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India launches major offensive to net Maoist leaders

There are 36 comments on the www.prokerala.com story from Jan 21, 2010, titled India launches major offensive to net Maoist leaders. In it, www.prokerala.com reports that:

Thousands of paramilitary personnel have launched a crackdown to target some 50 Maoist leaders across the country in a bid to crush what is described as India's biggest internal security challenge.

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Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#1 Jan 21, 2010
Maoist have control over 200 dictrics where Indian army will find them?
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#2 Jan 23, 2010
Communist gunmen have to be killed. There is no other way. It is all about PROPERTY. What is property? Property is what you own, such as your car, your house, your underwear, your cows, your goats, sheep, boat, your rice field, your wristwatch, your television, etc.

Your property is also your hard earned property. It belongs to you. People will not give up their property easily. My property belongs to me. Your property belongs to you.

However, communists believe in achieving a property-less society. There is no such thing as a property-less society in this world. Achieving a property-less society is impractical.

Since people will not give up their property easily, the communists intend to use guns to achieve a property-less society. Thus, some communists transform into communist gunmen. That's it. Communist gunmen should be killed. There is no other way. There should be no requiem for killed communist gunmen.

For my other views, please read below.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#3 Jan 23, 2010
It is about evolution. When you are a child you need a parent to guide and protect you. When you are an adult you have to assert your independence and break free of your parents. You have to finally become an independent person. You have to finally detach from your parents. Beyond a certain point you do have the right to disobey your parents.

The older generation of Indians lacked confidence and were dependent on politicians. They never disobeyed politicians; and treated politicians as demi-gods.

The younger generation of Indians are more confident and have personal ambition. They don't need any leader or politician to tell them what to do and what not to do. So India must become more and more leaderless. You lead yourself and I will lead myself. Beyond a certain point you do have the right to disobey politicians.

In short, the younger generation have to separate politics from economics. The younger generation should push the politicians out of interfering in economic activity. It is political leaders interfering in the economy that destroyed India.

As the older generation die and are replaced by the younger generation, change is coming. Finally, the younger generation will insist that they do not need political leaders to lead them. The younger generation will insist that the politicians must de-control and de-regulate the economy. India must become increasingly leaderless.

Yes, a LEADERLESS INDIA would be good for the economy. The political leaders, often times, take decision for vote bank politics. There are too many vote bank politicians in India; and so Indians must become increasingly leaderless: a LEADERLESS INDIA. It is these leaders that destroyed India. Indians do not need a leader because Indians know what to do and what not to do in economics. Indians do not need politicians to tell them what to do and what not to do. Indians can lead themselves.

There is rising self-confidence among Indians. It is palpable. In the field of sports, the performance continues to increase. As personal self-confidence increase among Indians, the role of the so called political leader will diminish. India will become more political leaderless in the economic field. Indians do not need leaders to tell them what to because they know what to do. If you have good self-confidence, then please disobey the politician if he is supporting vote bank politics.

The people of India do know what to do and what not to do as regards to the economy. The politicians should not interfere in the economy. The politicians must unleash the Indian economy and it will definitely grow some way. Which way it will grow, we will not know. Nobody can tell definitely which way it will grow. It will just grow and change. We will wait and see where it will end up. This is the right attitude .

The Indian market alone is composed of more than 1 billion buyers and sellers. The Indian market is interdependent on the global market which is about 6.5 billion buyers and sellers. The market is too big; and therefore nobody knows what is happening in the market. Nobody knows what everybody is doing every day. Nobody knows everybody's personal ambition. It is impossible to predict how the market will change. The politicians must de-control and de-regulate the economy; and how the economy will grow would be difficult or impossible to predict. However, we are all tempted to predict. A prediction is only a prediction.

For my other views, please read below.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#4 Jan 23, 2010
It is best that each Indian grow his/her own way. And for this to happen the politicians MUST de-control and de-regulate the economy. Each Indian is different and has his own plan and ambition; and therefore there is no such thing as a national plan. The politicians must give the Indian people freedom by de-controlling and de-regulating the economy. The politicians must give the Indian people the freedom to achieve their personal ambition. The sum total of all the personal goals and ambitions of all the individual Indians is how the nation will look.

If India grows her own way (without political interference), where will she end up? I don't know. You don't know. Nobody knows. She will grow and grow. That's all. We will wait and see where she will end up. There are more than 1 billion Indians; and each has a different personal ambition. So, how can we have a national plan or ambition? How can we predict how India will look 20 or 30 years into the future. It may be tempting to predict India's future, but a prediction is only a prediction. We are all tempted to predict, but a prediction is only a prediction.

