Monday, January 30, 2012

Even a general lost faith in the government

 A soldier serves all his life for the country and later has been questioned on his integrity and honor by the government. It’s not shameful but disgusting and Ridiculous. World’s largest democracy is fighting over the age of its General.

Case is not much confusing as it has been. The age of V.K General Singh is confusing even the highest authority, media waala intellectuals. General V.K.Singh says his date of birth is 10-may-1951(well he knows better the date and timing of his birth is not it?)  While government claims are oppose it and says it is not 10-may-1951 instead it is 10-may-1950. In his matriculation certificate it’s 10-may-1951.

Simply means what? Go!! We do not need you any more, we have next general ready for army.

Did not want to criticize about present government (but what to do it always insist me to write against it by its acts). When some of my friends were discussing over this topic one of my friend said “Frankly speaking this government is good for nothing!” she was right and I totally agree with her.

This government is not able to handle anything (the matter which could be solve in the personal meetings with the chief but they did not act like that) but never thought about it that it will even put questions on the integrity and honor of an army man. We still have a lot of respect for the Army and still believe in its integrity.
Some intellectual says “general should not make it a public issue. It is not the discipline at all”. But do they really mean the discipline? Discipline simply means” Right is Right and wrong is wrong”.

Every one has right to knock the door of Supreme Court when one feels something is going wrong against him/her. As a human being he has all rights to drag the government in Supreme Court if he felt government played with his integrity and honor.

He has all rights to retire with dignity and honor. Some says he sold his personal issue and made it public. When a soldier sacrifice his life for the country, a mother lose her loving son, daughter lose her father, sister lose her son and father lose his brave son only for the sake of country then no one wants to tell it’s a public issue.
Then why definitions change occasionally? 

Even a general lost faith in the government. What else left?

Hope he will win the case and there will not be any more question on his integrity and honor because a soldier has a heart that can die for the honor of its country and when it comes on his own honor then he does not afraid from drag the democratic government in court. 
Jai Hind!!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Let'us believe in INDIA

An article by our former president  President A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM(2002-2007) He is the author of 'India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium')I have seen three Indias in my life. The first one was the country of my childhood - a nation ruled by a foreign colonial power. It was a country struggling for independence . That country had a vision for independence which was led by great mass leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

After we got independence in 1947, I witnessed another India. That India was independent but it still strived for recognition as it recuperated from the injustices of the colonial rule that lasted for more than a century. It was an India of hopes and dreams. It was an India that dreamt of having self-sufficiency in food, a strong economy and a position of respect in the international arena, which it really deserved. Many leaders, scientists, servicemen and social reformers worked very hard to build the newly independent nation through economic development coupled with social equity and democracy.

Then I saw the third phase of India, an era which belongs to present-day youth. Now, India is a land of opportunities, growth at previously unimaginable rates, a strong workforce and technological leadership . Six decades back, few would have dared to imagine that a nation of such diversity - often termed by some as an experiment in democracy - would eventually find its place amongst the top economies of the world. Who would have imagined that one day India would have worldclass educational institutions and it would be the first country to discover water on the lunar surface.

The three Indias I have lived in and witnessed are quite different from each other. We have come a long way since 1950, when we became a republic. Of course, there are still many important issues such as poverty , illiteracy and corruption that need to be addressed.

The Indian economy was growing at an average of 9% per annum till 2008. In 2009-10 , our economy was affected by global economic turbulence, but still it managed to grow at more than 7% at a time when many other countries were facing recession . Even in the last quarter of 2011, with the economic scenario in the US and Europe looking quite bleak, India grew at 7%. In the present circumstances, I often ask myself what type of innovation is needed to enrich the Indian economy and make other world economies better. I have been talking about this important issue with many experts including those from the Indian Institutes of Management.

On the basis of these discussions, I believe that our economy will not be affected by the current financial crisis. India will escape this turbulence because of the following reasons:

The liberalization process in India has its checks and balances which are consistent with the unique social requirements of the country

The Indian banking system has always been conservative which has protected from the global crisis The Indian psyche is generally savings oriented and living within one's means is part of our mindset The purchasing power of the 350-millionstrong Indian middle class While developed nations are in turmoil, in India sectors such automobile, cement and financial services have been posting significant gains. We have reached a level of development where innovation has become part of our thinking. Now we need to apply this thinking to rejuvenate the agricultural sector. It's time to make value addition to the agriculture sector and to small- and mediumscale industries and enterprises so that they can all make greater contribution to India's growing GDP.

I foresee tremendous possibilities for creating new markets and jobs. This can be done by tapping the potential of the rural population and by creating more employment in the countryside. There is huge potential for what I call public-private-citizen (PPC) partnerships and international cooperation in these areas.

India's performance in information technology, pharmaceuticals, small-scale industries and infrastructure has given a new dimension to our economy. With a credible legal framework , robust banking and financial system, skilled manpower and a dynamic 600-million-strong workforce , India has become an attractive proposition for the global order.

At the domestic level, India is focusing on bringing sustainable development to its people through rural and urban infrastructure , quality education, healthcare, environmental upgradation, efficiency in public institutions for better and enhanced delivery of essential services on time, reforms in the financial system for better global integration and a proactive regulatory system.

All this is critical to India becoming a truly global player. More than 60 years of democratic vibrancy - which has provided good leadership to the nation -- gives us confidence to manage socio-economic turbulence. It also helps us in providing leadership to 1.2 billion people in a democratic , multicultural, multi-linguistic and multi-religious environment.

