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Sukirti Singh posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 18 2016

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

The last time that the political class and industry as a whole argued about the inevitability of globalization and that we have to accept it and have anti-protectionist policies was in the 18th century, it lead to financial collapse and to World Wars, out of the ashes of that mess we built everything that is good about Britain under protectionist polices. Free trade is toxic and you cant legislate to protect workers and communities against its destructive effects unless you legislate against its ability to hold workers to ransom by blackmailing us with global poverty wages. The only way globalization could be positive for workers is if it was a socialist internationalism with workers, not capitalists in charge. We should be focusing on protecting our economy from the inequality and parasitism of global capitalism. We need to nationalize our central bank, renationalise all utilities, transport and infrastructure, the NHS and education, have training and investment pumped into the latter two, and modernize our railways. Most vitally we need to invest in a huge council house building scheme to tackle the severe homelessness and housing crisis that is keeping many people in penury today.
The last time that the political class and industry as a whole argued about the inevitability of globalization and that we have to accept it and have anti-protectionist policies was in the 18th century, it lead to financial collapse and to World Wars, out of the ashes of that mess we built everythin
Sukirti Singh 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

Athletes dont fall from the sky, they come from the lower or middle class families definitely not from the high class society. Lower income classes struggle to build a space for themselves too much and risking years in something that isnt supported in the current Indian culture is too much of a rick to take. Besides, there is a lot of psychological pressure a kid must go through to even excel in the academics. A life is not worth living if it is not meant for excellent academics.
Athletes dont fall from the sky, they come from the lower or middle class families definitely not from the high class society. Lower income classes struggle to build a space for themselves too much and risking years in something that isnt supported in the current Indian culture is too much of a rick
Sukirti Singh posted an opinion to a discussionJul, 31 2016

We need Liveable Cities first, not Smart Ones

Smartness should be in the mentality of people,this is the only way that can lead to smart nation or smart cities,.irrespective of smart cities, there should be smart environment, smart villages, increase in living standard of poor people,anything which benefits poor people or aam aadami through government initiative should be termed as smart work
Smartness should be in the mentality of people,this is the only way that can lead to smart nation or smart cities,.irrespective of smart cities, there should be smart environment, smart villages, increase in living standard of poor people,anything which benefits poor people or aam aadami through gov
Sukirti Singh 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



Sukirti Singh posted an opinion to a discussionJul, 28 2016

Irrespective of what people say, India Is Shinning

No, India is not shining. The Economic growth as government is boasting to achieve doesnt show the true picture. The base year is taken as 2005 which is not realistic. Further, only the economic growth rate doesnt stand the country on the better front of employment or financial soundness. Indias growth may have surpassed the China but Chinese yuan is ultimately got the SDR through IMF. India is far behind in almost all the fronts. It is even behind from Pakistan, Afganistan and some African countries at GHI Index. India gained its position on corruption and overall social life still stagnated at the level of last decade. Intolerance level has increased and discrimination against suppressed or backward class on rising curve. We have even lost the grip on our neighbours faith and cooperation. Indias relation with Afganistan, Srilanka and Nepal is better applauded example. India has turned from statemanship to salesmanship and has lost its diplomatic legacy of 1960-70s. We have a vast number of unskilled people. The ratio of skilled people is around 3-4% of requirement against more than 90% in china and Singapore. Thus, India is yet to shine. Its time better to correct ourselves first, then we can only proud to be shining.
No, India is not shining. The Economic growth as government is boasting to achieve doesnt show the true picture. The base year is taken as 2005 which is not realistic. Further, only the economic growth rate doesnt stand the country on the better front of employment or financial soundness. Indias gro
Sukirti Singh disagreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

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

Pinaki had posted

Rising Chinese dominance in the indian ocean in the recent years has become a cause of concern..The String of pearl policy being the principal cause of concern or Naval a



Sukirti Singh disagreed 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



Sukirti Singh 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



Sukirti Singh disagreed with an opinion onJul, 28 2016

We will soon witness another Collapse like that of Lehman Brothers

praneet singh had posted

Spanish banks are also still looking shaky and a new recession soon is forecast. The EU like a chicken without a head is demanding a huge new austerity programme (as if p



Sukirti Singh disagreed with an opinion onJul, 26 2016

Trump Could possibly win, Brexit happened, UK's job market is hitting rock bottom. The future is uncertain and unpredictable!

Nikitanamrita had posted

We could be looking at a future where only a small fraction of the population are actually needed for that though. Theres no reason with the advances in robotics, and the



Sukirti Singh agreed with an opinion onJul, 26 2016

Indian media is at its lowest point after Barkha Dutt and Arnab Goswami are taking each other head-on.

Shreya Sharma had posted

Hashtagging it doesnt take away from the fact that Goswami later openly calling for the trial of anyone who disagrees with him. Never mind the obvious conflict of interes



Sukirti Singh agreed with an opinion onJul, 26 2016

ISRO's commercial arm Antrix Corporation shouldn't be allowed to involve in commercial ventures!

Shrinivas had posted

Is the sanctity of a Sovereign state more sacred than that of a bunch of shareholders of a company whether foreign or national? Didnt the Govt of India take the decision



Sukirti Singh agreed with an opinion onJul, 26 2016

Our education planners need to read these stories: "On hire: MBA graduates for Rs 10,000 per month"

Sumit Pandey had posted

Now a days due to deterioration of government schools education system , one may not want to send his/her children to government schools. Any where in the world, there is



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