GST was a huge bargain when States gave up their rights to collect sales tax while the Centre gave up excise and service tax. Australia also shares the GST anniversary with us where the rates have been constant at 10%. Thus, a single rate in India can be a huge reform, and a matter of discussion too! But there is an urgent need for structural reforms in GST, in order to be a leading economy.

Much Needed NGOs For The Hindu Astha

Hindus, especially in cities, keep discarded idols open in the parks below some Peepal or Neem tries, as they don’t have a fair idea what to do with the old and broken idols. This, many a time, feels bad seeing ruins and idols of our deities thrown in the open. Sometimes, these discarded pieces of idols are used by miscreants of other religions, press, and media to target Hinduism.

Rebuttal to Prof. Ramagopal Rao, Director IIT-Delhi, on his flawed analysis that Offering Entire B-Tech Programmes in Local Language Will Be the Beginning of End of IITs

The obdurate opposition displayed by the elitists in refusing to accept the fact that imposition of an alien English language in Indian higher education has resulted in creating anglicized zombies instead of world leaders in science & technology. Whereas, Japan has produced 10 Nobel Laureates in science and medicine in the past 10 years while studying in their mother tongue, so also China is competing with the US to be a world leader in AI Technology using Mandarin. Are we in India, barking up the wrong tree? Isn't it time for revolutionary reforms to make education available at all levels in regional languages to unleash our true potential to become a Vishwaguru?