Indian economy grows 8.9 percent

Indian economy grows 8.9 percent

There are 33 comments on the CNN story from Nov 30, 2010, titled Indian economy grows 8.9 percent. In it, CNN reports that:

India's economy grew at 8.9 percent in the second quarter, an acceleration from the brisk growth rate posted for the previous three months.

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levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#1 Nov 30, 2010
To know where India is and where she is headed, please read on.

How is India’s manpower? Is India’s manpower improving or not? I say that no matter what happens, India has now reached a stage where she has tried everything through trial and error and learned from trial and error and become smarter. No matter what happens, I say that, it is guaranteed that with every passing day, the number of high school graduates (in China, India and Africa) entering the job market continues to increase. With every passing day, it is guaranteed that the number of university graduates (in China, India and Africa) entering the job market continues to increase. With every passing day, it is guaranteed that the number of ambitious Indians entering the job market continues to increase. Therefore, it is guaranteed that Indian’s manpower will only keep improving and become more and more educated and ambitious and competitive. As the older generation die and the younger generation replace them, India will only keep improving. As India’s manpower becomes more and more educated, ambitious and competitive, there will be pressure to move from big government to small government. As India’s manpower becomes more and more educated, ambitious and competitive, there will be pressure to move from a socialistic economy to capitalistic economy. As India’s manpower becomes more and more educated, ambitious and competitive, there will be pressure to make the private sector the engine of growth in India. But we need to maintain social stability so that India can continue to improve; and we will wait and see how India looks in year 2030. No matter who the next Prime Minister is, India will keep improving because her human capital is improving with every passing day. One day in the future when India grows at 10% GDP growth rate she would have proved to the world that it is possible for a developing nation to have rapid economic growth rate without giving up one person one vote.

India’s education goal should be to create as many university graduates as possible. Everybody from auto rickshaw drivers to farmers to truck drivers to street food sellers to bank clerks to shop assistants should have a bachelor’s degree. Education will only upgrade India’s human resources. In USA, about 20-30% of Americans are college and university graduates; and this is one of the strengths of USA. Many of the G7/G8 nations have a highly educated population. You will now realize that India has a long way to go.

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India is upgrading her infrastructure too.

The full potential of the Indian people, both mentally and physically, is yet to be manifested and demonstrated. As the older generation die in India and are replaced by the younger generation, India itself is evolving. With every passing day, more and more Indian people are becoming university graduates and entering the job market. With every passing day more and more Indian people are becoming high school graduates and entering the job market. India’s education goal should be to create as many university graduates as possible. We want a India where every body, from a truck driver to auto rickshaw driver, from a farmer to a shop assistant, from a bank officer to a street food seller to be a university graduate.

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Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#2 Nov 30, 2010
Levelheaded
Yes your views are 100 percent correct but what i miss in your views above is this.

India

COVER STORY

Now, loan scam

ANUPAMA KATAKAM AND LYLA BAVADAM

The CBI unearths a multi-crore housing finance racket and arrests several public sector bank officials for flouting rules.
http://www.frontline.in/stories/2010121727251...

KARNATAKA LAND SCAM

Servants. Drivers. Maids. Partymen. Every party CM gave them prime land under a dubious quota
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main48.asp...

Indian corruption
Scam-flat millionaires
A big property scandal reveals the grimy side of Indian politics

http://www.economist.com/node/17416840

And
http://saiindia.gov.in/cag/union-audit/report...
Madho

New Delhi, India

#3 Nov 30, 2010
levelheaded wrote:
To know where India is and where she is headed, please read on.
India’s education goal should be to create as many university graduates as possible. Everybody from auto rickshaw drivers ..........Indian people are becoming high school graduates and entering the job market. India’s education goal should be to create as many university graduates as possible. We want a India where every body, from a truck driver to auto rickshaw driver, from a farmer to a shop assistant, from a bank officer to a street food seller to be a university graduate.
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There is excess supply of geaduates in India and a majority of them are still unemployed or under employed. A day may come come number of graduates in India will far exceed the total number of human beings and animals in West. But can this degree ensure them really a job? A vocational degree is probably more desrable than a graduate degree in real life.
What is the true meaning of western Capitalism? Is it Corporatisation and compulsory engagement of people as employees and servants without any freedom to own any non corporate business or enterprise for self employement purpose? In small city states of Europe it could be possible for big corporates to employ all the people, is it possible for them in big countries like India too? Never, even if they acquire all income generating assets. Here is what the mixed economic systems aims to bridge. Do you feel that transfer of power (economic and political) from Government to few profit oeriented corporates would enance the total welfare of the people? Some countries have bitter experience with their traditional local capitalists. The behaviour and attitudes of the multinational corporates also assume local traditional colours and the level of general welfare goes further down.
Growth is measured with increased availability of goods by the people at affordable prices. In absence of this any figure may apear as fictious. The higher growth should be reflected increased level of employment and income of the common man rather increased number of five star hotels, multi story mansions, highelly expensive tourist resorts etc.
Your statement is too simple to explain the complex issues

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#5 Nov 30, 2010
India produces inferior goods that in turn are consumed by her inferior population who have not achieved the status of fully developed humans.

