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FDI Background The recent cabinet decision on FDI in retail has triggered protests by opposition and key allies

of the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA), who are demanding a roll back of the policy. The hour-long meeting held in Parliament House failed to resolve the logjam in the two Houses as opposition parties, led by BJP and the Left, stuck to their stand and demanded rollback of the Cabinet decision to allow 51 per cent FDI in multi-brand retail. Though at present only 53 cities with population not less than 10 lakh in the country have been identified for FDI As the fourthlargest economy in the world in PPP terms, India is a preferred destination for FDI. During 2000-10, the country attracted $178 billion as FDI. Favor This will bring modern technology to the country. Improve rural infrastructure. It would help build infrastructure and create a competitive market. Reduce wastage of agricultural produce. Enable our farmers to get better prices for their crops. Consumers will get commodities of daily use at reduced prices. Biggest beneficiary of this would be small farmers, who would be able to improve productivity and realize higher remuneration by selling directly to large organized players and shorten the chain from farm to consumers. Government too stands to gain by this move through more transparent and accountable monitoring of goods and supply chain management systems. It can expect to receive an additional US$ 25-30 billion by way of taxes Opening of retail can be seen as a solution for food inflation, which has been confounding policy-makers. FDI in retail would help in building much needed back end infrastructure. Additionally, he said, investments in cold storage chain infrastructure would reduce loss of agricultural produce and provide more options to farmers.

Against Our interest rates today are as high as 14 per cent to 16 per cent how do we compete with the economies which have a 4 per cent interest rate. Our infrastructure our trade facilitations our labor laws, all these factors collectively don't make India low cost. So do you want India to become a center where we allow foreign companies to come in and set up these large chains which eventually instead of selling domestic products out sourcing internationally the cheapest sources and selling those products. Please remember domestic retail normally sources domestically, international retail sources internationally because they source from the cheapest sources. Even if big retail companies help the farmers in resurrecting their economy, what plan does the government has for millions of middlemen who are part of the business process chain that ensures manufactured products reach end users. We engage millions of uneducated and semi-educated people at various stages of retail business spread across towns and cities but we are afraid that Tesco and Wal-Mart will only engage smart and educated workforce in small strength, comparatively. Conclusion. Government is taking this decision in good faith. Few persons and lobbies controlling the rates of food commodities in India. And bringing more competition in market will bring better prices for buyers as well as sellers of commodities. Parties protesting against FDIs in retail have choice to not allow FDIs in the states they are ruling. Government should make a regulatory body for the commodity trade as we have for cellular services.

RAPE CASE Six drunken men were joyriding in a bus last Sunday when they picked up the physiotherapy student and her 28-year-old male companion. They took turns raping her before throwing the pair off the speeding vehicle. During her ordeal, the victim was attacked with an iron rod, causing serious intestinal injuries. Six men have since been arrested. A combination of abusive sexual behavior, a scant fear of the law and India's creaky judicial system encourage such attacks. The number of rape cases in New Delhi has risen by nearly one-fifth to 661 this year from a year ago, according to government figures, the highest among India's big cities. Favor of Strict laws: We need even more fearful laws then capital punishment so criminals think twice before such heinous crimes. Only decent people have any reason to be afraid of the law any more. If there is, in fact, no protection for the law-abiding, then why should we pay taxes for something we do not get? All rich people and politicians long ago began to hire private security men who do the job the police once did, but only for them. Because there is no fear left in criminals for the law. How we can let live such criminals in our society unpunished? Imprisonment in India is not so tough punishment. Length of the imprisonment should be increased for all such crimes. Just keeping criminals on 2 years or so in jail doesnt change much in them. Most of them with political connections come out on bail or again join crime full time after coming out of jail. We need drastic change in our law and order system to establish fear of law can be established between criminals. Starting point of this can be capital punishment for these rapists. They deserve it government should do whatever required to give them such punishment. Fear of law: There is no fear of law left in criminals so there is need to make stricter laws in India which will again establish the respect for law in heart and mind of citizens.

Against of Strict laws: In past 10 years we have executed only 2 people under capital punishment. Even we make such stringent law it wouldnt change much. Rather than death penalty, swift arrest and fast-tracked trial leading to conviction alone can instill fear of law in people and deter commission of crimes, be it against women or in general. Decision to give them capital punishment because it is not the right way to deal a crime with another crime. Capital punishment itself is a judicially assisted murder. Death penalty cannot be a deterrent unless swift and sure delivery of justice can be ensured." In 2011, no investigation was done in 36.6% of recorded instances of rape. Police should get active now and administrators should empower police to act against criminals. There are many cities in our country where politicians first helped criminals to grow. And later they have to empower police to curb those criminals. And police successfully curbed crimes in many cities with political support, so real question of political willingness to curb crimes. If you use criminals, to win elections then you will never wanted to wipe them out. Fast track special courts to deal with sexual crimes, improved justice delivery system and stringent sexual harassment laws. The conviction rate of rape cases has dropped from 46% in 1971 to 26% in 2012.So even death penalty is there no one can confidently say that conviction will really take place.

