Crusade India
                        Towards a new dawn
By

K.C. Agrawal
BSc.(Engg) Electrical
Senior Member, IEEE, USA
Industrialist and Consultant


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Contents

Preface
A Word
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations


OUR MISSION

Chapter 01 - To Our Countrymen
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Our democracy
1.3 Our message
1.4 Nothing is impossible


Chapter 02 - About Myself


PART I -  WHAT WE ARE

Chapter 03 - Our Cowardice
3.1 Our history
3.2 Reasons of our cowardice
3.3 Our illiteracy and backwardness


Chapter 04 - Our Basic Resources
4.1 Our topography
4.2 Our demography
4.3 Our resources


Chapter 05 - Our Dwindling Economy and its Dreadful Effects
5.1 Our economic bankruptcy
5.2 Effects of our dwindling economy
5.3 Our per-capita income
5.4 Defining poverty


Chapter 06 - Our Unbound Unproductive Expenses
6.1 Cost of governance
6.2 Other unproductive expenses


Chapter 07 - Degeneration of Our Human Values
7.1 Human behaviour
7.2 Our passive attitude
7.3 Our incongruous notions
7.4 Religion and brotherhood
7.5 Perversive attitudes in our youth
7.6 Extremism or terrorism


PART II - WHY WE ARE


Chapter 08 - Our Callous System of Governance
8.1 Beginning of an era
8.2 Gandhian philosophy of rural empowerment
8.3 Beginning of our fall
8.3a Permanent seat in the UN Security Council (SC)
8.4 Evolution of our political system
8.5 Government appeasement policies
8.6 Evolution of bureaucracy
8.7 Redundancy of our system


Chapter 09 - Evolution of Corruption in Our Society
9.1 Checks, controls and enforcements
9.2 Magnitude of black money
9.3 Effects of black economy
9.4 Enquiry commissions
9.5 Derogatory government raids
9.6 Conclusion


Chapter 10 - Causes of Our Industrial Failure
10.1 The ruining of PSUs
10.2 The destruction of private sector industries
10.3 Ill-conceived labour laws
10.4 Overtime (OT)
10.5 Indiscriminate holidays
10.6 Policy of industrial discrimination


PART III - WHAT CAN BE DONE


Chapter 11 - Rural Development
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Stopping destruction of our primary resources
11.3 Stopping ruralization of urban areas
11.4 Stopping misuse of land
11.5 Propriety of Special Economic Zones (SEZs)


Chapter12 - Development of Rural Areas Through City Centres
Management Charts

12.1 Introduction
(A) For Centre
12.2 Making of city centres
(B) For States
12.3 Basic requirements and facilities for each city centre
(C) For Cities


Chapter 13 - Controlling Population
Reviews
Bibliography

13.1 Why population control?
13.2 Whether parenthood
13.3 Methods of population control
13.4 Incentives for fa


Chapter 14 - Reforming Education
14.1 Our education system
14.2 College education
14.3 Need-based education
14.4 Why should our cricketers fail?
14.5 Human resource development (HRD)
14.6 Language

Chapter 15 - Water Management

15.1 Water resources
15.2 Causes of water scarcity
15.3 Spectre of floods, droughts and famines
15.4 Water cycle


Chapter 16 - Disaster Management

16.1 Causes of disasters
16.2 Mismanagement at site
16.3 A description of our rescue operations
16.4 What can be done?


Chapter 17 - Optimising Power Generation

17.1 Our power scenario
17.2 Making optimum use of non-conventional


Chapter 18 - Improving Environment

18.1 Introduction
18.2 Forest cover
18.3 Benefits of forests
18.4 Stopping degeneration of forests
18.5 Controlling pollution
18.6 Controlling green-house effect (global warming)
18.7 Improving environment
18.8 Cruelty to animals


Chapter 19 - Improving Tourism

19.1 Art and culture
19.2 Coastal development


Chapter 20 - Improving Tourism

20.1 IT (Information Technology) and professionalism
20.2 Inept research and development (R&D)


Chapter 21 - A Review of Rash Globalisation

21.1 Globalisation
21.2 Liberalisation
21.3 A comparative analysis of China and India
21.4 Scenario post-liberalisation
21.5 Conclusion


Chapter 22 - Reforming Police and Judiciary
Part I - Police

22.1 Reforming police department


Part II - Judiciary

22.2 Reforming judicial system
22.3 Baffling judicial verdicts
22.4 Delayed justice
22.5 Premises of justice
22.6 Bringing reforms


Chapter 23 - Reforming Defence Service

23.1 Its strengths and weaknesses
23.2 Fire in arm depots
23.3 Propriety of going nuclear
23.4 Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT)


Chapter 24 - Developing North-Eastern (NE) States

24.1 Brief history
24.2 Demography and statistics
24.3 Reasons of backwardness
24.4 Conclusion


Chapter 25 - Resolving Kashmir Through Unification

25.1 Introduction
25.2 Ill-conceived partition
25.3 Chronology of partition
25.4 History of Jammu & Kashmir
25.5 Present scenario
25.6 Let us find a solution


PART IV - HOW IT CAN BE DONE


Chapter 26 - Governance

26.1 Our present system of governance
26.2 Calling for reforms
26.3 Presidential system





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