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Ronit

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Ronit posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 22 2016

Indian education system needs revamp !

When US and China say India can take most of the jobs because of its education system i am not sure why everyone is after changing the education system
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 21 2016

2016 came with a lot of 'anti-liberal' decisions and policies! What exactly happened?

Sahil Khanna had posted

Liberals have a big problem in failing to have a discussion within liberal circles. Once a point of view is adopted, it becomes sacrilege to question it. And some of the


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

Its not just the liberalism but the flaws in capitalism as recently identified. Capital grows much faster than wages. This flaw is greatly amplified by globalisation and technological advancement. No one is seriously communicating realistic solutions of this problem to the people affected. Is it a wonder that they believe the simplistic solutions offered by Trump? At least he is acknowledging that there is a problem.
Its not just the liberalism but the flaws in capitalism as recently identified. Capital grows much faster than wages. This flaw is greatly amplified by globalisation and technological advancement. No one is seriously communicating realistic solutions of this problem to the people affected. Is it a w

Ronit started a new discussionDec, 21 2016

Indian Legal system should not be influenced by the Politicians, but the world is not ideal!

A study titled Jobs for Justice(s): Corruption in the Supreme Court of India, authored by Madhav Aney, Shubhankar Dam and Giovanni Ko and published in the Indian Statistical Institute three months ago, hints at a rather disturbing arrangement between judges and the government.

This conclusion that there exists a "trade-off" between judges and the ruling dispensation is based on findings of a "rigorous study" of all Supreme Court cases from 1999 to 2014 that involved the government.

Legal luminaries such as former Chief Justice of India RM Lodha and former Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising too have hinted at this problem. As has Finance Minister Arun Jaitley when he was not in power.


A study titled Jobs for Justice(s): Corruption in the Supreme Court of India, authored by Madhav Aney, Shubhankar Dam and Giovanni Ko and published in the Indian Statistical Institute three months ago, hints at a rather disturbing arrangement between judges and the government.This conclusion that th
Ronit posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 17 2016

Modi's plan of housing for all, should this be a reality?

Besides that, a visionary government will also ensure the development of infrastructure in the suburban regions, where large-volume, low-cost/affordable housing typically flourishes. The distinction is also important:affordable housing is typically targeted at low-mid income individuals in the formal sector: junior lawyers, accountants, receptionists and the like vs.low-cost housing is typically targeted at people in the informal sector, willing to live on the outskirts of a city and commute daily to work. A longterm solution will ensure the decentralization of business zones to areas more easily accessable to affordable housing, and viable connectivity to peripheral low-cost developments.
Besides that, a visionary government will also ensure the development of infrastructure in the suburban regions, where large-volume, low-cost/affordable housing typically flourishes. The distinction is also important:affordable housing is typically targeted at low-mid income individuals in the forma
Ronit posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 16 2016

Indian Adivasi: primitive or proud?

We all are adivasis as we are downstream of the human race of hunters, next hunters and gatherers. The section of people who shifted for agriculture and later developed industry is no way superior to the other section who stayed as hunters and gatherers. The recent industrialisation of last two and half century has done unrecoverable damage to the environment with predicted end of human race in few centuries only. If we want to survive the expected 60,000 years as human race on earth we have to adopt and go back to the sustainable adivasi way of life and develop the forest, reduce energy consumption, which appears now next to impossible!
We all are adivasis as we are downstream of the human race of hunters, next hunters and gatherers. The section of people who shifted for agriculture and later developed industry is no way superior to the other section who stayed as hunters and gatherers. The recent industrialisation of last two and
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 16 2016

Making voting compulsory might solve a lot of problems for us

Srishti Kapoor had posted

It is inconceivable to think that we are governed by political parties who are voted into power by such a small number of voters. I believe that it is the responsibility


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

Voting is a right in a democracy and should not be made compulsory. People exercise their right to vote by choosing the candidate they feel is the best for the job. If they choose not to vote then that IS their choice. If voting were to be mandatory, the main problem would be that it means that we are no longer in a free and democratic society. This would be one of the first steps on a long slippery slope towards a dictatorship.

