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  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    Its only a stable government can take the country to the realms of excellence. Not coalitions.


    It is not stablity or instabilty- one party or coalition that matters. A coalition government could also be very stable as we see in Kerala where either Left or Congress led coalitions rule for full terms. In West Bengal also, Left front ruled continously for many decades. Actually excellence need be motto of all citizens. Traditionally, we have adopted middle path, as according to our culture, extreme always needs be avoided. (Ati sarvatra varjayet). Our scientists and engineers will work in this direction whatever be the government. As a matter of fact, government is run by bureaucracy and not ministers who just come and go.


    A government with one party as coalition partner will run successfully giving good governance. Too many coalition partner parties lead to instability, where the government cannot succeed to satisfy all the partners which have different views and objectives. Less coalition members, better it would be.


    Many parties do not matter when there is one strong party in the coalition and overall majority is comfortable. It is only when all parties in coalition are small and majority is razor thin.


    Exactly. I was referring such coalitions where majority is very small.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..



    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..




    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.

  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..



    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.


    To become a superpower, we have to get our house in order first with accountability and transperancy of the systems..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..


    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.


    To become a superpower, we have to get our house in order first with accountability and transperancy of the systems..


    It's heartening to know that the new government is moving in this direction of a governance of transparency and accountability. Initial setbacks are bound to be there. Bur for a determined government, I don't think it's going to be a hindrance.

  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..



    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.


    To become a superpower, we have to get our house in order first with accountability and transperancy of the systems..


    It's heartening to know that the new government is moving in this direction of a governance of transparency and accountability. Initial setbacks are bound to be there. Bur for a determined government, I don't think it's going to be a hindrance.


    As of now there are far too many controversies surrounding the NDA, no doubt most of it created to put them at a disadvantage ! But we have to see how efficiently they are able to come out of it and this paves the way for future as well !

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    To be super power, we need to concise distance from different parts of world, like speed train or bullet train so that distance of 24 hours can be reduced to 2 to 3 hours. This will make India prosper and in addition to this, self sufficient in energies sectors like wind energy or other unconventional energy sources.

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  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..



    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.


    To become a superpower, we have to get our house in order first with accountability and transperancy of the systems..


    It's heartening to know that the new government is moving in this direction of a governance of transparency and accountability. Initial setbacks are bound to be there. Bur for a determined government, I don't think it's going to be a hindrance.


    As of now there are far too many controversies surrounding the NDA, no doubt most of it created to put them at a disadvantage ! But we have to see how efficiently they are able to come out of it and this paves the way for future as well !


    It's but natural. Others always try to pull the leg of those who try to do something good. NDA should ignore them and concentrate on what they intend to do.

  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    May be this would help to a certain extent to clean up the system and be on our way up ..



    Yes, to a certain extent such measures may help. This exposes how poor we are in utilizing the benefits of modern technology in the most essential places. We claim our prominence in utilizing modern technology. But never put it in practice. Most of our courts still stink with the colonial conditions.


    To become a superpower, we have to get our house in order first with accountability and transperancy of the systems..


    It's heartening to know that the new government is moving in this direction of a governance of transparency and accountability. Initial setbacks are bound to be there. Bur for a determined government, I don't think it's going to be a hindrance.


    As of now there are far too many controversies surrounding the NDA, no doubt most of it created to put them at a disadvantage ! But we have to see how efficiently they are able to come out of it and this paves the way for future as well !
    All these are from news traders who want to create news out of nothing, they are talking about price rise, but not comparing now with previous years inflations and for last two days over 100 locations of Delhi have been raided and people found with storing potato and oinion are now behind bars, but news traders are not writing all these, but Modi government is concentrating in its inherent work of empowering institutions instead of going towards each problem, the recent UGC and DU controversy where the interference of HRD ministry became null and matters resolved by both regualtor and institution.

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  • Re: Is it really possible for India becoming super power?

    by » 6 years ago


    The hunt for food hoarders, fertilizer hoarders has been intensified every day in AP. such intensified hunting was not there earlier. This is just an example to highlight the new government's good intentions to give a good governance. But to make India a Super power, much to be done. At least a starting was done, which was not there in the earlier governments. Even if they were there, they proved to be ineffective.

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