I searched about cambly app but its too costly. so is there any way like this?
Science and Policies key to it
Go away from politics and for shit sake give farmers machine to avoid crops residue burning.
Air filter tower (why not? if million dollars statues can be made, why not this?)
For time being subsidy to residents for Delhi to buy air purifier
And all other things mentioned in other answer:
1 Person to plant 1 Tree every 1 week.
Reduce vehicles emitting shits.
Policies like Odd-Even.
Stop entertaining your kids demands of crackers!
If you are more into casual partying with Strangers, then this is the right place for you.
As their tagline also says "Unstranger yourself", you get to meet and interact with a number of strangers and have a blast among them.
They have themed parties mostly depending on season (like Halloween theme happening right now).
Also, they claim to have a 5 tier verification system to keep creeps at bay.
PS: I myself have attended 2 events from them and it was fun.
No specific platform yet to show clubbing options
As of now, I haven't found any specific website or app to show reliable clubbing options near me.
Googling (in India) shows a couple of website "TravelTriangle", "Kittysu" and that's it. And they also doesn't seem to be right options.
If anyone finds some, please recommend to me too!
Eager to know, what tanks of each BR (lets use straight numbers) are the strongest in all terms (mobility, firepower, turret treverse speed,...)
Hell of crew of 10 people
This ain't dying soon.
1) Big fat tank - hell of space.
2) 3 cannons (remember to assign shooting button to secondary cannon in War Thunder options)
3) 2 of them are 45mm cannon.
4) 5 of 7.62mm machine guns.
5) Crew of 10 members - they have a whole hospital inside even if someone is injured.
Con - Top Speed of only 30kph
YES and NO | Depends if it wants to or not
UN can of course interfere in such moves, especially when this type of things happen in a disputed area and affecting masses.
It can start with scheduling a discussion session on this topic and then, based on votes of then member nations, might "recommend" Indian to either change it or put it back.
In extreme cases, if India doesn't follow the recommendations, it can order internal or external sanctions on India like lending money from World Bank etc.
Also, like I said, in very extreme case it can order to send UN Peace Keeping Forces in that area as well.
Other member/concerned nations can also put individual sanctions in India and pull off their diplomatic and trade ties (like Pakistan as done already).
Now the thing is "Do they really want to?"
India is already handling this situation diplomatically enough that it is not visible any extreme concern outside India (even within India not many people outside J&K state knows about actual situation other there)
And with good enough booming ties with US and already good relations with Russia, India have enough control in UN. Only China is a concerning state it is direct and indirect stakeholder in this issue (direct as China allegedly illegally occupied part of J&K state as Aksai Chin and indirectly as an all-weather ally of Pakistan)
Let's see how it goes.
With all this debate going on about current Indian govt. being "right wing" and liberal being said as "left wing", and still no term about "Congress" party. I would still want to know about actual differences and definitions of these terms.
"Social equality" VS "Social hierarchy" in short
I would simply put the Wikipedia definition here:
Left–right political spectrum:
The left–right political spectrum is a system of classifying political positions, ideologies and parties, from equality on the left to social hierarchy on the right.
Left-wing politics supports social equality and egalitarianism, often in opposition to social hierarchy. It typically involves a concern for those in society whom its adherents perceive as disadvantaged relative to others as well as a belief that there are unjustified inequalities that need to be reduced or abolished.
Right-wing political thinking holds that certain social orders and hierarchies are inevitable, natural, normal, or desirable, typically supporting this position on the basis of natural law, economics, or tradition. Hierarchy and inequality may be viewed as natural results of traditional social differences or the competition in market economies. The term right-wing can generally refer to "the conservative or reactionary section of a political party or system".
June 3, 1947, in a joint conference with the Congress and the Muslim League, the last Viceroy of India, Louis Mountbatten, announced the partition of India. What followed was a period of absolute terror, which, by some estimates, saw more than a million killed, and over 14 million people forcibly relocated. It is important for us to face up to why this catastrophe occurred, if only to avert another. Who and what was directly responsible for that division into 2 nation India and Pakistan.
As colonisers, the British had followed a divide-and-rule policy in India. In the census they categorised people according to religion and viewed and treated them as separate from each other. The British based their knowledge of the people of India on religious texts and the intrinsic differences they found in them, instead of examining how people of different religions coexisted. They also were fearful of the potential threat from the Muslims, who were the former rulers of the subcontinent, ruling India for over 300 years under the Mughal Empire. To win them over to their side, the British helped establish the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College at Aligarh and supported the All-India Muslim Conference, both of which were institutions from which leaders of the Muslim League and the ideology of Pakistan emerged. As soon as the league was formed, Muslims were placed on a separate electorate. Thus, the separateness of Muslims in India was built into the Indian electoral process.
