Posted on: 4 Feb 2006, 11:36 IST.
Name: erew (7 years)
School: ewrwe
Question: testse

Posted on: 4 Feb 2006, 11:23 IST.
Name: erew (7 years)
School: ewrwe
Question: testse


Posted on: 16 Nov 2005, 18:46 IST.
Name: karunagaran.G (22 years)
School: polytechnic
Question: hello sir,i am from abroad indian youngster. thanks for willing spend your time with our youngters. may you tell me your success mantras and how to control our mind in one direction only.That is develop our mother land (INDIA). thank you, Jai Hind.


Posted on: 16 Nov 2005, 18:46 IST.
Name: karunagaran.G (24 years)
School: polytechnic
Question: hello sir,i am from abroad indian youngster. thanks for willing spend your time with our youngters. may you tell me your success mantras and how to control our mind in one direction only.That is develop our mother land (INDIA). thank you, Jai Hind.


Posted on: 15 Nov 2005, 13:15 IST.
Name: jkkkl (6 years)
School: mnm
Question: hjkk


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 18:50 IST.
Name: Shashank Bhardwaj (11 years)
School: Delhi Public school, Dwarka, New Delhi
Question: Dear sir, I want to know if life will ever be possible on other planets or if we will be able to live on other planets? Shashank


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 17:36 IST.
Name: sreevidya k. (17 years)
School: NATIONAL COLLEGE ,TRIVANDRUM
Question: DEAR SIR, What do you mean by sucess?When we can say we have attained sucess?Sir are you able to say you have attained sucess in life.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 16:48 IST.
Name: jeevanandam (22 years)
School: mepco schlenk engneering college
Question: hi Mr.president; hope fine frm u , WISH U A HAPPY CHILDRENS DAY


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 14:5 IST.
Name: Rahul Dagade (24 years)
School: Pune Institute of Computer Technology
Question: Sir, What is your mission to combat the corruption and to increase transparancy in government? Sir, I think less salary to the politicians, ministers is the major factor which cause corruption. Sir why India gives less salary to such honorable posts? If we compare their salary with other developing countries like Malasiya, Singapore it is very very less. So giving them adequate salary will surely help to increase transparacy in the politics and Government.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:29 IST.
Name: Avinash Fofalia (23 years)
School: Sadhana Centre for Management & Leadership Development (SCMLD), Pune
Question: Dear Dr.Kalam, Pranaam! SCMLD, Pune is trying to inculcate/excavate from within, the qualities of commitment, integrity, authenticity etc. in/out of the students, in addition to the MBA level intellectual inputs and skills development. Sir, I am one of the innumerable students who is ignited by your vision for the country. It has been my dream to hear you live, and to see the awakening hapenning in my batchmates too. Could you spare some time out and visit our institute for a session or come for our convocation? Regards, Avinash Fofalia SCMLD, Pune (www.scmld.org)


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:17 IST.
Name: Vagdevi Ch. S. (9 years)
School: Gowtham Model School, Hyderabad
Question: Respected Sir, What is the role of a teacher in the present scenario? Thank you sir.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: Sreedhar (25 years)
School: ICAI
Question: Dear President, Do you agree with me that education plays vital role in removing education and moving India ahead of all other countries? Then why atleast minimum education is also not reaching to all the children in our country? Is there any solution to restriuct the BUSINESS of education as you are aware that education is being SOLD like any other commodity!!! Are our politicians really intend for social service? Looking at the child labour rate, dont we feel that we are fooling ourselves and creating much worsening future for our younger generations? As a president, would like to hear from you the true action on this. Warm Regards, Sreedhar.T


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: S.K.SRUTHI (8 years)
School: SRSI MATRICULATION SCHOOL, KARAMADAI,CBE,TN
Question: Respected Hon'President Sir How should I/we equip/prepare ourselves to be a good child, good student, good advisor, good citizen and good leader so that I/we should be a role model for the future generation?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: Dipesh Mahajan (24 years)
School: HAL College,Nashik
Question: Sir,What is the future of Nuclear Energy with our Economic progress or how it is affecting that ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:12 IST.
Name: Nidhin.M (21 years)
School: M.G.UNIVERSITY,KOTTAYAM
Question: hello sir, the girls in our society become sexually mature in the age of 13,and the boys mature in the age of nearly 14.but the girls got married in between 19-23.but the boys got married in the age ranging from 28to35.this is the real reason behind most of the rape cases reported in india.how can they overcome the frustrations for nearly 20 years before getting married.what is your opinion about this.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:12 IST.
Name: sashank (21 years)
School: JPNCE, mahabubnagar, AP
Question: Kalamji i would like you to launch a national wide students forum spearheaded by you. I think u can do more from this platform. We can have lakhs and lakhs of young people joining that forum and you actually recruit the members of this forum by a professional consultant. I think you can do great things like this all of us from that forum can address many things concerned to politics, education, rural upliftment, corruption and many more. I hope u refine this idea more and put into implementation soon.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:11 IST.
Name: S.K.SRUTHI (8 years)
School: SRSI MATRICULATION SCHOOL, KARAMADAI,CBE,TN
Question: Respected Hon'President Sir How should I/we equip/prepare ourselves to be a good child, good student, good advisor, good citizen and good leader so that I/we should be a role model for the future generation?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:10 IST.
Name: lenin.m. (23 years)
School: st.Jude's College ,kanyakumary
Question: Mr. Persident, do not you see the children stand around you(in the photo graph) be taken to sexual exploitations and susequenly to brohels once to their curse someday , on this childrens day?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:8 IST.
Name: azher (16 years)
School: rizvi college bandra w mumbai
Question: dear sir,do you think india will be developed nation by 2010 as curreption and bad leading in number. one more thing i would like to ask you sir that why our india nation not having any qualification standerd for election.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: Danish Khan (25 years)
School: GSIS KOREA, SEOUL
Question: Respected President, Today i was stopped by few Korean students in my university in Seoul who dedicate/spend their holidays for the betterment of poor children in Bodh Gaya.The land of lord Buddha which is widely known across the world. But in the surroundings of Bodh Gaya, if you have a look at the situation one can easily experience the deplorable situation of women,children around.My question is, can't we do something to develop the surroundings of Bodh Baya so that foreigners can have a healthy image of Bodh Gaya and our beautiful country?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:6 IST.
Name: rajesh (14 years)
School: carmel convent high school
Question: His Excellency, Honarable President of India, Sir, Every Indian knows that he or she could contribute something to the country. What do you think one can do better to serve the community.?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:5 IST.
Name: Namarata L (14 years)
School: CIRS cbe
Question: Do u still think we can maintain our culture even after becoming developed? Which countries do u think will become hostile towards india and what will india do about it? Even if india become developed do u still think india can get the VETO powet? Do u think prostitution will increase or decrease in india With india becoming a super power will its leades ideals also change? The interests of which countries will india protect after becoming a super power? If india develops which fiels will it upgrade and degrade in?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:5 IST.
Name: Dipti (20 years)
School: GEC jbp
Question: Sir, I'm B.Tech Student from a reputed college in jbp. I feel the standard of education is not good in India. The teachers do not take an active interest in training students with the practicality of the subject. I have read your autobiography "The wings of fire", where you have specified how good teachers have inspired and motivated you. This is something missing in current system. Only IITs get good teachers. I think the education system needs to be changed. Please tell me ur comments on this.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:4 IST.
Name: Fuzail Ahmad Ansari (25 years)
School: United Institute of management
Question: Why can't develop the Kanpur City please tell me with reason. "Mera Hindustan Sabsay Achha Hain" Indian Culture is very Fine.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:2 IST.
Name: R.Suresh Babu (25 years)
School: SRM College of Engineering
Question: Why our Indian Nation doesnt have any qualification standards for the our Ministers Election Candidates?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: Jayendra Reddy (5 years)
School: TAR school.
Question: Dear Kalamji, I am 5 five year old boy studying KG in a small village in Andhra Pradesh. I am a big time admirer of you and your vision. As small children, how can we contribute to a brighter India and brighter villages? With lots of regards and love, Jayendra


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: Poonam Shekhawat (14 years)
School: Shophia High School, Bikaner
Question: In your opinion, How do rate different work( such as Defense,agriculture, teaching, scientific etc) according to how much important they are ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: Srishti Srivastava (14 years)
School: Mount Carmel High School
Question: Respected sir I am very previleged to ask you a question.Sir,when India got independence the people of India,Shri Jawaharlal Nehruji and WHO tried their best to increase the population.Now when India is well devloped,very strong and also the second ranker in terms of population.Can't she do anything to decrease it as lots of problem arise because of it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: Jaiprakash (23 years)
School: Mulund College of Commerce
Question: Sir, As a Info. Tech Student who is Suppose to Start his Career in Global Environment what should be Our Prime Focus & Aim considering the Reality Around us. (Politician, Corruption, Crime, Poverty, Lack of Infrastucture)


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: Ashish (23 years)
School: Agra University
Question: Respected Sir, I understand education is one of the most important aspects for individual & collective growth of a society. Government is also supporting it through various options. However when we go for education loan, banks require 2 guarantors worth the loan amount beside collateral security. Do you think it is possible for someone from lower middle class to arrange that? Is there any hope I can realize my dream of studying what I want to? Regards, Ashish


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: aditya (20 years)
School: thakur college of engg n tech
Question: dear Sir,the quaota system in our education system is not justified.students getting good marks are not getting admissions in better colleges whereas students who have a quota get admissions even aftwer scoring very less marks.what i feeel is that instead of having quota systems, we should have admissions reserved for students belonging to an economically backward family which can be found out seeing their IT returns.this will help in uplifting the poor and raising the standards of living overall.do u think this is feasible?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: Amit Kumar Singh (23 years)
School: Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Question: What is a nation? Is it the legislative, executive and judiciary body made for the interests of rich and callous? Is it the concept which shows the dream to the youth and younger ones to think about the prosperity of nation where more than 70% people are not even able to dream, given their continuous struggle for the minimum level of subsistence? Isn't the very concept of nation a mockery on humanity?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: Srishti Srivastava (14 years)
School: Mount Carmel High School
Question: Respected sir I am very previleged to ask you a question.Sir,when India got independence the people of India,Shri Jawaharlal Nehruji and WHO tried their best to increase the population.Now when India is well devloped,very strong and also the second ranker in terms of population.Can't she do anything to decrease it as lots of problem arise because of it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:58 IST.
Name: Srishti Srivastava (14 years)
School: Mount Carmel High School
Question: Respected sir I am very previleged to ask you a question.Sir,when India got independence the people of India,Shri Jawaharlal Nehruji and WHO tried their best to increase the population.Now when India is well devloped,very strong and also the second ranker in terms of population.Can't she do anything to decrease it as lots of problem arise because of it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: Miss. Vijisha Vasudevan Menon (16 years)
School: Sydneham College, Mumbai
Question: Dear & Loving honorable President Sir, Hope you are fine. I like your simplicity and your great concern for the younger generation (students). What can the students expect from our mother land in terms of career/development growth which will lead us to serve for India. Myself & family are ardent devotees of Amma (Mata Amritanandmayi)and follow mother's teachings in life. We could see you during Amritavarsham at Cochin in 2003. Please excuse me if I wrote something irrelevant. I know that Sir, you are also a devotee of Amma. Lots of love to you on this Childrens' day and may God bless you with good health and long life. Vijisha Menon


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: Roopkumar (19 years)
School: Institution of Engineers (India)
Question: What is the role of education in developing self-confidence among Indian youth as they lack it while their schooling itself? What are the ways to make them self-confidence?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: Sonam Sujanani (14 years)
School: CIRS cbe
Question: If india becomes a super power how do you think india will behave with the other super powers? Looking at the current scenario of corruption do u think india can achieve 2020? If India becomes a super power will the standing of indin citizens increase Do u think India will be able to pay its debts to the world bank after it develops Which is the better way to become developed (1)through per capita income (2)or through HRD If india gets the VETO power do u think it will misuse it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: vinay sathyan (25 years)
School: central queensland university
Question: to compete with china, india must tackle issues like corruption, population control and infrastructure. what are your views/suggestions to various government bodies on these?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:56 IST.
Name: Prasannanshu (25 years)
School: University of Groningen, Netherlands
Question: Dear President Saheb Ji, I am a student in Holland, doing a course titled: European Masters in Clinical Linguistics. I have a special place of regard and reverence for you not only because you are a scholar and a scientist but also because you awarded me with the Ph.D. degree at the convocation of Delhi University in 2002. I am writing to you, as you are the only person I know of who has the patriotic zeal and fire to put India on the world map in the field of Research and Sciences. I am a person who is really, though in a miniscule fraction of your dream, is capable of doing so. I find my hands tied in the web of rigid rules and lack of vision of the academic and research establishment in general in India. I have a deep interest in the field of Neurolinguistics and that is incidentally the subject for which you awarded me with a Ph.D. It is an interdisciplinary field belonging to the cognitive sciences, in which the West is making progress by leaps and bounds during the last two centuries since the works of Broca and Wernicke. It is notable that Indians working in Foreign countries have made their own significant contributions. India in general has a lot to offer not only because of its talent but also in terms of its languages whose structure is different from many of the European countrys’ languages. The field has practical uses in clinical practice of Neurology, Speech Pathology, Rehabilitation of people suffering from afflictions like Aphasia (who number in lacs) and also in understanding of language and Brain [and their interrelationships] in general-it is an integral part of brain research. For working on Neurolinguistics one ideally requires to combine knowledge of Linguistics and needs to cooperate with clinicians (Neurologists, Speech Pathologists, Clinical Psychologists); and needs an access to brain scanning equipment like f MRI, MRI and CT scan. This is possible in the institutions, which abound in and around Delhi e.g. major hospitals like the AIIMS. I worked as a Lecturer in Delhi and left India with two offers of Associate Professorship in hand [but no opportunity to work in the field of Neurolinguistics][and of course I am NET qualified]- I foresee that typically I would end up seeking jobs in the West, after completion of my present course in Clinical Linguistics– until and unless something in India happens like starting up of a new [urgently needed] teaching or research programme in Neurolinguistics / Clinincal Linguistics and I get an opportunity of Research and teaching there. I know you are the right person to approach, with the right vision for India. Thank you. With regards, PRASANNANSHU P.S.-My age is 39 years-the option was not provided in the form.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:56 IST.
Name: J.Divya sinsi (18 years)
School: cauvery college for women-Trichy-18
Question: respected sir, can India be develope as other devoleped country?what is the way with help of the student


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:56 IST.
Name: Srishti Srivastava (14 years)
School: Mount Carmel High School
Question: Respected sir I am very previleged to ask you a question.Sir,when India got independence the people of India,Shri Jawaharlal Nehruji and WHO tried their best to increase the population.Now when India is well devloped,very strong and also the second ranker in terms of population.Can't she do anything to decrease it as lots of problem arise because of it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:56 IST.
Name: Arnab Chattopadhyay (25 years)
School: National Centre For Plant Genome Research
Question: Can Spiritual discourses added in primary and secondary education,which can help the attitude of defeat within oneself?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: aditya (20 years)
School: thakur college of engg n tech
Question: dear Sir,it is commonly observed that students of our country are very gud at theoretical knowledge but when it comes to practical applications, they are lagging behind their chinese counterparts.it is not their fault because the syllabus of our universities is outdated that it doesnt have any practical applications these days.students just mug up certain fixed answers and pass the examinations with flyin colours.do you think that india in 2020 will be able to cope up this problem because for doing so seeds must be planted now.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: Abdul Wahid E (22 years)
School: IIT Roorkee
Question: Why we can't we develop an 'Asian Union' like that of European Union, joining all the Asian countries for the development of member countries and to tackle all the external influences on our countries? Besides the economic development, such a movement will help to reduce the stress on the borders, and the billions spending on the borders can be used for the development of our people.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: Babloo (23 years)
School: working
Question: Respected sir, I am working in Chicago as an engineer. I am an alumi of jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya funded by HRD ministry. i may not able to talk to you online, but i want to get in touch with you.i have some questions in my mind. 1.shouldn't we include "something", i don't know exact solution, at secondary level education to enhace the creativity of the students. 2. shouldn't we stress more on languages and communication skills in secondary schools. 3. shouldn't we include some basic practices like meditation in education system to make children mentally sound and strong so that they can struggle in life. i have conception that lack of basic infrastructure like education, electricity and awareness, etc is the main stumbling block in the developement of our country. how should we address these stuffs. Thanks and regards. Babloo kumar.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: K. G. Mouli (23 years)
School: Thiyagaraj Eve. College
Question: In India we take census for population for every ten years. Govt. work out as per the plans planned every 5 years (5-year Plan). How is it possible for the requisite development in 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: Shekhar Bherota (23 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: Dear Sir, I am doing MCA from IGNOU and am working as application engineer on linux platform.I want to go into the ISRO.Please guide me what path should i take now? Actually you have inspired lots of youth including me to go into our own science departments. but still we dont have proper guidance. so kindly guide me, or ask someone, because i know you must be very busy. thousand thanks for doing what you have done for the country.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: K.S.viswanath (15 years)
School: Vana vani matriculation school .IIT campus Chennai
Question: sir, I am a class 12 student .One think that irks me is the reservation policy we have .It is only in India that people want and are proud to be called backward class as there is plenty of oppouttunities in reservation.They are afraid to compete in open .why? why do we have reservation in the first place based on CASTE that too after 50 years of independence?How we we become a developed country when people are craving for backward status?I feel if at all upliftment has to be there for the POOR then we have to base our reservation on income rather than caste.In all the applications forms the caste column should be removed .We are INDIANS. and i am very proud to be an indian. I want to work only in India and help you to achieve your dream of making India a developed country. All od us must learn to call ourselves Indians rather than identify according to region or religion or caste.Jai Hind


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: Radha .M (18 years)
School: Cauvery College For Women,Trichy 18
Question: Hello Sir, I'am glad to get this oppurtunity to send a question to you.Currently,I'am doing my 1st year BACHELORS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION in this college.How do you feel better...as a SCIENTIST to our nation or as a PRESIDENT sir?Thank you & May the good Lord bless you!


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:54 IST.
Name: Kranti (25 years)
School: Wigan & Leigh College, Kolkata
Question: Good Morning Sir, I am pursuing MBA in Finance and want to complete my last sem. in UK. Will I get any help from your side?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:54 IST.
Name: Chetan (22 years)
School: KKW
Question: How r u? Sir request from me, please do something for the school education in INDIA.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:54 IST.
Name: Murali Purushothaman (21 years)
School: Bharath Institue of Science & Technology
Question: Respected Dr.Kalam, I dont see any good future for India, by just igniting young minds. In India individuals are reaching great heights, where we lack is as a country.No matter how great ur soldiers are, without a good leader they will crumble even to the weakest forces. So, our ultimate objective should be to make our younger minds to make politics as their career. If that's done im sure India will be a superpower within 2020. ( A dream every true Indian dreams). Thank You Rediff.com for giving this nice oppurtunity.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:53 IST.
Name: K. Venkatesh. (25 years)
School: Institute of Research of Eternal Truth & Education, Kolhapur
Question: Anthim Sathya Prabodhan Sanstha, Kolhapur ( Institute of Research of Eternal Truth & Education ) 14/11/2005. To, H. E. Shri. A. P. J. Abdul Kalaam, President of India Respected Sir, Today in the beginning of this third millennium, especially in the last fifty years due to the tremendous advancement in the field of Science, we have been able to progress materialistically. Unfortunately no such progress is seen at the Ethical front, on the contrary it is progressing negatively. Under these circumstances, we look at your highness as a source to guide us being a preaching Gandhian and a great Indian Spiritual Thinker. In today’s education there is mere Information and Knowledge is missing in it. We want our Country to be at the fore front in establishing a strong base to Value Education in the world. As an initial step we are coming out with a book titled “What Precisely is Meant by ‘Knowledge’ & ‘Information’?. We have established an Institute ‘Anthim Sathya Prabodhan Sanstha’ ( Institute of Research of Eternal Truth & Education’) at Kolhapur – Maharashtra. Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil is the Founder Chairman of our Institute. It is our sincere effort to establish a strong, secular and rational base to inculcate Values in Education. The architect of Indian Constitution Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar in his inaugural address to the parliament had very clearly stated that, the success of this Constitution or any other constitution of any country will solely depend upon the virtues of every individual involved in the process of implementing it at any point of time. The aim of our Institute is to play a pivotal role to build a society of Virtuous people. Today our country needs the guidance of great people like your highness. Mahatma Gandhi is not amongst us today. The independence we have today is with the condition to abide by the law, but at the same time we also have the independence not to follow the Ethical Principles. This is leading to a chaotic society with consumerism and mere material progress. With this above brief introduction of our Institute, we request your highness to spare a few minutes out of your most valuable time and have some preliminary discussions with me as I am in Delhi till tomorrow. This will give us an opportunity to express ourselves in person. Thanking you for your patient reading, For Anthim Sathya Prabodhan Sanstha, Kolhapur K.Venkatesh. ( Mob : 094337 20161) N.B (Dr. D. Y. Patil : Ph: 0231 - 2601999)


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:52 IST.
Name: Athar Sagri (25 years)
School: Bhavan's College
Question: Dear Mr. President, Respected Sir, Among all the Indian presidents so far, I admire you the most. I am proud to be an Indian and to have a president like you for our country to guide us on the right path. Your guidence is very important for the young generation. I would like to know when would our great country INDIA will be without any corrupt politicians. I think this will suerly bring our beloved nation on top of the world in culture wise, economy wise and libral wise. Thank you sir. Regards, Athar Sagri


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:52 IST.
Name: aarti (19 years)
School: women'scollege ranchi
Question: in;really'what'is'life?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:52 IST.
Name: PRATAP SINGH JEENA (25 years)
School: Kumaon University,Almora
Question: Dear President! Please! describe its possible for india to make AVAATAR hyper plane project on time, do India have all related technology for making this project or India have to import thetech. from abroad.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:51 IST.
Name: S.SHARMILA (18 years)
School: CAUVERY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN -TRICHY -TAMIL NADU
Question: hello sir , i am 2nd year physics student i like to serve to my country through the field of science.is their any exam to join in ISRO . what is the basic qualification for that ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:51 IST.
Name: Sonam Sujanani (14 years)
School: CIRS cbe
Question: If india becomes a super power how do you think india will behave with the other super powers?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: ramesh r nair (25 years)
School: ratnam college,bhandup
Question: sir, inspite of advancement in missile technology there is no improvements in diagnostics,microwave technology and many more.nobody in india is having the know how.no one is indigeniously developing it.people with money are only intrested in multyplying it by reassembling.individuals intrested in developing them are without funds.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: Hari Shanker Sharma (25 years)
School: Just graduated !!
Question: Sir "Now why can't we have the leaders like Lal Bahadur Satry and Sardar Balabh Bhai Patel because still our country equally need them now as needed in the english period". Growing corruption, bad infrastructure, people are harming others just for their comfortability. I have been to Stockholm to do pursue my Masters in Engineering and there I saw that ppl do care for others, human value is on the top. Why can't we do/follow that in India (the place known for rich cluture and civilzation). Everybody can be seen to blame others, politicians, beuracrates got almost curropted. What is the way to root this out and I don't think that Shining India can be looked if these things would continue to prevail. I shall be extremely thankful to you to listen your views. Sincerely, A little India.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: Abhijit Parkhe (24 years)
School: Indian Institute of Sciences
Question: Dear Sir, What is your vision for Biotechnology and allied fields in India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: Chinmay Tiwari (16 years)
School: C.I.R.S cbe
Question: How do you think India will behave towards Pakistan after becoming a super power?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: Darshini (11 years)
School: Bhavans School
Question: Dear Mr.President: How do we make it possible for all children to actually receive a formal education? Thank you, Darshini R


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: aditya (20 years)
School: thakur college of engg n tech
Question: do you think that rising the salaries of government employees would help corruption because at such low salaries nobody can support his or her family.also compared to other developed countries, the salaries are quite low leading them to go for unlawful means and corruption.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: Rinki Nath (14 years)
School: Muktashree High School,Silchar-Assam
Question: Sir, Your love and concern for us has really touched our lives.So, on a special day for us like this, what would be your single message?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: nihar (21 years)
School: SS Engg College
Question: Sir, Nothing against the policies of the Indian Constitution, but i personally feel that the reservation rules affect the careers of normal open caste students. Why so? If i explain my question, I was 4000 odd rank in merit in my state after 12th Std Science Stream. But the new merit list after the reservation quota made my rank 7000 and due to that I was not able to get admission in my choice of college in my town, which I would have got in my original rank. Is it fair for me to think that I was not robbed of a good opportunity in my career just because of my reservation criteria? Regards, ~Nihar Shah Gujarat


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: John Nelson (25 years)
School: Vadalur Knowledge Centre
Question: Respected Sir, I am John Nelson, recipient of NVA Fellowship for Mission2007, installed by you on July 11, 2005. From our Vadalur Village Knowledge Centre, located in vadalur-village, cuddalore-dist., Tamil Nadu, students from 4 schools wanted to ask questions to you. Since they yet to create e-mail, I am posting them on behalf of the children. Your answer to any one of the question will be very much encouraging to our village children. 1. Why you love children? S.Anitha (9 yrs) D/o Mr.Selvam - R.C Primary School, Vadalur 2. Why you wanted to fly like a bird? S.Brindha (9 Yrs) D/o Mr.Sundar - R.C Primary School, Vadalur 3. Like you, if we also choose to become a scientist, will it be good for the country's growth? G. Jasmin Sonia (14 Yrs) D/o Mr. George - St. John's School, Vadalur 4. Is there any district in Tamilnadu with all points you have expected? P.Pretheeba (14 Yrs) D/O George Chakkaravarthy - St. John's School, Vadalur 5. What are the uses of satellieties to develop India? E. Rinse (13 Yrs) D/o A. Ebinesan - Fathima Marticulation School, Vadalur 6. What steps you've taken to destroy terrorism? L.N. Parveen (14 Yrs) S/o D.L. Nepolean - Fathima Marticulation School, Vadalur 7. How to settle the debt we have in India and how to improve the financial position to become the super power? J. Jamela Preethy D/O John Britto - Fathima Marticulation School, Vadalur 8. India's manpower is evacuvated through brain drain. What are the ways you can suggest to avoid it? P. Bakkiya Selvi (13 Yrs) - Sri. Thambusamy Matriculation School, Vadalur 9. If you're a student what you'll ask to the President? P. Malini ( 15 Yrs) - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 10. For economical Growth of India, what can I do? P. Malini ( 15 Yrs) - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 11. I want to become a scientist? What are the field's I can choose after 10th Standard? R. Ramya ( 15 Yrs) - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 12. What is the message you want to give to us on this 'Children's Day'? K. Vijaya Kumar ( 9 Yrs) S/o Mr. Kumaresan - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 13. I want to write my name in the History. What I've to do for that? G. Nivetha ( 9 Yrs) D/o Mr. Gunasekaran - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 14. Respected Sir, wether you're happy to be a scientist or President? T. Narmadha ( 6Yrs) D/o Mr. Thasarathan - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur 15. Kindly give your suggestion on our Indian educational system. R. Balamurugan (8 Yrs) S/o Mr. R.Ravindran - Thiripura Veni Matriculation School, Vadalur


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: Miss Aksharika Raja (9 years)
School: Bishop's Co-ed School, Pune
Question: Dear President uncle, please tell me ways to :- 1) increase education amongst poor children; 2) bring in safety and security standards for our country 3) reduce the poverty levels.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:47 IST.
Name: 342 (20 years)
School: 34324
Question: 3432432


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: Chinmay Tiwari (16 years)
School: Chinmaya International Residential School Coimbatore
Question: If India becomes a super power how long do u think we will remain as as super power?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: kumar Manoharan (25 years)
School: ICFAI University
Question: Sir May i humbly request you to advise the parents to dream big ? Many parents discourage or atleast do not encourage their kids to acheive great things; Many parents fail to notice and tap the potential/skills of their chiledren Many parents do not allow their children to think beyond their intrests and capacity Many parents influence their own intrests and aspiration on the children. Please advise them as well Sir. Jai Hind Kumar


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: Selva Kumar (23 years)
School: Arunai Engineering College
Question: Sir,Why you have chosen presidents post,instead of chosing this you can be a one who can be in university or colleges giving guest lectures to the students sothat the student may acquire knowledge through which we can achiecve the dream of India being a Super Power in 2020


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: shreyas S murthy (15 years)
School: carmel Convent
Question: Sir, we are very happy to have you as President of our Country. Can't we recognize our employee resource, so that we can stop people from selling their brains for other countries like US UK etc., Since I have seen majority Indians working at high posts in other countries and also in Software industries. Sir. please Comment.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: swati pawar (24 years)
School: Mumbai University
Question: Hello Sir, I want to ask u "What kind of hard work u have taken to achieve this success?"


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: Michelle Geraldine Christy (21 years)
School: Cauvery College For Women ,Tiruchirappalli 18
Question: Good Morning Sir, Students who come from rural areas still need to develop their english & communications skill sir.They often feel shy & afraid to speak in English.Is there any measures that can be done further to impart communication skills to them?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: Miss Bhat Neha (22 years)
School: college
Question: Respected Sir, I would like to ask you thatis the procedure of eduction really good in india as compared to foregin countries. Here don't u feel that childrens are not having the basic concepts i mean if u go to some govt school and not to DPS or Sanskriti children only have the confined knowledge about there books and ... so in India we have so many business trycoons so iff they put some ofther eefforts to imporvis ethis situation may be the future india will be the super star.... neha


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: karan (25 years)
School: working
Question: Well, you always more emphasize about teens and childrens and would like to know how 20+ age groups are going to help our dream 2020 India.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: AMMAR TAYYAB (9 years)
School: Fairview International School, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Question: Q. No.2. Honourable Sir, What do you think about the education given in private colleges in India, offerring degree in professional courses such as M.B.B.S., Engineering etc after taking a huge amount of money as donation?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:44 IST.
Name: Burhanuddin Khambati (12 years)
School: St. Stanislaus High school
Question: Sir, as a student, who was your idol and why ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: Princy Subhash (21 years)
School: Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Question: Dear Baba, I feel that the greatest asset of any nation is its people,especially the educated people.Yet our government fails to provide basic education to the tribal people of our country,let alone basic amenities.Many states are still low on education levels.Why are we forgetting the underpreviliged? Farmers are neglected and are subjected to below standard living.Why? When will PEACE come to our Kashmiri brothers and sisters.Why do not you visit Kashmiri children and find out thier troubles?How can we scientifically build an efficient road network connecting our states and our people?Please try to answer my questions?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: supreet Singh (15 years)
School: Lawrance Public School., Phase-6, Mohali, Distt. Ropar, Punjab
Question: Can't India become a corruption Free Country or a country with minimum corrupiton. I am asking so becuase these days we read in the newspapers and listening on the TV Channels about corruption in different aspects of life?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: SANDIP KUMAR (24 years)
School: Computer Operator in NIC Khagaria
Question: Sir Many Computer Operator Work in NiC Office of Bihar State on Daily wases (Dainik Majduri). will u help all computer Operator for Permanent Job?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: N.VAISHALI AAKARSHYA NATARAJAN (15 years)
School: SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL, OLD RAJINDER NAGAR NEW DELHI -110060
Question: My favourite subjects are science @ technology,I have been topper of the shcool right from the beginning, I would like to pursue a career in Nasa, I am bit confussed, Hence I reguest the President to guide me this regard as to how to go about it. Thanking you,with regards,vaishali aakarshya.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: Subhash (23 years)
School: Ahmednagar
Question: Why Science & Techonolgy have not taken considerable lead (Like new invention etc.,)even you became president? What do you think is required to develop these things inside india?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: Shirish Punde (23 years)
School: UDCT
Question: Mr. President, Do you see any possibility of having a educated, corruption free parliament in near or distant future. If so, are we as a country taking any corrective actions towards it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:42 IST.
Name: K. Adarsh (6 years)
School: H.A.L High School, Hyderabad
Question: Respected President, Sir, My wish is to see My Country people are functionally educated enough to make wise decisions. Why cant we make every student of this country to take up assignment on educating people (atleast 5 people in a year)to read & write simultaneously right from their school days? If this is made mandatory and if students are also motivated enough, i think we can achieve soon a Developed India throgh 100% Literacy? I need your advice, support and involvement. Sir Will you join me in this mission and kindly arrange to issue Orders to all educational institutions of this country to make this assignment mandatory for entire student group?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:42 IST.
Name: manohar (23 years)
School: JNCASR
Question: Dear Sir We do not deny that we have great environment for pursuing research in india, but what matters is monetary security thereafter. What can be the solution, in order to avoid Phd graduates leaving the country for working in foreign countries which promise them better monetary benefits. with regards manohar


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:42 IST.
Name: vijayaraj (22 years)
School: Coimbatore Institute of Technology
Question: Whether i should go abroad after my study to earn money or not


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: Amit Upadhyay (25 years)
School: Meerut Medical College
Question: Dear Sir, I am highly qualified medical professional, not finding an appropriate job in India. I want to know why should I remain in India and serve it and not go looking for greener pastures in the West?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: Abdulkadir (11 years)
School: saifi high school
Question: Which is very big sins?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: DILSHAD UMAR (23 years)
School: A .B.SHETTY MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES
Question: sir, good evening .its a great pleasure for me to get an oppurtunity to talk to you my qeustion to you is as a president you have been interacting with students since you have been in office.sir you have been the source of inspiration to many young people,awakenning the students,creating confidence among students .but what about the students in rural part of the country who are not getting basic education and end up as child labours.this child labour is also prevelant even in metros where the educated people utilise them,the root cause of which is personally feel it is poverty .sir how can we tackle this .sir i want your opinnion regarding what can be done to tackle this ? thanking you, dilshad umar


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: Marfina PP (18 years)
School: PPMHSS, Kotukara
Question: Assalamualaikum..Respected President,My country India has a lot of historic, cultural, educational ,potential resources,and human power more than any other nations in the world.My India is the largest democratic country in the world.The words of Indian constitution allow any individual to lead a peaceful & happy life in India.But, yet the life in India is becoming insecure now.Why this happens.I wish to see a developed India before my eyes close.I know that every individual has there own roles to play for that. As I am one of the future citizens to hold my nation to development what I have to do in the future and what I have to do at present.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: Shachi Bahl (15 years)
School: Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan
Question: We are devastated by Mother Earth's fury, be it Tsunami or Quake. Haven't we humans, invoked this anger by multiplying our race at the cost of everything else? Why no leader talks about population growth and control?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:41 IST.
Name: Sojjwal S. Kelkar (17 years)
School: BITS-Pilani, Goa campus
Question: Respected sir, in your opinion which of the following is the better investment for India: (a)Chandrayaan I (b)Pradhanmantri Gram Sadak Yojana (c)buying foriegn weapons (d)some employment policy. So that she can become a developed country by 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:40 IST.
Name: DILSHAD UMAR (23 years)
School: A .B.SHETTY MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES
Question: sir, good evening .its a great pleasure for me to get an oppurtunity to talk to you my qeustion to you is as a president you have been interacting with students since you have been in office.sir you have been the source of inspiration to many young people,awakenning the students,creating confidence among students .but what about the students in rural part of the country who are not getting basic education and end up as child labours.this child labour is also prevelant even in metros where the educated people utilise them,the root cause of which is personally feel it is poverty .sir how can we tackle this .sir i want your opinnion regarding what can be done to tackle this ? thanking you, dilshad umar


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:40 IST.
Name: D.V.R.SRIKANT (21 years)
School: OSMANIA UNIVERSITY,HYDERABAD
Question: Respected President,Sir,Why is it that most of the students in our country aspire to become an engineer,doctor,lawyer,an IAS officer or wish to do other professional courses, but very few aspire to become a politician?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:40 IST.
Name: K.GOWTHAM (17 years)
School: NALANDA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
Question: IS IT TRUE THAT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HAS A LIFE IN FUTURE


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:40 IST.
Name: D.V.R.SRIKANT (21 years)
School: OSMANIA UNIVERSITY,HYDERABAD
Question: Respected President,Sir,Why is it that most of the students in our country aspire to become an engineer,doctor,lawyer,an IAS officer or wish to do other professional courses, but very few aspire to become a politician?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:39 IST.
Name: nehan maryam (15 years)
School: indian school of bahrain
Question: i've noticed that in hindi(state level A.P.)the literature's full of anti muslim essence.wonder why is that??how come they drag religion into the books that we study and at the time ask us to be united???


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:38 IST.
Name: N.Rathna bala (18 years)
School: cavury collegefor women-TRICHY-18
Question: how to become an indian and make others to be an indian?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:37 IST.
Name: saradha karthikeyan (25 years)
School: MK University
Question: iam dreaming of india where we all are educated, having a sofisticated and peaceful life, no corruption, no bomb blast, high technology, good and clean country, no poverty, with thani manitha olukam.. list goes on. Is it possible by 2020?? what effective measures we can take to achieve this


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:36 IST.
Name: krish (20 years)
School: aligarh muslim universty,Aligarh
Question: respected sir, Good evening.Sir i want to ase you a question plz tell me how A.M.U.save his minority status plz sir.If u r able to help in this matter plz help


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:36 IST.
Name: akhilsuhag (18 years)
School: ai jat college rohtak
Question: sir i wanna ask u what do u think about imposing president's rule in state like bihar? i also wanna ask u was mr. buta singh performing his duty rightly?if not then why u didnot call him back


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: shyam (25 years)
School: Oracle
Question: who is GOD and what is religion?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: kailas nath (21 years)
School: EVP Engineering college
Question: Dear sir, I am B.E Mechanical passed out and I got a job in singapore, but I would like to work for india, if I do my higher studies, will that help me to fulfill my dream of working for india.If I do MBA afterwards in which way it will be helpful for the nation. Please help me sir.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:34 IST.
Name: subhrajit Dey (15 years)
School: Arya Vidya Mandir school,Kolkata
Question: I am a student of Arya Vidya Mandir School,Kolkata Class -XI Standard. Kindly inform me the answer what is the reason for success in future life.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:34 IST.
Name: SHEKHAR SONI (25 years)
School: NTO STUDYING
Question: I WISH YOU ALL THE EBST FOR YOUR VISIT TO TODGARH(RAJASTHAN), HOPE YOU ARE IN YOUR BEST OF THE HEALTH .


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:33 IST.
Name: Gaurav Sharma (16 years)
School: National Open School
Question: sir, i am 16 years old student. i am interested in indian army but i can't afford my study with money.can u help me?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:33 IST.
Name: Sojjwal S. Kelkar (17 years)
School: BITS-Pilani, Goa campus
Question: Respected sir, in your opinion which of the following is the better investment for India: (a)Chandrayaan I (b)Pradhanmantri Gram Sadak Yojana (c)buying foriegn weapons (d)some employment policy.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:33 IST.
Name: Lakshmikanth (25 years)
School: National Institute of Industrial Engineering,Mumbai.
Question: Sir, What is your openion on Hydrogen energy as a solution for India's Energy dpendence.As you mentioned in Independence Day message, Energy Indpendence is most important criteria. Many researchers around the globe view hydrogen as a substitute for petroleum energy.But hydrogen has advantages as well as disadvantages (in safety issues). To implement hydrogen energy based infrastructure we need to invest millions of money and time on projects, where they may take more than 10 years to complete. Do you think its time for India to take up these projects or still we needed to wait and watch?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:32 IST.
Name: akhil suhag (18 years)
School: a.i.jat college rohtak
Question: sir i wanna ask how a young science student can become a isro scientist


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: akhil suhag (18 years)
School: a.i.jat college rohtak
Question: sir i wanna ask how a young science student can become a isro scientist


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Ramprashad Prabhakaran (25 years)
School: University of Idaho
Question: Honourable President, many nations including India is facing energy crisis. It appears that the Nuclear Energy would be one of the most reliable sources of energy. However, in India, we don't have many universities that offer formal Nuclear Engineering degree. Do you think that we need to introduce it ? Thanks, Ramprashad.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Sriram Govindarajan (18 years)
School: Monash University,Malaysia
Question: Dear Sir, Everyone today compare India Vs China. The edge of India's English speaking capability will be soon nullified by China. What areas you feel that India focus on to surpass China in the next 10 years' time?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Pranjal Srivastava (6 years)
School: cambridge school, Mumbai
Question: What is your daily routine? How can I become a gerat scientist?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:30 IST.
Name: Mr.Retheesh Rajan (17 years)
School: Wisdom - Dubai
Question: Dear Mr. President On this occasion I would like to ask you that what will be the subject which you don’t want to dream about our nation.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:30 IST.
Name: shiras (25 years)
School: Dept.of computer science,Calicut University Campus
Question: what is your openion about the cutting the tree in the calicut university campus, during your visit


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:30 IST.
Name: pranav phatak (21 years)
School: walchand college of engineering
Question: what u look for from engineering students :job in IT field or something else which is more constructive?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:30 IST.
Name: hasini (25 years)
School: JNTU
Question: let me please know What kind of personlaity is required to succeed in the life


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Balaji (12 years)
School: National Model Matriculation S chool, Coimbatore.
Question: Sir, Eventhough so much of awareness has been created to stop child labour, we still see in lot of hotels and workshops where boys are emplyed for cleaning and other works. What can we do to eradicate child labour?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Lohit Reddy (8 years)
School: Lankaster public school Mississauga, Canada L4T2N7
Question: Mr.President what in your opinion is the main vision for children who think of global village.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Rishbah Awasthi (12 years)
School: St. Thomas Sr. Sec, School, Ludhiana
Question: Respected Uncle, Please try to make our school bags that much light so that we could take them easily to school. Please try to make study pattern more easy. Thanks a lot. Rishabh


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Paresh Khandelwal (23 years)
School: Sipna's College of Engineering & technology, Amravati
Question: Dont you think that after becoming the president your contribution in the field of research & science has been diverted?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:28 IST.
Name: Bhavin N Patel (15 years)
School: Sheth T J High School
Question: How does India will Super-Power in Corrupted Environment?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:28 IST.
Name: Mr.Retheesh Rajan (17 years)
School: Wisdom - Dubai
Question: Dear Mr. President On this occasion I would like to ask you that what will be the subject which you don’t want to dream about our nation.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:28 IST.
Name: mayur shah (21 years)
School: sangamner college , sangamner
Question: respected kalam sir, sir why should we alwayz help to pakistan when he alwayz promote terrorism in india? why we dont think about indian democracy n devlopement, indians emotions...? how we handle terrorism in india?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:27 IST.
Name: Mahak Sachdeva (10 years)
School: Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi-110 009
Question: Dear President, We all Love you a lot. How to meet you. I would like to meet you along with my younger brother Maanav and cousins Rashi, Arushi and Suchika. I hope today you won't disappoint us. with love Mahak


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:27 IST.
Name: kamalesh Vasudeva (25 years)
School: PES College of Engineering, Mandya
Question: Respected Sir, I should admit, I'm not a student. But I consider myself as a student in the class you are running in India (Subject: India. A developed Nation). Kindly help India fight the corruption and help retired Justice Venkatachala (Lokayukta chief in Karnataka) to put the guilty behind bars. Due to political backup it's agnising to see that a retired Justice is STRUGGLING to get the guilty punished. I have put this request in order to secure the future (Children) of this great country, India. Thanking you Your's obediently Kamalesh V


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:24 IST.
Name: karthik (25 years)
School: SASTRA
Question: 1. What is the use of having a space mission to moon, cant the scientific community address the needs of a common man ? 2.will the BPO and call center boom burst. If after 5 years if the MNC are not interested arent we endangering our youths career, and would we not have a BIG unemployement crisis. whoever comes out will have niche to satisfy customer but no stuff to take to new profession . How would u address this issue ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: Samarpita Mukherjee (21 years)
School: ICFAI University, Hydearbad - DIstance Learning
Question: Sir, I would like to serve my nation but with my little qualification i dont know how to do the same.i am pursuing my post graduation in Management presently.... and would seriously love to get into the field and contribute towards WOmen upliftment and child development...... Please suggest me how to contribute.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: Maruthi (25 years)
School: DR.B.R.Ambedkar college
Question: do you think India will be a developed nation by 2020 as corruption and bad leading are growing in numbers


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: Harish Kumar (25 years)
School: Punjab Technical Univ.
Question: Dear Sir, " What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses ? , How would you describe yourself?, What has given you most satisfaction in life so far? ,What is your definition of success?, How do you perform under pressure?, Tell me about the biggest problem you've has to face in life. How did you overcome it?, We all make mistakes in life. What have you learned form yours? and What us your ideal woking environment? " Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru was a great man. I love you, please guide me


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: kannan (18 years)
School: working proff.
Question: Sir, The educated youth are leaving India to explore greener pastures overseas. A few are staying back to face and fight the odds. Sir, What is your view on this. HOw does the youth of today reconcile the attraction of the excellent quality of life offered overseas vis a vis a love of his motherland and a sense of frustration at being unable to make a difference.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: prasun rachamalla (23 years)
School: dsu
Question: Hi Dr.Kalam, How do you manage time?is there any secret to manage time?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: aakanksha (17 years)
School: IMS.ENG.
Question: respected sir goodmorning! i am a electrical eng.student. tell the scope of our brench ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: Piyush kotamraju (11 years)
School: Pallavi Model school
Question: What stepscan we take tomake technology cheaper and more available to people who are poor


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: Anand (15 years)
School: Salwan Public school
Question: Sir, i respect u a lot for your genius. i wish to put one question to you. why we don't have a uniform syllabus all over india, may be cbse, or icse? why do students of different states study differently? i think if we have a uniform curriculum it will reduce many problems related to higher education. Thank you, Yours faithfully, Anand


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: parth srivastava (10 years)
School: cambridge school, kandivali(e), Mumbai
Question: In our Social studies subject, why we are taught that Hindus go to temple, Muslims go to mosque, christians to church and sikhs to gurudwara? Why can't we go to all places of worship when all religions tell the same thing?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: Dr.Subhrojyoti bhowmick (25 years)
School: R.G.Kar Medical College
Question: Sir,Happy Children Day 2005.Hon'ble Sir, you are the Enblem of Knowledge/Truth for us in India-But ,Sir,Why in India there is so much of corruption in general and in Education itself it is polluted by the so-called Degree holders who make their target as Money and not Morality-The Education system and the Medical Education system is to demoralise junior doctors radarless as admission to PG education in all colleges in India has alsoturned into a business-we want your interference in this system to make it more ystematic-I am a would be PG student in Medicine but in spite of my utmost efforts it is difficult to get a berth due to faulty PG entrance test all over INdia-please advise ,Sir-Regards


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: subhashree santhya (14 years)
School: school {stanes}
Question: Respected sir, i am a student of 10 std .i want to bring to your kind notice about mental retarted children's research at anna university with your guidence In usa DR RASHID KUTAR found out the reason for AUTISON DISORDER due to the presence of MERCURY in the body ,it is due to HYPEPITIE VACCINE in child birth.he cured them using CHELATION THERAPY . sir IF YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS ,in india in schools there is no scientific infrastructure. so i would like to say that my COUSIN is also suffering from this.so i am interested in seeing you with my cousin about the disorder..


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:22 IST.
Name: Samarpita Mukherjee (21 years)
School: ICFAI University, Hydearbad - DIstance Learning
Question: Sir, I would like to serve my nation but with my little qualification i dont know how to do the same.i am pursuing my post graduation in Management presently.... and would seriously love to get into the field and contribute towards WOmen upliftment and child development......


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: ARVIND RAVI (23 years)
School: UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Question: Dearest Kalam, I would like to introduce myself as a student who has come to Australia to do my Masters Degree. My humble view of what education should do is: Education makes one open-minded and opens up the reasoning power to new ideas and thoughts. In a nutshell, I feel that good education provides reasoning power of why (A+B)^2 = A^2 + B^2 + 2A*B rather than knowing only the formula. My question to you is: Even though, India is making rapid strides in Education and Technology, One is always lured to abroad education because of its ability to provide reasoning power, versatileness, International Accreditation, etc..etc. I don’t blame Indian universities. I am a person who believes that Indian Education providers are in no way inferior and our IIT’s and IIM’s are equally good as Stanford or Oxford universities.. My focus is basically on the Universities, which just provide bookish knowledge encouraging just memorising. (Basically where the average students or middle class fall into.) I do not wish to mention the names but I assure you that the list is quite big. This practise of memorising starts from school days where one is forced to switch to state board from CBSE, just for the sake of gaining admission into better universities. I know that this issue is not going to be solved in a day or two. The objective is not globalising our education pattern but to rather continuously monitor the standards of each university on a regular basis and encourage universities to have innovative and creative methods of teaching. What are your thoughts on our education system (Exclude IIT's and IIM's, My question focuses only on the regular universities and state-board schools)? How can we contribute to the upgrade of syllabus standards and promote innovative teaching methods which promote creativity, Rather than memorization or mugging practises? What have we learnt from the west? How many people from the US (Citizens) come to India for a PG or a Bachelors degree? Is this ratio equal to the number going from India(Citizens) to the US? If not why is it so? My intention in these questions are due to the best interests I have for my dear india and not to actually criticise any organization. Do let me know about your opinion. With love, Arvind Ravi


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: K. Nizamudeen (14 years)
School: Brother Hood matriculation Hr. Sec., School
Question: Dear Kalam Sir, I have studied that everything in the world is made of atom, and also human is made of Atom, how is it possible to accept that human is made of atom?, pls explain on this concept, Thanking You, K. Nizamudeen.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: Dharmendra Sisodia (15 years)
School: S.B.Inter Collage Kalulanda Ghaziabad
Question: Dear President Sir, What is the diference between 1905 & 2005 goverment


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: Dr.Subhrojyoti bhowmick (25 years)
School: R.G.Kar Medical College
Question: Sir,Happy Children Day 2005.Hon'ble Sir, you are the Enblem of Knowledge/Truth for us in India-But ,Sir,Why in India there is so much of corruption in general and in Education itself it is polluted by the so-called Degree holders who make their target as Money and not Morality-The Education system and the Medical Education system is to demoralise junior doctors radarless as admission to PG education in all colleges in India has alsoturned into a business-we want your interference in this system to make it more ystematic-I am a would be PG student in Medicine but in spite of my utmost efforts it is difficult to get a berth due to faulty PG entrance test all over INdia-please advise ,Sir-Regards


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:20 IST.
Name: budhiman dutta (20 years)
School: Tezpur university,Assam
Question: Sir, Do you think that India will become developed nation by 2020. If you ask me, then I would say NO. Because- *1. Do you think that by 2020 women will get equal right as men. *2. Do you think that by 2020 all social evils will get eliminated. *3. Do you think that by 2020 Indian politics will become free of corruption,etc. *4. Do you think that all the child whom you meet become free from all kinds of ill things. *5.Do you think that by 2020 all the militant groups, naxalites ,etc. will surrender. *6.Do you that you have enough time to do all the work you thought to do. *7.HAVE YOU EVER ASKED THE YOUNGER GENERATION WHAT WE ESPECT OF YOU. Certainly not. Then what kind of development you are talking about. Sir, we students have very high respect for you .We want you to do more. Something that will certainly change the fate of our country. JUST LIKE MANGLE PANDEY BROUGHT REVOLUTION FOR FREEDOM, WE WANT YOU TO LIGHT THE SPARK THAT WILL LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR COUNTRY.ON MY PART I ASSURE YOU THAT I WILL GIVE MY SHOULDER FOR THE JOURNEY of THAT SPARK.WE JUST WANT THE FIRM RIGHT DIRECTION.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:20 IST.
Name: Ashish Bhatia (25 years)
School: ITS
Question: Sir, It's a great opportunity through rediff.com to act as a platform between us and our president, Sir I would like to ask your opinion and suggestions for today's youth so as to enable in building India a better place to live. Thanks


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:19 IST.
Name: Ashish Bhatia (25 years)
School: ITS
Question: Sir, It's a great opportunity through rediff.com to act as a platform between us and our president, Sir I would like to ask your opinion and suggestions for today's youth so as to enable in building India a better place to live. Thanks


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:19 IST.
Name: Richa Paul (7 years)
School: DPS Rohini
Question: Do you see India as a developed country by 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:18 IST.
Name: avinash jha (16 years)
School: SLIET
Question: what wil be the future of india om seeing todays conditions.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: aakanksha (17 years)
School: IMS.ENG.
Question: HOW ARE YOU SIR?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: Niraj Kumar (25 years)
School: IIITMK
Question: Honorable President Sir, If all citizens are equal before the law, why it is that when parliament is attacked there is so much reaction from the state administration, while so many people get killed everyday in Diasters, terrorist and naxal attacks and state is mare mute spectator, while probably lakhs of our forces and Humane resources are just wasted in the name of VIP securities


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: Gopalkrishna (25 years)
School: University of Agricultural Science Dharwad
Question: I think main problem in India is corruption and there are somany political parties, so if one party oppose then another party gives support there fore we can never stop corruption as the basic system is corrupted so i want to ask to the president whether you canot put Military rule in India for some 5 to 10 years so that no party people can do any corrpution and then remove all the corrupted officers from the base without any mercy and then rebuild new every thing new with only one rule and who ever oppose the rules just punsih them severly without any mercy then we can really dream of a developed and peacefull India which is mydream.When i see other country and our India, only difference why Indians when go to other country follow there rules in other country but not in India is mainly because in other countires the rules are strict and if you donot obay then they will punish but that is not the case in India we have more freedom to do any thing so the people expect Governement to clean the shit done by there Dog. I donot know when i can see Such a wonderful India where no irresponisble citizens are there and these useless political parties stop corruption and think about India.At last i want to ask only one thing to Respected president can you put military rule in India for atleast 5 years sending all these political parties to home.Just ban all these political parties.Please help me to rebuild India from the Base.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: R.Mookambika (21 years)
School: ICSI, Bangalore
Question: sir,the main menace in India is bribery, because of which social problems like poverty, unemployment.etc are not decreasing at a rapid speed.Even when persons like venkatachaliah takes some measures to curb this,other than people's support, there is no proper support from higher levels because of bureaucacy and politics. Sir,how do you think your presidential powers can be used to curb this menace?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: K.M.Madhu Varshinee (6 years)
School: Kids Club MAtriculation School,Tirupur
Question: Sir, How and when will corruption end in India?With this corruption rate,is it still possible to be a developed nation in 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: kapil garg (25 years)
School: bbdiit engg. college
Question: How become India to be a super power


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:16 IST.
Name: Shruti Thomas (18 years)
School: St.Andhrew's College,Mumbai
Question: I often think as a child what I can do for the children's education in remote areas where people even don't get basic education? If anything I would like to be a part of it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:16 IST.
Name: Sukhjinder singh (23 years)
School: delhi University
Question: sir i am really honoured by getting an opportunity to ask question to u . sir my question is like what is our growth what we are doing being an indian & wut is our target & wut we are doing to acheive it ? i had researched on european country wut they r doing like govt is feeding childrens & olders but their economy is boosted by all youngers in the form of taxes , just bcoz they are having very good infrastructure their education system is very advanced than ours they have all of the resources but not having hard working people like Indians so wut is going on youth of india takes their education in india and go to abroad & settle there , They need ready made people so India is the best place for them where they get students who settled there & becomes the part of their GDP , where as in India , they took all of their education from here when the time comes to help in incresing the national income of our country they leave india , take an example many of the inventions took place in america we are just followers inventions like , cisco gadgets ,digital devices ,microsoft'soperating system (windows),Intel microchips etc & irony is this all of the Indians are working in all leading positions there who are a a part of these innovations , then the question arises why we are so behind why we cant grow like america ??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:16 IST.
Name: Nagesh (16 years)
School: Swami Vivekanand
Question: Should we be allowed to watch TV and if for how many hours ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:15 IST.
Name: G.KARTHICK (24 years)
School: Passed out in 2002 from Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur
Question: My Dear Mr.Abdul Kalam, Greetings Mr.President. It is a great blessing to have you, as our President, the Guiding light for a Glorious Future for Every Indian, especially for the younger generation by giving us a mission and a vision to work on. I take this opportunity to tell you that the vision you had set for India by 2020 will indeed become a reality & I will do my part in it. I am a Marine Engineer by profession. I gave up my dollar paying job and now working on to promote cultivation of herbs amongst farmers and Export them to the international market. I believe that by this farmers would earn higher income,thus improving their lifestyle. Also by exporting them I would be able to earn Foreign Exchange for my Country. Nothing could motivate an entrepreneur like me better than the wishes & the guidance from the visonary himself on how I should go about further , in achieving my passion & India's dream. Love You, G.Karthick


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:15 IST.
Name: Vineet Agrawal (23 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Sir, It is often felt that Indian students are good at theoritical studies. But we are not so good at applying what we studied to practical problem and to be innovative. How can we change our curriculum to make our students apply the therotical knowledge to innovate and design new products to help practial problems?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:15 IST.
Name: Ramya (25 years)
School: Madurai Kamaraj University
Question: Respected President, In many Islamic countries the rules are strict and the punishments are cruel. Therefore their crime rate is very low so do their literacy rate whereas in India the crime rate is high so do our Literacy rate. How to lower the crime rate and propel the literacy rate? Also, the imposition of Hindi as National Language is not serving its purpose as our States are divided on linguistic basis. It may affect our growth globally. Your Views on this Sir. Thanking you.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:14 IST.
Name: debajit adhikary (25 years)
School: Western International University
Question: How could we make India a better place?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:14 IST.
Name: Jyotshna Mandal (25 years)
School: Bose Institute
Question: Dear President, Why aren't there enough research opertunities in our country that scientists have to leave their nation for a secure future?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:14 IST.
Name: Vivek Patel (15 years)
School: Vanskui Government School
Question: Dear Mr. President, I am in class X. I am worried about my future carrier. I am not good at Maths and Science, but I know I am a smart boy. I think I will get only passing marks in X. Regular career paths of CA, Doctor, engineer I will not get admission. I live in a small village in Gujarat(Karchelia, Dist. Surat), and we have no guidance for vocational studies. Many boys in my village do BA and then become jeep-drivers for a living. I don't want to do that. What is your advice?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:13 IST.
Name: Sukhjinder singh (23 years)
School: delhi University
Question: sir i am really honoured by getting an opportunity to ask question to u . sir my question is like what is our growth what we are doing being an indian & wut is our target & wut we are doing to acheive it ? i had researched on european country wut they r doing like govt is feeding childrens & olders but their economy is boosted by all youngers in the form of taxes , just bcoz they are having very good infrastructure their education system is very advanced than ours they have all of the resources but not having hard working people like Indians so wut is going on youth of india takes their education in india and go to abroad & settle there , They need ready made people so India is the best place for them where they get students who settled there & becomes the part of their GDP , where as in India , they took all of their education from here when the time comes to help in incresing the national income of our country they leave india , take an example many of the inventions took place in america we are just followers inventions like , cisco gadgets ,digital devices ,microsoft'soperating system (windows),Intel microchips etc & irony is this all of the Indians are working in all leading positions there who are a a part of these innovations , then the question arises why we are so behind why we cant grow like japan ??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:13 IST.
Name: Simar Singh (11 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sainik Vihar, Delhi
Question: Hon'ble President, Is it feasible to have a seperate stream of sports from Standard 1st till graduation level. i.e. Sports schools and universities whereby only sports related studies shall be carried out? With Regards, Simar Singh


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Vineet Agrawal (23 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Sir, It is often felt that Indian students are good at theoritical studies. But we are not so good at applying what we studied to practical problem and to be innovative. How can we change our curriculum to make our students apply the therotical knowledge to innovate and design new products to help practial problems?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Anshuman Mehta (23 years)
School: IT-BHU
Question: It gives us great pride to have you as the persident and mr. manmohan singh as the pm of India. But dont you think it requires real momentum of gigantic proportions to bring about a change in the collective consciousness of the people of India ? It is right that education can enlighten the mind of the millions who make the next generation , but what about this generation ? How can the blind belief be replaced by a sense of duty and action ? For most of us/them its nonsense. Your take ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: usha (20 years)
School: mcc
Question: What are the 3 most imp. things educated youth can do so that we realise the vision of living in a developed India.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Soumya Nayak (24 years)
School: Software Engineer, Accenture India, Bangalore
Question: Sir, I'd like to contribute to the childrens fund if there's a President's fund.I seriously doubt any other fund's authenticity. However, i would really like to do something for the 'not so lucky' children of India.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Bhargava Sawant (25 years)
School: Working
Question: Mr.President, Why cant we have a eductaed peoples in Politics? Why cant we make law where candidates with criminal records cant participate in politics. If you see most of the politicians are having such background but still they ruling the country? cant you do somthing on this to make the politics gentelmen ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Maktub (25 years)
School: A small Indian School
Question: Dear Sir, If education has to become a basic need then why the state is not owning it? So many private players are making a businees out of students future! I sincerely feel that the basic eduction should be delivered free of cost to all no matter what their age is. Thankyou.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:11 IST.
Name: AMMAR TAYYAB (9 years)
School: Fairview International School, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Question: Honourable Sir, Q. No. 1. What do you think about the time limit when we have more educated society than uneducated one in India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:11 IST.
Name: Rohit Kaul (13 years)
School: Shri Guru Harkrishan School, Janak Puri, New Delhi
Question: Honorable Mr. President We find “Clean Delhi, Green Delhi” placing at the street light poles, flyovers and other places in Delhi. Do we are really living in Clean Delhi, Green Delhi. Delhi is a heart of our Country and over all it is our Capital of Our Country. We find garbage bin producing foul smell, animals freely moving, people easing at roads, splitting, throwing wrappers, bottles and other things while moving in the cars. Why we are not imposing strict rule? Why our Government is taking these issues so leniently? If it is impossible for government to look after these things, then why they are not enrolling some young and enthusiastic youngsters as a volunteer giving them right to stop peoples when ever they find some one breaking rules? If we start now then we will be able to cope it for future? Regards, Rohit


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: pavithra mohan (19 years)
School: meenakshi medical college.kanchipuram.india.
Question: how would you react if for something you have really work hard,but still the results arent your way.what would you do?to whom would you turn for encouragement?how do you overcone disappointments,if any,in life?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: Disha Mohanty (11 years)
School: St.Helena's School, Pune
Question: Telling truth is one of the easiest and simplest of things.But why do we find it hard to tell truth?How can we have a Nation of truth speakers?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: AMMAR TAYYAB (9 years)
School: Fairview International School
Question: Honourable Sir, Q. No. 1. What do you think about the time limit when we have more educated society than uneducated one in India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: Sanjeev Shukla (25 years)
School: IIT Roorkee
Question: Secularism is our grestest strength dont u thing this diversity is also our greatest weekness. History is full of evidence how our greatest strength has been used as our weekness by most.How do u think to counter the menace of fundamentalism??? Dont u think this single threat has the potential to disintigrate/split/divide our country, if not checked in time????


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: Sidharth Shyamsukha (22 years)
School: N.A.
Question: How can IT be used for rural Development?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: sandhya (9 years)
School: max muller high school, sandhya.m, 3rd B, KHB COLONY, BASAVESWARANAGAR,BANGALORE-560079
Question: how to succeed in studys-plz send mail regards sandhya.m 3rd B,MAX MULLER HIGH SCHOOL ,BANGALORE


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: SYED ANAS (10 years)
School: RMHS
Question: ASSALAMALIKUM/ GOOD MORNING. EID MUBARAK/ HAPPY CHILDRENS DAY. IT IS GREAT TO SEE OUR NATION IN GOOD SHAPE COMPARED TO PREVIOUS PERIODS AS WELL AS TO BECOME SUPERPOWER. WE SHOULD CONGRATULATE OURSELVES EACH AND EVERY1 OF US. HAVING SAID THIS, WHAT ARE THE MEASURES TAKEN TO PREVENT US FROM UNFORTUNATE INCIDENTS IN OUR NATION BECOMING BETTER AND BETTER LEADING TO SUPERPOWER (INCIDENTS LIKE POVERTY, CORRUPT POLITICIANS, WEAK LEGAL SYSTEM, WATER PROBLEMS, WARS, COMMUNAL RIOTS, ETC). LASTLY WE'LL PRAY THE ALMIGHTY TO AVERT THIS KIND OF UNFORTUNATE INCIDENTS - AAMEEN. SORRY FOR ASKING SUCH QUESTION ON THIS DAY BUT IT IS FOR OUR GOOD FUTURE OF THE PRESENT CHILDREN. HAPPY CHILDRENS DAY TO ALL. BEST REGARDS - SYED ANAS.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: Saumya Agarwal (18 years)
School: St. Paul's Academy
Question: Dear Sir, Which contributes more to success?Creativity or diligence? How to be creative?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:8 IST.
Name: jitesh bhandari (23 years)
School: Nagda Govt .College
Question: What reforms should be done to develop big knowledge bank and high values in the society.. and inc awareness about prosperity for the country


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:8 IST.
Name: K.Vaishnavi (24 years)
School: Indian Institute Of management- Calcutta
Question: Honourable Sir, I am currently studying at IIM-CaLcutta. I did my engineering from a state government run college. I take great pride in the fact that this institution accepts students solely on the basis of merit. Set up by one of the greatest engineers that India has ever produced, Sir.M.Visveswaraiah,it also has the proud distinction of being the alma-mater of some of the most successful people at Silicon Valley. But , over the years, there has been a perceivable decline in its standing vis-a- vis other engineering colleges in the state, in terms of exposure, opportunities, technical infrastructure and to some extent the quality of education.I am sure this is not an isolated case, but is noticeable across many other such institutions. In my opinion, we owe it to the great minds who set up such institutions to take their dreams and visions forward. I also feel that the solution process should not end with the allocation of funds. There should be assistance provided in terms of planning out the management of these funds over a period of time, with definite pre-defined targets to achieve. There should be a task force or a committee endowed with sufficient powers to implement this process across such institutions. Do you think it is possible to reinstate these institutions back to top positions which they rightly deserve?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:7 IST.
Name: PRATIK KARIA (14 years)
School: SWAMINARAYAN GURUKUL
Question: SIR:WHY I AND MY FOOTBALL TEAM ARE NOT WINNIG ANY MATCH BCOZ OF DOING LOT OF PRACTICE?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:6 IST.
Name: Sudeep Roy (25 years)
School: M B M Engineering College
Question: Though I am no longer a student, still want to avail of this oppurtunity. India is going through a unique period since independence because the President and the Prime Minister both are from a non-political background. In what positive way can this change affect the future of the country?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:6 IST.
Name: Ankit Hirdesh (22 years)
School: Aligarh Muslim University
Question: What do you think is India biggest problem: Is it corruption, crime, communalism, population, illiteracy or unemployment?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:5 IST.
Name: V. SANDEEP (15 years)
School: RATNA COLLEGE, HYDERABAD
Question: Respected Rashtrapathi ji, i am studying XI class in Hyderabad. My ambition is to develop as a technocrat in IITs', which our country had. Therefore, i am preparing for the entrance test, which is conducted in 2007. Now, i am in dilema about the pattern of exam. The authorities should think before changing the pattern of exam, which suffers many students. If the system want to change then they should slowly inject the new things in to the system. you are most aware of these technologies and education system, so please suggest the concerned about the new pattern of IIT entrance test, 2007. Thanking you sir, V. Sandeep, Hyderabad


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:5 IST.
Name: Mrugesh Gajjar (24 years)
School: Indian Institute of Science
Question: Respected Sir, Why Intellectual Indian Youth is frightened to enter politics? Sir, dont you think there is need for many more 'kalam's to enter active politics? In your opinion, what can we do for this? Sincerely, Mrugesh


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:5 IST.
Name: MURALI DVS (25 years)
School: MADURAI KAMRAJ UNIVERSITY
Question: why cannot we make india more string in technology as us and europe and reduce the unemployement ratio and proivde free education ?????


