Our India after 10 years

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Our India after 10 years

Hema Varshini Bhaskar, IIK Young Reporter
Sunday, January 24, 2021
Our India after 10 years

I can’t even dream about how India would look after 10 years. Yes, Technology has taken a very important role in our current modern life. It would be really hard for us to manage our day to day activities without these digital gadgets. Ok fine, Let’s move on to our topic.

Ask your parents or grandparents, whether they have ever thought that they could communicate each other even if they were oceans away. They will definitely say the answer as no. We are so grateful to have such video and audio calls that helps family bonding more stronger. So, just think how India will change after 10 years. Just sprinkle your imagination for this question. For my imagination, I feel that we will have cars that fly on air and road without drivers. You can see engagement of robots in restaurants and all public places in future India. But, there is no one who can determine how future will change, we Know that India is improving every year. Of course, after 10 years it will be huge difference in all sectors.

Even in India the engagement of robotic machines and AI {Artificial Intelligence} in all the fields have been increased, it is also evident that this Artificial intelligence can lower the value of human beings and it will replace the human beings in future. For increasing the economy, many countries are switching over to modern scientific technology. In India, farmers are backbone of our country and hence we have to implement the modern technology in our life without affecting human values and farmers life. We are sure that India is going to be one of the leading countries in the world in future.

India is strong in scientific researches and experiments, this can also be a reason for India to grow. These Include ISRO {Indian Space Research Organization}, DRDO {The Defence Research and Development Organization} etc.

If we see India in future, it will be like as we entered some magical area.

And we the future generations of India should always hold hands together to support and improve our India.

There’s no one who can’t love our motherland India.

Hema Varshini Bhaskar
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