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2014-08-13T13:29:43+05:30
We are now celebrating 60+ years of our Republic Day. But still many people are suffering from hungry, health illnesses. And people are living on pavements for not having a proper accommodation. And you can clearly witness the beggars along Rail roads, Temples When you travel or tour to India. And even in some Major Metropolitan Cities they do not have Proper public toilets or owned toilets. Especially the female gender who are doing their secretions in public places. This all shows that Media is weaving a fabricated story for increasing their T.R.P rating and increasing their Businesses. Some of the burning problems in India is facing similar to that many poor countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal are suffering. 

* Lack of Basic Needs: The most burning problem for India is the growing population hence the basic needs like shelter, food, clothing’s are away for so many people. And there is a lot of gap between poor and rich. Where the rich are becoming richer. Where the poor are becoming poorer. And the most sufferers are Middle class family people. Their life's are miserable. Any country will not be considered as a developed country with this Problem.
 Lack of Productiveness:Indians generally by Nature Work less and earn more .They usually rely in Business where they purchase a COMMODITY for 1 Rupee and want to sell it for 30 Rs Profit..
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2014-08-15T15:16:05+05:30
We are now celebrating 60+ years of our Republic Day. But still many people are suffering from hungry, health illnesses. And people are living on pavements for not having a proper accommodation. And you can clearly witness the beggars along Rail roads, Temples When you travel or tour to India. And even in some Major Metropolitan Cities they do not have Proper public toilets or owned toilets. Especially the female gender who are doing their secretions in public places. This all shows that Media is weaving a fabricated story for increasing their T.R.P rating and increasing their Businesses. Some of the burning problems in India is facing similar to that many poor countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal are suffering. 
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