Using political power to direct the growth of the economy is not a good idea because it conflicts with personal ambition. Political directing the growth of the economy is a disaster. Political directing of India's growth is socialism. Socialism allowed the politicians to direct the growth of the economy. Socialism is a failure. India is under going economic liberalization whereby the politicians play a smaller role in the economy. The politicians MUST continue to give up control of the economy. The key words to remember are DE-CONTROL and DE-REGULATE.

The people of India do know what to do and what not to do as regards to the economy. The politicians should not interfere in the economy. The politicians must unleash the Indian economy and it will definitely grow some way. Which way it will grow, we will not know. Nobody can tell definitely which way it will grow. It will just grow and change. We will wait and see where it will end up. This is the right attitude .

The Indian market alone is composed of more than 1 billion buyers and sellers. The Indian market is interdependent on the global market which is about 6.5 billion buyers and sellers. The market is too big; and therefore nobody knows what is happening in the market. Nobody knows what everybody is doing every day. Nobody knows everybody's personal ambition. It is impossible to predict how the market will change. The politicians must de-control and de-regulate the economy; and how the economy will grow would be difficult or impossible to predict. However, we are all tempted to predict. A prediction is only a prediction.

People have personal ambition and are moving to cities to fulfill their ambition. The Tier 1 cities have become crowded and property values have increased. Now people are moving from Tier 1 cities to Tier 2 cities. When Tier 2 cities become more crowded and competitive, then people begin to move from Tier 2 to Tier 3 cities. India is on the move. More and more people have personal ambition. How India will look 20 years into the future, we will wait and see. But then again, it is hard not to predict.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#5 Jan 23, 2010
Let us the take the case of the population explosion problem in India. Again, what we need is a LEADERLESS INDIA. EXPENDITURE is the best birth control. Finally, the Indians will realize that having large families will make them poorer. It is all about EXPENDITURE: that is, the EXPENDITURE of running a family. However, if the politicians continue to interfere in the economy by subsidies and price controls to keep prices low, the people will continue to have large families. The politicians must make sure that they never give free money to the people; and this is the best population control measure. If politicians reduce government assistance to families, then the EXPENDITURE of running a family will force parents to have smaller families. If prices continue to increase, it is also good because it will force parents to have smaller families. So inflation will force parents to have smaller families. If government subsidies and other public assistance continues, then people will continue to have larger families. There are many words: subsidy, allowance, grants, stipends, endowment, fund, etc. The people should not ask the politicians for help; and the politicians should not give help to the people. This is a LEADERLESS INDIA. In any case, political power and political coercion should NOT be used to limit the size of the family. Inflation and price de-control is a good birth control measure.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#6 Jan 23, 2010
Politicians must DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE the Indian economy.
Currently, India's economy is growing. One day into the future, India's economy will slow down and it will all be over. While India's economy is growing, Indians must make hay while the sun shines.

With increasing urbanization, the age of skyscrapers has probably begun in India. It's about affordable housing. An increase in urbanization results in an increase in skyscrapers. Likewise, a decrease in urbanization results in a decrease in skyscrapers.

There are too many villages for the government of India to help. No government in India can help all the villages. One option is that at least some of the villagers must relocate to cities or towns for a better life.


India is not disintegrating. On the contrary, she is integrating through urbanization. She is consolidating through urbanization. The confidence of the rural people continues to increase: every day more and more confident villagers move to the cities for a better life. Day by day, as their confidence grows, more and more Indians are trying new things.

Indians continue to look for the all-in-one place, the city, where you get better schools, police, judicial service, jobs, water, electricity, supermarkets, etc. It has resulted in rapid urbanization. Every day, while the world is not watching, more and more rural Indians are moving to cities.

The poor must realistic. There are millions below the poverty line in India. Nobody can help the millions; and so the poor must help themselves. This is the only way. One day into the future, the economy will slow down and it will all be over. So while the economy is growing, please MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES. According to me, make hay while the sun shines means working at two jobs, not just one job.

The slum dwellers must work hard and earn their keep. ALSO, THE POOR MUST NEVER EVER GIVE SERVICES TO THE RICH FOR FREE. THE POOR MUST ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT THEY GET PAID FOR ALL SERVICES GIVEN. This is one way for the poor to pull themselves out of poverty. They should work at two jobs, if need be, so that they can save money to buy better housing and move out of the slums; and move into affordable housing. The GDP growth rate offers opportunities to many to pull themselves out of poverty provided the poor make sure that they get paid for services already given. I warn you. The poor must always make sure that they get paid for services already given. Do not surrender. Keep working and saving money to buy the affordable home.

