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Radhika posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 09 2016

The numerous factors that made the IITs excellent are being whittled away by creating more and more IITs

I feel there should be a few more IIT in the country as well Govt should spend more money on Primary and secondary education. If we see the statistics the growing population demand for the primary and secondary education is not met by the Govt. It reflects our countrys literacy rate of 64% still there are people who are in need of primary education. Any nations development is mainly depending on the quality of the population. There should be more primary and secondary schools at the convenience of the people on the basis of the population of the area. Govt should spend more money and should come forward regulations to stop the school dropouts, and the child labour shall be curbed completely in the nation. The other side quality of education as per the international standards is being cultivated in the students by the IITs, we see in many of the students of these institute are taken away by the MNCs. Hence, there should be proper allocation of funds by the govt towards primary education and the premier institutes.
I feel there should be a few more IIT in the country as well Govt should spend more money on Primary and secondary education. If we see the statistics the growing population demand for the primary and secondary education is not met by the Govt. It reflects our countrys literacy rate of 64% still th
Radhika posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 08 2016

The Western caricature of Chinese internet firms needs a reboot

I feel that the way WeChat is utilised in China is in fact extremely innovative. I was actually surprised WeChat accounts for only a third of online phone use. If you walk into any supermarket almost anywhere in China, you can just scan a QR code on your phone to buy what you want. You take a cab, scan your phone. You buy something at a flea market, scan your phone. In these same stores they dont except debt or credit cards. Thats just one feature on WeChat. There are tons of others. Its not something you see on Facebook, YouTube or Twitter and its not surprising these American firms are paying attention to WeChat. I would agree that in this respect American apps do feel basic and somewhat primitive. As for Google, Baidu cant compare to Google
I feel that the way WeChat is utilised in China is in fact extremely innovative. I was actually surprised WeChat accounts for only a third of online phone use. If you walk into any supermarket almost anywhere in China, you can just scan a QR code on your phone to buy what you want. You take a cab, s
Radhika posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 05 2016

Bring on the next bubble! Bubbles have usually been more empowerment for more people

There is no bubble in tech companies. Its been largely pricked. The mom and pops that Taffer is referring to would be the dumb money that bought the IPO. Government regulation, and government monetary policy is causing what many see as a later cycle VC bubble. At early and Series A-C stage, I dont see a bubble. I do see lot of startups compared to ten years ago. But, that isnt necessarily a bubble. Its people sensing the same opportunity.
There is no bubble in tech companies. Its been largely pricked. The mom and pops that Taffer is referring to would be the dumb money that bought the IPO. Government regulation, and government monetary policy is causing what many see as a later cycle VC bubble. At early and Series A-C stage, I dont s
Radhika agreed 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



Radhika 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



Radhika posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 02 2016

It was a win-win for both Uber and Didi as Uber quits China

Uber can compete effectively in markets where the taxi businesses were protected by various laws which Uber utterly disregards and can get away with. For example San Francisco. A Taxi license is quite expensive to get and whoevers buys one needs to recoup the investment making fares relatively expensive. Enter Uber with its battery of lawyers shortcutting all this necessary investment. Becomes very successful.
Uber can compete effectively in markets where the taxi businesses were protected by various laws which Uber utterly disregards and can get away with. For example San Francisco. A Taxi license is quite expensive to get and whoevers buys one needs to recoup the investment making fares relatively expe
Radhika 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



Radhika 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



Radhika agreed 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



Radhika 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



Radhika posted an opinion to a discussionJul, 29 2016

The New Bastar Battalion to fight Naxals will only make things worse

Violence is one and often more pronounced aspect of Maoist activity. At its core, there remain many issues of the people of under developed regions who have been denied any opportunity of a decent living and development. Thus ensuring effective governance, which addresses the concerns of such people should form the critical component of any counterinsurgency strategy. The Centre should first formulate a counterinsurgency doctrine encompassing also the development and security-related components. Such a doctrine would provide a certain unity of approach among States and security agencies.Out of such a doctrine, area-specific strategies and tactics could be developed and implemented across States. Government agencies and state political leadership must express due sensitivity to the basic problems facing the people and ensure their development. A basic step with far reaching impact would be to educate such people about their constitutional rights and beneficial government schemes. Another important strategy should be to ensure remunerative employment to the youth through imparting adequate skill. This in turn would prevent them from providing moral support to the revolutionary elements. At the same time, the Maoists would hardly be able to justify violence.
Violence is one and often more pronounced aspect of Maoist activity. At its core, there remain many issues of the people of under developed regions who have been denied any opportunity of a decent living and development. Thus ensuring effective governance, which addresses the concerns of such people
Radhika agreed with an opinion onJul, 29 2016

We will soon witness another Collapse like that of Lehman Brothers

Manav garg had posted

It doesnt matter how much gold or precious art or properties you have if your debt is worth 10 times the value of your treasure. And this is a pro Europe italian speaking



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