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10 steps to reduce inflation in India

Modi Govt vs Inflation.
Now they say they don't have enough govt reserve to subsidise even the basic items. They can't give subsidy over diesel, LPG, fertilisers and hence they can't control increasing inflation at least for short term they have nothing in their hand to control.
So, here we have collected some advice and suggestions if they could implement.
10 steps to reduce inflation in India.
1. Stop black marketing and hoardings, take strict actions against black marketers. 2. Develop good inventory and release food stock reserves in the market and look for fair distribution among needy. 3. Stop giving subsidy to rich farmers who in no terms need subsidy over fertilisers, give subsidy only to them who needs it. This subsidy amounts to around 68000 crores. 4. Why there is a subsidy to crores of rich people who don't need subsidy of Rs 450/-per cylinder. Which causes loss of 56000 crores each year. 5. Implement strict rules to collect taxes, it has been evident that…

Narendra Modi Vs freedom of speech and expression

Not sure why so many students getting arrested for their dissent over Narendra Modi. Are we Indian losing our freedom of speech and freedom of expression after Narendra Modi has been elected the PM of India. Almost daily we are listening one or two people getting arrested over making some remarks against Modi. Our constitution allows us to express our views without any restriction, we Indians have the right to regulate the right to speech and expression, we have the freedom of speech and expression. 
But Ironically i feel, Modi wouldn't have the slightest knowledge over these arrests. I'm very sure Narendra Modi personally feel bad over these arrests and all these arrests some of which may be genuine but some arrest have been made just to defame Modi. Police would be making these arrest under some political pressures and of course BJP or Modi is not at all involved. I hope Modi will take heed of this issue and will STOP these kind of arrest of innocents and clear out the rumour …

Sirish Apte has the solution to irrigation problem in India

Sirish Apte of Bhandara village in Maharashtra, an executive engineer by profession reached the state govt of Maharashtra to take over the charge of maintaining Malguzaari.
Malguzaari is a small pond surrounded by mud walls, just like tanks. Since 1950 after the abolishment of Zamindari/Malguzaari system these water tanks or Malguzaars got abandoned as the Malguzaars came under state-owned areas and govt never paid heed to maintain these.  Sirish Apte belonging to a Malguzaar family had to interest in water conservation approached the Supreme Court and asked govt to maintain these Malguzaars as maintaining these Malguzaars can be very helpful to irrigation to nearby areas.  Sirish in the year 2008 first involved into cleaning and maintaining these tanks, he walled the tanks thick and de-silted the pond by removing fine sands which again were used as fertilisers as these are rich in phosphorous and nitrogen. Sirish for the first time made a Malguzaar in Janbhora village 35 km from Bha…

10 year old cleared class 10 exam in Rajasthan

Abhaas a 10-year-old from Durgapura, Rajasthan cleared his 10th class board exam. Rajasthan board of secondary education yesterday declared their exam results for class 10 and Abhaas triumphed to see the results, he scored a whopping 60.87%. Abhaas parents are also in the teaching profession and they have been teaching him from a very early age seeing his grasping and learnability quality.

Malavnath Poorna Youngest to climb Mount Everest

Poorna Malavnath from Nalgonda, Darjeeling has become the youngest to climb the 8848 mtr high Mount Everest. Poorna is 13 year old and she with just 8 months of training has been able to reach the top of Mount Everest. Poorna is a student of Andhra Pradesh social welfare residential school where she is studying in standard IX. Poorna wants to be an IPS officer in future and seeing her determination and approach it seems Poorna would touch heights in her life too.
Congratulations Poorna Malavnath.

Are we really a developing and progressing India

Are we not developing, of course we are! We are now a recognised future super power, a developed nation soon. What not we have? We are now into almost every sector grown and known to the world. We are the 2nd largest army, we are 4th into aerospace, we are only next to US and china in terms of economy. We are the second fastest growing nation in the world.
But again we are the nation of largest slums, we are the nation of largest illiterate and forgotten tribals. We are still somewhere in 13th century mindset where women have no right to live, they are a toy to be played with and thrown away. We are still an accepting mindset of khaps, goons and tyranny. What happened with two sisters in badayun, couples in duwariya, single woman in Amethi and many many more are enough to shame us and made us realise how developing we are.  A lady conductor in full public view is beaten and made unconscious not in any small village, town or city but in the biggest metropolitan city of our country, claime…

Know about Nitesh Saxena

A research headed by an Indian origin scientist at Alabama University in Birmingham working on a secure login which would end the need of password system in unlocking laptops, desktops or cars.
This zero interaction authentication system would work with proximity, users security token and mobile number verification. Users wouldn't need to enter a password instead their proximity to the device will be sensed and the required device will be unlocked.

Though it's a secure way login it's vulnerable to hackers who can trick it through relay attacks. According to Nitesh Saxena, the associate professor in the department of computer and information science this system can be made perfectly secured using sensor modalities that are commonly present on devices: wi-fi, Bluetooth, GPS and audio. Secondly by utilising the capabilities of using ambient physical sensors as a proximity detection mechanism and focusing mainly on ambient temperature, precision gas, humidity and altitude the…

Second super computer by IIT Kanpur

A team headed by SC Srivastava the deputy director at IIT Kanpur and his team of computer Engineers able to deliver their next supercomputer claiming to be the worlds fastest supercomputer with an whooping peak computing speed of 307.2 Terra Flops and realised computing speed of 249 TFs. The supercomputer now ranks 5th in terms of its performance in the country and 130th worldwide as amongst the top 500 supercomputers in the world.