Redistribution of powers of state and central governments in India


In India some of the states are very big  in population. UP is as much populated as the 5th or 6th most populated country in the world. States like Bihar, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Tamilnadu may rank among the top 20 most populated countries. Being constituents of a country, the states cannot have as much powers as the countries.  However they should have as much powers as the states in United States of America or any other country. In India the Constitution gives the subjects over which the Parliament i.e.Central Legislature has exclusive powers to legislate(Union List), subjects over which  States have exclusive powers(State List) and subjects  on which both Parliament and State Legislature can legislate.

With a view to widen the powers of the State Legislatures or Assemblies, commensurate with their size, there is need to set up a Committee to examine the subjects which could be brought into the State List from Union and Concurrent Lists



reducing/eliminating unemployment


Indian political parties seem to think that government can do everything including creation of of jobs on its own. But this is not possible. Government should involve the rich people who can invest their money in establishing factories, business establishments, service establishments etc which can provide jobs to the people, produce goods and services and thus increase the GDP of the country.If the country is to develop, there is need for capital which rich people can provide, there is need for workers who can work, there is need for services like transport, electricity, trade etc.which service establishments can provide. Therefore it is necessary to have harmonious relationship between different contributors and effective coordination. The government’s contribution in economic development should be indirect in the form of facilitation, concessions, infrastructure development. Government’s priority should be improvement in law and order situation, provision of social security and similar things.

Obsession with non-interference in internal affairs of other countries


In foreign policy, India follows a policy of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries. This is good when the internal affairs do not cause serious concerns to a civilised society. For example when there is internal war in a foreign country leading to genocide,to poverty,starvation, absence of freedom of speech,assembly etc, imposition of dictatorship etc. India and international community may perhaps not stand aloof. It is perhaps time, for the policy framers to engage in open discussion on the circumstances under which India can take note of the internal affairs of other countries and act, of course involving the United Nations,international community in this exercise.

Election promises of Indian political parties


Most of the political parties whether national or regional, in their election promises speak of freebies i.e. things they would distribute freely if elected or cash they would distribute but they do not speak of providing full employment to all able bodied persons with salaries sufficient to have a decent life with all essential requirements. In fact, unemployment is the only problem of the country. Once everyone is employed, most of the social and economic problems
will be solved automatically

Unemployment and crime


Most of the crimes which are committed for money are committed by the unemployed people. Hence with increased employment opportunities, crime will come down. Creating jobs is one way of curtailing crime rate, making life safer and happier for the people.Governments can give grants to the industrialists and businessmen who create regular jobs with a view to encourage them. Governments can undertake infrastructural and irrigation projects, set up research institutes-scientific, industrial, social,economics.

Atomic energy


India is supposed to be having expertise in space science, atomic energy and ocean science. Very often one gets news of the space programmes. Of late, there is not much news about the activities of the department of atomic energy and the institutes of this department. Similarly there is no news about the programmes in ocean science. There appears to be vast scope for development in these three sectors. These three branches could coordinate and take up research in modifying weather with a view to prevent floods and drought, moderate heat and cold etc.



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