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Nisha

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Nisha started a new discussionNov, 18 2016

What should be Governments next step with the excess black money it gets its hands on?

A lot of raids are happening and this is not even the start. IT department will start of with tits work from December 31st to see the amount of black money which was converted to white somehow and will get hold of these hoarders. However the question is what will RBI/ Govt do with this money which was not even in the system till now.

What are your suggestions?


A lot of raids are happening and this is not even the start. IT department will start of with tits work from December 31st to see the amount of black money which was converted to white somehow and will get hold of these hoarders. However the question is what will RBI/ Govt do with this money which w
Nisha agreed with an opinion onSep, 22 2016

Despite strong women rights laws we have not been able to end the discrimination against women. What more is needed?


This is a ground reality. Women especially in rural areas are not only unaware of the existence of laws that protect their rights but have no access to free legal represe



Nisha posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 17 2016

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

Globalisation has been the means by which the dealers and financiers have gained final and almost complete control over the producers of goods around the world. Combined with the structure of the public company with limited liability, and a legally enshrined management obligation to shareholders to maximise profit, capital will always flow to where the basis of profit, maximum exploitation of labour, is greatest. Economists have persuaded governments that there is an advantage to be had for all from this total freedom of capital to roam and hone in on the poorest places, without any obligation to the countries and societies in which it was “earned” in the first place. The profits of the cotton barons of Lancashire could be invested wherever in the world the returns would be higher. Or workers from places where the workers were poorer and cheaper could be imported to the dying mills of England. The world’s dealers have gained the whip hand over national governments, who tremble in fear of the withdrawal of capital from anywhere where human rights to a decent life may threaten the maximisation of profit and exploitation. These governments have become more enthralled to the WTO than to the interests of the people who elect them.
Globalisation has been the means by which the dealers and financiers have gained final and almost complete control over the producers of goods around the world. Combined with the structure of the public company with limited liability, and a legally enshrined management obligation to shareholders to
Nisha posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 09 2016

China's relationship with UK 'at risk' over Hinkley Point delay

The glaring fact that China is openly warning the UK about Hinkley Point is a taste of what the Chinese are capable of and how it sees its relationship with the UK. It can and will be as arrogantly threatening with the UK as it has been in the South China Sea. The Chinese are squeezing the UKs testicles at a time when the UK is clearly vulnerable. If the UK had any doubts about involving the Chinese in Hinkley, this should put an end to them. Entering into a trade relationship is fine, but getting into an abusive bro-mance will be disastrous. Surely, you lot cant be silly enough to win back your sovereignty with Brexit and hand it to China.
The glaring fact that China is openly warning the UK about Hinkley Point is a taste of what the Chinese are capable of and how it sees its relationship with the UK. It can and will be as arrogantly threatening with the UK as it has been in the South China Sea. The Chinese are squeezing the UKs testi
Nisha posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 08 2016

With social media roaring about Indians qualifying/participating in Olympics, it is because of lack of will and cash that India wins so few Olympic medals

I think the two main points continue to be diet and culture, but again we really need to define sporting performance more broadly than simply olympic performance. Regarding steve sailers mention of sikhs, i think we need some corrections on that. He points to an important fact but more broadly, vast majority of indias top sportsman come from just 4-5 states out of the 30 or so — primarily haryana, punjab and north-east. What makes this more interesting is that all these states are far less vegetarian, bigger meat consumers than much of rest of india. Also, all people with surname Singh are not sikhs. Singh is used as surname primarily by almost all Kshatriyas – the ancient warrior caste. Sikhs are subset of them who are all extracted from some earlier Kshatriya clans. Vijay Singh is no sikh. A Hindu married to a Hindu in fact. Neither are most other Singhs. Even many non kshatriyas, especially shudra castes also took the name singh in later times.
I think the two main points continue to be diet and culture, but again we really need to define sporting performance more broadly than simply olympic performance. Regarding steve sailers mention of sikhs, i think we need some corrections on that. He points to an important fact but more broadly, vast
Nisha disagreed with an opinion onAug, 03 2016

We are shattering all the records and are observing toppling of several symbolic mileposts in heat, sea level rise

Rahul had posted

Though fossil fuels will lose some of their market share to renewables, they will still experience striking growth in absolute terms. Oil consumption, for example, is exp



Nisha agreed with an opinion onAug, 03 2016

Google's applications still take manual decisions.We are not ready for AI decisions

Sanjay had posted

With Google Search, nobody expects the results to be complete. Nobody expect to use the results as is. The end-user must make a final human judgement on which page they w



Nisha disagreed with an opinion onAug, 02 2016

India is Neglecting the Indian Workers in West Asian Countries

Tarun Singh had posted

Rights of Indian Workers in West Asian countries is much more than food supplies and Evacuations. While the above two are very important, it is important to note that Rig



Nisha disagreed with an opinion onAug, 02 2016

Is Ar-Go journalism driven by a passionate ideology or a smart pandering to a taste of India's elite ?

Sonia Motwani had posted

I don't see any ideology behind his journalism, he only caters to the audience that likes drama and his theatrics keep viewers glued to their TV sets. While a lot of peop



Nisha disagreed with an opinion onAug, 02 2016

Beginning of the end of the secular Indian state. ‪Muslim majority areas are a becoming a problem for non-Mulsims and hence repercussions are creating a disastrous loop

Pranav had posted

Separation of state from religion is essential in a Multi-ethnic country like India but in countries where there is cultural and Ethnic homogeneity , it may not be an ess



Nisha disagreed with an opinion onAug, 02 2016

Every National Media ensures manipulation of the news for its own propaganda. It’s vital to look at all media, including the UK’s, with a critical eye

aarth dhar had posted

I have watched and followed many national media on and off since 2011, i turned to other media because I was not getting a balanced view form our Media, the BBC, the Guar



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