Problems in India

India is not only a country where the majority of its population is young, but it is also still a developing nation. Due to many reasons,our nation is riddled with all kinds of different problems. Some of these issues are new, while a few are continuing since the British rule. Discuss and share your views and thoughts about what plagues our nation today.
Tammana  Naga D Rao
Tammana Naga D Rao commented on the blog by Nina S
1 hr ago
Nina S - Dear Mohd Aqil Malik, why did you slap Gauhar?
The problem with us Indians is that we think we are the standard bearers for our identity, however skewed it is. First there is the religious identity, then the regional identity and then there is the 'Bharatiya' identity which is itself sub divided. With a such a schizophrenic outlook, it's no wonder that we forget to live our lives outside of these socially accepted norms. It's no wonder that a man like Mohd Aqil Malik was outraged and managed to climb on stage and slap Gauhar Khan in his more »
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Neda Sayed
Neda Sayed and 3 more commented on the discussion by Jia Sen
on Dec 17, 2014 , 06:36 pm
Jia Sen - No security at Ajmeri gate metro station!
The picture below is of the scanner in one of the busiest metro stations in the capital and it is not in working condition. After all the blabbing and talking about development by the Modi government, a simple thing like this not working could more »
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Mangesh Patil
Mangesh Patil and Kamlesh Kamlesh commented on the discussion by Gurpreet Singh
on Dec 17, 2014 , 05:00 pm
Gurpreet Singh - Shocking: Man behind the ISIS Twitter account is an Indian!
Shameful! It turns out that the man handling the ISIS Twitter account is an Indian and a British news channel broke this shocking news! The man in question is Mehdi Masroor Biswas, a Bengaluru executive. His Twitter account was reportedly followed more »
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Gajendra Rajput
Gajendra Rajput and 2 more took the poll by Gurpreet Singh
on Dec 17, 2014 , 04:49 pm
Gurpreet Singh - Is Delhi the most lawless city in India?
Yes, maximum number of crimes happen in Delhi
No, there are other cities that do not follow any rules
Can't say
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Sayyed Riyazuddin
Sayyed Riyazuddin and 2 more commented on the poll by Gurpreet Singh
on Dec 17, 2014 , 04:24 pm
Gurpreet Singh - Is Delhi the most lawless city in India?
Yes, maximum number of crimes happen in Delhi
No, there are other cities that do not follow any rules
Can't say
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