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  1. There must be some other reason for NPAs increasing then. Which sector do you see giving jobs to youths. Why do you think the GDP is less by 2.5% and unemployment rate is highest in 45 years.
  2. How is it better than UPA days? How do you take the discrepancy in numbers, in stricter words blatantly hiding the data. Are staunch supporters ok with it?
  3. You guys are still at war Blaming the entire Canadian Sikh community for the one odd incident here and there is unfair. You have stayed there @Muloghonto what have you seen to make it so bitter. Canada is very sensitive to any religious event. We can also go there and make Akhand Bharat statements, hardly anyone will bother there while the subcontinent countries will make a lot of noise. They take it as something religious for the respective community. How should it matter to them as long as there is no violence.
  4. Anyone who is a staunch supporter of current PM, share how they feel about the discrepancy on the numbers for GDP, Unemployment rate and NPAs
  5. Awesome work. Does this factor washouts. Can be done based on weather forecast or pc of washouts till now.
  6. It obviously was withheld. GDP and unemployment numbers are known every year. Unemployment numbers were leaked unofficially but government dubbed them as fake. In my opinion, Pain will stay till manufacturing picks up strongly. I don’t see a single sector which is creating a plethora of jobs
  7. https://www.livemint.com/news/india/india-s-gdp-growth-overestimated-by-2-5-during-2011-2017-arvind-subramanian-1560239804132.html India’s statistics may have been painting a far rosier picture of economic growth than the more modest reality of the past decade. The nation has held the crown of the world’s fastest-growing major economy until recently, but a new study by former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian says the expansion was overestimated between 2011 and 2017. Rather than growing at about 7% a year in that period, growth was about 4.5%, according to the research paper, published by the Center for International Development at Harvard University. The overestimation occurred after the previous Congress-led government changed the methodology in calculating gross domestic product in 2012. One of the key adjustments was a shift to financial accounts-based data compiled by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, from volume-based data previously. This made GDP estimates more sensitive to price changes, in a period of lower oil prices, according to the research paper. Rather than deflate input values by input prices, the new methodology deflated these values by output prices, which could have overstated manufacturing growth.
  8. Venkaiah. 3 to 4 years back Naidu jee made a promise will spread Hindi to all corners of India. hindutva brigade on ICF was going Gaga.
  9. He just needs him at night time. Injury wouldn’t matter.
  10. Don’t these idiots know the concept of a reserve day. What could possibly stop playing a reserve day
  11. Finally someone here saying the right thing with regards to this match. Although this is unlikely to happen given the money involved but this is what we should have done after Pulwama and Balakot
  12. Next time anyone comes to impose Hindi, ask them pushpafalalankritayee ka sandhi viched batao. Seedha UP bhaag jaayega wapas
  13. Inko chai ka cup chahiye to bhej dete hain. Itni mehnat kyun Kar rahe hai chai ke cup ke liye.
  14. Itna bura WC hai ki Indra Dev roz su*** Kar rahe hain WC pe. kya bakwaas hai. Match dhoolte jaa rahe hain. Itna Sab hone ke baad India Pakistan bhi dhool gaya to Sab taali bajayenge.
  15. Yeh Sab Sehwag ne shuroo kiya tha jo ab khud pakistaniyon ke saath uth baith raha hai
  16. This isn’t such a big loss. Wasn’t batting well. Bowling will be missed but can be compensated by Mitch
  17. Yeh Mayanti Langer Stuart Binny ki nikar itni upar kyun pehan ke aayee hai?
  18. https://thewire.in/women/india-a-killer-country-for-the-girl-child?fbclid=IwAR0bD1IfEQQvxDUq6o2AF1YWxV4czstwUL-G8roFOAZEHIKeKDv0ESVprgg To end this vortex of violence against our daughters, the government and civil society need to work towards finding community supportive solutions and better policing. Why are the 'stricter laws' to curb sexual violence against women not working? Photo: Reuters Rashme Sehgal LAW SOCIETY WOMEN 2 HOURS AGO India was ranked the most dangerous country in the world for women in 2018 by the Thompson Reuters Foundation poll. If events over the last few weeks are anything to go by, India has become a killer country for the girl child – who is being raped and murdered across Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, often over petty family disputes. Take the case of the 12-year-old girl who, on June 7, was dragged out of her home in Kushinagar district in the Gorakhpur constituency by six men and allegedly raped. The suspects reportedly had an altercation with the girl’s family over the construction of a drain. The two main accused are on the run while the girl is undergoing treatment at a local hospital. The following day, on June 8, a ten-year-old girl was found dead at a cremation ground in Hamirpurin Uttar Pradesh. Her family has alleged that she had been raped before being murdered. Also read: No Country for Women In Jalaun district, adjacent to Kanpur, the naked body of a seven-year-old girl was found on June 9, fuelling suspicion that she too had been raped before being murdered. Here again, the father of the girl told the police that his daughter’s killing was the handiwork of his neighbours with whom he had had long standing differences. On Saturday, June 8, the abduction, rape and murder by strangulation of a ten-year-old girl living in a Bhopal slum created shock waves. Her body was found in a sewer and was apparently dumped there by a labourer who had received assistance from the girl’s father. In another case in Madhya Pradesh, a four-year-old girl