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Old January 22nd, 2011, 01:07 AM   #1
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India Development - Constructive Ideas

Request all the forumers to Share their constructive Ideas or other ideas /movement which you have come across which are worth sharing and inspiring !!

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How to reduce Corruption , Increase personal safety ??

We have many solutions for corruption but most of them are long term and more costly to implement

Short term fix.

Now since webcamera's have become so cheap and all the offices have internet, why cant webcamera's be installed in every government office ? Police station and relayed through youtube or some video sharing channel ? I am sure there is nothing secret happening in government offices and police stations ? And everybody will think twice before doing any mistake since public has a eye on them.

I think this could be done without spending much and will be effective in controlling corruption and personal security for millions of indians.

Increase personal Happiness and boost tourism!!

In USA we have almost all government holidays on weekends (Friday or Monday) , eg memorial day , thanks giving etc , they have planned it so that it falls on a weekend.

Because of this we always get continuous 3 or 4 days holidays and we can always plan for a long tour , this results in domestic tourism and economy gets boosted. For last thanks giving they projected 40 million people travelled and the sales were around 400 billion US$.

Why cant the same be implemented in India like the Republic day , Mahatma Gandhi's birthday etc ? I Agree Aug 15 is so special it cant be changed.

This could be done with 0 rupees cost , but can result in crores of worth of tax money to government and thousands of jobs in tourism in india.

