'GDP' and 'Inflation' are the two words that have crossed the borders of books of economics and economists' dialogues. Today, the common man cheers at the elevating GDP and is upset to hear the upward trend in the rate of inflation.
Unless warranted, a common man would never want/ dare to exchange any words with a policeman. And the two words, 'want' and 'dare', elucidate everything. In a democratic set up, wherein we are free to elect our representatives, who in turn are accountable for appointing personnel so as to guarantee security and justice to all, how can even a trivial form of autocracy find any existence?
The economic evolution of China has set new examples for the world. A couple of years back when many economies were aiming for anything above 6, China regarded the growth rate of above 7 per cent as a 'slowdown'.
If you haven't ever observed what the heading says, just visit the Delhi-Haridwar highway during the Kanwar Yatra, an annual pilgrimage of disciples of Lord Shiva. And those, who were spectators of what happened late night during Shab-e-barat, when thousands of bikers superseded the law in the name of communal celebration, know it all.