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:5 IST.
Name: Dinesh Prasanth S H (13 years)
School: Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur
Question: Dear Dr. Kalamji, I am Dinesh Prasanth (of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur) and would like to ask few questions: (1) what is your plans for modern/developed India (w.r.to your vision of India) (2) How to erradicate terrorism in India (3) Your views/opinion about Pakistan (4) What is your advise for Students like me Kindly answer my questions.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:4 IST.
Name: Shruti Mohan (18 years)
School: Carmel Convent Sr.Sec. School, Bhopal
Question: Why our government schools are not being made at par with the private schools so that economically less unfortunate students get excellent schools and school education?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:4 IST.
Name: HARA PRASAD RAUT (16 years)
School: +2 Science, Khallikote Junior (Autonomous) College, Berhampur-760001, ORISSA.
Question: Sir, To be a wholly democratic and successful replubic, we should be fully developed in every sphere of life and for this there should be total transperancy in the functioning of a government. So, how can we have total transperancy to make India great for which we can be proud of. Whenever I go through the rankings of TRANSPERANCY INTERNATIONAL, I feel little bit hesitant to call myself a PROUD INDIAN.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:4 IST.
Name: Nehaarikaa (6 years)
School: St Johns Chennai
Question: How can we develop a corruption free India? How to inculcate non corruption into the minds of the children like us?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:3 IST.
Name: Dinesh Prasanth S H (13 years)
School: Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur
Question: Dear Dr. Kalamji, I am Dinesh Prasanth (of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur) and would like to ask few questions: (1) what is your plans for modern/developed India (w.r.to your vision of India) (2) How to erradicate terrorism in India (3) Your views/opinion about Pakistan (4) What is your advise for Students like me Kindly answer my questions.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:3 IST.
Name: Shravan Mohan (18 years)
School: IIT, Chennai
Question: Why we do not have a uniform academic system instead of having various central boards and state boards so that there is no confusion in the minds of students and their parents?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:2 IST.
Name: Subhash Chandra Bharti (25 years)
School: City College, Bokaro Steel City
Question: sir, i belongs to bihar. this state has enormous potential for agricultural product, but becuse of lack of information, equipment and literasy we are not able to produce upto the mark. i am a simple boy. how can i play my role to make our nation super power?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:2 IST.
Name: Seassan Hashmi (21 years)
School: Deakin University, Melbourne
Question: Sir, How can advanced technologies like Internet be used to modernise rural India and improve lives of millions of Indians living in remote areas? Also how and when can India truly prosper to become a major developed economy.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Yogi Tripathi (23 years)
School: Should have been at UNSW
Question: Respected Sir, I am a bright mechanical engineering graduate who wishes to join the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia for higher studies in the fields of Photovoltaic Solar Engineering. My ultimate objective towards pursuing these studies is to dedicate myself towards the development of solar energy in India. However, my financial condition does not allow me to pursue the same. All my efforts seeking financial over the past year have not yielded any results. Mr President please lend me a ear. I need only 5 mins. My no is 09313422424.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Dharmendra Sisodia (15 years)
School: S.B.Inter Collage Kalulanda Ghaziabad
Question: Dear President Sir, What is the diference between 1905 & 2005 goverment


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: HARA PRASAD RAUT (16 years)
School: +2 Science, Khallikote Junior (Autonomous) College, Berhampur-760001, ORISSA.
Question: Sir, To be a wholly democratic and successful replubic, we should be fully developed in every sphere of life and for this there should be total transperancy in the functioning of a government. So, how can we have total transperancy to make India great for which we can be proud of. Whenever I go through the rankings of TRANSPERANCY INTERNATIONAL, I feel little bit hesitant to call myself a PROUD INDIAN.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Dharmendra Sisodia (15 years)
School: S.B.Inter Collage Kalulanda Ghaziabad
Question: Dear President Sir, What is the diference between 1905 & 2005 goverment


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Mayuresh Y Oka (23 years)
School: Thane Law College
Question: Respected Sir, Myself being an LAW student What can be done with our LAW system. We all are aware of OUR India not honest towards delivering Justice to Citizens. Many Questions are Unanswered. Wots the right solution? How can we make our country the safest, and an IDOL one?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Abasaheb Ransing (22 years)
School: Mugutrao Sahebrao Kakade College, Someshwarnagar Baramati.
Question: Dear Sir, Is it necessory to expend lot of money on Atom Research and space technology instead of to solve the problem of poverty and Agriculture the base of Indian Economy?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 11:0 IST.
Name: dhruti patel (10 years)
School: st. fransis school vapi
Question: sir, how can i progress to india top in world?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:59 IST.
Name: Prathyusha Kotamraju (16 years)
School: Little Flower Junior College
Question: Sir, I would like to knowmoreabout Judicial activism and the steps that need to be taken so as to make timely justice available to the poorer sections of the society


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:59 IST.
Name: Nagabushana Naidu (25 years)
School: University of Agricultural Science Dharwad
Question: I have been selected to china to continue for my studies(PhD in biotechnology, for working on Rice) but they are not giving the airfare to go to China but Chinese government will give me scholarship to study and i am from a middle class family so i donot know how i can go to china , it is my future question but i need atleast 50 to 60000 rupees for air fare which i canot afford right now so i want to ask presidents help in this regard, if he can help me i will be verymuch great ful to him


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:58 IST.
Name: Naren Rajiv Bakshi (8 years)
School: St. Xaviers, Gandhinagar
Question: How do you handle the responsibility of being a President of India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:57 IST.
Name: R..Narayanan (15 years)
School: Chennai
Question: Dear President, Why do we have so many boards and systems of Education in our country? When there is a RIGHT FOR EDUCATION for every one, why not we have a single uniform education system for the entire nation in place of CBSE, ICSE, Matric, state boards etc etc??. Won't this help in eradicating a divide in terms of quality education a student get?? As an academician, can you initiate a discussion for this among intellectuals and policy makers of our country??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:56 IST.
Name: Shivashankar (25 years)
School: Anna University
Question: Dear Sir, Why is that the Indians mentality of setting things right at the lat moment is not changing ? for eg- the recent rains in Mumbai and the later in chennai created water logging in a lot of places, thus disabling the people move around. The major case for this was found to be the use of plastics. Why is that the GOVT is not tking strict actions on these lines.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:56 IST.
Name: arjun (25 years)
School: india
Question: i am a 29yrs old from coimbatore.my question :: why is india still having basic infrastructural problems?you are talking about vision 2020..but will we see a better india with the current set up??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:55 IST.
Name: saurabh mahajan (21 years)
School: nsit delhi
Question: which of your roles,was more challenging being the President or scientist


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:55 IST.
Name: Dhanya p Stuvart (19 years)
School: Iqbal College, Trivanadrum
Question: Is it possible for us to have a surveillance satellite over a city to find road accidents, and nab criminals. Is VSSC has the capability to launch one?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:55 IST.
Name: Gaurab Sengupta (21 years)
School: Xavier Institute of Management
Question: Honourable Sir, Like every other Indian, I too am very proud of the rapid strides our nation has been making in every field. However, I would like to know what you think of the fact that even in most of our top-notch educational institutions, learning by rote is rewarded, especially during admissions.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:55 IST.
Name: abdul (12 years)
School: st. patrick
Question: hi jaan


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:54 IST.
Name: Sophia (23 years)
School: College
Question: Is there any possibility to remove the poverty completely from India ? What are the steps sir you would like to take to do so and i am ready to put myself completely for this , but what all we want is India to be the developed country where there is no poverty? Sir what is ur advice for us regarding this, even though supporting different NGO is going on , Can we have a section in IT dept. in each state and that too work only with youngsters and volunteers so that we can do something just to destroy poverty totally from India


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:54 IST.
Name: shagun rishi (16 years)
School: springdale senior secondary , amritsarschool
Question: Sir , I scored 88% marks as a commerace student in 10th Standard and want to do wonders . I always study during last few months and loose my focus in earlier months . How should I increase my focus from day one and which field should I choose as my carrier ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:54 IST.
Name: Mr.V Ravi Krishna (16 years)
School: St. Fidelis College,Lucknow
Question: Sir, Inspite of such a heavy schedule,how do you find time to be with nature?I think every citizen of India should follow your footsteps and make every city pollution free.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:54 IST.
Name: Sino Kakkassery (16 years)
School: St. Thomas college HSS, Thrissur
Question: Dear President, How can we live in a developed India if more than 50% is still living below prverty line?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:54 IST.
Name: Raja Mahesh (14 years)
School: IPS,Kavali,Andhra Pradesh
Question: Who can save india from corruption?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: Ashik (22 years)
School: P.A College of Engineering
Question: Why Indians are very inteligent people thatn others?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: Dharmendra (15 years)
School: R.S.S.Inter Collage Bisahara G.B.Nagar
Question: sir President, what is the possiablity of two or three party roling in India


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: Mukul Sharma (25 years)
School: NA
Question: dear sir i have been struggling for getting job in any of the private sector or any of the govt. sector from last 2 years but i could not get it my question is to you is that what do you think education matters to grow or work experience in some good position is good thing to grow as i am 10+2 passout and due to somwe reasons could not study further and now you can understand sir very well.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: V.HARINI (11 years)
School: CHINMAYA VIDYALAYA
Question: Dear beloved President How can we children become god?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: preetham (20 years)
School: Roshni Nilaya
Question: Dear Sir, You being a Role model to us can please tell just one thing that you liked being a President of India and one thing as Scientist


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:53 IST.
Name: Ninad Parab (21 years)
School: D.J.Sanghvi College of Engineering
Question: What is your opinion about the exodus of creme of Indian students going abroad? How to stop this brain drain?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:52 IST.
Name: shilpa kurundkar (22 years)
School: Pune University
Question: Dear Sir, I am a software engineer, and I want to be part of your vision 2020 projects. How can I contribute ?? Thanks. Shilpa


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: Sophia (23 years)
School: College
Question: Is there any possibility to remove the poverty completely from India ? What are the steps sir you would like to take to do so and i am ready to put myself completely for this , but what all we want is India to be the developed country where there is no poverty? Sir what is ur advice for us regarding this, even though supporting different NGO is going on , Can we have a section in IT dept. in each state and that too work only with youngsters and volunteers so that we can do something just to destroy poverty totally from India


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: Nitin Narain (23 years)
School: St.Stephen's College
Question: Would you still support a LNG pipe line through Pakistan despite the recent terror attacks in delhi??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:50 IST.
Name: Rathan Singh (24 years)
School: Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open University
Question: Sir, I always admire your dreams and think that by when can we make the dream of the first citizen of India a reality. And as a citizen what is expected out of me/individual, i am ready to deliver. You are our mentor sir. And your words in reply will be always remembered and followed. With due regards and respect. Rathan Singh R.T.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:50 IST.
Name: kaleem pasha (21 years)
School: National Pre Univercity College
Question: Hello Sir, This is kaleem pasha from karnataka, just i want to ask sir i also want to do something special for my country will u please guide me how can i do, becouse i am here living in samll city,


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:50 IST.
Name: faiz ilahi kothari (12 years)
School: carmal convent school,ujjain (mp)
Question: I HAVE GOT TWO QUESTIONS: 1. WHAT ARE MAN MADE MINERALS? 2. WHY PEOPLE OF INDIA RUN AFTER CHEAP IMPORTED THINGS, WHEN INDIANS THEMSELVES PRODUCE THE BEST QUALITY PRODUCTS? SIR, YOU HAVE GOT SOME SOLUTION?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: Shobhit Bhatia (21 years)
School: IndSearch , Pune
Question: Good Morning Sir, I wanted to ask this question that " What advice do you have for the fast changing generation of India"


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: Nagarajan (25 years)
School: University of Madras
Question: Hello Sir, we really proud to have you as a first citizen of India.I want to acheive more in my specilsation.But in our country it is very difficult for me because whereever I go lot of corruptions,even they arenot giving proper response for the youths.Give me your suggestion how can I live in this Country.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: Tetali Sahiti (6 years)
School: Rosary Convent High School, Hyderabad
Question: Why so many subjects and books at my age?Why can't I be first educated on value education and our culture ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: Sangram K S (22 years)
School: BITS Pilani
Question: Dear President Sir, How I as an individual can contribute to make India a Super Power by 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:48 IST.
Name: faiz ilahi kothari (12 years)
School: carmal convent school,ujjain (mp)
Question: I HAVE GOT TWO QUESTIONS: 1. WHAT ARE MAN MADE MINERALS? 2. WHY PEOPLE OF INDIA RUN AFTER CHEAP IMPORTED THINGS, WHEN INDIANS THEMSELVES PRODUCE THE BEST QUALITY PRODUCTS? SIR, YOU HAVE GOT SOME SOLUTION?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:48 IST.
Name: RIDHIMA SOLANKIE (12 years)
School: INDIA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, JAIPUR
Question: SIR,WHETHER WE WILL ABLE TO SEE A DAY IN OUR LIFE WHEN EVERY CHILD OF OUR NATION WILL GO TO SCHOOL.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: pragadheeswaran (25 years)
School: BCA @ IGNOU
Question: When our India dominate the world in all aspects?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: Divya (17 years)
School: G.N. Khalsa College
Question: Why is India in the same position Economically, and Socially .. inspite of efforts taken by the local people and the Govt. ? Where does the Income Tax go ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: nayandasgupta (25 years)
School: tinsukiacollege
Question: sir, my question to u is that why the law and order of our country is so worsen?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: M.Dinesh (18 years)
School: Sri Ram Engg. college.
Question: Hello Mr.President, I am very gald to post my questions and hopefully expecting the answers from you. 1)Will India ever become a completly developed & super power nation like the USA? if so, when? 2)How far can you assure that we can eradicate corruption in Indian politics? 3)Will all the MP's sign to change the rules & rights in our consitution of India to make our country an improved nation in all the aspects. 4)Why can't we reduce the age limit for the politicians to 70yrs after which they should resign under any circustances? because, most of the poticians at high level like the prime minister Mr.Manmohan Singh are not active enough for their work. All the other countries like US,Britain,France have very brisk and active leaders for their post to take correct decisions at right time. 5)Country like UAE had no taxation laws.why can't we adopt those rules which they have. OR atleast reduce the tax which is very high burden on every citizen of India. 6)Why dont the Finance Minister pass a new law so that those who pay sum amount of money,can make their property as "white" and the Govt can get good revenues. 8)Can India get back the entire Kashmir, if so, how? i.e.,including PoK. I dont want to raise any questions furthur and take much of your time. Its very pleasing for me to send few of my unanswered questions. expecting for your positive answers. Thank You.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:46 IST.
Name: S.Vijay Vishwanath (12 years)
School: St.Xaviers, Bhubaneshwar
Question: Respected President, I am good in studies. But, I also want to become a cricket player and taking coaching. Is this path fine? Having these dreams , in what ways I can positively contribute to the development and growth of our motherland and its other underprivileged children?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:45 IST.
Name: Shreyas Navare (21 years)
School: VJTI
Question: For a nation starved of having real heroes, what role models do we have to offer to our children?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:44 IST.
Name: Anusua Bhattacharya (20 years)
School: Hooghly Mohsin College (Burdwan University)
Question: Namashkar sir,I am a 3rd year BCom student.With all my respect I would like a improved education system in West Bengal. How can we contribute, with your blessings I'm sure we can make a difference.May you be there always to guide us.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:44 IST.
Name: Himadri Shekhar Chakrabarti (24 years)
School: Bose Institute
Question: Dear president, I am a research scholar, coming from Biotechnology field (M.Sc.). But still now there are no such scope (academic jobs or jobs in industries) especially for us in our country. It is unfortunate that we are not eligible even for an interview for the post of lecturer (recruited by CSC) in West Bengal. What you (as a President) and our central government think about this issue. You please suggest what I should do after Ph.D. Thanking you in anticipation.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: geeta Gokhale (21 years)
School: Pune University
Question: Respected sir, I want to contribute in your vision for nation. My skills/interests are Software technologies, sanskrit, and yoga. Please guide me how can I join the join the forces of creating the new India 2020. Thank you, Geeta


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: Anushrita (5 years)
School: Ryan International School Noida
Question: Question on behalf of my daughter: Why teachers often beat small children (even in play schools) instead of teaching them with love,care and encouragment. Principal of the school also defends the teachers even though they commit wrong actions to save the reputation of the school.This is completely wrong.Principal is supposed to discipline and guide the teachers to teach children properly. Any policy can be formulated to bring this guidleine for schools all over India ? Thanks and warm regards, Anushrita Angel, Ryan School


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: Venmathi Maran (25 years)
School: Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan
Question: When Politicians would stop or end their selfishness, Goonda act, corrupting Govt.money, etc.? Can you give some advices for them?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:42 IST.
Name: swarit (24 years)
School: ingou
Question: Sir, What our country will be doinf for expliotation in profeesional field i.e working 12-13 hours on job etc Regards


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:42 IST.
Name: Vidyashree Mishra (12 years)
School: Maharishi Vidya Mandir
Question: Ho'ble President, How i will improve my math? I am very poor in math. Pls sir suggest me. Vidyashree


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:42 IST.
Name: Raj (24 years)
School: University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Question: No doubt i beleive in democracy. But i always think why do we have so many politicians at different levels. Cant we have a president, prime minister and chief minister for each state instead of governors, MLA's,MP's,tasildars etc. To make things simple and more efficient. This way Corruption and misuse of power will be prevented.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:42 IST.
Name: Pretham (24 years)
School: Thangavelu Engineering College - Chennai
Question: Sir, Please try to scrap the Conditional Access System(CAS) in Chennai. Because we the youth as well as the poor childern who can't buy Set top Boxes and so are not able to get the knowledge from channels like Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel,History Channel, Sports channel etc.. Pls look in to this matter and give the youth the knoweldge they want to get from this channel. Thanking you.. With Regards, Pretham


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:41 IST.
Name: suresh (20 years)
School: Adhiyamaan college
Question: As i am engineering student, i personally feel that engineering education in india has been more in to theory than practical and there is a large gap between industrial needs and knowledge, what should we do fill this gap and be more practical?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:41 IST.
Name: Shreyas Navare (21 years)
School: VJTI
Question: What role can children play in a nation's development?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:40 IST.
Name: S.Ayyamperumal (22 years)
School: College - Coimbatore Institute of Technology
Question: sir, poverty became a great problem also there is no good water supply,you know that my friend doesn't have current till know in his village give your idea of getting atleast solving problems of this middle stage & low stage people's thrist especially for village people's?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:40 IST.
Name: kishorekumar (25 years)
School: vellore institute of technology
Question: Dear Sir, I'm interested to know more details about the crown ethers which are used as biosensors and effective materials in the extraction of radioactive materials


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:39 IST.
Name: Zoya Z (16 years)
School: St Xavier's College
Question: Dear Sir, My teacher told me that India has the largest number of child laborers in the world. What do you have to say about it? Do you agree? Is that not a shame!


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:39 IST.
Name: Viral Ganatra (16 years)
School: ADL Sunshine School
Question: Thank you for giving this great oppurtunity to interact with you. My Question is Today we see that only bread oriented education is being focussed on.... why dont we have a system where life oriented education are also being taught at college levels, alongwith this bread oriented education.Pls let us know your views on this.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:38 IST.
Name: Dipali Gandhi (21 years)
School: Graduate
Question: Respected Sir, Our nation's history is a series of lessons to be learnt, Its present is an ocean of discoveries, inventions, and ideas to be implemented, Its future has to be a unity of people in thoughts, speech, and action! My heartly request to you to please expand the concept of 'Each one teach one' upto the above last line. Let us not limit only upto education in academics, but also in approach, vision, and understanding each human being in the world. Let us grow one step above religion, caste, and discrimination and reveal that we are human beings to help each other, to nourish each other, and to survive for each other inspite of battles, terror, and criticism. This is what I call as 'Love' and 'Humanity'. Sir, please let me know how we can do this.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:38 IST.
Name: Dipali Gandhi (21 years)
School: Graduate
Question: Respected Sir, Our nation's history is a series of lessons to be learnt, Its present is an ocean of discoveries, inventions, and ideas to be implemented, Its future has to be a unity of people in thoughts, speech, and action! My heartly request to you to please expand the concept of 'Each one teach one' upto the above last line. Let us not limit only upto education in academics, but also in approach, vision, and understanding each human being in the world. Let us grow one step above religion, caste, and discrimination and reveal that we are human beings to help each other, to nourish each other, and to survive for each other inspite of battles, terror, and criticism. This is what I call as 'Love' and 'Humanity'. Sir, please let me know how we can do this.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:38 IST.
Name: kumar ahshish ranjan (25 years)
School: working with ntpc
Question: Do u thinck that Indian press is neutral


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:38 IST.
Name: Praveen Jain (22 years)
School: MIT School Of Management
Question: Sir, what should and what can be done to make India a superpower as well as the happiest country in the world


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:38 IST.
Name: jbhhjvuk (8 years)
School: 21
Question: how many wifes do you posses? And among that who is the pritiest?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:37 IST.
Name: lenin.m (23 years)
School: St.Jude's college
Question: Terrorism will not stop on it own untill world exists!- What is your opinion upon it,what is your contribution will be to eliminating global terror?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:37 IST.
Name: A. Zarina Banu (17 years)
School: Alagappa University
Question: Dear Kalam Sir, The Atomic research you made in the period of 2003 is a well known fact, and I came to know that Onion was spread across that research centre to stop to the rays of American Satellite falling on the centre and know one knew about the research before knowing the same from Newspaper, Could u pls tell me what was the chemical in onion that stopped even the power of the rays. and also pls explain some of ur experience on that research. Thank You Wishes From A. Zarina Banu


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:37 IST.
Name: Balaji p (20 years)
School: SASTRA Deemed University, Thanjavur
Question: Why do we not see a large amount of research and patents coming out of Indian research laboratories? I had the opportunity of working as a summer intern at an IP company and was amazed at the amount of research happening in other countries, why the disparity?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:37 IST.
Name: sri (21 years)
School: IIT powai
Question: kalam ji namaskar, hum ye bharat ki rajniti se pareshan hai ! we want divine government ! r u predicting it in near future ? when it may come ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:36 IST.
Name: Deepak (11 years)
School: st Marie,s matric school
Question: after you finishing your president post, next what you are going to do in your life,are you reday to continue research or else like a Clinton(USA) do some social work thank you DEEPAK


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:36 IST.
Name: Sreenivas Reddy Bathula (25 years)
School: wageningen university
Question: Dear Kalam, In Indians individuals the success rate is high, compare to team works? Where we are wrong? What is your answer from your life experience? With Kind Regards Sreenivas Reddy Bathula


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:35 IST.
Name: Raman (20 years)
School: Delhi University
Question: Dear Sir, I wont believe that i will chat with you today evening. It will be a gift on this special day Children's day. Sir How can we contribute to our India. I really want to do something for my India. Suggest some ways.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:34 IST.
Name: Nadisha Daniel (11 years)
School: Cathedral and John Connon, Mumbai
Question: You are one of the mostimportant persons in the country for all of us. Who is the most important person in your life?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:34 IST.
Name: Navin Prakash Choubey (24 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: What an individual student can do to make India a developed country.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:34 IST.
Name: ADITI ANNANYA (6 years)
School: GD DOON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, GHAZIABAD
Question: Respected Rashtrapati ji, Namaskar, Sir, WHAT CAN WE AS CHILDREN DO TO MAKE OUR COUNTRY FREE FROM ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION & CORRUPTION. I as sending this mail to you through my father's ID. Please respond. Thanks & Regards, --BABY ADITI


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:33 IST.
Name: shyam sunder yadav (25 years)
School: Shekhawati Engineering College, Dundlod(Rajasthan)
Question: Respected sir, What is ur suggestion to improve child to their childhood


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:33 IST.
Name: ABHISHEK (14 years)
School: Rotary English Medium School ,Navanagar, Hubli,Karnataka
Question: Hello sir, I am abhishek. I am studying in 9th. I have read your book "Wings of fire" written by you and Arjun Tiwari.I have been impressed by slogans in that book. The questions are 1.If the object is kept on the ground. The earth rotates on its own axis.Why does the object doesn't rotates? 2.Sir you are from the poor family.Now you have become a great person.In India there are poor people.If they study hard.Why don't they become like you? 3.Why the planet Mars is red? 4.There is the gravitation between the sun and the earth.Why does not the earth fall into the sun? 5.How had you felt when you became the president of India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:33 IST.
Name: Sunitha (11 years)
School: St. Aug.Eng.Med.School
Question: What should we do to generate Abdul Kalams in India?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:31 IST.
Name: ayyamperumal (22 years)
School: College - Coimbatore Institute of Technology
Question: sir,how can we come to know that india became a well developed country ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:31 IST.
Name: sunilsingh (25 years)
School: job
Question: hello repested sir howareu plzcallmenow


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:31 IST.
Name: nanaji (25 years)
School: au college of engg
Question: now we are loosing our customs,which have been since our ancient time.now i am asking u how can we revive those customs into our new generation because now people are fascinating towards western.plz kindly answer this question.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:31 IST.
Name: SUPRIYA MARY JOSE (21 years)
School: DOEACC CENTRE CALICUT
Question: GOOD MORNING SIR,


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:30 IST.
Name: Saumya Gupta (11 years)
School: Hans Raj Model School
Question: Sir, Can India ever send a manned space craft to Moon?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:30 IST.
Name: Priyali Shende (15 years)
School: Loreto Convent School, RCF Colony,Chembur, Mumbai-
Question: I am studying in 10th standard Girls School. I wish to do Engineering & then a Scientist but I am not able to concentrate on my studies although all facilities are available. What is that I have to follow regularly so that my ambition of becoming a Scientist is achieved.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:30 IST.
Name: jitender (24 years)
School: Gharaunda govt. college
Question: Sir, Today unemployee situation is more dangerous for our country . How we will control it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:29 IST.
Name: Vijay Sirohi (24 years)
School: MNNIT ALLAHBAD
Question: Most of the research in US is done by the people who qualify just general gre, a general aptitude test. Why our institutes including IITs and IISC don't encourage the students to take admission in RESEARCH PROGRAMS by making the admission easy but discourage them by taking tough tests like GATE. Sir, most of the students opt for studying abroad because of tough admission test which is not at all required for doing research.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:29 IST.
Name: Ashwin Raphael Paul (15 years)
School: MCC SCHOOL CHETPET CHENNAI
Question: how to get good marks in my studies i am an average student please help me.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:29 IST.
Name: Soumya Kanti Misra (25 years)
School: BJB College, Bhubaneswar
Question: Whose responsibility is it to prevent distortion of a youth's vision of a bright future by indisciplined features like infatuation, attraction for unethical habbits and laziness?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:29 IST.
Name: muhammad abdul muneem (20 years)
School: Nizam college Hyderabad
Question: A very good morning to You Mr.President. After Ignited our minds are coming out with any other book?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:28 IST.
Name: Manoj (25 years)
School: MANIT,Bhopal
Question: Quality Engineering & Technical Education is Why so restricted for only IITains? And number of IIT's and there intake are very less compared to population.First Priority must be to increase our knowledgeble strength.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:28 IST.
Name: Parasuraman (25 years)
School: DGVC
Question: Sir - its my pleasure interacting with you. Being a youth and having deep thought of doing something good to our society and nation. What should be my priority in doing something to our nation? - Parasuraman K, Chennai


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:27 IST.
Name: Richa Tuteja (15 years)
School: St Haviers Senior Secondary School, Sirsa
Question: Hon'ble Sir, Whether the country should switch over to Presidential System of democracy? The President should have the powers to select his cabinet may be from intelectuals and technocrats like that of USA instead of Members of Parliaments?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:27 IST.
Name: K. Janani Archana (10 years)
School: MEPO SCHLENK Primary & Nursery School, Tirumangalam
Question: Honourable Dear President, How the present education system can be updated for the real service to be offered to the village people for their better improved life?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:27 IST.
Name: Shezaad Dastoor (21 years)
School: University Of Mumbai
Question: Are not the so called Moral Values which are being thrust on the youth today hampering the development of a pragmatic mind for the future ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:27 IST.
Name: SABEY SHERWANI (25 years)
School: AFSET
Question: RESPECTED THE FIRST CITIZEN OF OUR BLUVED WATAN, I M CONNECTING THROUGH MAIL SEVERAL TIMES & I ALSO SENDING U SO AMNY EMAILS ON YOUR presidentofindia.nic.in SITE,BUT I NEVER RECEIVED ANY MAIL OR CONFIRMATION FROM YOUR STAFF SIDE.MAY I KNW THE RESPECTED MAHMAHEEM HOW CAN THE GENERAL(Aam HINDUSTANI)CONTACTING YOU & TELL YOU HIS/HER PROBLEMS TOWARDS DIFFRENT SOURCES.SIR I JUST WANT TO KNOW HOW CAN WE GET RID THE CORRUPTION,HUNGER,DRUGS, FREE NATION SOMEDAY.CAN'T V ABLE TO SEE OUR COUNTRY ON TOP OF WORLD'S LIST NOT ONLY IN TERMS OF POPULATION BUT ALSO IN EVERY FIELD.WHY OUR COUNTRY CAN GET THE STATUS IN UN AS A PERMANENT MEMBER. SIR PLZ WE ALL KNOW VERY EAGERLY CAN A Aam HINDUSTANI HELPS IF YES PLS TELL US. THANKS REGARDS SABEY SHERWANI(NEW DELHI)


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:27 IST.
Name: Vijay (25 years)
School: National Institute of Science and technology
Question: Dear sir, I am final year student of a private engineering college. My Question is What is the future of this rising information technology boom. As i am common student like others ...i want to know from you. Your's faithfully Vijay


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:26 IST.
Name: shivani (22 years)
School: College
Question: Dear Mr President, Greetings!! What you think is India's future if Politicians like in present india continue to lead our country?? Please do something. We have high expectations from you. Give chance to those who really want to work for India not for themselves. Hope to see a better and developed india very soon. Your's Daughter Shivani


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:25 IST.
Name: Managalam Raman (21 years)
School: College
Question: Respected Sir, Salutions. I am a part of a team of professionals working to see a better India under the banner DreamIndia2020. Our website is www.dreamindia2020.org. This is started with 2 people and now we have a team of 120 professionals across four cities. Now the question is, as the man who inspired us to begin this mission, what would you like to tell us or how do you want us to proceed in future? We are waiting to hear from you. We now take week-end classes for poor kids, sponsor education for them and also visit blind school, old age homs,orphanages etc. Sir,on this very good day, could you please guide us by giving us a path? We are ready to do the things you tell. We are there with you sir, to see our DreamIndia2020. Jai Hind.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:25 IST.
Name: Shrividya Subramanian (6 years)
School: Middle East International School
Question: Uncle, Nehru Uncle's Birthday is celebrated as Children's Day. Can we celebrate your birthday as Students' Day?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:24 IST.
Name: J.L. Naraynan (9 years)
School: Indian High School, Dubai
Question: When will India become super power not only in military as well as a feeling among the common man without the communal troubles


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:23 IST.
Name: Harish Dunakhe (20 years)
School: TKIET
Question: Dear Sir, What are your plans to fight corruptions in our society. I think, Vision 2020 is a dream unless this deep-routed problem is not attended.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:23 IST.
Name: S.Soundarrajan (25 years)
School: SMU
Question: Hello sir, Why Law and orders are not so strict in india compared to other countries, people are doing crime but not getting proper punishment for that, i live in singapore there are lots of difference in law and order and punishment given when compared to india and singapore, pl help india to make law and order strict.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:23 IST.
Name: RAj Bhushan (20 years)
School: college
Question: sir what change you want and you think about the beurocracy machanish do they need free hand? or the right to Information act will do it own course?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:21 IST.
Name: nikita doshi (21 years)
School: kc college of management(mumbai)
Question: HELLO SIR, I AM NIKITA FROM MUMBAI. I AM GREATFUL THAT I HAVE GOT AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAIL U. I JUST WANT TO ASK U THAT Y WE CANT BRING ABOUT THE CHANGE IN OUR COUNTRY SOON. AS WE KNOW THERE IS LOTS OF CORRUPTION HAPENING EVERY MINUITE. IT IS BECOMING DIFFICULT FOR US TO TRUST OUR OWN GOVERNMENT FOR SAFETY.TODAY I HAVE SEEN THAT WHATEVER DECISION U HAVE TAKEN SIR I FEEL THAT UR SUCH A PERSON THAT WALK ON PROPER PRINCIPAL OF LIFE. AND MY FATHER HAS NUTURED ME ON THE SAME ONE. SIR I AM GOING ABROAD FOR MASTER IN HR. AND EVEN GIVEN A CHANCE I WANT TO MEET U. I AM REALLY THANKFUL THAT I HAVE GOT ATLEAST A CHANCE TO MAIL U. THANKS A LOT WISH U ALL THE BEST SIR REGARDS NIKITA BHARAT DOSHI ( MUMBAI )


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:21 IST.
Name: kuldeep (21 years)
School: swami devi dyal institute of engg. & tech.(barwala) punchcula
Question: sir how can i serve my country being an it engg.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:21 IST.
Name: dharamarajanV (16 years)
School: The Boys Higher Secondary School
Question: What U do if some one make u very angry?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:21 IST.
Name: Gitesh Kishore Bhai Ganatra (24 years)
School: SCDL
Question: Dear Sir, Its a great privledge for us to chat with u, my question is, everyone is cursing the Govt,Police and administration for the bribes, corruption and all bad activities, but these people also comes from the same society, why dont we have a citizen code of conduct followed regularly, 90% of people do not know the level of escalation in problems, there is no such public awareness in people that whom should they go to in case of people asking bribe, how do they get them behind bars..and what is the solution. if this will be in place, If we can eradicate Polio from our country, this is a small disease compared to that, if the commom man is empowered than we will definately have a better system and i am sure of less corruption, but this needs a wide implementation... and action from a Person like you..what you say?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:20 IST.
Name: Swati samuikshya Sahoo (11 years)
School: DAV Public School,Bhubaneswar
Question: What is the reason behind terrorism in India like recent Delhi bomb blast? Do you think it is the action of any other country or some peaple in India? What is your message to Children


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:20 IST.
Name: mahitaarisetty (17 years)
School: 11th std
Question: sir,are u sure that our country is progessing in the right way?are u sure that ur vision of ind-2020(ofcourse the vision of more than 100 crores)will be fulfilled with such politicians&corruption everywhere?i know being an indian i should be optimistic,but the situations happening around me are making me to think like that.my father is a bussiness man.now he started his construction bussiness.when he went to local municipal office for the plan approval,it was openly said that they want bribe.as we are in a position to give we did 'coz he had no other option.what is the fate of the poor people,who come for one or the other purposes?is it a good indication?i have so many wishes about our great india,but will it be true atleast after five generations?sir,please continue to be the president,because i want my sister(6yrs at present)to read in her social book,the name of our country under the coloumn of developed nations.sir,a small request,i want to meet u sir.or else atleast can i have letter,barring ur signature,because my friend said that u can get that,she also got.pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease sir,please try to send it.i live in vizag the place where u will be visiting early next year,if it is possible i want to meet u that time,SIR PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE.thank u for this unique oppurtunity.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:19 IST.
Name: Muklesur Rahman (25 years)
School: Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
Question: Why should we wait till 2020 years for developed? why it is not early?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:18 IST.
Name: R.Narasimha Rao (23 years)
School: Completed B.Sc.,
Question: Completed my B.Sc., want to study higher eduction at present I am doing part time job I save money of 15,000/- Rupees but for My M.C.A. of 2006 batch I want to study but I have no enough money for that is there any possible to help me for my higher education. If you help me I am very happy to study for that course because I am interest to study the MCA, Please sir help me.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:17 IST.
Name: dharm prakash (25 years)
School: madurai kamraj university
Question: Respected President, for me its a great privilage that i got a chance to interact with you.I belong to bihar,could you please tell me how can I improve the image and situation of biharis people and bihar,who are rated as worst state in India.I am a biotechnologist from Madurai kamraj university. Thanking you and looking forward your kind vision for my state which was once a centre of great education in Nalanda, and having great man like Ashoka, Budha, and Dr.Rajendra prasad. Sincere Regard Dharm MOB-09880699497


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:16 IST.
Name: siddharth choudhary (19 years)
School: psb acadmy {singapore}
Question: namaskar sir,why is it that we too much really on our digrees then our mind and soul. thank you your siddharth


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:15 IST.
Name: vikram harijan (25 years)
School: jawaharlal nehru university
Question: Mr.president I surprise when you talk about various ways particularly related to scince and techonology to develovment of our country but you do not talk the root problem of india like caste system.I belong to a chamar caste of up and my father was a bondage labourer.Each and every step i face caste prejudise .I was a journalist because of this problem I was out and and went various newspaper and channel but they just asked my caste related questions not from journalism.Plz respond this question very extensively and possible support me or give me an appointment me so that I can tell you the real picture of caste system of my village and my problem.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:15 IST.
Name: GM Ilango (19 years)
School: IIT Madras
Question: Respected Sir, I am a student of Aerospace Engg. I would like to know whether you advocate a manned mission to Moon in the near future.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:14 IST.
Name: Balachandar (25 years)
School: Life
Question: Dear Sir, the root of a society are its students, but the fertilisers used for it to blosom into a plant are its teachers...what as a country and as institutions can we do for our teachers so that they get inspired and create inspiration among their students?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:11 IST.
Name: P.Sudhakar (23 years)
School: Presidency College
Question: We would like to bring to your remembrance an incident that took place a few years ago that you were given a chance – as a reward for launching Agni, on 1989 - to do whatever you wanted to do by the then Defence Minister, Mr. K.C. Panth. But you preferred only planting of one lakh saplings. Has it been fulfilled?We hope it has been fullfilled, and we try to increase your goal.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:11 IST.
Name: Durgesh Nandini Satpathy (6 years)
School: Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan Publis School, Jubilee Hills
Question: What is your vision for India in the exploration and ultimate colonization of New Earths (space) and what can we, the future of India, do to make sure that India is part of the spearhead that takes humanity to the stars?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:3 IST.
Name: S.Vikhram (14 years)
School: St Nicholas English Grammer School, Mauritius.
Question: My dear Uncle, May the God bless u with a million years to serve and guide Indians. My questions are as under: 1)Do you believe in re-birth? 2)What are your views on Adi Sankara and on Advaitham? 3)Which is your favourite raga in Carnatic music? 4) What should be done to improve moral ethics of Indians? With love, S.Vikhram Mauritius.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 10:0 IST.
Name: kumar.k.b., devarajulud.c., P.sudhakar,K.G.Mouli, B. Anwar basha (23 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: We have been aspiring for Civil Services Examinations (CSE). Hope, we as for our wish and endeavour, will pass it and become District Administrators one day. But one thing is unclear that how an effective IAS holder can serve people better if he gets oft-repeated transfer orders in short time period under some powerful political bigwigs? What is the solution?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:58 IST.
Name: Prarthna Mukerjee (11 years)
School: M.I.School,Berhampore W.B.
Question: Dear President Sir, In what way can I be a help in realising your dream of our country India 2020 inspite of all the turbulence around?I will do my best to work on those lines provided by you to make you and my India proud. Jai Hind.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:58 IST.
Name: devarajulu.d.c. (23 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: On those days your father used to insist upon taking your career in Indian Administrative Service (IAS). But your choice was of becoming a pilot. Why nothing has been mentioned, in any one of your books, attributing the reason for the deviation from your father’s wish?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:58 IST.
Name: saritha (21 years)
School: SN college,varkala
Question: Sir, why do you choose the year 2020? is it because its looks and sounds cool!!!


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:57 IST.
Name: Prathap Stany (25 years)
School: St.xaviers College
Question: 1. How can I maintain the Child heart? 2. How can I cross the Teenage? 3. What do u want from me?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:56 IST.
Name: V. Sathish (18 years)
School: District Institute of Education and Training, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu.
Question: Your Excellency, Astronomers predicted that the age of Universe is about 15 billion years. How can we calculate the age of the universe?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:52 IST.
Name: goutham (25 years)
School: college
Question: in childerns day what message for childers u convey sir


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:47 IST.
Name: Miss Aishwarya R Tiwari (10 years)
School: St Joseph's convent, Nagpur,Mah
Question: Sir,when and how will the farmers get a chance to experience the prosperity, they toil for and will the dignity of labour, ever be realised ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:46 IST.
Name: Maulik Kandpal (15 years)
School: MVM
Question: Sir,how did u achieved success?In what way u used to study?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:42 IST.
Name: vinay (12 years)
School: shiddaganga praimery school
Question: How we improve ourself?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:37 IST.
Name: sarathy (22 years)
School: College - Coimbatore Institute of Technology
Question: sir, give us your idea of making an effective study ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:34 IST.
Name: shamba chatterjee (21 years)
School: IIT,Kharagpur.
Question: Sir, it is very often that we totally forget our past and origin and do the things which does not comensurate us.Is it a good sign towards progress?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:32 IST.
Name: akash (22 years)
School: College - (Coimbarore Institute of Technology )
Question: how to improve our education system,because it also plays a major role to became india as a well developed country & also how to make as an effective study ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:31 IST.
Name: Pooja (21 years)
School: P D M College Of Engineering
Question: although i m happy for u being a president but r u really happy with it?dont u think u r missing ur (interesting)scientific life(ISRO)?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:30 IST.
Name: chaganti krishna kumari (13 years)
School: RAASI D A V SCHOOL
Question: Sir How many years waiting for india to promote the all officials and political leaders like your qualities sir is it posible to in india .


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:29 IST.
Name: Krishna (22 years)
School: R.A.Podar College
Question: We all are patting ourself back saying india is growing. This growth now is mainly due to lot of FII investing in india. Anytime the FII can decide and take out their investment from india. We are mainly depending on agricluture and not many successful measures are paying off. Actual growth of a country is dependent on self reliance. Are we prepared enough to face the situation where can survive with our self reliance with not much contribution from FII?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:27 IST.
Name: Kriti (18 years)
School: J D M College
Question: is media doing what is expected from it


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:24 IST.
Name: FATHIMA.P.A (19 years)
School: CHRIST COLLEGE,IRINJALAKUDA,KERALA
Question: Respected Sir, what is your opinion about malayalees?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:10 IST.
Name: soumya rao a (22 years)
School: Vijayanagar engineering college,Bellary
Question: Hello Kalam Chacha, Its great for someone who is so well qualified and genius to be so down to earth. I would like to ask u how can todays youth fulfil ur dream and any research that u had planned but couldnot carry on?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:8 IST.
Name: M.Pranathi (13 years)
School: Johnson Grammar School
Question: Why can't the politicians have a common Nation Building Program-than drop constructive ideas of one another? Will it not extend your dream of India vision 2020?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:2 IST.
Name: M.Kirthi (13 years)
School: Johnson Grammar School
Question: What is the reason for the to earth spin about its own axis?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 9:1 IST.
Name: Amit V. Patel (23 years)
School: Cleveland State University
Question: Respected Sir, am in US working for a company here (was a student here 4 months back).. wondering why am i doing so when i have lots and lots of opportunities back in my own country ... But when i see the positive side of it ... i see that due to this opportunity i have come to know whats missing in India ... and in someway i want to be a part of a developing India ... want to enter the politics there as ... a true politician, frankly speaking dont you think, we talk that we should see ourselves before pointing fingers at opthers but ultimately its this structure that the country is dependent upon and the basic infrastructure needs to be improved rather that giving high hopes in all other fields ... What do you suggest on this matter .. how do we as a youth proceed in this direction ... when nowadays you see .. a doctors son becomes a doctor .. a politician's son becomes a politician ... no opportunity for any other person. Dont you think intellectual people like you should have some responsible portfolio in governments? and also ... instead of ruling party MLAs having Key portfolios .. intellectuals like you should have these ... I mean to say right person at right place, no one belongs to any particular party ... so that there is no finger pointing ...no wasting precious time and money ... thus concentrating at root level of each cause, which we all know is poverty and lack of good infrastructure on which people can depend upon unconditionally. This is because I dont think sitting in a cabin at a multinational company even though its in India .. should prove myself a useful to India. I want to devout myself in real sense.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:55 IST.
Name: Amit V. Patel (23 years)
School: Cleveland State University
Question: Respected Sir, am in US working for a company here (was a student here 4 months back).. wondering why am i doing so when i have lots and lots of opportunities back in my own country ... But when i see the positive side of it ... i see that due to this opportunity i have come to know whats missing in India ... and in someway i want to be a part of a developing India ... want to enter the politics there as ... a true politician, frankly speaking dont you think, we talk that we should see ourselves before pointing fingers at opthers but ultimately its this structure that the country is dependent upon and the basic infrastructure needs to be improved rather that giving high hopes in all other fields ... What do you suggest on this matter .. how do we as a youth proceed in this direction ... when nowadays you see .. a doctors son becomes a doctor .. a politician's son becomes a politician ... no opportunity for any other person. Dont you think intellectual people like you should have some responsible portfolio in governments? and also ... instead of ruling party MLAs having Key portfolios .. intellectuals like you should have these ... I mean to say right person at right place, no one belongs to any particular party ... so that there is no finger pointing ...no wasting precious time and money ... thus concentrating at root level of each cause, which we all know is poverty and lack of good infrastructure on which people can depend upon unconditionally. This is because I dont think sitting in a cabin at a multinational company even though its in India .. should prove myself a useful to India. I want to devout myself in real sense.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:49 IST.
Name: Kshipra verma (25 years)
School: Delhi Public School, Sonepat
Question: Respected sir A very happy children's day. I am working in this School as H.M. My all children are very keen to chat with you Sir. I cant resist my self and I would also like to put up a question. I want my children to be particulary interestred in Science I want them to grow as scientist. What should be the best approach to develop that skill set in them.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:42 IST.
Name: bhavin vora (25 years)
School: Indian Institute of Chartered Accountants
Question: Respected Sir, I am confused about the standards and criteris of morality that should be set/followed. If drinking is bad, should it be totally banned? Is pre-marital / extra-marital physical relationship wrong? If yes, then should places like pubs, discotheques, etc. be shut down? Sir the economy may be on the rise, but are these moral/social issues much more important/relevant? Requesting you to provide some guidance on the above. Thank you Sir and thank you rediffmail for giving such a big opportunity to us. Yours sincerely - Bhavin.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:36 IST.
Name: dr divya srivastava (25 years)
School: MEDICAL COLLEGE M.P
Question: Respected sir, I wish a very happy childrens day to you and also to all the kids in India.Sir I have completed my MBBS and recently i had the opportunity to see the public health systems of U.K (N.H.S) and Australia ,which led me to have a dream for India. Sir I have a dream of having an ideal health care system for India where every Indian can get world class medical care ,free of cost ,right from birth till his last breath.this healty system should be holostic medicine which would include Ayurveda,naturopathy, yoga etc .This health care should have air ambulances for emercency care in far off places,and trauma centers for accident victims.I have a long list of sugestions for this dream to come true.AT PRESENT I JUST WANT TO ASK U THAT IS IT POSSIBLE FOR THIS DREAM TO COME TRUE?and can we the children of India have your e mail so that we can share our dreams with you? THANK YOU SIR. JAI HIND


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:33 IST.
Name: lavanya (18 years)
School: sri ramakrishna engineering college
Question: sir,what according to u affects the developmant of our country more? whether it is terrorism,natural calamities or poverty,corruption? how we can overcome it?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:19 IST.
Name: K.NIVEDITHA (12 years)
School: PSBB SCHOOL, CHENNAI
Question: Respected President, sir, I WISH IN NEXT 50 YEARS CORRUPTION IN INDIA WILL BE LESS AND WHAT CHILDREN SHOULD DO TO REDUCE CORRUPTION?IF A MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN TO FIGHT CORRUPTION CAN START, I WOULD LIKE TO BE PART OF IT SIR?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:10 IST.
Name: Madhumitha (11 years)
School: White Sands Primary School - Singapore
Question: Vanakkam Ariviyal Thatha My name is MADHUMITHA Sabhanayagam. I am an INDIAN aged eleven, studying in VI FORM in Singapore,where my parents are employed. I want to be a SURGEON, but at the same time also interested in Other SCIENCES. Would it be too early for me to dream about my future at this age. Your advice please.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:9 IST.
Name: k.nishwetha (15 years)
School: PSBB Chennai
Question: Respected |President, WhAT CAN WE AS CHILDREN DO TO MAKE THIS COUNTRY FREE FROM COMMUNNIAL TENSION SO THAT IN 15 /20 YEARS OUR GENERATION WILL LIVE AS ONE INDIAN COMMUNITY ????INDIA SHOULD HAVE ONLY ONE RELIGION IE IS BEING INDIAN AND FREE FROM HATERED, CASTE , CREED AND OTER DISCRIMINATION AND WHAT CAN THE GOVERNMENT DO TO ENSURE THAT THIS IS MADE TO HAPPEN ????


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 8:9 IST.
Name: Suresh Samuel (25 years)
School: working professional
Question: Hi president, Why do the rickshaw drivers charge rates according to their will in chennai and not according to any meter reading. Thanks,


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:55 IST.
Name: Manikandan Chandrasekar (16 years)
School: California school, US
Question: Iam basically a Indian and I came to US 4 years back and doing schooling in CA....Iam proud of my country India..But my question to you is : I see a lot of discipline in roads in US, people respect the traffic, go by rules..But In India, you dont see any people follow the rules...People are afraid to go to police station...They take lot of bribes...and every where corruption...I want to see my India improve the way US is...Will it happen ???


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:51 IST.
Name: Vaibhav Bajpai (22 years)
School: Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Question: Respected Sir, At the present time many of educational institutions are run mainly for the monetary benifits. In your opinion are they able to impart value based studies?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:51 IST.
Name: Rajbabu (25 years)
School: Georgia Tech
Question: Dear President Sanitation needs seem to be a big problem in villages and small towns. Please let me know on what aspects of technology can help in this. thanks rajbabu


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:47 IST.
Name: sathya (25 years)
School: National University of Singapore
Question: Dear President, While the Education System in the foreign Countries teach the Latest & Practical things in Life. While the world is looking at Latest Technologies. Why our Education System is Still following the Old Syllubus??


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:22 IST.
Name: Anuraadhaa Kandadai (10 years)
School: Pon Vidyashram
Question: Hon President, Sir, What is your suggestion on making science teaching interesting for school children?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:21 IST.
Name: vinita navalkar (18 years)
School: Ramnarain Ruia college
Question: Sir,I am a studying in FYBsc. After my graduation I wish to make my career in Astronomy or astrophysics.But I am unaware of the colleges offering such courses in Mumbai.I request your to guide me in my career.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:12 IST.
Name: Yogi Tripathi (23 years)
School: Should have been at UNSW
Question: Respected Sir, I am a bright mechanical engineering graduate who wishes to join the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia for higher studies in the fields of Photovoltaic Solar Engineering. My ultimate objective towards pursuing these studies is to dedicate myself towards the development of solar energy in India. However, my financial condition does not allow me to pursue the same. All my efforts seeking financial help have not yielded any results. Mr President please lend me a ear. I need only 5 mins. My no is 09313422424.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:11 IST.
Name: S. Christopher (10 years)
School: Nirmala High School, Vijayawada
Question: I like your rule in INDIA; You are a role model to me. I want to become the Captain of the Indian ARMY and serve my country. What is your advice?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 7:2 IST.
Name: swathi bhaskaran (17 years)
School: Hickman High School, USA
Question: Honorable President: Enrolling into AIIMS as a first step to study and work in India has been a sincere goal of mine. I have thus made every attempt to contact the Ministry of External Affairs for admission into the MBBS course but haven't still received any details. I am desperately in want for your suggestions and input at this pointt. While my question may be irrelevant to this chat session, your response, I am sure, will serve my cause. Thank you!


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:59 IST.
Name: Cecil John (16 years)
School: Marian School, Kottayam
Question: A big Namaskaram for our people's President from down south! Sir, Do you think that the present educational system and the 24 X 7 society are ensuring that a child is brought up in the blessed ambience of values?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:58 IST.
Name: Arunkumar Panneerselvam (25 years)
School: University of Manchester
Question: Dear President, I am pursuing PhD in Chemistry at University of Manchester, U.K. Generally if a policy/politician is bad, its ill-effects can be felt within 5 years. But if a Teacher is bad or not at their best, it's ill-effect can be felt only after 20 years i.e. a generation of students will become weak. Therefore we need more devoted teachers. Some teachers are less enthusiastic about their job, because their salary may not be enough for them and they look for other sources of income to improve upon their standard of life,thereby losing interest in their noble/nobel profession. To avoid this we can raise the minimum salary of the teachers to Rs.10,000 or 15,000. Then their progress should be monitored/reviewed every year and less efficient teachers should be kicked out of their job at any point of time strictly. I feel only teachers can mould a student and therby our country. Kindly comment on this and i would like you to take strong measures to improve the education system as there is a huge gap between the quality of teaching in private and government schools and between rural and urban students. I also have queries regarding state of research in Universities/Research Institutions and the ways to improve it. I would like to address that to you separately. So i kindly request you to provide your email address and i wish to contact you directly. Sir, I have tremendous faith in you and i will be more happy if you can take strong measures in education field. I don't expect you to answer this query within 45 min in rediff online chat. But kindly do answer whenever it's convinient for you. Thank you very much for reading this patiently.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:50 IST.
Name: Cecil John (16 years)
School: Marian School, Kottayam
Question: A big Namaskaram for our people's President from down south! Sir, Do you think that the present educational system and the 24 X 7 society are ensuring that a child is brought up in the blessed ambience of values?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:44 IST.
Name: Akshaya Shivkumar (15 years)
School: Our Lady of the Rosary Higher Secondary School, GOA
Question: Today is Children’s Day- the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru ji. On this occasion, a French quote from one of Panditji’s letter’s to his daughter Indri comes to my mind: ‘Si jeunesse savait; si vieillesse pouvait!’ If only the young knew, if only the old could! Pandit Nehruji’s words ring true in the present social scenario. An abundance of human resources added to the invaluable experience and knowledge of our older generations can work miracles if efforts are made to bridge the communication gap between the two generations. Children are the Future India, and inspiring messages are often sent out to them: dream, aspire, achieve and work towards your goals. But how can a mal-nourished, impoverished child dream? How can she dream of the infinite distant future when she has to slog-collect scraps of moldy plastic to sell for a meager sum, lift hundreds of bricks per day to face insults and ridicule...the list is endless- all to ensure a paltry square meal a day? Mr. President, ever since our Independence, there seems to be no policy formulation for the holistic development of children, especially girls, despite the fact that we have been celebrating Children’s Day for decades now. Children’s Day would be celebrated in its true spirit only if every single child in our Country has the means to Dream, Develop and Achieve. This would fit in perfectly into Pandit Nehru ji’s dreams of Future India. As I sign off, I am reminded of another timely quote… ‘ We have inherited the World we live in from our Ancestors And have borrowed it from Our Children…’ Jai Hind!!


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:28 IST.
Name: S. Christopher (10 years)
School: Nirmala High School, Vijayawada
Question: Sir, I would like to get your advice regarding How should we the children respond to evils like Corruption in and around us ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:21 IST.
Name: Gaytri (25 years)
School: Punjab technical University
Question: Respected Sir, i find myself unable to matrialize your three visions for INDIA when i see the actual harcore realities of the society, same is true with most of the indian youths. how can we overcome it keeping in view all the political, corruption and other factors ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:7 IST.
Name: SUHIL (21 years)
School: CHENOY
Question: HI Y DONT U GIVE HILITE TO YOUR HARE COLOUR?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 6:0 IST.
Name: Anil Puppala (25 years)
School: State University of New York, University at Buffalo.
Question: Subject: Aircraft Industry in India and fighter planes. It is with great pride that (Indian)media has reported that India was on a shopping spree on the recent Paris Air show!!! I really doubt if the common man in out country feels that great...using someone else's technology...I researched a bit on the number of companies that are involved in the area of Aircraft manufacturing...world wide...I provide here a list of few countries... United States- 749 Germany - 90 Russia - 78 Italy - 68 South Africa - 24 Czech Republic - 19 Argentina - 19 Brazil - 17 India - 6 Egypt - 5 Mexico - 4 *Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_aircraft_manufacturers Considering the numbers here...I see that we have to do a lot in this area...so that Indian money remains in India and be used to create jobs in India by collaborations between Indian Industry and Indian Universities... and please forgive my innocence if I am wrong...I dont see any "serious" threat as of now from any one...as, I dont think any country would even think of attacking a country that has nuclear warhead capabilities... so, instead of buying fighter planes from some foreign companies, can those funds be not used to build the planes in India? It may take some time...but I believe the long term benefits should be considered(???) Mr. President Sir, what do you, as a "supreme commander of armed forces" would suggest our Government in this regard? and what do you as a Scientist (and Educationist) think that our Govermnet should do in this regard?... Thank you and Happy Children's Day...


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 5:55 IST.
Name: Madan (25 years)
School: TU Delft, Netherlands
Question: Greetings and warmest regards from Madan to the first son of Bharath matha. Sir, one of the serious problems contending us is that of religious disharmony and communal tensions. Such violence and disharmony is totaly against India's spirit of inclusiveness,and of "sarva dharma sambav". I believe that the major cause of this problem is because for long we have ignored the role of religion in nation building. Don't you think that it is time that we have religious debates at the national level ? Won't it be great if respected members of each community - the Dalai lamas, the Shankaracharyas, the APJ Kalams and the Paul Dinakars, all gather under one tent and discuss about the "oneness" of all religions and the outstanding contributions that India has rendered over centuries to promote religious pluralism. How inspiring will it be for young minds !! How much will this go on to promote and nurture religious harmony !! It will be my privildge to hear your thoughts on this. Thanks for the opprtunity. Jai Hind, Madan


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 5:24 IST.
Name: Vikram (24 years)
School: Virginia Tech
Question: Dear President, Our current education system portrays engineering and medicine as the only possibilities. As a result, many students end up studying something for the sake of 'market', rather than passion. I am one among them. :-( . For instance, what would be good instituitions for studying political science, and how many students pursue it? How do you think awareness about this can be increased?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 5:6 IST.
Name: lathakarthik (25 years)
School: House WIfe
Question: are the taxes what we indians are paying are used properly


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 5:6 IST.
Name: lathakarthik (25 years)
School: House WIfe
Question: are the taxes what we indians are paying are used properly


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 4:37 IST.
Name: Disha Atri (20 years)
School: Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar
Question: Sir, Isn't it true that the education-system in india is more or less based on memory than reasoning. The students who can mug up things well get good marks and get selected in big exams.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 3:0 IST.
Name: Krishna Veni (17 years)
School: IGNOU, Delhi
Question: Respected Sir, I am a Commerce Student living in Saudi Arabia with my parents. I am pursuing B.Com course from here in Indira Gandhi National University. I am able to visualize a bright future for our country. What should be my role and contribution in the future India ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:56 IST.
Name: Akshay Sharma (14 years)
School: International Public School, Bhopal
Question: Sir, Don't you feel that automation and computerisation in school education is a hindrance to the learning process of small brains.? Doesn't it effect creativity ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:55 IST.
Name: aaron (12 years)
School: Black Mountain Middle School
Question: Dear Mr. President, How do you think children [whose parents are indian]that are living abroad should help increase India's role in the world?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:49 IST.
Name: sreekutty o. vijayan (23 years)
School: chmm college for advanced studies,tvm
Question: respected sir, shall students go through the way paved by present politicions?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:39 IST.
Name: Akshay Sharma (14 years)
School: International Public School, Bhopal
Question: WILL YOU PLEASE VISIT MY SCHOOL WHENEVER YOU COME TO BHOPAL.?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:39 IST.
Name: sats (21 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Dear President A question arises in my mind everytime I see a small child begging on traffic signals, that , why am I sitting in the car and he is outside. Some child spends 14 hours a day working like dog for Rs.900 a month, and some of my collegiates will get 1 lakh per month job .Why so much difference? Why 100s of children die of hunger (in africa) and some people spend Rs.200 just on watching a 3 hour Movie. I am just curious...


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:32 IST.
Name: hassan (25 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: assalamu alikum


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:28 IST.
Name: Akshay Sharma (14 years)
School: International Public School,Bhopal
Question: Dear Kalam Uncle, Has Your not marrying helped in building such an illustrious career. Do you feel lonely at times .?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:24 IST.
Name: shashikant rajak (24 years)
School: Banaras Hindu University
Question: How we can fulfill our dreams in such a compitetive world. (Dreams which are larger than life.)


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:21 IST.
Name: Akshay Sharma (14 years)
School: International Public School, Bhopal
Question: What were major Distractions in your school student life ? & How you overcame it ? In present day situations whats your advise to school students ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 1:7 IST.
Name: Akshay Sharma (14 years)
School: International Public School Bhopal
Question: What is the best gift which you can can give us (children) on the occasion of Children's Day ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 0:56 IST.
Name: AKSHAY SHARMA (14 years)
School: International Public School Bhopal
Question: How can I as a Student & Child be a part of Your Vision for India 2020.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 0:21 IST.
Name: VIKRAM MEHTA (24 years)
School: department of physics rajkot
Question: DO YOU THINK THAT INDIA WILL BECOME DEVELOPED COUNTRY BY THE YEAR 2020? WILL YOUR MISSION BECOME SUCCESSFUL IN IT ?


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 0:11 IST.
Name: G.POSHAKSARAN (7 years)
School: THE NEW INDIAN SCHOOL, BAHRAIN
Question: Dear respected President, I am from Chennai, studying 3rd standard in Bahrain. I am more interested in aeronautics. I recently read in news paper that Russia is operating passenger service(AIR TAXI) to space. Do we have that technology in India? if not, do we have any plans in future? Is there any related course or study available for children like us. Thank you.


