Its worse than Facebook or smartphone, this is the ultimate misuse of data
Friday, 23 March 2018
Posted by Geetha at 04:57
Its computer age and when we give our data away to facebook we have given our mind away too. These are challenges to democracy. Can there be democracy with this kind of influences
Posted by Geetha at 04:44
Friday, 25 August 2017
Posted by Geetha at 12:26
Sunday, 2 July 2017
After demonetization policy implemented seven months ago, this is going to affect Indian economy in a big way. Although it is assured that in two years after GST, economy will improve, there is no guarantee. Because economic forces all around the world is going to affect India drastically.
India needs a different strategy for growth. Like we need to teach the small entrepreneurs to make products which can be exported. Fertilizers(chemical) will be provided to the farmers without tax and with subsidies. But the chemical harms the people who consume the crop used to grow on these. There is no promotion for natural fertilizers like neem or organic fertilizers like cow dung. All these is not thought through. God save us from these policies.
Posted by Geetha at 10:14
Friday, 9 June 2017
Posted by Geetha at 20:22
Friday, 24 February 2017
It has become a custom to associate India with extreme poverty, over-populated cities, terrible pollution and so on. But the reality that Indian mind is brilliant is not at all publicized. Even if it is not know or popularized, Indians are fine scientists, engineers, doctors teachers and excel in all professions. Urban India did very well.
Rural India is not doing well. Not enough schools for the common person. Rural employment schemes like MGNREGA are failures. While given chance of good school, Indians achieve great deal, nation's development scheme like the MGNREGA have failed to a great extent. Infrastructure created like roads and wells are not good enough to be used. There are leakages because of which the poor are not benefiting from the schemes. Industrialization of farms has not taken place. Thanks to the climate, enough crops are produced to support the population of India. And many agricultural products are exported too
Posted by Geetha at 01:24