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Akshita Sharma posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 26 2016

2,50,000 civilians might die in Aleppo in the next 10 days!

Why the world is so silent when genocide is taking place in Aleppo? Putin and Assad should be indicted in the ICC for committing a crime against Humanity. I don't see a reason to bomb homes, schools and hospitals from 5km above the ground and killing premature babies in the incubators. If Russians are men enough they send their ground force to target the freedom fighters.

Why the world is so silent when genocide is taking place in Aleppo? Putin and Assad should be indicted in the ICC for committing a crime against Humanity. I don't see a reason to bomb homes, schools and hospitals from 5km above the ground and killing premature babies in the incubators. If Russians a
Akshita Sharma posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 02 2016

India is Neglecting the Indian Workers in West Asian Countries

It would not be unjust to say that the current situation of Indian migrants in many of the West Asian countries is a byproduct of the inapt diplomacy India have had with these countries. While every other month there are news in media regarding the hardships of the Indian diaspora in these countries, Indian government has largely failed to work with counterpart governments to avoid any such situations. The unjust treatment including confiscation of passports of Indian workers by their employers, forced to work in inhuman environment, serious security concerns due to local turnmoils and little help from the respective governments have only magnified the problem. Indian governments reluctance to have a straightforward diplomacy with these countries because of oil-relations and major portion of remmitances by Indian workers in these countries have significantly undermined the safety and working rights of the workers there. However in recent time, governments initiative like setting up of skill labs in UP and Bihar is a welcome step in this direction. These labs aim to impart basic knowledge to the immigrant workers about the culture, language and working environment in these countries. The government is also encouraging all immigants to register themselves with local embassy as soon as they land in any of these countries so that Indian government has details of individuals to be tracked and supported at the time of crisis caused by employers there or some local unrest.
It would not be unjust to say that the current situation of Indian migrants in many of the West Asian countries is a byproduct of the inapt diplomacy India have had with these countries. While every other month there are news in media regarding the hardships of the Indian diaspora in these countries
Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 31 2016

We need to be apprehensive about new laws for bar dancers

Suhani Singh had posted

Dance bars are source of income not only for their owners but for the girls, who are vulnerable to adopt prohibited occupations like prostitution in absence of dance bars



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 31 2016

We need Liveable Cities first, not Smart Ones

Sukirti Singh had posted

Smartness should be in the mentality of people,this is the only way that can lead to smart nation or smart cities,.irrespective of smart cities, there should be smart env



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 30 2016

Patriotism: What it really means?


Do agree/disagree here.



Akshita Sharma agreed with an opinion onJul, 29 2016

Manchester United needs Ibrahimovic to offer more than four goals and a dressing-room presence. They want a star striker who can lead the attack

Salim had posted

I think Ibrahimovic could prove to be a masterstroke of a signing. He is exactly what Man United need right now, a born winner with an arrogant attitude. If theres anybod



Akshita Sharma agreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

Bombs will not defeat ISIS, we need to counter their ideology, their existence

Stella had posted

The western countries that are on ISIS hit list and are targets of ISIS and its sympathisers terrorist attacks are ones that have been actively engaged in military attack



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

Irrespective of what people say, India Is Shinning

Akshita Sharma had posted

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 st



Akshita Sharma agreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

UK workers suffered the biggest drop in wages, joining GREECE at the bottom of the league table after earnings fell by 10%

Aarushi had posted

Completely skewed reporting. Probably because people are paid too much in the first place! The reason most countries salaries havent dropped by 10% is because a lot of pe



Akshita Sharma agreed with an opinion onJul, 25 2016

This is Globalisation’s Tipping Point. We should start focussing on our cultural and socio-economic agenda.

Puneet had posted

There is not much doubt in my mind that globalization and neoliberalism are big factors. These factors are not natural, they are the result of political choices. Many peo



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 25 2016

What will be repercussions of the Germany attack on its immigrant policy. Will it just keep calm and carry on?


One of the disconcerting things about these attacks is that they are so unfocused. I remember the IRA campaign of the 70s and 80s when they were bombing the mainland, and



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 25 2016

WWF just paid AU$100,000 to protect the Great Barrier Reef, but its too late now as the Great Barrier Reef faces 'complete ecological collapse'.

Aarushi had posted

When we hear about these localised effects of early climate change, we are often hearing demands for localised solutions. Things like "Australia needs to do something abo



Akshita Sharma disagreed with an opinion onJul, 25 2016

Protection of human rights is more important than protection of cows!

aarth dhar had posted

The cry and hue of human rights are more sounded these days (thanks to our now more democratic citizens). Of course in the good democratic country we can expect the sanct



Akshita Sharma agreed with an opinion onJul, 24 2016

This day 25 years ago, a budget that changed India forever!

Prateek had posted

The year 2016 marks the quarter century of Indias liberalisation story which started in 1991. At a broader level, it would be correct to say that India has benefitted lar



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