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  1. jirqoadai's Avatar
    After they killed 35,000 of their own, or before?
    If you hadn’t noticed, this blog was written because I was locked out of the ” Indians “ blog.
    Updated 02-12-2019 at 06:45 PM by jirqoadai
  2. Trinnity's Avatar
    Plenty can go wrong. What do you think will go wrong?
  3. Trinnity's Avatar
    No one reads these blogs. Please participate in the forums. Welcome.
  4. jaydeep khare's Avatar
    Dear Sir,
    As per our great Indian Scholar Swami Vivekanand all human being are born equal irrespective of cast creed rationalism and color, come to your question about NRI feeling superiority is doubtful as we Indians genetically polite easily dissolve with others, secondary about Indian poverty & pollution status now the things are changing rapidly soon we proudly stand in the line of developed country..

    Thanks
  5. Trinnity's Avatar
    The government’s flagship schemes Swachh Bharat (clean India) and Sakshar Bharat (literate India) are two sides of the same coin, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursday. “You can’t have awareness in the minds of boys and girls unless they are made aware of their responsibilities,” Mukherjee said at an event here to mark the occasion of International Literacy Day.Though efforts have been undertaken in imparting literacy, still India continues to have a large illiterate population. The literacy rate was 18 per cent in 1951 and increased to 73 per cent in 2011, according to census. The gender differential was 25 percentage points in 1961 and reduced to 16 percentage points in 2011.


    “Substantial progress has been made for female literacy, but it is still not at par with male literacy,” the President added.Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar in his address said that children are catalysts of change and can drive literacy similar to how they are promoting Swachh Bharat mission. “India has 27 crore students in the school and higher education space, at the same time 28 crore adults are not literate,” said Javadekar said. “While laying emphasis on literacy, there are other things which are closely related such as cleanliness, environmental consciousness, inculcating civilisational values. These must be pursued together,” said Mukherjee. In order to generate momentum and achieve ‘literacy for all’, joint efforts need to be taken by the government, NGOs, local bodies and volunteers, etc.

    Swachh Bharat and Sakshar Bharat are two sides of same coin: President - The Hindu BusinessLine


    I have a question for you, @jaydeep khare. Why do Indian nationals in America look down their noses at us and consider themselves superior to us when your country has some of the worst poverty and pollution in the world?
    Updated 02-12-2019 at 11:38 AM by Trinnity
  6. Trinnity's Avatar
    As long as you don't spam the forum, you can post about Indian politics. If you attempt to sell anything here, you'll be banned immediately.