Date of publication: 2017-09-04 03:16
But there is a feeling among people that democracy has become too much rule bound, Institutions and procedures have become end in themselves rather than being a means to achieve public welfare. Minorities feel that democracy, being a rule of majority, has sidelined their aspirations and needs. Their voice is governance is minimal. Further, modern democracies have evolved into a kind of elite rule.
Another major area of concern is on the decreasing area under agriculture. With increasing population, the stress on limited land resource is increasing. Controlling population has to be a major policy among the developing nations. Use of scarce land resources to produce biodiesel has using plants like zatropha and corn has also decreased the fertility of soil. Also it decreases effective area under food production.
Path-breaking successes could have been achieved and we could have got our loving and caring nature once again. But again came the greed of humanity, now it was competitive greed. As developed countries were blamed to be the main culprit they saw themselves drawn into a web of monetary loss. They started bargaining with the developing ones to share the responsibility. Passing the buck game is going on and world for humanity is shrinking every day.
Though there is a vast economic gap between the developed and developing countries, there is no reason to believe that health indicators can be improved. Countries like Bangladesh and Bhutan has shown that HDI can be increased inspite of developing economy. Eliminating economic disparity between nations can be achieved by bringing about development in health indicators. As an old adage goes “Health is Wealth”.
To cure these ills, will you resort to a Revolution or a social movement? From past and present you will get number of examples to justify your stand you can take any stand, but justify it. Or you can take a balanced approach.
Nature nourishes us we praise her for her ascetic value , but what if nature is killing us slowly. I call it: self-immolation. Gandhiji rightly pointed out the solution of a grave danger which was imminent then but few noticed. And today the great visionary leader might be laughing in his grave watching world leaders confused in climatic jargons at Paris Climate Conference.
Lastly education as a tool to empower dalits will not be a reality until and unless people change their 8775 traditional thinking 8776 and strive for a society based on equality without any exploitation and realise that each and every person is capable of creating a positive change in the society.
Also, a number of U& C are established, licensed and located based on political considerations and not on factors such as demand, supply,quality, reach etc. Autonomy provided to these institutes is often abused.
First, one should explain what is globalization. Then about rural society its structure, nature and importance in India. Moving on, there are many aspects where the impact of globalization is profound.
Your essay has a very good introduction and many ideas, but in the middle it gets confusing and becomes more uni-dimentional explaining the role of government in Dalit empowerment.
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