Rural children below the age of 4 die in the developing countries mainly from diarrhea and parasitic intestinal worms.Courses of Action:
- The developing countries should improve the hygienic conditions in the cities.
- Daily medicine should be made compulsory in the developing countries for all children below 4 years.
It has been reported that the traffic signals malfunction sometimes. This leads to accidents. What should be done?Courses of Action:
- Ask the traffic police to stand at railway junctions to ensure safety because human lives are precious.
- There should be a scheduled maintenance and repair work of faulty signals on a regular basis.
Chinese toys have flooded the Indian market. They are not of good quality, but are very cheap. Parents prefer buying Chinese toys, which has led to a sharp decline in the demand for Indian toys. What should be done?Courses of Action:
- Government should impose heavy import duty on Chinese toys.
- The shopkeepers should stop selling Chinese toys.
These days a lot many petty vendors sit on footpaths. They pose an obstacle for the walking people.Courses of Action:
- The vendors should be driven away, and their goods should be seized by the government.
- The vendors should be asked to sit far apart so that the walkers can walk in a criss-cross. This will also help more vendors to join and enhance competition.
The Punjab State government has issued a notification that mining of sand should be stopped within 25 Kilometers of the Chandigarh city. This will adversely affect the supply of sand and gravel for the ongoing construction activity in the adjoining areas. The prices of sand will also increase.Courses of Action:
- The notification should be withdrawn.
- More cities should be developed outside the 25 Km area, and people of Chandigarh should be given incentives for shifting to the new cities.
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Updated on 2019-08-18.