What will the New Year bring? Living in a country without fear of terror attacks reined supreme in most young minds, while some felt we should be kinder to the environment, others felt that wildlife should be protected. Look inside for a glimpse of some dreams…
It’s a new year and all of us are filled with the hope of a new beginning leaving behind fear and terror and looking to good year ahead. Here’s what kids from different parts of the country have to say about their aspirations for India.
Feel that corruption is one of the biggest problems that India faces today. The greed of politicians and of government officers, they say, is at the root of the problem.
“The leaders must work for the people, and ensure the development of the country”
Moving on from corruption to poverty, the government must ensure that all its poor people has enough to eat and only through education will the poor be able to live a better life. Education is very important for development.
With the Mumbai terror attacks fresh in their minds, the students say that terrorists should be punished severely. While Prajwal believed that war is the only solution to dealing with situations, Abishek holds a different view. “People are more important than winning wars. In a war, innocent people of both countries will die.” Terrorism has taken too many lives. We would like to see our country as a terror free nation in 2009. Let’s get together to terrorize terror out of our territory