! I wonder whether the politicians can realise this fact or not. This gives India the ability to address their problems out in the open and renew and adapt to changing circumstances. The issue is not to become a superpower, but is to increase the prosperity across all segments of population. Money earmarked for development, anti-poverty programs, energy security and economic growth is being stashed in accounts of corrupt officials and leaders. Infrastructure development is also rapidly expanding across the country, providing more opportunities for investment, job generation, and an increase in production of commodities.
If only they would have concern themselves with political issues - then there is nothing stopping us. The Indian Navy is the world''s fifth largest navy. England gave them democracy, justice and a will to succeed, just as they did for so many countries around the world. Unlike America, India is a different story. But for the country to take advantage of its size, it must sign a free trade deal with itself. We still are lacking behind but i know we will do it one day. India might face the severest of hardships but an average Indian would still be smiling.
Can a country which witnesses such clashes so frequently be a superpower? And the number of people who live in abject poverty in India has fallen to around 350 million. Let us know how well India is doing in this sectors and understand how far we are from becoming a superpower. The current Indian service boom based on cheap labour is not sustainable without a cash cow - just look at the dot com bust to see what happens when the cash cow runs out. The term corruption is in born in the society. On all counts the tribals were found to be more disadvantaged.
This time India can choose to copy the mistakes of the United States in its development, or it can learn from them to ensure that all of its citizens reap the benefits of development. India will need to provide opportunities for their youth, or that huge population could become a source of instability. Disputes with neighboring countries- India should settle down all disputes with its neighboring countries. Likewise, the citizens of Poland spoke Polish, were almost all Catholic, and often detested Russia and the Russians. It was the third Asian nation to send satellites into space after China and Japan in 1970, starting with Aryabhata in 1975. Labor laws are even worse. My reasons are: Geographical constraints: The United States shares land borders with strategic partners - Canada to the North and Mexico to the South , and a territorial water border with Russia in the North West, and two territorial water borders in the South East between Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas.
India still need to reform many things in order to become a superpower especially when it comes to diplomatic and soft power influence. This is comparable to graduates of top American business schools such as Harvard, Stanford and Dartmouth—testimony to the market value of Indian talent in this area of study. These morbid factors certainly take away some of the sheen from Shining India. Japjit, San Francisco, California An increasing number of multi-national corporations are flocking to India to tap into the one-billion strong consumer market, and to take advantage of a very well educated middle class that costs a fraction of educated workforces in other countries. Still, there are lots of challenges in the country which need to be resolved first to fulfill the dream of becoming a superpower in 2020.
Devlopment is like river, and river has a nature ,it always find a way,no one can stop river to stop find its way. Maintain friendly relation with P5+1: India needs to maintain friendly relations with all P5+1 members, which include United States, Russia, United Kingdom, China, France, and Germany. This need should be satisfied first. However, in a recent article written by Khanna, he says that India, along with China, will grow ever stronger, while other powers, like Europe, muddle along. India was not expected to survive as a democracy; but it has.
The implementation of quotas in education, public and private sector are the best way of telling people that this country would rather play caste-based politics than reward the meritorious. Racism exists to a great degree in India. Lets hope for the best. That question is prompted also by the spectacular success, in the short term, of the Indian economy, the impressive growth rates of the past decade, the entrepreneurial drive manifest in such crucial, cutting-edge sectors such as information technology and the creation of an ever larger and ever more confident middle class. Despite being plagued by problems of corruption, erosion of democratic and secular values, and internal strife, there is still hope for the nation to become a big power if honest institutions are strengthened, summarised the panelists. Approximately 65% of its population is below the age of 35, and 50% of the population under 24, which adds ridiculous amount of numbers to workforce.
With all its force and efforts, India still needs to do a lot to improve its rural infrastructure. Everything is so hyped in India from cricket to film stars, Superpower is another hype. As the world's largest economic power, China is expected to remain ahead of India, but the gap could begin to close by 2030. In 2017, Center for International Development at Harvard University, published a research study, projecting that India has emerged as the economic pole of global growth by surpassing China and is expected to maintain its lead over the coming decade. Every political party wants to be in power for their prestige but not to help people and solve their problems. Social Rights — The country is not seeing too many good examples as far as the topic of social rights goes. In the field of education, India is surely a role model with its variety of institutions for studies in many subject fields to show the path for other developing countries.
The greatest problem in India is corruption and not population. Deshpande, said that organsiations that work are more harmonious in India. China is controlling their billions by their Single Child Policy. Intervening governments have been less committed to reform. All successive governments have failed to tackle these issues. Writing for , former British Ambassador to Brazil, Peter Collecott, identifies that Brazil's recognition as a potential superpower largely stems from its own national identity and ambition. A closed economy gave way to liberalisation in the 90's and since then, India has registered a growth rate exceeding 8% every year.
Politics will be a big hindrance for this to happen. India still has a long way to go to become a superpower. There are over 40% villages in the country where the children are deprived of education. The Naxalite movement has penetrated the domains of policy makers, judiciary system, media, youth organization, human rights etc. Russia has, however, shown a slight population growth since 2012, partly due to immigration. India has possessed nuclear weapons since 1974, when it did the Pokharan I nuclear tests, and the means to deliver them over long distances. It is a renowned fact that the medical school in New Delhi is perhaps the best in the world and the technical graduates of Indian Institute Of Information Technology in Bangalore are as good as any in the world.