With such a positive outlook, here is how I visualize India in the year 2020. Eight years from now, India will be a nation, where The rural-urban divide is reduced to a thin line There is equitable distribution and adequate access to energy and quality water Agriculture, industry and service sectors work together in symphony Education is not denied to any meritorious candidate because of social or economic discrimination

At last would like to say few things :

                                                             "KUCH BAAT HAI KI HASTI MIT-TI NAHI HAAMRI,
                                                             SAIYO RAHA HAI DUSHMAN DAURE JAHA HAMARA!!"
We have to go a long way.let's us believe in INDIA and its hopes for the future generations.

Thursday, January 12, 2012


Let us talk about UTTAR PARDESH as many things are happening there. Chief Minister of UP Miss MAYAWATI have been rusticated her fifty minster who had some charges against them. Well this is not an action to be criticized for. Good move in fact!! That can be a different thing that it was for votes to impress people, to tell them, we do not have any corrupt minister in our party so you can vote for us with out any question about corruption.

RAHUL GANDHI (only one youth the country ever had) is trying to make them happy to say” please vote for us we will give you reservation. We will bring your KHUN PASINE KI KAMAI”. Why they did not get it in sixty years, he did not mention the reason for that?

MULAYAM SINGH YAADAV from SAMAJWADI Party also trying to impress the public to say” vote for us, as soon as we get power we will give 9% reservation to minorities “.  He does not clear who are going to be count in minorities? Is it for economic poor section or just for religion/caste?  Only one thing that seems sticking in the heart of MULAYAM SINGH is that, once he gets power he will only focus on reservation nothing else.

BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party) well do not know what’s going on in the party? NITIN GADKARI wants different thing on which RSS, SUSHMA SWARAJ and L.K ADVANI do not seem agree on. Did not hear much about their agendas in UP.UMA BHARTI is trying to impress people by opposing FDI (foreign direct investment) and hard decisions she made when she says” if congress will allow FDI in UP ,I will burn all as I do not afraid to get jailed”. Wow!! Neta ho to aise !!
Actually  one thing is common in the agendas of all political parties is that ,no any party talks about POVERTY, KUCHHA ROADS, ELECTIRCITY, WATER, EDUCATION, HEALTH basic things that is required to make the development of the state.

Secondly no any political party is trying to tell the public why they all are focusing only on reservation? Is this the only thing that can bring improvement in the state?

Thirdly no any political party is telling is that “In how many years they will make UP a better state?

Fourthly no any political party is telling about their agendas how they will achieve their goals? In fact they should tell it how they are going to help the people by reservation or how it will be beneficial for the development of UP?

Fifthly every political party is blaming on other parties for the pathetic condition of UP and no any one is going to accept is that “it is not the people who are responsible for the condition, these ministers and their policies are the only reason for that pathetic condition”.

Latest but not the least is that even ELECTION COMMISSION also making news in UP. S.Y.KURESHI (election commissioner) ordered the government to cover all ELEPHANTS STATUES as it has been considered the sign of BSP (Bahujan Samaj Party). More then one crore rupees have been spent on making those statues and now crores of rupees have been spent to cover all up. It is nothing more then the wastage and misuse of our tax money.  Election commission should think about it when these statues were being constructing. It is just wastage of money and not a good decision (from my point of view). As a person writes” imagine what a job election commission will have as if it asks all of us to cover hands around elections because it is a congress sign. Weird!!”
“Election commission has no right to cover that up. By the same token election commission should cover up all statues of NEHRU-GANDHI FAMILY “.
Now end the chapter here. It will be good to see who will get the power in UP and how they will change the state (hope in positive manner), because now we have been tired from the religion, caste, language, region politics, we just want development far beyond this reservation.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

we the youth count passion

Was reading an article in news paper, I got very much impressed and tried to write some thing out of that impression “WE THE YOUTH, COUNT PASSION”. we the Youth of today is very much ambitious, some time emotional, very much focused about career and future, a confidence and trust on us to do some thing in life. We are self centered but we care for our parents and are concerned for the country. We are modern but we do respect our elders always. We know where to draw a line for us and what’s our limitations .we know when we should stop and when we need to run.

We are very much curious (that is very much important thing to learn some thing new in life) and want to know every thing about the matter out of curiosity. We do not hesitate to say “we need more improvement in us, in country and around us”.   
We like competition not with our self only.  We like to compete with the world.

We always want to do some thing for the nation whether it is about to make aware the citizens by SOCIAL NETWORKIGN SITES or it is in our real lives to be a sincere student, a sincere doctor, an engineer, a teacher, a aware citizen etc. We like to give hundred percent to every task. For us social networking sites are not just an entertainment in fact we want to learn new thing here every day.
 For us passion, talent, knowledge and country are every thing. Now we do not run after money.
When we choose a career for our self we choose it not because of money but we choose it because of our interest and passion. We know we will be responsible for our life, but we do not afraid from taking risk. May be it is because of our self confidence.

We know that we will surely do some thing in life with our passion, confidence, talent and knowledge.  I have seen many youths who gave up their 5lakh rupees package because for them money is not every thing in life. It is passion and talent that counts. We the Youth of today want to give the society what we have taken from them, whether it is educating poor children in our free time or it is about to gave up our lakh rupees package and serve ourselves for the country.

 Because we love our motherland, society and the people who made us some thing. We believe that koi bhi desh perfect nahi hota use perfect banana padta hai for that we are always ready to bring a change by changing our self.