Scientists yesterday claimed to have cracked the riddle of whether the chicken or the egg came first. The answer, they say, is the chicken. Researchers found that the formation of egg shells relies on a protein found only in a chicken's ovaries. Therefore, an egg can exist only if it has been inside a chicken.Jul 14, 2010
But scientists are also chicken headed as seen above.
Because the question remains how chicken were born without eggs?
religion says all were formed at one go -that is another direction
today -chicken and egg question in economics
am asking whether infrastructure will pull out India's 55% agriculturists from poverty? chicken and egg question again
u.p.a government said both go side by side
AT present they say infrastructure alone will make India prosperous
i think this is wrong
all these 70 years after independence when India was dirt poor; after 200 years of British looting [1750 to 1947] when all were poor except for a very few rich like Tata ,Birla and no industries and no industrialists any were in India ;except a few jute mills in Bengal ,a few cotton mills in Bombay-- what was Nehru supposed to do?
infrastructure for a starving famine ridden illiterate India with 1 crore[more than 10 million] refugees due to formation of Pakistan by British manipulations ,was the last priority for a bankrupt India of 1947
see below:-the poverty of India 1947 after British looting of India
India hardly had any large-scale industry in 1947, which could process the raw-material into finished usable goods. There were a few industries in the cotton, jute, sugar, matches, and steel sectors, etc. - but they were too few to really service the country's needs. About 65-70% of India's less-than-Rs.600cr export consisted of raw material (cotton, oilseeds, minerals and ores, tobacco, etc.); around the same proportion of its imports were finished goods (ranging from biscuits, sewing needles, cloth etc., to dress-material, medicines to machines-tools). In fact, even in 1950, India was importing 90% of its requirement of machine tools.
Local enterprise was confined largely to trade and commerce, mainly in and around port cities like Bombay, Calcutta and Madras.
A few industrial centres grew around these cities through private entrepreneurship.
There had been an adverse impact on the artisan sector under British rule.
The old crafts were left to languish and decay - ill prepared to modernise.
Large factories, few in number, produced mainly consumer goods, like textiles
Intermediates like steel, cement and jute machinery were mostly imported.
The extremely narrow base of industrialisation remained confined to a very few cities and states and was the monopoly of a few privileged families.
The export strategy was not conducive to the country's interests.
Exports were seen as a mechanism to transfer raw materials cheaply to the metropolitan cities in the United Kingdom, which, in turn, processed them into final goods for exporting back to the colonies. India's industrial output was 25% of worlds industrial output in 1770 AD. When British left after 200 years of various form of rule India had 0.1% of worlds industrial output 2) Literacy was left at 13% and 3) Average life expectancy of Indians was brought to measly 37 years
MANY PRESENT DAY RULERS ARE BLAMING NEHRU FOR SLOW GROWTH //HINDU RATE OF GROWTH OF 3% PER YEARI WHO SAW IT ALL CONGRATULATE NEHRU FOR PULLING THROUGH FROM 1947 TO 1965 WHEN HE DIED
THIS WAS INDIA 1947
A news bureau map from August 1947, pre-Partition, attempts to represent the complexities of the situation; *the original caption*
INDIA OFFICIAL MAP
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MP for Phulpur
|Indian National Congress||15 August
|16 years, 286 days||—||Nehru I||Lord Mountbatten|
|1952 (1st)||Nehru II||Rajendra Prasad|
|1957 (2nd)||Nehru III|
|1962 (3rd)||Nehru IV|
MP for Sabarkantha
|Indian National Congress||27 May
|13 days||– (3rd)||(acting)||Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan|
|2||Lal Bahadur Shastri
MP for Allahabad
|Indian National Congress||9 June
|1 year, 216 days||– (3rd)||Shastri|
MP for Sabarkantha
|Indian National Congress||11 January
|13 days||– (3rd)||(acting)|
MP for Rae Bareli
|Indian National Congress||24 January
|11 years, 59 days||– (3rd)||I. Gandhi I|
|1971 (5th)||I. Gandhi II||V. V. Giri|
MP for Surat
|Janata Party||24 March
|2 years, 126 days||1977 (6th)||Desai||B. D. Jatti|
MP for Baghpat
|Janata Party (Secular)
|170 days||– (6th)||C. Singh||Neelam Sanjiva Reddy|
MP for Medak
|Indian National Congress (I)||14 January
|4 years, 291 days||1980 (7th)||I. Gandhi III|
MP for Amethi
|Indian National Congress (I)||31 October
|5 years, 32 days||– (7th)||R. Gandhi||Zail Singh|
|7||V. P. Singh
MP for Fatehpur
|343 days||1989 (9th)||V. P. Singh||R. Venkataraman|
MP for Ballia
|Samajwadi Janata Party
|223 days||– (9th)||Chandra Shekhar|
|9||P. V. Narasimha Rao
MP for Nandyal
|Indian National Congress (I)||21 June
|4 years, 330 days||1991 (10th)||Rao|
|10||Atal Bihari Vajpayee
MP for Lucknow
|Bharatiya Janata Party||16 May
|16 days||1996 (11th)||Vajpayee I||Shankar Dayal Sharma|
|11||H. D. Deve Gowda
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Karnataka
|324 days||– (11th)||Deve Gowda|
|12||Inder Kumar Gujral
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Bihar
|332 days||– (11th)||Gujral|
|(10)||Atal Bihari Vajpayee
MP for Lucknow
|Bharatiya Janata Party
|6 years, 64 days||1998 (12th)||Vajpayee II||K. R. Narayanan|
|1999 (13th)||Vajpayee III|
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Assam
|Indian National Congress
|10 years, 4 days||2004 (14th)||M. Singh I||A. P. J. Abdul Kalam|
|2009 (15th)||M. Singh II||Pratibha Patil|
MP for Varanasi
|Bharatiya Janata Party
|Incumbent||2 years, 85 days||2014 (16th)||Modi||Pranab Mukherjee|
some people still try to belittle NEHRU'S CONTRIBUTION TO INDIA
[HOW INDIA PROGRESSED FROM ONE AMONG THE POOREST 10 NATIONS TO ONE AMONG THE RICHEST 10 NATIONS IN 50 YEARS TIME]
THOSE WHO THINK JUST INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRESS WILL PULL INDIA OUT OF POVERTY ARE WRONG
SMART CITY AND BULLET TRAIN,ETC ETC WILL ONLY PULL OUT A MAXIMUM OF 60 % INDIANS OUT OF POVERTY
THOSE WHO GAIN MOST WILL BE CONTRACTORS WHO DO INFRASTRUCTURE WORK FOR GOVERNMENT
LET HISTORY OF INDIA DECIDE AFTER 50 YEARS;WHETHER INFRASTRUCTURE BROUHAHA WAS CORRECT OR WRONG