HERE WE HAVE BOTH ANTILLA AND DHARAVI
IN INDIAN STREETS ANYONE CAN EASILY FIND FERRARI BENTLEY AND EVEN HAND – RICKSHAW
INDIA IS SEEN AS A EMERGING NEW ACADEMIC GLOBALLY YET INDIA HAS ONE OF THE LARGEST ILLITERATE POPULATION.
WHILE MILLIONS STARVE AMONG SECOND FOR CHILDREN SUFFERING MALNUTRITION EVEN THOUGH WE WITNESS ADJECT WASTE IN ABUNDANCE
INDIA HAVE REALLY FAMOUS RENOWNED RESTAURANTS AND EVEN ROADSIDE STALL OF TEA , FOOD ,( FOUND AT EVERY STREET EVERY CORNER)
FEMALE DIVINITY IS OMNIPRESENT EVEN WE CAN EASILY SEE CASES OF FEMALE FOETICIDES NEARLY EVERYDAY IN OUR NEWS.
THE CHILDREN IN SLUMS SHARES THE SAME MAD PASSION AS OUR CRICKET ICONS HAVE….
WHILE MAJORITY OF US READING THIS MUST HAVE A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION , MANY IN INDIA ARE BORN ON STREETS WITHOUT ANY MEDICAL HELP . THEY ARE NOT CELEBRATED INSTEAD THEIR BIRTH IS A BURDEN
GIVING A SNEAK PEEK OF DHOBI GHAT AND LAUNDROMAT WHICH SLOWLY FIND ITS FEET
TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY IS FASTLY GROWING IN INDIA , INDIA HAS HIGHEST POST OFFICES IN THE WORLD
LAST 2 DECADE RAPID GROWTH MAKE AIR TRAVEL ACCESSIBLE BY COMMON MAN . INDIA HAS LARGEST RAIL NETWORK IN THE WORLD
In many villages, women have to walk distances of 2.5 to 5 km to fetch water. This time spent in fetching this water is equivalent to 150 million women days, and translates into a loss of 1000 crore per year. In callous contrast, water-themed parks have been spreading across the country, with viral popularity. Almost blind to the way the other half lives, the parks are always packed, as young and old alike, revel in the thrill of a water fight.
India is fast emerging a key player in the global arena of biotechnology. In a knowledge-intensive, research-driven sector, India has the skills and facilities to far surpass the best in the industry. Meanwhile, the UN estimates that four children die every minute in India, from tragically preventable illnesses, with nearly 1000 children dying every day from diarrhea alone.
India’s vision of becoming a world leader in nuclear power technology, with ambitions to supply 25% of the nation’s electricity through nuclear plants by 2050, falls in sharp contrast to the whopping 35% of population that live without access to electricity today.
India, the world’s spiritual epicentre, sees a steady river of devotees seeking divine salvation, flow through its holy cities nearly every month of the year. They seek cleansing in her ashrams and temples, in meditation and communal living. Yet, India’s godmen have been mired in controversy and corruption, and the community’s repute has been stained by the murky legacy of its villains.