INTROSCPECTION



The best means for self help
Inner peace and growth of self
Introspection, its introspection
Looking to self to find reason
Liberating the self from prison
Prison of Selfishness
The mess of ideas and nothing less
There is always a safe way
Mould your ideas, mind is like clay
Create an idol of your choice
Listen to your deep inner voice
Imagination has great power
The great feat is done in an hour
Keep away from counter accusation
Listen to elders and peers suggestion
Think before you react
Act in the true spirit of act
When the intention is pure
You can be sure
Of the subsequent consequences
Avoid before it become offences
Introspection is an art
To learn you must start
Introspection is also science
The science of conscience
For introspection, you don’t need silence
But a mind ready to look through lens
The lens of reason and unbiased thinking
Looking from others perspective and weighing
The acts and deeds you accomplish
Introspect results before you finish
Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा साहिल’)

With Regards

SureShot POST
New Delhi, India
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Fake Currency in India



The counterfeit currency menace is growing by leaps and bound in India due to the poor vigilance and prompt and coordinated against the fake currency printers and mafia operating in this field. In 2011, the rupee appeared to have emerged as the counterfeiter’s currency of choice internationally.The fact was recently revealed in the report compiled by the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Union Finance Ministry which estimated around 400 per cent increase in counterfeit transactions in India’s financial market.The cross border fake currency dealers are the real threat as they given safe sanctuary there and the government feels what harms it does. But they should know that the same fake currency dealers and printers are printing fake currency for the country which gives them save heaven.The intelligence bureau and the law enforcement agencies should come forward with measures which not only detects the fake currencies but also strong and fool proof measures to teach them a lesson.There should be conscious effort to uproot the fake currency infrastructure existing in the neighbouring counties through diplomatic dialogues and collaboration in tackling the menace of fake currency.Some of the others measures can be improving the quality of paper used in currency printing and new techniques of recording the transactions at the financial institution like banks. The recording will help in tracking down all the link associated with it. It is vital to reach to the sources but the intermediate links must be snapped whenever possible. 
Shashikant Nishant Sharma 
शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा 

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

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Right to Education- Social Inclusion


Right to Education is a ambitious act and its enactment in the true spirit will surely have a good impact on creating a inclusive growth and development. It is a matter of shape that some private educational institutional are more of a economic enterprise and they admit those who can afford high but the poor feel social exclusion in this whole process of commercialization. The poor have equal right to quality education. The private institutions should take the Supreme Court order seriously and they should devise selection suitable criteria for selection of bright students from the underprivileged communities. One suggested criteria can be free admission of wards of the staffs of the institutions who come from those underprivileged communities and areas. Other criteria can be the nearness of the candidate for admission so that other overhead cost of education like travelling is reduced. Talent search can be conducted to select meritorious students among the poor students of nearby area.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3308066.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

West Bengal Chief Minister: Diktat on selection of Newspapers



The decision taken by West Bengal Chief Minister on selection of newspapers is a clear violation of the citizens’ right to know and is an insult to libraries. She must understand that the actions taken by her in government office affecting the public and public policies must be in conformity with standard or norms set by the Constitution of India which cannot be arbitrary, irrational or irrelevant. She is the Chief Minister not the queen of Bengal and must respect and pay regards to the Constitution of India in true spirit of term. I am surprised to know that very few newspapers and media highlighted this issue which is clear violation of right to equality and freedom of press. The public cannot be prescribed what to read and what to omit. Public money must be spent in a democratic manner and for the benefit of public and common good; in a rational manner taking into account the demand of the economy and people at large; in a relevant manner so as to serve the common need and demand.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Strengthening Bilateral Ties between India and Pakistan

The strengthening bilateral relation between the two neighbours India and Pakistan is the only solution to many problems like cross border terrorism, oil pipe line from Iran, untapped trade opportunities and many more to count. The timely and decisive visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Asif Ali Zardari amid the objection by various organisation in home country. This will sure give a strong signal that the relations between the two nations will not be dictated by such organisations. The fruitful and continuous dialogues between the two nations will surely bring a new era of mutual understanding and cooperation in coming future. The tightening vigilance of the international community on Pakistan has left no other ways for Pakistan but to reconcile will the good neigbours like India and China who can help the country tide over the economic and social crisis looming large it.

