All these agitations to “go backwards” have their genesis only in one folly of our ruling elite: The Socialism
Modi is alone. Alone in trying to do what is good for the country. But he must plod on, because that is what his duty to his motherland is calling him to do. That is what voters elected him for. Any compromise with the mafia that is permanent ruling elite of India will finish both-Modi and the country.
The Left, through its control of media, makes sure that destructive results of its policies are never traced back to its policies. What is happening in Greece is the result of socialism playing out in the city square. But you won’t know that by reading papers or watching TV.
Mumbai. India’s financial and entertainment capital gets flooded at the mere hint of Monsoons, every year. What are the lessons we refuse to learn as it throws life out of gear in one of the busiest metros of India?
Is it that if government becomes effective, there is no corruption in PDS, etc., and governance becomes world class, and persons manning the government become totally selfless and integrity personified; Socialism will succeed?
Indian Railways intrigues both, the politicians and the public, alike. Almost every Minister for Railways soon after taking charge appoints a committee to study it, and public never seems to learn about it beyond the TTE (travelling ticket examiner) they chase for that elusive berth.
Successive Indian governments have more often than not, overlooked the military requirements of this nation under the pipe dreams of peace prizes and statesmanship. It's a soldier who's had to pay the price for the ambitions of their political masters.
A system that may be very effective for a small sized entity may simply break down when adopted for a larger one and vice versa.
My first memory of school is of the day I was literally dragged by four boys to the primary school in our village, and as they handed over their find to the headmaster, of being slapped real hard by him.
The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would hear the cases in which Environmental clearance is given or withheld by the concerned authorities, to ensure that there was no arbitrariness in the process. But devil always lies in the details.