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Chris Devonshire-Ellis: Contrasting India and Chinaís National Day Celebrations
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While China turns to partial lock down in the lead up to the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People‚Äôs Republic of China, India last Saturday celebrated her 62nd year of independence. The two anniversary celebrations cannot be more different.China is starting to restrict entries to foreigners; particularly journalists during their anniversary and other sensitive parts of the country, like Tibet, Xinjiang and Beijing. Media access will be restricted with military and police presence likely to be overwhelming. Social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook are blocked, as are video sharing services such as You Tube.In moves that would bring down the government in India, human rights lawyers in China being detained and barred from practice. There have been Chinese protests in Australia against the screening of a documentary on the exiled Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer. India meanwhile has had to endure comments from a quasi China government backed website calling for the nations ‚Äėdismemberment‚Äô in order to protect Chinese interests.When I mention that You Tube and Twitter are blocked and internet access is restricted in China, friends and colleagues in India just laugh. Paranoia, a ‚Äúnanny‚ÄĚ state, and a disbelief that people would tolerate a one party state- although Indians of course endured their version under the British Raj- brings a knowing raised eyebrow that the Chinese are, well, perhaps potentially unpredictable.The unpredictability, Indians feel, represents a danger. When one contrasts the build up to the Chinese anniversary and the Indian one, it‚Äôs hard not to see that particular point of view may have some merit. While we have to wait for the pomp and circumstance of the Chinese anniversary, we have been promised a massive military parade which apparently includes a display of ballistic nuclear weapons.We‚Äôll also have to wait for the political rhetoric to justify that, but no doubt ‚Äúnational security‚ÄĚ and a whole hearted assault on people to be patriotic towards the Communist Party will be very much in evidence.Those issues gives a cause for concern when Chinese anniversary preparations are compared against the preparations that occurred in Delhi on Saturday. China intends to command its people to be loyal to the party for the benefit of national security and a ‚Äúharmonious society.‚ÄĚ On the other hand, India‚Äôs Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, had to justify to the Indian people why his party were in power and what they intend to deliver to the people of India.In terms of the actual event, it began by Dr. Singh paying homage to the man considered the nation‚Äôs father, Mahatma Gandhi, at the Gandhi memorial. The PM then traveled to the Mughal-built 17th century Red Fort in Delhi and unfurling the Indian national tri-color flag from the rampart of Lal Quila. He then gave his speech, the highlights of which we discuss below.Around 700 people, including school children clothed in the national flag as well as political VIPs and diplomats, packed the enclosure facing the Fort. There was no display of nuclear or military might; largely because the Indian government does not require such statements to be made to its own people. The Indian government retains their own confidence purely in the system of elected government, although the Prime Minister did inspect the Indian honor guards lined up to meet him.In terms of Dr. Singh‚Äôs speech to the nation, it represents his promise to the Indian electorate, and the words that his party will be held accountable in next three and a half years. This is different to China‚Äôs own National Day, where the onus is on following the Party line.Below are notes on the highlights of Dr. Singh‚Äôs speech addressing various categories:General Promises to the People* Nation building will be our highest duty;* No one will go hungry;* Will ensure that benefits of development reach all sections of society and all regions and citizens of the country;* Every citizen of India should be prosperous and secure and be able to lead a life of dignity and self respect;* Special care to be taken of needs of women and children. Benefit of ICDS (integrated child development services) to be extended to every child below the age of six by March 2012;* Government should be sensitive to people‚Äôs complaints and dissatisfaction but nothing is achieved by destroying public property and indulging in violence. The government will deal firmly with people who indulge in such acts;* Seek active partnership of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in the development process;* Schemes for the welfare of the minorities to be taken forward;* Funds enhanced substantially for special schemes for development of districts with concentration of minorities;* Will take care of the special needs of the backward regions with redoubled efforts to remove regional imbalances;* Special efforts to strengthen administrative machinery for rural programs;* Benefits of good programs will not reach the people till the government machinery is corruption free. Public administration to be more efficient;* Need to improve delivery systems to provide basic services to citizens;* Renewed efforts to decentralize public administration through Panchayati Raji (de-centralized) institutions and to ensure greater involvement of people;* Initiative will be taken for a new partnership between civil society and the government so that tax payers‚Äô money is better spent;* Right to Information Act to be improved to make it is more effective and enhance accountability and transparency.Financial*Restoring growth rate to 9 percent is the greatest challenge we face. We expect that there will be an improvement in the situation by the end of this year;*Appeal to businessmen and industrialists to join in effort to tackle difficult situation and fulfil their social obligations.Agriculture and¬ Food* This year, there has been deficiency in the monsoon. We will provide all possible assistance to our farmers to deal with the drought;* Date for repayment of farmers‚Äô bank loans postponed. Additional support given to farmers for payment of interest on short term crop loans;* We have adequate stocks of food grain. All efforts will be made to control rising prices of food grain, pulses and other goods of daily use;* Country needs another Green Revolution. the goal is four