What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of India

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Both Simon Heffer and Moisés Naím argue that a common social purpose is necessary for a society to develop and flourish. However, today more than ever, ideologies seem less persuasive and people care more about their own individual interests rather than their collective well-being. What, in your opinion, are the dangers of this trend for your country and what can and needs to be done about it?
Individual interests are gaining precedence over common-purpose driven collective interests. The challenges and impending dangers this trend brings along are widespread and distressing in the long run. Four main ones in the context of India come to light – rise in corruption levels, divided voting patterns, tendency to challenge government policies and
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Besides, reiteration of the mythological stories behind why festivals are celebrated, however, with a modern variation (such as using web-series or blogs) would be the proposed solution of what can and needs to be done about the fact that people are losing touch with their cultures in this ever-modern era.
To conclude, seeing familial and migratory trends and rural voting patterns in India are signs of the
Indian populous becoming increasingly self-centred. The very noticeable and tangible drawbacks of this trend include but are certainly not limited to an increase in grassroot-level corruption, divided voting patterns leading to often fruitless governance by coalition governments, meddlesome behaviour by citizens leading to hindrance of administration and the long-term effect of losing culture and identity, swayed by western norms. Noteworthy financial, social and political measures have been taken by the government to align the motives of citizens towards common purposes.
Nevertheless, to ensure complete compliance with common purpose, state ideologies need to be more persuasive and innovative. India was united on all fronts during the struggle for
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