Modi’s Triple Achievements : Most Unemployed, Highest External Debt, Most Inequality

Modi government has achieved three more milestones.

1. India’s external debt has cross half trillion dollar mark in December 2017, more than half the amount is coming up for repayment according to Economic Times.

The external debt increased from $224 billion in March 2009 to $446 billion in March 2014 and now $514 billion in December 2017.

The external debt is the amount of money Indians have to repay in US dollars and other foreign currencies.

In messages circulated by BJP internet army, RBI’s $400 billion forex reserves are shown as Modi’s achievement. But, this is just 79.7% of the total external debt with 53% of debt coming up for maturity in the next one year. That is, the forex reserves are just borrowed money parked by RBI in US dollars.

2. India has become the country of the most unemployed in the world – according the labour bureaue statistics.

India has slipped to the hundredth place in the Global Hunger Index of 2017, and in this case, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and many African countries have a better performance than India, while we were at 97th in 2016.

3. Richest 1% Cornered 73% of Wealth Generated in India in 2017: Oxfam Survey

A homeless girl asks for alms outside a coffee shop in Mumbai, India, June 24, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/Files

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    • thomas on April 16, 2018 at 12:59 am
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    India’s case – Failed Democracy with Toxic Personality including that Narcissistic and Egoistic side along with Crab Mentality also called as Tall Poppy Syndrome (Females sad with rapes and what not-catching up fast to global ranking of 3rd which belongs to Sweden for rapes while it will beat US too which is 1st. It did beat China for pollution as it caught up fast via air, water and land pollution where land pollution is all over the nation which is same as the water 1-mixture of garbage and plastics as well as food of humans when on trains and other vehicles where rubbish is thrown all over the nation and which many times gets mixed with animal and human faeces. Once upon a time, many rivers of India were the pride of Indian royalty while today many of those ones are dirty, filthy and polluted just like many others within the nation). How? Check out the following sources where need to read from Global Perspectives. The sources are mostly from Indian Authors, Experts, Researchers, etc, let alone foreign ones via Text, Media, Pics, Books, Research Papers and articles, etc from Google, Amazon India, Indian Media and so on (even various Social Media would share them too)

    • thomas on April 16, 2018 at 1:06 am
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    Reality of India is way off which New India needs to improve loads on. India’s case – Failed Democracy with Toxic Personality including that Narcissistic and Egoistic side along with Crab Mentality also called as Tall Poppy Syndrome (Females sad with rapes and what not-catching up fast to global ranking of 3rd which belongs to Sweden for rapes while it will beat US too which is 1st. It did beat China for pollution as it caught up fast via air, water and land pollution where land pollution is all over the nation which is same as the water 1-mixture of garbage and plastics as well as food of humans when on trains and other vehicles where rubbish is thrown all over the nation and which many times gets mixed with animal and human faeces. Once upon a time, many rivers of India were the pride of Indian royalty while today many of those ones are dirty, filthy and polluted just like many others within the nation). How? Check out the following sources where need to read from Global Perspectives. The sources are mostly from Indian Authors, Experts, Researchers, etc, let alone foreign ones via Text, Media, Pics, Books, Research Papers and articles, etc from Google, Amazon India, Indian Media and so on (even various Social Media would share them too).

    How do you all feel about each other? Be honest in your own mind. crab mentality (also called as tall poppy syndrome) still on – that includes the materialistic world or narcissism or egoism, etc? SADDENING to see that right around the world especially in countries like India, Philippines, etc where it is loads more? BUT do we need to be like that or can we better? (have a look at the world’s oldest family businesses where most would be from Japan because the crab mentality issues would exist in nations like USA, India [which includes Ambani brothers and many more], Germany [Adidas and Puma and many more] and so on – https://www.businesstoday.in/opinion/columns/how-worlds-oldest-family-businesses-have-survived-for-centuries/story/264445.html – article showing it is Japan and some of those lists can be seen under http://www.griequity.com/resources/industryandissues/familybusiness/oldestinworld.html).
    If we look at economic and human development under most lists, it won’t go to the US nor to the UK but to Nordic Region of Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland.
    Taking Kerala, it has bit of human development which it even had before independence but still has more work to do to even compare itself a lot to the world’s best (but, yes, better than most states of India). Economic development still has a lot more like most states of India. Same stuff can be said of couple of other states of India – developed in few areas but long way off the best.