Mandatory voting violates the freedom of choice. Even if it is implemented , it will lead to random voting and may lead to political instability. For instance, considering people having no knowledge about the politics going on in the country, they can't make a appropriate decision for which party to vote. In many areas of the country , people aren't aware of the policies and activities undertaken by parties.

Voting is a right in a democracy and should not be made compulsory. People exercise their right to vote by choosing the candidate they feel is the best for the job. If they choose not to vote then that IS their choice. If voting were to be mandatory, the main problem would be that it means that we a

Ronit posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 15 2016

I just came to my notice that Qatar had an ongoing modern day slavery till December 13! Shouldn't UN intervene in such matters?

TheKafala labour system are the set of certain labour rules of GCC countries for foreign workers in domestic & construction sectors. The system is inconsistent with modern labour laws and often criticise as modern slavery.It curtail the freedom rights of worker & allocate emense power to sponsors and employers to dictate employees at own terms & condition. This becomes source of human rights violation & labour exploitation, however sadly UN intervenes only in places where US feels it should
TheKafala labour system are the set of certain labour rules of GCC countries for foreign workers in domestic & construction sectors. The system is inconsistent with modern labour laws and often criticise as modern slavery.It curtail the freedom rights of worker & allocate emense power to spo
Ronit started a new discussionDec, 14 2016

State Courts have started crossing the line and forming their own rules!

Uttarakhand High Court bans liquor, tobacco in three Char Dham shrine districts



According to Article 47 of the Constitution, it is the duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and standard of living of the people and improve public health, and to prohibit the consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs. In general, courts refrain from enforcing Directive Principles, though some judicial decisions are based on combining their underlying goals with aspects of Fundamental Rights.

Uttarakhand High Court bans liquor, tobacco in three Char Dham shrine districts According to Article 47 of the Constitution, it is the duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and standard of living of the people and improve public health, and to prohibit the consumption of intoxicating dr
Ronit posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 09 2016

Both Modi and Trump look fascist to me, what are you views?

The subject for a discussion should have possibilities to argue for and against. The BJP even if it is a Hindu Party, it does not mean that it is a fascist Party. We have Saudi Arabia and Pakistan a Islamic Countries, but they are not fascist. In addition to this BJP is an elected Party and they will have to conduct an election when it is due. The opposition Parties could stop the functioning of the Parliament for days. Had the BJP been Fascist , it would not have been possible. India has a just secular judiciary, a non-political and disciplined Army and a Powerful Administrative cadre. Even if BJP has any such tendencies, they will not be able to make such things put into practice in India. The Army can not too take over the country, nor will they try it as in Pakistan. The discussion is forced and people will have to distort facts
The subject for a discussion should have possibilities to argue for and against. The BJP even if it is a Hindu Party, it does not mean that it is a fascist Party. We have Saudi Arabia and Pakistan a Islamic Countries, but they are not fascist. In addition to this BJP is an elected Party and they wil
Ronit agreed with an opinion onDec, 08 2016

Could there be a window of funding too for startups supporting Demonit...

Rohit pande had posted

And now imagine if there were incentivesAny person in any bank line would agree to support for some cash.



Ronit started a new discussionDec, 08 2016

Is AIADMK really incentivising people to attempt self-immolation and commit suicide? Why are we letting this happen?

The AIADMK party on Wednesday revealed that as many as 77 people have died of grief and shock over the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's illness and death. Releasing the list of dead persons, the party announced compensation of ₹3 lakh to their families as relief. AIADMK also announced ₹50,000 compensation for any party worker who had attempted self-immolation.

The AIADMK party on Wednesday revealed that as many as 77 people have died of grief and shock over the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's illness and death. Releasing the list of dead persons, the party announced compensation of ₹3 lakh to their families as relief. AIADMK also announced ₹50,00
Ronit started a new discussionDec, 07 2016

Why is it that Schools curriculum does not contain aptitude and critical thinking?


