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  • Re: Mars mission- some questions raised.

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    mohan manohar
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    India definitely has a large population of poor and hungry people and government needs to focus on uplifting the status of such people. But equally important is expenditure on science and research and space adventures such as Mars mission. Poor can be easily fed with the money that is stolen by the dirty politicians and there is no need to cut expenditure on science research which are very essential. People spend way more money collectively on diwali crackers, on Bollywood movies, on cricket matches than is spent on science. So social activists should take their agenda outside cinema halls where stupid movies are shown and deter people from watching mindless violent films.
    India is not poor country like Somalia, it is a developing country, large chunk of populations could not have a strong life what they wished to do, as most of governments have been taking welfare mesures, that will eradication hunger deaths.

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    India definitely has a large population of poor and hungry people and government needs to focus on uplifting the status of such people. But equally important is expenditure on science and research and space adventures such as Mars mission. Poor can be easily fed with the money that is stolen by the dirty politicians and there is no need to cut expenditure on science research which are very essential. People spend way more money collectively on diwali crackers, on Bollywood movies, on cricket matches than is spent on science. So social activists should take their agenda outside cinema halls where stupid movies are shown and deter people from watching mindless violent films.
    India is not poor country like Somalia, it is a developing country, large chunk of populations could not have a strong life what they wished to do, as most of governments have been taking welfare mesures, that will eradication hunger deaths.


    In India it's not so. Most of the welfare measures failed to function due to ineffective implementation.

  • Re: Mars mission- some questions raised.

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    India definitely has a large population of poor and hungry people and government needs to focus on uplifting the status of such people. But equally important is expenditure on science and research and space adventures such as Mars mission. Poor can be easily fed with the money that is stolen by the dirty politicians and there is no need to cut expenditure on science research which are very essential. People spend way more money collectively on diwali crackers, on Bollywood movies, on cricket matches than is spent on science. So social activists should take their agenda outside cinema halls where stupid movies are shown and deter people from watching mindless violent films.
    India is not poor country like Somalia, it is a developing country, large chunk of populations could not have a strong life what they wished to do, as most of governments have been taking welfare mesures, that will eradication hunger deaths.


    I am not comparing India with Somalia or other similar countries which are nothing more than a chaotic banana republic. Yet, we cannot ignore the fact that populations of poor and hungry far exceeds rich, well-off and middle classes! There are simply too many relief, employment, feed-the-poor schemes designed by the government and those schemes have caused more damage than anything else. These schemes have only caused poor people become more lazy and deterred the youth from doing any actual physical efforts.

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


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    Government schemes, are making poor poorer, India has two sides one is Bharat which is the real side and the other side is India which feels it is growing and some feel that India is a richer country. I think, if all corruptions are halted then those money can be routed to the rich benefits of poor and downtrodden.

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    Government schemes, are making poor poorer, India has two sides one is Bharat which is the real side and the other side is India which feels it is growing and some feel that India is a richer country. I think, if all corruptions are halted then those money can be routed to the rich benefits of poor and downtrodden.


    Riches are not the only index of development. See the advanced nations. They owe their development equally to riches and scientific development. If India wants to develop, corruption should be curbed and the scientific and technological development should be given top priority.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Mars mission- some questions raised.

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    Government schemes, are making poor poorer, India has two sides one is Bharat which is the real side and the other side is India which feels it is growing and some feel that India is a richer country. I think, if all corruptions are halted then those money can be routed to the rich benefits of poor and downtrodden.


    More than such so-called helping-the-poor schemes, efforts need to be focussed more on making the poor more self-reliant and enterprising, especially the young men whose energies are diverted towards pointless show of strength in political rallies, alcoholism, Bollywood cinemas etc. If they were taught the values of physical labour with honesty and integrity, they would [profit more and thus help our country advance more.

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


    Thank you said by: mohan manohar

  • Re: Mars mission- some questions raised.

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    Mars orbit raised successfully, this is the second change of track of Mars orbit, in total six change of tracks to be done before orbit reaches Mars.

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    Mars orbit raised successfully, this is the second change of track of Mars orbit, in total six change of tracks to be done before orbit reaches Mars.


    ISRO scientists are very confident of "Mangal Yan's success." right from its count down. Now seeing the results so far we can conclude the entire Mission is going to be a thumping success.

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    mohan manohar
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    Mars orbit raised successfully, this is the second change of track of Mars orbit, in total six change of tracks to be done before orbit reaches Mars.


    ISRO scientists are very confident of "Mangal Yan's success." right from its count down. Now seeing the results so far we can conclude the entire Mission is going to be a thumping success.
    Still a long way to go as the most critical part is the entrance of Mars atmosphere, scientists are confident of doing it, China congratulate India on this and hope for a joint Mars mission in future, this is surprising as China always worship might and India should learn from this in every sphere be it military or some other else.

    http://mohanmekap.com/


  • Re: Mars mission- some questions raised.

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    Mars orbit raised successfully, this is the second change of track of Mars orbit, in total six change of tracks to be done before orbit reaches Mars.


    ISRO scientists are very confident of "Mangal Yan's success." right from its count down. Now seeing the results so far we can conclude the entire Mission is going to be a thumping success.
    Still a long way to go as the most critical part is the entrance of Mars atmosphere, scientists are confident of doing it, China congratulate India on this and hope for a joint Mars mission in future, this is surprising as China always worship might and India should learn from this in every sphere be it military or some other else.


    India need not lear anything from China. Rather India has taken some tips from NASA at he stage of development Mars yan.

    Thank you said by: Devyani Sarkar

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