Is India actually developing??

Is India actually developing??

Postby rupali » Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:25 am

At one instance a sub inspector (AN EDUCATED MAN) beats a 6 year old girl so badly... just b'coz she stole his Rs. 280/- ONLY...
I agree she should have been punished..... but was beating brutally the only way to Punish????

At another instance, a teacher (AN EDUCATED PERSON) hurts a student by a knife...

We mention our Country is developing very fast.... and it is moving towards Globalization... At the other end, we read such issues daily in newspapers and hear them in NEWS. Do we have an end to this?
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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby sandy » Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:49 am

I guess we can't measure the development of India from these one or two mad people..These type of persons are there every where on earth .they are generally mentally ill people who always look on one side of the coin and then their thinking is reflected in their action..
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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby rupali » Tue Feb 03, 2009 11:00 am

no.. but this is not only about one or two mentally ill people. you will find such inhuman acts almost every day. these are only 2 current instances taken randomly. we have so many situations, where educated people are involved in something as harsh and brutal as the 2 instances described.
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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby Aditi » Wed Feb 04, 2009 6:29 pm

rupali wrote:At one instance a sub inspector (AN EDUCATED MAN) beats a 6 year old girl so badly... just b'coz she stole his Rs. 280/- ONLY...
I agree she should have been punished..... but was beating brutally the only way to Punish????

At another instance, a teacher (AN EDUCATED PERSON) hurts a student by a knife...

We mention our Country is developing very fast.... and it is moving towards Globalization... At the other end, we read such issues daily in newspapers and hear them in NEWS. Do we have an end to this?


psychology of a person does not reflect the nature of a country.

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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby Aditi » Wed Feb 04, 2009 6:32 pm

education is not all the time the psychological controlling measurement of a human being.

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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby sandy » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:05 am

Cryogenic Williams wrote:education is not all the time the psychological controlling measurement of a human being.

Cryo

I agree .. an educated person is not the one who carries a Degree or so..but one who is socially educated as well...who can fit in the society.. :geek: :geek:
ruplai i guess you get the answer..
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Re: Is India actually developing??

Postby bobbyuppal » Tue Nov 06, 2012 6:40 pm

That's the human nature regarding to there problem is different, and development in India is different matter. If we come with the developing the crime rate even going worse no matter how fast the India growing. There are always certain type of people which commit to crime and make these instance to grow up. Like few days ago a big reach man eating the flush of small children by killing them, what is yours opinion he should be hanged or suited or cut into many peaces otherwise show the mersi to that man and what happened to him. So the India is developing in both direction in crime and business too. But in case of humanity ???? that the question to whom we have to humanity to a criminal or innocents ???............ That's up to your opinion what we want fianlly..
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