Social Problems in India

As a developing nation, India has observed endless social problems, one leading to the other. Female infanticide, poverty and unemployment are just some ofthesocial problems plaguing India.
Rajeev Kumar
Rajeev Kumar and 3 more commented on the discussion by Piyali Bannerjee
1 hr ago
Piyali Bannerjee - 'India worst country to live in'
I wish I could immigrate to another country and not live in this disgusting country called India. What is so great about India anyway? I mean it is plagued with corruption,poverty, criminal offenses, diseases. The standard of living here is more »
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Kiranmai Batlu
Kiranmai Batlu and 3 more commented on the poll by Priyanka Sharma
1 hr ago
Priyanka Sharma - Do you support liquor ban in Kerala?
Yes, total liquor ban is the need of the hour
No, a total liquor ban isn't going to make a difference
Can't say
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Kiranmai Batlu
Kiranmai Batlu and 4 more took the poll by Priyanka Sharma
1 hr ago
Priyanka Sharma - Do you support liquor ban in Kerala?
Yes, total liquor ban is the need of the hour
No, a total liquor ban isn't going to make a difference
Can't say
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Shoudaoqin Yang
Shoudaoqin Yang commented on the blog by Shubha Gupta
on Sep 18, 2014 , 07:50 pm
Shubha Gupta - Insensitive attitude towards disability
It is time Indians get over their easy and insensitive attitude towards different things. Knowingly or unknowingly, most of us have a habit of offending or hurting people who are physically disabled. While travelling in trains or visit to other places, people stare hard at some disabled person sitting next to them. People in India need to understand that they may be born perfect physically, but those with some physical disability have equal rights to be treated respectfully. We must more »
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Kritika Srivastava
Kritika Srivastava commented on the blog by Sahil Kakkar
on Sep 16, 2014 , 01:38 pm
Sahil Kakkar - "Just friends" is also possible
Our country is just not equipped to see men and women interacting beyond the boundaries of sexual relationships. The only occasion on which the two genders have interacted with each other for thousands of years in this nation is for the purpose of marriage. And with marriage always comes the smirk associated with the "suhag raat" because for most people marriage is a social sanction to indulge in sexual relations with the opposite sex without becoming an outlaw. The majority of Indian more »
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