    india’s case, toxic personality including narcissism (mental health issue), tall poppy syndrome also called as crab mentality (cultural issue due to both caste system division that went on with colonisation by different invaders) and other issues exist a lot including narcissism against the ladies. couple of these exists in all nations but india has huge numbers. most indians have toxic personality (not just narcissistic issue).
    the good part is there are some indians with altruistic nature, love, etc-hope that blossoms a lot more.
    here are few sites with india’s toxic personality:
    1) https://www.reddit.com/r/raisedbynarcissists/comments/3miqvd/coping_with_an_entire_culture_of_narcissism_india/
    2) http://factsanddetails.com/india/People_and_Life/sub7_3c/entry-4166.html
    3) https://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/opinion-india/hypocritical-india/
    4) https://www.quora.com/Why-do-the-majority-of-people-in-India-have-a-crab-mentality-What-steps-can-be-taken-to-instill-more-compassion-in-society
    5) https://www.quora.com/Why-do-many-Indians-have-to-belittle-their-competition-e-g-other-people-other-nations-culture-caste-creed-etc-to-explain-their-greatness
    6) https://www.quora.com/Why-do-Indians-and-people-of-Indian-origin-seem-to-be-so-jealous-of-one-another
    7) https://www.tripsavvy.com/indian-etiquette-donts-1539435
    (Have a look at the Intrusive Questions)

    Because of that mentality, india has a whole lot of issues:
    1) (This is 1 of the Articles that came up few days ago – http://www.sify.com/news/is-an-independent-india-doomed-to-be-a-divided-india-news-columns-sdwsSXcifibje.html related to 1st point) India’s Corruption along with other issues like Poverty and Bad Policies are the Reasons why Migration have happened. And India’s Corruption for Modern India started way before Independence which is why Mahatma Gandhi wanted to discontinue Congress Party in 1934 and start a new party for the nation and because that didn’t happen, he Left the Party as a Leader then (couple of books and articles show that) – because of the Corruption happening within the Congress Party. 1939 he again asked Subash Chandra Bose to clean up the Corruption mess and in 1947/48, he again wanted to discontinue the Congress Party and start a new party due to Corruption happening within Congress (but that didn’t happen). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corruption_in_India
    will show the different types of corruption in India where on the right side, you will see, corruption by country though if scroll down that page, you will come across the ‘List of Scandals in India’ – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_scandals_in_India
    starting in 1947 with the INA Treasure Chest Disappearance.
    https://www.thequint.com/voices/blogs/indian-government-poverty-china-us-modi
    is an article that came just yesterday-“WHAT KEEPS INDIA IN A STATE OF POVERTY? THE ANSWER IS, THE STATE ” is the article title (The answer is in India’s Crab Mentality, corrupted ways and old mindset that isn’t changing to accept and rectify things)

    Also, many people like to show Sashir Tharoor’s videos though after doing that and before writing his book related to that, he did say Britishers were not the only cause of India’s Poverty Issues. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/Mughal-emperor-Aurangzeb-drew-poverty-line-first/articleshow/21475729.cms
    is 1 article that shows INDIA WAS POOR DURING AURANGZEB’S Time. India’s Poverty and Inequality started during the Caste System like with the Rich and Poor Classes of the Western World too. Indian Caste System was started for Division of Labour though landed up being Division of Social Classes, which is what Aurangzeb and the Britishers followed – http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:mvlw98VrHfQJ:www.kaavpublications.org/journals/journal-2/article/article-1107.pdf+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&client=firefox-b-ab
    (RESEARCH DONE and WRITTEN BY AN INDIAN though there are many other RESEARCH ARTICLE, NEWS ARTICLE etc SHOWING THIS TOO).
    Britishers plundered India-Yes. What would many have to say to Indian Kingdoms plundering Sri Lanka, South East Asia, North West Asia and so on, not just by Traditions but by Invasions too which 1 can see under https://www.quora.com/What-would-India-be-like-today-if-it-had-never-have-been-invaded-by-Turks-Afghans-Uzbeks-Mughals-and-colonized-by-the-Portuguese-French-and-British#!n=48
    written by Balaji Viswanathan.
    So, Britishers actually played a better game than the Indian Kingdoms for Plundering because Crab Mentality existed then which is how Divide and Rule existed. It exists even today a lot within India as many still can’t unite a lot – still issues there amongst the various regions including states of India as well as amongst South, North, Central, East and West India.