Conclusion: Making only stricter laws would not establish the law and order in our country. But in such special cases government should take strict action against guilty and set an example for criminals. We cannot just let go every time by just depending on the existing system. We have to improve our system and empower administration to become a better society. LOKPAL BILL The Jan Lokpal Bill also referred as citizen's ombudsman bill. The Jan Lokpal Bill aims to effectively deter corruption, readdress grievances of citizens, and protect whistleblowers. If made into law, the bill would create an independent ombudsman body called Lokpal (Sanskrit: protector of the people).It would be empowered to register and investigate complaints of corruption against politicians and bureaucrats without prior government approval. In April 2011, civil activist Anna Hazare started a Satyagraha movement by commencing an indefinite fast in New Delhi to demand the passing of bill. Movement attracted attention of media, and hundreds of thousands of supporters, in part due to the organizational skills of Arvind Kejriwal. Following Hazare's four day hunger strike, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stated that the bill would be re-introduced in 2011 monsoon session of the Parliament. Features of proposed bill To establish a central government anti-corruption institution called Lokpal, supported by Lokayukta at the state level. As in the case of the Supreme Court and Cabinet Secretariat, Lokpal will be supervised by the Cabinet Secretary and the Election Commission. As a result, it will be completely independent of the government and free from ministerial influence in its investigations. Members will be appointed by judges, Indian Administrative Service officers with a clean record, private citizens and constitutional authorities through a transparent and participator process. A selection committee will invite short-listed candidates for interviews, video recordings of which will thereafter be made public. Every month on its website, the Lokayukta will publish a list of cases dealt with , brief details of each, their outcome and any action taken or proposed. It will also publish lists of all cases received by the Lokayukta during the previous month, cases dealt with and those which are pending. Investigations of each case must be completed in one year. Any resulting trials should be concluded in the follo

Women's empowerment will lead to social development. Favor Woman is base of family. When you empower a woman, you empower a family. Women have major influence on children and thus society. Empowerment of women will give new workforce for society. This question may be invalid in few countries where women are treated equally but in few other countries women empowerment is must.

Against No direct connection. Empowerment of women may lead to nuclear families and split homes. Women are already in good position in society so this question is invalid.

Conclusion Woman is important part of society and her empowerment is must of development. In developed countries every member of society is in equal position. But in developing nations we need to empower people who are not receiving equal treatment.

Women empowerment - A cause for increasing divorce rate in India. Favor Women empowerment stands for empowering women with legal and social rights, education, awareness about self and the world. Increase in numbers of divorce can be attributed in part to women empowerment since women being more aware of their legal rights would not mind walking out of a violent or unfulfilling relationship. As women become more independent financially, there is a lesser probability that a women stays in a relationship out of sheer necessity and obligation. On the other hand with women doing well as men if not better the traditional Indian male might find it difficult to have a more successful second half.

Against In past, males in India might be embarrassed to ask for divorces due to family pressures and guilt of leaving his wife and children without proper financial support. Laws have broadened definition of domestic violence to include not just physical, but mental and emotional abuses as grounds of divorce. These laws have contributed too many unilateral decisions to walk out of abusive relationships. Although these laws apply to both sexes, these were meant to be a step towards women empowerment. Influence of Western Culture. With globalization, increased communication and more issues breached on television, increased divorces may have been encouraged Lifestyle change: Increased work hours, inter-action between colleagues of opposite sex. These may also lead to divorces although not only from womens end... It would be interesting to note whether increased divorce rates are in cities only or villages also

ConclusionWomen empowerment is not the only cause for the increase in the divorce rate. It is also the change in the social and family structure. Inclination to nuclear families, work pressure, lesser adjustment and a declining trust to the institution of marriage. Managerial skills learnt from classroom can never match those learnt from experience. Favour In class rooms a student can only read books and read case studies which are not the experience of him so it not imprints in his mind and lost soon. It is a fact that text books can cover only few situations where as real life is combination of many other complex situations Reading just gives students glimpse how they should react in a particular situation but when that particular situation comes in real life it depends on his personality that how he reacts. In real life a situation and its memory is combination of reaction, result and feelings like sadness, happiness ,winning, loss which becomes part of human mind forever which not happens in classroom

