Ever since a Pakistan-backed terrorist killed Central Reserve Police Force jawans, scores of Indians have been making both strategic and tactical decisions on behalf of the government. Their lack of training, experience, and capability to make such decisions in real-time in a fast-moving world has, evidently, not deterred them.
On issues that matter to them, such as electricity, water and taxes that they pay or don’t, they are oblivious of the challenges that their children and grandchildren would face. They will be doing the nation a service if they leave external power projection to the government and focus on the provision and pricing of electricity and water.
A land and environment court in New South Wales in Australia took into account the global budget for greenhouse gas and carbon emissions and rejected the appeal of a mining company to establish a coal mine. Read More