We Indians are going to celebrate the 60th Independence Day. On this occasion, I want to tell you about the six stories which has gone through my eyes this morning. You just have a look of the nature of the stories.
The first story, as I did yesterday here that US alerts India for more terrorist attacks…,
The second story is about the statement of the deputy-chairman of planning commission Montek Singh Ahaluwalia. He says that India poised for 8.5% growth in 11th Plan…,
The third story is about the damage done because of the Flood, India Inc takes a Rs 25,000-cr hit…,
The fourth story is about the statement of National Security Adviser M K Narayanan that Al-Qaeda network is now present in India…,
The Fifth story shows the failure of the implementation of anti-HIV program that says 5.2 m HIV infected in India…,
And the last story is about a Mother in north Bihar has sold her baby for Rs 21.
This is the irony of India. All the six stories present different dimensions of the development (?) of India. The last one is about the worst ever consequence of poverty even after 59 years of Independence.
Now Indiadaily is asking to you, the common citizens of India, who are going to celebrate the 60th Independence Day. Should we celebrate our independence day?
Just leave the emotional statements behind.
Our great leaders had done more for living us in independent and sovereign India. The biggest question is that what we have done to save our independence and to develop our society and nation.
For this, we should know that what the biggest problems in India are right now.
So, tell us about the biggest problem (according to you) that India is facing and share your views with others. Indiadaily will publish your views here.