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Sahil posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 14 2016

Donald Trump will now ridicule the Paris agreement to supposedly help everyone out of the Global warming conspiracy

Trump's anticipated attack on the Paris accord is predictable. He is a science-denier; in a word, an idiot. This is precisely the type erratic behaviour the United States has in store for itself for at least the next four years. Thanks to an embarrassingly poor public education system most Americans have no idea what this article it talking about. The World's environment is in grave danger and we must act to, at least, try and slow its deterioration or we humans will be responsible for our own extinction.

Trump's anticipated attack on the Paris accord is predictable. He is a science-denier; in a word, an idiot. This is precisely the type erratic behaviour the United States has in store for itself for at least the next four years. Thanks to an embarrassingly poor public education system most Americans
Sahil agreed with an opinion onAug, 24 2016

How dangerous is a Pellet Gun? Less than civilian stones!

Anuja pathi had posted

It' is said that children are injured. What are children doing in these wild mobs during curfew. And what do these people want . Are they expecting for India to give away



Sahil started a new 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

FMCG major ITC on Saturday said it is not ready to print larger pictorial warnings on its cigarette packs. Since Friday, under a new government notification, tobacco products are required to carry larger pictorial warnings covering 85 per cent of the display area on packets. Insisting that “the question of the legality of the new warnings has been and continues to be pending before the Court”, the company said it “did not commit to wasting substantial resources in creating the large number of cylinders and other tools necessary for a change-over of the warnings”.
FMCG major ITC on Saturday said it is not ready to print larger pictorial warnings on its cigarette packs. Since Friday, under a new government notification, tobacco products are required to carry larger pictorial warnings covering 85 per cent of the display area on packets. Insisting that “the qu
Sahil agreed with an opinion onAug, 08 2016

Year on Year the Earth overshoot day is coming in August and its a matter of shame!

Sunaina had posted

We need to focus on local systems for agriculture, employment, community and move away from city commute and supermarket living. We must reintroduce concept of local comm



Sahil posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 07 2016

It is high time we start thinking on how to make HAL more lean and divide it into different govt. entities

HAL, NAL, DRDO, I.I.Sc. etc. are agencies/institutions on whom the government spends huge amounts of money. These behemoths provide guaranteed lifelong direct/indirect employment to millions of people. The money that is pumped into these institutions is taxpayer money. The output that comes out of these institutions/companies should justify the expenditure that we incur. The point that Marxist admirers fail to understand is this: I dont care and dont need to care if VW doesnt perform well. VW can go to hell for all I care, VWs place will be taken by someone else sooner or later. However, it is a serious problem for me if HAL doesnt perform well.
HAL, NAL, DRDO, I.I.Sc. etc. are agencies/institutions on whom the government spends huge amounts of money. These behemoths provide guaranteed lifelong direct/indirect employment to millions of people. The money that is pumped into these institutions is taxpayer money. The output that comes out of t
Sahil started a new discussionAug, 07 2016

Either you are implementation failure or you are just a talker with no serious intentions.

ok great so you are angry with the gau-rakshaks. Now put them away, punish them, book them, have a no tolerance policy, put Akhlaque's killers behind bars, Issue non-bailable warrants against those who hung the 12 yr old boy from a tree, or flogged a dalit family of 12. The gau rakshaks have proudly posted videos of their feats, they have taken selfies with their bleeding victims, they have pressed their boot on the face of their hapless kill and taken pictures like you would when you came back from your hunt. You have all the evidence Mr. PM...take action, walk the talk...come on... I don't think you will
ok great so you are angry with the gau-rakshaks. Now put them away, punish them, book them, have a no tolerance policy, put Akhlaque's killers behind bars, Issue non-bailable warrants against those who hung the 12 yr old boy from a tree, or flogged a dalit family of 12. The gau rakshaks have proudly
Sahil started a new discussionAug, 05 2016

Unemployment or economic standard is not the reason young people taking up arms in impoverished regions

