Despite record levels of electrification in the country, the challenge to provide access to clean cooking fuel is still a persistent problem. The disparity among states in this context is highly starking.
As both India and Pakistan celebrate the 75th anniversary of their independence, unfortunately, Pakistan is identified as the progenitor and a safe haven for terrorism and global terrorists stalking and staring at the world with impunity due to state patronage. Pakistan itself claims to be the victim of terrorism and flashes out statistics to prove it. But it forgets that if you nurture those mercenaries, they will come to bite you back.
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The Indian subcontinent lags on the indicator of educational attainment and literacy both in terms of quality and quantity, even after almost 75 years of independence. The institutions that have in recent years outperformed others to reserve places in national and international ranks are a handful.
The assaults on Salman Rushdie and the Rajasthan Dalit boy both stem from democracy deficit.
Two recent assaults, the attempted killing of Salman Rushdie in a New York town, and the killing of Indra, a small boy in a Rajasthan village, for daring to drink from his school master’s water pot, point to deep failings of Indian democracy, without addressing which Indians cannot hope to be truly free.