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Hari Sud

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Stay the course to privatize dear PM Modi. You in the last budget has set the ball in motion to build infrastructure and private Sector build the industry. Stay that course. Ignore Congress Party and its lackeys of public sector. The public sector which is most inefficient has kept India in the back row. Do not miss out on modernization activities.
 

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Stay the course to privatize dear PM Modi. You in the last budget has set the ball in motion to build infrastructure and private Sector build the industry. Stay that course. Ignore Congress Party and its lackeys of public sector. The public sector which is most inefficient has kept India in the back row. Do not miss out on modernization activities.
@Johny_Baba , you got the message , now please act on it we support you , moody baba ki jai
 

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i have lived in Bangalore in mid 2000’s,it used to be a pleasant place. they have ruined the city. There is no going back now, no matter how much lipstick is used on it.
They can develop Mangalore which is also a coastal city. Always good to develop coastal cities.
 

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i have lived in Bangalore in mid 2000’s,it used to be a pleasant place. they have ruined the city. There is no going back now, no matter how much lipstick is used on it.
Banglore population is reaching new york size. We couldn't plan for such growth in time .

Anyway tourist places need modern amenities all over India just like Europe.
 

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They can develop Mangalore which is also a coastal city. Always good to develop coastal cities.
Yup we need to liberalise coastal economy. Let there be infrastructure and resorts all over the coasts.

Billions of dollars are lost because indians travel to Thailand / Indonesia in search of cheap but asthetic beach experience.
 

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Yup we need to liberalise coastal economy. Let there be infrastructure and resorts all over the coasts.

Billions of dollars are lost because indians travel to Thailand / Indonesia in search of cheap but asthetic beach experience.
And septrate common beach from high class beach , those uncle staring at girls in bikinis looks embarrassing
 

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India to have nine times more digitally skilled workers by 2025, says Amazon study





As per a new report by Amazon, the number of employees in India with the requirement of digital skills would need to expand nine times by 2025, and the average employees would need to acquire seven new digital skills by 2025 to remain competitive with technology advances and requirement.

According to a survey by Amazon Web Services, this indicates a total of 3.9 billion digital skills training will be expected by 2025. As of 2021, digitally trained employees constitute 12% of the country's workforce.

Top in-demand skills in India include cloud architecture design, cybersecurity and large-scale data modelling. Mr. Rahul Sharma, President, Public Sector, AISPL, AWS India and South Asia stated that as per the study, there is demand for more digital workers in non-technology sectors such as manufacturing, education.

He stated that Amazon is looking forward to expanding its collaboration with industry organisations and educational institutes to expand cloud talent. The report (prepared by AlphaBeta (a strategy and economics consulting firm) and commissioned by AWS) analyses the digital skills required by employees in their jobs.

The survey included > 500 Indian digital workers and interviewed stakeholders such as technology experts, business leaders, and policymakers. By 2025, the most in-demand digital skills in the manufacturing sector in India will be cloud architecture design and the ability to create original digital content such as software and web applications. As per the report, > 50% digital workers in the manufacturing sector believe that they would require these skills to meet the requirement of the industry.

Key skill in the education sector will be the ability to develop digital security and cyber forensics tools and techniques.

As per the report, ~ 76% of the digital workers in India expect that they would need cloud computing skill to perform their jobs proficiently in 2025.
 

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Only if we we impose strict population control law like China did our per capita income will rise at a very fast pace but we should impose two child policy instead of one child policy
and how do you plan to impose a two child policy for a population that already favors boys this will just hurt the sex ration even more our birth rate is actually decreasing and will continue to decrease with growth
 

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E-Daakhil portal, launched by National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC) on 7th September, 2020, for online redressal of consumer grievances now operational in 15 States/UTs,



E-Daakhil portal for Consumer grievance redressal is now operational in 15 States/UTs. Department of Consumer Affairs is now proactively following up with the states to launch e-filing portal at their ends.