percent annual growth in agriculture; achievable in the next five years;* Food security law to be enacted under which every below poverty line family will get a fixed amount of food grain every month at concessional rates.Medical* National Rural Health Mission to be expanded to cover every family below the poverty line;* No need to panic in the face of H1N1 flu. No disruption of daily lives.Education* Right to Education Act enacted, funds will not be a constraint;* NREGA (national rural education guarantee act) program to be improved to bring in more transparency and accountability;* Special attention to be given to the needs of disabled children;* Secondary education will be expanded to ensure that every child in the country benefits;* Bank loans and scholarships to be provided to the maximum number of students;* New scheme to help students from economically weaker sections get educational loans at reduced interest rates; will benefit about five lakh students in technical and professional courses.Housing* Additional funds allocated for Bharat Nirman (rural housing) program for the development of rural and urban areas to be speeded up;* Rajiv Awas Yojna (a slum free India in 5 years) program is now being launched.National Infrastructure* Accelerated efforts to improve physical infrastructure; construction of 20 kilometers of national highways every day;* Railways have started work on dedicated freight corridors;* Road, rail and civil aviation projects being implemented in Jammu and Kashmir and the northeastern states will be specially monitored.Energy, Environment and Climate Change* India will meet the challenge of climate change through eight national missions;* The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, aimed at increasing the use of solar energy and making it affordable, will be launched on Nov 14;* Need a new culture of energy conservation;* More attention to programs for water collection and storage. ‚ÄúSave Water‚ÄĚ should be one of our national slogans.Security* Security forces being constantly upgraded to root out terrorism;* Redoubled efforts to deal with militant activities. Will extend all help to the state governments to make their police forces more effective;* Those who think that they can seize power by recourse to the gun do not understand the power of our democracy;* Will endeavor to remove those causes of social and economic dissatisfaction which give rise to problems like Naxalism (separatist group);* Bill to prevent communal violence has been introduced in parliament and efforts will be made to convert it into a law as soon as possible;* Recommendations of the committee on ex-servicemen‚Äôs pensions accepted; this will benefit 1.2 million retired soldiers and JCOs;* Unique Identification Authority of India set up. First set of identity numbers expected to be available in the next one to one-and-a-half years.Women‚Äôs Rights* Feticide is a shame on all of India. We must eliminate it;* Government is committed to the early passage of the Women‚Äôs Reservation Bill;* Working on legislation to provide 50 percent reservation for women in rural and urban local bodies;* National Female Literacy Mission to be launched; aims to reduce female illiteracy by half in three years.Regional Concerns*Government constantly endeavoring to make the northeastern states equal partners in the country‚Äôs progress; without their well-being, the country cannot move forward;* There have been two elections in Jammu and Kashmir in the past year Ė for the state assembly and the Lok Sabha (Parliament) with the people participating vigorously. This is proof that there is no place for separatist thought in the state;* Will endeavor to ensure that human rights are respected in Jammu and Kashmir and all its citizens are able to live in peace and dignity in an environment of safety and security;* Want to live in peace and harmony with our neighbors. Will make every possible effort to create an environment conducive to the social and economic development of the whole of South Asia.Dr. Singh‚Äôs speech dealt with specific development issues. One has to bear in mind that because of¬ India‚Äôs independent media, his government will be called upon and questioned in the event they do not perform to any of the intended goals. In contrast, criticism of the government in China by state-controlled media is very rare. Consequently, the monitoring of government performance in China remains inadequate, while in India, press freedom means that government criticism is loud and ongoing, tempered only by elections.Of the issues that Dr. Singh mentioned, several stand out in contrast to the expected Chinese rhetoric. In terms of government administration, the Prime Minister mentions that greater communication and dialogue would take place between the government and social organizations for better understanding of grass roots issues. The difference here is that grass roots organizations are managed by citizens in India and not government bodies. Of note in particular is the onus on such citizens bodies being able to overview and provide input into how the local government allocates its taxes.In China, such mechanisms would be considered subversive. It is hard to imagine a Chinese government official tolerating such behavior. When occasionally attempted in China, such individuals are usually jailed and sent for ‚Äúre-education‚ÄĚ in labor camps. Also worth noting are several comments devoted¬ to India‚Äôs minorities, and specifically the acknowledgment that the country must do more to distribute wealth.Part of the problems in Xinjiang, and to a lesser degree in Tibet in China has been to do with not enough wealth being spread areas by the Chinese government, who continues to specifically describe and name its minorities. In Dr. Singh's speech, he does not mention specific tribes or races, and refers to them all as Indians. Dr. Singh also spent specific time of the issue of women's rights. China generally does not feel the need to do so, yet female infanticide still remains a serious issue in China‚Äôs own rural areas.A crucial difference between India and China is that Dr. Singh also talks of strengthening the Freedom of Information Act, in order to increase government transparency and accountability to the people of India. It is hard to imagine Hu Jintao making such a statement.
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Old January 24th, 2011, 11:33 PM   #4
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As far as constructive ideas... I have one that would not only make people healthier, but would will also keep the roads clean.

