@amjath @Anorion ,never see anything with a narrow point of view for there is nothing in this world for which you can not get a justifiable disapproval.every thing comes with a price.creation & destruction go hand in hand.more people have been killed in car/automobile accidents than in two world wars put together but nobody asks for ban on automobiles.farmers & small scale industries not adapting to modern economic & technological trends are destined for extinction.
& if you think environment has absolute dominance over development rest assured that poverty & other side effects of poor development will kill people faster & more than any natural calamity in near future.
The same theory should apply to large scale industrialists and businessmen also. Govt. should never interfere with so called stimuli, packages etc. to revive dying private corporations/entities and should just let them die natural deaths. But what happens is exactly the opposite. Spicejet comes to mind. Also the environment norms set by the previous Govt. is nowhere as stringent as the existing norms in West. No point weakening them further.
Economic stimuli in form of tax break etc. are okay as long as it benefits the mass, not the individuals. But again that's hardly the case in this country.