Posted on: 14 Nov 2005, 0:2 IST.
Name: Yogi Tripathi (23 years)
School: Should have been at UNSW
Question: Respected Sir, I am a mechanical engineering graduate who wishes to join the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia for higher studies in the fields of Photovoltaic Solar Engineering. My ultimate objective towards pursuing these studies is to dedicate myself towards the development of solar energy in India. However, my financial condition does not allow me to pursue the same. All my efforts seeking financial help have not yielded any results. Mr President please lend me a ear. I need only 5 mins. My no is 09313422424.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:51 IST.
Name: Yogi Tripathi (23 years)
School: Should have been at UNSW
Question: Respected Sir, I am a mechanical engineering graduate who wishes to join the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia for higher studies in the fields of Photovoltaic Solar Engineering. My ultimate objective towards pursuing these studies is to dedicate myself towards the development of solar energy in India. However, my financial condition does not allow me to pursue the same. All my efforts seeking financial help have not yielded any results. Mr. President please lend me an ear. I need only 5 mins. My no is 09313422424.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:44 IST.
Name: Saumya Bhtanagar (13 years)
School: Sophia Secondary School,Bikaner(Raj)
Question: Sir,who is happier-A.P.J.Abdul Kalam,the Scientist or A.P.J.Abdul Kalam,the President????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:40 IST.
Name: Saumya Bhatnagar (13 years)
School: Sophia Secondary School,Bikaner(Raj)
Question: How can we children harmonise our inter and intra religious tolerance?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:37 IST.
Name: Shruti Bhatnagar (17 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1 ,Bikaner (Raj)
Question: Before becoming the President of India,if you were offered a rare job opportunity at NASA on one hand and the presidentship of India on the other,then what would have been your choice ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:32 IST.
Name: priyanka (17 years)
School: school
Question: Sir, do you think in India, exames like those conducted for civil services should be made compulsory for those who aim to join politices?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:31 IST.
Name: Rohit Kapoor (23 years)
School: IIHT, Sector- 8, Rohini
Question: As you said that India will become developed before 2020. So I want to ask you Mr. President that if over a million graduates are unemployed and Indian govt. is continuously privatising the Co.. Unfortunately these Cos. are hiring only professionals so where is the place of student like me who only has simple graduation as a qualification. 2. We are still facing problems related to local administration e.g. Cleaning of Roads, choked drains, not working MCD's officials. 3. RTV'S ( a daily way of transport) having baddest behaviour towards passengers. They always frustrate us as they wait anywhere for a passenger for so many min.( sometimes 15- 20 min. even everybody in their very little heavilly over crowded RTV ). Can you do something Mr. President. 4. Can you do something for corrupted Traffic Police and Local Police who take bribe from these RTV wallas drivers who even don't have Licence for driving such a responsible work? 5. R u doing something for getting ur said goal in this Indian world of REDTAPE? 6. Can u do something for these selfish, self-thinker and most corrupted (uppermost part of TREE) politicians. I am eagerly waiting for ur kind response Mr. Prisident. Thanking you Rohit Kapoor G-2/16, Sector -11, Rohini, Delhi- 110085


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:30 IST.
Name: Umakant Khandekar (14 years)
School: J.D.S.V.M. Kanpur
Question: Sir, How can i contribute in our mission 2020 after being an I.A.S. Officer.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:30 IST.
Name: Rohit Kapoor (23 years)
School: IIHT, Sector- 8, Rohini
Question: As you said that India will become developed before 2020. So I want to ask you Mr. President that if over a million graduates are unemployed and Indian govt. is continuously privatising the Co.. Unfortunately these Cos. are hiring only professionals so where is the place of student like me who only has simple graduation as a qualification. 2. We are still facing problems related to local administration e.g. Cleaning of Roads, choked drains, not working MCD's officials. 3. RTV'S ( a daily way of transport) having baddest behaviour towards passengers. They always frustrate us as they wait anywhere for a passenger for so many min.( sometimes 15- 20 min. even everybody in their very little heavilly over crowded RTV ). Can you do something Mr. President. 4. Can you do something for corrupted Traffic Police and Local Police who take bribe from these RTV wallas drivers who even don't have Licence for driving such a responsible work? 5. R u doing something for getting ur said goal in this Indian world of REDTAPE? 6. Can u do something for these selfish, self-thinker and most corrupted (uppermost part of TREE) politicians. I am eagerly waiting for ur kind response Mr. Prisident. Thanking you Rohit Kapoor G-2/16, Sector -11, Rohini, Delhi- 110085


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:29 IST.
Name: abhishikth sandeep abraham (25 years)
School: Univ.college of commerce &bus.mgt,ou,hyd
Question: Sir, india is a poor country and millions of children are not able to go to school as their parents are poor and they have to work alongside their parents to live a hand to mouth existance - in this context is it justified to spend billions to send man to the moon and outer space?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:28 IST.
Name: Akshaya Shivkumar (15 years)
School: Our Lady of the Rosary Higher Secondary School, GOA
Question: Today is Children’s Day- the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru ji. On this occasion, a French quote from one of Panditji’s letter’s to his daughter Indri comes to my mind: ‘Si jeunesse savait; si vieillesse pouvait!’ If only the young knew, if only the old could! Pandit Nehruji’s words ring true in the present social scenario. An abundance of human resources added to the invaluable experience and knowledge of our older generations can work miracles if efforts are made to bridge the communication gap between the two generations. Children are the Future India, and inspiring messages are often sent out to them: dream, aspire, achieve and work towards your goals. But how can a mal-nourished, impoverished child dream? How can she dream of the infinite distant future when she has to slog-collect scraps of moldy plastic to sell for a meager sum, lift hundreds of bricks per day to face insults and ridicule...the list is endless- all to ensure a paltry square meal a day? Mr. President, ever since our Independence, there seems to be no policy formulation for the holistic development of children, especially girls, despite the fact that we have been celebrating Children’s Day for decades now. Children’s Day would be celebrated in its true spirit only if every single child in our Country has the means to Dream, Develop and Achieve. This would fit in perfectly into Pandit Nehru ji’s dreams of Future India. As I sign off, I am reminded of another timely quote… ‘ We have inherited the World we live in from our Ancestors And have borrowed it from our Children…’ Jai Hind!!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:25 IST.
Name: Shruti Bhatnagar (17 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1 ,Bikaner (Raj)
Question: Seeing the conditions of job opportunities in India today, is BRAIN DRAIN justified from point of view of the individual, the country and the world community ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:18 IST.
Name: Asti (25 years)
School: Cornell University
Question: Dear Dr. Kalam, Do you agree that scientific exploration is as necessary as air and water for the development of the human kind ? Thank you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:17 IST.
Name: shajna a salim (22 years)
School: university college of engineering kariavattom
Question: sir, why dont you marry until yet.hope you will answer this


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:16 IST.
Name: s.muthu (23 years)
School: srm engineering college
Question: sir before asking you my question i would like to express my happiness for the nation which is been governed by an economist and a scientist which is going to take us a roller coaster ride to the top of the world. my question sir: we have the most prestigious institutions in india namely iit's and the iim's.. which intakes the cream of people in india and teach them.. but except a few people all others migrate to US and other countries in "exchange of their brain for money" but i do agree money is essential and important but why dont they remain here and earn it?? all they say is we dont have the infrastructure like foriegn companies and the pay packet is not fat.. but im not convinced with whatever they say.. if they feel that we lag in infrastructure i just cant accept it.. with these infrastructure only they were able to gain all those fat salaries.. if all of them return then we will be the super power but unfortunatly that has not happened so far.. for instance if we take the guyz from iim's they r management guys they themselves can set up a business unit.. why do they want to work for other countries??? overall i feel our nation has set up some classy institutes for technology and management as well but the best brains use it for their own purpose and leave out our country.. on the whole the main vision of the institute is to produce best engineers and managers to take the country to heights but they are taking americans and others to new heights and we still remain as a developing country.. i feel sad for it sir.. but all these can change one day.. and by one man.. its you sir.. if you can give a solution to me as well to this nation .. then im 1000% confident that your dream about india 2020 will come true sir.. give a solution for this sir.. how can we stop this "money for brain" concept sir. always yours, (your wings of fire).


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:15 IST.
Name: sandeep (25 years)
School: GBSSS-No.1 Shakti Nagar, Delhi
Question: Honourable Rashtrapatiji, At 37 years of age I can hardly call myself a ‘student’ but I did not want to miss this opportunity of being able to communicate with you if you so permit. Before I pose my TWO questions to you I would just like to say that even as a child I had always believed that a turn around in the fortunes of India as a nation was sure to come; but as a child obviously it had more to do with my fancy and an innate willingness to see India doing well rather than any understanding of what makes a country move. But now with atleast a limited understanding of such affairs, I feel all the more convinced about a bright future for our great country. However, there is something, which bothers me about our society and my questions are concerning that. I have been fortunate to have lived in France for about 9 months and hence get a first hand insight into their society and to a limited extent, into the societies of their neighbouring countries. The most notable features that have struck me are: firstly, there appears to be no formalised social system in place in our country, which tries to bind people with a common identity of being INDIANS irrespective of their differences of language, culture, religion etc. and secondly, there is no provision of inculcating social courtesies or social discipline in the masses. It is only the teachings of our forefathers, which have been carried forward by word of mouth with in the families or sometimes in schools, which serve to provide the necessary inspiration. There does not appear to be any effort by the government to ‘formalise’ a system or a programme whose goal is to strengthen the spirit of being an Indian or to build a stronger social bond. One only hears such rhetoric on the occasions of Independence Day or the Republic Day but nothing else. I realise that political stability at the national and at state levels is one important pre-requisite for such programmes to be conceived and launched by the governments. I also realise that a lot of things get automatically sorted out once the state of the economy and well-being of the people improves and that despite the recent upswing, there is still a long way to go before the masses can begin to reap the dividends of a performing economy. But here are finally my questions -------- First, IS THERE A PLAN TO LAUNCH ANY PROGRAMME IN THE COUNTRY WHICH AIMS TO BUILD THE SPIRIT OF NATIONALISM IN THE CITIZENS ? And secondly, ANY ATTEMPT BY THE GOVERNMENT TO INTRODUCE MEANINGFUL SOCIAL EDUCATION WHICH WOULD EDUCATE PEOPLE IN RESPONSIBLE AND COURTEOUS SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR ? I thank you most humbly for sparing your valuable time in reading such a lengthy letter. I apologise for using a forum dedicated to the students and also in case I have brought out something too trivial for a visionary like you. With humblest regards EK BHARAT-VASI , JAI HIND


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:13 IST.
Name: Shruti Bhatnagar (17 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya,Bikaner(Raj.)
Question: Is there any special reason that why most of the scientists have typical long hair like yours ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:12 IST.
Name: Leena Vaijapurkar (19 years)
School: P.P.N.College, Kanpur
Question: Sir, Please suggest,How can we girls contribute in our Mission 2020.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:11 IST.
Name: Kishor (22 years)
School: G.A. College of Commerce, Sangli-416416, Maharashtra
Question: Namskar Honerable APJ Sir, My will is you are be continue in PRESIDENT roll till 2020. Sir you are the our 2nd RASHTRAPITA of DEVELOPING MY INDIA. I am inviting you in my little city JAYSINGPUR - 416101, (MAHARSHTRA). I hope I will receive your reply. Thanks & Regards M. Kishor


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 23:8 IST.
Name: Balamurugan (24 years)
School: Marquette University
Question: Are you doing any research in your area apart from president work?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:53 IST.
Name: Biswajit Samal (21 years)
School: Utkal University High School
Question: How can i will be like u


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:50 IST.
Name: Suyash Misra (18 years)
School: Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir, Allahabad.
Question: Sir, how inclined are you, towards spirituality? And, what is your belief about the ultimate goal of a soul? I hope to receive your reply, sir! Thanks.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:44 IST.
Name: Srinivasa Karthik (16 years)
School: Holy Cross Mat. Hr. Sec. School, Salem, Tamil Nadu
Question: Hon. President Kindly give a "Three Word Mandhra" to be followed by every student of india to enpower our nation and world


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:42 IST.
Name: PRASUN MAJUMDER (25 years)
School: HERAMBA CHANDRA COLLEGE
Question: SIR,I NEED A SOLUTIONSOON.I WAS SELECTED FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT COMMANDANT IN THE BORDER SECURITY FORCE,BUT LISTED IN THE TEMPORARILY UNFIT CATEGORY.LATER ON AFTER THE REMEDICAL EXAMINATION IN DELHI IN 2004,I WAS DELIBERATELY MADE UNFIT ON TWO FALSE GROUNDS BY THE MEDICAL BOARD OF THE CPO.NOW I HAVE FILED A CASE IN THE KOLOKATA HIGH COURT BUT EVEN AFTER ALMOST ONE YEAR AFTER FILING THE CASE I HAVEN'T GOT A SINGLE HEARING.I NEED IMMEDIATE JUSTICE.I REQUEST YOUR KING INTERVENTION SO THAT I CAN GET BACK MY OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE THE NATION THE WAY I WANT.I HOPE YOU WILL KINDLY BRING TO NOTICE MY MAIL AND HELP ME IN EVERY POSSIBLE WAY YOU CAN.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:41 IST.
Name: Gowri Prasanth (16 years)
School: Holy Cross Mat. Hr. Sec. School, Salem, Tamil Nadu
Question: Hon. President How to enpower the Indian Villages ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:40 IST.
Name: Anand S (16 years)
School: Holy Cross Mat. Hr. Sec. School, Salem, Tamil Nadu
Question: Hon. President How to eradicate poverty in India and all over the world ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:38 IST.
Name: Rajarajan (16 years)
School: Holy Cross Mat. Hr. Sec. School, Salem, Tamil Nadu
Question: Hon. President Is there any way to change the education system in India ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:38 IST.
Name: sandip (20 years)
School: college
Question: give information


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:36 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad, (MS)
Question: you being as a muslim do you follow all the commandments shown to us by prophet muhammad(pbuh) in the way of real success& towards allah


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:32 IST.
Name: preeti agrawal (16 years)
School: modern indian school
Question: respected sir,dont u think the government should do something inorder to make the students more focused on studies rather than making them stressed?hope to get reply from u soon.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:32 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad , (MS)
Question: according to you what role does God play in the path of success


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:30 IST.
Name: preeti agrawal (16 years)
School: modern indian school
Question: respected sir,dont u think the government should do something inorder to make the students more focused on studies rather than making them stressed?hope to get reply from u soon.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:30 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college ,a;bad , (MS)
Question: according to you is technology is proving to be boon or curse to human beings


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:29 IST.
Name: karna (12 years)
School: rustmjee international school
Question: marne ka hai kya?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:28 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad , (MS)
Question: do you think by adopting western ideas , india can be called developed nation in proper sense


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:26 IST.
Name: Gracy Mendes (25 years)
School: St Anthonys High School, Chembur
Question: Mr President, I am much older but for this day and always i wish to be a child. What can the govt do to ensure good education as well as ensure employment to every citizen.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:26 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad, (MS)
Question: what do you find most interesting thing in indian people


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:25 IST.
Name: N.Sangeetha (20 years)
School: Sankar Narayanan College Of Arts and Science, Mumbai.
Question: Hi Sir, My Question Follows, Why our country is not yet deleloped like others while we have all the resources starting from natural to manpower.In the last centuries i seen that countries like UK, US and some others were busy in inventions and discoveries, but none of the inventions took place in our country,Why.How can a country with a rich culture and heritage lags in developments.From you autobiography I came to know that the rocket technology started from india by tippu sultan and his photo has been framed at the entrance of NASA,If such matters then why we failed to adopt and develop that technology as upto last decade we are using soviet's rocket technology and even today all our war planes are not integineous.What went wrong with our nation and nationalist. Respected Sir as myself a citizen of india feels its your duty to answer my question as yourself presiednt of india. Thankyou, Yours Lovingly, N.Sangeetha


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:23 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad, (MS)
Question: according to you what is developed india in the real sense


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:21 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, a'bad, (MS)
Question: do you really think india is progressing inspite of curruption and castism and other evils prevaling in our country


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:19 IST.
Name: PIYUSH TRIVEDI (14 years)
School: Carmel Convent School Neemuch (M.P)
Question: sir, as today india is 1st higly corrupted contry so how we can over come by this corruption


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:18 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, aurangabad ,(MS)
Question: according to you is hard work is only key to success


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:15 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, aurangabad , (MS)
Question: why do you have so much love and sympathy towards children , do you find yourself in other children


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:12 IST.
Name: priyanka (22 years)
School: P.A.college of Engineering
Question: Sir, can we (today's children), too can dream of having teachers like Sri Siva Subramanya Iyer( your ideal teacher)? Will such a dream be a reality?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:12 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, aurangabad , (ms)
Question: you were a scientist previously but now the president of india so which one of these professions you like most & is you like to be a scientist why have you become president


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:8 IST.
Name: syed fahad quadri (16 years)
School: maulana azad college, aurangabad , maharashtra
Question: IN TIME OF IMMENSE DIFFICULTIES AND DEVASTATING PROBLEMS WHOM DO YOU REMEMBER AND WHAT KIND OF ATTITUDE YOU HAVE


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 22:4 IST.
Name: priyanka (22 years)
School: P.A.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Question: Sir, compared to your school days, don't you personally feel that todays's children have to bear extra burden of heavy book loads, too much homework, which in fact, hinders the child from thinking beyond his textbooks ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:59 IST.
Name: PrathamNayak (7 years)
School: Niraj Public School
Question: Dear Kalam Uncle, why is that after performing puja we say krishnarpan.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:55 IST.
Name: Lokesh R. Jangid (19 years)
School: S.G.G.S. Institute of Engg. & Technology, Nanded.
Question: Respected Sir, In your book 'Ignited Minds', YOU talk about Role Models. In past, we had people like Tilak, Sardar Patel, Morarji Desai who could serve as Role Models for aspiring politians. But, unfortunately, keeping in view the present scenario of Indian Politics, I feel that there is hardly anyone who can serve as Role Model. Sir, don't YOU feel that Capable, educated youth of India should be inspired to join Politics and try to remove the dirt in politics, thereby ushering in a new era, so that our future generations may consider Politics as their career options?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:52 IST.
Name: Anand Nair (23 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: Respected Sir, This country continues to be so much full of corruption, even when you are the President of this country. Couldn't you do something to detect and severly punish the corrupt in this country. Sir, Justice delayed is Justice denied. Please show some harshness and dont let this country live the way it it doing on its own. Otherwise, the day is not far when many Bhagat Singhs will rise against the administration and the police, that is full of corrupt people and could easily play with the life of an ordinary man. Please do something solid in the duration that you are the President of this country. Thanks & regards Anand Nair Jalandhar City Thanks & regards Anand Nair


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:42 IST.
Name: Lokesh R. Jangid (19 years)
School: S.G.G.S. Institute of Engg. & Technology, Nanded.
Question: Respected Sir, If YOU are asked to mention one single incident/event/phenomenon in Your life which motivated/inspired YOU most, then what would the incident be?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:41 IST.
Name: harshun (8 years)
School: NMS (DPS) Bahrain
Question: Dear Sir I live in Bahrain and we buy Water more costly than petrol. In India we waste water and our great rivers are dirty. For 2020 when I will be young how we will drink water and grow rice.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:41 IST.
Name: Lokesh R. Jangid (19 years)
School: S.G.G.S. Institute of Engg. & Technology, Nanded.
Question: Respected Sir, If YOU are asked to mention one single incident/event/phenomenon in Your life which motivated/inspired YOU most, then what would the incident be?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:38 IST.
Name: Tanveer Singh (6 years)
School: Sacred Heart Convent School Khanna-141401
Question: Honurable president, Namaskar, Will there be a day in India when a child will not be required to go to school at the age of two and half, the pencil will not be forced into their hands, they will not be forced to learn those rhymes which they do not understand? will there be a day when small children like me of 1st standard will not have to appear in six tests in a day. we are overburdened with heavy syllabii, our bags tend to be heavier than us, will there be a day when we will enjoy our childhood playing rather than spending our whole evenings doing learning only. this is the cry of a child of urban India. Thanks for being so nice to us dear President


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:28 IST.
Name: SHANMUGA SUNDARAM.P (16 years)
School: MRR.MAVMM.MATRIC.HR.SEC.SCHOOL
Question: What do you want the Indian youngsters to dream after India became an developed nation?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:26 IST.
Name: Satayajit Mahalik (18 years)
School: OEC (Orissa Engineering College)
Question: Respected Sir, Namaskar. Wishing you a very happy Children’s day to you & to all the children of our country I would like to see, how effective we are working towards solving the biggest problems of our country such as: 1. CORRUPTION 2. POVERTY 3. ILLITRATE 4. Unwanted, uneducated politicians There are other problems in many parts of the countries such as: 1. No Proper roads 2. No Proper infrastructures 3. No Proper/good transportations 4. No Electricity 5. No Drinking Water 6. No schools 7. No Food 8. No communications (TV, Radio, Telephone, Internet others) When can we see all these problems solved and we say proudly we are happy Indians? Wishing you a very happy life forever and thank you and Rediff for giving me chance to write this e-mail to you. Best Regards, Satyajit Mahalik Orissa


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:25 IST.
Name: Satayajit Mahalik (18 years)
School: OEC (Orissa Engineering College)
Question: Respected Sir, Namaskar. Wishing you a very happy Children’s day to you & to all the children of our country I would like to see, how effective we are working towards solving the biggest problems of our country such as: 1. CORRUPTION 2. POVERTY 3. ILLITRATE 4. Unwanted, uneducated politicians There are other problems in many parts of the countries such as: 1. No Proper roads 2. No Proper infrastructures 3. No Proper/good transportations 4. No Electricity 5. No Drinking Water 6. No schools 7. No Food 8. No communications (TV, Radio, Telephone, Internet others) When can we see all these problems solved and we say proudly we are happy Indians? Wishing you a very happy life forever and thank you and Rediff for giving me chance to write this e-mail to you. Best Regards, Satyajit Mahalik Orissa


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:25 IST.
Name: saurabh dugar (25 years)
School: iiswbm
Question: you have brought indian religious thinkers together on one forum... we need more such forums for different groups of people.i beleive a planned national group working and connecting through net and having agreed policies and common vision ... under your guidance and your best friends...


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:23 IST.
Name: santhosh.P (13 years)
School: MRR.MAVMM.MATRIC.HR.SEC.SCHOOL
Question: After retiring from the post of the president of INDIA, what is your future plans?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:20 IST.
Name: saili ajit walawalkar (10 years)
School: new model english school
Question: sir, i want to be like you.Please guide. regards saili


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:20 IST.
Name: saurabh dugar (25 years)
School: iiswbm
Question: sir we need a internet forum moderated by scientists/experts for students of india....can u help..i guess u know about the wikipedia success, google's utility etc. How do you think internet can be used in best way..


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:12 IST.
Name: Durgarani Mahalik (21 years)
School: JITM (Jaganath Institute of Technology & Management)
Question: Respected Sir, Wishing you a very happy Children’s day to you & to all the children of our country You might have received hundreds of thousands of e-mails or questions. I know my this message reaching you either will take time or there might be some corruption in between to send those e-mails from such authorities, who are corrupted to insert their wards or relatives e-mails to you. However I’ve confident that someone will read this information if not by you. I'm not asking any question to you, but may be the same or some of the things I wants to remind you, even though you know these. Our country is growing, but not developed yet. Though we have planned for to become a developed nation, but I doubt the plans are properly implementing. Some of the plans might be implementing as per your knowledge, however I have some concerns, such as how effective these plans are implemented and whether the task force if any are really following up and working seriously? The corruption, which is a major concern to all of us, is still going on every where. The politicians are the biggest worry to our nation, in particularly those who are uneducated, even though some or few are educated, but some of the educated behaves worse than illiterates, because of improper education. We should have proper leaders in each position right from class monitor to school teacher to village leader to minister to a position like yours. I request you to make such a rule, so that each leader before becoming should think twice to become leader or contest for any KIND of post right from childhood position to the leader of any age, any stage and any level. I strongly believed, education is the first step for eradicating any kind of disease, whether it is corruption, poverty, illiterate, terrorism, angriness, or any related health problems. Our Farmers are not paid properly even though some others enjoyed the full benefits of their hard earn corps. Our labours aren't properly paid, inspite of their hard work. Our police officers are still not paid properly I think so, as I can see they still use bamboo sticks, or the old guns/riffles to control the law and order of our country. Our soldiers are still using very old weapons. I think this has to be taken cared by you as a good president of our country. My brother used to talk all these things in our home and he used teach us, how we should work hard to survive in this difficult and clumsy world, where we face all kind of social problems, which are not taken care by our own society and our own leaders. Even he used to give example of air, land and other pollutions, which are seen everyday in our ways, in the road, in the play ground, in the bus or in any public places, including toilets. Why there are no such advertisements in any TV, Radio, or other Medias? I'm sorry if it is there, but I haven't seen any where. At least they should educate people, how to use public properties, in particularly not throwing tit-buts here and there, spitting here and there, improper use of public toilets, avoiding air all kind of pollutions. Even though we study in our school and colleges, but many of us never implemented this. Practical examples are very important to all the educated or uneducated people to know the importance of living in the society and living peacefully and happily forever. I have so many things to write, and if I write I feel like writing stories of all these problems and issues, some of these are still not covered here, even though the topics are not coming one after other and I'm mixing it everywhere. Sir, however my message to you is clear I guess so. Sorry if I wrote a very lengthy e-mail to you. Even though I'm never contacted, but if my message reached to you and it is implemented, I'll be more than happy. Wishing you a very happy life forever and thank you and Rediff for giving me chance to write this e-mail to you. Best Regards, Durgarani Mahalik Orissa jhuni_mahalik@rediffmail.com


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:10 IST.
Name: Ninad (11 years)
School: Jasudben M.L School
Question: How can we make India the BEST??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:10 IST.
Name: Durgarani Mahalik (21 years)
School: JITM (Jaganath Institute of Technology & Management)
Question: Respected Sir, Wishing you a very happy Children’s day to you & to all the children of our country You might have received hundreds of thousands of e-mails or questions. I know my this message reaching you either will take time or there might be some corruption in between to send those e-mails from such authorities, who are corrupted to insert their wards or relatives e-mails to you. However I’ve confident that someone will read this information if not by you. I'm not asking any question to you, but may be the same or some of the things I wants to remind you, even though you know these. Our country is growing, but not developed yet. Though we have planned for to become a developed nation, but I doubt the plans are properly implementing. Some of the plans might be implementing as per your knowledge, however I have some concerns, such as how effective these plans are implemented and whether the task force if any are really following up and working seriously? The corruption, which is a major concern to all of us, is still going on every where. The politicians are the biggest worry to our nation, in particularly those who are uneducated, even though some or few are educated, but some of the educated behaves worse than illiterates, because of improper education. We should have proper leaders in each position right from class monitor to school teacher to village leader to minister to a position like yours. I request you to make such a rule, so that each leader before becoming should think twice to become leader or contest for any KIND of post right from childhood position to the leader of any age, any stage and any level. I strongly believed, education is the first step for eradicating any kind of disease, whether it is corruption, poverty, illiterate, terrorism, angriness, or any related health problems. Our Farmers are not paid properly even though some others enjoyed the full benefits of their hard earn corps. Our labours aren't properly paid, inspite of their hard work. Our police officers are still not paid properly I think so, as I can see they still use bamboo sticks, or the old guns/riffles to control the law and order of our country. Our soldiers are still using very old weapons. I think this has to be taken cared by you as a good president of our country. My brother used to talk all these things in our home and he used teach us, how we should work hard to survive in this difficult and clumsy world, where we face all kind of social problems, which are not taken care by our own society and our own leaders. Even he used to give example of air, land and other pollutions, which are seen everyday in our ways, in the road, in the play ground, in the bus or in any public places, including toilets. Why there are no such advertisements in any TV, Radio, or other Medias? I'm sorry if it is there, but I haven't seen any where. At least they should educate people, how to use public properties, in particularly not throwing tit-buts here and there, spitting here and there, improper use of public toilets, avoiding air all kind of pollutions. Even though we study in our school and colleges, but many of us never implemented this. Practical examples are very important to all the educated or uneducated people to know the importance of living in the society and living peacefully and happily forever. I have so many things to write, and if I write I feel like writing stories of all these problems and issues, some of these are still not covered here, even though the topics are not coming one after other and I'm mixing it everywhere. Sir, however my message to you is clear I guess so. Sorry if I wrote a very lengthy e-mail to you. Even though I'm never contacted, but if my message reached to you and it is implemented, I'll be more than happy. Wishing you a very happy life forever and thank you and Rediff for giving me chance to write this e-mail to you. Best Regards, Durgarani Mahalik Orissa jhuni_mahalik@rediffmail.com


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:9 IST.
Name: Jigar Patel (aeronautical) (19 years)
School: S.V.I.T
Question: Hi what to say your great I name a fellow APJ in our class of T.Y AERO SVIT NO QUE


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:8 IST.
Name: Priyachary (23 years)
School: bhaktavatsalam memorial college for women -
Question: Hello Mr.President, Am actually working currently as a software engineer and am proud to say that am an Indian..coz i could see india shining in almost all fields. but i jus have one wish to see india to be looked dull when it comes for terrorism and corruption. we are looking forward for a terror and corruption free country. We are with you always. Tell us we will help you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:8 IST.
Name: Tvisha (13 years)
School: Jasudben M.L School
Question: How can we (children) help in the advancement of India?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:7 IST.
Name: ambika (25 years)
School: maharani
Question: This is my second question. You have been always addressed as 200 % Indian , can you please explain me what in words means "to being an indian".


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:5 IST.
Name: ZOHRA SAFDARI (13 years)
School: THE INDIAN HIGH SCHOOL DUBAI
Question: Respected Mr. President, what should be the priority for us the coming generation. 1) device mehtods for population control. 2.) Medical facilites for one and all. 3.) Education for all with vocational or technical training. What should the students of my age pursue to attain the vision of India the superpower . happy childrens day. Zohra safdari.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:5 IST.
Name: Vinay Kankaria (13 years)
School: Happy Child High School, Guwahati
Question: Sir, It is important that growth in all sector of economy with peoples' prosperity is necessary to become India a prosperous and powerfull Nation but do you think, sir, that simly increasing the vehicles, by way of easy finance by banks etc., on the damaged, narrow, unsafe and highly polluted roads with regular trafic jams in the Cities can give desired result, even in long run, where other aspects are not being given due importance simultaneously or say altogether neglected ? From: Vinay Kankaria C/o J C Kankaria D- 1, Babu Bazar, 3rd Floor, P.O.- GUWAHATI - 781001 (ASSAM)


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:4 IST.
Name: Pragya (15 years)
School: E.M.School
Question: Hello Sir!! The constitution of India has provided reservation to certain casts for their upliftment.Then they too must point for the post.Don't u think it would be sufficient that reservation is provided just for students only i.e they are not recruited on the priority basis to the post of importance if he/she lacks the talent. My point is if one doesn't deserve the post of a proffesor why should he be given the post.. Just to fill the quota of a particular caste. A person with inadequate talent will be hindrance for the students.What the students can gain from him?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:1 IST.
Name: Viswa Subhash Bandhakavi (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 2
Question: When my dream India comes into reality, where, I, would like to see Kalamji in every citizen of India


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:1 IST.
Name: ambika (25 years)
School: maharani
Question: Inspite of having so many diificulties in the early period of your life, you came out as winner ,What was the motivation factor behind your efforts?key to positive thinking.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 21:0 IST.
Name: Manas Sarma (25 years)
School: Centre of plasma physics, Sonapur Guwahati 782 402
Question: Dear sir, your vision for India by 2020 is to make it a superpower nation. Can we expect it within the stipulated time frame with the current developement of our country ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:54 IST.
Name: SHANMUGA SUNDARAM.P (16 years)
School: MRR.MAVMM.Matric.Hr.Sec.School
Question: Why did you fix the year 2020 as the limit for India to become a developed nation? Why can't we do it before the year 2020?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:51 IST.
Name: ruchi shah (20 years)
School: NIFD,21 lindsay street kolkata
Question: sir, you have dreamed India to be one of those developed countries by 2020, how much progress do you think it has been fulfilled upto this year 2005


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:51 IST.
Name: subhajit paul (20 years)
School: st.edmund's college,shillong
Question: dear sir, i am a great admirer of you and your profession.i am going to study aerospace engg. in embry-riddle aeronautical university,usa.i want to know that is there any scope for me to go for research in india itself? as i am fatherless i really look up to you to guide me now.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:50 IST.
Name: Tarun Tripathy (16 years)
School: Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan - Chennai
Question: Respected President , I have developed a product which can protect people & machinery from fault currents surge current & lightning & it is a product which has a longest life buried inside the earth , i would request the government of INDIA to recognize this product which has passed it's Test with flying colors in CPRI Banglore. Awaiting your positive response regarding this product for the benefit of THE PEOPLES OF THIS GLOBE & Particularly the people of INDIA . Thanking You , Regards Tarun Tripathy .


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:50 IST.
Name: R.Ranjan Chaturvedi (25 years)
School: Gorakhpur Univercity
Question: Respected Sir, I Want to Join With Inadian Airforce But it Could Not Happen, Due to some Financial Problem I am doing Private Job.Now I Want to Know that How I Can Complete My Dreams I Want to do Something for Country. Thanking You with regards. Ranjan Chaturvedi.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:46 IST.
Name: Ramanan (25 years)
School: Sheffield Hallam University
Question: Dear President, I am deeply passionate about being a part of your development team in achieving Vision 2020. I request you to kindly let me know the procedure in becoming part of your development team for accomplishing the vision 2020. I am more interested in implementing it. Thank you very much, Anbudan Ramanan


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:44 IST.
Name: Surbhi Malpani (22 years)
School: M.B.M.Engineering College,Jodhpur
Question: The issue that I would like to raise with you is that the salary given out to the lectures is very low in comparison to the other professionals especially in the IT sector. As a result there is a dearth of talented people in this job. The aftermath of this is students suffer both in regular curriculum and those who are having a research inclination in the absence of proper guidance. As a result, most of our talent having a research inclination goes to USA and UK first to study and finally they settle down there. In this scenario won't it be appropriate that the pay package of lecturers is brought at par with other professionals.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:42 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college ,
Question: MOST RESPECTED AND HONOURED KALAM DAD, I , SRIDEEPROY , THINK YOU MY FATHER, RESPECT YOU AND LOVE YOU AS YOU ARE LIKE MY FATHER. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU PENS , BY COURIER IN RASTRAPATI BHAWAN. TODAY I AM ASKING YOU THAT, DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? MY GURUDEB [SPIRITUAL GUIDE - LORD MADHAB IS REGARDED AS INCARNATION. HE IS SOLVING ALL THE PROBLEMS FREE-OF -COST , WITHOUT STONES , SPELL REMUNERATION. HE HAVE CURED MY BRONCHIAL ASTHMA , JUST BY SPIRIUAL TOUCH ON MY FOREHEAD ONLY ONCE. ALREADY ALL INDIA PRESS CONFERENCE HELD REGARDING THIS MATTER. HE IS RENDERING SERVICE TO HUMANITY. HE PREDICTED THAT MR. SOURAV GANGULY , FORMER INDIAN CAPTAIN , HAVE 15, OOO RUNS AND THE MOST SUCESSFUL CAPTAIN WILL GET BACK HIS CAPTAINCY , AFTER THE LIFTING OF SIX -ONE -DAY INTERNATIONAL MATCH. EXACTLY THE SAME THING HAPPENED . COUPLE OF MONTHS BACK , HE HAVE GOT BACK HIS CAPTAINCY. OUR GLPORIOUS COUNTRY INDIA IS CONTINUOUSLY FACING SOMUCH PROBLEMS. INDIA IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS VERY UNFORTUNATE THAT, NUISANCE LIKE EXPLOSION IN DELHI HAPPENED RECENTLY. SO I , THINKING YOU MY FATHER IS REQUESTING YOU , TO GET IN TOUCH WITH LORD MADHAB , [PHONE NUMBER OF LORD MADHAB- 033-25297780.]BY YOUR PERSONAL ASSISTANTONLY ONCE, , I AM ASSURING YOU THAT , THINGS WILL MOVE IN THE OTHER WAY , AS FAR AS INDIA IS CONCERNED , IN ALL THE SPHERES. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU THE PHOTO OF LORD MADHAB.IN ATTACHMENT IN E-MAIL. IN YOUR [E-mail id-[presidentofindia@rb.nic.in]]. BUT I AM VERY MUCH DEPRESSED AND DISHEARTENED AS I DONOT GET ANY REPLY FROM YOUR END YET. PLEASE KINDLY GIVE ME REPLY THIS TIME ATLEAST . RECENTLY I HAve SEND YOU MY ARTICLE IN "TELEGRAH",[dated 16th OCTOBER 2005]IN MY PET NAME-SAYAK RAY.[e-mailid-sayakray@rediffmail.com].PLESE KINDLY ANSWER MY E-MAIL , THIS TIME AS I WILL WAIT FOR IT EAGERLY.I AM ASKING YOU DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? AND SPIRITUALITY IS REQUIRED TO BE A VERY GOOD AND HONEST STUDENT? THANKING YOU , YOUR"S FAITH FULLY, SRIDEEPROYPLEASEANSWER ME IN MY E-MAIL ID- srideeproy@rediffmail.com all the problem of our glorious country india will besolved , if you contact with lord madhab. please kindly me in childrensday. i am your child ,as i think you my father.yu are the best president of india tilldate.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:41 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college ,
Question: MOST RESPECTED AND HONOURED KALAM DAD, I , SRIDEEPROY , THINK YOU MY FATHER, RESPECT YOU AND LOVE YOU AS YOU ARE LIKE MY FATHER. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU PENS , BY COURIER IN RASTRAPATI BHAWAN. TODAY I AM ASKING YOU THAT, DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? MY GURUDEB [SPIRITUAL GUIDE - LORD MADHAB IS REGARDED AS INCARNATION. HE IS SOLVING ALL THE PROBLEMS FREE-OF -COST , WITHOUT STONES , SPELL REMUNERATION. HE HAVE CURED MY BRONCHIAL ASTHMA , JUST BY SPIRIUAL TOUCH ON MY FOREHEAD ONLY ONCE. ALREADY ALL INDIA PRESS CONFERENCE HELD REGARDING THIS MATTER. HE IS RENDERING SERVICE TO HUMANITY. HE PREDICTED THAT MR. SOURAV GANGULY , FORMER INDIAN CAPTAIN , HAVE 15, OOO RUNS AND THE MOST SUCESSFUL CAPTAIN WILL GET BACK HIS CAPTAINCY , AFTER THE LIFTING OF SIX -ONE -DAY INTERNATIONAL MATCH. EXACTLY THE SAME THING HAPPENED . COUPLE OF MONTHS BACK , HE HAVE GOT BACK HIS CAPTAINCY. OUR GLPORIOUS COUNTRY INDIA IS CONTINUOUSLY FACING SOMUCH PROBLEMS. INDIA IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS VERY UNFORTUNATE THAT, NUISANCE LIKE EXPLOSION IN DELHI HAPPENED RECENTLY. SO I , THINKING YOU MY FATHER IS REQUESTING YOU , TO GET IN TOUCH WITH LORD MADHAB , [PHONE NUMBER OF LORD MADHAB- 033-25297780.]BY YOUR PERSONAL ASSISTANTONLY ONCE, , I AM ASSURING YOU THAT , THINGS WILL MOVE IN THE OTHER WAY , AS FAR AS INDIA IS CONCERNED , IN ALL THE SPHERES. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU THE PHOTO OF LORD MADHAB.IN ATTACHMENT IN E-MAIL. IN YOUR [E-mail id-[presidentofindia@rb.nic.in]]. BUT I AM VERY MUCH DEPRESSED AND DISHEARTENED AS I DONOT GET ANY REPLY FROM YOUR END YET. PLEASE KINDLY GIVE ME REPLY THIS TIME ATLEAST . RECENTLY I HAve SEND YOU MY ARTICLE IN "TELEGRAH",[dated 16th OCTOBER 2005]IN MY PET NAME-SAYAK RAY.[e-mailid-sayakray@rediffmail.com].PLESE KINDLY ANSWER MY E-MAIL , THIS TIME AS I WILL WAIT FOR IT EAGERLY.I AM ASKING YOU DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? AND SPIRITUALITY IS REQUIRED TO BE A VERY GOOD AND HONEST STUDENT? THANKING YOU , YOUR"S FAITH FULLY, SRIDEEPROYPLEASEANSWER ME IN MY E-MAIL ID- srideeproy@rediffmail.com all the problem of our glorious country india will besolved , if you contact with lord madhab. please kindly me in childrensday. i am your child ,as i think you my father.yu are the best president of india tilldate.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:41 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college ,
Question: MOST RESPECTED AND HONOURED KALAM DAD, I , SRIDEEPROY , THINK YOU MY FATHER, RESPECT YOU AND LOVE YOU AS YOU ARE LIKE MY FATHER. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU PENS , BY COURIER IN RASTRAPATI BHAWAN. TODAY I AM ASKING YOU THAT, DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? MY GURUDEB [SPIRITUAL GUIDE - LORD MADHAB IS REGARDED AS INCARNATION. HE IS SOLVING ALL THE PROBLEMS FREE-OF -COST , WITHOUT STONES , SPELL REMUNERATION. HE HAVE CURED MY BRONCHIAL ASTHMA , JUST BY SPIRIUAL TOUCH ON MY FOREHEAD ONLY ONCE. ALREADY ALL INDIA PRESS CONFERENCE HELD REGARDING THIS MATTER. HE IS RENDERING SERVICE TO HUMANITY. HE PREDICTED THAT MR. SOURAV GANGULY , FORMER INDIAN CAPTAIN , HAVE 15, OOO RUNS AND THE MOST SUCESSFUL CAPTAIN WILL GET BACK HIS CAPTAINCY , AFTER THE LIFTING OF SIX -ONE -DAY INTERNATIONAL MATCH. EXACTLY THE SAME THING HAPPENED . COUPLE OF MONTHS BACK , HE HAVE GOT BACK HIS CAPTAINCY. OUR GLPORIOUS COUNTRY INDIA IS CONTINUOUSLY FACING SOMUCH PROBLEMS. INDIA IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS VERY UNFORTUNATE THAT, NUISANCE LIKE EXPLOSION IN DELHI HAPPENED RECENTLY. SO I , THINKING YOU MY FATHER IS REQUESTING YOU , TO GET IN TOUCH WITH LORD MADHAB , [PHONE NUMBER OF LORD MADHAB- 033-25297780.]BY YOUR PERSONAL ASSISTANTONLY ONCE, , I AM ASSURING YOU THAT , THINGS WILL MOVE IN THE OTHER WAY , AS FAR AS INDIA IS CONCERNED , IN ALL THE SPHERES. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU THE PHOTO OF LORD MADHAB.IN ATTACHMENT IN E-MAIL. IN YOUR [E-mail id-[presidentofindia@rb.nic.in]]. BUT I AM VERY MUCH DEPRESSED AND DISHEARTENED AS I DONOT GET ANY REPLY FROM YOUR END YET. PLEASE KINDLY GIVE ME REPLY THIS TIME ATLEAST . RECENTLY I HAve SEND YOU MY ARTICLE IN "TELEGRAH",[dated 16th OCTOBER 2005]IN MY PET NAME-SAYAK RAY.[e-mailid-sayakray@rediffmail.com].PLESE KINDLY ANSWER MY E-MAIL , THIS TIME AS I WILL WAIT FOR IT EAGERLY.I AM ASKING YOU DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? AND SPIRITUALITY IS REQUIRED TO BE A VERY GOOD AND HONEST STUDENT? THANKING YOU , YOUR"S FAITH FULLY, SRIDEEPROYPLEASEANSWER ME IN MY E-MAIL ID- srideeproy@rediffmail.com all the problem of our glorious country india will besolved , if you contact with lord madhab. please kindly me in childrensday. i am your child ,as i think you my father.yu are the best president of india tilldate.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:39 IST.
Name: Mohitjeet Singh Virk (15 years)
School: Army School, Ambala Cantt
Question: Sir, Any way to reform India's politicians, I think Sir you can give them a class.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:38 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college ,
Question: MOST RESPECTED AND HONOURED KALAM DAD, I , SRIDEEPROY , THINK YOU MY FATHER, RESPECT YOU AND LOVE YOU AS YOU ARE LIKE MY FATHER. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU PENS , BY COURIER IN RASTRAPATI BHAWAN. TODAY I AM ASKING YOU THAT, DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? MY GURUDEB [SPIRITUAL GUIDE - LORD MADHAB IS REGARDED AS INCARNATION. HE IS SOLVING ALL THE PROBLEMS FREE-OF -COST , WITHOUT STONES , SPELL REMUNERATION. HE HAVE CURED MY BRONCHIAL ASTHMA , JUST BY SPIRIUAL TOUCH ON MY FOREHEAD ONLY ONCE. ALREADY ALL INDIA PRESS CONFERENCE HELD REGARDING THIS MATTER. HE IS RENDERING SERVICE TO HUMANITY. HE PREDICTED THAT MR. SOURAV GANGULY , FORMER INDIAN CAPTAIN , HAVE 15, OOO RUNS AND THE MOST SUCESSFUL CAPTAIN WILL GET BACK HIS CAPTAINCY , AFTER THE LIFTING OF SIX -ONE -DAY INTERNATIONAL MATCH. EXACTLY THE SAME THING HAPPENED . COUPLE OF MONTHS BACK , HE HAVE GOT BACK HIS CAPTAINCY. OUR GLPORIOUS COUNTRY INDIA IS CONTINUOUSLY FACING SOMUCH PROBLEMS. INDIA IS THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS VERY UNFORTUNATE THAT, NUISANCE LIKE EXPLOSION IN DELHI HAPPENED RECENTLY. SO I , THINKING YOU MY FATHER IS REQUESTING YOU , TO GET IN TOUCH WITH LORD MADHAB , [PHONE NUMBER OF LORD MADHAB- 033-25297780.]BY YOUR PERSONAL ASSISTANTONLY ONCE, , I AM ASSURING YOU THAT , THINGS WILL MOVE IN THE OTHER WAY , AS FAR AS INDIA IS CONCERNED , IN ALL THE SPHERES. SEVARAL TIMES I HAVE SEND YOU THE PHOTO OF LORD MADHAB.IN ATTACHMENT IN E-MAIL. IN YOUR [E-mail id-[presidentofindia@rb.nic.in]]. BUT I AM VERY MUCH DEPRESSED AND DISHEARTENED AS I DONOT GET ANY REPLY FROM YOUR END YET. PLEASE KINDLY GIVE ME REPLY THIS TIME ATLEAST . RECENTLY I HAve SEND YOU MY ARTICLE IN "TELEGRAH",[dated 16th OCTOBER 2005]IN MY PET NAME-SAYAK RAY.[e-mailid-sayakray@rediffmail.com].PLESE KINDLY ANSWER MY E-MAIL , THIS TIME AS I WILL WAIT FOR IT EAGERLY.I AM ASKING YOU DO YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN SPIRITUALISM? AND SPIRITUALITY IS REQUIRED TO BE A VERY GOOD AND HONEST STUDENT? THANKING YOU , YOUR"S FAITH FULLY, SRIDEEPROYPLEASEANSWER ME IN MY E-MAIL ID- srideeproy@rediffmail.com


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:31 IST.
Name: N.Ravi Babu (22 years)
School: IIT Madras
Question: Any where we go in India we see corruption. And many a times middle class people have no other go than to succumb to that . Is there no end to this??? Can we see corrupt free INDIA? Many people want to fight corruption but someway or the other in many circumstances they are succumed to that depending on the need cos they are not financially sound to fight. Whats the solution to this? Thanks for this facility.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:31 IST.
Name: SETHURAMAN BHARATH (18 years)
School: IIT ROORKEE
Question: Sir,currently there are only two major global manufacturers of commercial aircrafts namely, Boeing and Airbus.Can't we too start an Aircraft manufacturing company soon?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:19 IST.
Name: pinu (25 years)
School: anna university
Question: I think you should change u r view on capital punishment as we need strong Law and order to maintain this vast population...Pls Suggest


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:13 IST.
Name: dipak patil (22 years)
School: university of hyderabad
Question: some students goes abroad when comlpetion of thier education in top institute like iits & central universities during that period they receive scholarship upto 9000 per month &they go outside ,settle there so why you cant make rule that you should work in india upto 1 or 2 year or sign bond that after ur higher study u come back &do some thing for nation .i ask this question because many people that goes have great power but they not use there knowledge for improve power of India in technology &science


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:11 IST.
Name: Vigneshwar.M (17 years)
School: BVB , Erode
Question: Dear Sir, When will education for every child become a right, a duty and most importantly a reality? What role can students play to achieve this objective? Regards Vigneshwar.M XII std BVB , Erode


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:9 IST.
Name: G.N.SHESHAGIRI (16 years)
School: K.V.Y VIDYA KIRAN PU COLLEGE
Question: HELLO SIR WE LACK UNITY IN OUR NATION BECAUSE OF THIS POLITICS


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:7 IST.
Name: Vigneshwar (16 years)
School: BVB Matric and HSC ,Erode
Question: Dear sir, Is our vision of India 2020 on track? If it has deviated then by how much? How do we propose to tackle the obstacles that are on the way? Regards Vigneshwar.M XII Std BVB , Erode


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:6 IST.
Name: s.Balamurugan (16 years)
School: GHS,Uranipuram
Question: We children, still living in the villages of India, have started to dream high according to your wish.Still my dreams are just dreams bcoz I am still seen and called by the name of my caste!What is the mistake I did to be called so?Please pray along with me sir, to eradicate the sense of castesim in our India!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:5 IST.
Name: harpreet (24 years)
School: N.i.T. jalandhar
Question: What do you think can be the method to increase the no. of teachers, workers, employees in punjab, and maintain the pay of all these departments at the same time?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:4 IST.
Name: G.N.SHESHAGIRI (16 years)
School: K.V.T VIDYA KIRAN PU COLLEGE
Question: THE KASHMIR WHICH IS OCCUPIED BY PAKISTAN IS AFFECTED BY EARTHQUAKE AND WE HAVE KNOW THAT WE ARE HOT FAVOURITE ENEMY OF THEM STILL WE ARE HELPING THEM BECAUSE OF EARTHQUAKE,WHY??????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:3 IST.
Name: Nikhil Manohar Turaga (14 years)
School: St. Anthony's School
Question: Dear Sir I would like your opinion on the present political system full of bias, jealousy and corruption will get wiped away in India. Why all the Scam tainted political leaders still rule the state or centre. Is that so that the basic qualification for becoming a politician is who does not have any character. When will Indian Political scenario will change for the better and become accountable for all their misdeeds. Thanking You Yours Truly T.N. Manohar


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: narasimha rao (23 years)
School: guntur medical college guntur andhra pradesh
Question: respected sir cant the standard of medical education in our country be improved it is deteriorating day by day please do some thing to improve the condition thanking you yours respectfully narasimha rao


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: Vaibhav Jain (24 years)
School: S.D.College
Question: Respected Sir, I feel very Proud & Glad that you are the president of india and i am the citizen of this country. Respected Sir, only one question is that Ques: Sir, today every body is talking about india by 2020. Sir, Is it just a dream or can it be achieved with 100% employment & literacy in this political environment.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: rahul.h (18 years)
School: PESSE, bangalore
Question: respected sir, i have great regard for u as a self made individual my question to you is with regard to capital punishment..wat are the criterions you look at when a criminal requests you to over rule the death penalty given to him by the supreme court. I dont think any justification given by the criminal can be accepted and hence forth exempt him from the punishment he deservs!!! nothing can be done about the damgae he has caused to the society and he has to pay the penalty for it! i accept capital punishment is a violation of human rights but i feel its needed to protect the well being of the citizens and the society. henceforth what convinces you or provokes you to pardon a criminal and over rules his punishment?? wishing you good health and well being..yours truely rahul.h..thank you for this opportunity! peace to all!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: Amit Dutta (24 years)
School: NITIE, Mumbai
Question: Respected Sir The Government spends lakhs of rupees on students studying in centres of excellence like NITIE, IITs, IIMs. Dont you think it is feasible to actually have a bond with these students,like me, to ensure somehow that we repay in some way or the other to our motherland and not be mere pawns in big multinationals abroad.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: NA Karikalan (20 years)
School: GHSS, Pattukottai
Question: Will the dream of nationalising rivers become true before you retire from your presidentship?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 20:0 IST.
Name: Ritwick K. Mahashabde (14 years)
School: R.J.E.M.high School, Nashik.
Question: Respected Sir, 1] How can I become Dr. Kalam? 2] How can I contribute for the development of our Nation from now onwards?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:59 IST.
Name: C.SUBASHREE SHIVANI (6 years)
School: THAKUR PUBLIC SCHOOL
Question: Dear Uncle, I want to live in a developed and corruption free country. Will it possible?. When my dream will become a real one?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:58 IST.
Name: rahul.hariharan (18 years)
School: PESSE,bangalore
Question: respected sir, i have great regard for u as a self made individual my question to you is with regard to capital punishment..wat are the criterions you look at when a criminal requests you to over rule the death penalty given to him by the supreme court. I dont think any justification given by the criminal can be accepted and hence forth exempt him from the punishment he deservs!!! nothing can be done about the damgae he has caused to the society and he has to pay the penalty for it! i accept capital punishment is a violation of human rights but i feel its needed to protect the well being of the citizens and the society. henceforth what convinces you or provokes you to pardon a criminal and over rules his punishment?? wishing you good health and well being..yours truely rahul.h..thank you for this opportunity! peace to all!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:58 IST.
Name: anjani (24 years)
School: samtel engineering services
Question: hi sir namaste to u what is ur opinion to suppress the internal naxalism. i mean is government having too much concern for that? as it is spreading very fast and we cannot expect a great and developed india with fear and terror in us. though some regions like metros are developing rapidly,but villages are gitting disturb due to naxalism.people are fearing to even help someone. please look into it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:55 IST.
Name: Thangavelu (24 years)
School: VLB Janakiammal College of Engg & Tech
Question: Please Don't Publish this question. Sir, i like u a lot, really i like u a lot but the thing is that i know about you only a small. sorry for that. i would like to tell about myself, i completed my MCA just now in june 2005 and now staying in Bangalore for job search. i was really fed up of job search. i attended mphasis and cleared written test but failed in group discussion. i attended oracle cleared written test failed in technical interview. i don't know when will i get job. iam in need of job as because i have more than 2 lakhs loan to be paid. iam sending this message to u as because i need some hopeful words from you to recharge myself. ok...i think iam boring you by telling my feelings...i will come to questions 1)how you got with that long hair style?. does it have any special reason? 2) how can i get to a good position in my life.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:55 IST.
Name: pushpen (23 years)
School: IIT Kgp
Question: First of all i want to say that you have been a role for me and I'm sure for the millions of students across India as well. But i was disappointed by one of your recent action,that of dissolving the Bihar assembly in the dead of the night that too in Russia. As a humble citizen of India may I ask you what prompted you to accept the dissolution of Bihar assembly under such circumstances? I'm sure you must be having some good reasons .Please come clean so that no one is able to point a finger at you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:54 IST.
Name: prasanna bhagwan (20 years)
School: osmania university
Question: almost all the INDIANS are suffering from the neligence of the government , like bad roads , ill maintained government hospitals , no water current supply , even after paying heavy taxes , dont u think we citizens should be given a free right to SUE the government for not doing their duty . Because i think unless we do so goverment, and government servents will never work, but just take salary and be present on 31st to take salary, IF SUEING the govt will be made possible and hassle free then we can stop corruption from the grass root level.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:52 IST.
Name: Nirali Shah (15 years)
School: D.L.A Academy for little people,Ahmedabad
Question: Sir, I am Nirali Shah (badminton champ)and I want your e-mail id.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:52 IST.
Name: Mohan Damu (25 years)
School: University of Tennessee
Question: Respected Mr.President, I am pursuing a PHD in Mechanical Engg. in the US. 1.How do you think working in a Research Institute in INDIA is more challenging than that in the US? -Thank you, Mohan Damu.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:51 IST.
Name: mahita arisetty (17 years)
School: 11th std,VIZAG,AP
Question: sir,first of all i thank u for giving such an oppurtunity for the students,the golden oppurtunity which we didnot think we will get.sir,my schooling was in a boarding school.when my seniors were bid farewell,our co-ordinator asked our headboy about his future plans.he said that he want to become the president of india.there was a big applause for him.from this i want u to know how much students like u.sir,u r a wonderful author.ur books were inspirational.finally my query is that,u have a great vision for india.are u sure that it is happening?as u know a lot of money is spent for single day parliament session,with which around 5 middle class families can survive for more than a week.is it right for the leaders to walkout of the session?and the corruption is increasing day by day.now the issue of natwar singh,ex minister.he belong to the ruling party,are u sure that he is not a part of anyother scandal.and the issue of bihar govt,are u sure that a common man is able to vote,the whole country knows what is happening there.being the president of the largest democracy in the world,can't u do something other than dissolving th current govt& calling for elections.are u sure that our pm manmohansinghji,is able to take decisions by his own.when can people see a politician working for the people?when do we have our youth wanting to come into politics because it is free from corruption?another query,when the IIT's of our country are rated among the top three institutions in world,WHEN THE QUALITY OF OUR EDUCATION IS HIGH,WHY DO WE HAVE A PROBLEM OF BRAINDRAIN?WHY CAN'T THE GOVT COMPANIES AFFORD THE SALARIES WHICH A PRIVATE COMPANY CAN GIVE?BECAUSE MY BROTHER WANTS TO GO TO US FOR HIS JOB.IT IS BECAUSE THE PRESENT GENERATION BELIEVE THAT U CNNOT HAVE A BETTER LIFE OTHER THAN IN US,UK.....WHY NOT INDIA?THE REASON IS CORRUPTION.WHY DON'T U TRY TO DO SOMETHING TO STOP THIS.I KNOW NO OTHER PRESIDENT HAVE DONE WHAT U HAVE DONE IN THE EARLY STAGE OF UR TERM AS PRESIDENT,BUT STILL PLEASE DO SOMETHING&SUGGEST WHAT SHOULD B DONE.SIR,I WANT TO MEET U SIR.I LIVE IN VISAKHAPATNAM,WHERE U WILL BE VISITING IN COMING FEBRUARY,CAN I MEET U DURING THAT PERIOD.SIR,PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE GRANT ME THIS SMALL WISH.THANK U SIR.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:51 IST.
Name: K AMMI REDDY (25 years)
School: N I T , ROURKELA
Question: Sir, A lot of program is going on to educate children.But many of them are not running sucessful due to careless of the authority.Sir Do you think that all the children below age of 15 year will be in the school by 2020 ? What steps are you going to take to solve the problem ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:49 IST.
Name: Dr. Saptagiri (24 years)
School: GMC Nagpur
Question: Sir, How can we provide FREE Tertiary Health care to poor lot of our country ? Are u planning to do something for it ? Sir, I am a fresh doctor now strugling for the MS seat ! Plz reply !


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:49 IST.
Name: Shashi Mouli (22 years)
School: S.S.V.V
Question: Sir,Don't you think this is a huge loss for the country.As you are being made President of the country ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:47 IST.
Name: Mrinal Jain (23 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: I read your Book "India 2020".I would like to know how much is the possiblity of the dreams u have seen for the country can fullfilled and how long would it take?Does India really have that much potential.And what r ur views regarding the present political scenario,is it a healthy one to fullfill those dreams


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:47 IST.
Name: Rohi Singhal (20 years)
School: Agra College Agra
Question: Respected Sir Please tell me that there should be 3 Board (ICSE,CBSE& UP board)uptill intermediate and after in college there should be only one board. And there should be too difference in all three board. And for admission there should be too differ in percentage. so there should be too difficult for admission so if there should be also three board for college otherwise up board student gets too difficulties face and not take admission in good collrge. yours truly rohit


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:46 IST.
Name: Mrinal Jain (23 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: I read your Book "India 2020".I would like to know how much is the possiblity of the dreams u have seen for the country can fullfilled and how long would it take?Does India really have that much potential.And what r ur views regarding the present political scenario,is it a healthy one to fullfill those dreams


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:46 IST.
Name: Vineet (20 years)
School: R K Arya college
Question: Why is India such a wek country to give assurance to a small country like portugal for not giving death penalty to Abu Salem who has killed Hundereds in India and id even admitting it?? R we just amongst those who r happy and get the orgasmic feel when US says india is a upcoming power


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:45 IST.
Name: Surbhi Vij (19 years)
School: RMK Engineering College, Anna University,Tamilnadu
Question: Respected Sir!!!!!!!!!! Do u think in todays world , the SC& ST & Other Backward castes shuld be given so high percentage of reservation wat they get today in INdia???? Especially in Chennai, 70% reservation is given to undeserving candidates.?????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:45 IST.
Name: Sumeet Sharma (18 years)
School: Wilson College
Question: Mr. President, Instead of building expensive dams that damage beyond repair the nations enviorment, would it not be better to invest in nuclear energy along with drip irrigation.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: Dhipragya (25 years)
School: D A V SIWAN
Question: Sir, I read a scientific novel in 1998-99 by an Indian author. later on this year in jan i got to know that Americans r working on the concepts given in THat novel. Why dont our system used to do these thing n is there any thing going on for this here.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: SHAUKAT ALI (22 years)
School: Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology muzaffarpur Bihar
Question: President Sir, i am an civil engineering student of M.I.T. Muzaffar pur . As you know that technical education of Bihar is much poor than other state,here only Two state gov. engineering college and four private.But condition of My engineering college is bad than a high school ,beacouse of miss handling of state gov.If we can't be a good engineer howcan i help you to your 2020 vission?Here lab not like a engineering college and faclty is not suficiant .what can you do for this poor sate engineering college .As you know this engg. college was established by CHACHA NEHRU ,so Please work for this college UNCLE KALAM.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:43 IST.
Name: syed (16 years)
School: Al-ameen college
Question: Hello sir. would you please visit to Bangalore.to encourage us regarding our studies.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:41 IST.
Name: vikash (25 years)
School: CCS university Meerut UP
Question: Respected Sir, this is bring 2 ur kind noctice may be this msg is not related with study still if my reques can reach u , I m in love with one bulgarin girl and i like 2 bring her here with me, she was teacher ther can she continue this job here 2 i mean in some university , she is gud in bulgarian, german and english language, i was not find any way 2 ask this but plz if it can possible undergo my request , hope this msg reach u and u suggest me something for our life, may god bless u sir...


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:41 IST.
Name: Adithya Narayanan (19 years)
School: Sri Sai Ram College of Engineering
Question: Its clearly evident that Political system is plagued with deadly venoms of corruption and lathargicness. I am a firm believer of Students initiative to reform Indian politics. What must we do/need to start such an Important task? Is a network of students a solution or anything else.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:40 IST.
Name: Anish (25 years)
School: St. John's, London
Question: Dear Sir, its a pleasure getting a chance to talk. Sir my question is why is that inspite of having this variety of brains in India we dont have a infrastructure a set up to make India the most deleoped country and why is all brains going abroad to work obvious it is people arent getting chnace to spread their knowledge, sir in this case do you see the government responsible that people are unable to display their knowledge and work abroad for attaining satisfaction for their knowledge? why is govt not helping to build a set up int filed of IT, Telecom, BPO, Construction, etc which are the Industries helping development. Thak You, Anish.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: Sumeet Sharma (18 years)
School: Wilson College
Question: Mr. President, Ever since independence the teaching methods have not changed much, so what steps do you suggest for the overall improvement in the education system of the nation.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: rahul (19 years)
School: nirma university, ahmedabad
Question: respected sir, sir i would like to know till when the roles performed by the president, vice president and governors of state will remain like rubber stamps in our country? why cant they do and have the powers of or like prime(by president)/chief (by governor) minister of the state? why cant they do implement with good projects if they have one or any one tell them? i appologise if i have done any harm to indian constituency or constitution in any way by this question. thank you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: krishna kumar gope , sunny singh (17 years)
School: k.v.bondamunda
Question: i have no money for study


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: Saket Khandelwal (14 years)
School: ST ANNE'S CONVENT SCHOOL
Question: Sir what will be your this children's day gift for the children of India.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:37 IST.
Name: Amey Wadegaonkar (12 years)
School: Golden Kids English School, Camp, Amravati, Maharashtra
Question: What is the material used for construction of launching pad for launching a rocket or satellite launching vehicle, so that it could withstand the temperature and pressure generated during the ignition of rockets? What are other uses of such material.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: NEERAJ PANDEY (25 years)
School: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ROORKEE
Question: RESPECTED SIR SEEING PRESENT DAY SCENERIO OF POLITICS IN INDIA,HOW DO YOU SEE POLITICAL SCENE 10 YRS. FROM NOW?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: Harirajesh (23 years)
School: VEL MULTIMEDIA
Question: Hello Sir, This is Harirajesh. How are you ,I am proud to say that i am an indian.Ok I have read your many things regarding the vision of 2020 , but i think we can achieve this by 2010 or 2011 and even we can be the number one country among the world..I have many ideas for the vision of 2010 or 2011 well if you like me and question regarding this we can chat and you will defitienly appericate me i am sure


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: S. Dharini Iyer (15 years)
School: Yuvashakti Model School
Question: Hello sir! how do u feel when someone say's "Sir u r my role model". had someone said this to u. If not I offer the same sentence 4 u. my friend is coming to meet u 2moro but i didn't get a chance 'coz nobody came to our school for this project. so, what would be ur answer if i say "u r my role model." believe me u r my inpiration.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: Nirali Shah (15 years)
School: D.L.A Academy for little people
Question: Sir, I have a very big dream of becoming a badminton champion and if I tell it to others they laugh at me .Even my parents and relatives.I once sent my question to a counseller but even she ignored me.I study in 10th standard and get 80%-85%.So my parents want me to study very hard and to cut down my time of playing.I plan to take Science field and hope to have a very busy time table (having badminton as a part of my schedule).I don't mind it.I am ready to do anything for my dream.But should I oppose my parents? I have big plans to uplift the position of women behind my dream.I hope you will help me,as you must have faced the same trouble. Thanks, Nirali


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: Ganesh Ram (15 years)
School: ALAGAPPA MATRICULATION, KARAIKUDI
Question: WHY INFRASTRUCTURE IS GIVEN THE LAST PRIORITY.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: vinodh (21 years)
School: BMS college
Question: Is it not necessary to include education as an criteria for politician to stand in an election


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: dushyant khona (13 years)
School: MIT PUNE
Question: When shall the countries major power plants go nuclear?when shall the presidents image in india be recognised as the most responsible one instead of just a puppet by the parliamentary ministers ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: sahil sharma (13 years)
School: cosmic heart school kathua j&K
Question: its great opportunity for me to ask a question from great excellence and head of states. sir, my question is that our state who is right now suffering from terrorism, even more big problems are there then that,i put corruption and unemployment as the biggest of all , our state is in top in terms of corruption, and as there is no MNC's in our state so all educated youths depand on govt. jobs. recentlt u and PM visited our state and denoted huge money to politicans. what i think that it will not reaching fully to the needy persons. so i want to ask u what changes we require to eliminate this corruption from our state and country. I hope u will reply me thanks .