Sitting in a coffee-shop anywhere in the west will show you that nothing in the shop has come from India whereas you would concur that many wares would have been Chinese - like coffee china, cutlery, table covers, waiter's uniform, cash machine etc etc etc......

Not a single thing can be imagined out of India ? Why ? because goods made in India are simply unsellable where class exists. What can you expect from a nation where citizens start their day by washing their asses with their bare hands ,thus holding shit in their hands momentarily, and minutes later hogging food with the same hand? No class can be expected from such a lot and it also shows the quality of Indian exports.

But there is a blessing in disguise - guess what? Indians consume everything they make - from shit to bullshit. Thats why there are two ways of looking at their GDP. One in Dollar sense and other in PPP (Purchasing power parity) way. PPP is bullshit way to feel happy and slide in to a jerk-off mode that all Indians do all the time. GDP officially at Dollar rate is 1 Trillion but in PPP(Gandmasti mode) is over 3 trillion. No wonder Indians are deluded and in a constant state of sedation by the lies they fart and inhale.
Madho

New Delhi, India

#6 Dec 1, 2010
Around 235 countries paid as much as 180000 Million Dollors for the exports from India in 2009-10. Therefore, it is wrong to say that nothing can be imagined out of India.
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#7 Dec 1, 2010
Madho wrote:
Around 235 countries paid as much as 180000 Million Dollors for the exports from India in 2009-10. Therefore, it is wrong to say that nothing can be imagined out of India.
the biggest exports of indian's are iron ore and turdskins like you.
Madho

New Delhi, India

#8 Dec 1, 2010
air moons wrote:
<quoted text>the biggest exports of indian's are iron ore and turdskins like you.
You may be right and there are more than 100 of the items of exports from India apart from that.

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#9 Dec 1, 2010
My main topic is not about Israel nor about India .
But about usa
pro dmcr-sc

Chengdu, China

#10 Dec 1, 2010
india,s economy will grow by 8.9% this year ,20% next year .....
too fast ....bung bung ,clash .....

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#11 Dec 1, 2010
I beg those NRIs ( non resident indians) to keep aloof.
We all need a country with problems
Are there any pathaks Dalmias. Goensags And tatas?
forget about the puny computer intellectuals .
Times of India= sexy tablid

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#13 Dec 1, 2010
As an Indian born illiterate i wish to beg the poor Indian people not to work hard because of the nasty criminal consumeers

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#14 Dec 1, 2010
I have rich experience as a die hard communist with views devoid of consumerism
DEATH IS NOT FAR OFF.
Life IS NOT THAT ROSY.
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#15 Dec 1, 2010
But Pakistan is always a failed state.
wassup

India

#16 Dec 2, 2010
air moons wrote:
<quoted text>the biggest exports of indian's are iron ore and turdskins like you.
dude forgot to tell u..i have a export factory.

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i export my sh-it to ur momie...lol!!!!!
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#18 Dec 2, 2010
wassup wrote:
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dude forgot to tell u..i have a export factory.
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i export my sh-it to ur momie...lol!!!!!
wassup, come to china and eat our sh-it. the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway broke the record again on the test drive today with a speed of 486 kmh. it will be open to the public next year.
wassup

India

#19 Dec 2, 2010
air moons wrote:
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wassup, come to china and eat our sh-it. the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway broke the record again on the test drive today with a speed of 486 kmh. it will be open to the public next year.
what has ur fast bullet train have to do with my export business to ur momie..:P
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#20 Dec 2, 2010
wassup wrote:
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what has ur fast bullet train have to do with my export business to ur momie..:P
yeah, you are right, india can only export sh-it all over the world. india and indians are sh-it. my mom said no thanks.
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#21 Dec 3, 2010
pakistan exports terrorists.it is a good business.beware once america nuke them
air moons

Guangzhou, China

#22 Dec 3, 2010
pakistan is a failed state.
wassup

India

#23 Dec 3, 2010
air moons wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, you are right, india can only export sh-it all over the world. india and indians are sh-it. my mom said no thanks.
she secretly buys it....

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