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What will happen in 2014 and further?

Recently, somebody asked me, according to you, what will India be like in 2014? After hearing this question, my mind goes into a series of thought process. I was seeing Modi’s waves, Congress’ defeat, AAP emerging. It all started from Anna’s flop-show, to Gujarat elections, Delhi rape case, Italian scam, Owaisi, winning of Congress (after 26/11), in 2009, repeated assault of Army, tossed reputation of VK Singh internationally, then him joining BJP. Obama retained as American President, Osama getting killed, nuclear race, java hack, anonymous hackers, revolution around the world, etc. From which, it was difficult to find statistics; as stock broker would predict using the graphs, I tried reading the happenings of India in the last 4 years and tried comparing it with the previous 5 years.

Giving a considerable thought, it has been a long run within a short span of time. With this I came to the conclusion that people have a tendency to forget and move forward. For example, no one was asking about 26/11 until the opposition probed it or Anna refreshed the memories. Let me tell you about the recently happened incidents. Delhi rape case has been suppressed by news of Army jawan being beheaded, which was supposed to rock the nation but it didn’t spur the exact. After that case, there has been stricter laws or demands for implementation of strict laws against rapists. Such heinous crimes increased and were reported repeatedly from the same city. Maybe, it seemed like a message to the government from anti-social elements that we don’t want to hear you or it may be planned by the government to set fear in your hearts and snatch your freedom. Such crimes are on rise and there will be a time when India will have curfews rather than nightlife and closed circuit television surveillance rather a sophisticated privacy. Current government has lovers as well as haters. There was no baggage checking on railway platforms until Mumbai was rocked by series of blasts. Still, even after implementing the ‘solutions’, the message is being sent by ‘them’ to us, that there is nothing which can stop them. Recent blasts in Hyderabad, hate speeches from both sides of religious leaders are the present preoccupations. Bias decisions for one and punishment for the other are acts which divide the two communities. Please talk about harmony and peace.

We are people who have to forget the past and learn to live in harmony with each other. We understand this but we fail to implement this in our day to day life. This results in one man earning money whilst we play fool-fool game with each other. My intention is not to stop it but what will happen in future because of it. Very soon, the people will start rebelling against the government because government is biased towards one community. Government will use its political muscle and manpower and some sentimental foolish will help them. On the other side, the cyber world will soon be crippled as there are many attacks and attackers are getting advanced with their experience and unfortunately, the ‘companies’ in our country are not working exactly for the national security or threat analysis, making way for a doom in coming years. However, on the bright side, some states which have developed from the bottom and have reached higher might also face similar disputes. The rise in crimes, the rise in communal disharmony, the fallacy of economics, innumerable scams, rise of prices, frustrated common man and frustrated personal life due to governmental flaws will be common. War with neighbours will rise and many will lose their lives.

It is all seen in the making and soon the law will go out of hands and curfew will be imposed on us. CCTVs will be installed on roads, tracing all our activities and will snatch our privacy. The freedom on the internet will be lost. The sudden win of Arindham Chaudhary has taught us that ISP and internet is under the influence of private companies rather than governmental bodies. FDI may be or may not be affecting all to us but, ‘those’ foreign companies which is investing in our country will reap the share. Surely, it will raise employment but it will also result in fallacy of small and medium entreprenuers. It is a huge game and it requires a continuous cycle to execute this chain reaction. However, hope that there is another political party and of course this rebellious orator can help the country’s citizens. Those pockets are filled and those who had sold their souls, they are not complaining about it. On the other side, we cannot say anything about the future, might be our country is marching towards military rule like in North Korea. Military rule is good but it lays the freedom of citizens into the hands of men who enslave other men. It is like a dilemma in which this country is foreseen to be stuck. It would be interesting to see if this nation gets a hero, who actually twists the entire story.

Many good and bad things happened; political winds are blowing in this country. People are waiting for change and between all these; the life of conman man has not changed much. Upcoming Lok Sabha elections will be ever interesting in the history. Let’s see, who will win and who will lose; who will be the new king and the kingmakers. One fourth of the year has passed with many incidences taking place; let’s hope for better years ahead.

Hopes are high and hope is the reason, we all strive harder for our better future and plan fthe uture of our children. At the bottom line, if something has to happen, it will be for good. I didn’t say that, people say, god said it!

Dr Vaidehi Taman
Dr Vaidehi an Accredited Journalist from Maharashtra is bestowed with Honourary Doctorate in Journalism, Investigative Journalist, Editor, Ethical Hacker, Philanthropist, and Author. She is Editor-in-Chief of Newsmakers Broadcasting and Communications Pvt. Ltd. for 11 years, which features an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, monthly magazines like Hackers5, Beyond The News (international) and Maritime Bridges. She is also an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Security Analyst and is also a Licensed Penetration Tester which caters to her freelance jobs.

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