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: Akila.S.Raghavan (15 years)
School: Apeejay School, Noida
Question: Respected Sir, As a girl student studying in class 11, please suggest as to how I can contribute to the society, to improve female literacy in our country.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:32 IST.
Name: Sumeet Sharma (18 years)
School: Wilson College
Question: Mr.President, Do you think that in our rush to become a Global economic power we are temporarily ignoring our problems of poverty, illiteracy and nutrition


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: Ruhani Arora (14 years)
School: Delhi Public School
Question: Respected sir, crime rate is increasing in India and according to me it is due to large economic differences between rich and poor people .so sir I would want to know from you what is the government doing to minimise these differences ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: Javidh Farhan (13 years)
School: Bell School, Tirunelveli.
Question: Respected Sir, I want to become a scientist like you, please tell me how to be one?What all i should study?I also want to meet you, when you come TN. Could i get an invitation that time?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: Sankaranarayanan (20 years)
School: NIT-Calicut
Question: Dear Sir, My warm regards.In your 3 years as the President of India, what do u consider as your major achievement( apart from visiting schools and colleges all over India)?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:30 IST.
Name: Richa Shailendra (19 years)
School: Jai Hind College,Mumbai
Question: Respected Sir, Today Every citizen of India wants to ask certain important questions- · when we talk of India's Economic progress and economic boom nowadays, aren't we clearly seeing the emergence of a Bi-Polar economy? The cities are developing more and more and witnessing a Retail boom, among other things; Whereas the rural India is still starved and waiting with parched throats & disillusioned hopes for the basic necessities of life-atleast in a majority of cases. How can this Bi-Polarity be solved to led India emerge as a Developed Economy in every sense of the word at every level of society? · The Taxation system of India has been creating more problems than solutions. Why is it so complicated? Infact, when thought about it carefully; it actually serves a great purpose for the upper echeleons of the society to accumulate more black money; Whereas for the average Middle class worker, there is no scope to hide anything. Infact, this is how Corruption starts at the very grassroot level. Can anyone expect, say, a Police Constable to lead a decent life at a meagre salary of Rs. 3000 a month in a place like Mumbai? That too after a gruelling day at work for 12-13 continuous hours? The guy has got a family too,isn't it? And our Honourable Ministers continue to rake in the Moolahs like there is no tomorrow! They eat fodder worth thousands of crores of rupees and Not a single Finger points towards them! How long will this situation continue? · Taking this point further, I would also like to state that its no more a secret that our Administrative and Judicial machinery is reeling under the pressures of a system created by the British for their own convenience and Brutal Oppression of Indians. · Why are we still taking these anarchic laws forward? The Induction and training process of our Police and Administrative Officers; The Indian Penal code- were created by the British rulers to rule over us, Isn't it? Can we expect them to think for our good and retain them even after our Independence? We are still going by the same book of Laws which declared Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru and other such Great Freedom Fighters as TERRORISTS!!! We still abide by the same rules, what does this speak about our Independence and integrity? We still train our police officers in the same way the British used to, so that they could oppress any single hint of revolution against their Brutal Imperialism! Can we expect Our Independent India to trust our police officers after this training which trains them to Oppress and Torture??? Why can't we change this situation for once and for all? Thank You, Richa:)


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:29 IST.
Name: J.BUVANESWARI (8 years)
School: KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, IIT CHENNAI
Question: sir, water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink.. can we not make water from sea.!!!! Bhuvana, II std.,


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:29 IST.
Name: Saurabh Kulkarni (14 years)
School: Katariya High School
Question: Respected Sir, The only question to you, How will you guide to government, to stop this deadly terroism? Thanks and best regards Saurabh Kulkarni


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: prachi shailendra (15 years)
School: Ramniranjan Poddar High School(CBSE),Mumbai
Question: Respected Sir, For a successful Democracy, Effective and Timely Justice is of paramount importance! Why is it then so, that On one hand, we cherish our democratic ideals and On the other hand, we are subjected to a mockery show of our Judicial system every second day? There are innumerable laws; There are laws contradicting each other; there are laws to protect the Rich and Punish the Poor; There are the Rich and Famous of the society openly flouting all laws; There are politicians who are MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT even though there are dozens of cases including that of kidnapping, rape, scams etc. registered against them; There are so many poor people who are languishing in our Jails for as long as 10 years even though their crime is something as frivolous as Stealing 100 rupees!!! They are still waiting for a day when their cases will be heard in the Court of Law while Law continues to protect the Real Culprits who are in Power!!! Is anything being done for this aspect of our Democracy?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: timon roy (19 years)
School: gauhati commerce college
Question: hello sir sir i hail frm guwahati, assam, the gateway to northeast. sir its very disheartening to know tht when mumbai faced flood the media was at its best 2 cover it even worldwide. n brought out efforts frm all round. but what abt assam? mumbai faced it the 1st time. but in assam people face it every yr. wen mum was in trouble central gov was at it heels. but why not so in case of assam. is not assam a part of india. several prople r affected even more than mumbai every yr. why dont u implement steps 2 help us directly.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:26 IST.
Name: k.ramprakash (17 years)
School: kelkar college, mumbai.
Question: sir, given the fact that india is among the fastest growing economies of the world,counted among the ten largest economies and ten highly industrialised nations of the world and also ranked as the fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity(ppp), would it really take another FIFTEEN years for our country to become developed ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: Satyanarayanan (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, IIT Chennai
Question: WE CAN FIRE MISSILES, ATOM BOMBS AND FLY PLANES, BUT CANT WE MAKE GOOD ROADS??? DO WE NEED A KALAM IN PWD...????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: Saiprakash Belsare (24 years)
School: Welingkar Institute of Management, Bangalore
Question: Sir, With the ever rising opportunities in I.T. field, graduates, engineers, budding managers, people from different domain areas are entering the field of I.T. This surge of talent is surely going to hamper growth of Indian research; engineering, manufacturing sectors, 5 years down the line. Can you please suggest any way to resolve this issue? Thanks! Saiprakash


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:24 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:24 IST.
Name: bharat kardak (25 years)
School: University Of Basque Country, Spain
Question: Hon´ble Prsident Sir, 1) As more multinational companies are coming to India, should we care more about the exploitation of our Natural resources and how we should protect them? Is it possible to make a check on this exploitation of Natural resources and using India as dumping ground by some chemical companies in the name of Research and Development? Thanks and regards, Bharat kardak age: 27 Ph.D. student San Sebastian Spain.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:24 IST.
Name: SHAUKAT ALI (22 years)
School: Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology muzaffarpur Bihar
Question: President Sir, i am an civil


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:23 IST.
Name: dushyant maradia (23 years)
School: uni of medicine cluj napoca (ROMANIA ESTERN EUROPE)
Question: why indian gov. r not so eager to give scholarship like other european countries?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:23 IST.
Name: Ananya Chandra (13 years)
School: Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Lucknow
Question: Honourable Sir, I am a student of class 8th . I want to know that will INDIA be able to become a super nuclear power country by 2020.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:23 IST.
Name: aradhana tewari (15 years)
School: bhartiya vidya bhavan's vidyashram jaipur
Question: dear respected sir i am aradhana tewari, class 10th student from jaipur you are visiting our sch on 17th and i desperately wanted to ask you one question since i am not getting opportunity there and am so disappointed about it pl be kind enough to consider this question sir the political scenerio today is extremely disappointing if we are asked to name our political rolemodel we really have to think hard and none comes to mind immediately none of us [from common family ] even consider the possibility of entering political arena.in such circumstances what would be the fate of india in 2o2o?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:20 IST.
Name: omgodara (19 years)
School: govt college barmer raj
Question: sir excuse me kya Bharat ka Rasterpati kasmir ke sath-sath pure Bharat ko aatankwawd se mukti nahi dila sakte ya yeh unake dayre se bahar hai? sir me english nahi janta hun to kya meri bhi bat suni jayegi ya ek hindibhashi ki bhawnaon ka khyal rakha jayega? sir agar me galat hun to muje maph kar dena.sorry


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:19 IST.
Name: Rujit Kutmutia (22 years)
School: City Collage
Question: Dear Sir being a future busness man i would like to ask you about the taxation policy in india.how many taxes one business man have to pay? Excise duty,Octroi,Vat,Service Tax,Cess,Income Tax and dont know how many more.we are doing business for our self our goverment? and in return? corruption on every table. ever filing the return has fixed charges. in return?? what if we are suffereing huge losses? what if due to some reason we have to close our business..nothing. if you are collecting such taxes, you should provide some insurance or pension scheme. if possible try to implement single point tax system.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:18 IST.
Name: Bhuvana (23 years)
School: PSG College of Technology
Question: Dear Preseident, as an Indian how can fully graduated one help the poor children or upcoming children. In what way the graduated one can help peoples?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:15 IST.
Name: Twara Vohra (15 years)
School: Navrachana Higher Secondary School , Vadodara
Question: All those who join science stream in higher education (colleges), they do not become doctors, engineers, teachers or scientists. Many of them join general service sector. How can they make the use of their scientific knowledge they have acquired? What is your advice?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:13 IST.
Name: chetan joshi (25 years)
School: National Chemical Laboratory, Pune
Question: Dear President, We are living in the India, In a country which dreaming to go ahead is scientific field, i am one of those who actualy working to improve our scintific status of our country, but it will be helpful for us and for our future ambition, if you personally look in this, We are working in one of reputed CSIR lab, after doing all the hard work our system is not encouraging us to stick with national lab, we can not think of settling with the family, we are getting reward of only 5500/- per month, i hope you will do some thing. thank you Sir Your faithfuly c. joshi


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:12 IST.
Name: AKRAM (13 years)
School: DOLPHIN SCHOOL
Question: WHAT U THINK ABOUT INDIA'S EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR CHILDRENS?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:10 IST.
Name: akchat tangri c/opawantangri (15 years)
School: boys high school l.k.o
Question: Hon,ble sir Roads r so bad that itis troublesome to drive car by my mother,& move on cycle to school,Sir why Mayer or concerning Municipal Comm.does not make Executive Engeenior /area S.D O/J.E responcible for maintanence of the road.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:9 IST.
Name: Abhishek Arora (8 years)
School: Delhi Public School Rohini
Question: Respected sir , I would like to ask that why we children have to struggle to get admission even for primary education?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:9 IST.
Name: Abhishek Arora (8 years)
School: Delhi Public School Rohini
Question: Respected sir , I would like to ask that why we children have to struggle to get admission even for primary education?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:8 IST.
Name: Akshata Acharya (16 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya sec 47, Chandigarh
Question: Good Evening Sir, I am a student of class XII. I wanted to clear the following doubts which will help me giving exams next year Because I have to give Enterance exams the coming year in my state as well as try for other exams in other states too, it is very difficult to simultaneously give all the exams.When can this system of Simultaneous exams and Clashing of CET dates come to an end? Secondly, When can we hope to introduce one education policy all over india,because different syllabus,different boards are not supposed to be treating all children equal.Further,if one education policy/examination pattern is there,evaluation of our capability will be same all over the India.that is there should be one school board all over the india.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:8 IST.
Name: Ankit Goyal (18 years)
School: BITS Pilani Goa Campus
Question: Why do we have reservations for the SCs and STs? As we see that today they also perform in the same manner as the cream of general category perform. So where is the difference? Also by providing reservations for them they are not being given a chance to develop rather to become more undeveloped.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:7 IST.
Name: Apeksha Desai (20 years)
School: Mithibai College,Mumbai
Question: Dear Sir, What do you think are the main reasons of you to be a successful personality?What would you suggest the younger generation to cultivate in themselves to be successful?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:6 IST.
Name: Ankit Goyal (18 years)
School: BITS Pilani Goa Campus
Question: Why do we have reservations for the SCs and STs? As we see that today they also perform in the same manner as the cream of general category perform. So where is the difference? Also by providing reservations for them they are not being given a chance to develop rather to become more undeveloped.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:5 IST.
Name: Om Godara (19 years)
School: Govt College Barmer Raj
Question: Sir, Excuse me my quetion to that why cannot close Terrisom a Indian Presitent and is the out of authority of presedent of india.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:5 IST.
Name: Arun Thomas KB (20 years)
School: Model Engineering College, Thrikkakara, Cochin, Kerala
Question: India as a Nation preaches peace and secularism. Yet why is that we are not able to have a peaceful relationship with Pakistan? Even if we give some land to Pakistan we can win the hearts of so many millions of people across the globe and we can proudly say that Pakistan is our sister country. Then why cant we forgive them for whatever they have done to us and start a new relationship?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:2 IST.
Name: Mudit (23 years)
School: MMMEC
Question: Respected Sir, What is your vision for India?what are your plans to reduce or remove poverty in India??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:2 IST.
Name: Amol Kingaonkar (19 years)
School: KJS
Question: I WANT TO KNOW YOUR VIEWS ON EDUCATION.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 19:1 IST.
Name: K Chandana (24 years)
School: Govt. MLB PG Autonomous College Bhopal
Question: Sir, if policy in war is to not hurt civilians the why do we have WMD in the world? we can't seriously believe that the whole population of a state is anti social or anti democratic! so why the need to develop WMD in the first place?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:58 IST.
Name: avinashsonee (18 years)
School: BITS_PILANI,GOA
Question: great to talk to u sir I like an atomic scientist to be the president of India I want to u to start a program to collect funds to educate poor Indian children (which doesn't involve any politics plz)I want u to be its chairman Thank you Jai Hind Can I have ur mail id plz so that I can send u my views and questions about studies and India.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:56 IST.
Name: sumit (19 years)
School: AIET,Faridkot
Question: what actions a student should take to empower nation in the world ??????????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:54 IST.
Name: Suraj Subramanian (12 years)
School: Arya Vidya Mandir School, Bandra (E)
Question: Sir, why don't you use your power to eradicate corruption if not completely then 50% at least? Also, I have an idea to curb the immense pollution in metros. On alternative days let there be vehicles having their numbers odd or even. For example: On a monday, let there be vehicles having their number odd and on a tuesday let there be vehicles with even numbers. On sundays let it be public transport day. This idea will be ver good in my idea and soon we will be far ahead of the first world countries. Only you have so much power so I earnestly request you to implement this with maybe a few changes. Your admirer, Suraj


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:53 IST.
Name: Indu N Nair (15 years)
School: Sree Sarada Vidhyalaya,Kalady,Kerala.
Question: Respected Sir, some of our scientists have been able to produce energy from sun and other renewable resources.When and how far will this reach the common hands? I am a eleventh class student and deeply interested in aeronautical/chemical engineering.Plz advice some measures, so that I can achieve my aim.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:53 IST.
Name: vinay (12 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT, girinagar, pune
Question: Everyone have dreams to become something, but everyone doesn't have dreams that I want to be useful to India in the matter of improving her. What have you dreamt in your childhood?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:53 IST.
Name: Javinder Singh (21 years)
School: Working
Question: Govt Sab Janti Hai But Phir Bhi Ye Ladai Ghagda Kyun Hota Hai? Police Hi Galat Kam Karti Hai Then Aam Inshaan Kya Karega ? Sarkar ek Cricketer Ko 5Lakh Ka Inaam Deti Hai Or Bus Driver Jisne Bhom Bahar Faka Usko Bas 20000 thousand why ? Can u tell me if yes then talk to me


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:52 IST.
Name: 758trtruy (6 years)
School: uityotyo
Question: yiotoi


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:52 IST.
Name: Sasanka Deka (25 years)
School: National Chemical Laboratory, Pune
Question: I am a research scholar in NCL, Pune. Sir, why after so many progress in the chemistry R & D in India, still we are not able to grow production related industries, except pharmaceutical industry.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:52 IST.
Name: Sojjwal Kelkar (17 years)
School: BITS-PILANI Goa campus
Question: Respected sir,Inidia invests heavily on ambitious scintific projects like Chandrayan so that she does not lag behind with respect to other countries.But in what way such missions can help the millions of downtrodden Indians due to unemployment and existing corruption in the system?How can technological advancements irradicate poverty?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:52 IST.
Name: vinay (12 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT, girinagar, pune
Question: India has all the things needed to be a developed country. Where have we have gone wrong?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:50 IST.
Name: vinay (12 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT, girinagar, pune
Question: India has all the things needed to be a developed country. Where have we have gone wrong? Everyone have dreams to become something, but everyone doesn't have dreams that I want to be useful to India in the matter of improving her. What have you dreamt in your childhood?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: sushovan ata (23 years)
School: serampur college
Question: respected sir, we indians are proud to be a nuclear power but why canot Indian scientist test the Intercontinental BallisticMissile ... and sir as a youth it becoming shame for us to be represented in other countries as corrupted 3rd world country where they just tease us in the name of corrupct political leaders ... Sir..can u do anything to eradicate this ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: vinay bhajantri (12 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT, girinagar, pune
Question: India has all the things needed to be a developed country. Where have we have gone wrong? Everyone have dreams to become something, but everyone doesn't have dreams that I want to be useful to India in the matter of improving her. What have you dreamt in your childhood?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: Rajagopal Chandrasekaran (18 years)
School: IIT Madras
Question: Respected Sir, Life is experienced only once in this birth.Let us Think Big & Achieve Big.After all,money is not everything in this world,even if you are a student from one of the the best universities in the world.Why don't you set up an voluntary organization(NGO) for the poor and needy children as they are also the "Future of India"?This organization may consist of volunteers(state-wise) like me who are more interested in "Building Nation First".Don't you think the poor and deserving also have the right to education?We,the ignited minds are willing to work with you to "Celebrate Life Through Service" so that "Together we Excel and "Reach the Unreached".Vision 2020 - "Let Vision Be Our Mission".


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: shweta (23 years)
School: Indian Business Academy
Question: sir, can you please help me? I a doing my MBA right now but still not satisfied for now I want to go for civil services after completing my course, before when I was doing my grads. even then I was not satisfied I wanted to go for MBA.I dont know sir why urge to go on one after the other is their? But now there are certain things that are distracting me specially people of opposite sex. tell me how to over come this and maintain my concentration towards my studies? I know that my parents will get the best for me when the time comes but still something is their thats attracting me. how should I avoid it at this stage? Shweta


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: Bhuvana (23 years)
School: PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
Question: I just finished my MSc, got placed in Andra Bank, hyderabad. Now, i am in the position to do anything of my own. What I have to do inorder to see a pursue INDIA? What are the possiblities for me to do now? Give your suggestion please.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:48 IST.
Name: Ruhani (14 years)
School: Delhi Public School
Question: Respected sir, I am a student of D.P.S.I would like to ask you "why reservation is given on the basis of caste to the offspringof those whose parents have already enjoyed that benefit and have bought their children to the same status as that of the present society


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:48 IST.
Name: C.D.Shanthi (22 years)
School: Sri Ramachandra medical college, porur, chennai
Question: Respected Sir: Icompleted my M.sc Human genetics. Iam going to join in orchid chemicals within couple of wks. Iam also working as a guest lecture. Most of my friends going abroad to pursue their higher studies.Even Ihave a plan to do my part time Phd in INDIA.The one and only reason why I didnt go abroad is I want to work for my own country.If I get any oppurtunity in future to go abroad surely I will make use of it and I will try to implement all those ideas here to flourish genetics field in INDIA.All my friends said that its not practically possible to do it. One person alone cant change the things. But I got lots of confident on me.I have a plan to discover drug for Down syndrome also. People say that Iam not a practical person.Iam thinking about IMPOSSIBLE things.But Iam a person who read the word IMPOSSIBLE as Iam possible. Sir, 1.what do you think about my career goals? 2.Do you think that Iam not a practical person? 3. What else I need other than hard working and positive thoughts to acheive my goals?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:47 IST.
Name: vinay bhajantri (12 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT, girinagar, pune
Question: India has all the things needed to be a developed country. Where have we have gone wrong? Everyone have dreams to become something, but everyone doesn't have dreams that I want to be useful to India in the matter of improving her. What have you dreamt in your childhood?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:45 IST.
Name: Archith Vinod (8 years)
School: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan-Wayanad Kendra
Question: Respected Mr. President, I know that the 14th of nov is celebrated as the children's day all over our beloved country in the loving memory of Chacha Nehruji with lots of excitement.But Sir,we ,the students of this school in a rural area are not given a chance to celebrate this sweet ocassion which is just for us,even on this day(14th Nov.).We are just given a lecture about some great things which we cannot even understand by the school authorities and then disposed off for the day as usual with a sweet as part of this celebrated day.Sir,may I ask you if this is what the day is for?Is this the way to make us feel proud of being a child who you are said to adore?Is this all that I am supposed to recall when I get to be of your age?Sir,kindly tell me if just these practices are what my parents and teachers call with pride as "Children's Day"!!!With love to my beloved First Citizen Of my beloved India.Jai Hind.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:45 IST.
Name: yaswanth (22 years)
School: IISc
Question: sir, how can we improve research work in the univesities spread across the country upto the level of horward, stanford etc


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:43 IST.
Name: L Meenakshi (14 years)
School: Brindavan Vidhyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Question: Dear President, We have got all the wealth as well as natural resources, and required manpower also. Are we utilising them properly? If not what is the way to use them? I think instead of linking all the rivers between states, we should first link the rivers within the states. Please kindly do reply.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:43 IST.
Name: javed ahmad siddiqui (10 years)
School: maharaj singh inter college bahraich
Question: hi sir, how r u . just reply plz


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:42 IST.
Name: Shrinidi Vijay (8 years)
School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Chennai
Question: Respected President, Successfull leaders or even society always had good techers as role models. Today our country do not have great teachers who can be thought of role models. what should be done to have teachers become rolemodels.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:42 IST.
Name: rita (14 years)
School: jamnabai-mumbai
Question: is there any way that you can help us regrading the stress of studies


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:42 IST.
Name: s natarajan (11 years)
School: chellammal vidyalaya
Question: how did you become president?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:40 IST.
Name: Ruhani (14 years)
School: Delhi Public School
Question: Respected sir, I am a student of D.P.S . i would like to ask you that where do you see india after next 15 years.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:39 IST.
Name: gajendra (22 years)
School: IIT Madras
Question: Dear Sir, Over the past few year, i feel politicians are using the reservation provided to the weaker section for their upliftment as political tool. Now reservation is provided purily for the votes rather than the need of that community, best example being AP, TN and Rajasthan government's decission to provide reservation to particular communities for electoral benefits. Though the reservation was envisioned in constitution for 10 years only but its ever increasing rather than being cut down, which is clearly an injustice to the poor and downtrodden of upper classes(so called well to do castes) So what do you feel about the relevance of continuation of reservation system even 55 years after inception of constitution? If still it needs to be continued, won't it be a good idea to continue it on an economic basis rather than caste/religion basis?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:39 IST.
Name: Vaibhav Bajpai (22 years)
School: Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Question: Respected Sir, Once Gandhiji said we Indians have a tendency of adopting the evils of west and also feel in pride while doing so the same is seen in todays society as a reality at all it's level and classes. But it seems that it is only a part of our whole thinking process which generally moves on without a solid reasoning or ground to backup the thought. This further leads us to non-beliving in very essential segments/portions of the society. These may be politics or our responsibilties as a citizen. I would request you to pls. give me a guidline on how can I as an indiviual contribute and could motivate others to do so.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:36 IST.
Name: Harshit Srivastava (14 years)
School: Ewing Christian Public Scholl
Question: When will immunisation programme be free for school going children?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:36 IST.
Name: B.G.Anusha (11 years)
School: Sir Sivaswamy Kalalaya
Question: Dear Sir, My name is Anusha and I'm in class 7. How are you Sir ? In English we have a lesson about you. It's called "From a Hamlet to the Rashtrapati Bhavan". In the lesson it's told about your childhood. It is written that you were selling news papers to add income to your family. Can U tell me more about U and Ur childhood Sir ? In that lesson you have also told about the Four Milestones in your career.In those Four Milestones which bought you the greatest pleasure Sir ? The last Question of mine is ..wat is carbon-carbon all about ? Sir I hope U reply to my mail. I'll be waiting for your reply Sir. And if you reply I'll be really proud about it Sir and I'll be boasting to my friends that you actually replied to my mail !! Yours Respectful, B.G.Anusha


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:35 IST.
Name: Prem (22 years)
School: Amrita Institute of Technology
Question: Respected Sir We will be extremely happy to see you serving a second term as The President of our nation. Will you stake claim for a second term keeping the larget interest of the nation in mind.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:34 IST.
Name: Priyank Kulshreshtha (21 years)
School: Institute of Technology, BHU
Question: I am an undergraduate in Civil Engineering. My question is regarding the point so often raised by companies by L&T, about the Indian companies not being able to offer salaries comparable to MNCs which makes the new recruits leave them early for greener pastures. Can the administration make some amends so that the youth can find an incentive remain in these excellently growing companies?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:33 IST.
Name: B.G.Anusha (11 years)
School: Sir Sivaswamy Kalalaya
Question: Dear Sir, My name is Anusha and I'm in class 7. How are you Sir ? In English we have a lesson about you. It's called "From a Hamlet to the Rashtrapati Bhavan". In the lesson it's told about your childhood. It is written that you were selling news papers to add income to your family. Can U tell me more about U and Ur childhood Sir ? In that lesson you have also told about the Four Milestones in your career.In those Four Milestones which bought you the greatest pleasure Sir ? Sir I hope U reply to my mail. I'll be waiting for your reply Sir. And if you reply I'll be really proud about it Sir and I'll be boasting to my friends that you actually replied to my mail !! Yours Respectful, B.G.Anusha


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:33 IST.
Name: Aparajita Dasgupta (13 years)
School: Abu Dhabi Indian School, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Question: Respected sir I would like to ask a question that although we learn that India is quite ahead in its economy , but still the government is corrupt and inefficient, which can be plainly seen by the attitude of the Indian public. Why is it so? Being a child who studies abroad, I have seen the lifestyle of the people, then why should our country be an exception when it is such a great country - our Mother India?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:33 IST.
Name: Khajan Yadav (19 years)
School: Atma Ram Sanatan Dharm College (DHAULAN KUAN)
Question: Respected PRESIDENT A.P.J ABDUL KALAM SIR, I want to ask you that if you would be living a normal life of a normal person, then in what way you would contribute in the growth of this country (INDIA).


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:32 IST.
Name: AHANA CHANDRA (9 years)
School: Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Lucknow
Question: Respected Sir, I am a student of class 4th. I want to know that to fulfill the mission of vision 2020, what role students like me can play? How can we help contribute to the growth of our Nation when me and my friends are so small? Thank you, Sir.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:32 IST.
Name: C.D.Shanthi (22 years)
School: Sri Ramachandra medical college, porur, chennai
Question: Respected Sir: Icompleted my M.sc Human genetics. Iam going to join in orchid chemicals within couple of wks. Iam also working as a guest lecture. Most of my friends going abroad to pursue their higher studies.Even Ihave a plan to do my part time Phd in INDIA.The one and only reason why I didnt go abroad is I want to work for my own country.If I get any oppurtunity in future to go abroad surely I will make use of it and I will try to implement all those ideas here to flourish genetics field in INDIA.All my friends said that its not practically possible to do it. One person alone cant change the things. But I got lots of confident on me.I have a plan to discover drug for Down syndrome also. People say that Iam not a practical person.Iam thinking about IMPOSSIBLE things.But Iam a person who read the word IMPOSSIBLE as Iam possible. Sir, 1.what do you think about my career goals? 2.Do you think that Iam not a practical person? 3. What else I need other than hard working and positive thoughts to acheive my goals?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:32 IST.
Name: Munish Kumar (25 years)
School: Industrial Toxicology Research Center Lucknow-226001
Question: Respected Sir, I am in research field (biology). Usually after completion of our PhD we apply for postdoc position outside. Why not there is some post created so that we can work here (India) and do something in India because this is the period in which we have full strength and confidence. I think this brain drain from the country. Like JRF/SRF and RA some short term post must be created in India and tenure will be decided according to the performance of the candidate. Yours faithfully Munish Kumar ICMR SRF Industrial Toxicology Research Center, Lucknow


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:32 IST.
Name: Ayan Majumdar (25 years)
School: No School
Question: Honourable Mr. President, Though I am not a student, but I could not resist myself from interacting with you. I am currently working in IT(ERP) implementation projects and had the oppurtunity to travel to many places over the world. Based on my experience, I strongly believe that in terms of capability, we ARE one of the best in the world. What we lack is initial confidence and the self-belief. What is your opnion on this and what do you think, we as a nation should do to enhance this ? Thanks, Ayan


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:30 IST.
Name: govinda upadhyay (17 years)
School: bits-pilani,goa campus
Question: sir, why blood-shed is going on evrywhre?wat can v do for it?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:30 IST.
Name: Gagan Jyoti Sharma (25 years)
School: LOVELY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
Question: Hon'ble President, May god give you long and healthy life that I can see you as indian president always.Today on tv at akshardham you gave marvelous speech. Sir, I am trying for phd and not getting it,I read your books and your life and this makes me full of energy. I dont have question except to say sir, Please whenever possible do come to jalandhar so that i can touch your feet and get your blessings.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:30 IST.
Name: Sreeja (25 years)
School: Regional Cancer Centre
Question: Sir, Being a PhD student in cancer biology I still believe that we don't feel secured regarding our future.In India,oppurtunities in Research & Development in this field are not sufficient.This makes budding scientists like us go abraod and work there. Sir, What improvement can be done for setting up a competing research atmosphere here in India? Hope to see u soon at the Apoptosis Conference on Dec 2005 Thanking You Sreeja


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:29 IST.
Name: N Hariharan (25 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: Respected Sir, One of the biggest problem in our country is CORRUPTION. What are the Steps taken by INDIAN Government to eradicate the Same and Chuck out Corruption / Corrupted Officials out of India Permanantly? What steps are being taken to make the laws strict enough to enforce the above?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:28 IST.
Name: sivananth (11 years)
School: st johns vestry
Question: what is your message for children's day


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:27 IST.
Name: Karan Panjwani (21 years)
School: GLS college, Ahmedabad
Question: Sir, how one can achieve success when one feels that he is completely beaten in all department of his life ? The same case is with and I will be blessed by God himself if you answer me !


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:27 IST.
Name: govinda upadhyay (17 years)
School: bits-pilnani,goa campus
Question: good evening sir, i want to see india as developed nation in my lifetime.it is my dream.i want to contribute to it.how can a student(msc physics) like me do for it?will my dream come true sir?plz ans ....what sud v do?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:26 IST.
Name: karttikeya (10 years)
School: Vishwa Bharti Public School
Question: How can I help teaching poor children?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:26 IST.
Name: Gopinath Prabhakar (25 years)
School: CKN College
Question: Why can't we have the combination of youngsters and aged peoples in our Politics? Will our generation get any chance to serve for India ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:25 IST.
Name: rishabh gutgutia (18 years)
School: BITS-PILANI GOA campus
Question: hello sir , i am a big fan of yours and a maths student . i would like to know as to how much has india progressed , and could we call it developed instead of developing nation .And i would also like to ask you as to where could we place india in the list of all the countries keeping in mind all that is going aroud. Sir i am also a very big fan of your speeches and would really like to meet you .Could you please come to our engineering and science college? sir we would like you to come and bless us and share some knowledge. yours faithfully rishabh gutgutia


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:25 IST.
Name: nawaz (24 years)
School: searching for job
Question: india is developing country, cant the govt spend money on new technologies to control the train accidents?......


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:24 IST.
Name: shakir usman (18 years)
School: Goa college of engineering
Question: Our country is buying defence equipments from israel,usa,russia. Don't u feel it's time we increase expenditure in our DRDO,HAL,NAL so as to be self reliant?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:24 IST.
Name: Saurabh Shukla (22 years)
School: Stanford
Question: How will India develop when Indians are still caught up in caste, creed and religion and when instead of taking steps for the progress of the country we daily hear politicians drumming up support for reservation for a new category of Indians?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:21 IST.
Name: Saurabh Shukla (22 years)
School: Stanford
Question: In vogue, Mera bharat kitna mahan hai - especially when most Indians the world over love to immitate others and don't care for much beyond themselves?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: ramya (21 years)
School: Ksr college of technology
Question: Respected Apdul kalam ungle,i am stu mca in 1year,my fami is ver poor conti so not pay my fees. please help me ungle,i am very interest to study but can't.my adderss is m.ramya,D\ok. murugesan,thamarai palayam,thamarai palayam,unjalur,erode, tamilnadu.please ungle sent me mail or letter.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: sujatha.s (16 years)
School: holy angels' convent
Question: respected sir,do u believe in fate and destiny?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:17 IST.
Name: Riya Sinha (8 years)
School: Ursuline Convent School,Khalari
Question: Respected uncle, I want to be a scientist,like you and Kalpana Chawla.I live in a small remote village of Jharkhand but my dream is big.If you tell me a few words it will be a treasure for my life and will enlighten me throughout my life. Regards-Riya Sinha


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:14 IST.
Name: RAJENDRAKUMAR ARORA (13 years)
School: KENDRIYA VIDYALA NO. 1
Question: RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE TELL THE SECRETS FOR HARD & HARD WORK & HELP ME ON MY E-MAIL ID. WITH BEST REGARDS, Yours, (Rajendra Kumar Arora)


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:14 IST.
Name: mohd asad farooqui (22 years)
School: ineternational school of business and media
Question: Q: sir do u pray NAMAZ and read HOLY QURAN?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:14 IST.
Name: Abhijit Baruah (25 years)
School: Allready Greaduate
Question: Honourable President,I am Abhijit Baruah, From Nagaon Assam pls tell me what is the future of Indian democracy to look at present situation where almost 80% politician lost thier morality.Pls Sir you donot resign from the post of president. Because we the common people of India want you most. Thank you.I want your E-Mail Id.Sir.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:13 IST.
Name: dolly (11 years)
School: agra public school
Question: in childrensday can u come in my school plz? i m a big fan to u plz come in my school thnk u vari much


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:11 IST.
Name: Deepali Bansal (16 years)
School: M.I.C
Question: sir please tell me why in india there is not so much madical college as compared to the engg. college


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:11 IST.
Name: Jeet (25 years)
School: American Institute of English Language.
Question: Hi! Sir, How are you, Sir can you tell me when Indian politics will be totally transparent.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:10 IST.
Name: Sahitha (16 years)
School: st.philomena's girls' higher secondary school,melapudur,trichy-620008.
Question: why haven't you taken any action against the prostitution going on in our country? why do you love children?why is INDIA still considered as the slums of the world?why have'nt you taken any action to bring INDIA no.1 in the world?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:10 IST.
Name: Abhijit Baruah (25 years)
School: Allready Greaduate
Question: Honourable President pls tell me what is the future of Indian democracy to look at present situation where almost 80% politician lost thier morality.Pls Sir you donot resign from the post of president. Because we the common people of India want you most. Thank you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:8 IST.
Name: ramya (21 years)
School: Ksr college of technology
Question: Respected Apdul kalam ungle,i am stu mca in 1year,my fami is ver poor conti so not pay my fees. please help me ungle,i am very interest to study but can't.my adderss is m.ramya,D\ok. murugesan,thamarai palayam,thamarai palayam,unjalur,erode, tamilnadu.please ungle sent me mail or letter.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:7 IST.
Name: bhavesh sha (23 years)
School: pune university
Question: 1. why thr is the provision for the post PRESIDENT when he himself dont have sufficiant powers? 2. when we say that india is a secular country is that mean we should give reservations on the basis of cast? 3. u are always chatting with young generation do u thing they have the ability of changing the world with current castism, corruption...?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:6 IST.
Name: sheth heet viren (10 years)
School: matruchaya kumar vidhyalay,bhuj-kutch(gujarat)india
Question: what i have to best thing for brighter future on india.......and what is the solution of poverty?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:6 IST.
Name: Gaurav (16 years)
School: St Francis School
Question: Sir, don't you think it is high time that the IITs become world class research institutes and leave the grooming of UGs to RITs? Also, isn't the flourishing coaching industry a major concern for the structured higher-secondary educational setup and the organic growth of a student?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:6 IST.
Name: Madhu (25 years)
School: SSBN PG College, Anantapur
Question: what bomb can we design to fight corruption in INDIA?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:5 IST.
Name: vinith nair (17 years)
School: D G Ruparel college
Question: Respected Sir, I would like to ask, Why can't INDIA do a BHUTAN with PAKISTAN rather than constant ceasefires and pact's which are never fruit ful? Mr president, by doing a bhutan, i mean a joint force with a mission of removing terorist camps on the border areas can be created, on the same lines how INDIA did to combat ULFA forces with BHUTAN.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:5 IST.
Name: Rajkishor Rajak (21 years)
School: IIT Kanpur
Question: Dear Sir, Reports in media says that you have suggested the Union Cabinet to consider to repeal the 'Capital Punishment' from Indian Penal Code. Why, as a person, you are against death penalty even for rarest of the rare cases and severest of crimes?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:2 IST.
Name: sharan (16 years)
School: Vivekananda PU College,puttur
Question: respected sir, my question is, why the shape of galaxies is always spiral or elliptical or irregular?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:2 IST.
Name: harshavardhan deshpande (20 years)
School: pvg's coet
Question: respected sir, i am 3rd year engineering student in pune. you have been saying that today's youth is the future of the country.today's youth is very exuberant and can change the world. but i canot feel the empowerment within me.i am totally confused and lost in this youthful world. i dont wantto be left far behind by todays generation.i really need some inspiration and guidance from you.thank you mr. president


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: CHANDRA GOPAL PATNAYAK (13 years)
School: ST.XAVIER's HIGH SCHOOL
Question: Sir, I am a student of class VII in St Xavier's School in Bhubaneswar.I admire you Sir for your abilities as a scientist since my ambition is also to become a scientist. My question to you Sir is should we not follow the Gradation system of other countries.Should the CBSE schools stop the annual examinations every year????


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:58 IST.
Name: Iyer Arvind V (21 years)
School: V.J.T.I., Mumbai
Question: Dear Sir, we all talk of India being a Technology power house etc... But in reality the situations are very differnt. Students like me who want to do research in advanced fields in engineering do not have much scope in India mainly due to the scarcity of funds for research. Please address this issue because though research in space technology, biotech, nanotech etc are being funded we still cannot compare ourselves with the developed countries and it leaves us with no option but to go abroad for further studies


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:58 IST.
Name: PARINAY JAIN (18 years)
School: GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF COMMERCE , DELHI UNIVERSITY
Question: REAR SIR, MY QUESTION ACTUALLY ASKS UR VIEW OVER A SMALL ISSUE. SOME ONE ASKED ME A QUESTION THAT "WHAT DO THE NEWSPAPERS SELL AND TO WHOM DO THEY SELL" I THINK THAT NEWSPAPERS SELL THE LARGE AUDIENCE TO THE BIG ADVERTISING COMPANIES.AND NOT THE NEWS 2 THE PUBLIC. I TOLD THIS TO MANY PEOPLE BUT NO ONE HAS BEEN ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THIS . I WANT TO ASK IF THIS IS CORRECT OR NOT ??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:58 IST.
Name: PARINAY JAIN (18 years)
School: GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF COMMERCE , DELHI UNIVERSITY
Question: REAR SIR, MY QUESTION ACTUALLY ASKS UR VIEW OVER A SMALL ISSUE. SOME ONE ASKED ME A QUESTION THAT "WHAT DO THE NEWSPAPERS SELL AND TO WHOM DO THEY SELL" I THINK THAT NEWSPAPERS SELL THE LARGE AUDIENCE TO THE BIG ADVERTISING COMPANIES.AND NOT THE NEWS 2 THE PUBLIC. I TOLD THIS TO MANY PEOPLE BUT NO ONE HAS BEEN ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THIS . I WANT TO ASK IF THIS IS CORRECT OR NOT ??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:55 IST.
Name: Neil Harwani (25 years)
School: ISIT, ICFAI University, Hyderabad
Question: What are your thoughts about India's foreign policy in today's world ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:53 IST.
Name: Arvind Iyer (21 years)
School: V.J.T.I
Question: I read your views in the newspapers about keeping the Executive arm independent of the Politico-Judiciary. But , sir, do you think that will reduce the corruption levels in that section. On the other hand without such checks the bureaucracy may worsen and things may go out of hand.Please comment.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:53 IST.
Name: Sri Charan R (21 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad
Question: White Shadows White Shadows I saw, The darkest I’ve ever seen. With a body light as air It’s tough to bear my head heavy as lead Lungs thinking life, brain breathing strife, The brethren make no efforts Float like balloons filled with brimstone’s holy smoke Dark seductive firmament, Star studded blanket, Lying supine, balloons emulate stars The highest and brightest of all Changes colors blue to black, black to white. I see a slick On the body of the shimmering angel It’s a beast trying to rip open the bovine body It aint no Hollywood flick Moribund drums, 86 strings, clamorous knell of the final bell Satan’s metal my skin hears and secretes fear. It was a brawl A cow and a beast The cow fights only to die. Lying beneath his skin, Wrenching his wrists, slamming his face hard on death’s iron feet, The beast devours senses and stings. Veins carrying styx, His body twitches beyond fix Trying hard to vomit the shit He pukes the last grains of strength left in his abdominal pit. Freezing feet, gnarled wrists, parched skin, the rotten stench of death The rivulet of life flowing right out of the retinal gorge. Deafening silence, blinding lights, It was a trip to hell. Trials to pull, trials to help, Only to have the beast spit out a pulp Eons it would take, with an iota of life, For the pulp to gain shape n live life. Too holy an ambrosia, too vapid a fodder, To animals with brains, Grass gives immortal death. White shadows I saw, The darkest I’ve ever seen. --Sri Charan R. Your excellency, I am Sri Charan R, an undergraduate student from Motialal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad. The poem above is a result of the trauma that I underwent after seeing the plight of a person who had a drug overdose. A trauma that gave gave my pen the necessary muse to write those words. As a responsible citizen of India, with all due respect to the Government of india, I feel the amount of attention that is given to the burning issue of illegal drug abuse, is but insignificant. On my way back home, I saw this young man on the floor of the Allahabad railway station attacked by a suden paroxysm. To an average passer-by he is just a patient of epilepsy. However the reality is that he had an overdose of Marijuana, a narcotic that is sold like candy here. The sight of the young man was heart wrenching. I would like to ask you if it is really possible to check the issue of narcotic trade to a meager intensity if not completely. Secondly I would like to state that in this age of electronic gadgets, internet and emails, the inventions of man can be not only beneficial, but also frankenstein. Spam mails from con artists aiming to lure innocent individuals to invest their hard earned savings in a chimerical business proposition can be potentially dangerous to Indians, who are known the world over as ardent lovers of the internet. It is a known fact how Mr. Piyush Kankaria of Kolkatta fell victim to this email fraud, infamous as '419' more than a year ago. He is the first officially registered victim. However I have a strong credence that there are many other such innocent indiviuals.Inspite of spam guards and things of the sort, I receive such spam mails frequently. I have got a 419 email from Nigeria a week ago. Determined to trap the crooks, I have kept in touch with the group of three Nigerians involved in this scandal, into which several others might have been baited. I have got all the necessary evidence and the phone numbers of the fraudsters, according to whom I shall send US$1300 to one Mr.Innocent Chime by tomorrow. They are awaiting my phone call. I am planning to call the SFOI, New Delhi. However, I wanted to bring this thing to your notice and ask you if there is anything immediate that we could do to trap the gangasters who deserve their just deserts for their misdeeds. Also I would like to request you to warn the youth of india against this menace. Your unrelenting efforts towards making india a better place to live have given me the inspiration to post these questions. Given a chance I have a plethora of queries to ask you. I thank you and the Team of Rediff that have given this wonderful oppurtunity to the citizens of india to express their views and misgivings. Jai Hind !!!!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: suveni puri (18 years)
School: mcm dav college.chandigah
Question: respected sir, thanx for so m uch iof love nd concern you show...my question is studying in a girls school or boyz school more better tan studying in a co- educational institution.if so why


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: Hasit Prabhu (11 years)
School: Billa Bong High Juhu , Mumbai
Question: Why is there so much of poverty India and how do you think we should work on it?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: Hasit Prabhu (11 years)
School: Billa Bong High Juhu , Mumbai
Question: What are the qualities that inspired you and made you such a big man?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:44 IST.
Name: rishan rai (8 years)
School: indianenglish academy school(don bosco) kuwait
Question: hello sir,for CBSC we dont have exams, do u feel through grades we will be ranked in proper order


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: kabilan (24 years)
School: Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
Question: Dear our elder brother, We are proud to have you as our president and we want you to continue even after 2020. I am happy to see india emerging as global player. But, I am not able see a solid plan to boost the agricultural sector. Many state governments are talking about the issue of subsidering electricity, which is a temperory problem and consuming large amount of enery. But i couldn't see a solid progress towards water management (Joining National Rivers). Upto my little knowledge self-sustainability is most important than before we send rockets to study about moon. i am very eager to know about, how can i make that happen. Thanks to our brother for listening to us. Thanks allot to www.rediff.com for the great opportunity given. "Vandae Matharam" Kabilan Masters Mechatronics AIT, Bangkok, Thailand.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: jugal shah (20 years)
School: g h patel college of engineering & technology
Question: what is the way to uplift(progress)the india? isn't it be the highest combination of SPIRITUALITY & MATERIAL SCIENCE?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:23 IST.
Name: Ashok Babu (25 years)
School: BHU, Varanasi
Question: Hon'ble President I felt like India will gain much better if you interact with young work force and university students than spending time with kids and childrens as they need much better guidence than any other


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: gaurav (13 years)
School: school, gurgaon
Question: sir, the main mission of public schools today is earn a huge profit by charging a big amount of fees to the students and not giving a complete developmental education to all students .the uniform and books which are important part of a childs respect of school is used as a means of bussiness as we have shops of books and uniform sellers in the school itself. on one hand we want to assure that each child gets a proper education till the age of 14 and on the other hand the main priority of schools today is earning profit .most of us prefer private schools inspite of the government school because we do not get proper facilities there.our formost priority should be either the lowering down of school fee or providing and standardising government schools .


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:12 IST.
Name: narender (21 years)
School: Somany Institute of Technology and Management
Question: What according to you is the Future of Indian IT industry after the decision of TCS to Stop the Outsourcing for the Foreign IT bugs.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:6 IST.
Name: Nagesh (25 years)
School: Kangwon National University
Question: Respected Sir, I am Nagesh from a very small village in Latur dist. of Maharashtra, a place which does not have school beyond 7th std. Things have not changed at all since last 20 years. My brothers in the villages and are still going through hardship there.I have gone to the worst schools and colleges.I never gave up hope and I am doing PhD in a good Korean University now. My brothers could not do that, many of them compromise with the situation and leave the battle. There are generatoins being spoiled due to lack of good education. Why can't we have a common education system throughout our country with the best education everyone can benefit from. With the inequality in education standards,I can only see a developed India in 2020 for urban Indians and rural India 50 years behind it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:3 IST.
Name: Alistair D'silva (17 years)
School: National College
Question: Sir,I don't belong to any caste or class.I am in the open category and as a student it is very difficult to get admissions to various institutions.I would prefer if there is some improvement in this issue.I would be happy if this was given to only those who need it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:3 IST.
Name: aakash jain (19 years)
School: race kota,raipur
Question: can i have a meeting with you sir,i want to talk to you about the leading science and technology?please sir have a little of ur time to share with me.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 17:2 IST.
Name: Deepak Krishnamurthi (18 years)
School: Tolani College of Commerce, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400 093.
Question: Our respected & loveable President, Vannakkam. (1)How convicted persons become ministers? (2)Do you think whisle blowers are protected in India? In the case of Dubey's case truth has taken away his life: he is not the loser but his family has lost a bread winner. Is it not? (3) We should ban too many parties? (4) Voting should be made compulsory (5) There should not be reservation in education, else we will have second rate products? won't we?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:51 IST.
Name: ashok kumar (25 years)
School: higev school
Question: how to avoid the growing corruption in Bangalore & India


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:51 IST.
Name: Nitin (24 years)
School: An Engineer
Question: Respected Sir, Since my childhood, I wanted to devote my full life for the nation. But, it is painful to realize now that I am not going anywhere on my dreams. Carried away by my family's expectations and the social trend, I am now working as a cheap labour(Which,they say Software Engineer) for an MNC. I feel the deep pain, when I think on this now and can see completely that my dreams or heart is not here, where I am working. Also, I am realizing that MNC has flushed all my knowledge, making me incompetent for even for a Public Sector service. I have given deep thoughts to careers in Civil Services and Politics. I have been thinking about these careers since a long time. But,somehow it looks like that jobs in Civil Services means following orders of politicians, who(most of them) never give a thought to make this nation a Great place. And when I think of Politics, I just cannot find the way to get inside it and change the wrong things happening around all of us. I am feeling desparate to devote my life for nation,but not getting my way clear. I have been continuously reading the lives of those(including you) whom our nation is proud of. I hope some day, something will click on my mind and I will get the Way, I want to follow. It looks like, it will take time to understand what I can do for my nation. But, I just don't want to waste my time any more in my life. Sir, one thing is sure, I can do anything for my nation,if I get a chance. I try to do social work, I feel momentary happiness but I don't feel satisfied with that. I want to do more. I want to devote myself fully. I want to take part in your Vision 2020 and want to see this nation to get its old reputation back as the greatest Nation of the world. Sorry for writing so long, but I still wanted to say more. Could you please guide me in finding the way, by following which I should be able to follow my Dreams for My Nation. May you live Long !! - Nitin. One of Your millions of Admirers.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:48 IST.
Name: Prabha .C (25 years)
School: Tuberculosis Research centre, Chennai.
Question: Will the country be adequately prepared for any natural calamities and epidemics by 2020? Will the existing endemics would be controlled and eradicated? We have lost enough of lifes for Tsunami, floods and earthquakes and loosing lives for tuberculosis, HIV and malaria. Also I would like to know the status of women in India in 2020?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:47 IST.
Name: Vishwas Rajput (23 years)
School: M.S.University
Question: Hello,Sir I am Geography student. & I want to build my career in Geo-infomatics .So,kindly Provide your suggetions.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:44 IST.
Name: Dhiraj Krishnamurthi (14 years)
School: St. Dominic Savio High School, Andheri (East), Mumbai
Question: My dear respected President, Namaste. (1) Should not education be made compulsory & free upto school final across all across our India for both male & female? (2) Why not there be a qualifiication bar for M.Ps & M.L.As in India? (3) Education, health, power, science be directly under your direct supervision and Governers instead of in the hands of the voted representatives? (4)It should be compulsory for every Indian to represent in army for 3 years as part of curriculam before he or she is eligible for work in other place.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:41 IST.
Name: Aishwarya (13 years)
School: Sacred Heart Mat. Hr. Sec. School. Chennai
Question: Dear sir i am a Brahmin. May i know why more Quotas are given to the other castes while we have to struggle. A friend of mine who got 93% in her public exams could no get admission in a medical college while another who got 80% was able to get a seat since she belonged to a backward class.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:40 IST.
Name: Amit A. Vaze (18 years)
School: VIT,Mumbai
Question: Your Excellency, The President of India, As a citizen desirous of knowing how India can cope up with the energy crisis,I would like to ask two Qs in this context. 1)The sun has been described as a god visible to the mortal eyes.The sun's energy reaches almost every corner of the earth,but how can this energy be put to use efficiently and effectively by a common man living in the remotest of areas? When can this end be achieved in India and how? It is said that Archimedes had burnt invading ships by means of concave mirrors and solar energy.In a country like India where sunshine is plentiful, can progress be linked up with harnessing solar energy? (e.g. in mobile phones,cars,computers etc?) 2)The earth is quite hot from inside & internal movement of the hot matter might be largely contributing to earthquakes both on the ocean floor and on land.How can this geothermal energy be harnessed for human development? What is the present situation in this direction?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:38 IST.
Name: RAKESH JAIN (20 years)
School: JNVU, JODHPUR
Question: Respected Sir, I dont know that you have time for our questions solution but if you really read this message then please take this matter seriousely that the Condition of PRIVATE SERVENT in our country is so bed. The owner of Companies & Factories behave so badly with them. Our young Generation which have So talent, They have to do job like this factories in lower salary like only 2000/-. Where govt. Servent get four minimum holiday in one Month , a Private sevent gets only two holiday in Whole Year. he has to do work in every conditions otherwise the Owner kick ot them. please do something for them thanks


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:38 IST.
Name: Vindhya Reddy (18 years)
School: Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology
Question: Good evening sir.V r now studying your autobiography as our English Non detail in BTech.I am doing my Btech form Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology in the outskirts of Hyderabad,the pearl city. What do you think will be the future of computers in India and in the world also...I am doing my Computer Engineering so i wanted an opinion of yours about my furture .Thats because my future is linked witht the future of computers.Hope i get a reply to my question.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: Asim Shakeer (10 years)
School: MES Indian School,Doha,Qatar
Question: sir As we are staying out side india for most of the time with our parents,what role can be played by us to strengthen India?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: RANJAN (25 years)
School: s.o.c
Question: about jobs and unemploymentplease help us.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:34 IST.
Name: Vindhya Reddy (18 years)
School: Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology
Question: I am a student doing my engineering in computer science..in Andhra Pradesh. How far do you think the Muslim Reservations laid in by my state r correct? Do you think theres an absolute necessity for them?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:32 IST.
Name: Aishwarya Bhargav (13 years)
School: Sacred Heart Mat. Hr. Sec. School
Question: Dear sir which is the most important quality a human being should have?What is the need for that quality?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:32 IST.
Name: Aishwarya Bhargav (13 years)
School: Sacred Heart Mat. Hr. Sec. School
Question: Dear sir which is the most important quality a human being should have?What is the need for that quality?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: sathyanarayana (25 years)
School: MGM College
Question: Respected Sir, I congratulate to you because after Dr. Radhakrishnan you won all of our hearts. You are the Best President of this decade. I appreciated the your responsibility, your kindness, your achievements and big thing is you are the our Nation's Superstar President. Yours sincerely Sathyanna


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: JAYESH (20 years)
School: lala lajpat rai college
Question: hello sir, do u think there is any alternative to exams? i mean sir students come under so much pressure that they get deppresed and tensed. dont u think practical testing can be a better option to test the knowledge of a student. thank you, jaihind


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: abhaya nagesh pande (12 years)
School: bytco girls highschool nashik
Question: what is vision 2020 for india ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: Balaji Angamuthu (24 years)
School: Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus,Germany
Question: Can't we abolish the caste system? In schools, before we admit they are asking for caste to enter in the transfer certificate but in the same school later they are teaching the Poem " Jathigal illaiyadi pappa"


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:29 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: respected sir, do you think the steps taken by the government against povety and illeteracy showing any sign of improvement?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:29 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: respected sir, do you think the steps taken by the government against povety and illeteracy showing any sign of improvement?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:28 IST.
Name: Neha Patwari (11 years)
School: Carmel Convent School
Question: Respected Sir, I get fascinted about our solar system. can't we make living possible on other planets or satellite . Regards Neha


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:28 IST.
Name: subham sadh (25 years)
School: school
Question: sir i wnt to tell the serious problem so sir please tell me your email address so i can tell my problem on ur e mail id as it dosnt comes here due to spase problem


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:26 IST.
Name: Suresh Anand Mani (23 years)
School: University Of Paisley
Question: When India will become a super power country?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:26 IST.
Name: Kayomarz E. Patel (11 years)
School: St. Francis of Assissi Convent School, Navsari.
Question: Honourable President, Respected Sir, My father wants to ask you a question on children's day. Why don't we Indians build more schools than building temples. Please put your efforts in contributing yourself in this area. We need to educate all children, please. Thank you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: Biswajit Sarkar (25 years)
School: Jadavpur University
Question: Sir, i am a P.G. student of Department of Chemical engineering of Jadavpur University. I am Gate Qualified but still me a my friends has not obtain any scolership form UGC. Please help us. Thanking you Yours faithfully, BISWAJIT SARKAR


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: ashutosh gaur (25 years)
School: bonmaharaj institute of mgt. & tech. vrindavan
Question: respected sir i want to ask some thing about the worse condition of education in our countary specialy primary & higher education. is there any planning to inprove the schooling structure or any bill in this direction as lot of money/ funds incurred by the goverment on many govt. colleges and schools but no fruitful results are coming from there except iits and some other institutes. sir , i think education is compulsory for each person in a country. if every person in the country is litrate than definatly we will be the realy the super power in the world.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: Manas Kumar Santra (25 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Is it possible for the Government to provide facilities (e.g. education, job) to the students on the basis of economy not on basis of cast? It is possible for the Government to take online subscription of all international journals and make it easily accessible to all researchers of all university, research institute?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: yashwanthKumar (13 years)
School: Johnson Grammer School
Question: dear sir in what way youth should build india a modern nation with environment friendly zone


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: respected sir, we all say we are equal in all means, there is nothing like class, caste or religion.....but why do we still have reservation on the basis of caste in every field?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:24 IST.
Name: Naman Patwari (9 years)
School: St . Xaviers School, Durgapur
Question: Respected Sir, Our Contry is so rich in resources but we see so much of poverty around us. What role can children play in alleviation of poverty in our country. Regards Naman


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:24 IST.
Name: yashwanthKumar (13 years)
School: Johnson Grammer School
Question: dear sir in what way youth should build india a modern nation with environment friendly zone


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:23 IST.
Name: jayesh rathore (12 years)
School: chhatrapati shivaji public school,indore
Question: why older people say that we should not sleep under a tree at night. is it true?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:23 IST.
Name: Mayank Agarwal (20 years)
School: KIET, Ghaziabad
Question: Sir, Since, i was in my 12th i had a question in my mind. In one, discovery channel programme, i came to know that whenever a space shuttle or satellite is sent in space, a solid rocket booster is used for overcoming the gravitational pull of earth & dispatching the shuttle in outer space. Major thing i found in it is that it uses solid fuel i.e. if it is ignited once then it can't be stopped. So i'm thinking instead of so much tonnes of solid fuel can we use fusion reactor in it since it cannot be controlled either, when it is initiated. Although we require an initiation device for creating a very high temperature for fusion to take place. By fusion reactor we can save a lot of solid fuel and can achieve a very high thrust output. In fusion reaction a very small amount of hydrogen can produce a very very large amount energy which will be pollution free also. Sir i don't know much about technicalities regarding the same and that's why i'm mailing you this query. Because only you can answer over this more precisely. Requesting for a Reply!!! Thank You. Mayank Agarwal B.Tech IT 7th Sem Krishna Institute of Engg. & Technology, Ghaziabad.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:23 IST.
Name: roshan (17 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya durg
Question: why has japan been able to attain so much success even with less resources.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:22 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: what do u expect from young children?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:22 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: From a Paper boy to the President of India, Hows the journey been?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:22 IST.
Name: PRANAV UPADHYAYA (18 years)
School: tolani institute of commerce
Question: sir i want to join indian army how can i join it sir ihave district level hockey certificate and states certi will come


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:22 IST.
Name: Amitava Roy (25 years)
School: Loughborough University,UK
Question: Sir, India needs lots of energy in the coming decades to fulfill all of our dreams of a developed India. Where from will it be produced? We must consider reducing the pollution level as this costs us a lot indirectly. You personally recommend Nuclear energy: Is it cost effective compared to the large grid connected, commercially driven wind farms, and solar energy in remote locations? We the people, never get the true price of Nuclear electricity as this is always subsidised by the Govt. The question is: though we need nuclear fuel to some extent as a prority but, how much nuclear? Where to dump the nuclear waste and for how long? Are we not again becoming dependent on the foreign supply of the nuclear fuel and handovering the control of our supply chain to the American and the Europeans for our crucial future developments? Thank you sir.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:21 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: you have said your vision is that INDIA will be a developed country by 2020 and a knowledge superpower by 2010, can you see this happening in reality? what can make it happen? what we as citizens are failing to do to achieve this goal?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:21 IST.
Name: Manas Kumar Santra (25 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Is it possible for the Government to provide facilities (e.g. education, job) to the students on the basis of economy not on basis of cast? It is possible for the Government to take online subscription of all international journals and make it easily accessible to all researchers of all university, research institute?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:21 IST.
Name: savitha (15 years)
School: Bhashyam
Question: Sir , ur publishing any book cause i love ur books


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: GNANARAJ (25 years)
School: SSM College of Engineering
Question: Is our education system will give us the research ideas or exposure ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: roshan (17 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya durg
Question: should not there be a ny particular qualifications for people entering in politics to stop corruption


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:19 IST.
Name: sarang dev murthy (10 years)
School: delhi public school,bangalore,south
Question: Dear Mr President why are people corrupt? i am waiting for your answer!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:19 IST.
Name: priyesh rathore (9 years)
School: chhatrapati shivaji public school,indore
Question: why sunflower always faces towards sun?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:19 IST.
Name: muddassar (23 years)
School: d.b.j college
Question: can v stop curruption in india bcoz due to this evry where there are problems


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:17 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: why is it that INDIA has not yet reached its 100% literacy rate? even after providing so much facilities, where is the problem?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:15 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: what is the best gift a child can give to his/her nation?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:14 IST.
Name: pednekarmangesh (25 years)
School: public health student
Question: Dear Sir, Its pleasure that u r our president and we feel very proud. When we r going to start research affiliated to the universities like most of the developed countries?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:14 IST.
Name: Sreekanth (25 years)
School: The University of Queensland
Question: Dear President, How important is it, do you feel, to practice brahmacharya(in the form of celibacy) as you have practised, in terms of keeping one's mission(the goal of contributing towards a brightly shining India) always in sight and progressing towards it fast.I am at a juncture, where I've got to take a decision on those lines.So, your reply would help me and others thinking on similar lines. Thank you very much. Wishing Happy Children's Day to all of us children of Bharata Mata. Jai Hind, Sreekanth.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: Turaga Avinash (17 years)
School: Jahnavi Degree College
Question: Dear President I am a first year B.Com. Computers Student. I would like to submit whetehr the most sought Chartered Accountants firm are all fair in their dealings with their clients. If yes, why all big firms globally and at national level involve in unfair unethical services. Is it the greed for money or the need to retain the bigger clients whose board is highly manipulative. what steps government is going to take to curb such unfair practices.Further, why the so called firms are not penalised by the Government of India, inspite of knowing all the frauds and misrepresentations conducted by such so called big firms. There is a idiom in auditing which says "Auditors should be watch dogs but not blood hounds". However, it appears that most of the Chartered Accountants are bloodhounds calling for their share in the all the management misdemeanours. Please suggest to the society and particularly the student fraternity, how to fight such vested forces to cleanse the dirt smeared on the faces of few individuals of the accountancy profession who tried to cover their dirty relationships by clinging to the top post in their Institute. Thanking You Yours Truly Avinash Turaga


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: Govind R Sharma (22 years)
School: Mumbai University
Question: Sir, Why Indian Education system are only theoratically approach? Why don't Indian Universities student friendly? I have mailed more than 200 times but only 1-2 of them give reply? Can't universities teach practical, vocation orienetd courses? are universities just meant for providing degress? hope you would reply Govind


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: amalraj (18 years)
School: De Britto high school, Devakottai
Question: Respected President, What made you to choose the presidentship while you could inspire more being a professore?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: we as the young generation, how can we make even a small difference to this big nation?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: Bala (18 years)
School: NIT Warangal
Question: President ji, How the existence of the caste,creed and religion is effecting the minds of the people in India?Cant we live without these differences?And what is your solution to this? Here is a small example? A father looks a match for his daughter only in his caste/religion.When people will start using their brain in this aspect? NO science proved that it is not preferable! Is it correct to ban the parties which form on the basis of caste/religion and creating unwanted tension in the country. I feel that, If people stop showing differences in caste/religion, then slowly our country do not need any reservation in the government.Even the caste based politics will dissappear?What is your opinion on this?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: Sulabh Tailang (17 years)
School: Marudhar Engg. College Bikaner
Question: Respected Sir, I am from a small city named Bikaner(Rajasthan).And I and all my friend want India to Be A Doveloped Nation in Near future. Sir what are the steps that should be taken at college or school level ,by the students, so we may also cotribute our part to achive Vision 2020


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: Is it necessary to dream to have a vision?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: arpita brid (17 years)
School: m.l.d. college
Question: dear sir, i've read the list of people who have asked u questions. Some have asked about how to make india better, some have asked about their career etc. Sir, my only question to u is how do get so much energy to do all this stuff such as visiting different places, writing book, visiting children,keeping contacts with diff people etc.How it is possible for u?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:10 IST.
Name: shekhar (24 years)
School: IIT-Bombay
Question: how can be stop talent leaving the country?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:10 IST.
Name: Bhavna K (21 years)
School: K.J SOMAIYA COLLEGE, MUMBAI
Question: You are one of the most educated president of india. You are the inspiration and role model of thousands of children and young people ,including me. But what inpires you? who is your role model?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:10 IST.
Name: P Sridhar Sashank (10 years)
School: Bhavans Rajaji Vidyashram, Chennai
Question: Sir, I need to know the secret of success. Is it dedication, motivation, hardwork or mereluck.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:8 IST.
Name: sourabh (24 years)
School: IIT-Bombay
Question: I read you about 'creative leadership'. Can you tell me in details how one person can practice it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:7 IST.
Name: AJAY KUMAR BANSAL (17 years)
School: SHRI GURUNANAK SENIOR SEC. SCHOOL, BHARATPUR
Question: 1. HOW CAN WE MAKE OU`S COUNTRY IS A GREAT COUNTRY? 2. IN INDIA, HOW CAN BE REMOVE THE DEVILE OF UNKNOWLEDGE?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:6 IST.
Name: viral (22 years)
School: DDIT
Question: How India can fight against poverty & work for the poorer sections of society so that India could become a developed Nation ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:5 IST.
Name: raju (23 years)
School: adhiparasakthi Engineering college, melmaruvathur
Question: Respected sir, I Finished B.E.(EEE),Now I am rearching for job. my question is what is your plan to eliminate the difference between CBSE syllabus & state board.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: BALAJI.S (23 years)
School: NIT(REC), Kurukshetra
Question: Dear Honorable President of India, India is growing with good surge in all the sectors! And i wish we shall fulfill our vision in 2020, But this is only possible only if the bribery and corruption is brought down to a great extent. Please let me know the stringent measures taken by the Govt. of India to make this fertile land more enriched?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: P Sridhar Sashank (11 years)
School: Rajaji Vidyashram, Chennai
Question: Sir, Our country is rich in natural resources and knowledge, but the image of our country is poor. What are the reasons and what should each of us do to improve the image of our great country? Sridhar Sashank


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:3 IST.
Name: P Sridhar Sashank (11 years)
School: Rajaji Vidyashram, Chennai
Question: Sir, Our country is rich in natural resources and knowledge, but the image of our country is poor. What are the reasons and what should each of us do to improve the image of our great country? Sridhar Sashank


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:3 IST.
Name: Naman Agarwal (20 years)
School: Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management,Gwalior
Question: Respected Sir, There is always a passion in all the youngsters like us to do something for our country but we find corruption at various levels in our hierarchy and kills many budding talents.Dont u think we have to apply law more stringently against these people?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:3 IST.
Name: narayanan.v.r (21 years)
School: k.c.e.t
Question: wat u thing about india,s present


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:2 IST.
Name: s.v.n.vinay (18 years)
School: guru gram college
Question: what should be the minimum requirement for an aeronautical engg.to be appointed in isro?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:1 IST.
Name: Kaushal Mittal (24 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: What can be done at the government level to control the insecular actions and provokations made by VHP and RSS in India. Are they not threat to Indian democracy.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:0 IST.
Name: Kaushal Mittal (24 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Don't you think Indian government is not courageous enough to take a good decision to sole Kashmir Issue. They just want to peacefully complete their tenure and come for another. If we do not take any solid step people in Kashmir due to presence of military will start feeling as if they are slave under Indian Rule. Which perhaps is not the fact. As the president of India what do you think can be done to force the government to take some strong steps for solving the Kashmir problem ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 16:0 IST.
Name: Vinodh Kshathriya (21 years)
School: Assumption University, Bangkok
Question: Respected Sir, It's an Honor, the opportunity this is. Why is it in India Management studies are very limited or even under-estimated? Management is just cornered to a view that it is only for Business. But why can't the vision to be brodened. For example, the main issue we are facing is Resourse Management! i.e, Water, Human, and other sorts of natural resourses. These kind of management courses should be offered by the education department and the graduated should be offered with career opportunities in the ministries. India is abundant or atleast self sufficient with its own resourses except some. So, manage ourselves for prosper! Will there be any comments? Thank you Sir! Vinodh.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:59 IST.
Name: ShashiKiran N (23 years)
School: RTEREC
Question: Sir, How to participate in General Indian Elections since the party fund is required and more money is required? Will it be possible for a poor and educated Leader?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:59 IST.
Name: Sandeep Shelke (22 years)
School: Dr. D. Y. Patil College Of Engineering, Akurdi, Pune-44.
Question: What our Govt. is doing to change the existing Rain Water Measurement(RWM) System? The existing RWM system is very unreliable. You know how it works. I'm a Computer Science student and I've one idea to to deal with this problem, which is affecting the villeges in our country. I perticularly said village because most of villages in our country are rain water dependent. The current RWM system is the one more field for the corruption. I've the experience of it, because i belong to a small village in maharashtra.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:58 IST.
Name: Mohammad Nibras.P.K (22 years)
School: Regional Institute of Co-operative Management, Bangalore
Question: Dear Sir, " What can the(school-college going) youth do in India's development?"