Ban chewing of PAN!

People will have better teeth to show for, which means good over all health, and streets would be clear of that mouth diarrhea.

Now, if thats too much to ask, since Pan companies and even people protest the complete ban on Pan (which probably violates freedom), then at least ban people from spitting in cities and major public areas.

Also ban public pissing.
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Old January 30th, 2011, 08:23 PM   #5
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Protests in India against government corruption

NEW DELHI ó Thousands of people marched through New Delhi and several other Indian cities on Sunday to protest against corruption in the country's government and state bodies.

Public anger has grown over the long-standing issue of graft in India after a series of high-profile scandals and revelations of financial mismanagement that have damaged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's administration.

The rallies in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and other cities called for an effective anti-corruption agency to be set up to counter the culture of bribes and scams that affect the everyday lives of many Indians.

"This campaign is neither aligned to nor against any political party," the umbrella group organising the protests said in a statement.

"We feel that every political party has misused its position whenever they have been in power or otherwise. Therefore, it is extremely important that the citizens of this country unite to demand systemic changes."

Recent corruptions scandals include the cut-price sale of mobile phone licences, which may have cost the treasury as much as $40 billion, and allegations of widespread corruption related to the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

About 5,000 people attended the rally in central Delhi with other similar gatherings in cities across India on the anniversary of the death of independence leader Mahatma Gandhi, who was shot dead in 1948.

Demonstrators carried placards reading "Sack and jail the corrupt" and "Enough is enough".

Politicians and business leaders have said corruption in India is slowing development and threatening the country's future economic prosperity.

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It reminds of how French people in the 1770s or 1750s marched against the government to overthrow it. People were sick and tired of the massive corruption in France. So, they came together united in groups to challenge the system to finally overthrow it. Europe 200-300 years ago was an extremely corrupt society and their leaders used to spend time having sex and orgy most of the time without any regard for the common man. People could no longer take it because the situation became unbearable and all the options were gone for the people. So, they all came out on the streets as one.
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Old February 2nd, 2011, 02:32 AM   #6
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Effective management is key: Bhatkar
Snehlata Shrivastav, TNN, Jan 28, 2011, 07.53am IST

NAGPUR: India cannot repeat the same mistake like the United States in managing its resources. It has to use them intelligently and judiciously to come out successful from the energy and environment crisis the world is facing.

Vijay Bhatkar, president of Vijnana Bharati and the man who gave the country its first super computer, told TOI after the culmination of Rashtriya Urja Jana-Jagriti Abhiyan in the, that the world was facing an energy and environment crisis but science will successfully bail the mankind out. "India specially needs to manage its resources wisely and cannot afford to commit the same mistake as the US. Scientific community is working hard on better and renewable sources of energy. Major breakthroughs are expected in nano-science and technology sector which will change the energy sector,'' he said. Following the UN objectives the other areas where the country needs to move wisely are water, habitat, agriculture and biodiversity.

However, Bhatkar feels that the government needs to set a precedent by using 'green technology' first to involve masses in the change that it expects from people. It should be rating its own establishments and buildings based on their utilisation of renewable energy sources. "Beginning with gram panchayat buildings to the highest offices, the switchover should be visible in government sector first," he said.

Better known as the architect of Param series of supercomputers in India, Bhatkar, the former director of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing ( CDAC), Pune has been making efforts in taking science to people. But he too admits that it is for the first time that the scientific community could reach the masses at such a large scale in the country through a single event, the 'urja yatra', involving more than one crore population covering 8,000 kms across 18 states. "The yatra was a grand success. The response was unbelievable in rural areas. People are ready to switch to newer sources of energy. We only need to take the right information to them. We are working towards the concept of developing technology enabled villages," said Bhatkar. They were amazed to see the vehicles running on biodiesel and demanded better and cheaper technologies in agriculture and energy.

Solar photovoltaic cells, light emitting diodes and biofuels will be utilised on a large scale. The government already has a solar mission in place which plans to introduce at least 25 GW solar energy by 2023. Bhatkar told TOI that scientists and technocrats attending the three-day India International Energy Summit (IIES) at VNIT.

