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Nana Patekar is not your average armchair actor-activist. The National Award winning actor has been relentless in his critique of governments, political parties and the common man who seem to have tur...
Indian farmers and their children recognize the superior prospects that faster-growing industry and services can potentially offer. According to a recent survey conducted by the NGO Lokniti, 62 percent of all farmers say that they would quit farming if they could get a job in the city. As for their children, 76 percent say that they would like to take a profession other than farming.
Here are five steps the Modi government can take to quickly make an impact. The only proviso is that these steps should first be undertaken in India's 100 poorest districts where they are most needed.