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Nikita Nain

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Nikita Nain agreed with a discussionNov, 16 2016

AMA with Meera Sanyal on Demonitization of Currency

Ms. Meera was the former CEO & Chairman of the RBS, India. She's the National Executive member of AAP.

Ask her anything on Demonitization of Currency

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

we need perfect politician

Abhishek Sharma had posted

Agree with a lot of your points Nikita but not this one " politicians with broader outlooks and a wide range of problem solving initiatives." In India and broadly in the


Nikita Nain Seeks vibrancy in life

Yes I agree with how debate should be encouraged. That is most desirable for a robust democracy. But sadly the most debated issues in the country have rarely changed in the last seventy years which means either we are debating the less consequential issues or that are points of contention are not worthy of reaching any concrete conclusions. While the reasons for the inefficiency to reach to concluding solutions are debatable, the biggest and most influential platform for debate in India is the political platform and the politicians should take note of this stalemate. Hence the outlooks must be broadened and more dynamic problem solving tactics NEED to be adopted because clearly the existing ones are unable to deal with our ever-present problems.
Yes I agree with how debate should be encouraged. That is most desirable for a robust democracy. But sadly the most debated issues in the country have rarely changed in the last seventy years which means either we are debating the less consequential issues or that are points of contention are not wo

Nikita Nain started a new discussionNov, 04 2016

The Expansion of Sinosphere

With increasing relevance of China across Asia, with monetary interventions and economic baits for most countries, there is a perception of the changing power dynamics.

Is USA losing its political and economic clout in the region due to the enormous mobilization of funds by China along with its pan-continental infrastructure projects, gargantuan economy and political autonomy?


Raja Mandala: The Expansion of Sinosphere - Carnegie India - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


With increasing relevance of China across Asia, with monetary interventions and economic baits for most countries, there is a perception of the changing power dynamics. Is USA losing its political and economic clout in the region due to the enormous mobilization of funds by China along with its pan-
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 09 2016

Will legalizing trade in ivory or Rhino horn be sensible to deter criminal gangs from poaching the giants?

Aman Rawal had posted

Argument to check a crime by making it legal is a failed idea. It happens only when people in power want the crime to continue.


Nikita Nain Seeks vibrancy in life

Isn't like it the Prohibition that we keep trying to impose to ban sale of liquor, when everyone truly knows that it is just a front to make black money and fund elections? When legal sale of liquor is considered a better alternative to the shadowed , back-alley sales of unregulated liquor, is legalizing the trade of horns or ivory not sensible on those lines?
Isn't like it the Prohibition that we keep trying to impose to ban sale of liquor, when everyone truly knows that it is just a front to make black money and fund elections? When legal sale of liquor is considered a better alternative to the shadowed , back-alley sales of unregulated liquor, is legal

Nikita Nain posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 09 2016

Why is the care of the elderly so hard in India?

At present we are a 'young' country, with majority of the population in the working age group. The focus of all the policies, products and schemes across all sectors is keeping this moneyed and healthy demographic in focus. But what has been completely neglected is that this same population will grow into a 'dependent' population in the coming years, with attendant needs, special health care options, psychological concerns etc. The dearth of old age homes, often over crowded, hospices, lack of sensitization of the young towards the needs of the older generation, specialized services for those with different needs etc. The interventions made are sparse and too widely spaced to make a true difference. With crimes being reported against the elderly every other day, rising sense of alienation from loved ones and isolation due to children moving to other places for work, increasing ill-treatment by their children, poor services available for their mobility etc, the future is bleak. Mere senior citizen quotas or paltry pension funds will not be enough to handle this impending crisis. Like always, we are way behind in changing our policies to meet the future needs, choosing to focus on the past and trying to make up for the previous losses.
At present we are a 'young' country, with majority of the population in the working age group. The focus of all the policies, products and schemes across all sectors is keeping this moneyed and healthy demographic in focus. But what has been completely neglected is that this same population will gro
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 04 2016

De-Criminalisation of Section 377: Why is law driven by religion?

Harshit Agrawal had posted

LGBTQIA are like sugar and they just want to add in milk (society) to make it more sweet


Nikita Nain Seeks vibrancy in life

Beautifully worded!

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