They also created an ideological divide between the Muslims and the Hindus of India during their long rule and could not see them fit together.
Also there's a believe that they could not digest the fact of United-India for it could be a possible future threat with all those resources. So not only they divided India and Pakistan, they also left other princely states an option to choose as independent countries. If it was not for Sardar Patel, we would even have this India but multiple small countries torn among themselves!
Jinnah’s personal political ambitions and his unforgiving nature for the cause of Pakistan. Wavell Plan and Series of other plans rejected by Jinnah.
1930s: Jinnah was willing to make a deal, he was ignored (Provincial Elections of 1937) 1940s: Muslims were solidly behind Jinnah; He now had no reason to cut a deal at all. In 1946 elections, Muslim League 114 out of 119 Seats reserved for Muslims in Bengal and 54 out of 66 seats reserved in United Provinces.
Muslim League’s Sole Agenda under Jinnah became "Creation of Pakistan". As Jinnah said during his campaigns: "Elections are the beginning of the end. If the Muslims decide to stand for Pakistan in the coming elections half the battle would have been won. If we fail in the first phase of our war, we shall be finished".
Obvious religious polarisation by The Muslim League
While the Indian National Congress was calling for Britain to quit India, in 1943 the Muslim League passed a resolution demanding the British divide and quit. There were several reasons for the birth of a separate Muslim homeland in the subcontinent, and all three parties — the British, the Congress, and the Muslim League — were responsible, but the religious polarisation by Muslim League was visible.
Also, their leaders too did want a separate state for rule as with United-India they could not see any possibility to chair any powerful post seeing The Congress as realistic hurdle.
According to the book written by his assassin Nathuram Godse, he wrote while he was serving his sentence in jail, he justified his killing of Gandhi as reason behind division of country and no more any valuable asset. He wrote that he actually admired Gandhi since his childhood. He really appreciated Gandhi for the freedom moment. But he did not like one thing about Gandhi. When Pakistan wanted to divide from India for political benefits of a few leaders, although majority of people of the nation did not like it, Gandhi supported and eventually got the whole country divided into two.
That was not all. Jinnah wanted 50 thousand crore rupees from India for Pakistan's development (I'm not sure about the exact figure). Now this was something none from India liked but Gandhi again pressed for issuing the money and he succeeded. That crossed the limit of tolerance for Godse, and he took the decision to kill Gandhi. Even after killing, Godse admired Gandhi for the other good things he did for the country.
I think people in India are misled by always showing them one side of the coin by certain politicians. Also, we have totally forgotten the real heroes (I don't mean Gandhi wasn't a hero, he was) who struggled a lot for independence and lost their lives.
After the Lok Sabha Elections (General Elections) in India just proved astonishing support to existing NDA and Modi government, next major one shall be just months from now. It's Delhi Elections 2020. It's national capital and it's been base for rising third front (AAP) for last 5-6 years. But general election showed significant decline in AAPs vote shares too and even push them to third place after BJP and Congress.
Though the works of AAP govt. (especially in health and education) are applauded across the nation and even in some international forum, do you think people of Delhi shall keep believing in AAP or shall got with Central govt. mandate?
I am rooting for Arvind for he has stats in his report card.
Current govt. has been doing so so much, despite overall economy etc. of India.
Mohalla clinic model even studied by UNICEF.
Free accident treatment.
Free treatment in private hospitals if instruments not available in govt. hospitals.
More beds in hospitals.
Better results and passing percentages.
Different education experiments like happiness curriculum etc.
So many new schools and renovation of existing buildings.
DTC and Metro subsides for students, women etc.
More than 1000 new buses.
Student pass in AC buses too.
4) Bridges and Flyovers
Signature bridge completion.
One outer ring road overhead corridor completion.
Dabari-Mor Janakpuri overhead completion etc.
5) Cheap water and electricity
6) Metro stations have wifi now
7) Finally the govt. starting to conserve Yamuna water in monsoon to handle in summers.
8) Rs 1 crore compensation to martyrs
9) Trying to control pollution
10) Delhi GDP rose and collected more Tax despite financial instability on central level.
Be the first one to do it.
Be the first one to do it.