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Suhani Singh

Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and my Preciouss is Knowledge

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Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 16 2016

Is GDP a true indicator of growth or does it reflect development?

IMO all these national statistics figures like GDPs etc. are not very helpful in the age of globalisation, growing populations and diminishing resources. The less economically successful nations/countries are trying to compete with the more successful ruining the planet and lives of countless unimportant for this competition people. The global development becomes a rat race. To brake the vicious circle, this crazy capitalist competition must be stopped and replaced by some kind of co-operation. Then the same national statistics can be used in a reversed manner. The countries with the largest GDPs per capita etc. should not be awarded, encouraged or competed with but economically and politically punished as the biggest robbers of the world. So that the only way the already successful nations can improve their own living standards would be by improving the living standards of the rest of the world, by sharing the technologies etc.
IMO all these national statistics figures like GDPs etc. are not very helpful in the age of globalisation, growing populations and diminishing resources. The less economically successful nations/countries are trying to compete with the more successful ruining the planet and lives of countless unimpo
Suhani Singh agreed with a discussionDec, 16 2016

Indian Adivasi: primitive or proud?


I just came back from Andamans and one thing is troubling my mind constantly. The Jarawa Tribe is not supposed to interact with the outside world, no education is given to them by saying they cannot adapt to this. I personally feel all this is just a way to say let us have a speciality of saying we have tribals in our area and are being used as tourist spot. They too need to be educated and informed and need to have basic and important amenities!
I just came back from Andamans and one thing is troubling my mind constantly. The Jarawa Tribe is not supposed to interact with the outside world, no education is given to them by saying they cannot adapt to this. I personally feel all this is just a way to say let us have a speciality of saying we
Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 15 2016

What should be done to curtail China's aggressive expansion?

There are two core issues which drive foreign provocations under Xi's government. First, looking at his policies from the standpoint of intra party factionalism, Quite frankly, Xi himself is NOT popular with the PLA. He's the leading figure in a faction of the CCP which seeks to curb the corruption and ridiculous abuse of authority. His initiatives and campaigns span the whole party, but the PLA's leadership represents a concentration of the sort of behaviour he is attempting to reign in and they therefore intensely dislike him. This is compounded by the fact that his faction has its roots in the relatively prosperous and well educated urban classes and its leaders are mostly descendants of former Party high-ups, which means that the mostly dirt poor, rural enlisted personnel and NCO's of the PLA also dislike him and his faction.

Thus, the PLA represents the only center of power in the Party with the strength and cohesiveness to upend his reform agenda, or, if the generals sense that he poses an existential threat to them and their privilege, to go beyond channels and remove or sideline him entirely. His pandering to nationalist sentiments in his foreign policy is at least in part driven by his need to keep the allegiance of the army's low- and mid-ranking personnel, who are generally poorly or moderately educated and thus rabidly nationalist. If he can keep them onboard, he can thwart any attempts by the PLA leadership to scuttle his anti-corruption drives or threaten his own person and leadership, making them fear that their sword will turn in their hand if they strike a blow with it.

Secondly, from a broader societal standpoint: Chinese economic growth over the last 30 years has provided sufficient bread and circuses to most of the urban population to keep them onboard with the program. In short, the current Chinese social contract with the urban populace reads, you get a continually higher standard of living, and we keep political control. This is no longer sustainable in the cities as economic growth starts to slow and the massive inequalities and structural flaws which arose in those 30 years become apparent.

(http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/11/chinas-dangerous-game/380789)

There are two core issues which drive foreign provocations under Xi's government. First, looking at his policies from the standpoint of intra party factionalism, Quite frankly, Xi himself is NOT popular with the PLA. He's the leading figure in a faction of the CCP which seeks to curb the corruption
Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 14 2016

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

Guidelines have been given the colour of judicial overreach when seen from the perspective of Cancellation of Spectrum allocation licenses of foreign countries. Such hampered our foreign relations. The environmental decisions of banning the 10year old taxis in National capital, reserving the seats for superrich at five times prices of tickets are cases to point of judicial overreach. Special leave petitions are also case to point and Cavery water decision delayed is one instance of it. A careful balance of discretionary power is need of hour. Using SLP via a preliminary admitting board, technical nature of decisions implementation as seen via environment need be considered. Article 50 guarantees Separation of powers and such needs to be adhered to.
Guidelines have been given the colour of judicial overreach when seen from the perspective of Cancellation of Spectrum allocation licenses of foreign countries. Such hampered our foreign relations. The environmental decisions of banning the 10year old taxis in National capital, reserving the seats f
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 14 2016

Stories, such as moral stories have the power to shape mankind’s destiny!