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:58 IST.
Name: pushpak chatterjee (25 years)
School: Bengal Engineering And Science University,Shibpur
Question: Sir,Being an ardent admirer of your sincerity and integrity and into research on Earthquakes, I have always wondered how to abridge the gap between what we get from our results and books and practical implications of those results for the betterment of our country.Will you be kind enough to enlighten me into this matter.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:57 IST.
Name: Anoop Menon (25 years)
School: USA
Question: Dear Mr. President, Can you set up a task group in India where people from all over the world can come and join the work of nation building without political interference or problems of corruption. An organization that is non-political and whose sole purpose is to make India stronger. Is this something within your realms of power? Thank you Anoop


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:57 IST.
Name: V. Sathish (18 years)
School: District Institute of Education and Training, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu.
Question: Your Highness, though our country is developing rapidly in all departments there is still a kind of complacency with regard to education. What we should do to gain 100% literacy?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:56 IST.
Name: Kaushal Mittal (24 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: Why is Indian Government not concentrating much on the development of eastern states. We are going to loose them one by one if the government do not make them feel that they are a part of India and Indian government is their government


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:55 IST.
Name: Arundhati (23 years)
School: V.V.H.S. HYDERABAD
Question: Why is basic & advanc research not encourag ed in India.Why polit ians go scotfree when found corrept.Why all politians not given a briefing/training for 2-3 weeks onrules of parliment/assembly protocol


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:53 IST.
Name: srinivas (25 years)
School: Andhra university
Question: Dear Mr. President, Why is it that Universities started collecting fee in the name of self finance from MSc students. I think govt is supposed to spend the money to universities from taxes and not from other students.Can you stop universities in Andhra from collecting self finance fee.I paid 80,000 to the university but got nothing.It is not fair to take money from one student and give free education to others .Check supreme court judgement regardin g the same for engineering education. Thanks for your time


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:52 IST.
Name: AAKASH BISWAS (25 years)
School: ART COLLEGE
Question: CAN I MEET WITH U


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: vidhya (16 years)
School: dav
Question: RESPECTED SIR IAM A A STUDENT OF STD 11.I AM IMPRESSED ABOUT VISION 2020.WILL IT BE IN REALITY?CAN U PLEASE TELL ME WILL ISRO BECOME LIKE NASA?WILL THERE BE SCOPE FOR TOMORROW'S SCIENTISTS?PLEASE DO ANSWER THERSE QUESTIONS AS THEY ARE THE BURNING DESIRES OF MANY STUDENTS.LAST BNUT NOT THE LEAST THEY SAY CASTE IS BANNED BUT WHY DO THEY ASK U TO ENTER UR CASTE WHILE U FILL ANY APPLICATION FORMS FOR COLLEGE ETC


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: Mrs.Babita Jaggi (25 years)
School: WORKING AT KIRLOSKAR
Question: Sir, Please increase the age grouping bar / critria from 25 to 40 years in the Government/Private Sector Department.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: Vishal (21 years)
School: Watumull College of Engineering
Question: Sir, Time and again our country has been deemed a developing/developed nation. But every once in a while we come across situations which beg us to differ, whether it is the floods in Mumbai and Chennai, the conditions of bad roads(arteries of a developed nation??), the various scams rocking the news, etc. It is my belief that one of the biggest causes of slow development (I think we have the potential to outstrip China by miles) is the hindrance caused by the bureaucracy. I know bureaucracy is a problem the world over, not just in our country, but I wouldn’t like to compare ourselves with someone else (perhaps my reference to China is inappropriate too). It takes an infinite amount of time for ideas to be implemented, by which time the idea itself is obsolete. If the so called “red tape” can be minimised, I’m sure a majority of our issues can be resolved.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:48 IST.
Name: swetha balaje (14 years)
School: la chatelaine school, chennai, india
Question: dear president. i want india to be worlds number 1 country in future. so what will be the first step to make india developed country in your opinion? in my opinion the first step would be edu cating all the children of india. i think now we have lot of uneducated children in india . i see many children begging when i go out, even in temples, trains , etc. what do u think about my opinion . if it is correct, please try to implement a law that each and every child should be educated till their college. let me kow your opinion about this sir. i am proud to have a abdul kalam in my country.therefore we must have lots of abdul kalams in our country.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: Kush Shrivastava (22 years)
School: Abroad
Question: Why not completely remove RESERVATION SYSTEM! Making the entire system on MERIT basis will give India a better channce for future development.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: Priya (25 years)
School: Miranda
Question: ho can corruption be elimated from India


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:46 IST.
Name: Rohit Kumar Jaiswal (25 years)
School: University of Adelaide
Question: goodday sir, will i am at present studying in university of adelaide, australia and doing my master in information technology. in this semster we have a subject know as distributed and high performance computing , as u might be knowing about this. what i have learnt that right now in top500(list of top supre computer) wqe came at rank 86. its being little sad to know that. why? we doing so good in every field , so why don't we build a supercomputer tat can come in atleast in top 10 or near that. i know to build a cluter or distributed computers are expensive but i think at current situation we can afford it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:46 IST.
Name: mairaj (25 years)
School: rmit
Question: Recently, me and 1 of my friends made a very interesting observation and the observation is as follows: We all are going gaa goo gaa abt how foreign companies are investing in india and creating jobs in india and the future is bright but the 1 thing we are forgetting or politicians are delibaretly not raising is that at the end of the day these are foreign companies with loyalty towards their countries and in the case of some political scenario these companies could be used as a leverage to hurt india economically and create lots of trouble .. for example at the time of war ..all they have to do is pull their money out of india and here will be chaos... wat do you have to say about this Mr. President???


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:42 IST.
Name: avani vakharwala (21 years)
School: Shah & Anchor kutchhi Eng. college
Question: Hello sir, I am a resident of BARC mumbai,currently studying B.E. (computers). How can we make use of nuclear energy which is one of the most expensive energy helpful to common man in day to day life?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:42 IST.
Name: Mohana Eswari N (19 years)
School: Valliammai Engineering College
Question: Dear Hon'ble Sir, Your Ignited mind has great vision for India. But I want your view on the following. Every nation which becomes powerful or which stands with time has strong roots, I mean their people love being citizens of their country, take pride in their ancient roots and they build further on them. But here in India vision-less politicians have compromised for the sake of foreigners. 3 generations down you cannot expect people to speak your mother tounge(Tamil) or any other indian language(bcoz neither roots are strong not it is growing). Let alone the language, their is no INDIAN system existing. India cannot be a master, it can be only a good servant.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:39 IST.
Name: avani vakharwala (21 years)
School: Shah & Anchor kutchhi Eng. college
Question: How can we make use of nuclear energy which is one of the most expensive energy helpful to common man in day to day life?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:38 IST.
Name: santosh (19 years)
School: sir c.r.r.college of engg. / eluru .
Question: Sir, I am doing graduation in Andhra pradesh. As u too know that MANY OF THE PEOPLE DO SIN'S BUT THEY ESCAPE FROM THIS LAW BY PAYING THE PENALITIES. THUS THEY GET A CONFIDENCE THAT WE CAN ESCAPE FROM THE LAW AND START DOING THE SIN'S AT A MAJOR LEVEL. THAT'S WHY OUR COUNTRY HAS DECLINED TO THE LOWEST POSITION i.e., AIDS-3rd PLACE IN THE WORLD , WATER POLLUTION - 7th PLACE & MANY ARE THERE . Can u please tell that what might be the reason behind.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:37 IST.
Name: Sai Rahul Reddy P (23 years)
School: IIT Kharagpur
Question: What are the necessary steps India should take to withstand its current possition "Global Leader in IT Services " in next 10 years?. Why i feel like that is, we (india) is facing challenge mainly from east european countries like hungary. An indication of this is recently Satyam computers announced their Q2 results from budapest,hungary. The advantages to India like English skill person, Abundant talent etc may not sustain if we do not take necessary steps now. Attrition rate, Labour policy etc are pulling back our IT growth. What is your opinion about this ?.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:34 IST.
Name: Mohamed Aslam Ali (20 years)
School: Indo French Educational Trust
Question: Dear sir, Assalamu Alaikum.... am very much intrested in our countries defence n affence..i tried 2 collect information about our affence from the retiered officers...but thta didn't fullfil me.. also plz try 2 send me the current position of My Country in the same...thank u sir.. Wassalaams....!!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:32 IST.
Name: N.Rajiv (15 years)
School: Narayana junior college
Question: dear sir how can i help you achieve the vision 2020?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:31 IST.
Name: kiran (21 years)
School: Dhanali Nana Mahavidyalaya, Faizpur
Question: Sir, A.P.J.Abdul Kalam was a very talanted man. may name is kiran ramesh Barhate. I have graducation Completed. I find the job.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:31 IST.
Name: Dr.Bobyjeet Goswami (25 years)
School: Assam Medical College
Question: Respected Sir,I am doing my MD course in Basic Medical Science(Physiology),sir-why criminal politicians are still going strong? Though we talk of easing poverty but those crimanal/powerful man are actualy taking advantage of those budget for the poors,how can we stop them in order to make our country a developed one?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:31 IST.
Name: Sethunarayanan N (23 years)
School: National Law School of India University,Bangalore
Question: What do you think can be done, to ensure "Zero Tolerance to Terrorism"?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:30 IST.
Name: N.Rajiv (15 years)
School: Narayana junior college
Question: whats the best way of studying to build u my career to become a aerospace engineer?what is the greatest thing that i can do for this childerns day?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:29 IST.
Name: meraj (23 years)
School: kalina campus mumbai
Question: Respected sir i am reallly sorry to haqve disterbed you . would you let me whats the secret behind your sucess?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:23 IST.
Name: Akshay Punamchand Sahuji (25 years)
School: IMTR ,AURANGABAD,(MAH)
Question: How do you feel sir when you know that tomorrow, you became the PRESIDENT OF INDIA?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:22 IST.
Name: Bishnu Charan Sinha (23 years)
School: University of Burdwan
Question: HAPPY CHILDREN'S DAY BEST WISHES


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:21 IST.
Name: janki (18 years)
School: mithibai college
Question: sir, while choosing a stream or career field, what should be our prime criteria, interest, inclination, or job and practical potential


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:16 IST.
Name: Gulshanara Sayyed (25 years)
School: University-Bremen, Germany
Question: How can we make sure that the reservation given to different fragments of the society is used by the people who really need or can benefit from it?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:16 IST.
Name: manohar (24 years)
School: JCE
Question: Sir, How can we make our politicians realize how much important to this nation and their roles..


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:15 IST.
Name: Moksha (16 years)
School: Sri Chaitanya institutions
Question: Sir, I want to know how,I as a person can bring about a change that can help in the progression of our today's society??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:9 IST.
Name: Moshe.J.Aaron (20 years)
School: Anna University, Chennai
Question: Iam doing my engg. in CEG. Sir, you are saying about India 2020. Does the testing of atom bombs will help in any way to achieve that. How much of an impact the nuclear development will have on India 2020.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:8 IST.
Name: Amit Kumar (18 years)
School: Central School
Question: What are the steps are to be taken by I ndian goverment to make india politicaly,socialy&economically strong from other nations?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:7 IST.
Name: divyang (7 years)
School: Mothers International School
Question: I wan’t to get medals for my country with my team in the Olympics. How can we create thousands of teams of children to play football / other sports?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 15:2 IST.
Name: Yeshwanth Kumar (13 years)
School: P.S.Senior Sec School
Question: Respected Sir, i am a student of P.S.Senior Sec School, Mylapore,Chennai.I m a just studing 7th Std. Every one in my house tells you are great,great.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:55 IST.
Name: sureshkrishna (19 years)
School: ksr college of technology
Question: how to dream?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:50 IST.
Name: RAVISH KUMAR (18 years)
School: Maulana Azad National Institute Of Technology
Question: respected sir it seems a matter of great concern for India about the advancement of technical education. is it always required that the advancement in this field can be achieved through IITs and not other institutes. why is the government failing to invest its money efficiently in improving the technical education!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:46 IST.
Name: Saurabh Jain (20 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Dear Sir, I would like to ask you that what is the thought behind your mind that keeps you visiting schools and colleges and inspiring the youth of this country. This country saw many great and successful people but no one was so close to people especially to the children.. I have not met you but would love to meet you.. Thank You, Saurabh Jain.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:39 IST.
Name: Kandasamy (20 years)
School: Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology
Question: in what makes india developed country ? how to do contribute for india development to achieve developed country ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:38 IST.
Name: anoop (15 years)
School: N.S.S kalpetta
Question: We all Love You a lot.We know that you love too love us.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:37 IST.
Name: anoop (15 years)
School: N.S.S kalpetta
Question: We all Love You a lot.We know that you love too love us.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:36 IST.
Name: Jay Dhanak (19 years)
School: G.H.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGG. & TECH.
Question: Respected President, Thank you for giving this opportunity. My question is : According to you how the generation of my age group can make improvements in the present socio/political situation prevalant in our vast country ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:32 IST.
Name: shree prakash (25 years)
School: bundelkhand uni.
Question: what is ur's future strategy about children of very poor class,cant bear the increasing cost ofgood study.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:29 IST.
Name: manickavasagam (20 years)
School: mookambigai college of engineering, trichy
Question: Hearty wishes your Excellency! What was your big dream when you were studying in St. Joseph's college in our town in trichy, other than flying high?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:28 IST.
Name: A.Deviprasadh (21 years)
School: College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University,Chennai
Question: Respected Sir, These are my questions, 1.Instead of inter-linking rivers why can’t we construct small check dams along the river coarse which are eco-friendly, easy to construct and also financially possible? 2.Though we spend 1000s of crores in eradicating poverty, we couldn’t do so! We can’t even provide basic amenities like food, clothing or shelter for poor people. There are still thousands of children, physically/mentally challenged persons roaming in streets. If this is the case, how can we dream about VISION 2020? 3.Why can’t we use more nuclear power for electricity than to spend on nuclear bombs? Developed country France doesn’t have nuclear bombs, but generate more than 90% of electricity from nuclear energy. Why our education (from 1st standard to PhDs) is system is far behind that of other developed countries? Do u agree with our education system? Why can’t we follow same syllabus all over India from schooling to universities? Sincerely, A.Deviprasadh


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:27 IST.
Name: aditya (18 years)
School: institute of aeronautical engineering
Question: Sir i have a query i wanted to join the space reaserch so i need to get my knowledge updated with the space technology how can i .Iam doing my computer science and information technology from a college afiliated to JNTU,hyderabad


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:19 IST.
Name: Aman Bansal (18 years)
School: Punjab Engineering College
Question: Are the right students getting into IITs?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:18 IST.
Name: kumaragurubaran (19 years)
School: barathiyar engneering college.
Question: hai sir,hw ru ,


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:13 IST.
Name: angad (18 years)
School: mumbai university institute of chemical technology (MUICT)
Question: Sir, what do you think is the right attitude the students should have towards the indian politics at present?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:11 IST.
Name: angad (18 years)
School: mumbai university institute of chemical technology (MUICT)
Question: Sir, what do you think is the right attitude the st


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:8 IST.
Name: RSPOONA (25 years)
School: college
Question: Dear Presodent..can we solve the issues for Pakistan?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:5 IST.
Name: Aman Bansal (18 years)
School: Punjab Engineering College
Question: How can engineering help the cause of science? Can it help in its development?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 14:3 IST.
Name: chanakya varma (8 years)
School: NPS Indranagar ,Bangalore
Question: Every person has a child inside them. Does the child inside you still want toys?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:59 IST.
Name: chanakya varma (8 years)
School: NPS Indranagar ,Bangalore
Question: How can we improve our motherland?eg. educate the poor.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:53 IST.
Name: Shalabh Mathur (23 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Sir, I really want to appreciate you for the kind of work you are doing. This is a good plateform to write to you as I know you are amongst the few politicians who care for Indian Citizens. Since I am also from technology background I beleive India needs intellectual people as the leaders. I want to ask you that why the constitution has no law which prevents a murderer oa a gunda to be a poltician. In India I beleive 90% of politician have some criminal background and this is pathetic. A law should be passed to prevent these kind of people and allow only those who are atleast graduate and I beleive its an urgent necessity and you can do this because you have the powers..


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:43 IST.
Name: Shalabh Mathur (23 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Sir, Why the Indian Government does not issue I-Cards to all the Citizens of India as in the US where everybody has its personal identification number. This will help in many ways like: 1.)Controlling the infiltration of foreign citizens (like Bangladesh) that India is facing right now. 2.)Helps to track down any citizen throughout the country if required. 3.)Will also keep the track of the population. I have an idea on how to make the I-Card very effective as in it can also keep the track of age group, the economy class of the person etc. etc. So if government is interested I can share my idea...


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:35 IST.
Name: k aishwarya (15 years)
School: vignan vidyalayam
Question: Hon'ble President Sir, Iam K Aishwarya in X std. I am asking this question to you, sir. Hope I am not offending the Hon'ble President by asking this question. The problem of terrorism and other forms of violence in the country are on the rise seery day? Its unsafe for girls, women and elders to travel in the nights, trains, buses and to certain places. My opinion is that there must be instant punishment for the law breakers and the process of legal system takes a long time and the culprit is always scot free. Sir you are the only hope in this country. Kindly suggest few ways oi dealing with this crisis. with lot of respects. I have been to your native place, Rameswaram recently. Its a nice place. Incidentally i studied in Chennai till STD VII. pls take care of your health yours affectionately K Aishwarya


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:32 IST.
Name: ankitrastogi (19 years)
School: Meerut College
Question: sir, should notthe suprement court more powerful that parliyament


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:31 IST.
Name: swapnil yeole (22 years)
School: MMCC, college , pune
Question: can't u cancel the reservation type of things? like bc, obc etc...


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:28 IST.
Name: Subhashini (23 years)
School: Vivek Vidyalaya College
Question: I would like to ask that why can't the education system Of India be made more practical basis for instance in five years in college one studies accountancy but one doesn't know the practical usage of those knowledge in the companys.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:19 IST.
Name: nilesh patel (23 years)
School: NDMVPS'S MEDICAL COLLEGE NASHIK
Question: respected sir, i wanted to ask do u have powers to take any imp decision for betterment of country..if have why are u not using to crub largescale terrisom just now going on in india... u being from a scientific field respect u very much


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 13:8 IST.
Name: Sai Krishna Seethala (21 years)
School: CBIT, Hyderabad
Question: Sir Im Saikrishna pursuing my B.E final year.Sir Im one person who firmly believes India will be Technocratic country by the year 2020 but im seriously concerned like any citizen about the corruption and law and order in India.According to my observation it is the feeble Law and order system which is to blame with the people who encourage that .Sir why cant we reform or ammend our judicial system with so many loop holes and favouring the criminals instead of truth.As the facts suggest there are very few courts and judges when compared to the number of cases that are pending to be heard .I believe only when the Law is strong the justice would be proper and corruption would reduce and that would be a giant step towards a Shining ,Technocratic India.I promise that I would work devoting all my energies in attaining that .Thank you


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:56 IST.
Name: Srija Sridhar (10 years)
School: Venkteshwara Internationl School, Sector 10, Dwarka
Question: Your contributions to India, as Scientist, as President is by now well established and documented. We children would like to see you as Head of the Neutral Government, to steer the nation out of its many social problems. Will you be ready to take over the post, provided the political parties accept your candidature?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:56 IST.
Name: J. Jayashanker (7 years)
School: Indian School , Muscat
Question: Respected Sir, There was a discussion sometime back on a very low cost computer for our rural areas called the Simputer. Nothing is heard of about that off late. Can you please update us on this wonderful gadget that could revolutionise the rural Indian exposure to the unlimited opportunities of Internet. I am asking this question with the help of my father, Sir.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:55 IST.
Name: Arun Kumar (24 years)
School: IITM
Question: The education system in India is actually becoming a burden for the children, especially at the ages 10 through 15. This can be proved by reading the newspaper at the time of publishing the results, more on suicides of the young ones. Do you have plans to implement to overcome this in your tenure?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:54 IST.
Name: Riya (10 years)
School: Vishwa Bharati Public School, Noida
Question: Hello sir! I am Riya of 5 standard . My questions to you is that a) How can we children help to make India a developed country ? b)How to get rid of terrorism ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:46 IST.
Name: Palak Mustazar (20 years)
School: Jabalpur Engineering College,Jabalpur
Question: Is there any government's provision of converting the government colleges into NIT's for providing Quality education Sir?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:44 IST.
Name: shant swaroop samal (22 years)
School: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,ORISSA
Question: sir, on the eve of children's day i would like to ask that how do u forsee the role of ignited minds of our country playing an important part towards building a strong india?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:42 IST.
Name: Archisman Banerjee (11 years)
School: Amity International School
Question: RESPECTED SIR 1.WHY CANNOT WE KEEP MISSILES ON THE LOC? 2.WHAT R YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE BOMB BLAST THAT HAV ACCURRED IN NEW DELHI? 3.I THINK INDIA R NOT KEEPING AN EYE ON AGARTALA ETC.IS THAT TRUE? 4.WHY CANN'T 1 INDIAN RUPEE BE EQUAL TO I DOLLAR


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:40 IST.
Name: Yash Jain (13 years)
School: St. Paul's Chruch College, Agra
Question: How I can make myself useful to my country in most apprpriate way?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:37 IST.
Name: praveen gulati (25 years)
School: yamuna nagar
Question: Sir, I am at present in computer job. I want to know how can i improve my efficeny in computer field. thanking you yours truely praveen gulati


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:36 IST.
Name: Shuchi Kataruka (17 years)
School: Mody Institute of Education and Research
Question: HELLO SIR,I am a student of class XII science.I would like to put up the problem of the grading system which is going to take place place within few years .Students will lose the competitive spirit .What should be done regarding it ,should it be abolisheb or accepted?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:34 IST.
Name: Shivani .A. Desai (13 years)
School: School-Shree swami narayan gurukul , chala , vapi, Gujarat.
Question: What is the great thing you have learnt in your life which became your life from pupil to President of INDIA ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:32 IST.
Name: AG Meenakshi (20 years)
School: BHH Degree College for Women
Question: Dear Sir Good Morning! I have a question regarding "Literacy -in-politics".We all know that politics is a vast subject.But now-a-days the term politics means unfair.I think this is bcoz of the 'uneductaed' politicians.Why shud't politicians are given a post, measuring his/her qualifiacations and knowledge in th chosen field? I mean , like in the other proffessions,why shudn't we chose them purely based on thies skills .Students shud be encouraged to study politics for the development of the country. Sir i'm sure if 'Literacy' plays a major role in this, we can achieve 'Complete development and 100% Literacy 'by 2020. Thank u very much sir.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:30 IST.
Name: saurav rout (18 years)
School: JITM,Orissa
Question: Sir,tell me the ascepts of Engg.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:28 IST.
Name: revathi sadagopan (17 years)
School: r.s.k hss trichy
Question: RESPECTED SIR, INDIANS ARE UNDOUBTFULLY MOST INTELLIGENT PEOPLE IN ALMOST ALL FIELDS IS A KNOWN FACT TO THE WORLD.THEN WHY DID WE INDIANS HAVE FAILED TO QUENCH OUR THIRST IN WINNING NOBEL PRIZES IN RECENT YEARS? ARE THE YOUTH OF PRESENT DAY INDIA ARE NOT READY TO TAKE CHALLENGES..IF NOT ..THEN WHY SO SIR


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:27 IST.
Name: Shuchi Kataruka (17 years)
School: Mody Institute of Education and Research
Question: Respected sir,I am a student of class XII science.I would like to put up the problem of the donation system takin place in our society in all the schools and colleges which is in front of everybody's eyes but no action has been taken against it.Because of donation system takin place , the value of the certificates and good percentage secured by the hardwork of the students has evaporated and the students who slog day and night for thier studies and those who do not study at all are bieng placed in the same category. The students who dont even get through the competitive examinations get admitted with the rankers in esteemed colleges . Many students have forgotten the importance of studies and are now totally dependent on the donation . The education aystem has become a mockery. What do you think the educational system is doing for it,if nothing, then why any step has not been taken for it ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:26 IST.
Name: Sampat G Asawle (25 years)
School: Kirti College- Ex Student
Question: Whether it is possible for you to work like TN Sheshan (who as an Election Commissioner crystalized Election Commission's role in Indian Elections and all indians are benefitting from his work), in your given area of work and responsibility ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:26 IST.
Name: PRIYA MALPANI (18 years)
School: MODY INSTITUTE OF EDU
Question: RESPECTED SIR I am a student preparing for my 12th boards and would like to discuss a question which not only me but also my peer group is concerned about .sir why has the cut off for all good colleges increased so much that a student with 80% also has no place in a good college .this has burdened the studets.besides it has also increased the number of suicides committed every year because the students out of frustration have no way to escape from it


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:25 IST.
Name: rashmi ranjan parida (23 years)
School: scs college,puri
Question: sir i want to know about you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:24 IST.
Name: sugandha sultania (18 years)
School: mody institute of education and research
Question: respected sir why do we have our PMT enterance examination just after 2-3 days of our boards .we do not get any time to prepare for our 11th std syllabus due to which we have to drop one year and take coaching classes.Due to lack of time and piled up syllabus students commit sucide .Dont you think we should be given some months time to prepare ourself well for the examination.thankyou


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:20 IST.
Name: ANNAVARAM (24 years)
School: NALANDA COLLEGE
Question: How to devolop of india


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:15 IST.
Name: yasha jain (18 years)
School: mody institute of education and research
Question: respected sir i am a student of class 12th science stream.sir i want to pursue my carrier in genetic engineering.but india has less scope for it.and usually people go out for their earning and due to this BRAIN DRAIN india is just a DEVELOPING COUNTRY.what should be done regarding this?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:15 IST.
Name: Tarun Madan (18 years)
School: Indian Institute of Technolgy, Roorkee
Question: Dear Sir, inspite of producing maximum number of software techies in the world, why India is still behind in the technology front when it comes to the matter of national security? Terrorists today uses sophisticated tecniques for communications which we are not been able to crack most number of times. Why hasnt India not been able to start a specialized agency which looks for this special purpose of using technology to curb terrorism? These kind of agencies work in countries like USA(though they are also behind the technology used by terrorists) but why India havent yet initiated a similar agency when we know that we have to beat terrorism (on technology and all other fronts) if we have to realise your vision for India 2020?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: Tanuj Singh (20 years)
School: Delhi University
Question: Respected Sir How Can a normal person resolved corruptions from Police. Thanx Regads


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:12 IST.
Name: Vinay M.bhajantri (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, IAT,Girinagar, Pune-25
Question: Though India is a wonderful country in the world with abundant natural resources, rich heritage and anormous human resources, still she has remained as a developing country. Where we have gone wrong?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:11 IST.
Name: A.RAMESH KUMAR (20 years)
School: I-MCA, MEPCO SCHLENK ENGG. COLLEGE,SIVAKASI-05, TAMIL NADU
Question: Lovable President, I am in extreme joy for sending this mail . I use this oppertunity for clarifying few of my doubts. Does really amstrong landed in moon? Many Television are showing that it was a fake! So far i studied that the man who first landed in moon is NEIL AMSTRONG.. but the news i am getting now is shocking! I dont know, if i am a fool learning like that or did they proved that they were intelligent to fool every one! still i dont know who to beleive in this issue. DID NEIL AMSTRONG LANDED on MOON or in AREA-51? Your's Lovingly, A.Ramesh Kumar.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:11 IST.
Name: Chintan Shah (21 years)
School: M.J College Of Commerce.
Question: Jai Hind. According to me India is on the way to super power country in the world, pls tell me what do u think on this view and still how much long it will take approximately.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:11 IST.
Name: sugandha sultania (18 years)
School: mody institute of education and research
Question: respected sir why do we have to choose our stream i.e science ,commerce and humanity after 10th only in CBSE BOARD why not after any other class like in ICSE BOARD.THANKYOU


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:9 IST.
Name: sphoorti bhajantri (7 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, IAT,girinagar, pune-25
Question: Who were the important person you have come across during your learning gate?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: K.EBENEZER JOSEPH (21 years)
School: I-MCA, MEPCO SCHLENK ENGG. COLLEGE, SIVAKASI-05, TAMIL NADI
Question: Lovable President, I I am in extreme joy for sending this mail . I use this oppurtunity for clarifying few of my doubts. QUESTION 1: Before our independence there were 4lacs varities of rice and since then it got reduced to 2lacs varities. Those traditional rices have high medical features. And those rice wont spoil upto 3 years. After green revolution: The farmers uses short range rice (which was introduced by our Government by 1970 in the name of First Green Revolution) for cultivation. Though the quantity of rice is increased the quality is going down as such rices are rotten with in few months. And Once the 2nd green revolution comes What will be the effect ? Will the 2nd revolution overcome these drawbacks of the earlier one? QUESTION 2: In the name of outsoursing, maximum INDIAN Company do the routine jobs.When indian companies be the birth new technology & facing the challenging task? QUESTION 3: Due to high salary some INDIANs went abroad for jobs, what is your comment on this sir? Do you think, this will lead to a healthy development of INDIA in the future? Your's Lovingly, K.Ebenezer Joseph.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: sugandha sultania (18 years)
School: mody institute of education and research
Question: respected sir why is that the CBSE syllabus keeps changing every year and then it creates a lots of confusion.thankyou


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:5 IST.
Name: Vidhya Subramaniam (17 years)
School: Glen Waverley Secondary College, Victoria, Australia
Question: Dear President, The backbone of any country is the rural population. I have learnt from several sources that the facilities avaialable at the government schools are far below the minimum level. Unless the students from wider section of the population get good education and be aware of their rights, the any vision for India 2020 cannot be realized. What is your view on it? Yours lovingly, Vidhya


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:4 IST.
Name: karuna saharan (17 years)
School: Mody Institute Of Education And Research
Question: RESPECTED SIR, I JUST WANT TO KNOW THAT WHY THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IS STILL HIGH?AS LITERACY RATE HAS INCREASED THEN WHY POOR ARE STILL UNEMPLOYE?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: Mast. Craig D'souza (13 years)
School: St. Mary's High School, Kalina, Santacruz(E) Mumbai
Question: 1. Is it possible to use an aeroplane engine in a rocket? 2. How many years will it take for our country India to be called a developed nation? 3. What steps can you take to remove corruption from public offices? 4. What developments are you planning to make in our defence forces?(e.g. latest arms, planes etc)


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: yasha mukim (18 years)
School: mody institute of education and research
Question: respected sir i am a student of x11-science thank you for taking out your precious time for us ...students. sir todays education system mainly focusses on more of syllabus ...that is quantity comes prior to quality..teachers just have to complete the syllabus as soon as possible and children have to mug up things ...dont you think that it is dangerous for our near future.what should be done to make the education system more qaulity based


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: Vinay Bhajantri (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, IAT, Girinagar, Pune-25
Question: Though India is a wonderful country in the world with abundant natural resources, rich heritage and anormous human resources, still she has remained as a developing country. Where we have gone wrong?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: A.RAMESH KUMAR (20 years)
School: MEPCO SCHLENK ENGG. COLLEGE, SIVAKASI-05, TAMIL NADU.
Question: Lovable President, I am in extreme joy for sending this mail . I use this oppertunity for clarifying few of my doubts. Does really amstrong landed in moon? Many Television are showing that it was a fake! So far i studied that the man who first landed in moon is NEIL AMSTRONG.. but the news i am getting now is shocking! I dont know, if i am a fool learning like that or did they proved that they were intelligent to fool every one! still i dont know who to beleive in this issue. DID NEIL AMSTRONG LANDED on MOON or in AREA-51? Your's Lovingly, A.Ramesh Kumar


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: vinay m bhajantri (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalay, IAT Girinagar, Pune
Question: Though India is a wonderful country in the world with abundant natural resources, rich heritage and enormous human resources, still she has remained as a developing country. Where we have gone wrong?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: vinay m bhajantri (13 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalay, IAT Girinagar, Pune
Question: Though India is a wonderful country in the world with abundant natural resources, rich heritage and enormous human resources, still she has remained as a developing country. Where we have gone wrong?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: Avinash .S (9 years)
School: Air Force School
Question: What is an atom? What is a molecule? What is the story of your life? Please reply.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:47 IST.
Name: Aroma Sharma (19 years)
School: U C Berkeley, California, USA
Question: When we can expect the honest administration in India, for investment or to start a new business? This is the best time to turn around India to Ram Rajaya under your and Dr. Man Mohan Singh administration. Because both of you are real Pandits(Intelligent/Educated) and Brahmins (Ethical/Honest).


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: Santosh Koti (20 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Dear President, I have the following questions to ask u: (Answer atleast 1 if u feel , i have asked too much ) 1. Population Control : We are already heading to cross the Chinese in terms of population by 2050, but the density is certainly more than the Chinese. What measures we as a nation and as an individual has to take to bring population under control. In my view it hinders the progress on economy. The govt looks very reluctant to address this grave issue. I strongly believe that every married couple should be having an awareness on this issue , before they tie the sacred knot,What is ur suggestion ? 2. Social Discipline : We Indians certainly lack social discipline,which is a well known fact , I strongly believe that concept of socail discipline has to be firmly etched into the Indian society fabric. What is ur say on this ? 3. Entrepreneurship : Gone are the days of public sectors , the world is constantly becoming globalised , so the concept of enterpreneurship is more imortant now than ever before.As Mr. Narayana Murthy of Infosys rightly said that the future belongs to the enterpreneurs. What is ur vision on this issue ? 4. Energy Sources : Since the progress of a country's economy heavily depends on the energy sector.And also it is high time for us to seek for cleaner, greener ,alternative sources of energy ? What should be the government ways & encouragement for the enterpreneurs to take this to a upper level. What is ur suggestion on this ? 5. Education : I strongly believe most of our academic curriculum is made heavy & devoid of much practical knowledge. I always believe that there is a sea difference between theory & its practical? 6. Politics as a career : Indian politics is largely ruled by corrupt & less literate politician who fight in the name of religion, region, egoism,power , fame, hatredness ! Which hinders the progress of the country , they lack vision of a nation,country, statesmanship ? Because ultimately it is politics that dictates the economy of the nation ? What is ur say on this ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:44 IST.
Name: meril thoma (13 years)
School: Bl.Alphonsa High School,pune
Question: Kindly give me a chance to chat with you.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: abhishek singh (17 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: dear mr. president, i am a common man of INDIA like you and I too represent my country.I m a 2nd yr college student and i want to get into the administrative services.I have certain serious queries concerning my INDIA. First regarding world politics I want to ask that despite being a nuclear power and the largest democracy in the world why is India's stand in the world's political affairs not prominent.I mean the way we are facing challenges in securing a righteous permanent seat in the UN security council and the way US acts as if we are at its mercy in our nuclear programmes and development shows that we havent been able to prove our strength in front of the world.Why is it that we always have to yell that we are a peaceful country and we mean to harness the nuclear power for our development and not the destruction or armament.why isn't it that we just say and the world accepts it and helps and supports us.why do we have to repeat it over and over?I want to ask that why do we always beg for world sympathy in our fight for terrorism, havent we realised by now that we will have to fight alone for our own cause.Every now and then in headlines we ask pakistan to stop terrorism and cross border infiltration but do you think simple asking will help even the slightest?Why dont we take strong measures like the US,are we afraid of someone?? Lastly i want to ask u a direct question.Do you think we have really have an economical,political and judicial system as mentioned in our constitution?Dont you see the corrupt and unjustified tyranny of the politicians,political corruption and huge delay in judgement by our judiciary especially in the cases where big people are involved.Does our judiciary really sees every person equal and if not then why??Our constitution was framed when india wasnot faced by these problems but the demand of the hour is to ammend our constitution according to the present conditions.I want to know that why havent you done anything noticeable in this aspect??why is it that india is still being faced with these problem despite having a wise and capable president like you. Mission India,the jpg image on this web page will ever remain an image if these basic problems aren't sorted out!and ofcourse the other things abt reservations, economy, development etc asked by my friends. I still remember the day when u came to my hometown and my school dps bhilai 2-3 years ago and motivated me and thousands of other young minds for the cause of our country.Much of this motivation is still needed. thanks if u read this and not just read but think and do something.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:38 IST.
Name: imran maqbool ahmad (21 years)
School: viet,g.b.nagar
Question: sir,i want to ask will there be any change in the education system of india at the university level,which at present is creating a very serious and harmful divide between a graduate and a professional?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:38 IST.
Name: prasanna (22 years)
School: visvesvaraya technological university--belgaum
Question: good morning sir.india willget healty economy?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:25 IST.
Name: rahul (25 years)
School: bapuji dental college hospital
Question: respected sir, my qu.is how long do we have to suffer from quota system in edu.n jobs ?? regards-----rahul


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: shreyans b.chinchawe (20 years)
School: r.c.s.m. goverment medical college, kolhapur
Question: thogh medical profession is known as noble profession,there is majoir corruption in government medical profession.why is it? and how to rule out it.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:19 IST.
Name: v.Sushmita (6 years)
School: Sri Aurobind Mira Matriculation Hr.Sec .School, Madurai
Question: Dear Uncle, Iam V.Sushmita studying second standard.I am using my mothers mail ID to send you a question.I have always seen you with children. Do you like children very much like Nehru mama?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:13 IST.
Name: sandeep (16 years)
School: school
Question: nameste sir app mere admire hai par mein se ye puchna chata hu ki ye humare desh meinho kya raha jis desh ko hum bahrt mata kehte hai us desh mein itne crime bad gaye hai ki koi kuchnahi karrahaai ladkiya gharo se bhar nahi ja sakti garbhi itne falgaye hai ki bath nahi sakte hum log kar raha hai age hum kuch logo ke liya rozghar khol de tokya ye sahi nahi hoga poice ko tied kar de to kya ye ladkiyo ke liye thk nahi ho ajj kal polie hi ladkiyo se saath reape kar rahai hai mein ye chata hu ki mere desh wo hi baaan sake jaha mata ki puja kari jati thi aur sab kipyar diya jata tha namskar vande matram


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:7 IST.
Name: sivanadian chockalingam (9 years)
School: The Valley School
Question: Can you please ask all the govenments to stop cutting trees to let us have rains and good air?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 11:6 IST.
Name: Manish (19 years)
School: Koneru Lakshmaiah College of Engineering
Question: Respected Sir, I am K.Manish studying Engineering in KLCE, Andhrapradesh . I am 19 years old. I do well in my studies and I am confident of becoming an engineer. I can feed myself and others around me. But there is one thing I am very much worried about. India is very much backward in terms of standards of living people. I see many people toiling daily to make their both ends meet. I see many people deprived of a roof above their heads to stop the sun and rain suffering them. I witness many hungry, destitutes , orphans .I see people who have lost everything even without their knowledge due to some corrupted officials. Why is this injustice? Why is this corruption? Who is responsible for this? As an ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER how can I be any use to my motherland? From where should I start? Sir, I want my country to be ahead of all nations in terms of military and missiles .But I want that every individual should receive for what he has done for himself or others around him be it good or bad. Hardly 20%of Indians bother if India is in first or second place in the world having big missiles and rockets but 80% bother about their lives which are getting difficult for them to carry. I have read your books and I am inspired by you very much. I found that you have achieved your true position as President of India which you deserve full fledgdly. I am proud to write to you as I am writing to my idol. Sir, I request u that I want answers to my questions . With full respect, Yours obediently, Manish .


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: Abhisek Rathi (18 years)
School: BITS, Pilani
Question: I have read a book by Prof. P. N. Oak about Taj Mahal. It says that Taj Mahal was built even before Shah Jahan and once, Humayun used to live in it. There are many closed doors, some sealed by Shah Jahan hmself, others by Archeological Dept. I request you to please look in this matter, and let world know the correct facts about the wonder of the world.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 10:39 IST.
Name: Abhisek Rathi (18 years)
School: BITS, Pilani
Question: I have read a book by Prof. P. N. Oak about Taj Mahal. It says that Taj Mahal was built even before Shah Jahan and once, Humayun used to live in it. There are many closed doors, some sealed by Shah Jahan hmself, others by Archeological Dept. I request you to please look in this matter, and let world know the correct facts about the wonder of the world.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 10:20 IST.
Name: Anjali krishnan (13 years)
School: Dav public school nerul
Question: Dear sir, in this age when education is becoming commercialised in terms of fees hikes, expensive tution classes etc.Is it possible for the individual whose parents have invested a lot for his education to choose his country where he is not likely to get a job (or if he gets it will be after 2-5 years)over a foreign country where he is been welcomed with a fat paypacket? After all our parents expect us to tend to their needs after a certain limit? Wont the above situation stall that father's or mother's expectation?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 10:0 IST.
Name: vidhu (19 years)
School: savitri Devi Saboo Memorial College
Question: as a social being how can i make a prosper india.what i want to do for that?i am also looking for a developed country as you like .so i want to join in that mission .please say about it


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:55 IST.
Name: Anjali Krishnan (13 years)
School: D.A.V Public School, Nerul
Question: Out of 100 you areasked to allot points for the following based on its importance in life: Science- a passion Nation- a duty Money- a forced necessity


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:51 IST.
Name: benley george (24 years)
School: pushpagiri medical collegetiruvalla
Question: sir why is the presidents role in our country so insignificant compared to other countries?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:40 IST.
Name: vasanth (22 years)
School: madras university
Question: Kalam sir how did India the next green reaulation


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:36 IST.
Name: sankar (12 years)
School: ryan international
Question: how long will it take india to become devoloped


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:29 IST.
Name: teena (14 years)
School: gujrat high school
Question: why our country is not as developed and rich as westerners is it because they are more intelligent than us?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 9:8 IST.
Name: harnek (19 years)
School: pcs inter college powayan
Question: sir how do you fill when you were working in your lab while inventing atomic bomb?u were sure that u will get success or not??


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 8:23 IST.
Name: LALITH (20 years)
School: ST.THERESSA INST OF ENGG & TECH
Question: NAMASTHE, i had so many visions to develop my country,i think the best way to stop corruption,regarding bribery is to punish the person who is giving bribes, rather than the one who takes, as so many people r giving bribes to do work fastly, i think increase in engg colleges rapidly doing lot of damage to country as engg colleges not able to produce quality engineers,(sir, i want to meet u, i wrote one book," ENLIGHTEN YOUR MIND -- UNLEASHING THE POWER WITHIN YOU ......... call to youth, i even sent u one copy also,in that plzzz go through tat book sir, my aim is tht every student must have tat book, so he will be knowing his own talents, sir plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz reply my questions, and plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz give me or allow me to ,meet u when u come to vishakapatnam for naval celebrations on feb 13th 2006, plzzzzzzzzzzz sir, iam andhraite from vizianagaram, studyin final ye btech eee, my address : v.lalith kumar s/o v.krishna rao plot no.29b c.b.colony,cantonment vizianagaram-535203 andhra pradesh ph:08922-279159


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 8:23 IST.
Name: LALITH (20 years)
School: ST.THERESSA INST OF ENGG & TECH
Question: NAMASTHE, i had so many visions to develop my country,i think the best way to stop corruption,regarding bribery is to punish the person who is giving bribes, rather than the one who takes, as so many people r giving bribes to do work fastly, i think increase in engg colleges rapidly doing lot of damage to country as engg colleges not able to produce quality engineers,(sir, i want to meet u, i wrote one book," ENLIGHTEN YOUR MIND -- UNLEASHING THE POWER WITHIN YOU ......... call to youth, i even sent u one copy also,in that plzzz go through tat book sir, my aim is tht every student must have tat book, so he will be knowing his own talents, sir plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz reply my questions, and plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz give me or allow me to ,meet u when u come to vishakapatnam for naval celebrations on feb 13th 2006, plzzzzzzzzzzz sir, iam andhraite from vizianagaram, studyin final ye btech eee, my address : v.lalith kumar s/o v.krishna rao plot no.29b c.b.colony,cantonment vizianagaram-535203 andhra pradesh ph:08922-279159


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 8:12 IST.
Name: Pradeep Reddy (21 years)
School: MJCET
Question: How did you cope with the failures that you faced during the 1980's and 90's? What motivated you that you could suceed from there on.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 8:5 IST.
Name: Ranjith Srinivasan (25 years)
School: Karunya Institute of technology
Question: Dear Mr.Kalam, What is the first progressive effort should happen in the nation for India to become superpower ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 7:40 IST.
Name: Rishab Kanwal (10 years)
School: AVM Bandra East
Question: Is Sports part of education ...or is it someting you do till the 8th Standard...is there a future for us in sports ..do we have a vision here ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 7:35 IST.
Name: Rishab Kanwal (10 years)
School: AVM Bandra East
Question: Why can't we have the Police,Civic authorities and Politicians address us on their role and enlist us in programmes...all that happens now is that a ribbon is cut ..and the teachers feel flattered and we get bored .I would like to spend a day in the life of a Policeman ,Fire Officer ...Politician


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 7:30 IST.
Name: Nishant Kumar Das (16 years)
School: DPS, Dhanbad
Question: How India will be able to contain the increasing Islamic fundamentalism and vis a vis terrorism on its soil


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 7:19 IST.
Name: Riddhi Kanwal (7 years)
School: AVM -Bandra East
Question: What are we doing to encourage sports for Girls ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 7:6 IST.
Name: m.aditya (16 years)
School: sri chitanya jr collage
Question: dear sir, i took you as my role model and want to become a good rocket scientist. I want to know even after sucsessfully sending many sattilites into space, why are we not sending astronouts to the moon? I would like to know this because I don't want INDIA to be a backward country in any matter before America, Russia, China. Nextly, I want to know why there no Tsunami detecting center installed yet? I want to know about the mission 2020 programme and what I can do for it? I want to know is it possibe that we could construct an aeroplane that can travel in space? In our text book there is one of your lesson on your speach given at trichy in the eve of Professor Totadri Iyengar's birth centunary celebrations. could I know more about him?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 5:40 IST.
Name: Sagar Mulay (22 years)
School: Mumbai university
Question: What do you think about going abraod for studies.What are your views about studying abroad?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 5:21 IST.
Name: J. Dileep Kumar (21 years)
School: TNOU
Question: Dear A.P.Abdul Kalam, -Sir What is the Solar System


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 2:4 IST.
Name: Sailesh Kumar (20 years)
School: VIT,Vellore
Question: Respected Sir, I believe e-governance would help to bridge the Digital Divide in Rural India.But, what are the Areas / Scope of Achieveing & Implementing E-Governance such that the Rural People are benefited the most ?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:58 IST.
Name: vikas sareen (24 years)
School: london metropolitan university, london
Question: Hello sir, just wanted to know that will india ever be able to become a developed country, and probably how many years are requiered will we(todays younger eneration) be able to see it as a evelope country in our life


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:53 IST.
Name: kishore chand (25 years)
School: Anna university
Question: Hi, we are proud to have a president like you and one thing you should remember is that if you dont achieve your goals then we will never achieve in the future.Iam sure we are making good progrees on socio-economic front but Iam sure with this rate we cannot achieve vision 2020.Still we have make rapid progress in elimanting poverty,providing education,eliminating Corruption.Hope we will improve in this aspects before your terms ends as a presidentnof india.Hats off Kalamji.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:49 IST.
Name: kapil bhambri (23 years)
School: Institute ForTechnology And Management, Kharghar, NAVI MUMBAI
Question: sir, dont you think we are wasting our time in initiating peace talks with pakistan and on other hand our neighbouring country is encouraging terrorism the recent Delhi bomb blast is one example so dont you think we should seriously should take some measure against it?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:20 IST.
Name: peeyusha (20 years)
School: jnec aurangabad
Question: i am a student of IT engineering,but i am interested in aeronautics.what should i do?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:20 IST.
Name: anand mohan (22 years)
School: delhi university
Question: namashkar sir, this is great opertunity to send u a mail.i m persuing my graduation from delhi university. i want to ask u that y women r not safe in in India perticularly in Delhi?y govt. is not doing anything for this.there should be strict laws for that.either the cluprit should be hanged or gunned down to death.plz plz do reply me.i will be waiting for ur reply. thankyou. anand mohan citizen of India.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:13 IST.
Name: Mayank Agarwal (21 years)
School: KIET, Ghaziabad
Question: Respected Sir, i'm great admirer of yours. Sir, I'm Mayank Agarwal, presently pursuing B.Tech in IT from Krishna Institute of Engineering & Technology, Ghaziabad. Sir, i scored 93.78% in GATE 2005. But, my aim is for IAS or IES and i'm facing huge problem since both of these two services exam do not have any subject related to computer science. Thus for these two exam i have to prepare for any out of stream subject. So, I request you to do something for welfare of Computer science and Information technology graduates thus they can also give these exams with ease and they don't have to prepare for any out of stream subject. Please Sir, I have lot of hopes from you. I know u can urge the authorities to add computer science as subject for the exam. Yours faithfully Concerned Citizen.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 1:11 IST.
Name: varun sharma (23 years)
School: national institute of law
Question: respected sir, i am a final year law student i want to know that,what do u think sir about the role of lawyers in society and what are my duties towards my nation and society? thank you


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:54 IST.
Name: Nabanita Sharma (17 years)
School: Delhi Public School, Dhaligaon
Question: Sir, I am a student of class XII(Science) and going to appear in the board exams-2006.I wanted to know what will be the best career options for me after class-XII. My subjects are English, Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Computer Science.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:44 IST.
Name: ishita Saxena (5 years)
School: Northsbury junior, London.UK
Question: what can i do for my nation?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:44 IST.
Name: Manish (21 years)
School: Delhi College of Engineering/Wright State University,USA
Question: 0001. The image of India on a global map is a country with cheap workforce not the quality,this is because we are developing a nation with more services on focus because of plenty of human resource.Don't you think we should focus more on product based business model to generate high cashflow which and equally employ the work force which is forced to join the back-end work. In plain words, what solution do you think if we have to shift our focus from a bank-end work to front end work. 0002. We as a country to be a developed nation we need more entrepreneurs than a skill-ful employee,but the biggest hinderence is our education system which is developing us as employee rather employer.Even the elite schools like IIMs & IITs doesn't have success rate of more than 5% in terms of entrepreneurship.This is becasue of our defensive attitude.People feel insecure about the entrepreneurship but the fact is that success rate in India is far better than US becasue risk taker in India is very less. Putting in a simple word, how do you think we can develop more risk taker who are willing to take a chance of plunging in to entrepreneurship? 0003.We Indians lack a attitude of paying back to soceity.We belive in Grandfather-son-grandson philosophy.Society never comes in to picture,but we know they are not the only one from whom we are getting benefitted.We should also think about giving back to society. How do you think we can bring such social preception change? It will help in developing the role model to soceity which will inspire others. 0004. Being a native of Bihar I have seen the worst of educational awareness.In our society, there are only three major profession Engineering, Medical or IAS officer. I think, this is eqully true with other states in remote locations.people in these locations are not ready to think beyond these domains,but we know one can scale up in every domain and no domain is better than others. This is not a rocket science that we can't convey and to understanding this is not necessary that we need to be an engineer or doctor even then we lack such interface. Supposing a target audience like a typical farmer in Bihar, what solution do you think we should adopt to convey the educational awareness so that generation can improve they become more productive than earlier one. When I am talking about the solution I don't mean only Govt., I am also considering the intellectual group of society even more than Govt. role as I don't trust their effectiveness.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:40 IST.
Name: Subhendu Ghorami (25 years)
School: Indian
Question: Honourable Sir, We know you love music.Many singers, music directors, lyricists,and other eminent artists expressed their sorrow and pain for their creativity being murdered by the hand of few music companies, "Remixwal lahs". In TV programs,magazines, "Bibidh Bharti" radio channels i came accross many eminent artists of yester years spelling out this pathetic situation. Copying ,remixing are not only vulgarly reproduced but also making money without paying royalty and so. Why can't be a fair rule to safeguard our artists' painstaking effort for creating one song. Hope sir, you will be compassionate enough to artists like Khaiyam, OP NAir, Lata Mangeskar, Dev Kholi to name a few. Because you are as old as they are.Thank you. Subehndu Ghorami, IIFM, Bhopal


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:31 IST.
Name: Ajay (23 years)
School: CEC
Question: Hello sir, can u pls implement the flash distillation process in India,so that we can have enough water from seas and oceans which can be converted to drinkable water.pls do tale stepa for this.The gulf countries have already implemented this.


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:26 IST.
Name: dinesh (23 years)
School: r.c.patel
Question: why you felt like changing the name of vaitag wadi to asha kiran wadi?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:25 IST.
Name: dinesh (23 years)
School: r.c.patel
Question: why you felt like changing the name of vaitag wadi to asha kiran wadi?


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:19 IST.
Name: P.Balasubramanian (25 years)
School: Vellore Institute of Technology
Question: Revered, Your Excellency, I have posted a mail with the subject titled, "The 1 Re. Scheme for India Inc.". It's my dream plan for infrastructure development of our country. It would really be a great honour if your goodselves can peruse and comment atleast a line about it. With great regards, P.Balasubramanian


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:19 IST.
Name: P.Balasubramanian (25 years)
School: Vellore Institute of Technology
Question: Revered, Your Excellency, I have posted a mail with the subject titled, "The 1 Re. Scheme for India Inc.". It's my dream plan for infrastructure development of our country. It would really be a great honour if your goodselves can peruse and comment atleast a line about it. With great regards, P.Balasubramanian


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:11 IST.
Name: bhabani sankar panigrahy (25 years)
School: university of saskatoon,canada
Question: first of all i will salute as u r my guru(teacher) in my heart as a scientist,whom i respect in my heart,but as president of india,i am saluting u. sir i have a unique question,i have made a project,space elevator,how far this concept is true,what idea u have any suggestion fm u,if u go to internate site search 2010 space elevator,fm u can get all idea,and university of saskatchewan able get highest altitude able to climb in elevator.and i am working this group.only i want to know when u have time gothrough the site and see is it possible to make in real.we r planning to replace space shuttle in future and through space elevator we can send cargo to space.urs comments and contact adress jay hind BHABANI


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:4 IST.
Name: Aditi Gaitonde (17 years)
School: D.G. Ruparel College , Mumbai
Question: Dear Sir, I feel that Indian Government can do more to help girls in India get adequate education in various fields and lead a more successful and fulfilled life. Can you please use your good offices to bring about some changes in the government's agenda on education, so that girls can benefit more ? Thank you Sir!


Posted on: 13 Nov 2005, 0:0 IST.
Name: ashana talati (12 years)
School: JML SCHOOL
Question: Sir, pl make education for girl student free till post graduation and why not religion information be deleted from our admission form so tht religion hatred can be removed from birth


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 23:57 IST.
Name: AJIT (22 years)
School: IIT Kanpur
Question: Sir, All along you have been exhorting youths to have a 'dream' and a 'vision' for the advancement of the country and welfare of the people. In the spirited days of student life many people dream big but very few stand the test of time and achieve success. So my question is 'After setting a lofty goal how should one keep herself/himself motivated, in the face of challenges being thrown from all the sides, to achieve the goal?'


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 23:52 IST.
Name: Sheelpriya Verma (11 years)
School: St. Michael's High School
Question: Dear President, How can we march towards future with such rampant corruption at every level of our society?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 23:36 IST.
Name: Vineet Kumar (23 years)
School: Guru Nanak Institute of Management
Question: Respected Sir, I also support your view of Developed Nation by the end of 2020. But don’t you think that to achieve this mission we need a coordinated efforts of both Government and Public? I am sure that Government is doing well to achieve this mission and going in right direction. But can you elaborate the role and responsibility of a Common Man in the process of achieving this mission of Developed India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 23:30 IST.
Name: madhuri (17 years)
School: mlacw
Question: sir, my question is very straightforward. you being the first man of our country,a very powerful man in india, is not taking many steps to eradicate corruption. when you became the president, every one thought that india would now be in better hands ,but not much action is taken by you . wat do you have to say to this.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 23:3 IST.
Name: S.RAJESWARI (25 years)
School: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TRICHY
Question: Respected Sir, Presently, im doing Phd in chemistry at NIT, Trichy. This institute does not have proper research facilities esp for chemistry and does not provide any scholarship to the research candidates, pls kindly upgrade this institute.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:55 IST.
Name: rajesh (20 years)
School: Vivek college of commerce
Question: Respected President, How you can awaken the politicians in India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:55 IST.
Name: rajesh (20 years)
School: Vivek college of commerce
Question: Respected President, How you can awaken the politicians in India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:55 IST.
Name: rajesh (20 years)
School: Vivek college of commerce
Question: Respected President, How you can awaken the politicians in India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:55 IST.
Name: rajesh (20 years)
School: Vivek college of commerce
Question: Respected President, How you can awaken the politicians in India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:43 IST.
Name: S.Aarathi (18 years)
School: Stella Maris College
Question: respected sir, i am a student of Stella Maris College in Chennai. Today, most students want to become engineers, doctors,MBAs, astronauts and space engineers. But there are not many people who want to teach other people the knowledge they have gained.Most people who get high scores are going for other better paid jobs.Because of this the younger teachers in today's educational system are not really knowledgable people. Doesnt the making of doctors and engineers require good teachers? Can you please tell me your views on the subject.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:22 IST.
Name: vipuldeshpande (14 years)
School: st.josephs high school,new panvel
Question: with corruption all around in our country,is it really possible to complete our mission 2020? what is the main cause of such a large scale corruption?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:19 IST.
Name: PRATIK CHOUDHURY (17 years)
School: STEWART SC.COLLEGE
Question: Respected sir, what can we do in the grass root level to make india a developed nation?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:16 IST.
Name: anjali menon (17 years)
School: sankalp the open school-chennai
Question: dear president, i know every thing about our country, is there any restiction that only the old people can join in politics,y not young students like us


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:15 IST.
Name: Prasad kulkarni (13 years)
School: IESs Eng med Sec School.
Question: With the politicians taking huge amount of donations from students being the trustees of so many educational institutions, how do you expect to reach the target you have aimed to reach by the year 2020. I am sorry to say your dream will remain a dream.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:14 IST.
Name: Prasad kulkarni (13 years)
School: IESs Eng med Sec School.
Question: With the politicians taking huge amount of donations from students being the trustees of so many educational institutions, how do you expect to reach the target you have aimed to reach by the year 2020. I am sorry to say your dream will remain a dream.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:5 IST.
Name: Thriveni (25 years)
School: university of Wolverhampton, England
Question: Respected Sir,Am Thriveni doing my PG in Public Health.Is it not important to consider Health of childrens with Education, has an important role to play for HEALTHY AND WEALTHY FUTURE INDIA. Do you consider this for vision 2020??


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:1 IST.
Name: anu (14 years)
School: s.d.girls school
Question: please tell me &do the way by which we can remove the poverty


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 22:0 IST.
Name: Ankur Saraf (21 years)
School: Sardar Patel College Of Engineering, Mumbai
Question: Many innovations & inventions in our country go unnoticed .Even you have experienced this .What is being done to help such innovators?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:58 IST.
Name: Krushna nanda (18 years)
School: nit,warangal
Question: Do u think that plantatation of at least two tree by each student in college, and high schools has to be made compulsory in a gesture to stop pollution.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:53 IST.
Name: Sidra Tariq (15 years)
School: Bahria College Karsaz
Question: being a nuclear power , what do you think India can do to make nuclear technology's constructive use -regarding world peace and peace in south asian region ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:49 IST.
Name: Anuj Saraf (19 years)
School: Father Conciecao Rodrigues College of Engineering, Mumbai
Question: Sir, Who desreves the best brains in the country, politics or science ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:49 IST.
Name: Rudermani sharma (20 years)
School: punjab engineering college
Question: sir, with all due respect , we keep on talking that a progress in education is required, we need more iits but how we do it??? i' in one of nation's very good college and what do we have no practicality, why? u wana make iits but don't have teachers, increase their salary, good things come at price. mingle teaching and research, let people researching teach..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:39 IST.
Name: TANYA SHAW (10 years)
School: CALCUTTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
Question: Respected Mr. President, Since, you say so much about nation building then why not make Scouts & Guides compulsory for each and every student in the country. It will surely help to instill discipline.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:31 IST.
Name: Gaurav Jain (20 years)
School: IIT Madras
Question: Sir I want to know your views on the issue BRAIN DRAIN.Our Govt spends a large sum of money on students for their education hoping they(students)will serve their nation,but they finally land up abroad(especially IITns).Reason,may be good salaries,better perks,or life style; whatever.I want to know that is our govt is doing any thing to make those talented people stay and work for our nation? I think there is no incentive from the govt side.What do you think sir? Wish to get an answer...


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:29 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: sir, did you read all my message & please reply sooner.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:28 IST.
Name: Karishma Baiju (14 years)
School: Matha Senior Secondary School,Thumpolly,Alleppey, Kerala
Question: I like to study astrophysics.Can you help me with my subject? As a student of 9th what advice can you give me? I am very much inspired by your book and your passion.On my views you are a good Priesdent.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:27 IST.
Name: Kasturi Hazarika (19 years)
School: BDS student
Question: Sir,as a citizen of India do you think should a person having criminal background be allowed to contest election?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:24 IST.
Name: sankar (12 years)
School: ryan internationalschool bangalore
Question: is it difficult to become a president because i have a vision for india


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 21:6 IST.
Name: PREETHI.R (15 years)
School: chinmaya vidyalaya(chennai)
Question: RESPECTED SIR, IN MY HUMBLE VIEW LINKING OF INDIAN RIVERS IS THE PRIME AND FOREMOST REQUIREMENT IN SOLVING MULTIFACETED PROBLEMS OF OUR COUNTRY,SUCH AS FAMINE ,DEVASTATION BY FLOODS ETC.Further it will help in attainment of self sufficiency of food & clothing,fuel saving transportation,power generation and so on and so forth.under this circumstances, I would like to hear from you sir , that any concrete move has been /is being/will be undertaken????


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:56 IST.
Name: anjani (20 years)
School: s.c. college
Question: Respected Sir, I want to research in physics.Can u help me in my further study?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:51 IST.
Name: Shreyas (8 years)
School: Chinmaya vidyalaya
Question: Sir, i read the article on India where you also spoke about other countries and the responsibilities displayed by their citizens.however that was possible or that discipline has come only because of some imposement from the government.they cant afford to do as they would even get punished. so i feel that we should also have some ground rules followed in all states to manage and maintain this.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:49 IST.
Name: SUNIL R NAIK (23 years)
School: DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOBILE
Question: WHY YOUNGSTERS ARE NOT GIVEN FULL OPPURTUNITY IN POLITICS ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:44 IST.
Name: Ashwinipriyadarshini (10 years)
School: DAV Publish School Nerul, Navi Mumbai
Question: I want to become a scientist So, I want to meet you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:42 IST.
Name: anjani (20 years)
School: s.c. college
Question: respected sir, i want to know that what is the real meaning of physics?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:39 IST.
Name: Meera Unnikrishnan (9 years)
School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya,Thripunithura
Question: Dear Uncle President , Like you Iam also dreaming a very good India, but what can I do for that? What can we do to give and take more and more love.All my family love you and my mother said you are like a saint born for India,like Gandhiji and shankaracharya. We all like you very much .We will pray for your health and. well being Pranams to you Guru.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:39 IST.
Name: Meera Unnikrishnan (9 years)
School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya,Thripunithura
Question: Dear Uncle President , Like you Iam also dreaming a very good India, but what can I do for that? What can we do to give and take more and more love.All my family love you and my mother said you are like a saint born for India,like Gandhiji and shankaracharya. We all like you very much .We will pray for your health and. well being Pranams to you Guru.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:36 IST.
Name: anjani (20 years)
School: S.C. College
Question: why a black colour absorbe the light more than other?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:35 IST.
Name: rajesh (21 years)
School: mumbai university
Question: ye desh ki condition kabh sudhregi? gunda gardi kab band hogi? ye hindustan kab phir se hara bhara hoga?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:34 IST.
Name: khushbu tarkar (13 years)
School: k.v o.n.g.c chandkheda ahmedabad gujrat
Question: hello sir(namaste),i want ask only one thing that is,how much facilities are given to poor childrens for their studies and other things?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:29 IST.
Name: anjani_chby (20 years)
School: S.C. College
Question: what are the quantum numbers?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:28 IST.
Name: NUPUR BAGAWADE (21 years)
School: THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
Question: When will the poor people in India get a roof on their head and when will a leader like mahatma Gandhi be born again who will care for the poor


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:25 IST.
Name: tajinder (25 years)
School: collage
Question: sex


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:16 IST.
Name: divya chirimar (12 years)
School: g.d. goenka public school
Question: i know that u r too busy and it is not easy to take out time 4 answering my que but still - i am an animal lover !!!!!!! then y r there no step taken towards them ? they make our nature bright and the poachers make it worse . plzz see to it .