    India – Corruption Perception Index 81st
    Crony Capitalism Index 9th
    Commitment to Reducing Inequality Index 132nd out of 152 countries (India 2nd most unequal region in the world after the Middle East, according to the World Inequality Report 2018; “Is India’s middle class actually poor?” article by Soutwik Biswas – India’s middle-class of around 600 million is not the international definition of middle class as mentioned by the Indian Economists who wrote the Paper as this would be India’s definition of middle class in accordance to Indian people’s aspirations too as stated by those economists in the article where they also stated (i) that the international definition of middle class would be around 2% from India and (ii) that most of these middle class people according to the Indian definition are close to vulnerability to falling back to less than international poverty line of $1.90 per day;India 2nd most unequal region in the world after the Middle East, according to the World Inequality Report 2018; India 2nd most unequal nation in the world after Russia, according to Global Wealth Report 2016; India one of the most highly unequal nations in the world according to New World Wealth Report 2016; 6th wealthiest country according to New World Wealth Report 2018; India’s richest 1% garnered as much as 73% of the total wealth generated in the country while world’s richest 1% own 82% of world’s wealth in 2017 according to Oxfam; According to World Bank in 2016, India was 133rd ($1741) while according to United Nations in 2016, India was 144th ($1706) for per capita income nominal GDP; According to IMF in 2017, India was 122nd ($7174) for per capita income PPP GDP while according to World Bank in 2016, India was 113th ($6572); India accounted for the largest number of people living below international poverty line of $1.90 a day – 224 million according to World Bank 2016; According to the World Bank’s international poverty lines set in October-November 2017 of $5.50 per day for upper middle-income countries and $3.20 per day for lower middle-income countries, India had 1.1 billion people while China had 661 million people for the former (up to $5.50 per day) and for the latter (up to $3.2o per day), India had 763 million people while China had 316 million people. India also had 268 million people below poverty line of $1.90 a day at that time while China had 106 million people; According to the Economist in 2018, the top 1% of India are making at least $20,000 a year while the next 9%, are similar to central Europe, which is in the middle of the global wealth economies, while, the next 40% of India’s population neatly mirrors its combined South Asian poor neighbours, Bangladesh and Pakistan and then, the last 500 million of Indians are on a par with the poorest people of Africa; “Everyone in India thinks they are ‘middle class’ and almost no one actually is” by Scroll India – According to the Pew Research Study in 2015, just around 2% of the Indians is actually middle class according to the international definition)

    2) Where would India be for Quality of Life (The World’s Best for most lists would be the Nordic Region where those 5 nations rank well too though others would be the developed countries)? That can be seen under https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/01/how-s-life-where-you-are

    3) https://www.facebook.com/worldeconomicforum/videos/10155198641856479 may bring about controversies but take the case of Higher Education Rankings on a Global Scale, India sadly doesn’t do well compared to Asian and Global Peers including Australia. 1 of Australia’s Biggest Exports like the US, UK, Canada, Singapore and so on – Higher Educational Institutions. Australia has about 5 universities within the World’s Top 50-60, 7 universities within the Top 100, 10 universities within the Top 200-250 (US of course is in a league of its own when it comes to Higher Educational Institutions followed by UK though both are slowly being challenged a bit by Australia, Canada, Germany, China including HK, Singapore, South Korea. Japan) while India doesn’t even compete with Asia counterparts and that is because of its FAILURE WITH RESEARCH which includes IITs, IIMs, ISB, etc (US and China would lead there though US would be the leader with Better Quality Research).

