In our economic matters, there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing.

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PRAVEEN KUMAR said:   1 decade ago
It is easy to blame someone rather than doing something special. So sometimes planning takes longer time. But for long term projects it is mandatory to invest some time in thinking process also. We have an example of DMRC in our country where all the projects are being completed before time. We are doing very well in infrastructure development. However the speed may be slow but our duty is to accelerate the process rather than blaming someone else. We are the second fastest growing economy in the world, all we need to do is to keep confidence in ourself. JAI HO INDIA.

Maddy said:   1 decade ago
The whole country works like a bullock cart. Everything here is slow. People speak and promise more than they actually do. So like our politician. The promises made decade back. But still not yet been fulfilled.

Digvijay said:   1 decade ago
I think that the time taken to plan a strategies in India is too much thats because till the time the strategy is planned and executed it no longer remains the demand of the society.
Hence I suggest that instead of five year plans and ten year plans if India adopts a three yearly strategy planning and divide ten yearly strategy planning into three parts rather than two then then it will be more beneficial to the people of India will be able to get more benefits and satisfaction from it.

Vinod said:   1 decade ago
There is no doubt that India has produce some of the greatest intellectual in the world but when we take a list of famous inventors in different field then we can see that the share of Indians are at a minimum. The problem with our countrymen is we give a lot of importance in understanding things but not so much for implementing what we have understood.

This happens in every field. Take the case of finance. There are less than 2 percent of household in India who has invested in the stock market. At the same time we can see that there are a great number of people who know that our economy is booming also they have the knowledge to invest in the market. But they will not do it rather they stay and watch the action from outside the ring. So for our country to truely prosper this mindset has to be changed for the better.

Rohit sharma said:   1 decade ago
In economics government policies are going on but it is only thought but not implemented perfectly politicians promise to develop our progress and country but not implemented enough let us take an example of price rice of petrol, sugar and so on it is not controlled so we can say this.

Crazy_protagonist said:   1 decade ago
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