Where do we stand

Looking at the world today, one question I as an Indian would like to ask to myself is; where do we stand or where do India stand in the whole world. There are many ways we have progresses in like: IT, Bio Technology, Economy etc but we are still lagging in erms of poverty, women welfare, politics, corruption, cleanliness. These are somethings which is not possible by 1 or few people but every indian must understand the responsibility of making our nation stand tall in the world in all terms. So, every indian has to do his or her bit to make it better. We must fight corruption, we must keep cities clean, we must help poor & needy. And we can do it by supporting the right things & not supporting the wrong ones like corruption.



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3 Responses

  1. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    Yes we have grown by leaps and bounds in several fields. BUt I would disagree on the development in economy. Development in economy encompasses all the people and from all places, which is not so. What you see is only places like Bangalore, and the metro cities. There are several rural areas all over India, which are very very backward, in education, infrastructure, health care and economy. I would say atleast 40% of our population are below poverty line.

    IT, BPOs, IPL, F1 Team etc are not true reflection of our economy.

    Unless we throw out the current lot of politicians, the progress will only be very very very slow.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  2. lkjhgf says:

    The condition of our country was very much worst than it is right now. With that condition also India have improved a lot, it will take time but it will improve in the lagging sector too.

    The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize.
    -lkjhgf

  3. betterlife says:

    Sometimes I feel that India’s progress in various fields has been largely due to the personal initiative of some individuals. Credit for this can not be given to the government and society at large. Rather they have failed in their basic responsibility sectors, poverty alleviation, primary education, primary health, safe drinking water, housing etc. Looking from this angle, it will not be correct to call India a developed nation.

    “प्रेम करो सबसे, नफरत न करो किसी से”
    “Love all, Hate none”

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