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When reading about and researching India, the traffic, language, social, and economic problems sound like Mexico. The U. S. Department of State on Travel to India’s report says travel by road in India is dangerous and reckless driving without consideration for the rules of the road. Like Mexico, because of tribes and rural living there are huge variations in language, social and economic conditions, as noted by the International Herald Tribune about India.
When I worked with “at risk” youth, another employee was from India, he told me that in India he was a Medical Doctor and his education did not have reciprocity with U.S. Medical School, Boards, or Licensure. Mr. Thomas also informed me that in order to obtain higher education in India you had to be able to speak English. India’s National literacy average is 65 percent.
The greatest points of conflict in India are political, military, and terrorist. This version on the topic looks at Religious and Cultural Terrorism. The U.S. Department of State on Travel specifically includes violence against Christians, called Anti-Christian violence, that occurs in Orissa, Gujarat, Kerala, and Karnataka, India, against Indian and American Missionaries and Social Workers. Conversion of Hindus is illegal in some states due to the violent clashes it caused. Fourteen terror attacks have occurred in major cities that have killed over 600 people between Oct. 2005 and Nov. 2008.
Political officials and laws are determined by voting, India is the world’s largest democracy (12/5/2010 correction [multi-party system that can be mistaken for a democracy. Due to the two Communist parties, this is not a democracy]), and has a very diverse and second most populous, population. Communicating with Maoist leaders would increase understanding of the direction the political voting, coalitions, and alliances are going toward, the Maoist are becoming a political factor.
For the full article go to: India’s Foreseeable Future…
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The original article written on www.helium.com, India’s Foreseeable Future…, state, “…India is the world’s largest democracy…” This statement is qualified by stating the it is a “multi-partied” system that can be mistaken for a democracy and includes communist parties.