high. Though regional reconciliation in Indian sub-continent especially within SAARC nations is yet to be realised. We are at a juncture when its demographic window is offering vast opportunities in terms of its young working age population. In 2020 the average age of India would be 29 years, which implies its productivity will rise in coming decades. To utilise this opportunity programmes like Digital India, Make In India and Skill India are rightly taken up with holistic approach.
India is the fastest growing major economy, outpaced China of late. Employment is getting generated at rapid pace. Wages and Income are growing as evident from the growing consumer expenditure. In fact, India has been termed as the bright spot in global slowdown by the IMF. Joint Review report of Mi


Adarsh , Jul, 28 2016


India post LPG era has shown remarkable growth this has resulted in many observers remarking india as the next big super power. Indian GDP currently shows a ressiliant growth of 7.5% amidst the global show down making it the only bright spot in the world, it is the third largest economy and major global player.India has done a commendeble improvement in reducing poverty and its service pharmecutical and agricultural sector has played a major role globally comanding a large share of exports. In this perspective India is truly shining. But the rapid growth rate has not trickle down to the lower strata of the society. Still around 30% of its people are in poverty, high MMR and IMR even compared to our neighbours, high unemployment rate, rural distress causing farmer suicides, inadequate infrastructure are major reasons which holds back India to be accorded the status of a global super power India in its right has done brilliantly on many aspects especialy in economy wise by which people look optimisticaly towards it but the poor social indicators is a cause of concern. India eventhough is shining its true potential to shine even brighter still lies in improving the social indicators of the people and only then it can be accorded the status of a true global power
India post LPG era has shown remarkable growth this has resulted in many observers remarking india as the next big super power. Indian GDP currently shows a ressiliant growth of 7.5% amidst the global show down making it the only bright spot in the world, it is the third largest economy and major g


Sukirti Singh , Jul, 28 2016


No, India is not shining. The Economic growth as government is boasting to achieve doesnt show the true picture. The base year is taken as 2005 which is not realistic. Further, only the economic growth rate doesnt stand the country on the better front of employment or financial soundness. Indias growth may have surpassed the China but Chinese yuan is ultimately got the SDR through IMF. India is far behind in almost all the fronts. It is even behind from Pakistan, Afganistan and some African countries at GHI Index. India gained its position on corruption and overall social life still stagnated at the level of last decade. Intolerance level has increased and discrimination against suppressed or backward class on rising curve. We have even lost the grip on our neighbours faith and cooperation. Indias relation with Afganistan, Srilanka and Nepal is better applauded example. India has turned from statemanship to salesmanship and has lost its diplomatic legacy of 1960-70s. We have a vast number of unskilled people. The ratio of skilled people is around 3-4% of requirement against more than 90% in china and Singapore. Thus, India is yet to shine. Its time better to correct ourselves first, then we can only proud to be shining.
No, India is not shining. The Economic growth as government is boasting to achieve doesnt show the true picture. The base year is taken as 2005 which is not realistic. Further, only the economic growth rate doesnt stand the country on the better front of employment or financial soundness. Indias gro