Zakir Naik-A fck who uses his medical degree as a cover to propagate his false religious stupidity and beliefs.No offense to my fellow Muslim brothers ,but he one is surely a SOB.Dr Zakir Naik Fan club, i imagine it would be filled with close minded stupid zealots
India is corrupted to its core, its not possible to save this country. NO PARTY CAN DO IT. The overpopulation, and the mentality of greed will always prevail. Democracy will be the death of us.what is one positive change BJP will bring to the country, and by when will they do it?
India is on 85 and China is on 100 with a change of 2 and 4 points respectively against corruption from 2013 to 2014India is corrupted to its core, its not possible to save this country. NO PARTY CAN DO IT. The overpopulation, and the mentality of greed will always prevail. Democracy will be the death of us.
Critics say that in the quest for big-ticket industries, from automobiles to so-called ultra-mega power projects, the state government has neglected basic social infrastructure such as education and sanitation. They say there has also been a price to pay for rapid industrialization—displacement of poor inhabitants, for instance. Sceptics question whether the Gujarat model can even be implemented on a national scale. “Numerous initiatives that the state of Gujarat has taken in recent years confirm the unqualified faith of the rulers in the workings of the market and in the capacity of the private investor to meet the development needs of the state,” said Atul Sood, a professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi and a contributor to the book, Poverty Amidst Prosperity: Essays on the Trajectory of Development in Gujarat. “As a result, governance in Gujarat has been fashioned to the needs of the private investor with public investment taking a back seat. So unquestioned is the faith in private investor that the investor is not just bringing the investment but also deciding the priorities of development,” Sood said.
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Despite the bold warning from the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report of the catastrophic impacts of rising temperature on the global climate, Narendra Modi's Government is all set to enact changes to weaken the existing environment and land acquisition laws of India, in order to promote industrialisation and ensure high economic growth, allege activists and environmental experts.
Dubbing the entire Gujarat model hollow and substantiating their claims with a slew of statistics, some said that under the current Bharatiya Janata Party regime, the State has seen the closure of more than 60,000 small scale industries in 10 years and a massive mounting of the debt. They said even if one was to go by the Government’s own numbers between the years 2005-06 and 2010-11, growth in the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) in agriculture and allied sector was only 3.44 per cent.