Saturday, July 18, 2009


I enjoy singing and watching movies.About preparation of civil services. I thought, let's try this too. Everything in my life has happened by trial and error.
I also love music and like reading whenever I get the time.Movie marathons are my favourite pastime. I can watch up to four movies back to back.
I thoroughly believe in the institution of marriage, but there's still a long way to go before I get married. Right now I want to concentrate on my career.Now this is more important than anything.Really I am not worried about future.I live in present.this is the fact that I do not afraid of working 20 hours a day.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

G8 summit and india

India made its voice heard on global trade and climate change at a G8 summit in Italy this month, in a sign of growing diplomatic heft that can help it push for a bigger role in global governance.

India's emergence is seen as a logical outgrowth of two of the world's biggest current challenges, the financial crisis and climate change, and its ability to help resolve those problems with a trillion dollar economy still growing at about 7 per cent.

While the slowdown spurred a shift towards economic inclusion, a landmark civilian nuclear deal with the US last year also helped India's entry into the global order as it vies with a rising China for a say in international policymaking.

Just two years ago Prime Minister Manmohan Singh returned from a G8 summit in Germany complaining that India was a sideshow and attending such meetings as an invitee was a waste of time.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Union Budget and health

Most developed countries in the world like the US, UK and France spend around 6-7% of their national budget for public education and health, while India allocates around 3% for education and around 1% for health.
we must realise that economic growth is meaningless unless it reaches 70% of India’s poorest.The Constitution also places more importance on primary education.There should be an end of public unaided schools. The government should utilise the money towards its government schools.
The allocated budget (Rs 750 per child) is not enough.How do we address the problem of an increasing dropout rate in schools at the elementary and primary level if we choose to ignore issues of infrastructure, medical support etc.

China may attack India by 2012

According to Editor of the indian defence review Bharat vema . China will launch an attack on India before 2012. There are multiple reasons for a desperate Beijing to teach India the final lesson, thereby ensuring Chinese supremacy in Asia in this century.

Verma said the recession has "shut the Chinese exports shop", creating an "unprecedented internal social unrest" which in turn, was severely threatening the grip of the Communists over the society.
Verma said Beijing was "already rattled, with its proxy Pakistan now literally embroiled in a civil war, losing its sheen against India." "Above all, it is worried over the growing alliance of India with the US and the West, because the alliance has the potential to create a technologically superior counterpoise.