Friday, 29 May 2015

Failure is the key to success.

Those out there crying due to failure,
Listen to me,
You are indeed fortunate that thee,
Has got the chance to fail,
And only this failure can hail,
The shine of success one day,
Win is in itself incomplete,
If you have never failed,
If you have never been dashed to ground,
Your goal is certainly too short if you have not screamed a losing sound,
A boat which has never seen storm can never be sailed,
You can never achieve greatness if you have never failed,
Failure is an essential part of life,
Which tells you where you lack,
And when you will fight the big bout, it will support you from back,
You can live two types of life,
Either to live a life, where you have never failed,
And such a cautious life is worthless and not a life of fame,
Or you live a life where you learn from your defeat,
In which you prepare yourself in failure’s, criticism’s heat,
In this world nobody is perfect,
Behind those great wins, there are years of perspiring and thousands of days of practice and also failure,
You burst a stone not in a single blow,
But thousands of the previous unsuccessful blow pave the way two,
To learn to face the gale,
By failure, you have to be nailed..

JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT
JAI MA BHARTI


Monday, 25 May 2015

CRONIES...NOT IN MODI'S GOVERNMENT

After coming back from his much debated international “self-introspection” trip, Rahul Gandhi seems completely changed and transformed, but unfortunately not in a good manner. After being defeated at almost every front of the politics, not even becoming the opposition minister, he somewhat turned himself into a recluse politician but after coming from his trip he blatantly speaks against Narendra Modi and his government, but the problem is he himself doesn’t know what he says. He quotes completely rubbish facts and just beat about the bush about the Modi government. And as now he has not got any new fresh topic against Mr. Modi, he has resorted to just saying that Modi’s government is only the government of businessmen and not of poor people. He repeats this cliché in his speech much more times than he even breathe.


After hearing so much from Rahul Gandhi about the faults of NDA government I just browsed the facts and in just a few minutes, I found that all his claims stand quashed. In January 2014, when opinion polls signaling Modi’s victory were published out, Sensex was at around 21,140 points. Since then Sensex has risen around 32% while Adani Enterprises has risen to about 190% but it would be completely tomfoolery to look on to just one company (the act which Rahul Gandhi performed). If we look on to some bigger enterprises, which are much bigger than the Adanis, we would find that they have also fallen to a much lower level. Reliance industries have just risen by only 1% since the start of the financial year 2014 and this proves the fact that Modi government doesn’t follow any policy of favoritism.


Mr. Modi is always accused by his antagonists that his government just revolves around Ambanis and Adanis but if we look at the trends of stock market since his becoming the Prime Minster, Ashok Leyland is up by 308%, Bharat forge is up by 278% and these certainly are not Modi’s cronies.


The gainers are certainly small to medium group companies. Bajaj finance (192%), Waterbase (320%), Global offshore (469%). All these facts clearly prove that Mr. Modi has not followed any policy of favoritism. In fact many businessmen complain of his being inaccessible to them many a times. And one more thing that I would like to add is that if business in a nation surges up, that means that the nation is succeeding on the economic front and it doesn’t mean that the government is favoring anyone. I hope that one day the opposition would surely unravel that Mr. Modi is just doing what they didn’t do in their own regime of a decade.



JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT
JAI MA BHARTI


Wednesday, 20 May 2015

South Korea:A reliable partner...

Just as the Indian Prime Minister set his feet on the soil of South Korea, he started a new epoch of bilateral cooperation between two heavyweight nations of the world which is slated to become one of the best and biggest cooperation between any two nations.


Indeed Indian Prime Minister has made a very crucial decision to take up South Korea as one of his biggest priorities because there is hardly any other nation out there which can assist India and strike up a great partnership as much extensively as South Korea.


If we talk about the period of 1960s then South Korea was one of the poorest nations of the world but as the “Miracle of Han River” unfolded the world just saw this great nation with an open mouth and today India stands on the same side of the history. Though India’s condition today is still much better than the 1960’s South Korea but still we are still a long way behind the aims that we have in our mind.
Today South Korea has an overall trade of $18 billion USD with India which bilateral investments range to around $4 billion USD and around more than 450 Korean companies are completely well established in India. South Korea is now a champion in manufacturing industry. With world famous companies like Samsung, Hyundai and LG electronics it is hardly behind any other nation in terms of its manufacturing capability and as Mr. Modi wishes to transform India into a manufacturing hub, he can surely take assistance from South Korea. Moreover as South Korea has more than 85% of its total investments, in the manufacturing sector in India, this fact can be heavily exploited in order to help India see the success of “MAKE IN INDIA” campaign…. South Korea is also a master in vocation training and skill development programs and hence can be a great source of mentor for India which has just started out on this venture in order to produce a well-qualified workforce in the nation.
The other thing is “Digital India” program. South Korea can help our this program too immensely. Today South Korea is a completely tech-savvy nation with around 97% people having broadband connections and also having world’s highest number of internet subscribers and hence this nation can amount very significantly in filliping India’s “Digital India” program sans any doubt.