One day into the future, the economy will slow down and it will all be over. So while the economy is growing, please MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES. According to me, make hay while the sun shines means working at two jobs.

Affordable housing could add to GDP growth.





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levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#7 Jan 23, 2010
Free market economics is the future, not communistic economics. Communistic economics failed both in China and former USSR. Both China and former USSR have changed and supported free market economics. In free market economics, it is the role of politicians to DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE the economy; and once the economy is de-regulated, the poor can work and pull themselves out of poverty. Communistic economics advocates a property-less society, which is very destructive.


Is India a property-less society or property-ful society. You decide. Is India a property-owning democracy or not? You decide.
Let us suppose that you buy a high rise apartment for US$50,000, US$150,000 or US$200,000. It may take you years to repay the loan. Let us suppose that you die 50 years later. The high rise apartment will be bequeathed to your children. Yes, after you die, the apartment will be sold and the wealth will be divided and given to your children. Your death will enrich your children.

You bought the apartment for US$50,000, US$150,000 or US$200,000. But 50 years later, the same apartment will cost 2, 3, or 5 times more than the price you bought it for. So when you die your children will definitely be enriched. So if you are poor, please do pull yourself out of poverty by working at two jobs so as to buy an apartment. India's economy is growing now and so please make hay while the sun shines. Please work at two jobs so that you can pay for the apartment. Sometimes one job is insufficient; so you may have to work at two jobs.

One day, into the future, India's economy will slow down and then it would all be over. India's economy is growing now and so please make hay while the sun shines.

In the case of communist gunmen, it is different. The gunmen want to achieve a property-less society. What is property? Property is whatever you own, such as, your rice field, your cows, your buffaloes, your goats, bicycle, motor-cycle, your clothes, wrists-watch, car, your bullock cart, etc. Let me ask you a question. Are you willing to give up your property or not? Only a fool will give up his property. Therefore, the communist gunmen will forcefully take your property at the point of a gun. So, you tell me. Should we kill the communist gunmen or not? We definitely have to kill the communist gunmen. There is no other way.

In the case of communist gunmen, it is different. The communist gunmen plan to forcefully take wealth from the property owners to achieve a property-less society. It means that all our property will be taken away from us at the point of a gun. What is property? Property is your house, your car, motor-cycle, bicycle, your wrist-watch, your underwear, everything, etc. At the point of a gun, the communist gunmen will take away your motor-cycle, your bicycle, or wrist-watch to achieve a property-less society. Be careful. Property-owners will not give up their property easily. So, the communist gunmen should be immediately crushed, pulverized and eliminated. We have no choice but to kill communist terrorist gunmen because they plan to take away all our property at the point of a gun. There is no such thing as a property-less society in this world. Some people have more property; and some people have less property. A property-less society is impossible to achieve. Is India a property-owning democracy? I do not know. If India is indeed a property-owning democracy, then she has to prove to the world by killing all the communist terrorist gunmen. I am sure investors would be very satisfied. DEAD COMMUNIST GUNMEN DESERVE NO REQUIEM.

A property-less society is not just recommended by communists. Even the Christian Bible recommends a property-less society. In fact, most religions are communistic or socialistic. Most religions do not think highly of competition. However, a property-less society is impractical; and competition is indeed an incentive for self-improvement.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#8 Jan 23, 2010
Free market economics and urbanization will not destroy Hinduism if we, Hindus, know how to handle change. Firstly, we have to concur that Hinduism will NOT perish, will not be allowed to perish, and cannot perish as a result of free markets and urbanization. Take a lesson from Japan. Japan is highly urbanized and industrialized. But the Japanese have not given up their religion. The Japanese people are mostly Shinto/Buddhist. The Japanese continue to cremate the dead. Successful religions/cultures have to adjust and change to the changing world. Hinduism is also evolutionary. Urban Hinduism will be different from rural Hinduism. Hinduism has to recommend that you work and earn your keep. Hinduism has to distance itself from beggars. Beggars are not Hindus; and likewise, Hindus are not beggars. Hindus should work and earn their keep. Hindus should recommend that beggars work for a living. The dignity of labor is important in Hinduism. Workers are important to society because they contribute to society. The Hindutva/Saffron brigade groups should attempt to eulogize the Hindu worker, the one who works for a living. Hinduism is not about the road to a heaven/divinity/atma in the cosmos, but about creating heaven/divinity on earth: that is, creating a better world.(There is no such thing as a heaven/divinity/atma in the cosmos because heaven/atma is within you. You are a human BEING; and the BEING/atma dwells within the human) We have to achieve a balance between work and religion. Every worker has to, through his work (gainfully employed) contribute to the world. Hinduism has to change itself periodically in order to remain relevant. The politicians must DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE the economy. Remember the words DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE.

