India's development

Aman singh

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A country which was once known as golden bird and today people call it as one of the poor country...
But, Now india is flying , flying high to show the world his dignity, power, strenght, India is now developing
India is developing in the field of education, art, science also the economic development of india has a huge growth, india ranked 77th in Ease of doing businees index. India's GDP grew five-fold to reach US$2.2 trillion in 2015 and the growth rate was 7.5% making it fastest developing country
Also, I this pendemic situation india has stepped towards the self depent nation i.e to produce and manufacture all the possible goods in India itself...

Moving to the histroy of india. India has the oldest civilization, culture, literatures and language. The most ancient language sanskrit through which many other languages are originated. India was the first to have the biggest university.

This shows the India was one off the best country in history, it is developing rapidly today and it will definately become the developed and bestest country in future


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The pre-british india was the richest nation on the planet. This economic privilege was mostly attributed to India's rich spiritual heritage and less on invasive tactics of the then rich Muslim nations. Localised between the mighty Himalyas and the gorgeous indian ocean, we enjoyed a strategically significant position, immune from enemy invasion and incubated to economic growth and rich lifestyle. But, it was only so long before india was looted of it's riches and natural reserves, but; above all of it's rich culture and tradition.
It must be realised that a larger section of India is still below property line. The economic development that is projected at the superficial level is limited only to a particular privileged section of the society. Unless more and more of the population, mostly In rural areas, is not brought under robust government schemes, along with education and basic healthcare, India will not grow as a nation, forget comparison with any other Devloped nations.
India's strength lies in it's spiritual culture. All of which is lost due to western influences. These nations have grown upon looting and exploiting eastern cultures. India's youth should adopt the spiritual practices, not blindly follow it.

Himanshi Agarwal

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India's achievements in sports 2019
When it comes to sports, the first thing that strikes our mind is cricket and Sachin Tendulkar. But there are other people who have been making India proud in sports apart from cricket.

  • In 2008, Abhinav Bindra created history by bagging gold in men’s 10m air rifle event at the Beijing Games. His gold remains the country’s first and only individual gold medal till date.
  • While we all remember the 2010 Common Wealth Games held in Delhi for all wrong reasons. What we don’t remember is that we won 101 medals, including 38 gold, and acknowledge the hard work put in by the athletes. For the first time in the history of the Games, India won over 100 medals in total and stood in the second position, after Australia.
  • Pankaj Advani, the only Indian who has dominated the world billiards for several years now and has won 16 world titles.
  • PV Sindhu achieved the Silver medal in the World Badminton Championships in 2017 where she lost by a whisker to Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara. She has reached an all-time high of 2nd ranked women badminton player. She also became the first Indian woman to win a silver medal in the Olympics, at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • 10-year old R Pragganandhaa became the world’s youngest International Master in chess.
  • Vijendra Singh in 2008 Olympics won the Bronze medal and blessed India with first ever Olympic medal in boxing.
  • India has been part of 5 men’s Kabaddi World Cups held till now and have won all them. The Indian women’s team has also won all Kabaddi World Cups held until date.