Will India become a superpower by ? The year is probably a bit optimistic, as this development could likely take until or due to economic reasons. It also possesses nuclear weapons. The Indian Navy is the strongest in its region, and may be able to project seapower globally within a decade or two.
Sunil Rajguru While growing up, we were told that for every step India took forward, it took two steps back. That indeed seemed to be the case for decades after Independence. The second leap forward could be the general elections, because that was the first time someone became Prime Minister not on the basis of caste, religion or socialism, but on matters related to development and, governance and most importantly, hope.
A new India had given the Centre a new mandate. Once you push forward far enough on a certain path, it becomes quite difficult to turn back just like with liberalisation in The results of implementing such a vision are already visible in many sectors though perhaps not talked about in mainstream media and by the yearIndia may finally transform itself and shed its old sluggish image.
Here are 10 areas that will make all the difference. First, a bit of history: One of the reasons that the US emerged from the Great Depression was the formation of the Works Progress Administration from to Apart from other projects, it is estimated that the length of roads either built or improved during that period was in excess of 1 million km.
Roads power an economy and foster prosperity — even a tyrant like Hitler realised that. Post-IndependenceIndia, at least in the twentieth century,had looked at road building as a formality,until now.
While the first NDA government began pushing for this duringthe initiative was put on the backburner under the UPA from to Gadkari declared in a recent interview: The troika of roadways, waterways and expansion of Railways certainly promises to take India to the next level.
Some much-need reform is underway at the Railways too: To put that in perspective, consider this: InIndia unveiled its fastest train, the Shatabdi Express, which travels at kmph. Till ,there was no attempt made to better that benchmark.
Then there are innovations like the Jaldoot Express which,via dozens of trips,carried more than 7 crore litres of water from Miraj to drought-hit Latur a distance of close to km in Maharashtra. It is such innovations that will make India a superpower. According to Wikipedia, the Human Development Index HDI is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and income per capita indicators, which are used to rank countries based on human development.
Untilit was estimated that about one-third of India did not have access to electricity.
If you count the power cuts that the remaining two-thirds experienced, then it could well have been argued that 50 percent of the country went without power at any given point in time.Will India become a superpower by ? The year is probably a bit optimistic, as this development could likely take until or due to economic reasons.
India already holds some of the requisit e characteristics of a "superpower". So from above facts one can understand India is lagging behind in power sector.
And this is one of the hurdles to India to become the super power. The Government of India has an ambitious mission of POWER FOR ALL BY India will become a superpower even before Because it has been developing in all fields like education, industry, economy and so on.
And more over India is developing lot in the field SOFTWARE. Indians are always tending to work very hard. In the past two years, we have seen the startup culture finally being encouraged in India in a big initiativeblog.com , expect a lot more Indian start-ups to become billion-dollar companies.
India can be a superpower by India can become the superpower of the world in a matter of years if we can elect a good leadership to lead us and rule us. It is the leadership of the country that moves the country forward or backward. Can India become a Superpower? The question is common and comes in evey mind, the topic is everlasting and in limeline.
(9/5/) India The Indian economy is on the path of rapid progress. Why is India not a superpower till now?