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Point program of reducing Corruption

Posted by Neeraj Singh on August 18, 2011 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (1)

"Expecting Corruption to completely be rooted out of a society is a dream every mind can fantasize about, for it is the mind that Corrupts not an act", says the author. But there are definitely ways that one can put in the process to reduce it to the extent possible. Lets understand bit by bit. It's just author's view & you can add to it as you deem fit.

  1. Automate the Delivery system with proper checks & Balances thru Govt wide ERP tool to remove BABU RED TA...
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Distinction between Sentiments & Practicality

Posted by Neeraj Singh on August 14, 2011 at 5:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Anna Hazare will start his "Anshan" from the 16th Aug. I would rather call it as a resumption of the earlier one at Jantar Mantar. What we saw in between was a daily Opera Soap with dialogues between the government & the society, accusations, cross accusations, heightened politics & what not. While Anna & his team have done a commendable job in bringing a lokpal bill in the parliament for discussion & in all fairness it will get passed too with few modifications here & the...

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Party Politics must GO

Posted by Neeraj Singh on May 21, 2011 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (0)

I am sure I won't be too incorrect if I say that in today's political process within the country, it's the political party that plays a bigger role than the candidate himself. Most of the voters don't necessarilly vote for an individual rather the banner under which he is fighting. The cadre votes & the caste votes are mainly reserved for some of the specific political...

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Reforms are needed in India: Not just Electoral, Political too

Posted by Neeraj Singh on April 16, 2011 at 5:38 PM Comments comments (0)

Today we are plagued by many an issue with the contemporary practices within Indian Political & Electoral system. It ranges from the type of candidate to their affiliations, Populism, Criminalization, Regionalism, and Casteism amongst other issues. I have tried putting my views below on some of these concerning issues.

REGIONAL POLITICAL OUTFITS:

They must go. Regional political outfits have created further divide in the nation th...

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Indian Agriculture: Ways to look forward

Posted by Neeraj Singh on March 19, 2011 at 8:07 AM Comments comments (0)

Indian agriculture, by far, has been the most neglected sector within India since independence. You have both school of thoughts in India. Those who aspire to revolutionize everything by industrialization while there are few who still think that the Indian agriculture can be salvaged.

To salvage anything for that matter, certain basic requirements are needed:

  1. One must not have a large degree of dependency on the external factors. Even If the external factor / environment...
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There needs to be a correction in the State Subjects?

Posted by Neeraj Singh on October 9, 2010 at 3:12 AM Comments comments (1)

We are diverse & naturally we find our unity in the existing diversity, at least we attempt to. Being diversified is not wrong but then managing it is definitely a challenge when it comes to the law & order as well as Education. Lets take Law & order first.  

 

We have different law & order issues within different states. Some of the issues are on the pretext of militancy while some are naxalite affected, some have in-house race to fight on geographi...

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