    https://worldtop20.org/
    is the site that shows the Top 20 Educational Systems around the World (US is falling slowly while the best are mostly from Europe and Asia. India and Australia aren’t there though Australia maybe ahead slightly due to India having Illiteracy Issues + also many failing with literacy and numerical tests – https://www.bloombergquint.com/politics/2018/03/14/even-indias-richest-states-fail-to-give-students-more-than-basic-literacy
    is 1 of those articles though there have been couple showing the failure rates for literacy and numerical tests for various standards from India).
    Illiteracy Rate 1st (UNESCO) (around 25 to 27% = around 344 Million illiterate Indians out of the roughly 1 billion illiterate people worldwide = around 35% of world’s illiterate)

    India’s ranking on a world scale
    Global Competitiveness Index 40th
    Population 2nd
    Population Density 32nd
    Sustainable Development Goal Index 116th
    Global Innovation Index 60th
    Global Creativity Index 99th
    Intellectual Property Index 44th
    Global Talent Competitiveness Index 81st, IMD World Talent Ranking 51st out of 63 countries (Educational System not within the Top 20 in the world by World Top 20 Project and in mess and Global University Rankings from India not good as behind peers from Asia and global counterparts) (Many of India’s best including the CEOs of Pepsi, Google, MS and others got their highest qualifications and/or professional certifications and/or work experience from foreign nations + those CEOs are Foreigners mostly especially ones of Pepsi, Google and MS as OCI or Overseas Citizenship of India is just Life-long Indian Permanent Residency as can see under Indian Governmental Website where INDIA DOES NOT ALLOW DUAL CITIZENSHIP)
    Human Development Index 131st (May get updated soon) (Gender Inequality Index 131st)
    Youth Development Index 133rd
    WEF’s Global Human Capital Index 103rd

    Infrastructure-India is still trying to fix it whether it is with Electricity or with Transportation side. Electricity-not all have it + crazy power cuts and voltage fluctuations. Transportation modes – animals to steam engines to various but still where are the footpaths and bicycle paths? Hardly any around the nation. Plus when will citizens from top to bottom obey laws? Driving on wrong sides of roads, vehicles zooming ahead instead of stopping at pedestrian crossing and so on.
    Previous Industrial Revolutions-1 and 2 as well as Platforms (PaaS)(not just apps or SaaS of Digital World via 3rd Industrial Revolution)are needed for Industrial Revolution 4 Tech.
    India is playing catch up with both Digital as well as Industrial Revolution 4 Tech (Plus India is more of a Copycat rather than an Innovator, especially Global Disruptive Innovator).
    With Startup, this is India’s scenario within Asia, where it is doing just ok – https://www.indianweb2.com/2018/03/16/india-8th-most-startup-friendly-country-in-asia-behind-china-and-even-malaysia/
    .

    4) Another area that Australia exports is Tourism where Australia’s ranked 7th in 2016 and 2017 under Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index (China was 17th in 2016 and 15th in 2017). India came to 40th in 2017. India and China of course have much better history/heritage but India is way behind due to safety (terrorism, homicides, rapes where if remember right, India is catching up to Sweden in 3rd place for rapes and so on), pollution (sadly, even Kerala is not that clean though good to see Kerala’s Tourism rising as well as the state utilising the talents of transsexuals and so on) and maintenance including infrastructure (maintenance includes monuments, buildings and even data records including sculptures and art not being properly maintained at museums where data records including description would be missing at museums or sculptures or art would be badly maintained including being broken many times).

