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Bhimesh posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 03 2016

Germany is about to come up with a Nuclear FUSION reactor. Can it be economical and practical?

Unfortunately renewables are not capital intensive enough to attract corporations, who are the guys governments like to do business with.

Bhimesh disagreed with a discussionOct, 20 2016

life spirit

जीवन तो अपने दम पर जीई जाती है,
दूसरों के दम पे तो जनाजे हीं उठते हैं।।
Bhimesh posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 27 2016

Driverless cars are the new revolution or just a futuristic hope

I don't doubt there are some who would give up their car willingly but I suspect most people will not. The convenience of having your car parked right out front with no ordering even if just a click.
It's public transport - there will be crumbs on the seats and rubbish on the floor. Or worse, given it's a private space. Lots of people see driving as a right and a pleasure and their car as a status symbol even part of their personality. I like the idea of driverless and cheap taxis like this are a good option but fewer cars will be seen by many as a way to park closer to their house.

I don't doubt there are some who would give up their car willingly but I suspect most people will not. The convenience of having your car parked right out front with no ordering even if just a click. It's public transport - there will be crumbs on the seats and rubbish on the floor. Or worse, given
Bhimesh posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 27 2016

One reason Indian Colleges are not the best in the world is the immense focus on Politics

Politics is the articulation of views, their expression and mobilisation of masses to take part in the democratic processes of the country. In that sense it also has a pedagogical aspect for it contributes in the formation of opinions which is possible only after the scrutiny of the prevailing circumstances. Politics at university level helps in political socialisation of students. Through political activities they become the integral part of democratic process and are able to appreciate the democratic practices in more productive manner. Politics helps in institutionalisation of discourse, dialogue and debate as the means for resolution of conflicting ideas, which is also the foundational principle of deliberative and participative democracy. It is also through student politics that nation gets its new generation of leaders well equipped with political aptitude with a good formal educational background.

Politics is the articulation of views, their expression and mobilisation of masses to take part in the democratic processes of the country. In that sense it also has a pedagogical aspect for it contributes in the formation of opinions which is possible only after the scrutiny of the prevailing circu
Bhimesh posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 26 2016

A manager's role in football is over-hyped.

Disagree! Just look at how Liverpool has been playing under Klopp- extreme pressing and intensity. It's not like there has been a complete squad overhaul. The two main positions for such a high-intensity style to work, the midfield, are filled by the same two players from two seasons ago- Lallana and Henderson. A manager has a huge role in altering the style and psyche of the players, thereby producing tremendous results.

Disagree! Just look at how Liverpool has been playing under Klopp- extreme pressing and intensity. It's not like there has been a complete squad overhaul. The two main positions for such a high-intensity style to work, the midfield, are filled by the same two players from two seasons ago- Lallana an
Bhimesh agreed with an opinion onSep, 24 2016

Which side is Russia on?

Praveen Sharma had posted

Exactly. There are no permanent friends in International arena, just bunch of countries which have similar interests.



Bhimesh agreed with a discussionSep, 21 2016

Exploitation of resources in Tibet will affect India badly in the future. Nationalist Indians should fight for Tibet to protect their own interest.

Supporting Tibet is in India's interest. The Chinese have been building dams over rivers that flow down to India; openly supporting Pakistan and opposing India in international forums.

By bringing Tibet to limelight like Balochistan, India can play a masterstroke.

Bhimesh posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 13 2016

Cultural roots of Tibet

China. Because Tibet Buddhism came from China.

The founder of the Tibetan Empire, Songtsen Gampo (618-649) married a Chinese Tang Dynasty Buddhist princess, Wencheng, who came to Tibet with a statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. (The beginning of Buddhism in Tibet). Traditional accounts say that, during the reign of Songtsen Gampo, examples of handicrafts and astrological systems were imported from China and the Western Xia; the dharma and the art of writing came from India; material wealth and treasures from the Nepalis and the lands of the Mongols, while model laws and administration were imported from the Uyghurs of the Turkic Khaganate to the North.

China. Because Tibet Buddhism came from China. The founder of the Tibetan Empire, Songtsen Gampo (618-649) married a Chinese Tang Dynasty Buddhist princess, Wencheng, who came to Tibet with a statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. (The beginning of Buddhism in Tibet). Traditional accounts say that, during
Bhimesh disagreed with a discussionSep, 13 2016

Dictatorship failed because of people who came to power not because it is flawed as a concept.

Usually when I hear about a dictator I think of someone that's power hungry and always ends up hurting the people in some way. Has there ever been a dictator that was somewhat nice or made really good decisions that benefited the people?

Bhimesh disagreed with an opinion onSep, 13 2016

The perception of human being in Qur'an is of the best creation which is imperfect at the same time. Isn't this a bit confusing?

Animesh Kumar had posted

Yes, I agree that human beings are best creation but they are incomplete till they realize this very fact and have control over their desires and surrender to God. Human



Bhimesh disagreed with an opinion onSep, 13 2016

What would it be like if Tibet became independent?

Pavan had posted

The Tibetans would have to start paying taxes since apparently they don't and the Central Government compensates for it, around 90% of their expenditure. They would l



Bhimesh disagreed with an opinion onSep, 13 2016

"Saudi Arabia and Iran accuse each other of not really being Muslim". 'Religion above all' mentality has to be challenged.

Rahul Gupta had posted

When there is so much of marketing and propaganda and attempts to sell so intensely and on top of that, the added factor of increased social status associated with these



Bhimesh agreed with an opinion onSep, 13 2016

"India would be more than half a century late for the global education commitment” reports UNESCO. What exactly went wrong?

Shashank Sharma had posted

Currently I am taking a tour of UP for documenting UNICEF's work with the Polio vaccine in UP. One of the highlights of my trip has been learning about how the government



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