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:13 IST.
Name: RINA BANERJEE (25 years)
School: fcfcvhgvgfdfh
Question: 1how i can motivate myson as he is very lathergetic. i made him understand various way. he knows everything that he has to work hard but stillcannot keep consistence of studying.he will give secondary examination this year.PLEASE HELP ME. I WANT THAT HE WILL BECOME A GENUINE GOOD N EMINENT CITIZEN. 2 HOW I CAN GROW MY KID'S INNER POWER N MENTAL PEACE AS THERE ARE SO MANY VIOLENCE IN THE WORLD?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 20:4 IST.
Name: ranjaniravindranathan (21 years)
School: working in infosys
Question: sir you are my role model.from your book wings of fire i have learnt a lot.i want to see you atleast once and be with you for some time.i really need your percious advice.can i see you sir.you are simply superb.no words to describe your excellence.i need to see you sir.plz plz plz.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:58 IST.
Name: umesh sabat (21 years)
School: jitm college
Question: why ur hairs are so rounded?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:54 IST.
Name: Shivani (19 years)
School: M.J.K
Question: Hi,Kalam uncle...i want to become a good M.B.A ya C.F.A so,please tell me abt..both of the course details $ tell me which r the good course for us..i would also like to join Airline courses.so,plz also tell me abt..the Airline courses details..Thank you..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:53 IST.
Name: Amitava Roy (25 years)
School: Loughborough University, UK
Question: Sir, I am doing PhD on renewable energy based hydrogen energy systems including electrolysers and fuel cells in the UK. I also want to see MERA INDIA as a developed nation. India is developing very fast in latest technology areas but how can we bring a change for the majority of the rural people (who lives in poverty), with the present level of corruption, lack of support, lack of recognition of work? Hydrogen fuel cell or nuclear energy makes no direct sense to them but that will helps them obviously if they get the energy at the end! Science and technology can propell the speed of our development. Can we not have many Innovation centres accross the country with efficient mechanism for all sorts of support to encourage local/regional/national/international innovations at all levels? Hope you would put me in the right direction. Thank you


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:45 IST.
Name: Saleem ali "kuku" (6 years)
School: govt high school ramdarbar
Question: could i become a scientist like u? i also want to make a missile, that make rain for farmer.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:45 IST.
Name: SANJAY (20 years)
School: BJB AUTONOMUS COLLEGE
Question: IN WHAT DIRECTION OUR ECONOMYIS IS GOING ON


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: rajeev prasad gupta (22 years)
School: ajay kumar garg engg.college
Question: can our india will bcome lik amerika till 2020


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:37 IST.
Name: Srinivasan (22 years)
School: Under AnnaUniversity, Chennai.
Question: hi sir,im MCA student,i would like to see u. when and how is it possible?Sir, could I please get your e-mail address so that I may be able to mail you . this is my email id: g_bruce@rediffmail.com


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: Majo Poulose K (25 years)
School: Working
Question: Sir, first i would like to request you please continue the president of India,,,, bcz u r the pride of every indian,,,, Dear sir iam worried about the defence and economical situation of this country,,, please take actions for increasing the payment of the low level workers,, please do something against repeated militant attacks,,, do our military strong by giving them sophisticated equipments and increase their salary level (cricket team salary more than 1 lakh per match) thanking you majo


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:35 IST.
Name: Warish ali (21 years)
School: ignou
Question: India will be a great power in world? yes, i know but do u think that the young like me get a chance to make india a great power.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:35 IST.
Name: ramaneesh prajapati (14 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya,baad, mathura
Question: as we know that the universe expanding due to the effect of the big bang.Is it possible that after its effect would be over the universe would again concentrate to one mass, due to grativity?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: Jayesh (14 years)
School: Infant Jesus High School
Question: Respected President, As President of India what can you do to improve the efficiency of more than 90% of our schools? I am a Xth standard student getting maximum tension in the school where I study.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: Jayesh (14 years)
School: Infant Jesus High School
Question: Respected President, As President of India what can you do to improve the efficiency of more than 90% of our schools? I am a Xth standard student getting maximum tension in the school where I study.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: RITOSHUVRO BANERJEE (15 years)
School: AMITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Question: 1 why cannot we make hydrogen bombs in india ,atleast for safety? 2 Are we procceding in the right direction to become as a developed country by 2020?HOW? 3 HOW CAN WE STOP THE BRAIN DRAIN TO OTHER COUNTRIES? 4


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: Jayesh (14 years)
School: Infant Jesus High School
Question: Respected President, As President of India what can you do to improve the efficiency of more than 90% of our schools? I am a Xth standard student getting maximum tension in the school where I study.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: kaveendra.k.m (18 years)
School: s.d.m. enggeneering coolege, dharwad,karnataka
Question: respected sir, due to the nuclear deal of my motherland with usa there has been a doubt that india is neglecting other aspects of "development".people think that we are bending over our back to "capture" this deal & our government is going on explaining its stand.Is there a need for this explaination? can we not take dicisions thought tobe suitable for our mother? b)sir in this time when the rate of development of a country is measured by its technological superiority, our India cannot boast of any major technological landmarks. can we not do something like launching a probe mission to some planet, say mercury, so that capabilities of India are highilighted directly to the world?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: ajay walia (24 years)
School: Dockyard Apprenticeship School
Question: Why our police and othr gvt. dept. is so corrupted you can do anything for that Mr. President And If you get the chance for Another Five Year what you you will do.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:32 IST.
Name: ankita roy (16 years)
School: cambridge school noida
Question: respected sir, i always wonder how children can be a powerful instrument of alleviating the sufferings of india especially corruption and poverty?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:32 IST.
Name: Sanjit (25 years)
School: Berhampur Uni, Orissa
Question: Mr. President, Many many happy returns of the day. Your book has ignited me a lot & forcing me to think & to do something on those lines. Now Orissa badly needs a Biju Patanaik-II. I feel really sorry, when the state gets noticed, only for the wrong reasons like that of 'Kalahandi & various natural calamities'. I would like to make a sincere request - To write a book on- how we can produce many more Biju Patanaiks by cleaning the existing political & social structure of the state. And What are the starting points (avenues, works, and responsibilities) for a common man like me, to start with? I feel this would be ideal book for the “Ignited Minds" of India. - Sanjit


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: Romesh khandelwal (gupta) (24 years)
School: Government College Ajmer
Question: Most respected Sir, I want to know, when and how can our beloved India will get freedom from the golden trap of reservation?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:30 IST.
Name: K.saraswathi (25 years)
School: College
Question: Respected sir, I am saraswathi. I am living in Coimbatore district. I am handicaped women. I am B.A graduate. My father has died. Would you help me for my further studies.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: Jayesh (14 years)
School: Infant Jesus High School
Question: Respected President, As President of India what can you do to improve the efficiency of more than 90% of our schools? I am a Xth standard student getting maximum tension in the school where I study.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: Saumil (15 years)
School: gokuldham high school
Question: sir! can you please explain me the concepts of buoyancy and laws of floatation? i m thoroughly confused by those topics...thanking you.. yours faithfully saumil


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: Nandini nambiar (13 years)
School: Spring Valley, Kozhikode
Question: Respected Sir, Shouldnt it be that Poverty eradication , improvement of medical services and improvement of living standars of our people be given priority before we spend huge amounts of money on space technology ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: s.vinod kumar (18 years)
School: ANDHA LOYOLA COLLEGE
Question: sir , ur the one who had struggled in ur life and now u became the prez of india iam proud about it but my question is plz make the youth programmes be developed and the youth r the back bone of the nation plz make some programmes that will help them and lead them into the right path.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:26 IST.
Name: RITOSHUVRO BANERJEE (15 years)
School: AMITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Question: 1 why cannot we make hydrogen bombs in india ,atleast for safety?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: Nandini nambiar (13 years)
School: Spring Valley, Kozhikode
Question: Respected Sir, Shouldnt it be that Poverty eradication , improvement of medical services and improvement of living standars of our people be given priority before we spend huge amounts of money on space technology ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:25 IST.
Name: Animisha (13 years)
School: Christ Church High School
Question: I am Animisha sir. I live in patna.I don`t want to waste ur time sir. But still can you please tell me that "will india`s future be bright specially patna`s?" thankyou sir, Animisha


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:22 IST.
Name: nayan (21 years)
School: uimt muradnagar
Question: how student & teacher spread the information technology in rural area


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:22 IST.
Name: Arnav Dayal (16 years)
School: Melbourne High School
Question: Why is that even after containing the highest population of disabled people and one of the highest income tax rates in the world, government financial support systems, free health-care and pensions remain non-existant for people affected by disabilities in India today?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:22 IST.
Name: Abhishek (17 years)
School: K.V. RKP Sec-2 , New Delhi
Question: Respected Sir . It is a great honour of you being the President of India , as you enlighten everyone's idea of how to project their focus ? Well my question is : 1.How can we expcect a tremendous change by 2020 after we having lots of social , economical problem . No doubt there has been good result. 2.What is the most important thing to be kept in mind when we face the future wolrd ? 3. Is there a chance for the next 3rd world war . if yes what will be the main cause for this war ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:21 IST.
Name: saheli dasgupta (13 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya kottayam
Question: i could not talk to you sir when you came to rubber board kottayam. will you make a visit again to our school?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:21 IST.
Name: saheli dasgupta (13 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya kottayam
Question: i could not talk to you sir when you came to rubber board kottayam. will you make a visit again to our school?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:17 IST.
Name: Arnav Dayal (16 years)
School: Melbourne High School
Question: What has the government of India done to ensure that talented students or skilled workers are amalgamated in the society, rather than being forced to leave their motherland in the search for domains where their hard labour is appreciated and acknowledged?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:16 IST.
Name: Pooja Agarwal (19 years)
School: M.O.P.Vaishnav College for women, Chennai.
Question: How can we as students and within the limited freedom given to us contribute to your vision of India2020?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:15 IST.
Name: sanjana (11 years)
School: st andraws
Question: why u had not regined after supream court given dision against u in bihare case


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:14 IST.
Name: Arnav Dayal (16 years)
School: Melbourne High School
Question: Would you agree that being a multicultural nation has been harmful for our national integrity?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:13 IST.
Name: Khushboo Agarwal (17 years)
School: M.O.P.Vaishnav College for women, Chennai.
Question: How do you think religious issues like Ayodhya case can be resolved and religios harmony be brought about in the country?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:12 IST.
Name: Arnav Dayal (16 years)
School: Melbourne High School
Question: Though corruption has been identified by you as probably the biggest problem of the Indian society, what remedial action, that would be feasibile as well as efficient, would you propose to completely uproot it from at least the public sector?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:8 IST.
Name: Arnav Dayal (16 years)
School: Melbourne High School
Question: How would the linking of the major Indian rivers still be safe for the ecology of the sub-continent as such?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:7 IST.
Name: divya (23 years)
School: kerala agricultural university
Question: do you think reservations are necesssary in the present scenario?I have lost on a number of occasions to less meritorious students because of this reservations,whats ur opinion on that?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:5 IST.
Name: ruselahmed (18 years)
School: dinhata
Question: assalamu alaikum sir, i am a poor student. please help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:5 IST.
Name: ruselahmed (18 years)
School: dinhata
Question: assalamu alaikum sir, i am a poor student. please help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:5 IST.
Name: ruselahmed (18 years)
School: dinhata
Question: assalamu alaikum sir, i am a poor student. please help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:4 IST.
Name: ruselahmed (18 years)
School: dinhata
Question: assalamu alaikum sir, i am a poor student. please help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 19:3 IST.
Name: ruselahmed (18 years)
School: dinhata
Question: assalamu alaikum sir, i am a poor student. please help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:58 IST.
Name: Jebaraj (24 years)
School: Karunya Institute of Technology
Question: Dear President, Can India be a Casteless Society within next 20 Years, say by 2025? Reagards Jebaraj


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:57 IST.
Name: Mashraf (25 years)
School: college
Question: Respected Sir, Why there is delay of justice in Indian judicial system.Is it justifiable and how is it comparable to English judicial system.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:53 IST.
Name: JANANI (18 years)
School: easwari engineering college, chennai
Question: sir, to all of us engineers, you are the one and only role model. we have so much to learn from you - a living legend. from whom did you draw your inspira tions, sir, that made you reach these dizzy heights? also, why were you fascinated towards the field of aerospace?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:44 IST.
Name: Vaibhav (22 years)
School: Little Flower School
Question: Respected sir, i am keen to pursue R&D in Biology area but may i know that how can we make ourselves monetarily competitive in comparision to others doing MBA and IT.Even after qualifying prestigious JRF exam ,the students are not at par with the people working in above areas.hope ill get satisfactory answer.bye


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:41 IST.
Name: naresh (21 years)
School: IIT ROORKEE
Question: I have some concerns regarding our current education system.Though i am in one of the elite institutions i strongly feel that we are being exposed to "complete education" here.The stereotypical routine is followed and student lacks the knowledge of the real situation in the country,thereby they never give a thought to do something for their country and in a way this leads to the debated issue "brain drain".I feel that students should use their technical knowledge for the betterment of countr,they should use their managerial abilities and dream to be job givers rather than job seekers.Finally the situation is only few ignited minds tend to think on these issues, some do take it seriously and others let these go.Is it not a waste of immense talent?If this is the situation in IIT i wonder whats the situation in the rest of the colleges in country?An allround development of a student is essential and these our education system should inculcate this culture.Can we do something about this?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:41 IST.
Name: M ashraf (25 years)
School: college
Question: Respected Sir, can v afford to hasten the process of justice, if yes how.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:40 IST.
Name: Shom C. Abraham (14 years)
School: Nirmal Vidyalay
Question: Sir, You are my source of inspiration.I wanna to become same like you.Please tell me what made you rise from rameshwaram to rashtrapati Bhavan.Tell me the path through which u reached here.Please answer my question. Iwill be very greatful to you


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:38 IST.
Name: Rupesk Kumar Mishra (24 years)
School: Raja Singh Collage,Siwan(Bihar)
Question: Dear Sir, How can we protect Bihar from criminal politicians & Mafias.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:37 IST.
Name: ravi ranjan (21 years)
School: indian school of mines(dhanbad)
Question: president sir, i think that the hapless corruption upto grassroot level and criminalisation of politics in india are two main obstacles in achieving our milestone of devloped nation. so it is the time for think over some significant amendments in our system. how do you comment?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:35 IST.
Name: vaibhav mittal (19 years)
School: sastra deemed university
Question: i want to ask that why indians, having good scientist,have not won nobel prize in so many years?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:35 IST.
Name: Kranthi K Gamini (24 years)
School: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Question: Dear Mr. President, I would like to ask you when will India get to a Developed nation status or the status will be Developing and Thirld world country forever. I wonder even after 57 years of independence no basic infrastructure is there for at least 70% of the population and no basic amenities for most people. Please tell practically how India can become a developed nation with the dirty politicians and a very bad structure in the whole administration. I think people need a lot of awareness about the realty of a developed nation and its style of social security, otherwise how come over a billlion people having very poor infrastructure and no one is questioning the Governement's Accountability,l Transparency,White collar crime, Red tapeism etc. as well as our people don't bother for the real freedom of a democratic country. Do you think in this situation whether India will develop as a super power? No city or Metropolitan has adequate infrastructure and even politicians are making mistake of the corporates who asks for proper infrastructure. How come oversezas investor will be interested in investing after travelling for two hours for a 30 KM distance in any metropolitan city for getting to his hotel from the Airport. I think Indian democratic system is not suitable for Indians as the entire system is being exploited in the name of democracy and freedom of the Independence. Every day I think why India having the best resources in the whole world still having poverty, Illetracy etc.. I want you to do the best as you can to make our nation the best in the world. I wonder every day why did freedom fighters fought for this country people who don't bother any kind of values for which they had fought.I can see every day how India is being considered now a days as a rapid developing nation and a would be super power but do you think is it really possible even in centuries by having huge internal problems. I am very mucc inspired by your style of simplicity and I feel very proud of having at leaast a president like you who only depends on hard work and talent unlike our political system. Sincerely, Kranthi K Gamini


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:35 IST.
Name: HARITHA (18 years)
School: KLCE,VIJAYAWADA,AP.
Question: Dear sir, many people had asked u many questns regarding the position of our INDIA. we should strive hard 2 achieve devlpment in our own way ie.,we should develop individually first.we should set a strategem & work acc 2 that.there r many ppl who have no awareness about all this,thr should be some kind of motivation in that way.i kindly request u 2 have a misson 4 bringing awarenass among ppl. coming 2 our govt,we have not really that power 2 clear dirt in politics.i hope u (& the officialc like u)will look into the problems prevaling in our country. its great 2 have a president like U sir.i hope u ignite the mind of every citizen. urs sincerely, haritha.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:31 IST.
Name: deepak ranjan sukla (22 years)
School: oec (bbsr) orissa
Question: why india not attacking pakistan.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:28 IST.
Name: Rupesh Kumar Mishra (24 years)
School: Raja Singh Collage,Siwan(Bihar)
Question: Dear Sir, This is my vision to meet you once in my life.How can it possible.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:25 IST.
Name: MUGDHA (19 years)
School: ENGG COLLEGE RAIPUR
Question: sir i wan to know about ur school life?sir admire u alot.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:24 IST.
Name: RinKaL (20 years)
School: G. H. Patel College of Engg. & Tech
Question: respected sir, for YOUR and i think now not only yours but now vision of ALL INDIAS towards 2020 can't achive with this much corruption. SO how can we fight against them??? Thanks a lot to give us this nice chance to put our viws..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:23 IST.
Name: Akram Fazal Mirza (12 years)
School: Colvin Taluqdar's College, Lucknow, UP
Question: Respected President, I salute your contributions to our country but can you please do something that a common man stops fearing our own police. Can you please do something to eliminate corruption from police department of places particularly like mine.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:23 IST.
Name: Mayank Chowdhary (23 years)
School: IMT, Ghaziabad
Question: Dear Sir, My question is that, dont u think there should be certain qualification for becoming a member of parliament.. Now a days anybody who is public figure, good or bad is becoming member very easily without knowing the A to Z of politics. And there should be complete ban of alliance and changing part system in the country, instead of this a party with highest no. of seats should be liable to make the govt for the whole period.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:22 IST.
Name: P.Tamilselvan (21 years)
School: CIT college
Question: Our indian people are spending more money to the poisonous drinks pepsi,coca-cola &etc... Our famous cricketers,actors & actresses are also encouraging this drinks but not for fruity like drinks.Why we can't produce better fruit cooldrinks?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:22 IST.
Name: Ramaswamy (22 years)
School: PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY,COIMBATORE
Question: Hallo Sir, Do you think jammu and kashmir problem is solvable?can India and Pakistan be made as a single nation?i wish it should happen ...i dream of India as it was before indepandence as a country with the freedom wat we have now..please answer my question.i dont want the book that these people give but the answer.. Ramaswamy


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:21 IST.
Name: pradeep sharma (21 years)
School: IIT MADRAS
Question: Inspite of UNO being there, every nation is doubtful about his neighbour and lot of money is wasted in ammunition. Why UNO could not hold sway?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:21 IST.
Name: anil25love (25 years)
School: college
Question: i am luky men


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:20 IST.
Name: Abbas (25 years)
School: college
Question: Respected Sir, Is the Oder or the disorder of the universe the continuing phenomena.Kindly explain with examples.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:19 IST.
Name: T V V lakshman (21 years)
School: Sir C R R college of engineering
Question: dear sir, I require your sugesstions on the utilisation of the cosmic ray energy for the space crafts as fuel. the idea i got is to use an high capacity capacitor which has been negatively charged so that an field can be developed between the highly positive cosmic particles and the negatively charged plate. this charge difference can be made to produce electricity. I kindly request you to suggest me how fa r this is possible and any other idea of it . also sir I want to do my further research in this field .so, please suggest me sir.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:19 IST.
Name: srinivas (20 years)
School: national institute of technology warangal
Question: how india will be becomes strong in future?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:17 IST.
Name: Ramakrishnan L (20 years)
School: Loyola College, Chennai
Question: Dear Mr.President, how do you think the next generation will politics when the very name of being a politician is considered taboo?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:15 IST.
Name: sahej taneja (10 years)
School: delhi public school indirapuram
Question: respected sir. why cant we start a national awareness program for the youth so that they are goal oriented towards the future of the nation? i believe that the youth of today have a sense of responsibility but they have no direction and guidance.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:15 IST.
Name: kulsoom fatima (11 years)
School: THE Indian School
Question: how is your college life?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:14 IST.
Name: SHUBHAM SANYAL (7 years)
School: DIVINE BUDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Question: Sir, I am studying in std II and I want to meet you when you visit to Ahmedabad.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:13 IST.
Name: Tabrez Iqbal (24 years)
School: Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology
Question: Don't you think that an online web forum for the students of India, moderated by some of the best educationalists, could help provide proper direction to the students, which seems to be the only thing lacking in Indian education system today? all the students who have a doubt of any kind can just visit the web forum and get their doubts cleared; regular readership of opinions expressed by the top educationalists(and some other bright students) could help them in understanding the true value of education, apart from acting as a source of motivation for them. Is it very impractical to put up a web forum in India today? (by the time the forum matures a bit, the computers may penetrate the inner most regions of it, bridging the gap between the urban and the rural education to a certain limit)


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:12 IST.
Name: Vaidyanathan (20 years)
School: Anna University
Question: Mr.President, What do you think about the reservation policy in vogue in India? Should we not move to a more equitable system, like say only one generation can use the reservations, in their favour. Their children will not be able to use the policy for their benefit. Can you peb your thoughts regarding this? Thank you, Sir.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:11 IST.
Name: trivikrama sai (18 years)
School: s.v.arts college, tirupati,andhrapradesh
Question: sir, india will become as an super power of the world? i ask this question because in present days india facing more problems how we face all that problems and how we solve them? thank u sir...... wish u a happy day


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:11 IST.
Name: rai vinay (18 years)
School: adarsh school ghazipur (up)
Question: will brain drean should be in india as being indian citizens?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:10 IST.
Name: abhijit (20 years)
School: bhavans college
Question: i am in tybsc appearing for my finals next year in chemistry i want to become something like you as well as i am working in a multiplex to gain some experience i want to make my carrer in nuclear chemistry please guide me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:9 IST.
Name: Arumugam J (19 years)
School: Coimbatore Institute Of Technology, Coimbatore.
Question: Sir, I am a BE student studying Electronics and Communication Engg. in CIT. How can I join ISRO? I wish to dedicate my service to my homeland through ISRO.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:9 IST.
Name: amitava saha (25 years)
School: IIT-KHARAGPUR
Question: respected dear sir, I was student of IIT-KHARAGPUR, in M.TECH (E&ECE Dept).I got an intrerviev call from your DRDO but I had 57.5% makrs in B.E. So they denied taking my interview. So my question is that should I be sufferer throughout my life due to the mistake I have done once in life, even after having a Master's degree from your institution,like IIT. Sometimes this makes me feel that I also should join to terrorist, as I need a job urgently. Please answer. I am waiting for your reply eagerly.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:8 IST.
Name: vinay kumar rai (22 years)
School: done MBA
Question: right now india is growing rapidly in the monitery and scientificly term, will it remain consistent in next coming 3 year?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:7 IST.
Name: Shilpi Sanjivita (6 years)
School: Birla Vidya Niketan
Question: dear President, my regards to you. You love children like Chacha nehru. when are yu coming to our school. thank you. bye bye


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:5 IST.
Name: paru taneja (17 years)
School: delhi public school rk puram.
Question: respected sir, the rules and regulations which were appicable 50 years ago with a small economy,population and needs of the society.are they still valid i present era when the world is advancing rapidly and india is stuck up with problems of poverty,population and polllution.kindly illuminate the need of the hour.thank you


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:5 IST.
Name: Kathir R (12 years)
School: Vivekananda school
Question: As a president, how can you improve india. In otherwords, can we trust on you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:5 IST.
Name: Shakti Santosh Sahoo (22 years)
School: Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Question: I have no question but one request. I met Mr M P Vijaya Kumar in Chennai. A motivating and promoting teacher who always cares for the students, who is very famous among students, who work morning 4.30 to night 11 pm. He has really build the career of many students. Not only this he teaches the family values and our dutyt o the country and society too. People from Tamilnadu. Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra , Orissa etc come to Chennai for CA coaching only for him. He really feels the problem of student and always encourages. His one class is 300 students and in a day he teaches 12 to 14 hrs. I believe you are the only person to give him some kind of award for his contribution to the society. Plz...


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:4 IST.
Name: mandeep (22 years)
School: aec,hosur
Question: dear president sir, i have a complain.... i applied for CDS through UPSC..but i didnot receive my acknowledgement card ..it was stated in the application form that if acnowledgement card is not received please call the UPSC facilitation counter. having phone no.. 011-23385271/23381125/23098543(frm..10.00am --5.00 pm).but sir i tried so many times but no response .no one was picking the phone..please sir can u do something.as i am anoxius about my admit card thank you sir jai hind


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:4 IST.
Name: saurabh (25 years)
School: college
Question: What will be solution of Un-employeement.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:3 IST.
Name: Ishita Bansal (8 years)
School: Ann Merry School, Dehradun
Question: Respected Presidentji, Why our schools take examination so frequently. And why we have to take so many books/notbooks to schools.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:2 IST.
Name: yogesh gupta (21 years)
School: institution of engineers,kolkata
Question: respected sir,myself yogesh gupta,i would like to know that now a days every politician talks that india will be a developed country by 2020 but, how can it possible in the environment of poverty, curruption and regular increasing population


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:2 IST.
Name: vikram sharma (25 years)
School: kurukshetra university
Question: Give me Naukari if ur good i passed Master of Computer Application


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:1 IST.
Name: Pushkala (19 years)
School: Terna Medical College
Question: Dear Excellency,We purchase foreign ammunitions,planes,machines for our defence which by the time reach us are outdated in their resp country and are very costly. Sir,cant we manafucture them in our own country espically when we do so well in space technology why not in defence technology?.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: Navi (25 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: I am writing you because on so many time you have said that by 2020 India will become the super power!!!!!!! Is the super power nation will have totally crippled primary education system, totally corrupt administration and political system, no electricity, no clean water, no roads in villages, people are dying due to starvation. If we compare present with the past 20 years. I can say that (you can say it is a progress) we are going in the negative progress. I think 20 years back the power availability was more, road were very good, society was not so corrupt. Now my question to you (a) Is with the same level of primary education we become world leader. (b) With so corrupt politicians and administrators we will be the leader. (c) Is same primary health care, infrastructure and basic amenities are sufficient for a developed nation. I very much appreciate your vision and efforts which you have made for us. I also know that you have given people a chance so that they can directly communicate with you with this medium. President like you will never come. We are very lucky that we got a president like you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: Chandra Bhushan Verma (24 years)
School: I.I.S.E. Lucknow(U.P.)
Question: What is future of India in IT field?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:59 IST.
Name: Rahul Mittal (24 years)
School: Student of MBA, AIIMA, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Question: Good Evening Sir, Wish you a Very Happy Childern's Day. Sir, I want to ask a question that's related to the student of teenage. Sir, few days back the marraige age of girl is decreased to 15 years from 18 years, Is that right in your view? That means girl don't have a right to study in future now we are saying that Girls are next to boys, Only 5 out of 100 studies after marriage. This decision has incraese the rate of growth of population at 5% higher every year.. Due to early marriage they can concieve early and there son/daughter get marriage early.. this chain extends and we all are also aware of the fact that today also in India we are having a child marriage.. and This really supports the child marriage.. I heartly request you please look into the matter and change the life of girls as they are already abolished before coming to this world and this decision makes the future of Girls in dark.. As a prtesident of India I must beleive that you have the right to change the decision of High Court/ Supreme Court.. No one can challange but we can try to say the live of crores of innocent girls.. And i am quite really happy to share my views to you.. I also thanks to Rediff.com for there first step to share the views of student with President. And sir we all really want a person like you as a president.. in near future also.. so that we can say proudly that we are Indian.. We don't want our head down in front of any of the country.. So, once aging please look into the matter again.. With warm regards, Rahul Mittal


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:58 IST.
Name: nibedan (14 years)
School: sunshine mission school,bhadrak
Question: sir, i am a student of class 9 ,i want to say that why india is lacking behind in the fleid of development?even though many projects are made.sir kindly advise us what a student can do for the development of a nation.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:56 IST.
Name: Arun Eswaran (25 years)
School: Working in internet cafe business
Question: Hello Mr President I live in Coimbatore and have the following questions to ask about India by 2020 1 Whether all the states and cities will have international road standards? 2 Whether the petrol price will come down as it is very expensive compared to Pakistan and Malaysia which are very cheap 3 Whether the noise pollution among vehicles will be reduced? 4 Whether all the trains will be in hygienic conditions? Thanks Arun


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:55 IST.
Name: M Avinash (20 years)
School: Chanityna college of Engg
Question: Respected Sir, If GOD askes you " MAKE THREE WISHES?" then What would be your answers?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:55 IST.
Name: Praveen Shankar (25 years)
School: JBS, University of Cambridge, UK
Question: Mr. President, According to me, the biggest roadblock for India’s growth is its crumbling infrastructure. Please let us know that how the government is planning to remove this roadblock. -Praveen


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:55 IST.
Name: vinay.c.pillai (16 years)
School: emirates national school,sharjah,UAE
Question: sir i think there should be more youth in politics,in cocern about the future of india especially in solving the problems with pakistan.and i don't either that what ever have done by the government of both countries ,is absolutely not enough.what is your opinion about that????????


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:54 IST.
Name: andrew fernandes (25 years)
School: st.anthony's high school
Question: sir we have a quiz on environment in bombay i would like you to pls join us in conserving water and also spread the knowledge of clean and pure water . i am 35 years old and working for an event mangement company. my no is 9820292416 regards andrew


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:53 IST.
Name: saloni (13 years)
School: apj school sheikh sarai
Question: sir u have been a great inspiration for me but i wanted to ask who was ur idol when u were small? i have read many stories about u but i have never came across this


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:53 IST.
Name: Deepak A Jagtap (23 years)
School: National Institute of Industrial Engg,Mumbai
Question: What can be the role of Industrial Engineer in this rejuvenated Indian industry?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Palash Roy (19 years)
School: Asutosh College
Question: Hello


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Mohammed Sibtain Tanki. (15 years)
School: Birla College
Question: Respected Sir, I have a great leadership qualities.I want to be the Leader who will do the things which are in favour of tha common man...You can understand..I am not harsh but harsh for some like u ! I want to ask u why u are seen always with children? it is ok to give some time to Desh Ka Bhavishya.....But u r always with them >>>> Can't u face big persons? Sorry for my harsh language.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Brijesh Khemlani (18 years)
School: MUIC, Bangkok, Thailand.
Question: Sir, As a humble Indian, proud of India's giant strides in many areas over the years, I would like to share your idea of India's future in the decades to come. What is your impression of India's future in the coming years ? Thank You.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Vitalforce (25 years)
School: Infinity Technologies
Question: The Day is nearby when all the equipments of war in the world will be converted into equipments of agriculture. An EMPEROR is on HIS way to build HIS KINGDOM OF PEACE ON THIS EARTH. http://www.universal-life.cc


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Janub varghese (25 years)
School: software
Question: Sir , What according to your excellency does the present day India needs. Relgious broad mindedness or spirtual awakening.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: Subrata Sarkar (24 years)
School: Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad
Question: It is possible to bring oil or liquid petrolium from Iran/Irak through pipe line but why it is not possible to give water through pipe line in rajastan for the people who bring water from miles away?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: Keshav (21 years)
School: Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College
Question: Dear sir, I am very ardent fan of you. I feel you are the best thing that has ever happened to India. My area of interest happens to be your field sir. How important a role do you think India is playing in the field of space science? I am very much interested in knowing India's contribution towards astronomy.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: vinay.c.pillai (16 years)
School: emirates national school,sharjah,UAE
Question: sir r u satisfied with the political situation of india.if no ,what can u do as the president?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: chandran (22 years)
School: thiyagarayar college
Question: the corrupt politicians when leading the country any possiblity to develop the nation.. when we dont have any policy on economic.... what will be the development process... scientificaly we may develop but all details will be spied by the officials and employees... how to c ontroll all this things will you take action what is your limit of administration? chandran


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: vikramkulkarni (22 years)
School: a.p.s coll of engineering
Question: hello sir,there is huge boom in IT industries & the rest of the sectors.but when it comes to the cottage industries..there is a steady decrease in the recent years escpecially things related to handicrafts done by our people...has our govt seeing it seriously & taking any steps to improve it..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: Lucy Maria Joseph (8 years)
School: St.Antony's Public school,Kanjirapally
Question: Dear Rashtrpathiji, What India needs now is a Generation of Disciplened People particularly youth.Sir, can you sent periodical letters to all the students which can be circulated through the respective schools.I think al letter from the president can have a great impact


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: rahul soni (21 years)
School: vivekananda school of post graduate studies
Question: Respected sir, iam student of mba i want to know when will be the rule of reservation in every catrgories will be changed, because it will be better to give reservation to poor or those people who needs it badly other than giving reservation on the basis of caste, creed and religion, and advice me what can i do on my part to try to change this rule.And even i want to know will you try to be president for the second term because because INDIA is developing very well in your hands and your are responsible for showing whole india and especially young minds how to grow and think big because small aim is not good.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: keerthi priyanka (14 years)
School: st ann's high school
Question: respected sir, i am priyanka. i would like to know how can vision 2020 dream come true when india is facing with so many problems like poverty, population etc.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: srinivasreddy revuri (25 years)
School: holy mary institute of tech
Question: sir i want to start a good quality educational institution after 4 years ,i dont have budget to finance how can i start it and what are the minimum resposibilities i have to do


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: Diptanjan Saha (17 years)
School: Jyoti Niketan, Azamgarh
Question: I am a student in a christian missionary school in a small town of UP. But I aspire to become an aeronautical engineer of the topmaost class. Please tell me what I should do so as to achieve my aim in life?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: k.kumaresan (19 years)
School: National College,Trichy
Question: Respected sir,Warm greetings to u.Im doing b.sc physics.Iwant to do my further inIIT.So please help me for my success.Also give some tips todevelope my knowledge in physics.Thanku.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: PRAMOD KUMAR (22 years)
School: M.B.P.G. COLLEGE
Question: DEAR SIR, I WANT TO KNOW THAT "ARE U SURE THAT INDIA CAN BECOME A DEVELOPED COUNTRY, IF YES THAN HOW IT IS POSSIBLE.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: Arjun Dev (8 years)
School: Bhavan's International Singapore
Question: Der Mr. President, Will you be coming to Singapore in the near future?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: vipin (25 years)
School: veterinary college
Question: respected Sir, i wanted to know why cant a special demand for one cast leader (say paswan )be booked for anti-national act and even be through out of the country. Do you think it is way to live in democratic country. My second query that that SC and ST are given all the facility and reservation but then also they are not able to accept gandhi ji as our father of nationand in their posters even they are calling someone as raster pita , is it not antinational. third query is that this reservation system is based on one point that those section getting benifit had faced partiality in past , does not this a act other sections will be watching, those kids whose are born up now and will be living a life on basis of this partiality and have to spare their dreams because our constitution believed that ancesters of other sections were benefited in past. does not this mean a not equal oppertunity for all and something not a thing of democratic country and independent country. Does not this have something againsts human right.Can we recover something from british because they ruled us in past. Should we all ourself independent. Why cant we have a booming agriculture and anmal husbandary industry like IT. I will feel pleasure if you anwer these query, Sir .I would love to have your strong points against all this queiese as well ,Sir. But your opinion matters for me and my life. All lot of regard and love for our misile man and president as well as our professinal leader.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:44 IST.
Name: Niaz Ahmed (14 years)
School: Indian Embassy School,Jeddah
Question: Dear Sir, I am studying in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.Do you have plans of paying a visit to the Holy Cities of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia.It is our sincere desire that you visit the Kingdom for a pilgrimage.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:44 IST.
Name: Fleming Nagarajan (15 years)
School: Montfort School, Anakkara
Question: I think many of our citizens(including me) doesn't know what is patriotism. Can you please explain it for us


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: Ranjeet Kaur (12 years)
School: S.S.K. Kh. Girls Sen. Sec. school, Darya Ganj
Question: Respected Sir, why it is necessary to read chemical classification?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: Arjun (20 years)
School: B.M.S.College Of Engineering
Question: President ji you have surpassed Nehru as the person most liked by the children . What is the secret behind this? and for India to be a super power it is required for people of my age to do something good for the country.Can u suggest what kind of work can we do and contribute to our country?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:42 IST.
Name: shoeb balwa (19 years)
School: sydhenam college
Question: why u love so much to children


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:42 IST.
Name: rachna (16 years)
School: j t college
Question: would you help me fo my further studies


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:41 IST.
Name: nikhil anurag (21 years)
School: d. y. patil college on enggineering.
Question: in which field i should select the carrier so that i would be satisfied.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:41 IST.
Name: INDRANIL GHOSH (18 years)
School: SCHOOL
Question: Honarable sir, i am student of science stream.but i do have plenty of interest in politics.would u please explain me sir,the role of AMERICA in the world now.are they not playing a role of tyrant? yet none of the countries are raising slogans agaist them.as for india and pakistan.infront of our hon.PM they are supporting INDIA while viceversa infront of pakistani PM.is it fair?is it not for their own benifit? yours,faithfully. an indian.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:40 IST.
Name: Mugdha (19 years)
School: Engg.College,Raipur
Question: Gud moing sir, i wan to successful like u.pls tel me ur inspiration?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: prabhakaran (18 years)
School: vlbjcet
Question: about your educational qulafication


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: goldy (21 years)
School: no student
Question: hi sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: Vishal V K Jaiswal (18 years)
School: National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality
Question: Honourable Sir, You should have developed a new missile technology there are many other politicians to look after country as a scientist or technical consultant would be more better position for you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: ashish vachhani (23 years)
School: shri ramkrishna pharmacy college (M.Pharma) coimbatore
Question: your excellency sir, i would like to ask that as per your vision India 2020 as developed country, i am involved in Brahmakumaries spiritual university,and also co-ordinate youth , how youth can contribute for vision as india developed country?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: Sahyadri (23 years)
School: Venki College
Question: what is the perfect aim a student should follow?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: arindam satpati (23 years)
School: kharagpur college
Question: How things are changing at Ma-Mahajnan Centre, kharagpur-721305, W.B.,is none of your concern-nor even of Your Excellency's. Isn't it something pretty strange?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: Meena Kaushik (21 years)
School: B.Com Pass 2nd Year, Delhi University, New Delhi
Question: Good Morning, Why don’t the law permit the judge to have the judgement of hang till death or last sentence to the rapist? what the Govt. is doing to prevent the nation from such heinous crime? What is the re-approach for the victim in the world/life after having such incident. Thanking you, Yours faithfully, Meena Kaushik


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:37 IST.
Name: Supriya (22 years)
School: Employee @ Infosys
Question: Sir,What do you think ?Are software industries in India today working towards our country's progress or against it by being one of the biggest sources of BrainDrain to US? ThankYou.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: SUJOY DAS (25 years)
School: BENGAL ENGINEERING & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
Question: SIR I AM A STUDENT OF M.TECH.IN MATERIAL ENGINEERING IN B.E.S.U.IWANT TO KNOW THE FUTURE PROSPECT ABOUT MATERIAL ENGG. IN INDIA.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: Chandan G.N. (10 years)
School: East West Public School, Bangalore
Question: Sir, 1. Can I know when is your next "childern's programme" at Bangalore. 2. I like you to shine and have a day in your name or fame every year as President Radhakrishnan is having his day in a year called "Teacher's day" With Warm wishes Chandan


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: riddhi shree (19 years)
School: g.i.e.t.,gunupur,orissa.
Question: what inspired u the most in your student life?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:26 IST.
Name: nithya (23 years)
School: Sri Sairam Engg College
Question: Sir iam nithya.K.M working in Techruit.(finished B.E in 2005).I want to help needy people.i am very much Worriying about the small children who are forced to beg in public palces.i strongly beleive that the crimals are formed because of their brought up.i also informed the police abt this(in Merinna beach-Chennai),They did not take action.The students power is great.i am doing what ever i can do ,no, i can do every thing for that.i want a idea what to do.i dont want any gifts or price.i want a solution sir.Please help me.i cant sleep properly,the faces of those small kids is coming in my mind.Please sir i want a solution.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: rachna (16 years)
School: j t college
Question: would you help me fo my further studies


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:13 IST.
Name: rajeev (8 years)
School: pettit hr. sec. school, pondicherry
Question: how do i prove that i am a ture indian for ever and a nice human being for ever?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:12 IST.
Name: jamuna (16 years)
School: j.t.college
Question: why the student of the middle class cannot get the higher


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:12 IST.
Name: vrindar (17 years)
School: saint xaviers high school
Question: respected sir,i am in 12th std.after h.s.c.due to faulty govt. policy in state,lots of money of parents are wasted.education has become very costly.why govt. entertain selffinanced college& not manage for govt.college?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:5 IST.
Name: Rahidha C (16 years)
School: I.C.A English Higher Secondary School, Vadakkekad, Trichur District, Kerala
Question: India have very good natural resources and Human REsources than most other countries, but still india is developing..not developed why this your highness??? Rahidha C 12th Humanities I.C.A School


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 17:2 IST.
Name: PRIYANKA HIREMATH (12 years)
School: ST.JOSEPH SCHOOL, KAJUBAG, KARWAR-581301 KARNATAKA STATE.
Question: Dear Sir, I highly admire you Sir. I want to know what were you & How were you at my Age? I want myself get redirected,as per advise.I am highly ambitious to become something extra-ordinary for which I draw inspiration from my Parents, Teachers & good friends.I love Reading,Cycling & travelling. Kindly inform your latest Book.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:57 IST.
Name: Ezhilarasi (25 years)
School: school of planning and architecture, Newdelhi
Question: Goodmorning sir, The role of women in social welfare, innovative technologies, research works,have been increased in the last 5 - 10 yrs. what is your opinion on this. i have done my post graduation in planning, being a sensitive planner of india..... i do have some of the social interest and responsibilities are there. thanking you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:55 IST.
Name: Sandeep B. Gaudana (24 years)
School: Department of Microbiology and biotechnology,M.S.University,Baroda,Gujarat
Question: Respected Sir,What does mother India ask from her youth today for realisation of India being a super power by 2020?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:53 IST.
Name: Shashank Bhardwaj (11 years)
School: Delhi Public School, Dwarka, New Delhi
Question: Dear Mr. President. I want to know why are the corrupt politicians and gangsters allowed to roam free. They should be jailed. Dont you think there should be honest politicans in the governent so India can be a better country. Shashank


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:51 IST.
Name: neeraj (25 years)
School: jhtcollage
Question: how are you.i am fine.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:49 IST.
Name: preethi (15 years)
School: chinmaya vidyalaya
Question: respected sir, nowadays according to my knowledge most of the students who are selected and given scholarship in companies like INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY but after they get their degree they go abroad to work. Is this good for india?IF NOT THEN HOW ARE YOU GOING TO TACKLE THI PROBLEM OF BRAIN DRAIN?I KINDLY ASK YOU TO REPLY ME PLEASEEEEEEEEE?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:39 IST.
Name: NANDDEEP S. NASNODKAR (21 years)
School: GOA UNIVERSITY
Question: Sir,what are the most important qualities a person should have/develop to be a good human being?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: Joy P. Jose (20 years)
School: JVM INSTITUTE
Question: Dear Sir, We all proud of you of being a forward-looking and adorable President of India. What will be your unique Gift to children of India, which will be remembered by each of them, especially in the educational field, even after your tenure as President of India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: prachi batra (17 years)
School: montfort sr sec school
Question: CORRUPTION IS ONE TERMITE WHICH IS FEEDING ON INDIA'S PROGRESS AND GROWTH VEHEMENTLY.DOES INDIA'S PRESIDENT HAVE A SOLUTION?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:28 IST.
Name: chaitanya (22 years)
School: osmania university
Question: what is yuur opinion on muslim reservation in A.P which was rejected resently by andhra pradesh high court?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:26 IST.
Name: Master : Jagdish J. Patil (12 years)
School: People's High School, Panjim, Goa
Question: SURPRISE MATTER! Respected Sir, My question to you is : International language is Englsih, Our National Language is Hindi you are sitting on the top seat but I have seen everytime speaking you sir in English only. but is it not possible in hindi to you? I am waiting for your answer but not your surprise prize.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: Srikant (25 years)
School: Mits
Question: What is the present problem in our country. Please in One or two word.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: shekhar (24 years)
School: jobs
Question: hi


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 16:8 IST.
Name: Jai Prakash Narayan (25 years)
School: IIT Kanpur
Question: Sir, i am student of AEROSPACE ENGG. from IIT kanpur. i want to work for my country and join the organisation like DRDO. problem is less salary. we should get at least for survival.Why most of talented engineers(IITians) don't want to join-DRDO,NAL,ISRO etc.or join but after sometime they leave the job. hike in salary may be one solution for improving these sectors. for example...staying in BAGALORE with 15,000/- is very difficult. particularly with family. private companies paying more money(30-40 thousand). i think u know abtt all these things. so why not increse in the salary.we should not restrict the amount because salary won't be more than "PRESIDENT SALARY.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:59 IST.
Name: Anuradha Mehta (21 years)
School: Y.C.C.E, Nagpur
Question: Your Highness, You have been the backbone and mastermind of India's nuclear programme. Will you continue to be a very special advisor to the same programme now and afterwards? The nation cannot afford to miss out on your expertise in the field.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:54 IST.
Name: Esakkiyappan (19 years)
School: Dr.Sivanthi Aditanar College of Eng.
Question: wat view i can made the india a peacefull country


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:51 IST.
Name: sagar kadam (14 years)
School: sibm,pune
Question: who you think should be the next president of India(but just like you)& why?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: sagar kadam (14 years)
School: sibm,pune
Question: who you think should be the next president of India(but just like you)& why?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:45 IST.
Name: indumathi (24 years)
School: BIM
Question: INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:42 IST.
Name: Alpesh Prajapati (25 years)
School: GDCST,V.V.Nagar
Question: Dear Sir, I want to know that which is your favourite Book ever.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:41 IST.
Name: angad mehta (18 years)
School: Mumbai University Institute Of Chemical Technology(MUICT)
Question: Sir,what do you think is an ideal way to live as an Indian citizen


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:29 IST.
Name: Yatish Chandra (11 years)
School: Our Own English School, Sharjah, UAE
Question: Dear President, My father told me that u r the treasure of simple common man and proved that a simple man can also reach the top most post.A man who came from very small village,struggled much in school days for food, clothes etc had a dream of becoming great scientist. Achieved it. Sir HOW IT HAPPENED??


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:26 IST.
Name: Manoj (22 years)
School: B.T.E.C.
Question: please tell me what you want to do for the nation.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:8 IST.
Name: shaik shabbir (22 years)
School: college
Question: sir, iam suffering with lack confidence how can i imjprove my confidence level


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:3 IST.
Name: Saahil Kaul (14 years)
School: Eicher School Faridabad
Question: as a child did u ever dream of becoming the prez of India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 15:3 IST.
Name: G.Gayathri Jayaprabha (23 years)
School: Centre for Distance Educatioon-Bharathidasan University,Trichy
Question: Most Respected Sir,I am a M.C.A final year student of Bharathidasan University-CDE,Trichy.Correspondance students are denied campus interview for job and even IT companies refuse to offer job for Correspondance students.Even though the curriculum and examination are equal to that of regular students.Will you find a way for getting jobs for correspondance students in IT sector please?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:59 IST.
Name: Raghavendra kumar (25 years)
School: S.K University,AP
Question: As a president you have lotsof power..why don't you use this for removing corruption in india? so that i will be placed in top 10 countries in the world. And give strength to the youth so that they will develop the country like a unlimited energyfree super country.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:58 IST.
Name: lalitvats (20 years)
School: indian insitute of planning and management
Question: sir, can you tell how capitalism dominate the corporate world or scandal? it is very imp for me as i have to give presentateion on this wating for your reply


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:57 IST.
Name: saurabh chandrawat (23 years)
School: mit mandsaur
Question: sir, i have a great idea regarding the energy production. i have done calculatons &get exiciting results. i dont have money to do practicals. i want to tell u my idea as i have no idea how to proceed further. plz. help me. with regards saurabh B.E.(MECH) mob.-09414418680


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:56 IST.
Name: saurabh chandrawat (23 years)
School: mit mandsaur
Question: sir, i have a great idea regarding the energy production. i have done calculatons &get exiciting results. i dont have money to do practicals. i want to tell u my idea as i have no idea how to proceed further. plz. help me. with regards saurabh B.E.(MECH)


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:55 IST.
Name: lalitvats (20 years)
School: indian insitute of planning and management
Question: sir, i want to live in prospers & developed india which dominate the world so for this what should i do?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:47 IST.
Name: rajesh babu k (21 years)
School: zp high school
Question: where are you now.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:21 IST.
Name: Saurbh Kumar (22 years)
School: IIT BOMBAY
Question: What should be our vision and goals for our nation to pursue our dream to make INDIA socially and financially strong.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:19 IST.
Name: Prodosh Roy (22 years)
School: dhsk commerce college
Question: sir, iwant to know as our top politician is facing the charges of beneficiary on oil for food. Now what is the respect that INDIA get from other countries. even the ruling party congress is also included.on what ground they representing our country in international arena.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:18 IST.
Name: mohd salahuddin afroze (20 years)
School: finished 10+2
Question: hi sir how r u iam sahil here from hyderabad how is urhealth now i need to study in america so sir can u help me for being to get the visa or some finincial help


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 14:2 IST.
Name: Kanika shah (12 years)
School: Lourdes Convent School
Question: Why so much corruption is there in INDIA?? Yesterday I was driving a scotter and Police stop me, and Asked foe a licence, But I was not having my licence so He asked for a Rs.100/ I gave Rs.100/ and asked for a receipt but it was not issued.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:58 IST.
Name: sanjay (16 years)
School: B.N.S.D. INTER COLLEGE
Question: respected sir, Whther from moon earth also changed shape like moon


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:56 IST.
Name: Saurabh Kumar (22 years)
School: IIT BOMBAY
Question: What should be our vision and goals for our nation to persue our dream to make INDIA socially and financially strong.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:53 IST.
Name: Amit Mishra (16 years)
School: Thakkur college of science
Question: why is India as a whole not celebrating a cycle day i.e no one is allowed to travell in vehicles, so as to reduce air pollution?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:49 IST.
Name: Aditya Pugalia (22 years)
School: SP Jain Center of Management
Question: Dear Sir, I fully endorse your vision of a New India by 2020. But dont u think Goverment needs to take Microfinance seriously because I believe that its Rural India that wil take India to newer heights. Whats your take on it ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:48 IST.
Name: Saurabh Kumar (22 years)
School: IIT BOMBAY
Question: As we are growing fast in the sector of science and technology,because of this the difference between people those who are above poverty line and below it has been increased. How we can bring them to main stream line of development in next 10-15 years. That only will be the real sence of development for our nation.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:48 IST.
Name: Ishita Marwah (17 years)
School: St.Xavier's College, Mumbai
Question: Hello Sir! i have received gold and silver medals for writing from you at the Shankar's International Children's Competition prize distribution ceremonies 2002 and 2004. i have always wanted to become a veterinarian and work for the welfare of animals in our country. But this year, after securing 92% in my twelfth standard and 143/200 in my CET, i discovered that whereas i have failed to gain admission in this field candidates with 50% and 120/200 marks in CET have been granted admission to Bombay Veterinary College by the Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University under an unfair clause that anyone whose parents/guardians own agricultural land in Maharashtra gets 24 marks extra which obviously catapults unworthy candidates up the list. This is an obsolete rule that must be done away with if the level of veterinary colleges and doctors in India is to be raised above sub-standard. Sadly, Vet Science is a much neglected field and hence this apathy towards it which gives the authorities freedom to come up with their own reservations which are non-constitutional and definitely unfair to the students. If one gives the matter some thought, granting of these 24 marks to aspiring vet science students whose parents own land is akin to granting special status to aspiring medical students whose parents are docotrs. Would such an arrangement ever be accepted in a much-sought after profession like medicine? Then why this old-fahioned,unjust system in the field of Vet Science, why this denial to a worthier student who wants to pursue the profession? i am greatly grieved and i am dropping the year since i have not been able to do what i wanted to do with all my heart. i hope to fight this unjust system and become a vet, but i think it is a great pity that someone's passion must be destroyed in this manner by granting admission to students who are given a superior status for no achievemnet of theirs, but for the fact that their parents own a piece of land. how long will this unmerited practice continue with no voices raised against it, how long before it is done away with and the system becomes fair once again?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:41 IST.
Name: Kabir (18 years)
School: M.G collrge
Question: What is your future planning to grow up INDIA in 2020


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:34 IST.
Name: AJISH MATHEW (19 years)
School: IES,IPS ACADEMY INDORE
Question: SIR,FIRSTLY LET ME WISH U A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY.HAVE U PROPOSED ANY FUTURE PROGRAMS TO BRING DOWN THE POPULATION RATE IN INDIA?SIR IWANT TO KNOW UR FUTURE VISIONS FOR MAKING INDIA ONE OF SUPERPOWERS OF WORLD BY 2020.SIR HOW INDIA CAN OVERCOME POVERTY BY 2020 TO BE A SUPERPOWER.AS IT MUST BE REMOVED THERE SHOULD BE SOME PROGRAM CARRIED OUT BY GOVERNMENT,SO THAT IT MUST BENIFIT PEOPLE UNDER POVERTY LINE & RAISE THEIR LIVING STANDARDS.SIR SO WHETHER SOME PROGRAMS ARE BEING CARRIED OUT OR NOT.WITH HOPE THAT UR VISION FOR INDIA TO MAKE IT A SUPERPOWER BECOME TRUE.BEST WISHES TO U.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:34 IST.
Name: S.VIJAY (18 years)
School: TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
Question: WE ARE EAGER TO DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY.WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY WE ARE ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDENTS


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:33 IST.
Name: S.VIJAY (18 years)
School: TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
Question: WE ARE EAGER TO DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY.WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:32 IST.
Name: V.Vijayalakshmi (19 years)
School: S.D.N.B.VAISHANV COLLEGE
Question: SIR,I M SECOND YR STUDENT N I PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN.....WELL SIR MY QUESTION IS IF PLACES LIKE US OR UK OR ANY OTHER PLACES IN ABROAD CAN KEEP THE ROADS CLEAN Y CANT V THE INDIANS KEEP IT....EVEN THOUGHT MANY INDIANS GO FROM N OBEY THEIR ORDERS Y CANT THEY DO IT INDIA???THEY THINK INDIA VERY CHEAP N BEHAVE IN THE SAME MANNER????CAN THIS B CHANGED???IF THEY CAN MAINTAIN THEIR NEATLY THEY CAN MAINTAIN HERE ALSO SIR..BUT THEY R NOT DOING IT SIR...MANY PEOPLE R TELLING TODAYS YOUTH R PILLARS BUT MOST OF THE TODAYS YOUTH ARE PLANNING WHEN TO GO TO ABROAD????N IN THAT ONLY VERY FEW R COMING BACK..Y IS THIS SIR???DO U THINK HERE PROPER EDUCATION IS NOT GIVEN HERE????PLZ ANSWER ME SIR EVEN THOUGHT I CANT ASK U DIRECTLY ATLEAST I CAN GET UR ANSWER HERE........PLZZ


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:32 IST.
Name: Mufleen Singh (13 years)
School: Vivek High School, Sector-38 B, Chandigarh
Question: Rain Water is clean and pure. So why don't we preserve it to supply water to the millions of thirsty Indians?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:28 IST.
Name: Richa Chaubey (16 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya, haldia
Question: sir my Question is that how do u see india in 10 years from now with respect with the developing pace it is goin with?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:28 IST.
Name: srinivasulu (23 years)
School: kkc institute of PG studies
Question: sir i am an MBA Graduate. please guide me for future career opportunity and how can i build up my careerlife please guide me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:23 IST.
Name: jeetendra patra (24 years)
School: Decam
Question: wat are the steps that gov.will be take aginst the coroptade police officer?right over in delhi .


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:23 IST.
Name: ankurgupta (18 years)
School: m.a.i.e.t.
Question: what are the best for india successful countary?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:19 IST.
Name: nancy (19 years)
School: proffesional course
Question: what is the future of our india?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:14 IST.
Name: kunjiparu (25 years)
School: college of applied sciences ..pattuvam
Question: corruption is so prevalent in our society...yet we can't do anything about it ..rather than watching them on news and other forms of media..please comment


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:13 IST.
Name: radhika.k (18 years)
School: thangavelu engineering college
Question: i am doing first year B.E(e.c.e),sir.please give my college mates a chance to meet you..u have said that INDIA will be a super power by 2020!!!what steps have you taken for that...can u mention the ways in which we can stretch our hands to build a GREAT INDIA!! i am greatly influenced by you??whenever i see your photo i think why can't i be a president like you...and i will surely strive for it ,,sir..pray the god for all our dreams to come true...awaiting your reply.sir.take care..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:12 IST.
Name: radhika.k (18 years)
School: thangavelu engineering college
Question: i am doing first year B.E(e.c.e),sir.please give my college mates a chance to meet you..u have said that INDIA will be a super power by 2020!!!what steps have you taken for that...can u mention the ways in which we can stretch our hands to build a GREAT INDIA!! i am greatly influenced by you??whenever i see your photo i think why can't i be a president like you...and i will surely strive for it ,,sir..pray the god for all our dreams to come true...awaiting your reply.sir.take care..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:8 IST.
Name: S. Dharini Iyer (16 years)
School: Yuvashakti Model Schol
Question: hello sir! Priviliged!! How do the big bannered institutes help a 11th standard student. will it go a long way to get place in enterance or is it just a tuition trend fever?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:8 IST.
Name: vijay anand (20 years)
School: student of bba from ignou
Question: can india not solve permanent solution of anti terrorism


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:7 IST.
Name: bodhaditya chanda (23 years)
School: bhilai institute of technology
Question: sir, 1) "what will be future of India's freedom ,prosperty & development under currupt & unethical leader/Govt ?" 2) "how sense of belongingness and love for country men can be developed in heart of every Indian ?" " how total quality men can be produced?" "how humanity and love in heart can be roused?" "how education can became fruitful, serviceable and generate valable finding,money and contribution for not only family ,society,nation but for whole world?" "in this era of materialism how to control human mind from evil because in commimg time we will be world most populated country ?" "how save our culture ,tradition, religion when media is attacking on term selfcontrol by showing sex , before marriage pregnancy,promoting western culture in name of entertainment?" "how to win battle at home from enemies like naxalite,currupt leader?" "what can i do for welfare of my country men & my nation ?" sir ,i respect and amire u,i salute ur endless effort for making nation nuclear power,ur sacrifice and decision to remain unmarried in life and ur great innovation to motivating student,to give their life some meaning, to give chance to express them self.thankin u and praying for ur healthy and blissful life.sir, dont,leave us untill India reach few prominent steps of success,because goodness spread through good leader & nation develops if good people are at top. your's faithfully bodhaditya chanda persueing MBA


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:5 IST.
Name: Niyati Nagarsheth (25 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: Respected Sir, Which was the most memorable moment of your life?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:3 IST.
Name: Bhagirath Somayaji (17 years)
School: St. Vincent's Juniour College, Pune
Question: Sports other than cricket do not get the required infrastructure at the grassroot level, like at schools and colleges. Why is it so? For example, the Softball State Championships in Maharashtra are held at places which are desolate, have gravel on the grounds instead of grass, no proper provision for drinking water for the players and so on....... Can we players at the school level be assured of some more encouragement from the Government's side also?....Or do we go into the next decade with the same 'chalta hai' attitude of the sports associations in the state?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:3 IST.
Name: Sahil Dawka (13 years)
School: DPS Hissar
Question: Sir, do you think India will become a superpower in the next 2 or 3 decades?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:1 IST.
Name: MANIK GHOSH (22 years)
School: ANANDA CHANDRA COLLEGE
Question: how can we toil to uproot the mushroming crops of corruption of our India so that we can save our generation ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:1 IST.
Name: thirupathi (23 years)
School: magnus school of business
Question: when


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 13:1 IST.
Name: MANIK GHOSH (22 years)
School: ANANDA CHANDRA COLLEGE
Question: how can we toil to uproot the mushroming crops of corruption of our India so that we can save our generation ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:59 IST.
Name: afif hami (16 years)
School: school
Question: in india the bihari are insulted everywhere just due to their bad government. how we can change their attitudes towards us?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:59 IST.
Name: Akshay Nagar (20 years)
School: Institute of Engineering and Technology,Lucknow
Question: Sir, my this question is regarding the prevailing reservation policy of the government. Sir, I agree that the forefathers of the SC/ST students have been exploited and that has resulted in their present poor finiancial and social state. It is good that their children are being reservations in government jobs and educational institutions. After a person has been given resevation, his family status has been uplifted ( especially the families of civil officers,doctors,engineers,lawyers etc.). So their children must now be exempted from the reservation quota because they are the ones who grab the reserved seats and the deserving candidates loose the race against their wealthy counterparts. This question needs attension because as far as I know, the constitution granted reservation on a temporary basis to uplife the living standards of the downtrodden.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:53 IST.
Name: Sahil Dawka (13 years)
School: D.P.S Hissar
Question: Sir, how will you inspire the children against the will of some parents to change for the better of India?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:52 IST.
Name: puneet srivastav (20 years)
School: jiangxi traditional chinese medicine university
Question: hello sir, sir, i m studing medicine in nanchang city,china. sir i just want to know that what is our government doing for terrorism,bcse some days b4 we heard in about big bomb xplosion in capital, can our government give assurance in about safety thats my only one and last question,bcse we r a long disdtance from our country n when we heard in about this type happening we feel very sad,and also angriness


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:46 IST.
Name: Sahil Dawka (13 years)
School: D.P.S. Hissar
Question: Sir, could I please get your e-mail address so that I may be able to mail you and discuss India more openly?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:44 IST.
Name: rajesh (17 years)
School: college
Question: hi sir for about inter edu as sub as commerce for wat purpose .


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:41 IST.
Name: Akshay Nagar (20 years)
School: INstitute of Engineering and Technology,Lucknow
Question: Sir, we are a team of more than a billion people but ironically we have only a handful of institutes of excellence(with limited seats) in every field of academics. Are only those few hundred students deserve that premier education ? After more that 50 years of independence only one AIIMS and that too in Delhi. Only 7 IITs? According to growth in population we need more of these academic institutions of excellence.But it seems that this question has never bothered the policymakers of the nation. They are busy discussing that the syllabus should be Hindu/Non-Hindu/Communist/Non-Communist or the politicians are busy establishing their own colleges. Will this situation change someday? This is a reason that we every year we have brains drained out from the country simply because its easy to get an institution of excellence(even better then those top Indian institutes) abroad than beating the entrance tests in India. If this situation changes, there will be a major cut in the number of students who drop several years to join institutes like IITs or AIIMS. The recent step taken by the IIT JEE Board hasn't been considered viewing the full picture. If the academicians don't want coachings or dropers, they must ensure that enough oppourtunities are being given to our future workforce of the nation


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:41 IST.
Name: M. Sudha (25 years)
School: Fatime College, Madurai (ex-student)
Question: You have asked us (students) to dream about prosperity of the Nation. But, in reality, Political Corruption, regional / religious fundamentalism, caste boundaries etc, has surrounded us. Ailing from a midde class /lower middle class, we have no other option but to oblige to these circumstance as per the aspiration of our family members. As you are the First Citizen of this country, I beg you to take concrete steps to eradicate these hurdles, which comes in the way of our development. We request you to express your valuable ideas in this regard and your advice on what can we do ??


