Inclusive growth can curb the problem regionalism in India
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Inclusive growth can curb the problem regionalism in India
» Harsh Verma, Berhampore, 2016-02-29 04:23:22
Inclusive growth can curb the problem of growing regionalism to a great extent since people who are left unemployed are boycotted by the society more often than not. Inclusive growth, in my opinion can foster more employment opportunities for the youth which would ultimately result in less occurrences of instances where subjects like regionalism prevail over issues that are of greater significance such as national income, safety of the nation, corruption, inflation, etc.
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» Dhra, delhi, 2015-08-25 22:48:22
inclusive growth not only include economic development but also human development by improving human skills and it does not depend on any region as regionalism only divides people on the basis of their culture and thought process but not the skills they develop.
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» Prabhjot singh, patiala, 2014-11-19 15:45:40
chaar sahibjade
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» Ravi teja, Hyderabad, 2014-11-07 19:59:54
Regionalism in India or any where in the world arises due to the socioeconomic problems ,suppression of the people and exploitation of the resources at the native state.for example .i.e Telangana movement is of this kind , the problem is the local people want their identity and social and economical equality for everyone if its not reached the regionalism will arise . inclusive growth concept refers to the advances equitable opportunities for economic participants during the process of economic growth with benefits incurred by every section of if the government inject the best practices for inclusive growth to achieve its objectives and if it is done then we can majorly reduce the regionalism feeling among the people by satisfying all benefits, in short term it is difficult to curb the regionalism but in the long we can achieve this by implementing effective policies by govt .
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» Ansari, south delhi, 2014-10-16 00:34:15
Development especially an inclusive developmental model is the best strategy to curb regionalism in our state. The quest for instability issues arises at the bud of economic inequality which reflects a pure injustice over their standard of living , lack of accessibility to achieve basic and needs also securing them for the future . India land of diversity despite over the caste, race,socio-relegio-linguistic phenomina to a great extend the socio-economic development build on the spheres of inclusive growth can wash away whole relegional issues of this country.
» MOHD YASIR, Allahabad, 2014-06-13 08:56:19
Despite of having so much religious diversity we have been living sustainable life in our country since many decades. It may seem a problem now days but this helps to form a strong social structure.As we all love to be together we must find a better way to live it and hence inclusive growth is the key.
» MOHD YASIR, Allahabad, 2014-06-13 08:56:19
Despite of having so much religious diversity we have been living sustainable life in our country since many decades. It may seem a problem now days but this helps to form a strong social structure.As we all love to be together we must find a better way to live it and hence inclusive growth is the key.
» Ninglum Somipam KS, VijayNagar, Delhi, 2014-05-04 10:32:48
Inclusive development has the biggest potential to address the problem of regionalism(almost in every society and every states). It is also true that some social factors promote regionalism but when people were given economic justice and face no negative discrimination(which brings underdevelopment), people are more likely to live with harmony. In all the history of mankind economic injustice are the main causes of conflicts and wars. India, despite diversity in races, castes, religions, etc. is not exception to this. It is true that hungry man is an angry man especially when he feels that his hungry is at the cost of other people's creed.
» Mrinal Malakar, Guwahati, 2014-04-16 10:27:09
Inclusive growth have the potential to solve the problem of regionalism. but in india where even a district has a distinct identity in some areas inclusive growth might not be able to solve the problem of regionalism. only one or two points are not sufficient. a multi dimension approach is needed to solve the problem of regionalism. after all a single stick can be easily broken but a bundle cannot.
» Avinash Paswan, Arrah,Bihar, 2014-04-16 09:46:23
ofcource,inclusive development is only the way.for instant,the north eastern part of our country was left in solitude for long which resulted into rise of n no of insurgencies in that area.then govt felt the neccesity of special attention to the region and advocated and inplemented so many special employment,welfare and othe schemes which resulted into norrowing down of the insergency activities in the ares and if u are a regular follower of news paper the u can see that people are surrendering too. well,their are of other factors affecting the same
» Kumar gaurav, jorhat, 2014-02-08 08:10:10
india is country of diversity in it is proud of.diversity meane different religions, castes , regions and many languages.this is not present time phenomenon, but since ages in india.whenever a system was made for good of society, the beneficial group didn't want let go easily.every want good life. if it is provided every thing else hardly matters. by inclusive growth, if good life is ensued then regionism can weaken. not only regionism but castism and religion differences can be elliminted.