Galorian had posted

Sure, Morals are defined by society, nonetheless there are Universal Morals which are beyond time, space and species.


Suhani Singh Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and

Can you give us an example for this? And if they are universal how does moral stories help us here?

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 14 2016

People in Aleppo are being massacred, are we sure the fight is against ISIS?


Why are these rebels heroes, the government forces are committing all the atrocities and nowhere is there any coverage of the rejoicing in the streets as the army takes o


Suhani Singh Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and

I am shocked at how many articles and reports are given in such a depressive tone as if they wanted the so called rebels and jihadists to win! The amount of fake unverified tweets being aired as the absolute truth of the horrors the big bad "regime" are carrying out. There's been footage of civilians celebrating in the streets now that they are free from the rebels, but this gets spun around with the media saying these people have to act happy or they will be disappeared. Not everyone has been willing to blindly swallow what's been spoon fed to us
I am shocked at how many articles and reports are given in such a depressive tone as if they wanted the so called rebels and jihadists to win! The amount of fake unverified tweets being aired as the absolute truth of the horrors the big bad "regime" are carrying out. There's been footage of civilia

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 13 2016

Buddhist monks are mercilessly killing Muslims in Myanmar, is Buddhism a religion of peace?

Harish Narang had posted

No mainstream religion advocates any type of hatred, animosity, or violence towards any group of people. The same way you feel when you hear the words buddhist and terror


Suhani Singh Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and

It is common that international communities put attention into persecuted Rohingya minorities in Myanmar due to the plight they face. As human beings, they deserve better status and condition. But, according to local people, this issue is not this simple. It is mixture of ethnic politics, illegal immigration and corruption, marriage culture and population rate, domination of economy, and sovereignty of ethnic state. Local Arakan people expressed deep concern about rapid population rate of Rohingya and growing economic domination. This issue is complex and situation is delicate. International communities need to be careful to address this and make sure all necessary voices are heard
It is common that international communities put attention into persecuted Rohingya minorities in Myanmar due to the plight they face. As human beings, they deserve better status and condition. But, according to local people, this issue is not this simple. It is mixture of ethnic politics, illegal im

Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 03 2016

India is losing is use core cultural value of asking questions.

Quoras audience is majorly India! Isn't that a good enough proof to oppose this?

Yes the audience is small in % if thats what you mean, however it has always been like that, its not loosing, it probably never had one!

Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 26 2016

Manmohan has lost all his economist credibility post his speech against demonetisation

These are some hard hitting facts for you all, households, according to Vyas, will bear 12 per cent of the entire cost of demonetisation, largely in loss of wages, during the 50-day period while banks will suffer “overheads and operational costs in terms of recalibrating ATMs”. As per his estimates, banks would bear a cost of Rs 351 billion during this stipulated period
Enterprise sector stands to suffer the most out of this exercise, which is aimed at rooting out the menace of black money, as it is projected to lose Rs 615 billion or 48 per cent of the total transaction cost during this period.
The study also paints a grim picture for the government and the Reserve Bank of India. “The government and RBI are estimated to bear a cost of Rs.168 billion. This is largely because of printing of new currency and transportation of new currency to bank branches, ATMs and post offices,” he said. Though welcomed by many across the country, the government’s decision to demonetise higher currencies has left many in the lurch and utter state of confusion. The study also warned the impact of the rudimentary step could impact the economy over a longer period.

These are some hard hitting facts for you all, households, according to Vyas, will bear 12 per cent of the entire cost of demonetisation, largely in loss of wages, during the 50-day period while banks will suffer “overheads and operational costs in terms of recalibrating ATMs”. As per his estima
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 21 2016

286: Number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan post surgical strike and we are still silent


Kill our trade ties, that should actually help.


Suhani Singh Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and

Pakistan account for less than 1% of our total trade, but they are a cash cow. The trade balance between India and Pakistan is extremely in favor of India, and has been for several years. Aside from this, the imbalance has slowly and steadily been rotting the core of some traditionally strong industries in Pakistan (like Agriculture) and has been stunting the growth of other industries (like automobiles). If the trade continues the way it is, over the next few years, given Pakistan's own problems, India will cripple their abilities to export, cause further crumbling of their economy, and eventually, you can break them while at the same time making more money for the Indian economy (as their exports, which are small in number, but will keep getting cheaper, we will be able to import cheaper products and thus not have to worry about our weakening trade deficits against our bigger export partners). So essentially, without the intention to hurt anyone's feelings, we can beat them to a pulp without going to war!

