“India Has Made A New Tryst With Destiny”

Why is India poor and how can it change? Manish Sabharwal suggests these 5 key reforms to transform the country.

30/06/2020 1:27 PM
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  • Vinay S.
    13/06/2021 12:06

    India teri behn nhi

  • Vinay S.
    13/06/2021 12:05


  • Gayan L.
    08/09/2020 06:02

    Very well said. Educational reform is must. Time has come that we should change the total curriculum, so that the whole new upcoming generation will be more skillfull, knowledgeable, competent.

  • Murty G.
    28/07/2020 07:47

    Correct courtesy babus they want power by making useless rules 70 years plus 200 years British rules Added netas want these to continue for self as they can use on opposing persons

  • Arun K.
    28/07/2020 05:49

    I donot like this anti hindu man।i hate him

  • Kamakshi K.
    18/07/2020 00:31

    Very well articulated !!

  • Debdip G.
    17/07/2020 12:08


  • Jay V.
    11/07/2020 05:35

    🤦🏻‍♂️ 🤔

  • Shyamal P.
    10/07/2020 20:01

    What about brain drain

  • Dinesh A.
    10/07/2020 13:37

    Hello, Unless we give legal responsibilities to our gram pradhans in each village to initiate 4 startups per year with the help of govt agencies and ngos based on collective villagers efforts, our villages will have no progress economically and migration to cities and making them crowded will continue.

  • Jyothsna B.
    10/07/2020 09:37

    Don't listen to this He is trying to demean India

  • Baldev R.
    09/07/2020 22:11

    Honest approach and appraisal. Banana democracy.

  • Suhasini J.
    09/07/2020 20:02

    Hi Brut India. Very informative and research oriented . I expect more research based & thought provoking stories from this Team. Thanks.

  • Nishant S.
    09/07/2020 16:43

    the points that we were discussing!

  • Gini G.
    09/07/2020 14:15

    Even if India is twice as productive as today, Poverty issue wouldn't solve on its own. The distribution of the wealth created is not right. The poor working class gets the dust where the Richest gets a big chunk and the middle class tries to hog what's left of it. Even in it's best version of itself, Capitalism is not the solution.

  • Dhanasamy S.
    08/07/2020 08:41

    We have to act for administrative reform to correct remaining areas urgently.

  • Junaid F.
    07/07/2020 19:38

    Couldn’t agree more! This applies to Pakistan’s well. Thanks for highlighting this Brut.

  • Pema S.
    07/07/2020 17:25

    Benu Benuu

  • Kenneth B.
    07/07/2020 11:42

    I am not quite getting his point and his stand, he sounds like a liberal captilist.

  • Pauline G.
    07/07/2020 11:03