The British were able to effectively rule the sub-continent for almost two centuries, untilwith relatively little opposition and unrest. How was Britain, several thousand miles away and with a much smaller population come to dominate an entire sub-continent?
Perspectives Lack of unity Unity is the biggest issue of our country, and it stands for the feeling of harmony and togetherness that is lacking in our population.
Unity is the biggest issue of our country, and it stands for the feeling of harmony and togetherness that is lacking in our population.
These groups are further segregated in to even smaller groups, with even more differences and so it goes. Divisions have been growing all around the world, even among countries and that has led to a lot of problems.
Where the self-centred interests of each national government always comes first, and economic decisions take precedence over everything else, then, is real unity, peace and true co-operation even possible?
Man is a social animal, who does everything possible to help others and in return others help them. We are currently living in an age of cooperation, and the age old adage that you cannot break a bundle of sticks, yet you can easily break them one by one is truer today than it was ever before.
If people around the world get united as one nation, much of the economic, social, environmental, and global issues facing humanity can be solved. When people of a country develop a sense of unity among themselves, the government of the country can focus more on security of the nation and economic development.
The importance of unity can never be overrated; it can even be used to control a mad elephant. We have so many challenges and the question is can we turn our challenges into opportunities?
Confidence in a system comes from justice, equitability and sustainability. Pakistan is a blessed country with countless natural resources and fertile land. It has tremendous potential and the talented people of the country can play a defining role in rebuilding the future of Pakistan. We have to set examples for the coming generation, by removing prejudices, and promoting unity, equality, tolerance and brotherhood.
We have to unite and strengthen ourselves to focus on critical challenges and for defeating the forces of extremism or sectarianism, reducing our internal and external dependency on debt, fighting for change and there is also a need to improve rule of law, by respecting decisions of the court.
All Pakistan needs is a vibrant, united and resilient nation. The author is a writer, educationist and social worker. She writes about stories from real life, which are, usually, unheard and unwelcome in society.India has lamented the lack of resolve and unity among nations to tackle terrorism, particularly emanating from non-state actors, often due to narrow political considerations, as the UN General.
This article throws light upon the eleven major weaknesses of Trade Unions in India. The Weaknesses are: 1. Limited Membership 2.
Domination of Political Parties 3. Small Size of Trade Unions 4. Lack of Unity 5. Attitude of Employers 6. Outside Leadership 7. Faulty Method of Labour Recruitment 8.
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“If you pray to North Indian Gods like Shiva and Vishnu, you should learn. The lack of national unity meant that the British were able to adopt a classic divine and rule policy. This all greatly facilitated the British piece-meal take-over of the lands of India until they had assumed a pre-eminence in the sub-continent.
The lack of national unity meant that the British were able to adopt a classic divine and rule policy. This all greatly facilitated the British piece-meal take-over of the lands of India until they had assumed a pre-eminence in the sub-continent.
They failed to see beyond their own lack of self esteem. With the poverty India inherited, the exponential growth in population and with Pakistan and China as neighbors; despite having no real reliable friendly nations outside - I would say India has done marvelously.
Is India really 'unity in diversity'? A big Yes. This is my own story.