2 Stars for that for that pothole!

Do you even remember how many times you have seethed in rage over a huge portion of your street being ripped open for laying some wire or pipes only to be never closed again? Or when the public works lays a new road on top of the existing one repeatedly such that your front gate is now below the road level? Or when the storm water drains fail miserably during heavy rain? Or how about going to government office to get any work done?  Getting your pension or birth or community certificates, almost any government service under the sun has always been irritating in our country, irrespective of the party in power. You have to admit that even when your favorite political party is in power, these blood boiling irritations remain.

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Changing Education and Jobs

Consistently across the world, the criticism continues to be with the education system existing in every country. The education system that was established to help the Industrial Revolution era find skilled ’employees’ to make or maintain or handle men and machines. The same system still manufactures “graduates” in batches, eligible to work in Industries for wages. Historically, the system was established to aid the Capitalists and the Industrialists, and not the individual growth. Though many economies and governments have tried to amend it to serve both midst populist promises, however, it has hardly made a dent.

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