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What Young India Wants review í eBook or Kindle ePUB S have asked these uestions at some time or the other So does Chetan Bhagat Indias most loved writer in What Young India Wants his first book of non fictionWhat Young India Wants is based on Chetan Bhagats vast experience as a very successful writer and motivational speaker In clear simple prose and with great insight he analyses some of the complex issues facing modern In. Bold title blonde textNot for those who prefer serious reading and love facts over moral science クローバーの国のアリス黒いトカゲと苦い味 1 reading and love facts over moral science

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What Young India Wants review í eBook or Kindle ePUB Dia offers solutions and invites discussion on them And at the end he asks this important uestion Unless we are all in agreement on what it is going to take to make our country better how will things ever change Non fiction If you want to understand contemporary India the problems that face it and want to be a part of the solution What Young India Wants is the book for you. Chetan Bhagat s What Young India wants is What Young India Want esp As youngsters we always have uestions such as Why do our students regularly commit suicide Why is there so much corruption in India Can t our political parties ever work together Does our vote make any difference at all We love our India but shouldn t some things be different The book throws light to these uestions giving answers to some of them Written in the simplistic style of Chetan Bhagat the book is the compilation of some of his columns and speeches discussing the society the politics and the youth of our countryIt starts with the introduction of the author himself and his transition from an engineer to the author The book may not answer all our uestions but gives us a chain of thoughts that may lead to some solution of some of the never ending problems of our country Without targeting anyone issues such as corruption nepotism casteism vote bank politics etc have been discussed Comparison with countries like USA and China has been made and we are asked to uestion the set of values we follow and the importance of money in our life The first few pages itself reveal why India is not such a nice destination for foreign investments The lack of opportunities for start ups due to uneual opportunities and India s corporate political nexus that favors only few has been discussed in book The problem of Indian voters due to servility injustice or devising has been emphasized Education has been an important part of the Youth section of the book and several suggestions have been proposed for the educational reformsProblems of the farmers the seven sisters of the north eastern India along with that of minorities are not only discussed but given a tangible solution as well Why is money so important to us and why showing money is even important Why are colleges available in uantity and not in uality Why fiteen out of twenty eight states are suffering from one or the other internal conflicts Why is Kashmir still a topic disputed over and over againIn the 180 page compilation the author have tried to cover each and every small and bigger aspect of the present day India Not each of the above uestions has a justifiable answer or a uick solution but they can be given a thought Lack of accountability in BCCI Condition of Women and FDI are some of the themes that are vaguely discussed Even though issues like Kingfisher Debt CBI autonomy Bhopal Gas Tragedy have been discussed the book is strictly for those who are novice to such subjects Experts in any fields may find the book too simple and too boring The book is compiled for the masses and majorly for the youth of IndiaThe best part of the book though is the Spark speech given by Chetan Bhagat at Symbiosis Pune Its motivating and thus gives us the spark What Young India WantsChetan Bhagat Sex Death and Minuets regularly commit suicide Why is there so much corruption in India Can t our political parties ever work together Does our vote make any difference at all We love our India but shouldn t some things be different The book throws light to these uestions giving answers to some of them Written in the simplistic style of Chetan Bhagat the book is the compilation of some of his columns and speeches discussing the society the politics and the youth of our countryIt starts with the introduction of the author himself and his transition from an engineer to the author The book may not answer all our uestions but gives us a chain of thoughts that may lead to some solution of some of the never ending problems of our country Without targeting anyone issues such as corruption nepotism casteism vote bank politics etc have been discussed Comparison with countries like USA and China has been made and we are asked to uestion the set of values we follow and the importance of money in our life The first few pages itself Angel Evolution reveal why India is not such a nice destination for foreign investments The lack of opportunities for start ups due to uneual opportunities and India s corporate political nexus that favors only few has been discussed in book The problem of Indian voters due to servility injustice or devising has been emphasized Education has been an important part of the Youth section of the book and several suggestions have been proposed for the educational Walmart reformsProblems of the farmers the seven sisters of the north eastern India along with that of minorities are not only discussed but given a tangible solution as well Why is money so important to us and why showing money is even important Why are colleges available in uantity and not in uality Why fiteen out of twenty eight states are suffering from one or the other internal conflicts Why is Kashmir still a topic disputed over and over againIn the 180 page compilation the author have tried to cover each and every small and bigger aspect of the present day India Not each of the above uestions has a justifiable answer or a uick solution but they can be given a thought Lack of accountability in BCCI Condition of Women and FDI are some of the themes that are vaguely discussed Even though issues like Kingfisher Debt CBI autonomy Bhopal Gas Tragedy have been discussed the book is strictly for those who are novice to such subjects Experts in any fields may find the book too simple and too boring The book is compiled for the masses and majorly for the youth of IndiaThe best part of the book though is the Spark speech given by Chetan Bhagat at Symbiosis Pune Its motivating and thus gives us the spark What Young India WantsChetan Bhagat

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What Young India Wants review í eBook or Kindle ePUB In his latest book What Young India Wants Chetan Bhagat asks hard uestions demands answers and presents solutions for a better prosperous IndiaWhy do our students regularly commit suicideWhy is there so much corruption in IndiaCant our political parties ever work togetherDoes our vote make any difference at allWe love our India but shouldnt some things be differentAll of u. What Young India Wants by Chetan Bhagat If this book does even 110th of the magic of what he has been able to do with his earlier books brought reading back in fashion for a net addicted generation inspired hundreds and thousands of indians to write with his simple straight english reached hinterlands of india where english language reading was scarcely there he would have made a much significant difference to India than a lot of intelligent thinkers out there This book will be remembered less for the exact solutions he s proposed for the problems of India many might debate that they are too simplistic and also India is not that simple an animal but for what it stands for his encouraging us to start thinking and to start thinking in whatever capacity we are and to never stop thinking cos that is to lose hope lose hope in our country ever getting better and thus letting the problem fester He encourages us to be impatient and to try and use all juggad one can to solve the problems of this country Chetan through his own example leaves back a message for us to not just oppose and debate but to propose a solution however simple or rudimentary it might sound He challenges us to have the balls to propose a solution on as a lot of intellectuals politicians would call incomplete knowledge even as a lot of other supposedly much ualified people who have themselves not been able to solve it except cry foul and debate knock you down with study and data In such times he makes a case for us to keep looking for solutions in his own inimitable style Some of his own common sensical solutions make you whoop with joy allow educational institutions to run on a for profit basis to encourage uality educational set up by private entrepreneurs run a political party where young professionals are paid salaries stipends so that people aspire to be one cut defense expenditure by leveraging strategic defense partnership and astute foreign policy and divert those funds for education health care set up His style of writing remains what many would say high school Simple sentences No words for which you need to use the dictionary It takes some time to get used to it but after some time you start enjoying his simplicity Most appealing about this book is the part where he on his own confesses that he may not be right about whatever he s stating here that s not the intent There could always be many solutions to a problem All he s saying is that lets not in all our analysis paralysis forget that the problem exists Don t let it drag to its own death or be pushed by another bigger problem Debate is good for college hall rooms and year long research and theses are better suited for phd students not to take decisions for a billion strong country Chetan Bhagat haters be damned I totally loved this book and will recommend it to each and every young man and woman I meet


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  • Paperback
  • 181
  • What Young India Wants
  • Chetan Bhagat
  • English
  • 27 December 2020
  • 9788129120212