Pakistan account for less than 1% of our total trade, but they are a cash cow. The trade balance between India and Pakistan is extremely in favor of India, and has been for several years. Aside from this, the imbalance has slowly and steadily been rotting the core of some traditionally strong indust

Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 21 2016

Why its unfair to always fall for people who are fair

I am glad that more people are talking about it and making others more aware. Indian film industry is famous for preferring fair actors more than the darker shade. Darker ones are discriminated, or rather say not

being appreciated by the public. Bollywood is infamous outside india for this reason. Our south Indian film industry is much more peculiar. Here the actresses are not only fair but rather milky white with non regional and non representative features, while the actors are representative of the region. This disparity is bizarre. The proliferation of fairness creams with big film stars endorsing the ads proliferates this. The fairness cream industry runs in billions. Even the males are now using it a lot.


Even the foreign visitors from the west tell about them being treated as celebrities only due to their white skin and people showering

praises for their skin. People gather around white girls just for the sake of selfies. Watch travel vlogs of foreigners visiting india and their comments on it.

I am glad that more people are talking about it and making others more aware. Indian film industry is famous for preferring fair actors more than the darker shade. Darker ones are discriminated, or rather say notbeing appreciated by the public. Bollywood is infamous outside india for this reason. Ou
Suhani Singh started a new discussionNov, 21 2016

Why aren't IT firms like TCS/Wipro/Infosys moving into the Tech-Startup space as Tata Sons is?

Tata has extensively funded a lot of startups in the recent past and is also planning to launch a startup incubator and is currently laying out the blueprint for the same. 


However we have not heard any investments or interest of TCS/Wipro/Infosys in this domain. Though these giants understand tech better than any but what is stopping them/ what will make them, come into this space?

Tata has extensively funded a lot of startups in the recent past and is also planning to launch a startup incubator and is currently laying out the blueprint for the same. However we have not heard any investments or interest of TCS/Wipro/Infosys in this domain. Though these giants understand t
Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 16 2016

Every Nation is starting and rightly should care for their own first. Thats the reason behind Trump and Brexit

Democratization of political organization ,modern political institutions like parliament and state assemblies ,PRIs,Judiciary etc, introduction of civic values like equality ,fraternity,freedom,right to vote,universalization of politics,promotion to different groups in politics etc are the positive impacts but at the same time negative aspects like inequal gender representation ,lack of promotion of different groups,dynastic succession in politics ,caste and class based politics ,lack of internal democracy in political parties etc
Thus we can conclude that globalization has both integrative and disintegrative features. One side it integrate economy of a nation with the world but on the other side it disintegrate society through the processes likemigration,exclusion,exploitation,disagreements ,conflicts of interests and ideologies etc.

Democratization of political organization ,modern political institutions like parliament and state assemblies ,PRIs,Judiciary etc, introduction of civic values like equality ,fraternity,freedom,right to vote,universalization of politics,promotion to different groups in politics etc are the positive
Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 15 2016

A true poll of the shifting national mood

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A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 07 2016

The Expansion of Sinosphere

Ritesh Aggarwal had posted

Over the last decade the world has seen more of America’s soft power than its military power in regards to its national security policy vis a vis Russia, China, North K


Suhani Singh Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and

Of the 9 largest tech companies in the world, 8 are based in the U.S. Give the growing importance of the technology sector, that’s a big deal. For decades America worried about energy dependency, yet today America is the world’s No. 1 producer of oil and natural gas, in large part due to the development of hydraulic fracturing, a product of public research and private energy. America’s research universities and scientific institutions are best in class, allowing the nation to focus its ingenuity where it’s needed most. And America is spending the money to keep its comparative advantage intact: 30% of all research and development dollars are spent in the U.S.

Of the 9 largest tech companies in the world, 8 are based in the U.S. Give the growing importance of the technology sector, that’s a big deal. For decades America worried about energy dependency, yet today America is the world’s No. 1 producer of oil and natural gas, in large part due to the dev

Suhani Singh posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 02 2016

Urbanisation or Agriculture, what do you feel should be the target focus?

