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What Young India Wants: Selected Essays and Columns / by Chetan Bhagat

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Newdelhi: Rupa Publications, 2012Description: p.180Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 303.4840954 BHA-W
Summary: One of India's bestselling authors brings you another interesting and thought-provoking book called What Young India Wants. The future of any nation lies in the hands of the youth of the country and this book explores the problems faced by them. Patriotism is almost unheard of from the youth of today and this book looks into the reasons as to why we have reached this state of affairs. What Young India Wants looks into some of the crucial questions asked by young people in India. The book takes you through the reasons for the high suicide rate among students, the extent to which corruption has infiltrated the governing systems of the country and whether democracy is truly being fulfilled in the nation. The book details a critical analysis of the complicated problems faced by India in the 21st century. It also presents possible solutions and invites you to engage with the issues discussed, allowing you to see the problem from its various dimensions. What Young India Wants was published in 2012 and is available in paperback. Key Features The book is ideal for those who want to understand the issues faced by contemporary India. The 208-page book is the first non-fiction book from the entertaining author, influenced by the many motivational speeches he has given
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One of India's bestselling authors brings you another interesting and thought-provoking book called What Young India Wants. The future of any nation lies in the hands of the youth of the country and this book explores the problems faced by them. Patriotism is almost unheard of from the youth of today and this book looks into the reasons as to why we have reached this state of affairs.

What Young India Wants looks into some of the crucial questions asked by young people in India. The book takes you through the reasons for the high suicide rate among students, the extent to which corruption has infiltrated the governing systems of the country and whether democracy is truly being fulfilled in the nation.

The book details a critical analysis of the complicated problems faced by India in the 21st century. It also presents possible solutions and invites you to engage with the issues discussed, allowing you to see the problem from its various dimensions. What Young India Wants was published in 2012 and is available in paperback.

Key Features

The book is ideal for those who want to understand the issues faced by contemporary India.
The 208-page book is the first non-fiction book from the entertaining author, influenced by the many motivational speeches he has given

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