We should have two kinds of Hinduism: one for the older generation and one for the younger generation. The older generation should resolve not to interfere in the affairs of the younger generation. Likewise, the younger generation should resolve not to interfere in the affairs of the older generation. Both groups should coexist and strictly maintain a policy of non-interference in the internal affairs of the other group. The older generation of Hindus must DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE the younger generation of Hindus. The younger generation of Hindus have more confidence and are willing to venture into something new. If the politicians de-control and de-regulate the economy, then ambitious Indians can venture into business. The politicians must leave the people alone. The people know what to do. The people know how to take care of themselves. Therefore, DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE is important.

The reality is that there are lots of have-nots in India. The government has limited resources. No government on earth can help all the have-nots. Thus Indians must work and earn their keep. The Indian people are quite capable of taking care of themselves. The Indian people do not need the politicians to tell them what to do. Each Indian should fulfill his/her personal ambition. The politicians should leave the Indian people alone as regards to the economy. The Indian people do know what to do and what not to do. Each Indian is different and has his own plan and ambition; and therefore there is no such thing as a national plan. The politicians must give the Indian people freedom by de-controlling and de-regulating the economy. The politicians must give the Indian people the freedom to achieve their personal ambition. The sum total of all the personal goals and ambitions of all the individual Indians is how the nation will look.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#9 Jan 23, 2010
Is India a property-less society or property-ful society. You decide. Is India a property-owning democracy or not? You decide. I think the communist gunmen support a property-less India.

If you want equitable distribution of wealth, then you can tax the rich. Using taxing power to achieve equitable distribution of wealth is widespread in this world.
There is a difference between taxing the rich for 10 cents, or $1, or $200, or $500, or $1000, or $10,000, or $1 million, or $10 million.


The government may be able to tax the rich for 10 cents and get away with it easily.

The government may be able to tax the rich for $1 and get away with it easily.

The government may be able to tax the rich for $200 and get away with it easily.

But if the government taxes the rich for $1 million per head, then we may have a civil war in our hands. We, the people (rich and poor), will not give up our wealth easily. Both you and me,(all of us), will not give up our wealth easily.

What did you learn? The government must tax the people, and at the same time avoid negative consequences. It is not just taxing, but how much you tax.

They also have a graduated tax system.

In the case of communist gunmen, it is different. The gunmen want to achieve a property-less society. What is property? Property is whatever you own, such as, your rice field, your cows, your buffaloes, your goats, bicycle, motor-cycle, your clothes, wrists-watch, car, your bullock cart, etc. Let me ask you a question. Are you willing to give up your property or not? Only a fool will give up his property. Therefore, the communist gunmen will forcefully take your property at the point of a gun. So, you tell me. Should we kill the communist gunmen or not? We definitely have to kill the communist gunmen.

In the case of communist gunmen, it is different. The communist gunmen plan to forcefully take wealth from the property owners to achieve a property-less society. It means that all our property will be taken away from us at the point of a gun. So, the communist gunmen should be immediately crushed, pulverized and eliminated. We have no choice but to kill communist terrorist gunmen because they plan to take away all our property at the point of a gun. There is no such thing as a property-less society in this world. A property-less society is impossible to achieve. Is India a property-owning democracy? I do not know. If India is indeed a property-owning democracy, then she has to prove to the world by killing all the communist terrorist gunmen. I am sure investors would be very satisfied.

A property-less society is not just recommended by communists. Even the Christian Bible recommends a property-less society. In fact, most religions are communistic or socialistic. Most religions do not think highly of competition. However, a property-less society is impractical; and competition is indeed an incentive for self-improvement.

It is for the government to de-control and de-regulate the economy. It is for the poor to pull themselves out of poverty by working and earning their keep and paying taxes. If the poor work at two jobs per day, they would be richer.

