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Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 20 2016

Doesn't it make sense to remove leaders who are physically incapable to lead?

For the last few days, everyone in Chennai has an “inside” source in Apollo hospital. They are claiming this despite the fact that only three nurses and few top doctors are allowed in the second floor and their mobiles, residence have been under the surveillance by the intelligence wing (Tamil Magazine Vikatan Report). All this roaring rumors started because of one fb post by an infamous French Tamilian (a communist and an activist in France), Tamilachi, who is an ardent Tamil Nationalist separatist, written a post that Jaya’s been killed by RSS.

For the last few days, everyone in Chennai has an “inside” source in Apollo hospital. They are claiming this despite the fact that only three nurses and few top doctors are allowed in the second floor and their mobiles, residence have been under the surveillance by the intelligence wing (Tamil M
Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 15 2016

A true poll of the shifting national mood

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Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 03 2016

For India, can jobless growth be called growth or just accounting jugglery ?

About 45% of Indian population is indulged in agriculture sector but its contribution to Indian GDP remains mere 15%. The failure of monsoon, lack of advanced agricultural technologies and the ignorance of farmers have failed to generate enough employment in this sector. Thus, agricultural sector contributes majorly to overall increase in jobless growth. Indian economic growth is largely led by service sector which employs less than 30% whereas agro sector employs more than 45% but contributes only 15% to the GDP.

About 45% of Indian population is indulged in agriculture sector but its contribution to Indian GDP remains mere 15%. The failure of monsoon, lack of advanced agricultural technologies and the ignorance of farmers have failed to generate enough employment in this sector. Thus, agricultural sector co
Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 02 2016

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

Agriculture is a sector which employs the half and feeds the other half, It has been considered as the lynchpin of India's growth as it has high multiplier effect. But since the time of independence, India had remained an agrarian economy ,could not improve its contribution to GDP beyond 4 % even though our net produce area in the world is 15%. Hence by only being an agrarian economy was never sufficient to improve our economic conditions as this sector has many loopholes. But still India is growing and developemnt can be seen in the form of development of highways, good infrastructure,smart cities,malls etc which shows that urbanization had taken place at a rapid pace by the contribution of various other sectors besides agriculture.. Urbanization acts as a mirror of development and it is believed that becoz of its spill over effect, the areas in its surroundings also starts to develop..But again, urbanisation doesn't presents the true picture of development as there it is still becoz of few percentage of people who have developed..But it shows more inequality rather than development if one tries to go deep down

Agriculture is a sector which employs the half and feeds the other half, It has been considered as the lynchpin of India's growth as it has high multiplier effect. But since the time of independence, India had remained an agrarian economy ,could not improve its contribution to GDP beyond 4 % even th
Pavan agreed with a discussionOct, 20 2016

life spirit

जीवन तो अपने दम पर जीई जाती है,
दूसरों के दम पे तो जनाजे हीं उठते हैं।।
Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 26 2016

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

It's the players, definitely. A manager is a facilitator, more like a face to absolve the team of any blame. If you say that a manager's "strategy" is the decisive factor, just look at the United vs Leicester game: same 4-2-3-1 formation by Mourinho and the result was emphatic. Why? Because of Mata instead of Rooney in that vital number 10 role.

It's the players, definitely. A manager is a facilitator, more like a face to absolve the team of any blame. If you say that a manager's "strategy" is the decisive factor, just look at the United vs Leicester game: same 4-2-3-1 formation by Mourinho and the result was emphatic. Why? Because of Mata
Pavan 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.



Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 24 2016

Are we on the brink of a constitutional crisis ?

This issue has one thing in common and that is crops, both the government should try not to grow more water consuming crops in the area where scarcity of water is there. ( Karnataka should look for sugarcane and T.N for paddy ). Both the states should look for the source of the issue i.e the monsoon, as since decades the Deccan monsoon varies and is not constant and this is because of the management of trees in Western Ghats and its slash and burn farming techniques.

This issue has one thing in common and that is crops, both the government should try not to grow more water consuming crops in the area where scarcity of water is there. ( Karnataka should look for sugarcane and T.N for paddy ). Both the states should look for the source of the issue i.e the monsoon
Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 22 2016

What if we go to a war with Pakistan?

There are 3 conflicting forces in Pakistan- the terrorists, the army and the government. Will a 'dialogue' with just one party ever lead to anything? Maybe war is the only answer now

Pavan 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.

Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 17 2016

Please raise your hand if you are with the Doval doctrine in Kashmir

As far as talking with Separatist is concerned, the same doctrine has been followed since Independence and it has only oiled the problem. At present scenario, Doval's doctrine is more pragmatic given the islamic terrorism in the world now.

Pavan agreed with a discussionSep, 15 2016

Steve Jobs, a Zen Buddhist, chose to manufacture his products in China- the country that inflicted horrific crimes in Tibet

This is such a hypocritical act. Being a Zen Buddhist but abandoning his religious and spiritual beliefs as soon as it was convenient.

Pavan posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 15 2016

There is nothing stopping the increase in economic disparity between the Indian States

Recent studies have shown that the gap between top 3 and bottom 3 rich states in India has become more than 4 times, this discrepancy is the largest in all the federal countries. A child born in Maharashtra today is likely to be four times richer upon becoming an adult than a child born in Bihar today, even if they are working for same number of hours. This means that India has failed to ensure economic justice which has been promised in the very preamble of our constitution. This gap instead of closing down, is only increasing over years.

Recent studies have shown that the gap between top 3 and bottom 3 rich states in India has become more than 4 times, this discrepancy is the largest in all the federal countries. A child born in Maharashtra today is likely to be four times richer upon becoming an adult than a child born in Bihar tod
Pavan agreed 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?

Pavan agreed with an opinion onSep, 13 2016

Need special attention to most marginalised children

Arushi Singh had posted

This is still a far fetched dream, Read this discussions "India would be more than half a century late for the global education commitment” reports UNESCO. What exactly



Pavan agreed 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



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