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:40 IST.
Name: shayonee dasgupta (16 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya
Question: sir,i would like to see u .i want to tell u what is my vision of india in 2020.when and how is it possible?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:39 IST.
Name: Byju N G (25 years)
School: Purdue University,USA
Question: Dear President , What laws or steps, as the Honourable President of India , would you like to enforce 1) to curb corruption 2)to end the caste based reservation 3)to ensure that only educated citizens are eligible to hold ministerial positions? I believe , If the President of Democratic Indian Republic has the vested powers to accomplish this, You are the only person who can atleast begin taking steps in that direction. Thanks Byju


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:39 IST.
Name: devraj sharma (25 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: PUJANIA RISHITULYA RASHTRAPATIJI,I HAVE A QUESTION"WHEN OUR LOVED DESH BHARAT WOULD BE PARAMBAIBHABAM''?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:35 IST.
Name: shayonee dasgupta (16 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya
Question: sir, which is more exiciting for you?to be the first citizen of india or to be a great scientist?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:33 IST.
Name: Nalinikanth (25 years)
School: Software Engineer
Question: Sir, I wnat to ask you two questions. 1Q. I fear in near future, may be in one or two generations time, many Indian languages becomes extint, as day by day more and more people are migrating into English. Is there any way we can prevent this ?.I feel it is better to do ones eduction in their own language than in foreign language and also I dont see any developed nation where the higher edcucation is in a foriegn language. Is it good thing that everyone migrating to one language English and ignoring our own languages which has great history ?. I feel shame when I dont understand somethings in my mother toungue and sometimes I take help of English to understand things in my mother toungue..is my concern is a problem or not ? if it is problem how to overcome this... 2Q. Regarding reservations based on cast, I understand these things are put in the constitution based on the conditions existing that time.. but is it valid even today ?... It is a great votebank for our politicians all the time. I know it is near impossible to remove reservations completely. But can we make at least some amendments....like if in a family one generations gets advantage by reservation system,say like getting job, next generations should be considered as general people, because I feel its the only one generation needs to be helped. With this as time passes reservations will disappear automatically and everyone will have same status. Am I thinking in a right way ? and if it is right, is it possible to make this change in the existing system ? Thank you,


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:32 IST.
Name: ramkaran (21 years)
School: sanatan
Question: ghgfhf hgfjhg


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:29 IST.
Name: Kedar More (23 years)
School: I E S Management College
Question: Respected Mr President Sir, India has been showing tremendous economic growth rates in the past few years, but the economic, political and social conditions in bihar has been constantly deteriorating, causing economic disparity, poverty and corrruption to bloom. This condition has now got the state in a vicious spiral. Where does one make a begining to provide the people of bihar a opportunity to Provide the Infants with proper healthcare, Educate the Children, Employ the Youth? No disrespect meant but in common opinion Bihar has image of a Unproductive and Illeterate state. Lack of Employement opportunities is causing mass migration of people to cities like Mumbai and Delhi Creating imbalance. When Does it stop? How does it improve for the better?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:27 IST.
Name: Abhisek Nag (19 years)
School: NIT,Surat
Question: Respected Sir, I am an 3rd yr ele engineering student of one of the 17 NITs in India.In my college life I have observed that day by day teachers we're having,fail to motivate us.We're are losing our mentors.This may be due to very less scope of higher studies in engineering in India.Most of the people(engineers) go for jobs.Those who want to study try for GRE and go to foreign universities.You may call it a kind of brain-drain.So sir what are your plans to prevent this.And as a student of an NIT,i request you to arrange regular visits from MHRD people to the colleges(at least NITs)to prevent misuse of govt. grants.Such a busy person like you may not have the time to answer me.But i wish that you would take a look into the matter.That's enough for me.Dreaming to build India,a nation free from human mendicancies and in search of peaceful healthy world.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:25 IST.
Name: ANUP KELKAR (19 years)
School: NONE
Question: SIR I WANT TO ASK FURTHER QUESTION THAT WHY THE THE FUND WHICH IS PROVIDED FOR PEOPLE WHO FACED THE THE RAIN IN MUMBAI NOT YET RECEIVED PROPERLY BY THOSE PEOPLE? WHAT IS THIS THAT THE MINISTERS USE THOSE FUNDS TO SOLVE THIER PROBLEMS? WHY DO INDIAN COURT OF INDIA NOT YET TAKEN YET DECISIONS ? WHY DO COURT NOT MAKE ADJUSTMENTS IN LAW THAT THE PROPERTY OF ANY MINISTER MUST NOT BE OVER 100CRORES? THEY HAVE 500 TO 600 CRORES OF PROPETY YOU MUST THINK ON IT THAT HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN GET RELIEF THROUGH THIS MONEY WHICH MAY BE COLLECTED FROM MINISTER'S PROPERTY ABOUT 400 TO 500 CRORES? DO YOU ANY SOLUTION ON THOSE MONEY POLLUTION? HOW OUR COUNTRY GET DEVELOPED AS ONLY THE MINISTERS ARE DEVELOPED IN INDIA? THE DELOPED CCOUNTRY MEANS ALL PEOPLE ARE SATISFIED NOT ONLY MINISTERS AND ACTORS ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:25 IST.
Name: Ashwin Gurunathan (12 years)
School: DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, SHARJAH, UAE
Question: Respected Sir, Q-1. What is the current staus of non conventional energy generation in Rural India and when we are going to achieve the 100% utilisation ? 2. Will it be possible to bring Hydrogen driven vehicles on Indian road in the next 3-5 years? Best Regards Ashwin.G


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:23 IST.
Name: Manish (21 years)
School: Delhi College of Engineering/Wright State University,USA
Question: Being a native of Bihar I have seen the worst of educational awareness.In our society, there are only three major profession Engineering, Medical or IAS officer. I think, this is eqully true with other states in remote locations.people in these locations are not ready to think beyond these domains,but we know one can scale up in every domain and no domain is better than others. This is not a rocket science that we can't convey and to understanding this is not necessary that we need to be an engineer or doctor even then we lack such interface. Supposing a target audience like a typical farmer in Bihar, what solution do you think we should adopt to convey the educational awareness so that generation can improve they become more productive than earlier one. When I am talking about the solution I don't mean only Govt., I am also considering the intellectual group of society even more than Govt. role as I don't trust their effectiveness.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:23 IST.
Name: anand velamuri (19 years)
School: sathyabama deemed university
Question: Respected president, It is a great honour for me to interact with you sir. I am a person with high ambitions.I want to win a noble prize.But I am unable to convert my dreams to reality.Can I have a few words of inspiration and the way to fulfill my dream? Sir will the quality of education develope in India????As the statistics do not match with what that is happening I am asking you this question. ANAND


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:22 IST.
Name: AVYAYA PANDEY (21 years)
School: Indian Institute Of Technology,Delhi
Question: Sir, I am a final year student at IIT & currently i am facing great difficulty in selecting a job. As we all know that money (high salery)is one of the major factors behind choosing a job & also it is necessary for job satisfaction.So my question is how much priority one should give to package that companies offer? Also what other options one should look for?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:22 IST.
Name: J.NARAYANAN (25 years)
School: BITS,PILANI
Question: Creativity needs lot of self motivation as it is tough to be focused all the time,what was your motivation factor all this years?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:20 IST.
Name: Rimjhim Gupta (8 years)
School: Little Rock Indian Public School, Brahmavar, Udupi - Karnataka
Question: Respected & Dear President Sir, My school is very good and people are nice. They also take my care. But, still I do not feel happy and confident in going to school, as I have come here on my father's transfer form Meerut (UP) and everybody is new and not so friendly to me. Kindly guide n me as how to instill so much confidence and happines in me. Regards


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:20 IST.
Name: Prasun Bhattacharjee (11 years)
School: Prasun Bhattacharjee
Question: Being a scientist are you happy with your post of President?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:19 IST.
Name: PRADEEPTHI (21 years)
School: ICFAI BUSSINESS SCHOOL, HYDERABAD
Question: respected sir, i was doing my masters in bussiness after a technical education in electrical engineering. I have so many questions in my mind how the employment will be there with out any direction or policy from our central government . how this can be solved for generation more employment in a nation with lot of human resources and wealth. we have people, we have education be some means, where are the oppurthunities????? regards deepthi hyderabad


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: kapil srivastava (23 years)
School: CSIR Laboratory
Question: r u well know Indian Politice. what change u like for indian politice.bcoz that regional parties r takeing successfully profit for young generation.it is right message for our society.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: ANUP KELKAR (19 years)
School: NONE
Question: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO AVOID CHEATING IN BCCI IN SELECTING THE INDIAN CRICKET TEAM? SIR IT IS THE TIME WHEN YOU HAVE TO SOLVE THIS ROBLEM AND MAKE INDIAN CRICKET POWERFUL


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: MALLA REDDY .S (22 years)
School: SVITS, MAHABUBNAGAR
Question: Sir, Why we can't implement the Reservations in our country on Econimical basis?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: yogendra (25 years)
School: IIT Roorkee
Question: what can we do curb the menace of brain drain and enhance scientific research in india.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: Nishitag (18 years)
School: Deshbandu College
Question: What in children like good habit and bad habit..How parents shoukd help this out to remove their bad habits and should they encourage their good habits


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:17 IST.
Name: mohan (25 years)
School: College
Question: Dear loving Kalamji, Our scientific and intellectual ability cease to impact after certain limit. So is there some thing beyond everything.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:16 IST.
Name: ANUP KELKAR (19 years)
School: NONE
Question: WHAT THINGS YOU CAN DO TO IGNORE THE EXTRA BOLDNESS IN BOLLYWOOD MOVIES WHICH AFFECTS BADLY ON CHILDRENS MIND? WHICH AAFECTS BADLY ON CHILDRENS MIND AND THOSE PICTURES WHICH ARE NOT PREFERRED AS ADULT MOVIES BUT CONTAINS PLENTY OF SEX TALK AND UNFAVORURABLE SHOTS. PLEASE MAKE THE RULES AND SENSOR BOARD STRICT WHICH HEPLS IN MAITAINING OUR COUNTRIE'S TRADITION IN FUTURE THATS INDIAN TRADITION NOT FOREIGN TRADITION. JAI HIND BHARAT MATA KI JAI. PLEASE GIVE ANSWER TO THIS.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:16 IST.
Name: ANUP KELKAR (19 years)
School: NONE
Question: WHAT THINGS YOU CAN DO TO IGNORE THE EXTRA BOLDNESS IN BOLLYWOOD MOVIES WHICH AFFECTS BADLY ON CHILDRENS MIND? WHICH AAFECTS BADLY ON CHILDRENS MIND AND THOSE PICTURES WHICH ARE NOT PREFERRED AS ADULT MOVIES BUT CONTAINS PLENTY OF SEX TALK AND UNFAVORURABLE SHOTS. PLEASE MAKE THE RULES AND SENSOR BOARD STRICT WHICH HEPLS IN MAITAINING OUR COUNTRIE'S TRADITION IN FUTURE THATS INDIAN TRADITION NOT FOREIGN TRADITION. JAI HIND BHARAT MATA KI JAI. PLEASE GIVE ANSWER TO THIS.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:15 IST.
Name: Amar SAgar (25 years)
School: AIMA
Question: Respected sir, Salute with respect. I am from Bihar , my q is when can we see Bihar on the horizion of development in terms of employment and growth actives with these kind of political situation


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: Vishal Arora (23 years)
School: RAI UNIVERSITY
Question: Sir, I m vishal arora of RAI FOUNDATION previously known as RAI UNIVERSITY. AFter the oder of Honorable Suprem Court our University has their name from RAI UNIVERSITY to RAI FOUNDATION coz of affilation cancellation. U are Enrolled for Dgree course but now after taking whole fees and due to affliation problem they are giving their own degree called as Rai Foundation(PGDM). We(Students) want to know my Our Future? What will we do now? as where we r going for JOB they are saying No value of RAI FOUNDATION Diploma. Thanking You Vishal Arora


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: amit (24 years)
School: ncce
Question: secret of success


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:14 IST.
Name: Joshua Nikhil Hembrom (9 years)
School: Spicer Elementary School, Pune
Question: Dear Sir, I'm very keen on becoming a scientist like you, please tell me how to be one?What all i should study?I also want to meet you, is that possible?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: Arshdeep kaur (5 years)
School: Little agles school, faridkot
Question: Please tell me the name of manta cd's which is realised by President of india at om foundation.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: kaushik (12 years)
School: lycee
Question: Why indian scintist do not work in india. they always go out of india.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: praveen dixit (24 years)
School: du
Question: what about the policy of goverment for stoping corruption in goverment depertment


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: sujit.s (22 years)
School: PES institute of technology
Question: Sir,I want to play a very important role in making India a developed country by 2020.What are the steps you suggest me to take?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: W.V.S.Ravi Teja Sampath (16 years)
School: Adarsh Vidyalaya Raipur (Chhattisgarh)
Question: Sir when we know that Pakistan is sending the millitants tom our nation;then why don`t we take action against Pak


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:12 IST.
Name: Vibhu Mattoo (21 years)
School: National institute of Technology,Srinagar
Question: Sir,I am a student of NIT,Srinagar and if you remember,you have visitd the college.Sir,we are facing a problem and are seeking your intervention.Sir,we are in 5th semester now and have to go for a practical training but no company is allowing us to do the same in their organisation,we want to do the same in any automobile sector..could you please help us..


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:12 IST.
Name: SHARMILA KITTUR (25 years)
School: D.G Ruparel College
Question: In my books I had read about equality. Then why is it that schedule caste are getting admissions and jobs even after getting very poor percentage and even if they are not capable to do the job. Whereas higher caste person has to struggle to get a good job and good percentage. Even if they get good percentage they don't get admission in good collegues. whereas a SC/ST person get the admission dispite their percentage. India will prosper only if such inequality is eradicated. All government jobs there is vacancy for SC/ST most scheduled caste person has a government job. wHEREAS A BRAHMIN PERSON DOES NOT GET A GOVERNMENT JOB. i THINK ONE MOST PUT A STOP TO THIS. I don't think India has progressed ? If it had it wouldn't have given preference to SC/ST. I request you to stop giving such previlages to SC/ST


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:11 IST.
Name: vsprabhu (23 years)
School: college
Question: What are the steps that we want to take to develop our country? In which department we want to make corruption?In our country agriculture land was reducing why?what is solution to change it?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:10 IST.
Name: niranjan (12 years)
School: mv herwadkar
Question: sir will u sponsor me for the asian chess tourney


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:9 IST.
Name: M. Basheer Ahamed (21 years)
School: Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy
Question: Assalamu alaikkum Abdul Kalam Ji, After completing your tenure what will you be?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:9 IST.
Name: Palanivelrajan (15 years)
School: GH School,Tanjore
Question: Dear Sir What is Bermuda traingle in the pacific oecan?Is it exists?How our world latest scientific technology is going to over come this problem? I wanted to know brifly about his sir.Tks Palanvelraj


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:9 IST.
Name: Manoj Panchal (21 years)
School: Madhav College, Ujjain
Question: I am asking this simple question that if I want to be an Indian minister, should I also do crime, which is the need of today's politics? While I am an innocent person.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:8 IST.
Name: shrikant (19 years)
School: ssgmce shegaon
Question: when we get scolarship of obc student ...sc student get there .. why we not


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:8 IST.
Name: aloysiusmarshall (22 years)
School: snr
Question: sir will india can acheive its target on 2020 and will india become a super power and can we eradicate powerty sir thank you


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:8 IST.
Name: MOHAMMAD ABDUL MOHSY (15 years)
School: ALPHA HIGH SCHOOL,KADAPA - ANDHRA PRADESH
Question: OURS IS VERY SMALL SCHOOL IN THE SLUM AREA OF KADAPA TWON OF ANDHRA PRADESH WHERE DO WE HAVE THE SAME STANDARD & SYLLABUS AS OTHER RICH SCHOOL, FOR OUR INSPIRATION AND AMBITONS TO GROW,CAN WE HAVE YOUR BEST WISHES ON CHILDREN'S DAY WITH OUR PHOTO AND SCHOOL NAME IN THE NEWS PAPER?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:8 IST.
Name: M Ashish (20 years)
School: M.G.College
Question: Although we have favourable conditions for agriculture, still we have to import vegetables from other countries, is it due to natural calamities or is any politics behind it ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: Atul Khairnar,Mumbai (24 years)
School: North Maharshtra University,Jalgaon
Question: Dear Sir . First Congratualtion about our feature dreanm success ,Hope like you are in feature great any policts got to india. Your great person. Can remove the politics corruption and other field? .And How ? Your Faithfully Atul Khairnar


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: N. Ajay Kumar (25 years)
School: Chaitanya
Question: what is the base for a student to improve his carreer as well as what is roll must play the parents to support the student


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:7 IST.
Name: Roshini Sridharan (25 years)
School: PSG College of Technology, Peelamedu, Coimbatore
Question: Respected Presidentji, My Sincere Greetings to you. Here is my question to you. 1.Why still the technology syllabus of B.E/B.Tech/M.C.A in computer science not universally accepted? 2.My sincere request to you to include more practical aspects in all the technical engineering so that we can compete with china and any other competing nations. 3.Kindly include Safety and self defense as one of the subject to the college students to help them take care of any situations including natural disaster. Thanks a lot. Bharat Matha Ki Jai. Regards Roshini.S


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:6 IST.
Name: vijayalakshmi (20 years)
School: Women's Polytechnic - Pondicherry
Question: Why education standards in rural schools are still not improved? what are the government's plan to improve it?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:6 IST.
Name: s.ramkumar (21 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: when will the corrupted political india became clear and why we are followig a mixed economy instead of capitalist or communist


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:6 IST.
Name: Mitesh (20 years)
School: s.s.vp.s
Question: in which positin of india help to pok?n why pakistan help of teririsom 2


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:4 IST.
Name: aman arora (24 years)
School: MMH COLLEGE GAZIABAD
Question: Dont you think so that our judicial to be imporve?AND OUR LAWS NEED TO BE CHANGE?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:3 IST.
Name: K.S.KRISHNAN (20 years)
School: RVS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING&TECHNOLOGY
Question: i want to become asoftware engineer.my group is electronics and instrumentation.how to get a job.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:2 IST.
Name: venkat (19 years)
School: SREENIDHI
Question: BEING 1ST PERSON FOR INDIA WAHT ARE YOUR VISIONS TO AVOID CORRUPTION IN INDIA AND MAKE INDIA AS ONE OF TOPS IN THE WORLD.LEASE GIVE A GOOD REPLY SIR. YOURSOBEDIENTLY, VENKAT.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: venkat (19 years)
School: SREENIDHI
Question: BEING 1ST PERSON FOR INDIA WAHT ARE YOUR VISIONS TO AVOID CORRUPTION IN INDIA AND MAKE INDIA AS ONE OF TOPS IN THE WORLD.LEASE GIVE A GOOD REPLY SIR. YOURSOBEDIENTLY, VENKAT.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: Adhish Thite (14 years)
School: school
Question: Hello Sir! I have a great respect for you and also i wanted to ask you a question: What can i do to be like you and what have you done to acheive what you have just now. I want to be someone great. Please answer my question.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:1 IST.
Name: RUHI ARORA (18 years)
School: DELHI INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES
Question: WHY DO GIRLS HAVE TO MAKE ALL THE SACRIFICES IN LIFE?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: S.Lakshmanan (23 years)
School: Kamaraj University, Madurai
Question: Respected kalam ji, I am doing MBA, after that i want to study PHD in polictical science..can i do these studies?? I am really fed up with current political leaders.. I want to clean the political parties.. can i do this?? I never seen before simple presdent.. I am asking to god only one .. u'll come again president ..... bye bye


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: Krishnan Rajan (23 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Respected President, I want to know what should be the role of students in eliminating poverty and ill health from our country? Thanking you Krishnan Rajan


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: Palanivelrajan (15 years)
School: GH School,Tanjore
Question: Dear sir, How india is going to manage the water requirements ,fuels in future with the help of these corrupted policians? What is the alternate for pertrol which is also pulling our india's economic growth?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 12:0 IST.
Name: sandeep Sharma (25 years)
School: MAM College
Question: what is the future of India keeping in view the current scinerio (Corrupt, criminal and illiterate politicians)


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: ahamed mansoor (23 years)
School: working
Question: Respected Mr.India my question is we know we are the suprime power of the world in future its possible only develope our village but our villagers dont know the knowledge and poor education so how to develope our backborn if any plan to develope our villagers


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: MOHAMED IBRAHIM (18 years)
School: COLLEGE
Question: Sir, I would like to do pilot carrier in my future.But see in india they are not allowing muslims as a pilot.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:58 IST.
Name: Sarikha S (25 years)
School: JBIMS
Question: what role should the youth play in curbing the growing corruption in our country so that we can meet the vision as seen by you for India by 2020.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:58 IST.
Name: sandeep Sharma (25 years)
School: MAM College
Question: what is the future of India keeping in view the current scinerio (Corrupt and illiterate politicians)


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:58 IST.
Name: sugam (25 years)
School: college
Question: SIR,Heartest respect to you. Sir I am the distant learning student in SARDAR VALLABH BHAI PATEL UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE & TECHNOLOGY , MEERUT INDIA, enrolled in april, 2004 in M.Tech (information technology). The university has not conducted any exam yet.when I try to met to regastrar of the university. He could not manage to meet. MY future is in blind .pl help me sir. I shall be obliged.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: S Asha (13 years)
School: St.Joseph Matriculation School, Poonamallee, Chennai
Question: Dear President In a newspaper report recently, I had read that India stands 127th place of 177 developing countries and also that it will take a full 100 years to become fully developed and in other words, a super power. How would you like to counter this question. I am studying in 8th Standard. My dad always used to tell me that building one's character by having positive thoughts and good frame of mind is the most important thing in life and if that is achieved I can be very good at academic venture. Your kind advise to me on this also is requested.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: Manish (21 years)
School: Delhi College of Engineering/Wright State University,USA
Question: We Indians lack a attitude of paying back to soceity.We belive in Grandfather-son-grandson philosophy.Society never comes in to picture,but we know they are not the only one from whom we are getting benefitted.We should also think about giving back to society. How do you think we can bring such social preception change? It will help in developing the role model to soceity which will inspire others.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:55 IST.
Name: himanshu grover (20 years)
School: DU University
Question: Respect Sir, My Name Is himanshu i want just know that when our country will be proper educated means when in our country everyone will be edcuted. & sir another question is when the employment will be increse in our country Thanks Sir Himanshu I am watiting ur reasponse.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:54 IST.
Name: Rohit Kumar (25 years)
School: Maharaja college Ara
Question: Sir, We are expending so much money on arms and space reaserch, when will we start getting the monetory benifit of these reasearch? Like Selling super computers to small countries, and it will also make us get strong hold on small economies. thanks and regards rohit kumar


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:53 IST.
Name: Aasis Vinayak.P.G (16 years)
School: Seventh Day Adventist School
Question: Respected Sir, Can we have a neutrino at rest? As recently it is proved that they have mass - and scientists exclucidated the reason for' Solar neutrino problem' using neutrino oscilations considering the fact that they have rest mass. But so far no popular magazine has published a fact regarding a neutino at rest. Why is it so? Kindly help me out


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:53 IST.
Name: Sunil Nataraj R.K (23 years)
School: S/W Engineer
Question: Sir, My Suggestion is the people who are in politics must be highly qualified and educated.That helps our nation to reach the sky. IS it possible sir? Thanks & Regards, Sunil


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:52 IST.
Name: Navjot Kaur (18 years)
School: St.Stephen's College,Delhi University
Question: Respected Sir, Since I got 100% in Biology and 94.6% in C.B.S.E.,12th class, my father who is the head of Biotechnology Department in IIT Roorkee sent me to University of Texas(USA) to interview Dr.Russell Hulse,a Nobel Laureate in Physics(1993) as a reward.I had an amazing experience.I want to share it with the students all over the country.I am sure anyone who reads or watches the interview will be thoroughly inspired.Could you suggest me ways so that I can get my wonderful experience across to the masses?With warm regards,Navjot


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:51 IST.
Name: Aditi Sharma (11 years)
School: SBM
Question: I wants to become like you for this what i can do? Plz tell me how I will become great scientist and how I can help for our country India? Aditi Sharma class-VI


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: Manish (21 years)
School: Delhi College of Engineering/Wright State University,USA
Question: We as a country to be a developed nation we need more entrepreneurs than a skill-ful employee,but the biggest hinderence is our education system which is developing us as employee rather employer.Even the elite schools like IIMs & IITs doesn't have success rate of more than 5% in terms of entrepreneurship.This is becasue of our defensive attitude.People feel insecure about the entrepreneurship but the fact is that success rate in India is far better than US becasue risk taker in India is very less. Putting in a simple word, how do you think we can develop more risk taker who are willing to take a chance of plunging in to entrepreneurship?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: ashok hk (22 years)
School: BMS COLLEGE OF ENGG
Question: what about your feature thinking


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: shreyansh (13 years)
School: loyola high school
Question: I AM FROM PATNA. WHY BIHAR IS IN SUCH A HORRIBLE CONDITION?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: Praveen (25 years)
School: Nanyang, Singapore
Question: Sir, although I am not school student, I would like to ask you one question. I think Corruption is the still most dreaded cancer which is keeping India in the backfoot. How can we eradicate this? For ex, common man finds it very difficult to move a file in a government office...he is forced to bribe for his own survival...I was really surprised to find Kerala, the least corrupted state in India....then what would be the case in other states? Tell me sir, what possible steps can we take to eradicate this...? Complaints can do a bit...but how many number of people can go after that, when he is trying to make up his living?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:49 IST.
Name: anwar muhammed (20 years)
School: cadd centre ,trivandrum
Question: to attain some presentation skills,what will i do ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: anilkumar (19 years)
School: JYOTHISHMATHI
Question: WHY IS INDIAN GOVT TURNING ALL INTO CORRRUPTED ONE.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:48 IST.
Name: Gourishetty Anil Kumar (25 years)
School: Indian Institute of Technology
Question: Dear President, How to solve the problems related to our internal security due to neighbouring countries?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: Amit Kumar (21 years)
School: CSJM University, Kanpur
Question: Hon'ble Sir! Good Morning. Do you think the future of India is secure enough against terrorism?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: RONAK KOSTI .V. (16 years)
School: BEST HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL,AHMEDABAD
Question: I'm confused. On one hand I spend sleepless and restless nights only to achieve my predetermined goal of becoming a good engineer while on the other side when I see poverty, I feel ashamed of myself.I always think that:"Is this the only goal of my life?".I owe everything to my countrymen."Will I be able to pay off the debts to my countrymen if I become a good engineer?"


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: Neha Awasthi (14 years)
School: St. Thomas Sr. Secondary School, Ludhiana
Question: My Hon'ble Uncle, Belated Happy B'day. I wrote you almost 3-4 times, but you never replied, this must be because of your busy schedule. In my earlier mail, i had desired to meet you personnaly as i am a great fan of yours and your views. Secondly, Sir, I am very worried about my future. We dont have such system which can guide us from the beginning or atleast from 8th Std. onwards that what profession we should choose for future. Please help me as I want to become like Mrs Kiran Bedi. Secondly, and most importantly Sir, I want to ask your goodself that why dont our Govt. make such strict action against rapist? Sir, this is my humble request you to please think seriously about this as every now and then some girl is being spoiled by someone. Thanks a lot Sir, for listening to me. Thank you Sir.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:45 IST.
Name: Astha (15 years)
School: ursline convent
Question: what is importac of India in globlisation?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:44 IST.
Name: Vijay (20 years)
School: St.Joesphs college
Question: Dear Sir, I am Great Fan of you and your enthu.How do you differentiate Religion and Faithness towards god.Plz clarify Regards, Vijay


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:44 IST.
Name: Gasnafer (25 years)
School: Nest Group
Question: Respected sir, The police force inour country is corrupt and we are even having criminals inside our Police force.What will be your vision and advise to the government to develop a cultured and corrected police community and also to wipe out the corruption from police and politics. thanks and regards Gasnafer


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:43 IST.
Name: nirmal (17 years)
School: sri ramakrishna polytecnic college
Question: how are you sir when will you come to coimbatore


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:42 IST.
Name: karthikeyan (23 years)
School: colllege
Question: i want to have a chat with u sir......i want to ask u many questions about my future plans for u r one of the great personality i have ever seen...


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:39 IST.
Name: karthikeyan (23 years)
School: college
Question: respected sir,this is karthikeyan..i wanted to ask whether doing MBA in United Kingdom is worth or not...thank u sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:39 IST.
Name: Saroj Lochan Samal (25 years)
School: IIT Delhi
Question: Dear Sir, It's not a question but a thinking in my mind. Is it possible to utilize the wind energy in the moving train to get the power inside the train.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:38 IST.
Name: bipin (22 years)
School: sarda college hyderabad
Question: Sir, It s great to learn students ve got an IDOL of your stature but real mass lives in rural village how are your message recieved by them to DREAM FOR DEVELOPED country ???


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:37 IST.
Name: Manish (21 years)
School: Delhi College of Engineering/Wright State University, USA
Question: The image of India on a global map is a country with cheap workforce not the quality,this is because we are developing a nation with more services on focus because of plenty of human resource.Don't you think we should focus more on product based business model to generate high cashflow which and equally employ the work force which is forced to join the back-end work. In plain words, what solution do you think if we have to shift our focus from a bank-end work to front end work.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:37 IST.
Name: Navjot Kaur (18 years)
School: St.Stephen's College,Delhi University
Question: What do you think is the greatest challenge before scientists today?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:37 IST.
Name: pooja upadhyay (14 years)
School: patel kanya Morbi
Question: how we overcome our sensual desires derived from our parents geans?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:36 IST.
Name: sanjay (23 years)
School: adcet ashta
Question: hi sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: Aditi Batra (16 years)
School: Amity International School,Saket
Question: Hello Mr. Kalam.You are a very kind human being.There are only few politicians who truly care for India,and not for promoting corruption,and you are one of them who really care for India.I want to ask,that how is Mr. Vajpayee..because he looks really cute whenever i see him on tv..Thankyou,will wait for your reply.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: gaurav bahuguna (20 years)
School: D.A.V. P.G. college
Question: Respected Sir,what do you think about the corruptleaders of our country& what is the solution


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: k.nagarajan (25 years)
School: anna univercity
Question: alla prophesed jesus never fails.thirupathysamy govinda govinda!!


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: s.yamini rajan (19 years)
School: Villa Marie College
Question: Is there any way we can disallow criminals contesting in the polls.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:34 IST.
Name: madhu (18 years)
School: chaitanya
Question: hi sir, why are we not inventing correct tools to anticipate floods, earthquakes.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:34 IST.
Name: sunita (25 years)
School: delhi university
Question: sir itne bekar ke neta jo kuch bhi nahi karte un logo ki jagah naujavan jo kuch karne ke icha rakhte hai uneh aap mauka kyo nahi dete,


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:34 IST.
Name: ravikumar (20 years)
School: National initution of Engineering Mysore
Question: Namaste; How can reach our goal?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:33 IST.
Name: Riyaz (21 years)
School: St.Joesph
Question: Wht abt india


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:33 IST.
Name: milind (23 years)
School: agril.college nagpur
Question: 1]why mah.state dont have technical grade to agriculture. 2]why an agril. graduate work as aresarcher though he works but not getting that much pay


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:32 IST.
Name: pankaj (23 years)
School: FIIB
Question: Dear sir, why we are talking about democracy as a problem, why can't we talk about democracy as an oppurtunity?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:32 IST.
Name: abhishek (23 years)
School: extol college bhopal
Question: Sir, I am a Computer Science Student My question is that in comeing days INDIA is become a big spot for computer companies but Sir Still now India have not his own and chip level company So, Why You make any program to devlope india in this field also?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:32 IST.
Name: D.RAJA (21 years)
School: Goverment Polytechnic
Question: Respected Granfa. How to Develop My India? What a My Duty ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:32 IST.
Name: Anand Kr Sharma (25 years)
School: Govt. College, Bhiwani
Question: What you have a special exeperience and ability as a Scientist or to be a scientist.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: arul (20 years)
School: govt college
Question: Mr.kalamji im ur fan sir why do u choose the president post pls dont mind sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Prakhyat Sharma (11 years)
School: St Xavier' School
Question: Hello sir how are you. I just want to chat with you. Sir please give me a reply please sir. Thank you. your affectionately Prakhyat Sharma


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Prakhyat Sharma (11 years)
School: St Xavier' School
Question: Hello sir how are you. I just want to chat with you. Sir please give me a reply please sir. Thank you. your affectionately Prakhyat Sharma


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:30 IST.
Name: alim pasha (25 years)
School: al ameen college of pharmacy bangalore
Question: respected president. have you ever read the holy quran and saw the difference between the holy gita ? if not do so ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: pankaj (23 years)
School: FIIB
Question: Dear sir, why we are talking about democracy as a problem, why can't we talk about democracy as an oppurtunity?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Nav Dessai (22 years)
School: University of Mississippi
Question: Dear Mr. President, An ardent follower of you and your passion for science and realization that only education can give growth to the soul and the nation, I have walked a tough path to achieve my career goals. Like every other Indian student abroad, I bear the sense of giving back to the nation but often the feelings are suppressed by the growing politicism that is far beyond disgusting. Do you, if at all, feel that the some of the Indian politicians will someday understand the significance of being world class diplomats and stop being a backyard thief? Sincerely, Nav


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:29 IST.
Name: Siddharth Mathur (24 years)
School: BVB College of Engg. & Tech.
Question: Dear Mr. President, I am an Automotive Engineer and working for a leading American Auto ancillary comapny. I feel to be proud when I see an Engineer leading our country from the front. I would like to know why we are so dependent on other nations for technology. We are actually the brains working for these multinationals while still the credit goes to them. We have so many japanese automakers in our country and the Indian ones are so dependent on either Japanese, german or American technology that we have forgot to develop something on our own. If this continues we will be dependent even after 50 years. Dont you think that our government and we should do lot more to what we are doing, so one day can come where all these foreginers can look to we Indians for technology? Looking forward to your response. With Best Regards and Thanks for your valuable time. Siddharth


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:24 IST.
Name: Shimmi (23 years)
School: Graduate
Question: I would like to know as to when Mumbai would get better trains, more place for people to move around and more public facilities.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: Parveen (18 years)
School: Kurukshetra Universty Kurukshetra
Question: I m young what youengineering student.what you expect me sir.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: KANIKA GUPTA (11 years)
School: V.V.D.A.V. PUBLIC SCHOOL,VIKAS PURI, NEW DELHI
Question: Sir,Is the Govt. of India has come out with any scheme to motivate girls who have won some National acclaim in one field or the other?I am holding National Record in the collection of ERASERS.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:21 IST.
Name: Zuhair (7 years)
School: Indian School Al-Ghubra, Muscat, Oman.
Question: I love my Country India and Iam Proud of our Prsident Mr A P J Abdul Kalam. My Question is : I Want to Be President of India one Day. How should prepare myself to reach there?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:20 IST.
Name: Basith (16 years)
School: St.Pauls High School
Question: sir iam from hyderbad


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:20 IST.
Name: S.Ganesh (25 years)
School: Working in japan as a CAD/CAM Engr.
Question: Hello president, Good morning. I am working in japan from last december. Here each and every things or products are available with "Made in China". Not available "Made in India" products. When it is possible. Main disadvantage of our products is not a 100% quality. I pray god,please give more power to improve in all the areas.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:17 IST.
Name: Ashish (25 years)
School: Temple University, USA
Question: Dr. Kalam, we have everything that a prosperous & developed nation would probably need, then why are we still developing nation & not a developed nation? Why do we have to look to US before taking a step. why do we worry so much about not annoying US than annoying our own people?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:16 IST.
Name: Ajay (23 years)
School: IIT Roorkee
Question: Dear Mr. President,what would have been yor plans to serve India if at my place? Age 23,B.tech Elecrical IIT R.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: ashok chandel (14 years)
School: sangam school of excellence
Question: hello sir I am a student of Sangam school of excellence(Bhilwara)RAJ, in VIII class as we know that in science E=mc square it means energy can be change into mass it means as we herd that the peoples like hermit who have done lot of maditation have a knowledge of this formula and thats'y they give us what ever we want by only swing their hand in the air


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: Mallikarjun (23 years)
School: S. B. Commerce, Gulbarag
Question: on the eve of Children's day why teachers are not celebrating Childrens day, because on 5th September students are clebrating Teacher's day why not teachers on 14th Nov?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: suresh rao (21 years)
School: pdace gulbarga karanataka
Question: dear sir what would be position of india after 10 years


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:11 IST.
Name: shruti (15 years)
School: sau . a k. joshi english med school THANE
Question: well i would like to ask u sir that has india got the capacity to become the super power and what r the efforts done by the govt. in making it a progressive country thank u sir JAI HIND!!!


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:11 IST.
Name: padmakshiandhale (15 years)
School: katrapvidyalaya,badlapur
Question: how r u respected sir? how can we identify the planets?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: asha r k (23 years)
School: indrayani college
Question: why GOD made only one A P J Abdul Kalam? Please answer that Quiz Sir Waiting....


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:10 IST.
Name: alim pasha (25 years)
School: al ameen college bangalore
Question: respected president do you have faith in islam


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: S.Ravikumar (24 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: Do you think too much population and poverty(because of population) is the root cause of all the problems in India ? If yes, what will be the best ways to reduce population ? I believe it can be achieved only thru strong and strict laws.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:9 IST.
Name: sivadev (25 years)
School: Employee
Question: Do you think Corruption is the major hurdle for the development of our country ?How India is going to overcome this? Still you think India can be a developed nation by 2020 with this infectious corruption?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:7 IST.
Name: padmakshiandhale (15 years)
School: katrapvidyalaya,badlapur
Question: how r u respected sir?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:6 IST.
Name: badruddeen (17 years)
School: mit manipal
Question: did u visit mangalore before


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:5 IST.
Name: Sanjeet Ramanan (21 years)
School: Deshbandhu College, Delhi
Question: Sir, dont you think that there should be a qualification level, both in terms of education and global knowledge, for the persons who stand in elections and become MLA's ?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:4 IST.
Name: Priscilla Mathew (18 years)
School: L.T.College of nursing,SNDT , Mumbai
Question: Respected Sir, It is true that the future of India lies in the hands of the young generation.Can you suggest as to what role do I have to play as a Nursing student in the awakenig of these young minds? I believe in individual contribution for the welfare of the country so it would be better if each one of us tries to make ourselves better in some way for a better India rather than changing the society.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:3 IST.
Name: Manjeet Maan (22 years)
School: Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar (Haryana)
Question: You are the great president of India. In future, I am also make for you. I do more work for our country. And I meet you sir.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:2 IST.
Name: E.Vasudevan (25 years)
School: Anna University
Question: Respected sir, What is the contribution of metal and mining sector in Indian Economy? What are the steps to be taken to improve the same?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: ashoksinghdeo (20 years)
School: kp,bhubaneswar
Question: sir,i am a diploma holder(comp sc. & engg) with 70% marks.i need a job in this field,plz help me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:57 IST.
Name: poonam (19 years)
School: s.s.k
Question: wat


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:57 IST.
Name: Navya R (14 years)
School: Cordial High School, Bangalore
Question: Respected President, Did our past education system created the present politicians, OR the past politicians created present education system. Both ways seems wrong, can u guide a solution pls.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:56 IST.
Name: harshwardhan tapale (13 years)
School: nirmala convent school, satara, Mah.
Question: sir, from the first day of presidency, you are trying to have dialogue with younger indians to make this country superpower by 2020. Will you tell something to our parents regarding how should they treat us to achieve this goal?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:56 IST.
Name: Debasis Rooj (24 years)
School: Northern Illinois University, IL, USA
Question: Namaskar Our Respected President. I am student-studying PHD in USA and I see that given the opportunities the Indian students excel here, but the options and opportunities are limited in our own nation. What should be done to provide better opportunities to the youth of our nation? Also how the general mass should be made aware to protect the environment? Thank you.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:56 IST.
Name: dhaval s vyas (23 years)
School: C.U.Shah College of MCA
Question: salam valkum sir. i am a a student of information technolgy plz tell me sir in india why all the companies are interested with experience ? i am fresher i give interivew more than one company but they reject me bcz i have no experience.sirji one thing i tell u that my knowledge is good. i develop one software same as MICROSOFT COMPANY DEVELOP BUT I HAVE NO MONEY TO display to all over so plz tell me,help me for this project to display??


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: MONICA (21 years)
School: GOVT. WOMEN POLYTECHNIC JAMMU
Question: what is your key to success and who is your inspiration.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: Marimuthu (20 years)
School: Karpagam College of Engineering
Question: Respected sir, iam iwant to kindly request u to (KONWLEDGE YOUTH'S) are living mother country PLESE stop like thatif it happens contnius.... WE will loss.....(MS.Kalpana chawla),and manyour indians must be in our indian companies???


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: Bhanu Pratap Singh (16 years)
School: Bal Bhrti H. Sc. School, Near Sirmour Chowk, Rewa (MP)
Question: Sir, I am a std. 11 student. I want to know as a student of science what is more important? Understanding concepts or rememberin the facts? To come first in class you have to remember so many things without understanding them. Can you invent if you remember or if you understand?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: niraj kumar (18 years)
School: B.N.COLLEGE, BHAGALPUR
Question: HOW MANY DOES


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: rashmi navelkar (21 years)
School: jyoti college
Question: Dear Sir I want to ask only one question Kyo log ekdusare mein zagadate rehte hain kabhi desh desh karke kabhi rajya rajya karake kabhi hindu muslim karke aur aaj hamare belgaum mein kannada aur maratha karke kya iske liye koi sujhao nahi hain? please kuch kijiye warna in sabamein garib bichara mara jayega


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: Pratik (16 years)
School: Damodar
Question: In Goa the students do not have a proper syllabus for their board exams and neither any help from the government department.Is the Government right in carrying out other activities just to boost their popularity while playing with the futures of thousands of children??Is this Vision 2020?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: T.P.Balaji Vignesh (14 years)
School: SBOA HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL,MADRAS 40
Question: Why Indian Schools,Colleges and Media are so fascinated by InfoTech Alone. Will it not create a serious scarcity of technocrats in other Areas-Physics related research,Administrative services(IAS/IFS/IPS),Applied Maths,Rural Mgt,Other Engg Areas like Mechanical or even Geosciences in next 5-10 years We young children are forced and pushed to IT courses alone by Parents themselves who are attracted by Dollars and Foreign Crazy.Will there be a distributed attention on all education streams for country's benefits as well as the individual rather than the parent alone


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: Vasundhara Nangia (22 years)
School: M.K.P. P.G. College, Dehradun
Question: I am very keen to take up a career in Sports Psychology to enable our country to excel. Recently I could not be present at the investiture at Srinagar Garhwal where I had to receive a Gold Medal from your Excellency for topping in the M.A. Psychology 2005. I shall be extremely grateful if you could kindly allow me a photo session with a person of your eminence in Delhi as it would be something I would always cherish all my life.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:46 IST.
Name: ravinder (18 years)
School: govt.collehe for girls chandigarh
Question: when will the India be free of the corrupt leaders. Please help indians by removing curruption.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:46 IST.
Name: Er.R.S.BALARAM B.E., M.B.A., (25 years)
School: ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY
Question: RESPECTED SIR KINDLY TAKE ACTION CUDDALORE SIPCOT PINCODE-607005 TAMILNADU INDIA AIR POLLUTION WATER POLLUTION OTHERWISE WE ARE AFFECTED BY POLITICAL MEMBERS ALSO THANKU SIR


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:45 IST.
Name: aman (10 years)
School: d.a.v. public school, delhi
Question: You are great


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:44 IST.
Name: Anjana Mallikarjun Shanmukhappa (9 years)
School: Saint Joseph's convent , Gulbarga, Karnataka
Question: Why do we have different states as per language we speak when we all are humans?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:44 IST.
Name: dinesh kumar (21 years)
School: jaipur engineering college
Question: hello respected sir sir i want to ask that dont u think that in india education should boundation free,like if i wanna a doctor then there is direct admission in medical college there is no intrance test ,test should be for schlorship or relaxation in fee.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: ganaesan (19 years)
School: velammal engineering college
Question: most of the enginners after completing their degree may be in any department join in some IT sector, they are not able to do reseaarches in their own field. this may be because of the salary given by them. is it the right path? being an electric engineer,I just want to choose my right path.can you guide me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: Amarendra (21 years)
School: Karshak engg college
Question: sir, students who work hard and score good marks are not given seats in govt engg and medical colleges. this is because of the reservation system in place. dont u think that there should be some limit on the reservations in India. how can we provide reservations to generations of people together.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:43 IST.
Name: ganaesan (19 years)
School: velammal engineering college
Question: most of the enginners after completing their degree may be in any department join in some IT sector, they are not able to do reseaarches in their own field. this may be because of the salary given by them. is it the right path? being an electric engineer,I just want to choose my right path.can you guide me.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:39 IST.
Name: Sandeep Krishnan P (14 years)
School: Bharatheeya vidyabhavan , Thirunavaya, Malappuram
Question: Sir, I think reason for all problems in india, like terrorism, corruption etc are poverty and uneducation. As a student, what can I do to save my mother land from these??


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:35 IST.
Name: Joshua Prathap (22 years)
School: Working
Question: Dear Sir, I feel very pround to ask you question here but i feel i am also lucky to have some word with you. Sir, i got no question to ask with you, because your working on your work very excellent than any other. I dont have age to appreciate you sir,but being an INDIAN i can only wish the best for development of our Mother India


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:34 IST.
Name: lobsang khedup (13 years)
School: TCV selakui
Question: where is sex com?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:33 IST.
Name: aishwarya V (8 years)
School: Iindian international schol JAPAN
Question: Sir, namaste! How do we make india great?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:32 IST.
Name: m.rajmohan (23 years)
School: meenakshi amman college
Question: respected sir, how are you.i am also a tamilnadu.Are you sure that india will be develop on 2020? how it is possible?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:21 IST.
Name: ganga (22 years)
School: Govt.Engineering College
Question: Dear sir, I would like to know about the motivating force that guided you during your younger days.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 10:4 IST.
Name: Suresh Y (25 years)
School: iase d univ
Question: we wish you all the best in bringing india on the top of the world.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 9:58 IST.
Name: SOMYA RAI (14 years)
School: EICHER SCHOOL- FARIDABAD
Question: Dear President Sir, I really impressed by you. Last week I visited your home town and seen your house too. In Aug. I met you thru my school trip and presented a missile. Did u like it? I have vision to become a space scintiest like Kalpana Chawala. I am Team Leader in Space club in my school. I am in class IX. Q. Please suggest me the steps of eduction which I have to follow to become space engineer and how to join NASA.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 9:39 IST.
Name: divya goswami (21 years)
School: ywca
Question: when will india become a nation free of injustice. there are still certain states where women are considered to be a burden and for that reason they are unable to prove their worth. i am strongly in favour of equality so would like to see them rising in every field.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 9:37 IST.
Name: C.S. PAVITHRA (15 years)
School: SCHOOL
Question: I AM VERY PAINFUL TO NOTE, STILL THE SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE BEATEN HEAVILY IN SOME SCHOOLS JUST BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT BY-HEART THE SUBJECTS. EVERY YEAR CHILDREN COMMIT SUICIDE AND THIS IS INCREASING DAY BY DAY. WHY WE SHOULD GIVE PRIORITY TO RANK, MARK AND EXAM ? PLEASE KINDLY TELL THE EDUCATIONISTS AND GOVT.DEPARTMENTS TO TAKE SOME IMMEDIATE STEPS AND SEE THE CHILDREN SHOULD LOVE THE SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. ONLY OUR GOLDEN PRESIDENT KALAM CAN DO THIS MAGIC.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 9:21 IST.
Name: gangaraju (22 years)
School: tutorvista
Question: which is your native place?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 9:0 IST.
Name: Prafulla Dinkarrao Patil (24 years)
School: IIT KHARAGPUR
Question: Honourable President sir,could you tell me the exact role of iitians in making rising india developed by 2020 as it is necessary today to tell indivisual- "NOTHING ABOVE THE NATION- COUNTRY FIRST".


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 8:34 IST.
Name: sankar (21 years)
School: vrsiddhartha engg.college
Question: sir tell me about ur success plans


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 8:32 IST.
Name: Kairvee Bhatt (7 years)
School: Gracefield Public School
Question: I wish to see India as a brain power across the world. I dream to become a scientist like you. What should be my focus for my fellow countrymen in general?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 8:26 IST.
Name: Prafulla Dinkarrao Patil (24 years)
School: IIT KHARAGPUR
Question: Honourable President sir,could you tell me the exact role of iitians in making rising india developed by 2020 as it is necessary today to tell indivisual- "NOTHING ABOVE THE NATION- COUNTRY FIRST".


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 7:56 IST.
Name: Bhuvanesh CL (21 years)
School: SSN College of Engineering
Question: Respected Sir, How easily will Indian students be able to find government jobs in India, that are better than their western counterparts not in monetary terms, but in terms of recognition for talent, once the students finish their graduate studies abroad?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 6:45 IST.
Name: ajita (12 years)
School: karanjia girls school
Question: What is our role in this science age


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 5:26 IST.
Name: Chandrasekar Subramanian (24 years)
School: Fisher Graduate School of International Business, Monterey, California USA
Question: Dear Respected President: What is your favorite quote from Thirukurral?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 5:0 IST.
Name: Chirag Champaklal (12 years)
School: Niles East High School
Question: Dear Mr. President Dr. Kalam, I am Chirag and I study in class 7 in Niles West. I have a good solution to improve India's Poverty and Population problem. Since you are so great, Indian citizens will lieten to you. If you tell all Indians who are planning on have a new child to adopt a poor child ( or an orphan child ) then India's Poverty and Population problems can be solved in 10 years. Then India will become a first world country. My parents tell me that if I say this to other people they will ask me to do it first. There by I PROMISE that when I grow up, I will adopt a child. Please convey my message to rest of India and I am sure at least a small percentage of Indian citizens will respond to your speech. Thanks You, Jai Hind


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:49 IST.
Name: Mudassir Ali (16 years)
School: Indian School,Bahrain
Question: Assalamalaikum,India has indeed developed in past 2 years (Good job). I am studying XI ( science)my mind says that india will develop by 2020 but my heart says no india can never be a develop country and the main reason behind this is BIG gap between rich and poor.We are supposed to take some steps to decrease the BIG gap between rich and poor.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:46 IST.
Name: Vivek Bhandari (21 years)
School: BITS Pilani-Dubai Campus
Question: These days parents sacrifice everything for their children's careers wanting them to do engg,mgt or medicine.They seem hesitant in sending their children in science and research fields.How can we change their perceptions?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:35 IST.
Name: Amar (25 years)
School: London School of Economics, London
Question: Respected President, India is a great country and developing at rapid pace but I still feel we are not able to achieve our growth rate becasue of pity politicians. Cant we act like private sector companies where every leader will be assigned certain tasks and if he is not able to deliver he must be given notice and sacked at the end by the President. I believe the world works with a stick and until and unless Leaders are not answerable we wont be able to on top in this world. Warm Regards -Amar


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:30 IST.
Name: Deeppriya Kejriwal (15 years)
School: Daily College , Indore
Question: Respected President, It's an honour to get an opportunity to ask my mentor,the PRESIDENT OF INDIA,a question.I really admire your eternal emphasis on students & education.We,the students,are very passionate & eager to do our bit for INDIA, but we need a mentor like you to guide us on this.I would like to know in what ways can students like us contribute to Develop India.Thank You Sir!


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:15 IST.
Name: Vivek Bhandari (21 years)
School: BITS Pilani
Question: Respected Sir, CHANGE is an inevitable process.The world has changed in the last 20 years, and it will continue to do so. China is playing a major role in world affairs and it looks like India will also play an increasingly greater role. How do you see India's role in world affairs in the next 20-30 years?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:10 IST.
Name: anchal gupta (20 years)
School: jaypee institute of information and technology
Question: sir , why is it that the control of our country in terms of economics ,politics and security not in the hands of young and intelligent graduates from various colleges such as IIT's IIM's and other good colleges .But it is in hands of uneducated, old and corrupt people like our ministers and MPs . sir I have read all of your's books from ignited mind to india 2020 and I have seen that you have a faith in our young generation .for example sir if our army makes a super specialized force with some very intelligent guys from good colleges and employs them in technological areas then we can very much be in the front foot like USA which very much uses its younger talent in these fields .sir I am in a college and I know that most of us want to do something for our country and if this spirit is utilized just when it is in its zenith then we can get good results .Sir is it possible for us to do anything ,any possibe thing for our country then we are here waiting for the orders !!! thanking you ANCHAL GUPTA


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:6 IST.
Name: Azam (21 years)
School: The American College
Question: what do you mean super power?(Is INDIA trying to become something like United States of America?)


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:4 IST.
Name: M.Sabarimalai Manikandan (25 years)
School: IIT Guwahati
Question: Age:26, Qns.:Where are we standing in research? What is the role of IT in social development activities? what are the developments in the following states :Bihar,MP,UP,Rajastan,orissa,WB,entire North east and new states.Why there is no cooperation between the court orders and the politicians.why supreme court always fails in politicians case? what are successes of supreme court in last 25 years? Politicians are always interrupting the function of courts.is it possible to stop?why our country is struggling for good leaders?.There is no development in Health& agriculture in last 20 years ? Best example: flood in all states(capitals of state).What is the role of students in the development? There is no interactions between the government and the students.who is giving the chance to the students? we have fifteen years to achieve our India 2020.We can develop two states every year.But politicians are fighting unnecessary.i want to meet you(give me a chance).


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 2:1 IST.
Name: Puneet Sampat (18 years)
School: University of Texas at Dallas
Question: I am a freshman in college and aspire to take on Aerospace engineering for futuristic plane designs, but am confused with so many couses, your advice


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 1:53 IST.
Name: Zenab Fatima (17 years)
School: Aligarh Muslim University
Question: Who has been the main source of inspiration in your life?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 1:47 IST.
Name: Sai Prasad Viswanathan (22 years)
School: University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Question: Respected Sir, I graduated from NIT,Trichy with a B.Tech and I am currently doing my Masters in Mechanical Engineering in the US. After completing my studues, I want to come back to India and work for the ISRO. Do I require a Ph.D to join the organization or would a masters do. What else would I require to enter the Space Research Organization.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 1:43 IST.
Name: Tony George (22 years)
School: Loyola University of Chicago
Question: Hon. President Dr. Kalam, Lately, Ive been really fascinated by the diversity in the higher ranks of the Indian Government. You yourself being an eminent minority Muslim scholar and Dr. Singh, a Sikh minority prime-minister. It wouldn't be suprising to me if champions of democracy, developing and developed, look up to India as an example to show how the 21st century should progress. In fact, I would be least surprised if Islamic nation states have begun to repect India through your appointment, an eminent Muslim figure, into the greatest rank of govenment. Yet I can only speak about the present. How do you propose India will be able to continue this trend, in the promotion of diversity and equality, in the future?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 1:39 IST.
Name: Sridhar (23 years)
School: Queens University Of Belfast
Question: Dear Dr.kalam, In your book 'Ignited Minds' You have asked us to dream.What should be the extent of one's dream?.To be clear,my question is what was your dream when you were in my age(23).Have you ever dreamt of becoming the President of the Nation?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 1:27 IST.
Name: Ganesh A S (19 years)
School: Bangalore Institute of technology
Question: Hi President sir, don't you feel reservation has posed a threat to the nation's progress? Meritorious students and professionals are not getting the required recognition. You, being one of the greatest sons of India, are the only one at present who can change the system. Also the system of education at present is somewhat not encouraging the students to develop creative habits. Learning by-heart and writing in the exam doesn't prove to be any good. Can you please take steps to change the educational system from the present quantitative one to qualitative? Expecting your reply sir.. Thanking you


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:59 IST.
Name: Kathakali Ghosh (25 years)
School: UAB, Birmingham AL USA
Question: I meet many young Indian students here in USA who want to go back and do something for their country ... what is your message to them?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:31 IST.
Name: kumar pavan g (22 years)
School: MNNIT,Allahabad
Question: sir, Is it true that for achieving something we need to lose something.is so what thing u lost in ur life for achieving what? please reply me sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:26 IST.
Name: G pavan kumar (23 years)
School: NIT,allahabad
Question: Sir, In situations when u r depressed or dissapointed how u will self motivate urself to regain the lost enrgy?


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:24 IST.
Name: Siddarth Rupani (23 years)
School: Welingkar Institute of Management
Question: Hello Sir! As the future of this nation (and yes, also the world-VasudeivKutumbakam), what should one do in individual capacity to carve & shape a better India and a better world.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:22 IST.
Name: vimal chhajer (20 years)
School: CA student
Question: Every minister of india is saying that they are honest in all respect. Where everyone know their real statues and are causes of all problems(my view) mostly. Our constitution is also not fully able to prevent them from doing such works that ultimatly harm "our" nation. So sir i just want to know till when this happend and any way to stop them and how could,if i want, do this. Iwant to see not only India but whole world free from all evils, but stating should be from our home. so help me to get my dream by your view. ThankYou sir


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:18 IST.
Name: Md Najmul Islam (25 years)
School: JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA
Question: Honourable President sir, with due respect I,Najmul Islam ,am a postgraduate student in Biosciences from Jamia Millia Islamia university,Delhi.I belong to a family of a very humble back ground. sir,I want to carry out my research work in applied human genetics which are related to human suffering from disease.Unfortunately i could not clear my NET (JRF)and due to lack of financial support,every where i am welcomed with a closed door. I even tried to get myself enroled in universities abroad, but there too the high tution fees come in between me and my carreer.I even applied through DAAD but from there too i did not get any response. sir, the level of my frustation has increased considerably and has driven me to the brink and desparation .When all the doors seems closed to me ,I am writing to you. i humbly beg to you please help me with my carreer, so that I could carry out the research for the development and welfare of humanity by gaining the excellence in the field of life sciences. Thanking you humbly,truly and faithfully yours Najmul Islam


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:11 IST.
Name: pavan kumar g (23 years)
School: MNNIT,Allahabad
Question: sir, what were ur thoughts in ur childhood days that inspired u to achieve this amount of sucess? please reply me


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:5 IST.
Name: priya (16 years)
School: town higher sec school kumbakonam
Question: hello sir, How it become possible for you 2 meet lakhs and lakhs of students in a short time.How do u manage the time. coz we wish 2 know about ur time management. Can you help us by telling us about ur time management please.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:4 IST.
Name: Munish (22 years)
School: College
Question: Sir i just want to ask taht why there is no qualifiacation level set for the ministers. i think there should be such system so that we can have more intellectual people at such a responsible postions. give your views.


Posted on: 12 Nov 2005, 0:1 IST.
Name: aftab (23 years)
School: Xaviers Institute of Management
Question: how to make well educated and professionally qualified people get inclined towards and join politics?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:52 IST.
Name: Mohit Motwani (18 years)
School: Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Mumbai.
Question: Sir, I would like to propose the formation of "Youth Centres" which would involve and encourage youth to address and find solutions the problems faced by them in all fields. I would like to know if I could receive any help in it. I wish that such "Youth Centres" be set up atleast in all metro cities. The major reason being, that even if today's youth wants to help the nation, he/she does not have the proper avenue to do so and voice his/her opinion. This organization wil create awareness and also solve problems. Kindly consider. Thank You. -Mohit Motwani.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:23 IST.
Name: Bibin Joseph (14 years)
School: S.B.O.A. school,kochi,kerala.
Question: Dear, Kalam uncle ,-"NAMASKARAM" There is a burning fire inside every human being; but majority of them doesn't suceed.why?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:16 IST.
Name: dr devika kapoor (25 years)
School: s m s college jaipur
Question: sir, i would like to know that how can acitizen of india being innocent fight for his justice all his life?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:8 IST.
Name: Arun (20 years)
School: L.S.College,Muzaffarpur
Question: What's your opinion about the backwardness of Bihar.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:8 IST.
Name: Nirmal Ganguly (25 years)
School: Bytco School
Question: Dear President, I am very greatt admirer of you and in the same I have some doubt about our goverment and ministry about preserving our country Biodiversity and our Natural rsources, which is dwindling day by day. And likes forest cover going down, Our tiger, Lion, elephant, rhino, crocodile are geting endangered. And some animal are on extint Like Himalayan Leopard, Red Panda, Mizoram Gibbon, Gangetic Dolphin, Great Indian BASTARD, WILD ASS this are the few animal endangered. Is Govt is really serious to do something in this regard. Till now govt is not doing much to preserve or protection of this animal. And there is no strict law on the poaching,I look forward for your highness help in this regard. With regards Nirmal Kumar


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:7 IST.
Name: preeti (20 years)
School: college
Question: as a student i want to know why our education system is not changing? I MEAN WHY OYR COUNTRY QUESTION PAPERS,TEST SOLELY OUR MEMORY & NOT UNDERSTANDING


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 23:3 IST.
Name: Saishyam (22 years)
School: SVCE
Question: Dear Mr.President, Our recognized boards of secondary education caters more for science and mathematics and a little towards society development and social awareness. I feel that i still dont know my civic rights which is a must in any democratic country. Please tell me what steps have been or yet to be taken?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:57 IST.
Name: Febin Pothen Joseph (15 years)
School: S.B.O.A. school,kochi,kerala.
Question: Dear President uncle, INDIA, one of the countries which maintain maximum laws for protecting children, but INDIA has highest number of CHILD LABOURS and children are most exploited than any other country.WHY? and what measures can we take to overcome it?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:36 IST.
Name: SAHIL KATARIA (17 years)
School: Rosary Sr. Sec . School
Question: Dear Sir Delhi is the capital of India. But why isn't something being done to improve conditions here? I'm a Delhiite myself. One sees cows all around the place, the police is corrupt, there are plenty of rickshaws plying everywhere etc. I have full sympathy with the poor. But sir being the capital of India, Delhi has to keep some image. People from all over the world visit Delhi. And the image they take back home is that of a zoo with animals everywhere and stuff like that. Im sorry if im sounding rude. But as a concerned citizen of India, its my duty to inform you. Hope you'l understand.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:31 IST.
Name: Vijay BS (20 years)
School: BMSCE
Question: Dear sir, You are a man of science. In these modern times,what are your views on religion? Do you find any parallel between science and religion? Or do they lead to the same goal at the end?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:25 IST.
Name: N.Saikumaar (20 years)
School: Crescent Engineering College
Question: Dear Sir, dont you think that liberating the Judiciary and Law Enforcement agencies from Government control and making them independent is a priority for acheiving your vision for India in the year 2020?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:23 IST.
Name: Mahesh Muzumdar (18 years)
School: S.P. College, Pune
Question: Hon. Shri Abdul Kalamji, My father after his graduation in Science (Chemistry) started his career in Paint Application field in Automobile companies. Now his age is 48 yrs.(young!) and completed M.Sc (Chemistry) by Research and M.B.A. both from Open Universities, Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, and Indira Gandhi National Open University respectively. He has also completed Diploma in Paint Technology from Indian Paint Association/ Colour Society,Mumbai. Despite of this qualification and 26 years of experience in the same field, he is still poor. As it has become difficult for him to get a Managerial job at this age of 48, the prospective employers are insisting for Six Sigma Black Belt/ Green Belt. The overseas employers need NACE Certification for Coating Inspectors job. For this around a lakh of Rupees is needed to complete this course. Hence, I would request Your Honour to help him financially for a better prospectus. He is strong and healthy enough at this age also and has a better phisique and personality in comparison with a 26 years old. He could not study during his teenage because of financial crisis and now he has earned 2 Masters Degree and one Diploma. So will anybody come forward to take experties of his education and experience? Can somebody come forward to assist him financially to study Six Sigma Black Belt/Green Belt and NACE Certification membership and Examination? Is it possible for him to get a job at this age? Thanks & Best Regards, Mahesh Muzumdar


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:20 IST.
Name: nithya (22 years)
School: college
Question: tell about 5 year plan?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:18 IST.
Name: N.K.Kanag Lakshmi (21 years)
School: Rose Mary College, Tirunelveli, Tamil nadu
Question: When will India get real freedom from ministers and other peoples who rule the country. Can the country become a President rule. We think so if the rule has changed then India will become a developed country within 10 years. Jai Hind


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:15 IST.
Name: Marshall Gold smith (15 years)
School: St.Peter's Academy Patiala ( pb)
Question: Res, Sir After a long time India has got a man, whom we can boast of as a true Indian. Can India achieve the same glory as it had centuries ago, in the coming times with the prevailing set of things?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 22:8 IST.
Name: Ashwin Tripathi (19 years)
School: Indira Gandhi agricultural University,Raipur(C.G.)
Question: Hi Sir.How r u? Well as I am Agriculture student my question arises from the same field.Sir,what are the future prospects of agriculture particularly in Agricultural Biotechnology ,as per job is Concerned?What role is played by the government? And sir one more thing why the status of the Agriculture college is not as other proffesional colleges like Engineering? And it is not a true. You should do some thing of it sir i hope u understand my feeling and all.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:41 IST.
Name: divya arathi (17 years)
School: national public school, bangalore
Question: Sir, The present generation is, no doubt a step ahead of time, and will take India to great heights in every field. However, there seems to be lack of moral values, principles, and consideration for others. How should we inculcate this, to live our lives more intellectually?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:41 IST.
Name: risika (23 years)
School: j d collage
Question: how are u


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:37 IST.
Name: Pragyan Hazarika (16 years)
School: Don Bosco High School, Guwahati
Question: Sir, What do you think is easier- being the President of India or being a scientist( a common man)?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:31 IST.
Name: Aruna.Rama (25 years)
School: Jawarlal Nehru Technological university,Hyderabad
Question: ur a nice and efficient president for India,but ur a scientist,u don't want to change from president to ur old days


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:30 IST.
Name: febin ignatious (15 years)
School: mount st. mary's school
Question: sir,i just want to ask what type of a person must be a teenager's roll model be.please answer to this.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:25 IST.
Name: Deepti mehra (20 years)
School: web univ, east punjabi bagh,new delhi-110026
Question: respected sir, when will india become a developed country. sir i want to meet U at my home. my address is 29,kamaruddin nagar,nangloi, delhi-110041 my father name is mr din dayal mehra


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:20 IST.
Name: Deepti mehra (20 years)
School: web univ, east punjabi bagh,new delhi-110026
Question: respected sir, when will india become a developed country. sir i want to meet U at my home. my address is 29,kamaruddin nagar,nangloi, delhi-110041 my father name is mr din dayal mehra


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:1 IST.
Name: Theoallan (18 years)
School: St. Andrew's
Question: Why do the great Brains of India leave this country, just for money and big IT, and Software posts in other developed Countries?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 21:1 IST.
Name: Yokesh Sundaram (22 years)
School: Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, Mumbai
Question: Hello President, All your measures for the people of India are awesome and a Big Hats off to them. Still one issue unaddressed is that of CORRUPTION. As known, corruption has become a routine and habit in every Indian's life. Until unless each Indian thinks and renumerates from corruption, none can save our nation. Request you to answer this problem of CORRUPTION and the way you are planning to address it in India, Mr.President. Best Regards, Yokesh Sundaram


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:56 IST.
Name: HARPAL SINGH (21 years)
School: ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE AGRA
Question: Dear President, I am submit my question in hindi. sir mera father ek locally accident main marey gaye thaiy or agra ki police ney unhey ek anjaan key roop main samapt kar diya or hamarey parivar ko pata tak nahi lagney diya hum log unhey 2-3 din tak thundtey rahey per un logo ney hamey koi jawab nahi diya. Jab aap es ko pad ley mujhey mail kar dena baki ki baat main tab bata duin ga kunki mujhey pata hai ki aap key paas in sab baato key liya time nahi hoga. agar thodi si bhi baat samjh main aa jai to mujhe apna beta samajh kar phone kar lijiya ga O. FN is 05622601500 (GUPTA OVERSEAS)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:51 IST.
Name: muralikrishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university,chidambaram
Question: sir, at present as we have more population we have to increase our agri. outputs to feed the entire nation...but we are converting our fertile lands in to polluted industries.. where are we going ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:50 IST.
Name: ayyappan.n (25 years)
School: s.c.r.e.t
Question: hi friends i like it your performe dedicate india long time. i pray to god but singapore>japan>etc.25 year back poor country now develop country and rich that time look india no develop meny poor people day by day suzied no change present no good no like after what can i do u tell friends. u give one solution my heart is broken watch every day news cheating,kitnaping,suzied,poor people count day by day more no good .I LOVE INDIA


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:34 IST.
Name: muralikrishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: sir, at present the persons in IT & comp,engg & medical are having a better earning than the persons involved in agriculture field.... do you believe that we have a balanced economy ? is it the fate of the farmers? if every one switch over to the field which gives better earning then who will feed for the nation ? do u have any plans to attract the youth towards agri ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:31 IST.
Name: D. Vibhavari (16 years)
School: Little Flower Junior College, Secunderabad
Question: Dear Sir, I am a big fan of yours. Once, you came here to Hyderabad (Ramoji Film City). I had just missed the opportunity of meeting you there as I had left the place a few moments before. When my friend told me he had met you there, I was in despair. My greatest wish is to meet you and receive your blessings (and I do hope you will grant me my wish). I have many questions in my head, but the most puzzling one is this: people say that hydrogen is the mother of all elements and the Big Bang came due to atoms getting multiplied. What I’d like to know is, where did the first proton and electron (the first particle, whatever it might be), which started the universe, come from, and what are they made of? Please answer this question of mine because I am really eager and curious to know. I asked many people but none of them were able to answer and I really hope that you do. Thank you, Sir.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:29 IST.
Name: muralikrishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: sir, do u believe that we are have good education system at present.... with so many engineering & medical colleges do you think the standard of engineerng and medical colleges at present is good ....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:27 IST.
Name: rahul (22 years)
School: bharati vidyapith
Question: respected sir, i want to join indian army. ithink all indians should get army training compulsary & at least 1 year everyone have to serve contry,which can changes lots of things,what will be your openion?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:26 IST.
Name: murali krishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: sir, do you think by avoiding agriculture & creating industries in the agriculture land will lead to path of our goal india-2020.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:20 IST.
Name: Rupali LALge (23 years)
School: MGV's IMR Nashik.
Question: Being a ordinary citizen how can i contribut to the missiom"Developed India 2020"?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:16 IST.
Name: murali krishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: sir, as we are speaking about the new emerging india..do you have any plans to avoid corruption ? what can we do to avoid this ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:11 IST.
Name: muralikrishnan.k. (24 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: 1.WHY DO WE SPEND SO MUCH IN WEAPONS ? IS IT REALY REQUIRED FOR A DEVELOPING NATION AS THERE ARE LOT OF PEOPLE UNDER POVERTY LINE... 2.DO YOU REALY HAVE FULL SATISFICATION AS YOU HAVE SPENT YOUR ENERGY & EFFICIENCY FOR DEVELOPING MISSILES AND NUCLEAR WEOPONS ?WHICH IS GOING TO DESTROY THE NATURE AND ONE DAY THE ENTIRE PLANET.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:5 IST.
Name: sasi kanth c (22 years)
School: BITS Pilani...now Habits.in
Question: Why not motivate students in universities and professionals in companies to spend time going out to kids, motivating and helping them? Passionate people like me could take it forward with your guidance....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:4 IST.
Name: kaushik (24 years)
School: college
Question: hi i am working with wipro bpo will that be benificial to carry with the same job will that give me oppurtunity to build my career in bpo? does bpo has a career