Read more: Effective management is key: Bhatkar - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz1Cky6XyPu
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Manivannan IAS relays his office activities live through internet with CCTV hooked to a website- Thanks and hats off to you sir. Will others follow ?

http://ibnlive.in.com//videos/142465...l-website.html

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Old April 14th, 2011, 12:40 AM   #8
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Proper Marketing Department.

I believe in india we are not doing proper marketing for various public assets.
Every organization should have proper marketing department ( I dont know whether it is there or how functional it is ) and should employ the business gurus to market them.

For e.g , IPL , the same cricket remained in India for 50+ years , Only after it was marketed as IPL by Industry people with proper business strategies , cricket gained popularity like it ever had before and the revenue and tax for the government has doubled ? tripled ?

Everybody is now blaming that with 2G india could have got 1,70,000 crores , antrix devas deals again another 1,70,000. With 3,40,000 crores and proper spending india could get out this poor country tag overnight . So again here with proper marketing department the situation could have been avoided.


Few examples i have come across personally which could be easily marketed.

1) I am checking my parent's passport status through online website ,in Last two months i have checked atleast 100 times till now (so i am sure
the same with 1000s of other people)

And the status page is just a plain webpage nothing marketed in that

( I believe airlines , travel business people will find this place as heaven to market their products).

2) Similarly the visa status page , it is plain , this again could be marketed to get money.

There could be 1000's similar to this , this could be identified only when there is a extra eye i.e a proper marketing department to look at each as a asset and how well it could be marketed.
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Old April 15th, 2011, 01:33 AM   #9
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Inter linking of rivers

What melts in the great Himalayas shall get salty in Kanyakumari.

When are we going to link our rivers?
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Old April 16th, 2011, 04:42 PM   #10
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I believe linking rivers is a wasteful exercise. Not only will it spell doom for local ecosystems of the rivers but it'll alos mean doing the more expensive work when you can overcome the problems of urban flooding and scarcity with relatively cheaper infra projects.
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I think where India lacks today is manufacturing. I mean we have a great consumer market and yet we don't do our own manufacturing. Consider this- China is shifting onto a local consumption type of market only now. With rising cost prices (and if chinese don't shift to a consumer type of market) china's exports may become 'too hot'. But in India, if we shift to manufacturing, our local demands can take care of rising labor costs. Also labor costs will happen very late cuz of a large cache of laborers expected to join the workforce in the next decade.

We are industrializing very slowly. You see inefficient and unorganized labor activities cuz the labor-intensive manufacturing sector is yet to get going. You see two people at toll booths where one is required. You still see a lot of extreme poverty amongst progress. This needs to change unless we want a rich-poor civil war of sorts.

Also, while I'm looking forward to DMIC, my personal hope is to see a Delhi-Kolkata Industrial corridor (lol). That'll really open up the hinterlands.
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Jury System Like USA.

Justice delayed is justice denied . In India most of the cases take lots of time to arrive at judgement . During this time lot of changes happen e.g government changes , judges change , investigating officers change etc. This is because the judge has lot of burden in understanding the case and arrive at appropriate decision .Lack of number of judges as well add to that.

Solution : Why cant judicial system with juries be implemented in India. In jury system, group of normal citizens participate in a trial and arrive at a decision based on the evidences put in front of the court and give a verdict . The judge based on the verdict arrives at the appropriate punishment. This enables faster processing of cases.

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Jury System Like USA.

Justice delayed is justice denied . In India most of the cases take lots of time to arrive at judgement . During this time lot of changes happen e.g government changes , judges change , investigating officers change etc. This is because the judge has lot of burden in understanding the case and arrive at appropriate decision .Lack of number of judges as well add to that.

Solution : Why cant judicial system with juries be implemented in India. In jury system, group of normal citizens participate in a trial and arrive at a decision based on the evidences put in front of the court and give a verdict . The judge based on the verdict arrives at the appropriate punishment. This enables faster processing of cases.
Who will be on the jury? the same people who vote to the person who gives them the most booze in an election campaign?

out in the west, everyone tries to get out of jury duty. you would spends ages on trying to decide a jury before getting to the actual trial. it could actually delay justice even more.
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There are big malls and big markets ,tall buildings and big avenue they all develop the Indian real estate business.

