Jan 29, Vaidehi Sharma rated it really liked it Phenomenal is the word for this work. Talking about the story we have Shantanu and Nishi whom you can refer to as main leads in this book. Although I would like to highlight a point that author has not discriminated in characterization, despite of including a helluva characters in the story.
The incomes of these people have risen, while for the vast majority unemployment is growing.
Government schools remain neglected while a growing number of luxury private schools offering foreign certification are sprouting across the country. There are new cars with a whole array of safety and luxury features, but public transport is still terrible.
Given these vast glaring inequities, how can one say India is shining? Millennium Campaign which recently opined that shining India will be hard-pressed to meet any of the Millennium Development Goals MDGs to which it is committed, by In particular the NDA government and the India Shining campaign gloss over the low priority given to education in a nation in which million citizens are below 19 years of age.
According to the Economic Survey statistics, for the first time in recent memory the aggregate national centre plus states outlay for education has dipped below the 3 percent of GDP threshold, plunging from 3.
Build your dreams, spread the enthusiasm and make India stronger and shine even better," says the education component couched in generalities of the India Shining campaign.
The government is using it to derive electoral advantage which is not right. Apart from this I see nothing wrong with it.
But I do feel this campaign is unethical in its timing.India Shining - Kindle edition by Alcatraz Dey. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading India Shining.
India Shining (Hindi: भारत उदय) was a marketing slogan referring to the overall feeling of economic optimism in India in The slogan was popularised by the then-ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the Indian general elections.
India Shining (Hindi: भारत उदय) was a marketing slogan referring to the overall feeling of economic optimism in India in The slogan was popularised by the then-ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the Indian general elections. India Shining. Poem by Hitendra Mehta. India Shining: India, my motherland best as any mother To me, at par with best world over India's invention.
NDA's 'India Shining' campaign of has an instant recall value. No other campaign has been as talked about as the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government's bid to retain power through its sumptuous and flashy ad blitzkrieg.
An important component of the current election campaign waged by the ruling Hindu supremacist Bharathya Janatha Party (BJP) has been its “India Shining” advertising promotion, hailing the successes of the Indian economy and featuring the happy faces of contented and well-fed middle-class Indians.