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Puneet

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A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 18 2016

Can Trump be the right president for the Businesses and Entrepreneurs?

Munish had posted

Trump isn't a professional businessman in the sense of someone like Mitt Romney. Romney was a haircut in a suit, but his business experience was of the running a boardroo



Any businesses that are parking money overseas or offshore are doing so because they bargain-shop rates at the expense of their country's economic health and well-being. We should not have to bribe them to return to the U.S.A. Instead penalise them for their bad habit of feeding off the nation's military and economic resources without any loyalty to the nation's people or the nation's economic health. They will not bring jobs here unless they can create a sweatshop labor force similar to that which they seek overseas.

Any businesses that are parking money overseas or offshore are doing so because they bargain-shop rates at the expense of their country's economic health and well-being. We should not have to bribe them to return to the U.S.A. Instead penalise them for their bad habit of feeding off the nation's mil

Puneet 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.

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 people are left with no jobs and no future, worry about their kids education and life, fear immigrants will take the leftovers, and see that the rich get richer by the day. They want something else. They are ready to vote for whomever comes up with scapegoats and easy solutions, because the left has been discredited or isnt really the left anymore, and offers no convincing alternative to globalization and neoliberalism. I dont blame the people, however stupid their choices may be. I blame our leaders (be they British or form the EU), who have been telling everyone for decades that less regulation, less borders, more flexibility, more privatization, less taxes for the job creators, etc., would make us all better off.
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 people are left with no jobs and no future, worry about their kids education and life, fear immigrants will take the leftovers, and s
Puneet posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 12 2016

RS discussion Kashmir. Is govt. even willing to solve the problem, or just delay the issue by playing good cop- bad cop.

I do not believe there was any need for the PM to speak on the subject. Plenty has been said and a lot of people have suffered. Kashmiris talk about Kashmiriyat, as if that is some God send blessing of peace and love to the valley people. If that were the case, they would not, at least some significant numbers will not support LeT and get funding from ISI, to undermine India. there is no such thing as Kashmiriyat, unless it means ethnic cleansing on a major scale, unless it means violence, unless it means ignoring the democratic process, unless it means violence because Kashmiris have traded in their soul to the ISI for a fistful of dollars. As regards Congresss taunts, well, it is your leadership, so called, that created the problem and then went on to aggravate by constant interference. PM MMS used to go to Kashmir, under lock down of the State. Hardly a visit was it? India needs to come with a strategy that is very different. It is no good just sucking up to Hurriyat. It is no good towing the Congress line or Vajpayee line. they have been tried and have failed. India can do plenty! there is no shortage of ideas.
I do not believe there was any need for the PM to speak on the subject. Plenty has been said and a lot of people have suffered. Kashmiris talk about Kashmiriyat, as if that is some God send blessing of peace and love to the valley people. If that were the case, they would not, at least some signific
Puneet posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 09 2016

Tobacco companies are resisting the increase in pictorial warnings on cigarette packets, being a huge contributor in tax and an aid for tobacco farmers the government should not corner these players

The government should not force itself on ITC as 45 million people in India depend on the tobacco sector to earn a living, from farmers to industry workers and retailers, rehabilitation measures should be taken for them and gradual phase out must happen. About 3500 cr loss to Gujarat tobacco farmers as reported by tobacco lobby. value of illegal imports is about Rs.15,000 crore and the government is losing over Rs.8000 crore in taxes and excise duty
The government should not force itself on ITC as 45 million people in India depend on the tobacco sector to earn a living, from farmers to industry workers and retailers, rehabilitation measures should be taken for them and gradual phase out must happen. About 3500 cr loss to Gujarat tobacco farmers
Puneet posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 08 2016

Open source revolution is here and we should be a part of it

The rationale behind patents and proprietary rights is to spur further innovation by rewarding new inventions. However, this doctrine is intrinsically skewed towards large corporations with big R&D spending, spawning a regime of barriers, fire-walling the newly acquired knowledge from use by non-institutional researchers to make newer advances, what is known as the “patent thicket”. Moreover, intellectual property litigation is the inevitable result, resulting in diversion of time and funds. Some of the defining inventions of our time, the browsers and related architecture of the internet, Facebook, Twitter are all based on open source software. One can only imagine the damage that a software patenting injunction would have done.
The rationale behind patents and proprietary rights is to spur further innovation by rewarding new inventions. However, this doctrine is intrinsically skewed towards large corporations with big R&D spending, spawning a regime of barriers, fire-walling the newly acquired knowledge from use by non-ins
Puneet 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



Puneet disagreed 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



Puneet posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 02 2016

If India has to go for a two fronts war against China and Pakistan

Does Chaina have enough air bases in Tibet to operate good number of sorties in the theatre. Please check. There are more Indian bases than Chinese from where Air force can operate. And air bases in tibet are also not out of the reach of India. If China attempt to strike from the bases in the depth of its territory it will be tracked by advanced Radar system and India will have ample time to be prepared for such attack. In a defensive mode you cant underestimate IAFs strength. PLAAF will have to counter SUKHOI-30 MKI, winner of MRCA, LCA and may be some Sukhoi-FGFA. China has hardly anymore to add in its missile arsenal from now. on the other hand Indias arsenal certainly will not be the same as it is today.Missiles will be exchanged heavily by both sides, but it cant decide who is the winner. India has started investing heavily in air -defence system. So it will not be cake walk for PLAAF. trying sending a large fleet of aircrafts will be suicidal. Troops on both sides will get good air coverage and none of them will be able to bring their heavy guns. whoever tries to be aggressive will be doomed.
Does Chaina have enough air bases in Tibet to operate good number of sorties in the theatre. Please check. There are more Indian bases than Chinese from where Air force can operate. And air bases in tibet are also not out of the reach of India. If China attempt to strike from the bases in the depth
Puneet agreed 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



Puneet agreed 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



Puneet 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

Arunay had posted

What I never see mentioned in these discussions is its an article of faith among Cubs fans that sportscasters on national TV networks are biased against the Cubs. So when



Puneet 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



Puneet posted an opinion to a discussionJul, 31 2016

We need Liveable Cities first, not Smart Ones

Even we are living in 21st century and using smart tv, smart phone , smart washing machine and other gadgets which make our life not only easier and totally changed our life style but whether we are really bother about what is real smartness, we are still unable to get basic amnesties,facilities which are better infra,health ,transportation,environment concern etc. We are unable to understand what should be actually smart whether it is physically,socially or politically smarter. To making the cities smarter firstly we have to teach the real meaning of smartness people of countries like Indian are not bother about that whether cities and village must be smarter or no what is necessary to fulfill the basics requirement and peace full living environment if we will make Live-able cities it will automatically tern into smart so no extra efforts will require to make smarter.
Even we are living in 21st century and using smart tv, smart phone , smart washing machine and other gadgets which make our life not only easier and totally changed our life style but whether we are really bother about what is real smartness, we are still unable to get basic amnesties,facilities whi

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