Mr. Modi’s third plan of smart cities can also find South Korea as a reliable partner because Songdo, world’s first smart city is in South Korea only. South Korea’s rich experience in maintenance and construction of smart cities can be certainly of huge benefit for India.

All in all we can’t find a better partner than South Korea if we want to move up and transform India into a vibrant country. Today we just need to focus on our ties with this wonderful nation and work for the best.

JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT
JAI MA BHARTI



Sino-Indian relationship...

Though national as well as international media has hyped Mr. Modi’s China visit very much but still in reality, it is an incontrovertible fact that there still exist many grave and impending issues on which both the nations are at loggerheads.


Mr. Modi’s recent visit to China, though expected to mark a new commencement in the Sino-Indian issues but still the bitter and exposed truth is that both the nations lack the much needed thing i.e. trust between each other and hence with such a low and diminished level of reliability between the nations lucidly signal out a weak base of the relationship between the two nations. In his own speech Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi clearly said that the lacunae of trust in between the two nations has held both the nations back from begetting a new beginning to rejuvenate and revive the Sino-Indian relationship. Various issues like that of Line of Actual Control (LAC), Tibet issues etc. still continue to mar the relationship between the two superpowers of the world.


In the decade of 1960s during which trust between both the nations was completely shattered, things were pretty different. China was no better than India. In fact in the year 1964 China had an overall GDP of 59 billion USD and India was not pretty much behind with a GDP of 57 billion USD but things started changing from 1967 when India’s GDP plunged to 51 billion USD and Chinese GDP shooted over to 79 billion USD and now according to current statistics China has an overall GDP of 9.24 trillion USD and India has a GDP of 1.877 trillion USD. China is now a superpower of the world and even India’s best friend Russia has started drifting towards China just like the rest of the world. With world’s greatest manufacturing industry as well as many other various factors, today China boasts of being a strong as well as well established nation while on the other hand India still needs to move a long way. Hence, understanding gap between the two nations can strictly hamper the progress of both the nations. If we continue to practice the old school thought of just managing things for name sake and leaving the disastrous topics to be dealt by the future generations, it would be nearly impossible for both the neighbors to succeed.


Today, the trust deficit between both the nations continue to act as the most prominent barriers hindering the success of Sino-Indian relationship and this was also evident from Indian Prime Minister’s speech in China in which he clearly said that the two nations can never move ahead with hatred in hearts against each other. The truth is that both India and China need each other. India is the biggest market for Chinese manufacturing industry in the whole world and hence China’s collapse is inevitable if India is not there while India too depends of China for various crucial things and hence as both the nations depend on each other so much, the trust deficit must be stifle reduced and lowered down to prevent the downfall of both the two emerging powers of the world.


Today India and China need to move ahead. Rather than just praising each other in media, we need to feel the same way in our heart too and then only a strict and effective change can be infused in the overall system in order to renovate the laggard relationship between the two nations.


Either we do it today or it will not happen at all. Today the choice lies in our hand. Both the nations need each other extensively and moreover the two share boundaries with each other. Therefore just snubbing the reality is not an option and now something must be done.


JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT

JAI MA BHARTI

Friday, 24 April 2015

MOVE ON.....

Sometimes its better to let things go,

Rather than crying in vain,

Sometimes its better to move one,

Rather than moaning in pain,

Sometimes we must learn to let go,

Sometimes we must learn to live alone,

And accept that something which we have always loved has gone,

Sometimes its better to not peep in the past,

Sometimes its better to tell yourself that opportunities are still vast,

We all must one day lose everything with which we have been rewarded,

Tell yourself that it was nothing but that day of yours,

Sometimes to live happy in life,

We need to let go of thing that made our problems nil from rife,

Sometimes its better to cry out once rather lamenting day and night,

I know its hard but just try to stop your inner fight,

Just believe in God, he must have done it right,

Life has not ended without it,

Stop crying and living in bits,

When one door closes, many more open up,

Whatever is good for you must one day wear you up,

Just wait for the day when you get what you deserved,

Just hope and one day your life will be revered,

So move on today if you think it is right,

One day you will surely win that consciousness' fight....

JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT
JAI MA BHARTI

Friday, 10 April 2015

Pakistan's true colour.

Pakistan has again shown its true colors to the world. On one hand, it shows its pseudo-penchant and alacrity to end terrorism around the world and on the other hand it has released one of the masterminds behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.


Pakistan has indeed never wanted to put a halt of terrorism and has in actuality used it as an instrument of its policy. After being crushed to victory and being abashed in the world due to its vexing things, Pakistan could find solace in nothing except terrorism and hence it resorted to giving full support and assistance to terrorism in order to hurt other nations especially India. Today the whole Pakistani army is in itself nothing but a camp of terrorists, its intelligence agency ISI holds relation with the terrorist groups in Pakistan and even the whole government is afraid of being routed up if its speaks anything against the terror groups out there. After such things, we can very well fathom the actual condition of Pakistan. Pakistan is currently a safe haven for terrorists and this thing can be easily proved from the recent incident of bail of 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi.
Though there are complete and ample proofs against Lakhvi, in not only 26/11 Mumbar terror attacks but also in many other bombings but still Pakistani courts let this terrorist out quoting that the court lacked sufficient proofs to prove Lakhvi guilty.


Actually terrorism is rampant around the world just because of nations like Pakistan. When the whole world is afflicted with the terrorism named pest, Pakistan is using it as a measure to terrorize its neighbors. In fact, even Pakistan has not been able to come out unwounded. Recent Peshawar attack on an army school and many other bombings there prove the things, but still this nation wants to promote terrorism. Isn't this disgusting!! Despite of being wounded so many times, this nation still wants to use terrorism just as a measure to give pain to India. There are so many proofs today, that Pakistan in running terrorists camps to prepare terrorists against India, there are so many evidences that almost all of the terrorists attacks taking place in India are hatched out on the land of Pakistan but still Pakistan is using terrorism in order to terrorize India and amusingly after so many things, it comes back and complains that India is the one which doesn’t want to move further on issues through diplomatic talk. Isn't this something utterly unacceptable!


Today when the whole world is bearing pain afflicted by terrorism and on the other hand there are nations like Pakistan which are busy in promoting nasty things like Pakistan. Pakistan should be ashamed on itself and must stop using this detestable activity as an instrument of policy.


JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT

JAI MA BHARTI

Thursday, 9 April 2015

Why is India lagging behind others??

Science is in itself a miracle. The thing that can create everything out of nothing and can make anything assimilate in nothing. It’s a marvelous thing that can transform anything from rags to riches, make a mother talk to his sitting miles away from her, make people sitting abroad see their families. But actually science is a creation of innovation, innovation comes when provided a stimulus and India gives everything to the budding generation except stimulus, thus killing their innovation, no innovation leaders to no invention at all and hence we still export brilliant students, scientists and doctors but lack them here in our country.

According to 2011-12 statistics, there is much to moan and lament about the condition of science in India. The United States of America and South Korea invested 2.76% and 4.04% of their GDP respectively in their R&D industry as compared to 0.88% spent on the R&D by India. If we look at purchasing power parity too, we lagged behind the world superpowers with whom we compare ourselves regularly. India invested $36.2 Billion whereas China, the United States and South Korea had invested $205.4 billion, $429.1 billion and $58.4 billion respectively in their scientific researches, and the results too are in front of us. Previously the US dominated the world's science, but its share of publication of scientific articles dropped from 26% to 21%. China's share rose from 4.4% to 10.2%. The UK's share declined from 7.1% to 6.5% of the world's papers.
Projecting beyond 2011, the Royal Society said that the landscape would change "dramatically". "China has already overtaken the UK as the second leading producer of research publications, but some time before 2020 it is expected to surpass the US.
Today one of the biggest problems with India is that we have failed at managing our money. In things like science, where investment is a must we focused least while on some petty issues we just disburse out a deluge of money. Even after so many years of independence we people are importing outdated American, French and Russian military equipments, machines, medicines etc. and amusingly these nations have even stopped using the artilleries which we are importing. Such an appalling condition is there with our nation and still we aim at being a super power in the world. If we take a glance at all the superpowers of the world, then actually they all are product of nothing but their scientific advancements.

Today we need to make a clear choice, whether we just want to build castles in the air or are we actually determined and tenacious to become a major world power. Today is the time to think.

Jai Hind, Jai Bharat
Jai Ma Bharti