First there will be 50 per cent air reservation for women and 50 per cent for the men. Any men taking away the women air will be sentenced capital punishment. He will be left in space devoid of air. Further in men and women there will be further 50 per cent reserved for open category and 50 per cent for the reserved category.
In the 50 per cent open category, seven per cent will be given to migrant population and three per cent for the physically handicapped, the same rule will be applied for reserved category. In 50 per cent reserved category, 27 per cent will be reserved for OBC, 13 per cent for SC, 13 per cent for ST, five per cent for NT1, five per cent for NT2, five per cent for NT3 and new castes will be added soon.
Government is yet to arrive at a proper ratio and there are rumours that open category reservation are further going to decrease. After a grand meeting of finance minister and prime minister they have arrived at a conclusion that any reserved category earning more than Rs. 38 lakh per annum will termed as creamy layer.
There have been nation wide agitation by some particular sect for demoting them from caste NT1 to NT3. Poor people are asked to leave the country as India doesn't have enough air for them and the rich people can get more air through management quota by paying five times extra amount for the air access fee.
India has been growing at a GDP of 20 per cent, technologically advanced than any other country in world and certainly is the largest and finest democracy where we have diversity in unity, which is finely manipulated by our super human politicians. I forgot to mention about the new language cess applied on air, which means if you are in Maharashtra and you do not speak Marathi then a part of percentage of your air will be reduced. This is applicable to all 78 states and 30 Union Territories of India. Jai ho.
FUTURE OF INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA
INDIA, AFGHANISTAN, PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, SRI LANKA, NEPAL
FROM HERE TO 2030
SUMMARY: Revision 2005
"We no longer discuss the future of India. We say the future is India" said the Indian Commerce and Industry Minister at the conference organized by the US-India Business Council in 2004. He predicted that India would certainly have achieved 100 % literacy, become a developed country, enjoy the same fundamentals as the United States by 2030. Clearly, many politicians and journalists have some problems with the stats! Let's go to the specifics! The population of India attains 1,100 million in 2004. It would grow to 1,450 million in 2030. Theglobal GNI accounts for 675 $Billion in 2004. According to an optimistic hypothesis, the India GNI would attain 4,760 $Billion in 2030 (Compared to 18,000 in China). Sure, India will be a great power but certainly not a super power. In fact, India is afflicted by over population, great poverty , and a constant risk of religious violence. We think that the influence of religion is the main cause of these problems. According to our diagnosis, a massive investment in education is the key medicine that we must propose. Firstly, Education is the only way to favor family planning acceptance. Secondly, only mass education can alleviate poverty in getting a higher growth rate. Thirdly, education is the only way to appease religious conflicts which are increasing in the region. The region is not peaceful. With the growing muslim population in India, religious conflicts can occur. We cannot consider this fact with benign neglect: India and Pakistan have built up a military nuclear power: In this context, the Western countries must support the friendly democracy of India. It should be...