The crisis of youth is often depicted as a crisis of unemployment. An “economics of terrorism” narrative suggests that idle young people, lacking licit opportunities to make a living, are a ready pool of recruits for armed movements. Poverty, as a driver of conflict, combined with the booming population of young people in poor states, animates anxieties about the youth bulge, for which the guiding metaphor is the “ticking bomb.”But our evidence contradicts the assumptions driving “bread and butter” stabilization efforts. In Afghanistan, We found increases in employment and income did not lead to significant changes in youth support for armed opposition groups.
The crisis of youth is often depicted as a crisis of unemployment. An “economics of terrorism” narrative suggests that idle young people, lacking licit opportunities to make a living, are a ready pool of recruits for armed movements. Poverty, as a driver of conflict, combined with the booming po
Sahil started a new discussionAug, 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

It seems that nefarious forces are at work, terrorizing innocent citizens to flee in order to execute a demographic change. Western UP has historically had a significant Muslim population alongside a strong Hindu majority. Over the years, however, multiple factors have resulted in a situation where an increasing Muslim population has begun to edge out the Hindu population. For example, Muzaffarnagar, the site of 2013 riots used to be 71% Hindu in 1981. As per 2011 census, that number stands at 56%. Similarly for Kairana, 2011 census counts around 68% of the population as Muslim, whereas that number in 2001 was 48%. As per estimates, the number of Hindus in Kairana had dwindled to 8% in June 2016. And that is not it, recent newspaper reports point towards a similar trend in Aligarh.
It seems that nefarious forces are at work, terrorizing innocent citizens to flee in order to execute a demographic change. Western UP has historically had a significant Muslim population alongside a strong Hindu majority. Over the years, however, multiple factors have resulted in a situation where
Sahil agreed with an opinion onJul, 31 2016

Modi is failing to keep up the promises made. No doubt he is working hard, then what is really going wrong?

Rohit pande had posted

Its not about Modi, maybe elections run in supreme leader superstar mode can give outcomes, but governance in that mode cant solve the fundamental bottlenecks in economy



Sahil started a new discussionJul, 29 2016

Indian Ocean To Become Focus Of Trade And Warfare and we have failed to Secure our Interests in the Indian Ocean

India is woefully unprepared for any enemy activity on the East Coast. And the deep south is not far from the shipping lines in the Indian Ocean, and there will be increased infiltration by both Chinese naval vessels and submarines. As is rather clear, the Indian Ocean (through which 80 percent of oil shipments pass already between the straits of Hormuz and Malacca) will increasingly become a focus of both trade and warfare. India needs to be prepared for both. On the one hand, Thoothukkudi port has been refurbished and upgraded, and it should enjoy increased traffic as the national highways from Bangalore and Chennai have become functional. However, it suffers from its location, which requires a bit of a detour, discouraging larger vessels from docking there. But it could be perfect for smaller feeder craft.
India is woefully unprepared for any enemy activity on the East Coast. And the deep south is not far from the shipping lines in the Indian Ocean, and there will be increased infiltration by both Chinese naval vessels and submarines. As is rather clear, the Indian Ocean (through which 80 percent of o
Sahil agreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

Ever-faster feedback loops and micro-targeted digital porn are pushing human sexuality into some seriously weird places

Aditya Singh had posted

This can be a start of another American way of building industry. Alter habits of sexuality to an extent that humans become incompetent to satisfy other humans and introd



Sahil disagreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

UK workers suffered the biggest drop in wages, joining GREECE at the bottom of the league table after earnings fell by 10%

Stella had posted

I truly think that Britain made a mistake with the Brexit vote and is slowly becoming poorer and poorer and also less and less relevant in the world. Hopefully, it will n



Sahil agreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

Irrespective of what people say, India Is Shinning

Adarsh had posted

India post LPG era has shown remarkable growth this has resulted in many observers remarking india as the next big super power. Indian GDP currently shows a ressiliant g



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