Hi,

Can you explain how this is related to constructive ideas for development of india ?

It this is just posted by mistake , can you please remove it ?

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Who will be on the jury? the same people who vote to the person who gives them the most booze in an election campaign?
1) We just saw in tamil nadu election that this was not the case.

2) Thanks to our population of 1.2 billion even if there are 10 million who supports the people giving booze there are equal or more good citizens who are enough to be juries for all the cases existing in India.

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bwahahaa..
TN... right.. so they elected the less corrupt party. people forget that even amma has been charged for corruption

the middle class cant be bothered to vote ( 5 mins job).. you think they will spend time away from jobs to be on a jury? how will they be compensated? will the daily wage people want to go on a jury? trials last months. during those months, how will you enforce that juries don't get intimidated or tainted/influenced.

Jury is a great system, but not the way to speed up the court cases. simpler laws, efficient & honest police, good forensics evidence gathering & strong conviction rates are better approach. oh & get rid of nonsense PILs,
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What melts in the great Himalayas shall get salty in Kanyakumari.

When are we going to link our rivers?
Agreed this could be the one which changes India from developing to developed nation status. Unless India becomes United States of India this is not possible.
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@sgups

My logic is simple if you want to do a job quicker , see whether the job can be split and given to many people or find a machine/software to do that job. I see this cannot be done by a machine so natural alternative would be many resources.

And my answers inline.

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the middle class cant be bothered to vote ( 5 mins job).. you think they will spend time away from jobs to be on a jury? how will they be compensated?

Just a reminder India is not US , there are millions of educated people registered in employment offices in india anticipating a job and even a daily wage , 10 days jury job a month is a big job.

will the daily wage people want to go on a jury? trials last months. during those months, how will you enforce that juries don't get intimidated or tainted/influenced.

Once the juries come into play the trial period will reduce , ofcourse there will be exceptions , sensitive cases the juries can be made secret.

Jury is a great system, but not the way to speed up the court cases. simpler laws, efficient & honest police, good forensics evidence gathering & strong conviction rates are better approach. oh & get rid of nonsense PILs,

Laws , Police , Forensics existed for the last 60 years and simpler , efficient , good these things if it cannot be found in 60 years it cannot be done in another 100 years

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If we had webcamera's/CCTV inside police station ,either this incident would not have happened or by now the case should have been solved.

Teen Killed inside police complex.

http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/158957/...nd-murder.html

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Said Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Sri Jayant Prasad Srivastav while addressing a program in Dhulikhel of Kavre District, August 16, 2012, that ďIndian government has always been in favor of prosperity, development and stability of its neighbors.Ē
Jokes in series. Brajesh Mishra will surely bite his tongue.
With Indiaís tacit linkages with the then terrorist declared Nepalís Maoists now standing exposed, the Indian ambassador should have quietly sneaked out from the host country rather than defending Indiaís dubious stand regarding its neighbors, claim critics.
Recall, June India-Maoists June 2002 Treaty.
He added at the program organized to celebrate Indiaís 66th Independence Day, ďIndia will always provide a helping hand towards Nepalís independence (swadhinta) and affluence.Ē Boldai Ma K bigrancha ni?
By the way, the bitter fact is that majority of Nepali citizens feel that India itself is a major threat to Nepalís sovereignty and independence.
But, said His Excellency Prasad, ďthere are enormous challenges to Nepalís prosperity and development thus there is no alternative to unity between Nepalís political partiesĒ. True!
Another bitter allegation that India faces in Nepal is that it is India that keeps Nepalís political parties at bay to keep Nepal destabilized.
Experienced truth.
To end the transitional period, suggested Prasad, peace and constitutional processes must be completed at the earliest. Very true!
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