    Couple of more global rankings for India
    Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index 40th
    Best Countries Ranking by US News in partnership with Y&R, BAV and the Wharton School 25th out of 80 countries (Adventure-37th, Citizenship-51st, Cultural Influence 29th, Heritage 6th, Entrepreneurship 28th, Movers 2nd, Open for Business 29th, Power 15th, Quality of Life 32nd, Education 32nd, Green Living 33rd, Raising Kids 58th, Women 50th, Comfortable Retirement 43rd, Headquarter a Corporation 41st, Investing in 9th, Starting a Business 9th, Study Abroad or Study in India 20th, Travel Alone (in India) 39th, Most Forward-Looking Countries 17th, Most Influential Countries 14th, Most Transparent Countries 44th)
    Global Terrorism Index 8th
    Global Peace Index 137th
    World Press Freedom Index 136th
    Passport Index Global Passport Power Rank 74th
    Environmental Performance Index 177th out of 180 countries
    Quality of Electricity Supply Rank 80th (World Bank 2017)
    Global Energy Architecture Performance Index 87th
    Global Connectivity Index 43rd
    Networked Readiness Index 91st
    ICT Development Index 134th

    Australia’s history/heritage sucks as it has hardly any except having the World’s Oldest Civilisation of 75000+ (Aborogines) and few other things including Dingoes coming to Australia (most likely due to the Indian migration) 4000 years back. What Australia does well under Best Countries Ranking by US News in partnership with Y&R, BAV and the Wharton School – ranked 7th (Adventure 11th, Citizenship 8th, Cultural Influence 9th, Heritage 28th, Entrepreneurship 13th, Movers 22nd, Open for Business 14th, Power 16th, Quality of Life 5th, Education 6th, Green Living 8th, Raising Kids 9th, Women 8th, Comfortable Retirement 2nd, Headquarter a Corporation 4th, Investing in 6th, Starting a Business 15th, Study Abroad or Study in Australia 32nd, Travel Alone (in Australia) 4th, Most Forward-Looking Countries 8th, Most Influential Countries 17th, Most Transparent Countries 12th).

    As most know, Australia has the World’s Best Fireworks during New Years (yearly). Apart from that, Australia has many events around the nation on a yearly basis as well as others that happen once or every few years or so. 1 of those is the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras while another is Vivid Sydney (where lights, music, art, technology and innovation meet where objects like buildings or Opera House or Harbour Bridge and so on are used). These are just few examples of how Australia gets millions of visitors each year just for events where it makes uses of the talents of everyone whether heterosexuals. homosexuals, transsexuals, etc along with tech and so on which is why Australia has been the MOST CREATIVE NATION under Global Creativity Index even though it ranks 23rd in the world for Innovations.

    Then, of course natural beauty including some of the world’s best beaches as well as so many more water activities PLUS Australia doing well with Cultural Aspect via Food, Fashion, Living Standards, Music, Sports, etc.

    5) Couple of India’s other issues (does well in few areas):
    Global Gender Gap 108th
    Global Hunger Index 100th (Out of 119 countries, Serious Hunger Problem and in Asia, did better than only Pakistan and Afghanistan)
    Global Food Security 74th
    Healthcare Index 154th
    Bloomberg World Health Index India Not in Top 50
    World Happiness Index 122nd (May get updated soon-it did-worse than last year-133rd)(Happy Planet Index-HPI Score India ranks 50th out of the 140 countries, Life Expectancy 101st out of the 140 countries, Wellbeing 104th out of the 140 countries, Inequality 103rd out of the 140 countries and Ecological Footprint 19th out of the 140 countries)
    The Good Country Index 59th
    KOF Globalization Index 107th
    WEF’s Global Manufacturing Index 30th
    Logistics Performance Index 35th
    Index of Economic Freedom 130th
    World’s Most Valuable Nation Brand 8th
    Global (Legatum) Prosperity Index 100th
    WEF’s Inclusive Development Index 62nd
    Ease of Doing Business Index 100th
    Remittance – receiving 1st (BORDERS CLOSING)
    Social Progress Index 93rd out of 128 countries
    World Risk Index (Disaster Risk Index) 77th
    Global Climate Risk Index 6th
    Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index 2nd
    Soft Power India Not a Soft Power
    Military Strength Ranking 4th
    Oil Consumption 3rd (PRODUCTION – WAY BEHIND, EXPORTS REFINED PRODUCTS)
    LNG Importer 4th (PRODUCTION – WAY BEHIND WITH NATURAL GAS INCLUDING LNG)
    Space Research Organisation Top 5
    Defense/Military Expenditure 5th (LARGEST IMPORTER OF ARMS)
    NTI Nuclear Security Index 21st
    Global Retail Development Index 1st
    FM Global Resilience Index 60th
    FDI Confidence Index 8th (May get updated soon)
    FDI Inflows 10th
    Made-In-Country Index 43rd out of 50 countries
    Ipsos Consumer Confidence Index 2nd (May get updated soon)
    Agricultural Production WORLD LEADER (EXPORTS – WAY BEHIND where DENMARK IS WORLD LEADER while CONSUMPTION – A WORLD LEADER)
    Fertility Rate 101st (Population Reference Bureau)
    Infant (Neonatal) Mortality Rate 31st (UNICEF)
    Life Expectancy 125th (WHO)
    Suicide Rate 24th (WHO)
    and IT JUST GOES ON AND ON where INDIA DOES WELL ONLY IN FEW AND BADLY IN MOST GLOBAL RANKINGS

