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In Tel Aviv, where gory killings, deaths and bombardments take place every now and then, the front page of the newspaper had the picture of a Jewish gentleman who in five years had transformed his desert land into an orchid and a granary. It was this inspiring picture that everyone woke up to. We want foreign TVs, foreign T-shirts, foreign technology.

There is an obsession with everything that is imported. According to Dr.

Kalam, self-respect comes only with self-reliance. There conformity in Foreign Countries but Detached in Motherland. In India, we the people blame the government for being inefficient, the laws for being too old, the municipality for not picking up the garbage etc.

But what do we do about it? When the same Indian can respect and conform to a foreign system in other countries, he cannot do that on his own. You will throw papers and cigarettes on the road the moment you touch Indian ground.

India Chapter 7: The Easy Way Out: Blame it on the System: We sit back wanting the government to do everything for us, while our contribution is totally negative. We expect the government to clean up but we are not going to stop chucking garbage all over the place, nor are we going to stop to pick up a stray piece of paper and throw it in the bin. We expect the railways to provide clean bathrooms but we are not going to learn the proper use of bathrooms.

When it comes to social issues like women, dowry, girl child etc. And for all these negatives on our part, we blame it on the system. The whole system has to change, we seem to justify. For us, the system consists of everyone else except you and me. When it comes to making a positive contribution to the system we lock ourselves along with our families into a safe cocoon and wait for a Mr.

Clean to come along and work miracles for us, or we leave the country and run away.

Like lazy cowards hounded by our fears, we run to America to bask in their glory and praise their system. When New York becomes insecure we run to England. When England experiences unemployment, we take the next flight out to the Gulf.

When the Gulf is war struck, we demand to be rescued and brought home by the Indian government itself. Everybody is out to abuse and rape the country.

Nobody thinks of feeding the system because our conscience is mortgaged to money. India Chapter 8: Kalam insists that Vision is certainly achievable and corroborates this further by giving several examples from past victories e.

Kalam stresses on two important facts to achieve this vision — Sensitization to problems and a will to achieve.

To be able to achieve this vision, one should rise above ones routine, mundane problems and try and achieve something beyond the ordinary: at the same time taking care of the feasibility of the project.

This means that although at the time of articulation of vision, the goal may perhaps appear to be improbable but at no point of time should it seem to be impossible. Kalam has systematically outlined the problems, listed the present solutions that are being offered, identified their merits and demerits and then, finally suggests not one but a series of solutions so that the most feasible one amongst them can be adopted.

For example, in the healthcare sector, he has categorized not only the present-day diseases but also envisioned the future diseases and disorders. Lack of money and basic facilities for the poor as being the main bases for many diseases.

He points out how technology can come to the fore by helping to map out mosquito-breeding areas to eradicate malaria by using remote sensing satellite or the use of defense lasers to treat glaucoma and cataract in the eye. This does not mean that Kalam overlooks our natural resources or heritage. He emphasizes the need to tap indigenous resources, our rich heritage of natural herbs as well as tribal systems of medicine.

India Vision 2020

He even feels the need to reach out to other civilizations and adopt what is relevant from them, e. Kalam explains that developments in science and technology have to reach all parts of society, only then can India be truly labeled as a developed country. He describes this developmental process as one in a continuum. We are also proud and happy that the dreams of many Indians in the agricultural, scientific, artistic, cultural and social fields have also come true.

However, the vision of a prosperous India without poverty, an India strong in trade and commerce, an India strong in many fields of science and technology, an India with innovative industry and with health and education for all, has remained just partially realized. In some areas, in fact, pessimism has taken deep roots. We have completed the fiftieth year of our independence, with a large majority born after independence.

Every year about twenty million Indians are being added to the nation.

Beyond 2020: A Vision for Tomorrow's India

What vision can they have? Should we, like some, question the very concept of development and leave our people to the same condition of stagnation which existed for centuries? Or think only of the upper strata of society and leave the rest to their fate, employing such nice sounding phrases as 'market driven strategies' and 'competitiveness'?

Or leave the initiative to various globalizing forces? Where should we see India and its people going in the next two decades? In the next five decades?

And more?

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The authors were fortunate to have been associated with a large number of persons who were interested in posing these questions and finding some answers. About experts with unique experience in industry, academia, laboratories and government administration were deeply involved in the exercise.

Experts and socially aware persons also participated. About people contributed indirectly through responses to questionnaires and other inputs.

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Subsequently, while the teams deliberated on various issues and the draft reports, and later when the report was released by the Prime Minister on 2 August , we had numerous opportunities to interact with many others about a vision for India.

We had the benefit of various inputs ranging from encouraging suggestions for specific actions to pessimistic comments about the inability of systems to act on anything focused and long term. We travelled widely to interact with different sections of people in variegated parts of the country.

We also reflected on the imperatives for India in a changing world.

We are aware of our systems of governance and social and political compulsions. We are fortunate to have gained experience in implementing projects involving people of various strata as beneficiaries, as well as projects entailing strong commercial pressures and those that are high profile, such as a satellite or a launch vehicle or missile project.

The execution of these schemes provided varied experiences, which worked as base line knowledge for the shaping of this book. Having taken these factors into account and after studying several vision reports of India and other countries, we still believe firmly that India can reach a developed country status by India can have considerable technological strengths, so crucial for its strategic strengths and for economic and trade related strengths.

In this book we have attempted to share some of these thoughts.Our achievements are being globally recognised today. Gupta December Faith in God. We had the benefit of various inputs ranging from encouraging suggestions for specific actions to pessimistic comments about the inability of systems to act on anything focused and long term.

We cannot but wholeheartedly agree with the author that to achieve our Vision , we should settle our superficial differences and think and act as Indians. Let us contribute to his vision by making India read books.

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