Against Books cover all basic situation to describe all complex situations so basically a manager face one of the situation almost all time Institutes are providing experience to students by using techniques of drama and role play in classroom which is a great way of learning real life problems in real time scenarios

ConclusionReal time experience is always more important than the classroom studies. In classroom studies one can learn more using modern techniques of learning. TERRORISM Terrorism is the main problem in India. Thousands of people has been lost their life in terrorist attack. We know India is most affected country and there are so many reason for this, 1. Lack of education in those people who lives in remote area and in villages. 2. Presence of huge no of unemployed youth among them few are do such kind of activity just because of frustration and need of money. 3. Lack of modern technology in our security system. 4. Corrupt system and corrupt peoples always give help in terrorism and India has large no of those kind of people. So if we rectify all those point then only India will be free from terrorism. I feel the time has come that we just think. Its the time when we should really act upon certain things. Terrorism now a days is acting as deep scar on INDIA's name and fame. We see always people just talking about the effects of such acts no one focuses on the main cause. The main thing is that that why such these things happen? in a country like yours. The cause of these are the basic ethical and moral values of a human being. It is always said that 'charity begins at home'. In spite of blaming politicians and others we first of all see that are our clothes clean. As in today period requires we should first clear our ethics and morals as we are the only future of the country if we will take it lightly so as will be done by our future generations. So firstly we should play our part in the society and no person with such bad morals is grown/brought up. Hoping to have a society with no such issues. Deal with high oil price As we aware of our topic, I want to share my opinion how to reduce oil price. There is a direct relation of oil price with demand and supply. We all know that oil is limited natural resource. India is importing oil IRAN and equally exporting Basmati rice with 15 percent premium but due to high use of oil balance of payment is negative therefore we need to focus on reducing consumption. By the following way. 1) Use public transport because it can carry more people in less fuel consumption. 2) Promote the use of solar energy for household purpose. 3) Subsidy should provide in use of alternative energy sources not in oil. Therefore it will reduce the use of oil and increase the consumption of alternative sources, then in long run oil price in proper control.

4) Government promote the idea like electric car etc. 5) Government and private company jointly invest in R&D activities regarding alternative sources of energy. 6) It will be appreciated that if four wheeler and two wheeler company are coming with new technology which reduce the use of oil. Awareness is the only way to face the every problem therefore we need to make people aware how oil price can bring distress to economy and every household budget. Should the public sector be privatised This topic which we all are discussing is about the privatization. I first would like to define this It is an action of making any sector as your own, you have your own right to use and run that in your way. See we all are now in a competitive world which is growing very fast. So for surviving we will also to be fast. Private sectors increase the competition among themselves and create motivative environment to do best and get the success. So If there would be privatization our country will not only grow fast but also there will be strong economy of our country. It will also reduce the corruption, which is a big disease of any country, which is there in public sector because people will strictly follow the norms if they won't they will get fired. On the other hand privatization will make every sector money oriented and won't take care about public welfare their convenience and upliftment which is their in case of public sector. But I would still suggest to take a positive action and try privatization in the sectors where it can really bring the change like- Water, Electricity and LPG supply because people would have full control and limit of usage of resources so they would be able to use these in economic and efficient manner. So try because "Not trying is bigger failure than the failure after trying. ". SPOT FIXING Yes you all might be right cricketers should be blamed for this evil crime. I know and everyone knows this that how much put in it needs to get your faces in TV screen AND people enjoys every glimpse of yours. In fact cricketer are also human beings. They are not god who cannot commit mistakes. They have learned nothing but the cricket so we can enjoy at our stressed sitting in our AC rooms, watching them playing, jumping like hell and all that. All we need to blame is the system who keep check on spot fixing. They can spot the spot fixing after it happens but can, t stop before the scene. If they can't track the bookies then they should handover there job to someone else. Anyone can be distracted from his job. At Least 1 chance should be provided to them for the sake of so much years of their pain. Yes yet its cricketers who are to be blamed. Why not ? Even though they are getting millions , even though they have immense fans' support , they are still hungry . I can't understand them . They have struggled for years to gain a place in the team , they stood as the representatives of a historic nation . What more do they need to fell proud of themselves? In my view , Match - fixing is something like selling our mother to someone as a slave. It's really shame upon their part . Because of such stupid malefactors , the entire team has to face severe criticism & bear many doubtful questions which pain the innocents. Those who do Match Fixing should be treated as terrorists . On seeing the way , they are being humiliated , no other player should at-least think of Match Fixing.The BCCI should carefully watch the players and remove if there are any weeds in the team .