    6) Couple of the books related to all these issues which can be found under Amazon India are The Crisis Within: On Knowledge and Education in India; Do We Care: India’s Health System; India Dissents: 3,000 Years of Difference, Doubt and Argument; The Broken Ladder: The Paradox and the Potential of India’s One Billion; Where India Goes: Abandoned Toilets, Stunted Development and the Costs of Caste; Maid in India: Stories of Inequality and Opportunity Inside Our Homes; The Vanishing: India’s Wildlife Crisis; Who me, Poor?: How India’s youth are living in urban poverty to make it big; Why India is not a great power (yet) and many many more especially in the last 3 to 5 years which includes Ruchir Sharma’s book(s) related to Emerging Countries including India.

    Because of all these issues, many Indians have emigrated (where COUPLE ARE FRAUDSTERS too). China, on the other hand, has lesser issues though issues are there too + it has been playing the power game-that of course can be understood from http://www.fortuneindia.com/macro/india-and-china-the-great-divide/101641
    (where china and india are today-the great divide where China is far ahead and where even if China stops growing, it will take India minimum 20 years to catch up)(CHINA, SOUTH KOREA, SINGAPORE, MEXICO, UAE, MALAYSIA AND MANY MANY MORE NATIONS from Asia, Latin America and think even Africa went ahead of India in the last 30 to 50 years). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-ybBZgN154
    (china’s power game economically) and http://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/inventions/chinas-terrifying-and-deadly-arsenal-of-weapons/news-story/e1519b0261611c9eddfa59411ef45055
    (china’s power game via military basis).

    Gender Inequality is an issue in India besides many others. DIVISION STILL RULES INDIA which can read via Global Rankings, Books, Articles, Research, etc by Indian Authors, Experts, Researchers, etc. WHOLE LOT OF STUFF THAT NEEDS FIXING including INDIA’S GENDER INEQUALITY, RAPES (India is catching up fast to Sweden ranked 3rd while US is the leader for it), etc.

    Few more added points
    a) https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/miscellaneous/only-5-of-adult-indians-establish-own-business-survey/articleshow/63356372.cms – only 5% adult indians establish own businesses (Low compared to most other nations globally)
    b) https://www.imoney.ph/articles/philippines-9th-best-economy-female-entrepreneurs/ (BECAUSE OF GENDER EQUALITY AS PHILIPPINES RANKS AS ASIA’S BEST FOR THAT which is why a lot of their females are into entrepreneurship though there are other reasons too why Indian females are less into it)
    c) https://www.opendemocracy.net/rina-diane-caballar/philippines-female-social-entrepreneurs – besides entrepreneurship, Philippines is also a leading nation in the world for social entrepreneurship including via females as world’s best social entrepreneurs are females (combines both entrepreneurship and social/charity/community worlds)
    d) http://www.financialexpress.com/industry/no-country-for-women-entrepreneurs-india-ranks-52-on-a-list-of-57-nations-barely-above-iran-saudi-arabia/1091704/ India does badly for female entrepreneurs where it is 52nd out of 57 nations
    e) http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/rising-income-stability-linked-to-declining-working-females-in-india-117050400150_1.html (Most Indian females-guess from India, drop out of work which is again a low when compared to BRICS nations as well as other nations)

    INEQUALITY ISSUES are high in INDIA not just INCOME and WEALTH basis but also GENDER basis (and sad to see INDIA NOT AS A SAFE NATION-amongst WORLD LEADERS for RAPES, MURDERS, TERRORISM TO HAPPEN, etc – amongst WORLD’S UNSAFEST NATIONS FOR FEMALES especially).

