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12.25 PM Dec 28th 2012
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Yes if congress is there in centre for 10 yrs and 10 % of indian take citizenship of other country then there wl be equality between rest of 90% indians. Right ??????
11.47 PM Dec 27th 2012
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Yes It is quite achievable.
India is doing well now a days
7.28 PM Dec 27th 2012
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Can`t agree with you more, our political class, specially the Congress, believes in rolling out doles rather than doing actual work to create infrastructure and thereby jobs for the rural poor.

The farmer after 65 years of independence still struggles to carry his produce to the nearest mandi, faces the wrath of floods and drought year after year. While in cities and towns the situation is even more chaotic with safety and security being the most neglected issue both from internal as well as external sources(terrorism).

But our leaders are unabashedly doling out promises with no follow up action???? Time has come when we force them into submission like it has happened after the recent rape case in Delhi......
5.44 PM Dec 27th 2012
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Fighting inequality is a catch phrase with all the political parties - so much so that the highest court in India has refused to accept any legislation whenever brought up ill-defined in the celebrated Mandal Commission as figment of imagination. After mid-30s, no census data are available as to who are the `inequals`. Since the `India Shining campaign` failed, UPA has made a fresh determined effort through NAC to shower free doles of food, fertilizer, fuel and electricity, mobile phones - latest being cash through Aadhar cards to wipe out inequality once for all. Now only the election performance of 2014 remains to establish, not 12th Plan, who indeed are inequals in this benighted country!
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no you can not. look at our bears they were minting money right from 2008. more money they make more will be disparity. when you want to reduce the disparity, you got to uplift the down trodden. what plans you have to uplift their earnings. all you want is to raise prices, energy price, wheat price, rice price, thru numerous exports, diesel price etc., all these will increase the inequality. all your actions of price raises are not allowing equality.
3.46 PM Dec 27th 2012
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With Narendra Modi at the helm of India - Yes. Congress at the center big no.
3.18 PM Dec 27th 2012
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THIS IS TOTALLTY IMPOSSIBLE FOR ONE MILLION YEARS
2.28 PM Dec 27th 2012
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No, if at the end of the 11th Five Year Plan we are still talking of inequality it reflects how successful we have been in this regard and how sincere we have been for this very important issue???

Successive Govt`s have been paying lip service to this aspect but since there is no conviction in their words the gap between the have`s and the have not`s has been increasing with each passing day.
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12.52 PM Dec 27th 2012
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Fighting inequality focus of 12th Plan. Is this achievable?
12.21 PM Dec 27th 2012
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