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India and the world changed drtically at the begng of the 1990s. Co unist Soviet Union col psed. The Cold War ended. And India embarked on a bold new path of economic reforms. Thirty years later, the global order is changing fundamentally yet again. The speed, scale and substance of this change are unprecedented, even unpredictable. Yet, one thing is absolutely predictable: India’s time has come.
Destiny and Drive are making the 21st century’s favourite nation ready for a great l forward. India stands at the doorstep of prosperity that is both significant and inclusive, and of delivering all-round human development through the de ratic route. With fa th in our pential, confidence in our collective capabilities, and unity in action, we can exceed the world’s expectations.
命运和动力正在让这个21世纪最受喜爱的国家做好大 跃 进的准备。印度正站在繁荣的门口，实现全面发展。相信我们的潜力，相信我们的集体能力，团结行动，我们就能超越世界的期望。
My source of optimism is our recent past. In 1991, India showed foresight and courage in changing both the direction and determinants of its economy. The go nment placed the private sector also at the commanding heights of the national economy, which the public sector had occupied for the previous four decades. It ended the license-quota raj, liberalised trade and industrial policies, and freed up capital markets and the financial sector. These reforms liberated India’s entrepreneurial energy and inaugurated an era of fastpaced growth.
The results are for all to see. India’s GDP of $266 billion in 1991 has grown by over 10 times. Our economy has become the fifth largest in the world. Poverty rates have halved despite population rising from 880 million to 1.38 billion. Key infrastructure has improved beyond recognition. Our expressways, airports and ports are now world-class, and so are many of our industries and services. No young Indian today would believe that people had to wait for years to get a telephone or a gas connection, or that businesses had to seek go nment’s permission to buy a computer.
India transformed from an economy of scarcity in 1991 into an economy of sufficiency in 2021. Now, India has to transform into an economy of sustainable abundance and equitable prosperity by 2051. In India, equity will be at the heart of our collective prosperity.
With our accomplishments over the past three decades, we have earned the to dream big. What can be a greater dream than to be able to celebrate the centenary of our Independence in 2047 by making India one of the world’s three wealthiest nations, on par with America and China? Is it too tall an ambition to pursue? No. My visionary father Dhirubhai Ambani, who was one of the earliest advocates of economic liberalisation in the 1980s, used to tell me — “To think small is unbecoming of an Indian.”
- Mukesh D Ambani
Sir please use the clout of Reliance's wealth and po itical understanding of Indian po itics to create a startup park anywhere which focusses on future DataScience, Artificial intelligence, Space, Green tech, Blockchain, chip manufacturing and superrcomputing etc.
Stop building ram temple in Ayodhya and Indians will truly become wealthy! Otherwise only that mandir ka dhandha will flourish while rest will keep becoming poor...
Spritual awakening is also part of overall development.
And Indians first need to understand that they don't have copy on spirituality!
businessmen will carry the country on their shoulders to greater glory. .if you are lazy, you will be ousted. talent will be rewarded
As long as the culture of siphoning public money by joint effort of po iticians, executives and industrialist prevails everything will remain a pipedream . Dishonesty and inclination to cheat others is deep roed now in culture and character
In india the rich is becoming rich and poor is becoming poor. The peon's sry is Rs.18000 per month is only in go nment sector. In private sector it is Rs. 5000 per month. While the minimum wages is around 9300 per month according to go nment data. A Bachelor of engineering graduate in mechanical engineering is offered Rs.8000 as a fresher in 2021. Which was the same in 2012. Why the private sector is not giving good sry? If India want to grow, this must be changed. The Minimum sry and Number of working hours must be defined in each and every sector. The inflation value has to be added in each and every year to define minimum sry. In 2021, Can india set a milestone to give atleast 20,000 per month as a minimum sry for a bachelor's degree graduate ?
Is he dreaming or bluffing? Ofcourse I have great respect to Mr. Mukesh Ambani and his father. But the big question is will our dirty po iticians and the bureaucrafts allow to achieve this goal. I still remember the first day our PM entering to the Parliament after paying obeisaces. He had asked is in Hindi "Sirf Dhus Sall De Do". Now seven years passed away and he lucky got an excuse the Pandemic.
我还记得我们的总理第一天进入议会的时候。他用印地语说“Sirf Dhus Sall De Do”。现在七年过去了，他幸运地找到了一个借口——新冠疫情。
Richness is measured by the standard of living including health & education of the common man.Even much before 100,a few Indians like Ambani/Adani would become the richer than any American/Chinese.But as long as less than 1% of the population cornering 99 % of our wealth is something not be proud of.
Nice concept indeed! India needs to implement "equal opportunity country for all". Otherwise, talent is abound in India.
Outsource the givernment of India and then India will bloom. And a 1,000 Ambani’s will make India the richest nation
ALLEGEDLY THAT INDIA COULD BE AS RICH AND CHINA (AND JAPAN) IS PROBABLY CORRECT AND