Shashikant Nishant Sharma
New Delhi

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India


20th ASEAN Summit in Combodia, 2012 – New Dimension in Cooperation



The recently concluded 20th summit of the Association of South East 
Asian Nations (ASEAN) has not only consolidated associations aim and 
objectives, but also paved way for its future development prospects. 
ASEAN has established itself not only as a regional groups for 
cooperation and stability but also as a forum to interact with world 
bodies for greater inclusive growth of the Asian countries. The forum 
has been successful in incentivising the trade and political 
cooperation which is visible from the outcome of the recent elections 
in Mayanmar and resolution of South China sea which India has 
persuaded to declare it as a common asset for the south Asian nations. 
The forum can play more robust role in fighting hunger and terrorism. 
A strong trade and commerce can pave path for greater cooperation in 
the field of education, health and infrastructure development in the 
Asian countries. We have good amount of resource and capabilities 
which must be harnessed for mutual development.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3297582.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

4th BRICS Summit in Delhi- A Mile Stone in World Geo-politics



The BRICS, association of five major economies of the world i.e., 
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, is a clear signal for 
the re-odering of the world economy and the geo-political power 
balance in the modern world. The dominance of the western countries 
must be checked and an internationally accepted monetary regime free 
from the clutch of a country-specific currency like dollar must be 
developed. The charter of the UN must implemented in true spirit of 
term. The long delaying of the reforms in UN can be compensated by 
BRICS. The sovereignty of many small Asian and African countries are 
at stake at the hand of the two-century-old hegemony of the West over 
the modern world.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/article3297589.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

Crisis in Indian Aviation Industry



Indian aviation industry in undergoing a drastic loss due to unforeseen impacts of the measures taken in last few years. The multiplicity of taxes in aviation industry, merger of Air India and Indian Airlines, rise in crude oil (petroleum), acquisition of air carriers by the private and public airlines etc has made the aviation industry think of new avenues for bringing back the industry on right track. The private and public sectors players in this aviation industry must sit together to work out strategies to tide over the crisis. It government should come forward with innovative solution and other air carriers must learn from Indigo which is still making profit in spite of the looming crisis in the aviation sector. One suggested measures can be the opening up the sector for foreign direct investment and adopting open sky policy to give way to the foreign airways services. Direct import of petroleum by the domestic carriers may not be so easy as loosening the taxation mechanism.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3294276.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

Political Solution of Tamil issues in Sri Lanka


India can hope that the Rajapaksa government takes up seriously the 
issue of a political settlement and do some substantial homework and 
further implements the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission 
recommendations. The country is undeniably under watch of the 
International Community and there will be enough follow up for 
tracking the actions taken in the direction of devolution of power to 
the provinces. Unless and until the Sri Lankan government makes a 
genuine attempt to reach out to the Tamil political leadership and 
people, the international community will continue gear pressure which 
may increase overtime if no action is taken. India can try to make 
sure that the Tamil leadership play an important and constructive role 
in helping Sri Lanka. The government should take up reforms on its own 
rather than under the pressure of the international community for the 
benefit of the nation and all ethnic and lingual groups. The government cannot deny the plurality of society there. 


from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma
Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/article3288136.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

Irony of Indian Judicial System


It is really an irony of Indian judicial system to treat very citizen 
with an equal amount of offence and defense but when it comes to 
the punishment to the erring politicians and VVIPs, the judicial 
system become ignorant of the practices prevalent in the various jails 
of the country. There should be special drive to bring justice and 
equality of status and treatment to the offenders of the laws. What is 
meaning of jail if the person imprisoned is getting all the benefits 
he or she used to get outside the jail. The legal system should be 
amended to incorporated heavy fine and penalties as per the capacity 
and nature of crimes done by the politicians and VVIPs who get such 
relaxed privileges in the jails. There must be some sort of 
rationalization of punishments. The time has come when the nation 
should look into the matters related to the privileges enjoyed by the 
politicians during the term of imprisonment so that the faith of 
public in the Indian Judiciary and Executive is intact
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3288318.ece

With Regards
SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

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