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Training for a better tomorrow 16 October 1 Lawyers need to be equipped with the right skills if we are to reap the benefits of liberalization, writes Ojasvita Srivastava Much has been said and written about the liberalization of the Indian legal services sector. However, there is little discussion about the systemic changes needed in legal education and training to cope with liberalization. Ojasvita Srivastava From an economic perspective, liberalization is the need of the hour. These figures do not reflect well on India given that India has the second largest number of legal professionals globally after the US.

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December 23, 6: A prosperous India is definitely a great benchmark for other countries to emulate and showcase ourselves as a leader on the leader-board.

A bullet train is certainly one such answer to the doubting thomases of the world that India as a country India tomorrow think beyond and emerge as a great leader. It looks good for a moment and surely these are good and great achievements for each of us Indians to savour.

Bullet train between Ahmedabad and Mumbai make not much of a sense. Thats because, both the cities are highly developed. And what more development should India tomorrow make to increase the GDP of the country.

Instead, borrowing the Chinese model, our leaders should make an attempt to bring forward the un-developed and under developed cities to their full potential. Let there be a bullet train that connects the east and west of the country, Mumbai to Kolkata for example.

Its the apt situation and apt medicine for the development of the country.

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Next Bullet train should be between Kolkata and each of the Seven Sisters of the North East India, that is dying for development and the most neglected part of India.

We will surely see a jump in the development of the country. However, more than the bullet trains, there are more pressing concerns that the country is facing today. The only successive health campaigns, so far implemented that have shown tremendous results are polio and leprosy.

Many more such diseases and health concerns like Malaria, TB, HIV, cancers etc have yet to see such successful implementations.

One great way to implement health programmes in India would be making birth events of every citizen a compulsory notifiable event. Let this education be free of cost to all Indian citizens. All health institutions should provide health services that includes diagnosis, surgeries and after surgery care, at the most affordable prices.

Advertisements October 26, Is it going to be the neta who is holding the emotional card? Is it going to be the neta who is hoping against hope to wipe their tears? Both netas seem to be in a hurry and are in the parties that are riddled in corruption and crime.

Either way, the common man suffers.

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And, poor Gandhiji must be running pillar and post in the heavens to set things right back in India. The question is, what if the middle path is chosen by the common man. That is neither of the above. A government full of regional parties. This is more difficult than the dilemma solution. Every party would like to have its own pie.

People will surely be forgotten. The Chow-chow parties have never been successful due to the pull and push of the regional agendas. All in all, who is to be blamed. Only wish, we still had great leaders like the great Shri Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel and Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri, the only leaders who never thought of themselves, but of the people and country.

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Only wonder, why new leaders cannot emulate them completely. Sab kuch seeka humney, na seeki hoshiyaari… Apart from the 3Cs, Polarisation is the new catch word of the day. Every leader seems to be polarizing the people. When will the aam Aadmi become hoshiyaar?

The note for vote started it all. And from then we have seen many shams, scams and what not. Vote dho aur Roti, Kapda, Makaan free lo. Wish this will also become a reality one day.

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