Since independent india has been trying to minimise its poverty ridden population yet,around 22% population still in poverty.however majority live in rural areas with agriculture as their main occupation. so in my opinion agricutural development could aid in minimising poverty and growth simultaneously if incentives should be given to promote forward linkages, casual and forced labours should be mobilised in farm processing industries, development of climate resilient technology.

Since independent india has been trying to minimise its poverty ridden population yet,around 22% population still in poverty.however majority live in rural areas with agriculture as their main occupation. so in my opinion agricutural development could aid in minimising poverty and growth simultaneou
Suhani Singh disagreed with a discussionOct, 27 2016

आज की आवाज

छत्तीसगढ़ में जगदलपुर कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी के औफिस पर हुये हमले की पुरजोर निन्दा करते हुए... जागो देशवासियों जागो, ये संघी लोग अपने देश के कानून, संविधान सभी को तहस नहस कर अपनी चाहतों - उद्देश्यों का हीं नियम - कानून बना रहे हैं। इनकी हीं सरकार है इनकी हीं कानून व्यवस्था फिर भी ऐसा उत्पात क्यों मचाते हैं ? इस सरकारी पार्टी को अपनी हीं सरकार और कानून व्यवस्था पर इन्हें कहां विश्वास है? या फिर यह तोड़- फोड़ करने का अधिकार इन्हे किसने दिया? ये कैसी संस्कृति है? ये कैसे राम भक्त हैं? ये कैसे देशभक्त हैं ? यह हर बार जाहिर हुआ है कि ये इंशान को आतताई, बहसी, अवैज्ञानिक और अमानवीय बनाकर केवल तोड़- फोड़, मार - काट और दंगा- फसाद हीं मचाये हैं। अहिंसा के पुजारी और आजादी आंदोलन के महान नेता गांधी, गणेशशंकर विद्यार्थी, कम्युनिस्ट नेता कृष्णा देशाई, गोविंद पान्सरे, वुद्धिवादी - तर्कवादी नरेंद्र दाभोलकर, एम. एम. कलबुर्गी, विश्वविद्यालय शिक्षक सबरवाल आदि सैंकड़ों महत्वपूर्ण लोगों की हत्या, मश्जीद तोडना, गुजरात - मुजफ्फरनगर आदि सैंकड़ों दंगे करवाना, HCU - JNU - ECU- PCU - IIT जैसे विश्वविद्यालयों पर हमला करना, रोहित वेमूला, अखलाक, मिन्हाज आदि सैंकड़ों दलित- अल्पसंख्यक नौजवानों की हत्या करवाना आदि हीं तो इनका काम रहा है। इनमें और ईसलामी फिरकापरस्त - दहसतगर्द ताकतों में कहाँ कोई अंतर है। और जब से इनकी विभिन्न राज्यों एवं देश में सरकार बनी है तब से इनके नजर में अब तो इनकी हीं कानून है, इनकी हीं न्यायालय है, ये हीं पुलिस हैं और ये जो चाहें सो कर सकते हैं। तब हीं हम कह रहे हैं सावधान देश, देश का संविधान, देश की हरेक जनता चाहे वह दलित हो, गैर दलित हो, अल्पसंख्यक हो, आदिवासी हो, महिला हो, छात्र हो, नौजवान हो सभी का स्वतंत्र सोच, व्यवहार, चाहत, जरुरतें, मांगे, अधिकार सब खतरे मे है और आप जब इनके सोच और व्यवहार से असहमति रखते हैैं तो आपको देशद्रोही घोषित कर, आपको मारना, जला देना इनका अधिकार हो गया है। देशवासियों जागो, हम इनके कानून को नहीं मानते। हम अपने देश के संविधान और अपने देश के गौरवशाली संघर्ष और उपलब्धियों की परंपरा को मानते हैं जो हमें अन्याय के खिलाफ लडने की प्रेरणा देती है। इसलिए अपने देश को बचाने के लिए आगे बढें और वैसी विध्वंसक विचारधारा और संगठनों के खातमें का संखनाद करें।
छत्तीसगढ़ में जगदलपुर कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी के औफिस पर हुये हमले की पुरजोर निन्दा करते हुए... जागो देशवासियों जागो, ये स
Suhani Singh started a new discussionOct, 27 2016

What did Mr. Naveen Jindal do in 5 years that his assets increased by over 120 Cr

Not to pin point anything but I was just going through some of the influential MP's and found this. Has anyone noticed such things? What do you think went wrong and why did it go unheard?

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