Date of publication: 2017-09-01 03:14
The quote beautifully summarizes why dishing out freebies may not be the best idea for the beneficiary. The benefactor may feel proud on his sense of kindness and compassion but he definitely is not helping the development of the person for a lot of reasons. In this essay we will analyze what these reasons are and why helping someone to solve his problem himself is the best course of action than solving it for him.
Humiliation faced by the nation under the PL-985 scheme. The meaning of doles has also changed at times. These doles have often been used by the rich nations to influence and subdue the poor ones.
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So, rather than populism and opting the method of giving doles, which is highly myopic in nature, the best way is to go for the 8775 middle path 8776 .An approach where all the organs of the body called nation perform their respective functions in the best way they can and if the need be, helping the other to perform its own, would be both an idealistic and a realistic one.
After introduction you start dealing about the religions and how they gave birth to caste system etc. Fine, but in your introduction education is stressed and taking cue from the last sentence of your introduction, it is logical to mention Ambedkar 8767 s quote which brings immense value to your essay.
Yes they are. But it is all politically motivated. Turkey is bombing Kurds. It was not about Syria really, until the refugee crisis. Logically the best step would have been not to interfere in the first place.
First views says that the state must look after the complete welfare of each and every individual. From the trinity of “roti, kapda aur makan”(Food, cloth and shelter) to employment, everything that comes under this ambit, has to be ensured by the state. Such a state is often attributed as a “welfare state”. Here, the state is bound to provide and the citizens are guaranteed to get various amenities. Thus, broadly speaking the citizen becomes the centre of convergence of various welfare schemes and ‘doles’ being specially planned for her by the state.
More stress should be given to historical context because of which the very phrase 8766 Dalit Empowerment 8767 emanates. Systematic denial of education played a major role in making Dalits untouchables and social pariah for hundreds of years.
The government is an enabler first and a facilitator second. That is, it should provide fast track mechanisms for clearance of infrastructure projects and bring out FDI, labour and land reforms, social security for the unorganised sector workers as an enabler. However, in some cases like disasters, communal riots it has to work as a facilitator by distributing essentials to the needy. Further, many NGOs like Goonj are doing a wonderful job in providing recycled food, clothes to the homeless. Charity organisations provide home to elders and orphans. The government may support these initiatives and through supervision ensure that these organisations are fulfilling their mandates.
Globalisation is the integration of world in economic, political and social spheres. Though India followed a closed economic policy till the eighties, it was forced to switch to liberalization owing to the economic crunch of the early nineties. The success of the liberalization process opened new avenues for the India and its people. It was almost impossible for the largest part of Indian population living in the villages to remain unaffected by the process of Globalisation. It affected them in every sphere of their lives be it economic, political or social. The statement, “world is a global village”, emphasizes the village as the basic building block of every country and its integration as a unit in the world.