Incidentally, goods and services tax (GST) is scheduled to begin in India within year 2010.
levelheaded

Honolulu, HI

#10 Jan 23, 2010
I am not pro-bifurcation or anti-bifurcation of a state. Bifurcation and secession are not the same. With or without bifurcation, urbanization will continue. People do have the freedom to move from one village to another village; and to move from village to city, etc. Many cities are experiencing a population explosion. The mobility of labor is an important component of economics. There is mobility of labor in India. There are people from UP and Bihar in many states in India; and they offer cheap labor.

Indians continue to look for the all-in-one place, the city, where you get better schools, health, police, judicial service, jobs, water supply, electricity, supermarkets, etc. The confidence of the rural people continues to increase: every day more and more confident villagers move to the cities for a better life. Day by day, as their confidence grows, more and more Indians are trying new things. Day by day, as their confidence grows, more and more Indians are becoming self-starters.

Today, Indians have personal ambition. Some have moved to Tier 1 cities to fulfil their personal ambition. When Tier 1 cities become too competitive, then people move from Tier 1 cities to Tier 2 cities. When Tier 2 cities become too competitive, then people move to Tier 3 cities and so on. It's an India on the move. It is changing everyday. It is impossible to predict how she will look 20 years into the future. But, then again, the temptation to predict is there. It is impossible not to predict too.

There is a link between construction of high rise buildings and urbanization. An increase in urbanization results in an increase in high rise buildings. The number of high rise buildings in India is increasing. With or without bifurcation, the mobility of labor will continue.

There are other states that have been bifurcated before. So what? The construction of high rise buildings will continue.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urbanization_by_...

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There are too many villages in India for the government to help. NO GOVERNMENT IN INDIA CAN HELP ALL THE VILLAGES. Always remember that no government in India can help all the villages. The politicians and bureaucrats may be able to help some villages, but not all villages. It's IMPOSSIBLE to help all villages. It is IMPOSSIBLE to give running water, roads, and electricity to all villages. One option is that at least some of the villagers must relocate to cities for a better life.

Some people will remain in villages and wait and wait for help from politicians and bureaucrats. Other villagers will move to the city, the all-in-one place. The city is the all-in-one place because you get better schools, health, police, judicial service, jobs, water supply, electricity, supermarkets, etc. The confidence of the rural people continues to increase: every day more and more confident villagers move to the cities for a better life. Day by day, as their confidence grows, more and more Indians are trying new things. Day by day, as their confidence grows, more and more Indians are becoming self-starters.

Yes, India is undergoing urbanization. Population density will raise rent and property value and create shortage of some resources. Some urban dwellers will have to move to peri-urban areas. Some villagers also may move to peri-urban areas too. Some peri-urban dwellers may move to urban areas too. Many movements in different directions happen. There is peri-urban, peri-urban agriculture, and peri-urban farming. Sometimes you may have to relocate to find a niche in the market. The politicians and bureaucrats must DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE the economy so that there will more freedom for the people to adjust and accommodate and become more efficient and competitive. Remember the words DE-CONTROL AND DE-REGULATE.

communist

Kanpur, India

#11 Jan 23, 2010
levelheaded wrote:
::What is property? Property is what you own, such as your car, your house, your:::
For my other views, please read below.
Voila!! The world knows about the definition of property now, thanks to another brilliant post.

Requiem?? Where did that pop in from?

As far as your other views go, spare us the mental sodomy.

Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#13 May 5, 2010
Any area has cleared so far from Maoists?

“truth always wins”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#14 May 7, 2010
Khan from Islamabad wrote:
Any area has cleared so far from Maoists?
dear khan,
what is the meaning of clearance in a battle?

Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#15 May 11, 2010
Any area has been taken back from Maoists control or Still they are in charge?

“truth always wins”

Since: Jul 09

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#16 May 11, 2010
Khan from Islamabad wrote:
Any area has been taken back from Maoists control or Still they are in charge?
dear khan,
you would see india bereft of maoist within 2 years.

Since: Dec 09

Islamabad, Pakistan

#17 May 13, 2010
Lets he who will win.Why Hindian troops were sleeping before?
HII

Chennai, India

#19 May 13, 2010
HIYA
HII

Chennai, India

#20 May 13, 2010
HI
MARIE

Chennai, India

#21 May 13, 2010
HELLO PPL

“truth always wins”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#23 May 13, 2010
Khan from Islamabad wrote:
Lets he who will win.Why Hindian troops were sleeping before?
ha....ha...ha......
indian troops need orders from the civilian authorities to take action. if orders are given, they would do whatever task is assigned.

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