in a village in Jabalpur was allegedly sexually assaulted by a 16-year-old boy. This happened on June 9. Pragya Thakur, the BJP MP from Bhopal, visited the victim’s home to extend her sympathies. As a representative of Bhopal in the Lok Sabha, Thakur would be well served to remember that Madhya Pradesh tops the graph for crimes against women. The National Crime Records Bureau statistics highlight that MP records the highest number of rape cases in the country and accounted for 4,882 rape cases in 2016. From these, 2,479 cases were rapes of minor girls. The case of the three-year old girl in Tappal in Aligarh who was murdered and left in a garbage dump is also continuing to make headlines. She went missing on May 30 and her body was found on June 2. The post mortem examination confirmed death due to strangulation. The police have so far ruled out any sign of sexual assault, but the possibility is still under investigation. Again, this young child paid the price for a financial altercation between her family members and the accused over a loan of Rs 10,000. An attempt is being made to communalise this murder: Hundreds of young men reached the Tappal border on Sunday and Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Sadhvi Prachi was stopped from visiting Aligarh. UP has witnessed a 400% rise in cases of child rape in 2016, according to NCRB data, which shows that while 20,000 children were raped in 2016, the figure stood at 10,934 in 2015. Many of these rapes have ended in the murder of the child victim. While India recorded an increase of 65% in rape cases from 2010 (22,172) to 2014 (36,735), Uttar Pradesh recorded an increase of 121% from 2010 (1,563) to 2014 (3,467), according to the NCRB data. Rapes by juvenile offenders increased from 1,688 in 2015 to 1,903 last year – almost a 13% jump. Also read: Rape of Minor in Kashmir: State Forensic Lab Rubbishes SKIMS Report, Confirms Assault The question that begs to be asked here is why the ‘stricter laws’ to curb sexual violence against women are not working. The new rape laws, issued in 2013, had mandated shorter trials and stricter punishment for rapists. When asked about why so many rape cases are resulting in the murder of the victim, Dr Rajesh Kumar, head of the Society of Promotion of Youth and Masses, which works with juvenile delinquents and murderers in Tihar Jail, said: “When the rape law was being amended in 2013, I had pointed out the pitfalls of tightening the law. If the victim survives, she will be a witness. The rapist therefore finds it more convenient to eliminate the witness. For many of those who commit these crimes, there is little difference between living on the streets or spending time in a jail. ” Children take part in a protest against the rape of an eight-year-old girl, in Kathua, near Jammu and a teenager in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh state, in New Delhi. Image: Reuters/Cathal McNaughton Kumar also believes the time has come to ban access to child pornography. “The West has strict laws against access to child pornography. In Germany, you get a life sentence if you are caught viewing child pornography. The law needs to act on this front,” said Kumar. Rebecca John, a senior advocate at the Supreme Court, feels that these crimes point to a larger picture. “The numbers of rapes are so large that we need to look beyond the immediate causes and go into deep rooted issues. There are high levels of unemployment, a huge amount of economic distress combined with the fact that India has the highest levels of mental health problems in the world. What has the state’s response been to these problems? Deafening silence. Increasing levels of punishment is not the answer,” John said. “Our society is imploding as happened to Sri Lanka earlier. Competitive democratic politics has created these divisions and this is leading to the destruction of the normative framework of our society. Unfortunately, we have a police force that collaborates with the majority community as they have been doing from 1947,” said political psychologist and social theorist Dr Ashish Nandy. But Jaipur-based woman activist Dr Renuka Pamecha believes there are other undercurrents which must be addressed. “During the 1970s, we approached the state government to set up Mahila Salaah Aur Suraksha Kendras in police stations where aggrieved women could receive immediate assistance.” Also read: Kathua Rape and Murder Case: Six of Seven Accused Convicted “Imagine our horror when Vijaya Raje Scindia slashed the funding for this scheme, as she did for many other women-oriented initiatives. She showed no sensitivity towards their sufferings,” said Pamecha. Similarly in Bhopal, local activists point out, while former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had launched a slew of pro-women schemes in his first term as chief minister, in his third term, the funding for pro-women schemes was substantially slashed. Communalisation of rape Few cases captured the imagination of the country as the Kathua rape case did where an eight-year-old girl was brutally gangraped and murdered in Kashmir. A special court on Monday convicted six of the seven accused; three have been sentenced to life imprisonment. Once again, the case was communalised so much that the Hindu Ekta Manch organised rallies in support of the accused. The extent of pressure being exerted on lawyers and the victims family can be gauged from the fact that the trial had to be shifted to another state. Attempts to communalise rape cases must be come to an end. More so, the government and civil society need to work towards finding community supportive solutions and better policing as two important steps to end this vortex of violence against our daughters. Rashme Sehgal is an author and a freelance journalist based in Delhi.
  19. What surprises me is that the organizations which went on strike to support these rapists, then have not been punished at all
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