Come on, how can Singapore have anything to teach India? The two countries are so different. One is a tiny city state, the other a virtual subcontinent in itself with the world's second largest population. There's no doubt about the foresight and acumen of Singapore's leaders. But could anyone exercise the same authority in India? It is too big to be as well-ordered as Singapore.
We Indians speak different languages, each region has its own problems, there is agitation on one issue or another in some part of the country almost every day. That is inevitable in a big, populous nation. There is agitation and unrest even in communist China, and India is a democracy.
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Rana ponders if Singapore can teach anything to India about the finer points of governance. From Blowing' In The Wind:
Posted by I.Z. Reloaded at 1:28 AM
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