    GENDER EQUALITY is 1 AREA WHICH NEEDS TO BE FIXED in INDIA because there are other issues against Females in India where INDIA IS RANKED BADLY FOR GENDER EQUALITY. Yes, some of the Western Nations are ranked badly too for Gender Equality and few of those factors why Gender Issues happen though those nations won’t rank for all the factors that India does badly in + also, there are Western Nations that do well in all those factors and in GENDER GAP/EQUALITY WORLD RANKINGS.

    Now, coming back to Work/Business (including Entrepreneurial) Side-If we look at BREADWINNERS of EARLY HUMANS, it used to be the ladies via GATHERERS as HUNTERS (usually the males) didn’t have a great time at getting food and so on (which includes clothes). FUTURE BREADWINNERS are FEMALES, NOT MALES as MASS AUTOMATION via PLATFORMS (PaaS) and not just SaaS of Apps where Big Data, Big Data Analytics of 3rd Industrial Revolution as well as 4th Industrial Revolution Technologies of Blockchain, 3D and 4D Printing, Robotics including AI and 12 Other Major Tech and many other Minor ones which have integrated in their various ways in ALL INDUSTRIES GLOBALLY – THEY MADE SURE TO THAT. Big Data, Big Data Analytics and so on – the various technologies require NOT JUST SCIENCE SKILLS but also HUMANITIES SKILLS including ARTS and MANAGEMENT which including RELATIONSHIP BUILDING with Partners, Suppliers, Clients and Customers including Rivals…..FEMALES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BETTER AT CARING/EMPATHY SIDE (couple of exceptions are there but generally that is the case which can be read from various books and articles or even via just this article – https://smallbusinessbc.ca/blog/how-women-network-differently-men/) – MANY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BUILDING JOBS NOT EASILY AUTOMATED COMPARED TO CREATIVE, ANALYTICAL, LABOUR ONES, etc including STRATEGIC DECISIONS though automation already exists for all through parts (MANY OF THE LABOUR AND ANALYTICAL ONES – REPETITIVE-1ST TO GO).

    21st Century, the way of working is also different as 1 needs skills from Science and Humanities including Arts and Management where 1 WORKS FOR SELF even if working for others. That is why there are tools like LinkedIN, Freelancer, Upwork, Behance (Design), Fiverr (Design/Arts), Expert360 (Consultants), HealthGrades, Practo (Indian Health) and so many more globally and even locally which compare, rank, review professionals like Consultants, Dentists, Doctors, Teachers, Lawyers, Sales Professionals, Real Estate Agents, Designers and so on.

    NEED TO MAKE USE OF FEMALES AND ENCOURAGE THEM LOADS as THEY ARE THE FUTURE BREADWINNERS (just like they were in the past). NEED TO GET RID OF NEGATIVE STUFF TOO whether with females or males like Rapes, Murders, Terrorism, Robberies, etc to MAKE SOCIETY SAFER, CLEANER FOR ALL.

    Indians can be defensive about all the above things, but no use as India is known to be Reactive and Defensive under the Cross Cultural Management Studies (Various Research Studies) which includes ‘The Lewis Model-Dimensions of Behaviour’ – https://www.crossculture.com/latest-news/the-lewis-model-dimensions-of-behaviour/. Again, as said, I will just stick to Gender Inequality in few areas unless you like me to gift you with a lot of stuff where DIVISION STILL RULES INDIA which can read via Global Rankings, Books, Articles, Research, etc by Indian Authors, Experts, Researchers, etc. WHOLE LOT OF STUFF THAT NEEDS FIXING.

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IT employees’ opinions on Appraisal system

This appraisal system inculcates in employees the disgusting quality of pure selfishness and total indifference to the happenings to others...

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