India of Today

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India of today
Respected teacher and my dear friend, every India long for an opportunity to speak about how India has evolved as a country to be what it is today. “We owe a lot to the India, who taught as how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made”. Tipu Sultan’s army was the first to use rockets. Bhaskaracharya discovery gravity in the 8th century, long before newton was even born. India has sent 13 scientific research expeditions to Antarctica since 1981, and established the first permanent research station, Dakshin Gangotri in 1983.In the field of agriculture today India rank 2nd worldwide in farm output .In economy India is the 19th largest exporter and 10th largest importer in the world. India has the world’s 3rd largest road network, covering more than 4.3 million kilometers.Indian railway is the fourth largest rail network in world, with a track length of 114,500 kilometers. Gujarat and Rajasthan are currently the nation’s leaders in solar power generation. Tata Nano, is the world’s cheapest passenger car. India, however, fell on evil days, and became a slave country, first under the Mughals and then under the Britishers. It was in 1947 that India became free. It was hoped that India would prosper under Swadeshi rule.India has now been free for over four decades. But what do we see? India today is self-sufficient in food. Hundreds of crores rupees are being spent to tap the petroleum resources of India. New wells, in the country and on the high seas, are being sunk in order to produce more petrol and gas and save valuable foreign exchange.The political situation is probably the worst Political leaders are not true to the electorate. They are unprincipled, corrupt and self-seeking.
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