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India and the UN Security Council 7 years 2 weeks ago #47

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India today is no more the kind of nation which everyone thought what it was a decade or maybe a century back. India has emerged as a successful democracy in the midst of an unstable neighborhood. It has come to become a partner and an adviser in matters affecting relations between nations with it and amongst nations. It has led a number of peacekeeping duties and sacrificed precious lives of its armed forces, even with the scourge of terrorism bleeding it many a times, yet it has been looked down upon and betrayed by nations whom it has considerable trusted them in national interests. Inspite of many hurdles,it has stood silent in the midst of powerful and mighty nations but its silence does not mean that it has given up hope in its demand for justice. That justice is to be apart of the permanent member of the Security Council at the UN. No country can deny another nation's right to demand because this is what we believe in equality and justice. If a poor laborer can demand its wages in the court of law, why should India be denied its fair say in the subject. We as a nation believe in equality,justice, impartiality, fairness and sovereignty of our democratic values. We need to see a change in the mindset of nations especially in the UNSC towards reforming the entire system of working. That change can come if opportunities are given for the unheard to be heard and for the weak to be strong. Let us try to bring out a momentum in the U.S. Congress to support and endorse India's right to a permanent seat in the UNSC.

I look forward for all folks to write and let this be a light at the end of the tunnel.

India and the UN Security Council 7 years 2 weeks ago #209

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India today is no more the kind of nation which everyone thought what it was a decade or maybe a century back. India has emerged as a successful democracy in the midst of an unstable neighborhood. It has come to become a partner and an adviser in matters affecting relations between nations with it and amongst nations. It has led a number of peacekeeping duties and sacrificed precious lives of its armed forces, even with the scourge of terrorism bleeding it many a times, yet it has been looked down upon and betrayed by nations whom it has considerable trusted them in national interests. Inspite of many hurdles,it has stood silent in the midst of powerful and mighty nations but its silence does not mean that it has given up hope in its demand for justice. That justice is to be apart of the permanent member of the Security Council at the UN. No country can deny another nation's right to demand because this is what we believe in equality and justice. If a poor laborer can demand its wages in the court of law, why should India be denied its fair say in the subject. We as a nation believe in equality,justice, impartiality, fairness and sovereignty of our democratic values. We need to see a change in the mindset of nations especially in the UNSC towards reforming the entire system of working. That change can come if opportunities are given for the unheard to be heard and for the weak to be strong. Let us try to bring out a momentum in the U.S. Congress to support and endorse India's right to a permanent seat in the UNSC.

I look forward for all folks to write and let this be a light at the end of the tunnel.

India and the UN Security Council 7 years 6 days ago #213

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Thank you so much all of you who have viewed and posted your replies, opinions and suggestions on the page relating to India's role in the UNSC and its need for a permanent seat. Yes, reforms is the necessary to accommodate views, pinions and resources from a wide spectrum. We have many nations in the United Nations but how many have really committed their will for a change or even demanded a change. The world is slowly turning towards a unipolar form of government and slowly as years pass by the value of world currencies would slowly melt away and give way to one currency, one government and this is what we are witnessing with the decline of other powers who once dared the United States. India is a matured enough to deal with issues and matters affecting its backyard and its interests, as we have seen recently how the U.S. and some nations backtracked their support on India's campaign for a seat at the UNSC and how certain countries hideously expressed their opinion on the 26/11 incident that shook this nation. We should press for a stronger fight and a responsible United Nations if we are to avert future catastrophic wars and clashes in this world we live in.

India and the UN Security Council 7 years 5 days ago #218

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Dear All,

With the support I have recieved from friends who viewed my posting relating to India's role in the United Nations Security Council. I have put up a petition highlighting why India should be the contender for the UNSC. I look forward for all your replies and support. You may email me also on your views and opinions This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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