ENG PRESENTATION

ENG PRESENTATION

Published on 1 July 2021
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Transcript
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India ranking 48th, stands among the top 50 countries in the Global Innovation Index
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...But India is still
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Poor
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Corrupt
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Unequal
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We may have progressed technologically
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Yet we live in world of inequalities.
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class inequality
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gender inequality
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caste inequality
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Class inequality
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India the land of contradiction a growing economy and power on the international stage
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yet with at least 400 people living below poverty line. It is now home to more malnourished children
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than the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Over the last twenty years, it has become one of the most corrupt and unequal country.
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The richest have cornered a huge part of the wealth created through crony capitalism and inheritance
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They are getting richer at a much faster pace while poor are still struggling to earn a minimum wage and access
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quality education and healthcare services, which continue to suffer from chronic under-investment 
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These widening gaps and rising inequalities affect women and children the most.
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class inequality is the main reason of poverty and malnutrition among children
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In this pandemic many people lost their livelihood so what about all these kids with big dreams
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What these people think about rich people?
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They say to their kids to be like them, rich, powerful, independent 
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But what we middle class and upper class people think of them?