Total lack of soft power. I know what you’re thinking – there are bigger problems out there. Greg Blandino , Patrick Liew and Wenbin Wu did a great job covering them, and I invite you to check out their answers as well. From an ageing
The institutional barrier comprising governance, the quality of public systems, and economic policies has become the most serious impediment to agriculture growth. THERE IS a widespread perception that unbearable burden of debt and increased competition from imports are symptomatic of a crisis in Indian agriculture.
A great discussion with the famous environmentalist scientists and professors like Dr. Agrahari’s Sir (Scientist, Delhi IIT), Dr. Dheraj Sir (KMC, DU), Dr.V.P.S Malik (Shivaji, DU), etc… After a very hard discussions and with the source/help of ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, and Department of tourism, Government of