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More than 70% of the population of India is in villages, but supply of electricity is in sufficient amount to the survival, economic and social development and growth. Non-conventional energy sources such as sunlight and wind are ample in India. In future these energies must be utilized for......
1 insight , 7 debates , 4 idea contests , 5 question
We will discuss here about the problem faced by India since his Independence i.e. poverty, education, inequality of income, black money, corruption and many more....
5 insight , 9 debates , 1 idea contests , 4 question
One is facing a murder charge, another has been arrested for abduction, while a third is fighting a robbery case. Welcome to India's general election, where nearly a fifth of the 5,500 candidates face criminal charges.The Indian Constitution allows politicians facing criminal cases to contest......
4 insight , 8 debates , 1 idea contests
Self confidence, Respect of elders, Effective communication, emotional attachment,
20 insight , 5 debates , 1 idea contests , 8 question
Here is a background on the 2G spectrum controversy that resulted in Communications and IT Minister A. Raja of DMK resigning on Sunday: The issue dates to 2008 when nine telecom companies were issued scarce airwaves and licenses for second generation (2G) mobile phone services at Rs1,658 crore.........
4 insight , 2 debates , 1 question
what do you which job is better Govt. or Private?
19 debates , 7 question
1.Why youth is important to our generation today? 2.Why youth bring leadership to other youth?
1 insight , 2 debates
The polls have showed us what are the flaws. The cleanest of parties give tickets to criminals. How can woes of india be solved until we solve the way it is structured?
1 trends , 1 insight , 2 debates
In view of India is already a Global market and We have more than 800 spoken languages in India, what can be our common language for communication. We could not spread Hindi in all states due to controversial approaches. Due to the Influence of the British rule our main medium of language......
This article talks about how the man kind miutilising the water, techniques of tapping the water, possible problems of misutilisation
1 insight , 2 idea contests
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Posted by: Prashant Tajane, Executive Talent Acquisition, Glodyne Technoserve Limited
Wow! Slum Dog Millionaire won the Oscar! What a surprise? Indians are jubilant and proud of seeing their country’s name popping up all over the world. Well, for an average Indian it is definitely a matter of proud because their country is in the......
Posted by: Tharakad Subramanian Hariharan, Freelancer, Freelancer
YES-MEN ORGANIZATIONS Millions of Indians watching the ‘Elections 2009’ show on the TV these days must have gained the perception by now that our major political parties are the classic examples of ‘yesmanism’ so meticulously practised throughout their organizations. Most of the ‘family-run’ Indian private companies can be easily said to be the classic examples of ‘Yes-men’ organizations. The spokespersons of the political parties (they mostly do ‘damage control) generally have a tough time, trying their utmost to defend the ‘statesmanship’ displayed by their political bosses in their recent utterances in the press conference but tragically failed. They consistently fail because they spend most of their time in finding new virtues in their unworthy immature, ‘greatness-thrust’ leaders and it is tough task . An individual placed in a position of authority and status will be surrounded mostly by persons whose main concern is to be on his good books. Incurring his displeasure is a...
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