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Young India needs to play a bigger role in transforming India. They need to come to front become part of the political system and drive the progressive change.  
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Dynastic politics being practiced in the guise of giving way to younger generation will spell new troubles for India.  
   
 
 
The energy crisis is not going to go away
Unlike the economic crisis, the energy crisis is not going to go away. If anything with increasing populations with increasing affluence with increasing energy demands , it is going to escalate. What we need is appropriate technology and better public transport.
 
There are examples that provide a road map like Overturnea and Vaxjo in Sweden, the island of Samso in Denmark, Gussing in Austria, which has cut its GHGs 90% while becoming a renewable energy exporter and creator of green jobs, the "Solar City" of Freiberg in Germany and the miracle of planning that is Curitiba in Brazil. These are the right models to follow rather than imitating the decades of bad planning, overconsumption, greed and carelessness that have created the current crisis.
 
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Why is Everyone Gunning for Anna Hazare?
Since his moral victory in forcing the government to form a joint panel for drafting the long pending Lokpal Bill, Anna Hazare has been facing sniper attacks from politicians of all hues.
 
Kapil Sibal took a pot shot at him for his obsession with the Lokpal bill claiming that the people’s problems were different and that the bill had no significance for the illiterate and thirsty.  This was a specious argument, considering the fact that the poor and the illiterate are most affected by corruption because it denies them the their much needed entitlements.
 
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