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India Struggling With Its Never Ending Issues..

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Today India is struggling hard to resolve its internal conflicts than the external issues. India may look united but people with various interest have eaten it up from inside...

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Mukul Mehra  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
i think we should mark a clear line between who should be transferred and who should not be transferred because womens these days face several problems in government departments due to such transfer issues they are not able to maintain a balance...
Anand Balasubramanian  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
Currently it is 3 years, but I guess it is only for the officers, not for the clerks and below them. It should be extended to all levels. They should not be allowed to continue in a place for more than 3 years. If the continue, they would...
Shilpa Jain  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Its not that easy....every 5 years change their postings....but you cant change every government officers post here right then it will be a bigger problem to relocate for them and their family every five will be chaos on the personal...
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By : V kumar
Srinivas suravajhala  |  Argues in support of  "PEACE"  |  1 year ago
Religion is to lead life in disciplined way. Religion is to know the unknown  the super power behind the creation of the universe. It is not easy to know about the unknown. Among many crores, only one could able to understand that unknown. These...
Vinoy Scaria James  |  Argues in support of  "CONFLICT"  |  1 year ago
Unfortunate to vote on this side. Religion is sadly a source of conflict. Because people do not think deep into the religion and fight over the greasing on top without understanding the engine behind it.
Manorama  |  Argues in support of  "CONFLICT"  |  3 years ago
Most of current and well-established religions are like that, except ‘MahaDharma’ –the religion of human being. ‘MahaDharma’ is for becoming proper human being – for human well fare, not for worshiping of God. ‘MahaDharma’ is the way of a better...
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It is because of highly inefficient Delhi Police and Delhi Government. And also on top of it, instead of initiating appropriate and stern actions, useless statements made from time to time by useless...
By : Suresh Prasad Gupta
Dhiraj Himani  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
It's the government due to which today scenario is worsening.
Deepak Kakran  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
Police should not come under the state government, it should work same army. All the rules which are applied in army, should also applied in the Police Department. Whenever we say any Army person, we feel respect for him from heart, but when ever...
Gopala Krishnan.H  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
Just like the transfer of IAS officers, the whole police force must be centralised, transferred in rotation to random states, enmass from DGP to constable level. It may look a bit costly paying relocating charges. If properly budgeted, and make...
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Y.V.BHARATH PRASANNA  |  Added idea  "Strict rules"  |  3 years ago
If the person is participated in any scam he will punished, without this there is no change, these court, laws& sections doesn't make any we are seeing telecom scam by raja he was enjoying the day as usually.govt should take a decision...
phanindra  |  Added idea  "participating in real politics."  |  3 years ago
Indians main problem is they start to think about a person as a great one if tens of famed people start praising them for nothing. who is sonia to lead our country? why an educated guy like manmohan cant take decisions on his own? why sonia every...
Latha Baskar  |  Supported idea  "HOW TO PREVENT RECURRENCE OF SCAMS?"  |  3 years ago
Good equation vinay but unfortunately thats true for India. Can't do anything !!!
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yes (equality matters ) 
 no (social reform not yet achived)
By : Ranjeet Singh
parimala.c.wagh  |  Argues in support of  "no (social reform not yet achived)"  |  2 years ago
Mohan Murari  |  Argues in support of  "yes (equality matters )"  |  3 years ago
Its Congress Politics, right time started 50 years back........I agree with you RN sir,
Munshi Ramchand  |  Argues in support of  "yes (equality matters )"  |  3 years ago
Muralidharan is right, this was meant for only 10 years and after that it got extended because politicians found it as a 'cash cow'. suppose there were 5 people A,B,C,D,E who were to be uplifted through 'reservation'. 'A' used it to get...
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India should retaliate China continues its policy of needling India on various issues   India’s China policy is going nowhere. The Chinese have bluntly declared that they will continue with their policy of issuing stapled visas as usual. Now the ball is in the Indian court. The Indian pride is at stake. And it is not 1962 when Indian troops fought the Chinese without rudimentary battle uniform and were mauled.   India has to retaliate in such a manner that it hits China hard. Nothing will hit China harder than a new Indian position that it is no longer for one-China policy. India has to come up with a double T-dose of Tibet and Taiwan to deal with China’s sole T-obsession: Tawang, a part of...
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 not so uncommon
Suryanarayan Murthy  |  Argues in support of  "not so uncommon"  |  3 years ago
The most uncommon thing is common man is not worried about price rise, 2G scam, CWG scam, bofors scam, corruption, rape or murder in the neighbourhood.. he doesn't protest.. just murmurs and continue doing his work. Once in 5 years goes to the...
Neha Choudhry  |  Argues in support of  "not so uncommon"  |  3 years ago
The uncommon is the way the common man, collectively, has become a herd, waiting for others reactions before speaking, altering his views according to what pleases others. In short, becoming a people's person even if he has to kill his conscious...
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yogeshwar  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
S1 also known as S1 Television is an indian 24 hours Hindi news channel launched on 6th August,2005. It was an initiative of Senior Media Limited owned by Vijay Dixit. Mr.Dixit is the CMD of the Senior Group. The channel was launched in 2005 and...
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Hi friends,I got this wonderful piece of information wanted to share with you all...plz give your opinion after reading.... The exact period of Vedas, Upanishad, Ramayana, or Mahabharata may still be a matter of debate, but no body can deny the fact that during all these periods feeding a hungry person was treated as a greatest service to man kind. “Anna daanam mahaa daanam” is a very popular Sanskrit verse which has motivated millions of Indians to perform this divine act and in ancient India in most of the temple premises there were annadana centers. But, things have changed drastically and now we can see very few temple premises which run annadanam schemes. Healthy rural Indian economy h...
Renee: CEO Life Coach  |  Commented  |  1 year ago
There needs to be more positive things done to help India's poor. ~Business Management Consulting & Strategic Planning Services For CEOs:
Munshi Ramchand  |  Commented  |  3 years ago
we are in the year 2011, we will continue our poverty eradication program into 3011 and 4011. Good luck.
s.Jayakumar  |  Commented  |  3 years ago
Yes. After attaining independence, we have taken sufficient loan and grants from the world bank and other countries. Instead of distributing those wealth to end the poverty of crores of poor people, the money has been blocked by the...
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Mohan Murari  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
This "Hindu Terror" word itself is coined by Congress to capture muslim vote, so far they have been successful.
Denny Joseph  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
I appreciate your zest in defending hinduism. I dont think anyone should make such statements regarding terminating members of another community curbing their population. We all need to realise that : THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUSLIMS...
Ayan Choudhury  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
No way, there is nothing called as Hindu terrorism out there, there are few organizations which are interested in protecting hindu values thats it. They are just targetting RSS here in this regard, where as Lashkar e toiba one has clear cut...
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