The Consumer Protection Act, 2019, which has come into force from 20th July, 2020, has provision for e-filing of consumer complaints in the Consumer Commissions and online payment of the fees for filing a complaint. A web application for E-filing of consumer complaints named “edaakhil.nic.in” has been developed by NIC for the purpose. This digital software for filing consumer complaints has the many features like e-Notice, case document download link & VC hearing link, filing written response by opposite party, fling rejoinder by complainant and alerts via SMS/Email.


The e-daakhil portal empowers the consumer and their advocates to file the consumer complaints along with payment of requisite fees online from anywhere for the redressal of their complaints. It also facilitates the consumer commissions to scrutinize the complaints online to accept, reject or forward the complaint to the concerned commission for further processing.


To facilitate the rural consumers for e-filing, it has been decided to integrate the Common Service Centres (CSC) with the e-daakhil portal. As many consumers at Gram Panchayat level may either not have access to electronic modes of communication or unable to use the tools, they may avail the services of CSCs in filing their complaints in the Consumer Commission. The work for integration of this portal with CSC is in under process.


E-filing was launched by National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC) on 7th September, 2020. Delhi was the first state to implement it on 8th September, 2020. Later Maharashtra, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Chandigarh, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Karnataka & Haryana implemented facility of e-filling in their respective States/UTs.


Department of Consumer Affairs had been proactively following up with the States/UTs to launch e-filing. Total 444 locations are covered including NCDRC, State Commissions and District Commissions.
 

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Starlink Broadband Is Coming To India Next Year, And You Can Reserve Now For $99

Good news! There had been anxious and exuberant expectation about the Starlink satellite broadband service and a potential launch in India soon, and now we have confirmation that it is indeed happening. The SpaceX owned satellite broadband service will be launching in most, if not all regions of India, next year. Though the exact roadmap and timing of the rollout in India in 2022 is not confirmed, this is the first confirmation we have received about the incoming Starlink satellite broadband services in India. In a communication sent to potential subscribers, one received by the writer of this update, Starlink is now accepting preorders for $99, to reserve one of the first installations for you in your region or location, when the service is activated for India.


 
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Only if we we impose strict population control law like China did our per capita income will rise at a very fast pace but we should impose two child policy instead of one child policy
India's fertility rate and annual population growth is already way lower than other countries of our income level. Except for Muslims and Christians, all other groups have a stabilised or declining population growth already.
 

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Only if we we impose strict population control law like China did our per capita income will rise at a very fast pace but we should impose two child policy instead of one child policy
It would be the biggest mistake India will do. Yes 2 Child policy is a must but that 1 Child stupid policy in China has costed them a lot.
 

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It would be the biggest mistake India will do. Yes 2 Child policy is a must but that 1 Child stupid policy in China has costed them a lot.
Population is not India's biggest problem any more, because the birth rate has fallen to a manageable level.
Personally, I think pollution will become the biggest problem affecting India's development, air pollution, water pollution, solid waste pollution.
India's industrial output is one tenth of China's.But India's pollution has far surpassed China's,India does not have more resources stop the pollution from getting worse.
 

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Population is not India's biggest problem any more, because the birth rate has fallen to a manageable level.
Personally, I think pollution will become the biggest problem affecting India's development, air pollution, water pollution, solid waste pollution.
India's industrial output is one tenth of China's.But India's pollution has far surpassed China's,India does not have more resources stop the pollution from getting worse.
Nd here comes amazing fact that india lacked proper sewage treatment plants , public transportation was shit , ev are coming at perfect time for us , we csn manage it , already initiatives are being taken
 

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Population is not India's biggest problem any more, because the birth rate has fallen to a manageable level.
Personally, I think pollution will become the biggest problem affecting India's development, air pollution, water pollution, solid waste pollution.
India's industrial output is one tenth of China's.But India's pollution has far surpassed China's,India does not have more resources stop the pollution from getting worse.
India has more pollution now because it's industrial growth now is way faster than china . India is building roads at speed even china had difficulty to achieve .

Once this infrastructure industrial expansion dials down pollution will go down just like china.
Population on the other hand is massive problem for china because of extremely stupid CCP has destroyed Chinese demographics and doomed china for a future of very heavy old age population which will be dependent on migrants for their welfare and economic growth which destroy chinese culture.
 

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