Schools have become ever more captivated by the idea that students must learn a set of generalised thinking skills to flourish in the contemporary world and especially in the contemporary job market. Critical thinking aims to equip students with a set of general problem solving approaches that can be applied to any given domain; these are lauded by business leaders as an essential set of dispositions.
Schools have become ever more captivated by the idea that students must learn a set of generalised thinking skills to flourish in the contemporary world and especially in the contemporary job market. Critical thinking aims to equip students with a set of general problem solving approaches that can b
Ronit agreed with an opinion onDec, 06 2016

Despite a known fact about Pakistans military interference in India, why isn't India backing away from Indus Water Treaty?


If I relate our government’s diplomatic move that is 1st provoking Pakistani people to ask about their rights, and then taking a small step of creating some problem for



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 05 2016

80% of 309 exits since 2014 were writedown / acquihires!

Rohit pande had posted

In this sense, isn't the startup ecosystem mirroring the politics of the nation. Rhetoric over reason. Illusions over as-is picture. Superstars and their bhakts over regu


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

Hasn't it always been like that? Irrespective of the purpose superstars and their bhakts are always given credibility and ego boost

Ronit started a new discussionDec, 05 2016

Why isn't farmers income taxable?


If the farmer is making large cash deposits derived from non-farm sources but masked as farm income shouldnt it be rechecked? Will the partial demonetisation and consequent scrutiny of high value bank deposits bring the Indian farmer under the tax net?

So far, successive governments have resisted any move to tax farmer’s income. But all this should change

If the farmer is making large cash deposits derived from non-farm sources but masked as farm income shouldnt it be rechecked? Will the partial demonetisation and consequent scrutiny of high value bank deposits bring the Indian farmer under the tax net?So far, successive governments have resisted any
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 04 2016

Reward of Rs. 10 lakh to first cashless village, but how can there be a cashless village without Governments Infrastructure?


The purpose of demonetisation was to eradicate Black Money and Corruption, not to create, hence how a state government is offering public money for just following governm


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

Considering that a third of Americans dont own a credit card, how do you define a cashless transaction economy? India is a unique country where people who cant read use smartphones and satellite data for farming. We will have our own definition of cashless economy and our usage of technology for transactions will determine how the rest of the world conducts business 10 years from now.
Considering that a third of Americans dont own a credit card, how do you define a cashless transaction economy? India is a unique country where people who cant read use smartphones and satellite data for farming. We will have our own definition of cashless economy and our usage of technology for tra

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 02 2016

Surgical strikes on gold is not the best idea

Sonika abrol had posted

The country is on the threshold of fast emerging Economy ,A Strong, Vibrant & Developed India. Today P.M. Modi has made the world feel and recognize the presence of I


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

Intentions may be good deserving full support , but middle class& lower strata should not be subjected to any inconvenience & troubles by Govt/banks & income tax, as super rich always find innovative ways to escape the tax net.Govt has to exercise caution not to antagonist the common men who firms 80% of population

Intentions may be good deserving full support , but middle class& lower strata should not be subjected to any inconvenience & troubles by Govt/banks & income tax, as super rich always find innovative ways to escape the tax net.Govt has to exercise caution not to antagonist the common men

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 01 2016

Patriotism can never be inculcated by forcing orders like compulsory National Anthem on citizens


As enshrined in form of fundamental duty, Article 51(A) says that “it shall be the duty of every citizen of India — (a) to abide by the Constitution and respect the i


Ronit People with knowledge are celebrities

It is in consonance with the Articles of the Fundamental duty where constitution provision say, Duty of citizen to respect the national honours. Where citizen seek rights from government , it's duty to abide his duty towards state. Respect or honour is subjected to the internal, it comes direct form heart. It's useless to enforce. so, to respect is national anthem is indeed good thing but it's better if government makes the nation better and citizen take proud of it and voluntarily respect the national anthem.
It is in consonance with the Articles of the Fundamental duty where constitution provision say, Duty of citizen to respect the national honours. Where citizen seek rights from government , it's duty to abide his duty towards state. Respect or honour is subjected to the internal, it comes direct form

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