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Can Youth Make India a Superpower?

  • Date Submitted: 01/06/2014 09:44 AM
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Swami vivekanand said that,
"Give me hundread young persons, and i will change the country..."

this represents the faith he had on the youth.
and why not today??? we are a country with more than 400 million people from the age group 15 years to 40 years, having the utmost talent which can survive in all
the situations, that's why i can say...only youth can make india a superpower.

The word superpower as the encyclopedia defines,
"It is a state with a leading position in the international system and the ability to influence events
and project power on a worldwide scale to protect its own prefferences; it is traditionally considered to be one step
higher with a great power".

And, Only youth has the power to bring up and nourish the childhood, and to protect the elderhood.
Only the youth is there who fear no boundaries, who is above all the limitations.

Our youth is proudly standing at the doorstep of the world and is ready to face and conquer all the challanges.

And our youth, is much different and far better then the youth of other countries, for example our best competetor, china.

in china, they train the youth from the childhood like workhorses in a factory.

and in america, where the youth is on the path of depression at early ages.
But we are grown with the divine mentality of "Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam". means, the whole world is like a family for us.

Our culture and our morales has made a strong impression all over the globe and therefore, no multinational company will
ever hesitate to sign a deal with any indian company.

with having more then 40% of our young brothers and sisters in the companies like NASA and Microsoft, there remains no doubt
that we are the best youth power compared to other countries on the earth.

Seeing this impressive numbers and facts, i am forced to think that, if we are this much capable, then why is still our country facing
the problems like mal nutrition, discrimination, umemployment, poverty, and...


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