» Deepak, odisha, 2014-01-30 14:38:50
totally disagree. when constitution was being made then this point came to focus inclusive growth that gave the rise to reservation which today is seen as privilege by birth and in some cases people are taking unnecessarily advantage of it.inclusive growth can not solve the problem of regiobalism it will only spread the self centeredness around the people after some time they will demand this as a right.
» Mohammad rafique, allahabad, 2013-12-02 10:00:40
» Shima kausar, India, 2013-11-08 14:07:43
My vote for this debate
» Bhushan Patil, Pune, 2013-10-27 02:28:39
Inclusive Growth means All Section All Services.. It should be follow in Proper Manner..
» Vibhuti kumar, India, 2013-09-24 23:04:34
inclusive offers all sections of society to contribute their ability in the mainstream of development and elaminate the sense of disparity. everyone should welcome the goal of inclusive growth.
»Arpit , sre, 2014-12-17 08:31:49
you are right
»Shilpe singh, varanasi, 2014-02-17 21:03:15
every region has its own uniqueness and that can be used in positive manner because basically the problems are interlinked such as education, poverty, social justice, decentralisation of power ,so by focusing on a particular point we can get result to some extent.
»Arpana, india, 2013-12-03 13:14:30
Inclusive growth itself defines the development of all sections, all age groups,all regions and in more broad way its cum with the development of every particular.
»Poonam chauhan, delhi, 2013-10-10 19:32:13
sry.. my comments are in against the topic. so please manage. thanks.
»Poonam chauhan, delhi, 2013-10-10 19:05:04
Bt regionalism is not a problm for development perspective. even regionalism itself promote inclusive growth. the best examples are industrial and tourism development of Uttrakhand,Jharkhand n Chattisgarh state, out of goverenment policies n plans.
» Gaurav Singh, New Delhi, 2015-05-01 00:24:49
Inclusive growth addresses multiple problems like economic weaker sections, effective usage of our resources and minimal or no environmental impact but not to the regionalism. Being one of the most diverse country on the planet. and being second highest population, Regionalism is a all together different issue which is caused by different cultures and different languages not because of the economic status. for example . in New Delhi, there are people from all the regions of the country and regionalism always exists and their economic status do not matter but you we can easily find people with other of their same religions. Inclusive growth can curve this problem in the different rural areas of the country but not in the metro cities.
» Sandeep Kumar Singh, India, 2014-05-02 13:47:59
Dear Sir, if we talk about inclusive development then we should not compare it from regionalism. In my thought Regionalism always reflects two aspects i.e. one is positive and one is negative. In terms of social acceptance it creates divide between the people of two regions/ states. Even we have seen violent conflicts between the people of different regions/ states. Now about the inclusive development/ growth we have to see the area where we can go along with all addressable solutions in terms of education, health, legal and environmental awareness, water and sanitation problems etc. So at this point of debate, regionalism in positive sense is very advantageous to get the real picture of problem which the different states are facing, region-wise problems and way to resolve them will also be differ, so in gross sense the regionalism is not any hurdle for inclusive development of our Country.
» Ldeepak, dellhi, 2014-03-03 19:05:28
inclusive growth can not solve the problem of regionalism. Many a time regional identities like north indian discriminate against the northeast people or southern people despite their higher growth. in fact, cultural assimilation is also important for solving problem of regionalism.
» Rinoy, Kochi, 2014-01-11 20:19:57
In a diverse society like India, Regionalism cannot be completely eliminated.Every region has got its own uniqueness so in my limited intelligence, the roots of 'PROBLEM regionalism' lies in an incipient policy.The potential of each region has to be identified first and growth plans should follow them
» Nandesh, Vijaipur, 2014-02-20 09:54:57
Inclusive growth in the short term can not sort out regionalism problem.Because Regionalism occurs due to difference in opinion attitude.for eg. North indian does not motivate south Indian way of eating while south West Bengal dont like outspoken style of Punjabis. we can only rid of it by mixing the people of different genre by providing equal opportunity in metros cities as well as in small cities across all states.
» Deepak, odisha, 2014-01-30 15:22:18
but this will again broden the gap among linguistic,culture unequally distributed resourses.
» Ram karan, delhi, 2014-01-17 00:35:08
There are no such matter that a developments can make a problem and divided in area wise this is the our mindsets and political ambitions which can divide us in areas and on other such subject as......devlopment ,water ,minings etc.
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