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Post  Guest on Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:06 pm

at your leisure please share your views on the following:

Why must we remain united? We must remain united because only a massive modern industry can generate the huge wealth we require for the welfare of our people — agriculture alone cannot do this — and modern industry requires a huge market. Only a united India can provide the huge market for the modern industry we must create to abolish poverty, unemployment and other social evils, and to provide for the huge health care and modern education systems we must set up if we wish to come to the front ranks of the most advanced countries.

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/why-i-cant-pay-tribute-to-thackeray/article4108839.ece

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Post  WillyNilly on Thu Nov 22, 2012 1:07 am

Rashmun wrote:at your leisure please share your views on the following:

Why must we remain united? We must remain united because only a massive modern industry can generate the huge wealth we require for the welfare of our people — agriculture alone cannot do this — and modern industry requires a huge market. Only a united India can provide the huge market for the modern industry we must create to abolish poverty, unemployment and other social evils, and to provide for the huge health care and modern education systems we must set up if we wish to come to the front ranks of the most advanced countries.

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/why-i-cant-pay-tribute-to-thackeray/article4108839.ece

we don't need to remain united in order to improve our standard of living, but i do instinctively want us - indians - to remain united, for other reasons which are not as easily put into words. common aspirations that we agreed upon in 1947 and more formally in 1950 are, for me, the best reasons. these aspirations - freedom, equality, peace, and prosperity - can be more easily achieved if we remain united.

i hope to write more about why i believe it's not necessary to remain united in order to improve our standard of living.
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Post  Guest on Thu Nov 22, 2012 3:24 am

WillyNilly wrote:
Rashmun wrote:at your leisure please share your views on the following:

Why must we remain united? We must remain united because only a massive modern industry can generate the huge wealth we require for the welfare of our people — agriculture alone cannot do this — and modern industry requires a huge market. Only a united India can provide the huge market for the modern industry we must create to abolish poverty, unemployment and other social evils, and to provide for the huge health care and modern education systems we must set up if we wish to come to the front ranks of the most advanced countries.

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/why-i-cant-pay-tribute-to-thackeray/article4108839.ece

we don't need to remain united in order to improve our standard of living, but i do instinctively want us - indians - to remain united, for other reasons which are not as easily put into words. common aspirations that we agreed upon in 1947 and more formally in 1950 are, for me, the best reasons. these aspirations - freedom, equality, peace, and prosperity - can be more easily achieved if we remain united.

i hope to write more about why i believe it's not necessary to remain united in order to improve our standard of living.

this is a commentary by another writer on the paragraph i gave earlier:

http://ibnlive.in.com/blogs/debrajbhattacharya/3422/64078/the-undeclared-war-among-the-states--where-is-this-leading-to.html

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