Government of India should, as a special case waive off the penal implications for domestic reinvestment of that black money which at present may be stashed in Swiss Banks, for investment in top of the line projects like the Freight ccorridor, as well as the river linking project, which in times to come would enable India not only to measure up to its BRICS rival China, but also to surpass it!.
As long as the Indian government can afford to research and build nuclear weapons, they can never claim to not have enough money for more important things. I remember taking my pocket money to school as a child for donations to reduce starvation in India, I would hope that starvation was more important than bombs
Yes, you are absolutely right - the guys on the ground who do the actual collection of data have to slog while those who analyse it are doing it in air-conditioned labs. The whole problem that I see here is that there is no one agency that is reponsible for data collection and if there is a govt or private agency, it is reluctant to share this data because it feels it has done the hard work ( like you say, got its hands tired and dirty) and prefers to wait or should I say hoard the data for no apparent reason.
It is certainly a lot more fun, and much cleaner work, to play around with high performance computers. One can do that and never even get their hands dirty. But linking rivers is hard and dirty work and those who would be doing the actual work are certainly not those who play with computers all day. Besides all of that, if you have seen the photo posted with the caption: "And THIS is the country that we call for tech support?" It shows an absolute rat-nest of wires hung on utility poles with no organization or planning evident at all.
So what it gets down to is that none of those brilliant computer people are in any way going to be doing any river linking projects. It does not work that way.
Fascinating tale of contradictions. But India isn't alone. The United States spends trillions and trillions on spying on their citizens but we don't want to build a comprehensive voting system!! Noone is an island but part of the universe ... I guess.
Am sure there are several innovations that come up pertaining to social changes but somewhere along the line, the government and its related agencies should be more pro-active and help them expand. There is this other company called Selco which had also come up with solar lanterns - making a big difference to a number of rural households in India.
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Brand Nine Eagles Remote Control 2.4Ghz 4CH Remote Control Channal 6CH Material EPO Length 360mm Battery 3.7V 680mAh Li-Po Compatibility Indoor, Outdoor Age Range 14+ Frequency 2.4Ghz Charging time 30mins Run time per charge 9 minutes Flying Weight 105g Main Rotor Diameter 318mm Power brushless motor Weight 2,550.00g
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