The World as we See it
Everyone today talks of growth and development of the nation, enterprises and the self. There is a constant eagerness to do better, grow bigger and being insatiable about wants. Fundamentally, these are desirable traits as it propels our efforts for more economic activity, commerce, movement of funds, material, labor and opportunity to use one's skills and make a living. The catch is growth and development at what cost? And whether astounding per capita income of a handful of the population means economic excellence? Is the government having a tunnel vision towards a certain segment of the community or the schemes, policies and laws take into account the bigger picture and the far reaching implication of developmental decisions?
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