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:3 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college, saltlake kolkata -70064.
Question: most respected kalam dad, i think you my father. so i am asking you sir, many students can"t proceed with their studies due to financial crisis. will the central govt provide them grant to proceed with their studies.?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:3 IST.
Name: anchit kumar (16 years)
School: Springdales school
Question: Hi!cute president I would like to share with you an article i read on google search in which a reputed physicist claimed that the universe can be created in the lab("chaotic inflation theory").according to him only a thousadth gram of matter will be required that will be enough for creating a vaccum that could blow up into the innumerable galaxies we sse around.I would love to have your views about itand any other views you have about the origin of universe.would love to listen your philosophy about god


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:3 IST.
Name: srideeproy (25 years)
School: bidhan nagar college, saltlake kolkata -70064.
Question: most respected kalam dad, i think you my father. so i am asking you sir, many students can"t proceed with their studies due to financial crisis. will the central gavt provide them grant to proceed with their studies.?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 20:1 IST.
Name: Rupashree Som (11 years)
School: Loreto Day School Bowbazar
Question: Dear Mr. President, Greetings from Kolkata! I am a student of class V. Everyday when I go to School I see many poor boys and girls of my age are are picking rags, begging or roming on the road. Why they do not get chance to go to school like me? Why so much poverty in our country? Please suggest how can I help these children. With hearty regards Yours Rupashree


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:56 IST.
Name: Miss.Sumit (15 years)
School: N.m jain girls sen.sec school
Question: apj abdul kalam namsate mujhe aapse mujhe aapse ek request karne ki aap chlilren day jo pora bharat mana raha hai aap humare shsher ludhiana mein aakar sabhi bacho ko kya ashiward dene aayenge


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:55 IST.
Name: Karthik (17 years)
School: KAP Vishwanathan Higher Secondary School,Trichy
Question: Respectful Sir, My aim was to study Engineering. But my family situation I cant. Can you help me in this regard.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:54 IST.
Name: harsimran singh (25 years)
School: essaying for competitive examinanation
Question: Dear Mr. President, Wishing you a very great day, THER GOES AN ADAGE "STRENGTH FROM WITH IN IS MUST TO GAIN RESPECT FROM OUT-SIDE"......SO FIRST OF ALL I SALUTE TO GREAT VISIONARY...MISSILE MAN..MR.PRESIDENT I wish to bring to your kind attention gross violations of FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OR RATHER ARTICLE 21(RIGHT TO LIFE AND LIBERTY and inferred rights-inhuman tratment )meted to young school going students at the hands of educational authorities,on number of times.I am pointing to INDIANISED VERSION OF CHEER-LEADING.Much to the chagrin,young students are asked to wait in inhuman conditions,without sun shade/proper provision of water just to welcome POLITICAL FUNCTIONARIES. An incident seen in our past in U.P. should not be seen in isolance,as one such again taken its toll in punjab. Mr. President these politicians are answerable to your good self , your good self is there fore requested to look into the matter . Thanking you in anticipation, Wishing you very best of luck in all future endeavours


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:51 IST.
Name: Pritam Dey (25 years)
School: MANIT
Question: What values should the youth of today imbibe to face the enormous challenges facing Indis? How can the youth carry forward the country to a new era?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:48 IST.
Name: AMIT KUMAR (21 years)
School: BHARATI VIDYAPEETH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Question: ESTEEMED PRESIDENT SIR,I AM THIRD YEAR STUDENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.SIR I WANT TO KNOW WHY GOVT. IS NOT TAKING STRICT ACTION ON THOSE WHO MIGRATED TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR BETTER JOB OPPURTUNITIES AFTER COMPLETING THEIR EDUCATION IN INDIA.IN INDIA WE ARE GETTING EDUCATION AT VERY SUBSIDISED RATE,GOVT. IS SPENDING CRORES OF RUPEES ON EDUCATION.BUT INSPITE OF RETURNING ANY THING THEY ARE MIGRATING TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THEIR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT.THEY HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE NATION.RESPECTED SIR WHAT IS UR OPINION ON THIS MATTER?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:47 IST.
Name: Pushkin (15 years)
School: St.michael's Patna
Question: can born blinds see dreams


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: Abdul Rahman (15 years)
School: Daraussalam Hr. Sec.School
Question: Dear President Sir, Regards, Im studying 10 th std in a town in Tamil Nadu,How can I contribute you to acheive your 'VISION 2020'?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: Sreeram Jayadev (23 years)
School: NC State University
Question: What do you expect from an Ideal Indian Student?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: DIVYALAKSHMI.V (17 years)
School: J.S.S COLLEGE BANGALORE
Question: I AM DOING MY TWELTH. AFTER MY PUBLIC EXAM WHICH COURSE IS FAVOUR TO ME. I AM STUDYING P.C.M.C. I ALWAYS ADMIRE YOU SIR.MY DREAM WAS TO TALK WITH YOU SIR. THANKYOU SIR. I AM ALWAYS FAITHFUL TO YOU SIR.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:41 IST.
Name: dhaval (18 years)
School: D. D. I. B. A. COLLEGE
Question: i ask our country very poor so you solve finnancial question and all student getting scolorship on his percentage as american so this question reply ans my yahooID


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:41 IST.
Name: dhaval (18 years)
School: D. D. I. B. A. COLLEGE
Question: i ask our country very poor so you solve finnancial question and all student getting scolorship on his percentage as american so this question reply ans my yahooID


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:39 IST.
Name: Niraj Bengani (25 years)
School: College
Question: Sir today’s school heavy bank on swimming pools horse riding etc , but what bout general activities like gardening , social service like teaching poor through school’s student ands NCC does they bring the interest of their children in this field. I think that the answer is A Big No. Then how can we hope that these youth of tomorrow will understand the benefit of Greenery and the effect of global warming. Do they will behave like civilize? So I think that like other subject this should be taken as a subject?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:39 IST.
Name: preetam_purbia@yahoo.co.in (21 years)
School: Vidya Bhawan udaipur
Question: WHAT IS OUR AIM


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:36 IST.
Name: Sandeep Menon (12 years)
School: Bhavan's Rajaji Vidhayshram
Question: Dear Mr. President.I have read your advise for children. What is your advise for elders ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:34 IST.
Name: sundaram (25 years)
School: S.T.Hindu College
Question: Good Morning Sir, LOVE PEACE SPRITUAL WISHES A CHILDREN'S DAY Celebrations If the students complete the Diplomo/Degree a good Qualification.But Opportunity nil for the Employment.? 1,So the Govt. Arrange the pre-Traning for education level. 2,College Projects are related to Govt. Planning 3,.... Thanking You Yours Lovely Sundaram .M 114/9-70,South St., Radhapuram (Post) Tirunelveli (Dist) Tamilnadu Pin 627 111 PH :04637 254649


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:33 IST.
Name: Hari Prasad (24 years)
School: BCET
Question: What,in your opininon,should be the role of youth to make INDIA a developed country?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: dhaval (18 years)
School: D. D. I. B. A. COLLEGE
Question: i ask aaaaaaany poor children of our country so they no gettingforeducation so you granted to scolarship for his result as america


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:30 IST.
Name: dhaval (18 years)
School: D. D. I. B. A. COLLEGE
Question: i ask aaaaaaany poor children of our country so they no gettingforeducation so you granted to scolarship for his result as america


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:28 IST.
Name: Jai Kumar Jadhav (22 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: When all Indian School Students will be treated Equally irrespective of the Boards??? Its a fact that a person from a small town or a small state is not seen with good eyes. In my opinion there should be a common board that will work for all the schools and will conduct the exams just like CBSE.. the local state board should govern the state school's but under the Central board. which should be governed by the main Education minister. Then only a school student will be treated equally through out the country. With Regards to Sir


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:24 IST.
Name: Priyasha Priyal (13 years)
School: St' Mary's School,Safdurjang enclave,Delhi
Question: Sir, The paan shop owners nowadays sell cigarettes to people below the age of 18. I am sure i am not the first one arising this question. sir i would just like to know what our government is doing to prevent such a foul act? Regards, Priyasha Priyal


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:21 IST.
Name: arun (12 years)
School: banjara school bijapur karnataka
Question: respected sir INDIA is a country of villages,poltician says our country should be super power country at 2020 but in our villages no power can be supply timely and how former can grows the wheat,etc without power supply and how students are study without current


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:17 IST.
Name: Bala.S.Vaithya (24 years)
School: CA student
Question: As president of our nation,whether you have achieved all the things which you have thought in your mind before you sworn as a president?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:6 IST.
Name: Sitarami (25 years)
School: SoftwareEngineer,Netherlands
Question: Dear Mr.President, Wishing you a Very Happy Birthday. My question is related to IT (Information Technology) for Rural People. Though Indians are successful across the globe in IT, these IT services not really being used in India. So, what are your plans (vision) to take these IT services to Urban/Rural areas in the near future? Thanks & Regards Sitarami


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 19:3 IST.
Name: Ravindra (22 years)
School: Dr.D Y Patil Medical college,Kasaba bawada, kolhapur
Question: Respected Dr.President, I like to ask you what is the main aim of the Students in this corrupted India and what should they try to make the India great and No.1 through there attitudes and other things and what we the talented students do when we are not considered by our knowledge and how our Indians prevent the Talent outflow to the other countries ???


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:54 IST.
Name: swarna (22 years)
School: working
Question: Even after 50+ years of independence reservations on the "basis of caste" are still in existance,which most of the times becomes a hurdle to the meritorious students of forward caste.At the same time reservation based on caste also gives an opportunity to the inefficient people from backward caste to occupy higher positions who produce poor quality work.Reservation can exist but should be on "financial basis" which also reduces racial discrimination in the name of caste.How far can the government enforce this?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:53 IST.
Name: Mohd.Majeed (22 years)
School: Loyola Collage
Question: Been a Muslim. Behay-vear Like Hindu. Why..?q


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:38 IST.
Name: mukesh pasupuleti (25 years)
School: lunds university, sweden
Question: I am an Indian working in lunds university ,Sweden as researcher in biomedical sciences. ne simple question do you think that there is still need of reservations based on caste even after 60 years of independence especially at the positions which require intelligence and technical abilities.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:38 IST.
Name: atul goel (23 years)
School: bhopal institute of tecnology &science
Question: sir i am an BE IV th year student in mechanical. please guide me for future career and higher studies


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:37 IST.
Name: Pavan Jade (11 years)
School: Rayappa Govt School Sirsi Kanataka
Question: Dear Adbul Kalamji, I want to ask you whether formers can use computers in their occupation?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:34 IST.
Name: Radhakrishnan.V (10 years)
School: DelhiPrivate School Sharjah
Question: Respected President Kalam uncle, I had been to the release of the book"THE WINGS OF FIRE" at the Indian Consulate Auditorium here last year and I also read the book .and i listen to that cassette and ur words everyday to boost me.You are my ROLE MODEL.My dad always says "Forget the small prize u did not get,but aim for the NOBEL PRIZE for India. My ambition is my dads wish that I should get a "NOBEL PRIZE" for India and also construct a tallest and biggest tower for India in India.Hope both our wishes come true and i need your wishes and guidance to fulfill my thoughts. With respect:radhakrishnan


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:29 IST.
Name: Mahima Tiwari (14 years)
School: National english school
Question: Hounrable sir, I have a queastion in my mind, willing to get a postive response from u... my question is, “we say our country is improving and no discrimination takes place under colour,sex,religion,e.t.c but in my point of view it is taking place, as an example when girls and boys play as a cricket team then we see the live telecast of game played by boys, but we never see the games specially cricket getting live telecasted when girls are playing. is it not showing us that still we discriminate on basis of male and female? it’s only an example.. which is happening in several casses. so we can say the discrimination is going on still.. when we are at the stage of developing our country, if this will continue, how our country will progress?” with best regards Mahima (ur child)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:27 IST.
Name: Chandni Mittal (16 years)
School: Bluebells International
Question: Respected Sir, Namaste,Sir don't you think that the present education scenario should change?sir I have experienced a lot of partiality by my TEACHERS.SIR PLEASE HELP


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:26 IST.
Name: deepesh gupta (18 years)
School: PUNJAB ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Question: Q. THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS THE LOW-LEVEL MEASURES BEING YSED IN INDIA IN THE FIGHT FOR POWER BY THE POLITICIANS. WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST TO ERADICATE THIS AND HOW MICH TIME WOULD IT TAKE??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:24 IST.
Name: Anuradha Mukherjee (23 years)
School: Hindustan Lever Limited
Question: Dear Sir, As evident i am not a school going child. However i beleive that i will be a child and student at heart forever. There are limitless possibilities to learn around us and i beleive the process of learning does not stop. I feel proud to belong to India,a country of such diversity. I feel that India has so much to offer to me, and there are so many things that i can do for india! I feel that even the smallest of contributions will make a difference somewhere along the line. But i think that only if everybody in this country feels that there contributions will make a difference, will the situation be different. I feel we must beleive in ourselves. I am not in a school or college anymore. I am young, bright and impressionable. And there are young minds in the corporate world all over the country. Sir,are you making any efforts to interact with or motivate young minds in the corporate world? I beleive that i can make a world of difference. I hope every single person in this country feels the same and does not lose out in the oppertunity to do even the simplest of things. I hold on to wrappers and peels waiting to throw it in the nearest dustbin, hoping that in my own small way i am helping my country stay clean. And i refuse to give up on this feeling that yes, i do make a difference. Sir, it would make a world of difference if you paid more attention to young minds like us in the corporate world. Come and ignite our minds just as you are doing so for younger kids.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:24 IST.
Name: DEEPESH GUPTA (18 years)
School: PUNJAB ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Question: if someone gives you 50 million dollars and you have got a choice to either utilise the money for a ISRO project or granting it as aid for poor people of india. what would have been your choice??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:23 IST.
Name: damburu dhara behera (23 years)
School: college of kk autonomous college
Question: why our orissa was notdevelope


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:23 IST.
Name: wahid quamar (21 years)
School: rizvi institute of management mumbai
Question: respected sir, i want to ask you will u please give me a chance to do semething for the nation. because India is made up of indians, and i proud to be one of them.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:22 IST.
Name: mahesh kumar singh (21 years)
School: azad inst. of engg. & tech. lucknow
Question: tells about the future of engineers.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:20 IST.
Name: srinivas (25 years)
School: working as software engg.
Question: Now-a-days even the meritorious engineers from any stream are opting for software jobs leaving behind their core field as the IT field is providing more opportunities with attractive salaries.If this scenario persists the core fields will definately lack intellectuals in the long run. What steps is the government planning to implement to prevent this?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:20 IST.
Name: SARVANG TALATI (15 years)
School: XAVIERS ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL
Question: SIR, ID MUBARAK I STUDY IN 10TH STANDARD,AND I LIVE IN BOMBAY. CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DECIDE ABOUT CAREER.PLEASE GUIDE ME SIR. REGARDS FROM MY FAMILY. SARVANG


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:20 IST.
Name: abdul (25 years)
School: Loyola College
Question: As the Head of the Indian Constitution, what do you feel about the laws that were framed before 50 years. Do they still suit the present Indian situation/environment? Please let us know your comments?.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:19 IST.
Name: nitesh prakash (19 years)
School: iit bombay
Question: why the central govt. does not prohibit the iitians to work in foreign.The govt. spends about 3/4 th of money spend by each iitian in his/her degree tenure. So they should think of the repayment not only to the govt. but also to the society. thank you


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: Sri (23 years)
School: SRM College, Chennai
Question: I really feel that the present Higher education in India needs a complete metamorphosis. Though studies in IITs and IIMs are appreciated world wide, I feel that brilliant students who are economically downtroddens are neglected. Can you suggest ways so that the poor people also enjoy these higher studies in India? Will the poor too get a quality education?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: mahendra (18 years)
School: akgec
Question: how


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:17 IST.
Name: Ramesh Panwar (25 years)
School: Infotech Computer Education
Question: Respected Sir: During these days, everyday we read/heard news about our "great politicians". India's Constitution is worlds one of the largest (written) constitution. Is the constitution "really silence" about these politicians who make law for their "politics" only. is there no way to stop them...... please take a long class of all the elected politician and though them about serve the society and serve the nation as the principle that you are. with great regards, ramesh


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:15 IST.
Name: nisha (20 years)
School: north south university
Question: why ur hair is like tht?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:8 IST.
Name: Sri Shivaji (13 years)
School: Maharashi Vidya Mandir
Question: Hello President.. I am studying 7th standard and have a very happy family. But so many people suffer without such a happy family. As a small boy, I feel so sad. Why dont big people feel so bad, when they leave their children in orphanage, dustbins? As president, what steps will you suggest for this not to happen?? Please do reply which will make me feel so happy about people being so caring :)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:8 IST.
Name: Harshendra Thakur (17 years)
School: Mary Lucas
Question: Einestien while explaning the big ban theory and the existance of black hole concidered space made of rubber like material. When big ban was happened the particles which formed would had much energy and hence mass. Now according to me they should gone deep in that elastic material and might have form a massive black hole? Why it does't happened?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:4 IST.
Name: sandhya (18 years)
School: M.B.P.G.college,haldwani,Nainital,U.A.
Question: Costitution has already given equal status to women, then why there is gender inequality among people? How can we come out with equal status for both men and women?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:2 IST.
Name: Pramod (24 years)
School: RRL, Trivandrum
Question: Dear Sir.I am a Ph.D student.This week we are celebrating Vgilance awareness week.As we all know that India is very low in the list of most honest countries (92 out of 150).We also know that the most bright and intellegent people are also from India.The best example is the sceintific and IT community of America which is full of active Indians, which i think makes them the most powerfull country.So it clearly tells that India is not backward beccause of lack of resources.But it is a matter of how you put all these good things together.So Mr. President i would like to ask, how the leadership of our country is going to tackle the problem of unemploymnet and poverty which i think is still a barrier towards our aim of developed country.I think the problem of corruption is also a major threat fot the bright future of India.So i would be happy if you could tell the possible solutions that have been taken and are going to be taken against all these to make sure that India is going to become a Developed country by 2020.Thank you sir.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:1 IST.
Name: ashwin dixon (5 years)
School: st paul school bhopal
Question: i am interested to know the reason behind your failure to clear the SSB (service seslection board)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: Vasu Gadiraju (25 years)
School: software engineer
Question: Dear Mr.President, I want share some thougts with u regarding VISION 2020,and Good Developed INDIA Among the countries.Now u r the Scietific God father for INDIA in latest Generation. NOW I AM LOOK LIKE A SRI SRI SWAMY VIVEKANADA . plz give me chance to meet u once Mr.PRESIDENT.I want to my country and society in better way.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:59 IST.
Name: Vasu Gadiraju (25 years)
School: software engineer
Question: Dear Mr.President, I want share some thougts with u regarding VISION 2020,and Good Developed INDIA Among the countries.Now u r the Scietific God father for INDIA in latest Generation. NOW I AM LOOK LIKE A SRI SRI SWAMY VIVEKANADA . plz give me chance to meet u once Mr.PRESIDENT.I want to my country and society in better way.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:54 IST.
Name: uttam (18 years)
School: s.m.c.e.t(eng. college)
Question: what is the future of electronics&computer in india?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:54 IST.
Name: rahul (6 years)
School: sir Venkatasubba rao Matriculation
Question: My Dear President, I want to be a big scientist like you I want to take my grandmother and show the moon please bless me. Thank you Yours Truly Rahul(typed by rahuls's mother as said by Rahul)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:53 IST.
Name: asad (18 years)
School: CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL STATION RD BRANCH LUCKNOW UP
Question: why did you choose to become the president thou you were a great neuclear scientist


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: Neeraj Sharma (25 years)
School: Freelance Cameraman
Question: Sir with due respect I would like to ask you that how could we eliminate the corruption ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: hina lalchandani (19 years)
School: sinhgad college of engineering
Question: is it not time for india to venture into space and carry out research work to improvise living on earth?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: Anwar Hussain Khan (17 years)
School: Al-Siddieque public school
Question: Assalam wa alaikum sir. 1. why u dinnt get marriage? 2. r u follows ISLAM or not? 3. If yes so , r u pray namaaz or not ? thx allah hafiz


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: SHRUTI PATIL (11 years)
School: VASAVADATTA VIDYA VIHAR
Question: At the outset I wish u a happy birthday. I am a brahmin girl and feel there is opportunity for me in any govt. agencies either for studies or for employment, please reply..whether reservation for muslims by A.P.govt can be upheld? As per me reservation should be based on merit/economy only not by caste...


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: jyotsana samant (21 years)
School: Institute of Marketing & Management,New delhi
Question: how can we come up with a judiciary system which can give justice to the people as quickly as possible?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: Sudhansu Sekhar Sahu (25 years)
School: ICAI
Question: Dear sir, my question is now the information technolodgy advanced ,so in this case English language is most necessary to advance rural area , Govt what step getting in rural area english medium schhol, to improve childern's education to comapare internationaly.I want to know Govt have any provision to open english medium school to rural area.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: radha (20 years)
School: Ethiraj college for women
Question: Mariyadhaikuriya janadhipadhi avarkaluku, vanakam.Aiyya nam naatil eppoludhu kalvi murai matrapadum?Nadaimurai kalvi matrum siru tholizhil paiurchi annaithu manavargalukum pirkalathitkhu migavum payantharu vadhaga irrukka koodum.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: R.Vikram (15 years)
School: S.B.O.A. SCHOOL.COM
Question: what was your intrest during your childwood?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: A.Suresh (22 years)
School: College
Question: Dear Sir I feel proud that a great Sceinetist is our president . Sir you know that today in our country so many politican and goverment staff is corrupted for every work they askeing bribe . if a good person tryes to do her duty they will not allow them to do . today latest world very country is progressing . but still some people are exploiting inocent people takeing the support of religion and caste we have very things to develop our country but will still utilizing very low. so sir i like that i we can impose president rule because he has the only which can but end of all corrupted people and develop nation . From a.suresh


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: A.Noorul Thoufeek (21 years)
School: S.T. Hindu College,Nagercoil
Question: Dear Sir!There is a opinion to make without any debt. That's make all the Ministers both Central and state should be expert in their department. Just like The Honorable Minister Mr.Dyanithi Maran, Minister of Telecom Can U share with my opinion


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: devmalya chakraborty (19 years)
School: naktala high schoo
Question: respected sir use of plastic packets are destroying the planet so is it possible to ban use of plastic packets? you are the icon of many young pupils,and i want to meet you as soon as possible. thanking yoi yours faithfully devmalya chakraborty


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: Sindhu (24 years)
School: St Ann's College
Question: How are you sir ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: Sneha Abhyankar (10 years)
School: Lokhandwala Foundation School
Question: why mumbai was flooded with water on 26th July 2005. How to prevent this in future.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:46 IST.
Name: manisha sharma (25 years)
School: cotton college
Question: sir -ihave completed my post graduation in economics but as a consequence i am remaining unemployed


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: Avi Shah (16 years)
School: Baldwin Girls High School
Question: Why can't we clean up the politics of India ? Why is everyone so self consumed ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: P.Amjad khan (21 years)
School: FH FURTWANGEN, GERMANY
Question: dear president, Iam doing my masters in germany. I want to ask question related to the government supporting research institutes.We know that in many countries government come forward to help and fund the reasearch activities which is not there in our country.So we have to see for the other countries to gain such knowledge.I think this is one of the point where India loosing the students who have talent.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: A.Noorul Thoufeek (21 years)
School: S.T. Hindu College,Nagercoil
Question: Dear Sir!There is a opinion to make without any debt. That's make all the Ministers bot


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:44 IST.
Name: MANJEET (24 years)
School: COLLEGE OF ENGG. AHMEDNAGAR
Question: accoding to you what is SUCCESS?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: Giridhar (22 years)
School: BMS College of Engg
Question: How are you doing Sir?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: divya (16 years)
School: saint josephs
Question: HELLO SIR ! ARE YOU MONKEY


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: sagar keni (21 years)
School: dj sanghvi college of engg
Question: hello sir, my question is about curruption that is causing a great harm to our country just right to information is not enough without proper involvent of the people. how can people will get in involved in a struggle against bribes, curruption all kind of things where illigal money is involved..??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:42 IST.
Name: Giridhar (22 years)
School: BMS College of Engg
Question: Hello Sir, Iam very much excited that I got an opportunity to talk with you


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:40 IST.
Name: Nishant vats (22 years)
School: Manipal University
Question: Respected Sir, I m from Baghpat Distt (UP. My father is primary teacher. I m a student of Jetking hardware Institute of Gurgaon Branch. I want to open a institute in my area like Jetking, for that Money is required. I had tried very for a loan for bussiness purpose but our regional bank doesn't support to us. Please something for us.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: AKASH KHOSLA (24 years)
School: Amity Noida
Question: Respected Sir, My question is related to the lavish expenditure on politics in our country. I would like to know your most valuable viewpoints as to how the money which has been collected as tax from various employees in our country is spend so lavashly without any concern to those who need it the most. With great respect & regards, AKash Khosla


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: sasi kanta basu (18 years)
School: bibhishanpur high school
Question: What is your great enjoyment? Is every President feel the condition of common people?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: Rahul Kumar (19 years)
School: T.N.B Collge, Bhagalpur (BIHAR)
Question: I think multi group(party) in Indian politics gave the oppurtunities to came the criminal in politics. Is it possible India follow the step of UK and progress like other big and powerful country.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:37 IST.
Name: P.Amjad khan (17 years)
School: nagarjuna junior college
Question: All of us know that the main problem in our country which are causing hindrance for the development are corruption illiteracy.we can some how improve the literacy rate but what about the corruption.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:37 IST.
Name: sahil sharma (19 years)
School: college
Question: sir, what steps should be taken by police & govt. to save girls from rapists?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:37 IST.
Name: AKASH KHOSLA (24 years)
School: Amity Noida
Question: Respected Sir, My question is related to the lavish expenditure on politics in our country. I would like to know your most valuable viewpoints as to how the money which has been collected as tax from various employees in our country is spend so lavashly without any concern to those who need it the most. With great respect & regards, AKash Khosla


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:36 IST.
Name: vilas (24 years)
School: vivekanand collage, kolhapur
Question: what's your dram


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: Danish Mehbub Sayyed (18 years)
School: K. M. C. College
Question: How to do hard studies with jobs of 8 hours per day?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: Amer Sayyed (21 years)
School: Madina College
Question: Dear Sir!!! Please accept my sincere wishes first. Q. Who do you think is more important for an individual, RELIGION or COUNTRY and Why? A justification from your side would be very helpful and act as a guide for todays youth who is being brain washed with different thoughts from different groups. Thank You


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:34 IST.
Name: Gaurav Pancholia (22 years)
School: P.M.B. Gujarati College, Indore
Question: Respected Sir, According to you young minds are neccessary for a developing nation like ours. Young generation is doing their jobs in every field exept politics. So do you think that young ones like Rahul Gandhi can do much better in politics than others who are much more experienced in this field.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:34 IST.
Name: swaroop paul (22 years)
School: haldia ins of tech
Question: sir i like to b a business man but i am an electrical engg. may i able?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:34 IST.
Name: Nilesh Palshikar (25 years)
School: Balbhim College Beed
Question: Are you Interested in Second Tearm as a President Of India?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:33 IST.
Name: Shruthibalasubramaniyan (7 years)
School: D.A.V.Public school Velachery Chennai
Question: Sir, My parents told me that you have a special love for children like Nehru maamaa .I want to know why? I feel very sad when I see many poor friends on the street without food and clothes. How can we help them?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:32 IST.
Name: Kadiyala Subrahmanyam (24 years)
School: FORE School of Management,New Delhi
Question: Sir, i'm a management student who thinks of becoming big. I read much but i'm unable to generate "ideas". I think You, Mr. President,as a scientist, could help me in thinking/dreaming right. Thank You, Sir.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:32 IST.
Name: Dr.Soumya Haldar (25 years)
School: Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Question: Respected sir, I am doing my 2nd PhD in Japan in Microbiology (Broad topic-Fight against cholerae and other tropical gastro intestinal diseases). I am learning and applying many world class techniques. My strong desire is to deliver all my knowledge to mothe India for its development and prosperity. But unfortunately when my research will end, my age will cross 35 years, Which is the deadline for entry to many of the institute. Sir, will you think over this problem and recomend to extend the age limit for qualified student.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:31 IST.
Name: Madhini (24 years)
School: BITS,Pilani
Question: Dear Kalamji, I would like to ask your suggestion in developing a healthy and secure India in the year 2020.As we all know that we are developing so fast in the science and technology frontier ,but at the same time we have not concentrated about the ill effects of the by products of our innovation. It would be very helpful if you could throw us some light about the immediate steps that we have to take in order to build a healty ,clean and secure India


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:30 IST.
Name: Pushkar Prasad (20 years)
School: IIT Kharagpur
Question: Why does our government stress so much in creating new IIT's rather than improving the grass root level of educational heirarchy, which happens to be the main reason we have a low literacy rate. Don't you think it's important to make the foundations better than to make the already strong institute more powerful?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:30 IST.
Name: kapil kakkar (24 years)
School: Alcatel India limited
Question: can't there be any qualification bareer for politician?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:27 IST.
Name: kunj (15 years)
School: vishvaniketan
Question: hello sir can you tell me the rule of succes


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:24 IST.
Name: Tanishka Sarkar (6 years)
School: K.V.ins Hamla, Malad, Mumbai
Question: Sir how can we have more and more of Kalpana chawla and APJ Abdul Kalam? What is the that mantra? rgds Tanishka


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:24 IST.
Name: Kanishk Kumar (19 years)
School: Symbiosis
Question: Sir,Do you think you did justice by dissolving the Bihar Assembly earlier this year?Dnt you think you have set a wrong precedent?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:22 IST.
Name: Saurabh R Nayyar (18 years)
School: Fr.Conceicao Rodrigues College of engineering
Question: Dear Sir, I wanted to ask you the reasons why India isn't winning any Medals at the Olympics or at the Other Games. India is one of the Most Populated Countries in the World with Unlimited Talent and Potential. Yet we cut a Sorry Figure at every Games. Why isn't sports given importance in India. I feel India should have Better Pay Scales for the Atheletes. We only Praise the Athletes if they WIn, but I feel we should have a Structured Progrmme for them so that they are Financially Very Stable. What are your Views on this Sir? Thanking You Saurabh Nayyar Mumabi


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:19 IST.
Name: swara thakore (23 years)
School: Vivekanand Institute of Management Studies
Question: I would be highly obliged to know the right conduct of business in India ? . The reason :- My Father is running a business in Energy Conservation . I find him tensed with people not paying him what rightly is due for after completion of work . If people keep on doing this how can people succeed amicably as money is the prime necessity of every other person . I shall be waiting for your response on the same


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:13 IST.
Name: Hitesh vijayvergia (25 years)
School: AICTE
Question: Dear Sir I am not an student now. I completed my engg in 2004 and now in top leading Indian IT industry. I am facing a problem that this IT companies are BOND the student when they recurit from college of 1-2 years. Is it leagal as per IPC. Many of the freshers students first join the compnay having brand name but afterwards they are not fit with that and want to change there career in some other field or with some other comapany. So the bond bleach and have to pay a houge amount is it right what going in INdian IT industries.....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:9 IST.
Name: karthik b (22 years)
School: Srinivas College,mangalore
Question: what do you think when india is considered as a cheap labour for call center jobs??Is india doing right by accepting the offers??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 17:0 IST.
Name: Ayesha Khan (17 years)
School: Sanskriti School
Question: Dear Mr. President Kalam, Could you please tell me when India will have a female president and what is the eligibility criteria? Thank You Sir


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:56 IST.
Name: Nandini (20 years)
School: cpc polytechnic
Question: Hi Sir, Plz tell me your full name ? and In which age you become a Scientist?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:51 IST.
Name: Sabyasachi Barma (19 years)
School: S.M.Institute of Technology
Question: What have you studied after graduating from Madras Institute of Technology? IT IS MY EARNEST REQUEST TO YOU TO ASK THE RECRUITERS LIKE TCS,INFOSYS TO COME TO OUR DEGREE ENGG. COLLEGE AT GUPTIPARA,HOOGHLY,W.B FOR CAMPUS RECRUITMENT.THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT THESE NEW COLLEGES(ESTD. IN 2003)MAY ALSO HAVE EXCELLENT TALENTED STUDENTS THOUGH FEW IN NO.OUR COLLEGE IS UNDER WBUT AND ACCREDITED BY AICTE.THEY WILL NOT LISTEN TO US AS WE ARE NEW IN THIS FIELD AND SO I AM REQUESTING YOU TO ASK THEM TO COME TO OUR COLLEGE AT LEAST ONCE AND I AM ASSURING YOU THAT THEY WILL SURELY GET FEW EXCELLENTLY TALENTED STUDENTS IN OUR COLLEGE.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:50 IST.
Name: Arvind Kumar Hooda (20 years)
School: BRCM College of Engg. Bahal
Question: RASHTRAPATI JI NAMASTE are we really going to be worldpower by 2020 with these problems 1. corruption in every field 2. 55%youth of india enjoying in bedrooms 3. with tinking of first "I" and then "INDIA" 4. politicians dividing people on the basis of religion just for their votebank We have iven th responsibility of INDIA to such people who are not "layak" of lending Rs.10. please answer with this menpower we are going to be worldpower.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:48 IST.
Name: sneha (20 years)
School: sunbeam school
Question: how is president kalam different from simply kalam.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:48 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, Computer Science and Information Technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:47 IST.
Name: suresh (14 years)
School: mvhs ariyallur
Question: sir. 12.1105 how are you s ir. 12.11.05


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:46 IST.
Name: P. Muruganandham (25 years)
School: Bharathidasan University
Question: Dear Sir At present the govt. employees are not only passing the written tests or interviews but also the backup of politicians and the power of money, Can we overcome these hurdles and how? This is the question that I want to ask to you? Thank you


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:46 IST.
Name: Nitul Kumar Nath (22 years)
School: Tezpur Central University
Question: Sir, Thank you for reading my mail.I wold like to ask you that what are the new missions that are going to be implemented in the field of environmental protection?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:42 IST.
Name: Prangya Paramita Tripathy (25 years)
School: National Dairy Research Institute, karnal
Question: Respected Sir, I am a PhD Scholar from National dairy Research Institute, Karnal, doing my PhD in Microbiology. How we can improve ourself for the today's competitive job market. I asked this question, because I want really to dedicate for the Nation, if I got a right opportunity. But I found that my seniors are still underpaid than their talent in comparison to simply IT graduates. This things really make me frustrated. Hope you will show us some way. Thanking you, Yours Sincerely Prangya


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:41 IST.
Name: siddhesh gunjikar (18 years)
School: college:kits ramtek
Question: what r ur plans for the children in the tribal area? some tribal areas r not having eletricity,childrens r dying of malnutrision,doctors who r posted in the area r most of time not present there,young doc. don't want to go there.& there r lots of crises of tribal people specially of childrens.when will the condition change.I request u to give a surprize visit to the tribal areas in the country & to take neccasary action.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:40 IST.
Name: rahul (17 years)
School: national public school
Question: 1)when are we getting ganges &cuavery connected,this will draught,enable cheap transpotation on water,there by saving diesel 2)when are we going to make our nation free from corruption


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:40 IST.
Name: mohammad abid junaid (17 years)
School: s.n.s. colledge motihari
Question: Sir, What can i contribute to make INDIA developed before 2020?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:38 IST.
Name: ashutosh singh (20 years)
School: g.d binani
Question: are you like only scince side student why you never appriciate art side student---ashutosh singh


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:36 IST.
Name: Akshat (12 years)
School: School _Birla High
Question: could you give me a ersonal autograph Please Akshat


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:36 IST.
Name: S.P.Raja Kumaran (23 years)
School: GRD College of Science Coimbatore
Question: Dear sir, our elders said world will destroy in the year 2000,as they said there are so many natural calamities occured still(tsunami,jammu earth quake,hurricane in USA),why this is happening and why unknown people are dyeing for that?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:36 IST.
Name: Abhijit Chakraverty (25 years)
School: IIM Kozhikode
Question: Can India achieve and sustain high levels of growth rate and bypass US and Europe according to BRICK report and if so what will be role of science and technology in it ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: joy dutta (15 years)
School: H.S.school,Roing,Ar.P.
Question: WILL INDIA BECOME A DEVELOPED NATION BY 2020


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: SUDA PARIMALA . R . (17 years)
School: PSGCAS
Question: DEAR PREZ UNCLE,HOW ARE YOU ? MY QUESTION TO YOU IS I REMEMBER LEARNING ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA WHERE IT SAYS THAT FREE AND COMPULSARY EDUCATION SHOULD BE GIVEN TO ALL CHILDREN BELOW 14YEARS OF AGE.I DONT THINK OUR COUNTRY IS PROVIDING IT.HOW AND WHEN ARE WE GOING TO START THIS?CAN WE BY 2020?......I AM A FIRST YEAR B.Sc BIOCHEMISTRY STUDENT DOING AT PSGCAS,COIMBATORE


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: AMIT J. MAISHERI (21 years)
School: K.J.SOMAIYA COLLEGE OF SCI & COM
Question: Respected Sir, Whn will be having better Ministers like you and our Respected PM.I am vry worried abt our country?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:33 IST.
Name: ashish (25 years)
School: D.D.UUniversity gorakhpur u.p.
Question: Sir recently there are 3to4blasts in new delhi.Recently in j&k.Should indo-pak friendship contineou.Is our defence forces weak& cowards.Should we believe on week,selfish& selfcentered politicians


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:32 IST.
Name: Aashish Jain (25 years)
School: DU
Question: Dear Rashtrapati G, In this land of Buddha, Mahavir, Ram why r we slaughtering animals and exporting the meat. Are we becoming too much violent? Why do we need to get money by selling blood of others?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:32 IST.
Name: Minu Sabnekar (23 years)
School: KNP College
Question: Respected Sir, I thank rediff.com for giving me an oppurtunity to chat with you sir, I am very happy to share my views with President of India, who is very close to children after chaha J.Nehru, Sir my question is Communication is a gift of techonology for developing nations, but its not accessable to common man in India, Specially students? If it made free and reachable to everyone, its can make wonders. Still we have pay huge bills for Telecom bills (Internet), Televisions which are souce of knowledge exchanges for students. I hope sir few changes in our system will make lot of difference. I like the concept of rediff.com make a mark in their service. Thanks and regards, Minu Sabnekar


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:32 IST.
Name: A.Ramgopal (25 years)
School: Symbiosis Management Studies
Question: Dear President, Even after 50 years of Independence, India still fighting against Poverty and Illiteracy. My question is: Please tell me when India will be free of poverty & Illiteracy?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: Satyavrat Trigunait (8 years)
School: Spring Dales School, Pune
Question: Dadaji, Can I hope for a City of Joy For Children in India with all scopes for children, nature, and science? If yes, when it will become reality? Kindly respond.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: Ranu gaonkar (24 years)
School: Goa Institute of Management- Ribandar, Goa
Question: Honorable President, As we belive that childeren are the pillar of India but many childeren we can see on road specially in metros city bagging on road etc, how we can bring it in cotrol do u feel. Ranu Gaonkar, Goa.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: TARUN VIR SHARMA (22 years)
School: PT.J.L..N.COLLEGE,FARIDABAD
Question: what is your pet name


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: SUDA PARIMALA . R . (17 years)
School: PSG CAS
Question: DEAR PRESIDENT UNCLE,I HOPE THIS MESSAGE FINDS IN GOOD HEALTH AND CHEER.MY QUESTION TO YOU IS WHY CANT WE INCLUDE "DEPLETION OF BRIBERY" IN OUR MISSION 2020 IN ADDITION TO SCIENTIFIC AND OTHER DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTRY


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: vikash (17 years)
School: jnv mana camp raipur(CG)
Question: how u got ur path in ur life? are ur real want to be president of india.or any other u want in ur life. thanks


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:29 IST.
Name: Dr.santosh (25 years)
School: college of dental sciences,dvg.kanataka.
Question: sir, what is your future plan towards education system to eradicate unemployment?.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:27 IST.
Name: Devesh Singh (19 years)
School: SIRT, Bhopal
Question: Can't we have the standerds for selction of policy makers/politicians a bit more strict. Those buntch of uneducated guys are driving this whole educated India to no where.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: ram (23 years)
School: icai
Question: ru fine?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: dharminderchanan (23 years)
School: i am businessman
Question: NAMASKAR SIR,How are you? Will we see INDIA as 'SONE KI CHIDIA'? if yes, when?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:25 IST.
Name: Mradul Mathur (23 years)
School: Singhgad College of Engg
Question: I want to become a poltician..Do we need good political leaders to govern our country? How?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:24 IST.
Name: Chintan (22 years)
School: Kotak Law College. Amreli
Question: Sir, Can we be a develop nation without political willingness ? No, then as an Indian what should we do ? B'cause we can't see any good political governance in near future.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:24 IST.
Name: mandeep (21 years)
School: aec,hosur
Question: hai president sir, i have 1 complain.... i applied for CDS through UPSC..but i didnot receive my acknowledgement card ..it was stated in the application form that if acnowledgement card is not received please call the UPSC facilitation counter. having phone no.. 011-23385271/23381125/23098543(frm..10.00am --5.00 pm).but sir i tried so many times but no response .no one was picking the phone..please sir can u do something.as i am anoxius about my admit card thank you sir jai hind


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:23 IST.
Name: mandeep (21 years)
School: aec,hosur
Question: hai president sir, i have 1 complain.... i applied for CDS through UPSC..but i didnot receive my acknowledgement card ..it was stated in the application form that if acnowledgement card is not received please call the UPSC facilitation counter. having phone no.. 011-23385271/23381125/23098543(frm..10.00am --5.00 pm).but sir i tried so many times but no response .no one was picking the phone..please sir can u do something.as i am anoxius about my admit card thank you sir jai hind


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:23 IST.
Name: Chintan (22 years)
School: Kotak Law College. Amreli
Question: Sir, Can we be a develop nation without political willingness ? No, then as an Indian what should we do ? B'cause we can't see any good political governance in near future.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: sunitha (21 years)
School: BHOJ REDDI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, HYDERABAD
Question: sir, i completed my engineering in chemical .with 69.40%.I am so interested to work in chemical field. But i am not getting job and for me experience is great barrier. Even though i am ready to face interviews but they are asking for experience. And i am a fresher just completed 2005 pass out. pls help me sir by giving ur valuable suggestion. please sir


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: Ram (25 years)
School: DTEA
Question: why is the corruption not ending in india. What action we as youth should take to completely eradicate this worm which is spreading with such a vicious poison. Pl. guide us in our action on the same. Also i would like to get into politics to iradicate this worm but on the other hand also scared that by entering that will i be able to change the situation. I am really bothered by the way the politics is ending in india. I sincerely respect u for all ur contributions for the nation. I would like to follow the role models of MK Gandhi. And obviously not the next generation of Nehru. My only dream is to contribute some thing good to this country. As i love this country for its culture and its richness in heart. Thank U So Much Regds, Ramachandran.S


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:19 IST.
Name: v.vikram (18 years)
School: Madras cristian college
Question: what is the reason for india's undevelopment? As a student what can i do sir?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:18 IST.
Name: Sarath Mantrala (22 years)
School: JBIET
Question: Agriculture is the main occupation of Indians. But its really sad to see that our politicians ignoring it. What does the vision India 2020 has for farmers ??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:18 IST.
Name: Lokesh Kumar Sharma (23 years)
School: Manipal University
Question: What more require to be called India one of the Developed Nation and What should be our planning to make our country stronger, powerful, secured and one step up from USA and Europian countries from Groundlevel to Highlevel in everyfield?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:18 IST.
Name: Supreeth Tata (13 years)
School: Viznan High School, Sainikpuri
Question: His Excellency, Every parent aspires that their childrend shd become either engineer, doctor, banker, Chartered Accountant etc. none of them think abt politics. they donot even give a thought to make their child to become politician. Why is it so? is our politics r so polluted? Do u hv any special vision on this awakening youg students?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:18 IST.
Name: qudri (18 years)
School: c
Question: how r u in ur collage life


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:18 IST.
Name: glen (17 years)
School: xavier college
Question: How we as a children can contribute in making India a Corruption free country


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:17 IST.
Name: ku.m.maitraye (25 years)
School: govt. girls college bhopal
Question: its my pleasure to chat with you sir, I want to ask what happened to your security guards who raped a girl at buddh jayanti park? I want to know what kind of action initiated from your side?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:17 IST.
Name: abhishek singh (19 years)
School: rgccat
Question: where are you doing?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:15 IST.
Name: R K SAWHNEY (24 years)
School: Delhi University
Question: Please Terminate the persons who found taking bribes in Govt or Public realtion companies like DP, DDA, PWD, CPWD, MCD.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:15 IST.
Name: Harikrishnan (8 years)
School: Shrishti Vidyashram,Vellore
Question: Respected Sir, How do you motivate all children to work for our great country to make it developed and powerful.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:15 IST.
Name: S.Divya (13 years)
School: G.K.Shetty Vivekananda Junior College
Question: Respected Sir, I am 1st rank holder in my class. Please advise me to succeed further in my studies. How is India now in your views? S.Divya


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:14 IST.
Name: David (25 years)
School: Pune Uiniversity
Question: What makes Indian scientist or others to go abraod and work there with out any fame to the country or place from where they come.what improvement canbe done for Indian scientist to grown here in India. Or is it necessary to send our scientist for higher studies or we can improve it by our own knowlwdge staying in India.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:14 IST.
Name: Thanmayu (7 years)
School: Parimalam Matriculation School,Hosur
Question: What can I and children of my age can do for India to become a developed country?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: v.vikram (18 years)
School: Madras Christian college
Question: sir, i am studied in archaeology.i wish to become an archaeologist.if i want to create a new india through archaeology field.becasue our india have lot of historical and monuments sites.we all know mamallapuram is the famous tourist site.same i want to discover lot of sites and increase the tourist from the other country. if it is possible? please reply me sir, u r my role model


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: senthil kumar (23 years)
School: psr Engineering college
Question: Respected sir i am computer Engineer.I want to develope my village.How can i develope my village?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:12 IST.
Name: Magesh Babu (25 years)
School: Madurai Kamaraj University
Question: Can we not have education system which has relevance with the present job oppurtunities (identify the student strength around 7th std give him additional coaching related to that)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: Divyansh Saxena (12 years)
School: Delhi Public School
Question: Respected sir, all the reactions going on earth like volcanoes, tsunami or the recent earthquake, isn't it affecting the rotation of earth? if yes then what is the future of our earth? Regards, Divyansh


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:10 IST.
Name: Sudheer Koppireddy (25 years)
School: Samrat Ashok Technological Institute
Question: Does India need a dictator to eradicate all the corruption and realize them their duties?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:9 IST.
Name: shah nikeshkumar (25 years)
School: MIT School Of Management
Question: respected sir, we have highest percentage of youth (younger generation)thanks to growing population and we consider this beeing one of the most important reason for india becoming a superpower in near future. Sir,Don,t you thing on otherhand it resulting in large amount of poor masses who are still deprived of the basic things?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:9 IST.
Name: aditaya (21 years)
School: s.i.e.t(gangoh)
Question: what do u think my role model shud be like?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:9 IST.
Name: rajeev (25 years)
School: gurukul
Question: We hope you will change the face of India by making it dream Iindia before you will retired for that what action you are taking?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:9 IST.
Name: manish kumar (21 years)
School: p.u,chandigarh
Question: RESPECTED SIR, what are your opinion about teaching aptitude. how a teacher should teach their students so that they can follow every word of his lecture. what is the diff. betwwen village & city education.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:8 IST.
Name: Itesh Dodhi (21 years)
School: College
Question: Sir, We are heading towards the IT age with enormous speed. It is good. But my question is that shall we not like US create some alternative employment oppurtinites.Because already IT is eating many jobs and its hunger is not yet satisfied


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:7 IST.
Name: Ashiwani Kumar singh (18 years)
School: National Institute Of Technology, Durgapur
Question: Sir, Indeed this is the time when our country India is at the peak of development n just steps away from becoming a super-power.Indeed its just courtesy the excellent education as given by our great teachers in institutes of high reputes like IIT,IIM,AIIMS,NIT,AFMC,JIPMER & other DEEMED UNIVERSITIES.But why is the country students still suffering from the problem of excessive ragging leading to loss of so many young bright talents.The most recent examples are suicides at NIT Jullundher, Nagpur And all the untowards incident at Bengal engineering College , Shibpur and of so many unreported problems at various institutes.Students have a really traumatic time in the first year of their courses.The sort of physical and sexual ragging is banned by law, but isnt it just on pen and paper?When the students have proved their worth to enter a reputed instritute why should they suffer like that?Doesnt that remind the students, the days of British Raj, in the metamorphosised face of their seniors?Cant they expect a better life?Cant they live in peace?Cant the student fraternity ask for simple freedom, which is the basis of the constitution of India?Isnt there a way out?Please help Sir.. please..


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:6 IST.
Name: Ramyasupraja (18 years)
School: ATA Polytechnich
Question: Sir,do you think youth must enter politics to achieve our vision of developed India?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:6 IST.
Name: Aveek Ganguly (23 years)
School: University of Rajasthan
Question: Sir I am Electronics engineer and I am interest to work in RnD department like ISRO or DAE.My parents forced me to go US for M.S.I too want to do master but from India but now I am going to US under their force.since I will be coming back after the completion what should be my approach their toward my studies;I mean which field should I concentrate more so that on my returning I could get in RnD and India can gaing something new from technical field


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:6 IST.
Name: TAIBUL HASAN (21 years)
School: MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE OF DURGAPUR
Question: AS WE KNOW INDIA IS THE LARGEST DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. AND THE PRIMINISTER POST IS THE TOP POST IN INDIA BUT BELOW THE PRESIDENT, THE COUNTRY RULED BY A POLITICAL PARTY AND THE P.M IS THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THAT PARTY AND THE POWERFUL PERSON IN THE COUNTRY, BUT THE COMMON PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHAT IS THE ROLE OF PRESIDENT IN INDIA TO CONTROL THE POLITICAL PARTIES, WHAT HE'S LIMITATION AND POWER. CAN A PRESIDENT CONTROL THE POLITICAL PARTIES. IF SO THEN WHY NOT YOU DO. POLITICAL PARTIES LEADERS ARE SO CORRUPT CAN IT WOULD BE ABOLISED FROM OUR COUNTRY, CAN YOU DO ANYTHING ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: rim (21 years)
School: kanodia
Question: you never think about marrige?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: anurag (23 years)
School: s g u surat
Question: hello sir what accordin is there for the students who wont have money and wanna study......


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: vaidyaraman (21 years)
School: student
Question: halo sir, i want to work in well gud company i m a b.tech student would u plz help me to do so .bec i m trying for past 6 months n my cgpa is 6.4..do mhelp as soon as possible.can u provide me ur email i.d so that i keep in touch. bye


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:3 IST.
Name: Devanshi Saksena (13 years)
School: Dewan Public school
Question: Hello, you are like the second chacha nehru. i would like you to come to my school in meerut.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:2 IST.
Name: Tushar Ajmera (19 years)
School: M.B. Khalsa College
Question: 2)Why you are not visited Indore Place? And the prime minister's are not viste, some of them visit and 2-3hrs he has to go back. They not reached under the Indore people not listen the problems? You have made some offices for listening and solving the problems of people but work becomes ZERO?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:2 IST.
Name: chougule harshal balasaheb (18 years)
School: WALCHAND INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY,Solapur
Question: respected sir my question is 'can every people till 2020 can slip with a hope that he is going to face a new day with PEACE?'


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:2 IST.
Name: prakash thakre (25 years)
School: department of bussiness managment nagpur
Question: mr president why we should have vision?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 16:0 IST.
Name: lavanishsuresh (5 years)
School: BISHOP COTTON BOYS' SCHOOL
Question: Sri Good heart at work keep it up.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:59 IST.
Name: Monali Waghmare (25 years)
School: Mumbai University
Question: Most Respectable Sir, What can I do to promote higher education among the Scheduled Caste people of India? How can we contact you for help later on?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:58 IST.
Name: Devika chakraborty (13 years)
School: Himalaya Senior Secondary Public Schol, Sectov 7 Rohini, Delhi 110085
Question: Will the reservation with regard to employment and education come to an end ? If so, When and how it could be passed by the Parliament ? My question with an aim to proper evaluate of any canditure.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:57 IST.
Name: nitin yadav (20 years)
School: JSS Acadmey of Technical Education Noida
Question: Q: Private technical education in india is sufficient for the current undergraduate technical students to make India as a developed country by 2021 ??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:56 IST.
Name: Tushar Ajmera (19 years)
School: M.B. Khalsa College (Indore, MP)
Question: Why the goverment only give maximum jobs (goverment jobs)to SC and OBC class fellows? why? They have not much knowledge? why the govt. give less jobs to general class fellows.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:56 IST.
Name: Tushar Ajmera (19 years)
School: M.B. Khalsa College (Indore, MP)
Question: Why the goverment only give maximum jobs (goverment jobs)to SC and OBC class fellows? why? They have not much knowledge? why the govt. give less jobs to general class fellows.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:56 IST.
Name: sandeep (20 years)
School: P.U., CHANDIGARH
Question: RESPECTED SIR, WHERE ARE U


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:55 IST.
Name: janardan (25 years)
School: VJTI,mumbai
Question: Respected sir, How can we get rid of corrupted politicians of our country.They are the main hurdles in devlopment of our country.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:53 IST.
Name: Ayush Bindal (17 years)
School: Sri Ram Swaroop Memorial College Of Engineering and Management
Question: Sir, last year when I was in 12th class,I along with three other students created an science project named "Automatic Car Accident Saver". This project was displayed at a scince exhibition in Aligarh on the occassion of your birthday( organized from 14-16th october 2004). There our project was declared as the best one and we were adviced to create real life model of that project by your assistant former Mr. Lakshman. Our project deals with concept of bringing principle of radar in a car to prevent accidents i.e. our car automatically applies brakes if any other object appears in front of it. The real life model costs around five lakh rupees. So, please guide me how to move ahead with the project. thanks.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:53 IST.
Name: Binod (25 years)
School: college
Question: why there are somuch corruption in our country.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:53 IST.
Name: Siddharth Kerkar (12 years)
School: Indian School Muscat
Question: Respected President, I have a strong ambition to become an Indian Astronaut. I have the basic intelligence and excellent academic performance . I am in sixth grade. Can you give me advice in what manner I proceed in fulfilling my dream?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:51 IST.
Name: soumya (23 years)
School: NSEC
Question: Do u support the reservation Quota system on basis of castes being the president as well as visinholder for INDIA DEVELOPED?Do u think that this system ignites the right minds and brains?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:51 IST.
Name: KAUSHIK (6 years)
School: DON BOSCO SCHOOL, DOMBIVLI (W)
Question: Sir Mr. President, Let me take the trouble of asking your excellency as why you are are fond of small children in the country. Many many returns of the day for 14.11.05 Regards, Kaushik


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: Tarique waseem (25 years)
School: D N P.G College
Question: Dear Sir I am Software Engineer.I want to know future of Software in india or Abroad.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:48 IST.
Name: Dheeraj Shah (25 years)
School: NMIMS
Question: Respected Sir, As work life of an average person has reduced at great extend. Private sector companies give less interest in candidates above age of 45-50. Considering this I think out education system needs to be re-structed. Education system should start generating graduates at the age of 18-19 and not 21. May not 10+2+3 but 10+3


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:48 IST.
Name: angamuthu (25 years)
School: annamalai university
Question: dear mr. president I feel there is just one solution to take India to the top. All Indian polititians must be well educated. Do you share the same opinion ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: Manjeet (25 years)
School: MDU
Question: Sir, What is the future for youth in India?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:45 IST.
Name: Lenin M (23 years)
School: PSG TECH, Coimbatore
Question: Everyone knows in S.R.Bommi case verdict and it closely applies to Bihar Assembly Dissolution case also.Since you have mada a wrong decision crores of money has been wasted. I say you should bear the expenses. What do you say regarding this?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:43 IST.
Name: zubair (20 years)
School: ghouse
Question: y u have never read the namaaz


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:42 IST.
Name: Pranjal Kumar (18 years)
School: BITS PILANI
Question: how can students help remove curruption from india


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:41 IST.
Name: Balakumar (25 years)
School: SRKMVCAS
Question: Dear Friend, I am very happy that i am a great indian!! And could u tell me what are the areas to be improved to see MY STRONG india which is already growing and i am sure it will grow in future,in a fastest way. Regards M.Balakumar


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:27 IST.
Name: Kailash N Bhardwaj (25 years)
School: Dept of Environmental Sciences, Garhwal Unversity, Srinagar-Garhwal, Uttaranchal
Question: respected Mahamahim ji what critical thing we people should think before taking any action?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:23 IST.
Name: karthikeyan P (21 years)
School: St.Peters engineering college
Question: Respected sir, Why the states in india hesitant to inter connect the rivers? Isn't rivers like the veins of human body which carry bllod? Is it fare that some parts of the body gets blood and other parts are void?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:22 IST.
Name: amar kajal (22 years)
School: uck
Question: sir,first of all a very good luck to u. sir may i know about the future of india? where we are going?sir plz come out of urs era and ask a normal people or farmer where we are going?plz answer my question sir.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:18 IST.
Name: Amar Sharma (21 years)
School: V.I.E.T
Question: welcome


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:13 IST.
Name: Medha Sarkar (12 years)
School: carmel convent school,Durgapur,west bengal
Question: What are your dreams for the developement of India?can I have your autograph mailed to me please?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:6 IST.
Name: diganta deka (13 years)
School: gopalthan polytechnical institution
Question: Respected President When our political leaders would stop their corruptin and misuse of their political power.Is there any provision so that we can resist them. yours obediently Diganta


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 15:2 IST.
Name: Abhimanyu Singh (17 years)
School: K.V.I.I.T. Kanpur
Question: Sir, What new changes will be brought in the education system in the country in coming future?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:50 IST.
Name: Manesh (24 years)
School: St.Joesph , Mumbai
Question: who is the role model of your hairstyle? and what it is called Regards Manesh Jai Hind


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:49 IST.
Name: nitin agarwal (18 years)
School: srn adarsh evening college
Question: respected sir, our country India is not too far from the taste of success.it has well developed by years ago. My question is that sir can we not improve the environment and go step by step towards literacy programes. i have seen that when ever some vvip is arriving in the city all roads will be clean,no parking on either side and poor childerns will pushed outside their way. so you all cannot see what is going on. i have many ideas to solve the problem of environment which automatically solves literacy too. By doing so our words of former pm late mr Rajiv ghandhi will come true. thank you sir.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:48 IST.
Name: Sailekshmi C.G. (11 years)
School: Holy Angels' Convent,Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala.
Question: Dear Sir, First of all,Wish You a Nice Day. Of late ,we are passing through a period of all sorts of Natural Disasters - the massive quake which rocked the Himalayan Ranges and the Tsunami which caused massive destruction to the costal belt of Chennai and Kerala.As the President of the Land, I believe, you could devote time to work out a plan for incorporating a more scientific insight on par with the already obsolete methodology followed in our country in forecasting natural disasters.Being a Scientist of Repute, Kindly provide your valuable veiw in this aspect. Thanking You . Sailekshmi.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:35 IST.
Name: kumar pratyush (20 years)
School: college of vocational studies
Question: today when everybody thinks only about himself what should a youth do so that he feels his life was worth it when he dies...cant one work in an MNC and still do some good for mankind


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:33 IST.
Name: abhishek raghuwanshi (23 years)
School: welingkar institute of mgmt
Question: Respected sir, I read your book India 2020,it is a very nice book, as I am a citizen of our country I love my country, and I want to see my country as a developed nation on or before 2020,so my question is in your book there is development in each and every sector but sir our major problem is corruption, there are so many plans which should be implemented but it is on paper, the crying need of our country is infrastructure development but it is developing very slowly .Sir as you are the honourable president of India sir can’t you give special instructions to minimize the corruption and fast infrastructure development in our country?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:31 IST.
Name: Birendra Nath Banerjee (24 years)
School: SVYASA Bangalore
Question: To His Excellency Bharat Ratna Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Dear Sir, I am a basic REasearch Scientist at Bangalore working in the Field of Cancer Genetics I would be very grateful to know you PLANS to increase the number of Students who are joining The BASIC Research In INDIA. Currently Software and Call center professionals and Management careers are at the top of the list. I appeal to you as Our Scientist President to suggest a road map as to how to increase the influx of Students into BASIC RESEARCH. You know Basic Research is the Banckbone of Science Please do something. Regards B.N.Banerjee Bangalore


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:23 IST.
Name: sumit (12 years)
School: dps
Question: WHY CHILDRENS ARE SERVING TEA IN BJP OFFICE?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:23 IST.
Name: Suby J.George (21 years)
School: Vivek Vidyalaya
Question: Good day sir,as we all know that there are so many unwanted cases that happen in india,one of such case is the rape cases that happen.can't we take some action against these rapist so that no one else dares to do such a thing next time.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:22 IST.
Name: RAMAKRISHNAN (22 years)
School: SHEFFILE HALLAM UNIVERSITY
Question: WE NEED MORE SCHOOLS THAT CAN PROVIDE QUALITY EDUCATION FOR THE POOR IN ALL THE PHASES OF A HUMAN LIFE AND THIS BE MADE COMPULSARY. DON'T YOU THINK SO SIR?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:21 IST.
Name: B.N.Banerjee (24 years)
School: Manipal Academy of Higher education
Question: Dear sir, I am a proud Indian to have world's first Scientist President in our country. I am a student of GENETICS and I know that India has the richest and most diverse culture in the world. Spirituality is in our GENES. What is you opinion about Integrating our Spiritual Knowledge with the Cutting edge Science?Like to know your comment on optimising the Spiritual treasure to build the solid backbone of the Resurgent India in the 21st Century?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:16 IST.
Name: hemant parakh (19 years)
School: engineering college, bikaner
Question: i want to meet you.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:11 IST.
Name: Srishti Kaushal (11 years)
School: City International School, Aundh, Pune
Question: My father told me that our PM and President both are top most leaders in India and fortunately both the posts are held by most competent personalities. If so, why two of you not stop criminals and bad people entry in politics and becoming ministers? There are problems like unempoyment, criminal activities, corruption and many more and it is because most of our ministers / leaders don't want to do anything for others but everything for themselves and their families. Can't you stop bad people in holding big posts? Also, conduct yearly exams for these ministers based on what they do and if they don't get through, fail them.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:9 IST.
Name: uday (21 years)
School: du new delhi
Question: Sir, I feel there is just one solution to take India to the top. All Indian polititians must be well educated. Do you share the same opinion ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:3 IST.
Name: Chakrtavarthi paval (22 years)
School: Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathy
Question: dear president, hope your health is fine with improving fitness. i have question reg the development of india in terms of corruption index. how can this be addressed? can the government do something significant in reducing them?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:2 IST.
Name: Mayur Mishra (18 years)
School: Delhi Public School, Pune
Question: why not saleem should get hanged to dearh?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 14:1 IST.
Name: mukul (19 years)
School: k.v.pendharka college
Question: i am biotech student.i want to know future of biotechnology in india.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:57 IST.
Name: Rupal (22 years)
School: none
Question: Respected sir, good after noon, my name is rupal jain. I have learnt B.A (PASS) from D.U. we are three sister one is in 12th class second is 2 Yr. elder to me. my father does simple servies butwe havge to shoe he does bussiness cause no body can live without reputation in artifitiol world. sir, i want only to you that you wright me only one line for my satisfaction . whenever i'll recive ur mail it man that you have read this email which is written by me. I'll feel some happy moment came in my life for a moment sir my life like a dark cause money is main thing in this world..... every morning coms with new hope.sir i need one smile , i need one moment of happiness in my family. Sir pl. write me some words for me & my family sir please..... Citizen of INDIA Rupal, Delhi Mayure Vihare Ph. 3 email id is eye212@rediffmail.com


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:56 IST.
Name: shalini (21 years)
School: mahajana
Question: sir ur brilliant . pls tell me why india is still suffering poverty eventhough their is lots of oppurtunity


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:46 IST.
Name: ankur singh (8 years)
School: defence public school
Question: sir , if i want meet to u , then what can i do , we have many qustion , and i want answar, pl. can u tell me way


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:42 IST.
Name: Seema Rathore (25 years)
School: JU
Question: Hon'ble Sir,Good afternoon. Sir, don't u think the reserved category system should be banned(SC,ST,OBC,RBA...)as we all know Dr.B.R Ambedkar gave this reservation only for five years but it was not followed and it is continuing till now. Sir, this category system should be totally banned and all should get equal jobs/seats in the open category (whether he/she is Sc,ST,OBC...)so that no one will suffer.I know u will take appropriate measures. If I'm wrong then Plz give me appropriate suggestion.Plz reply me.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:41 IST.
Name: Trupti Narayan (23 years)
School: M.S. Ramaiah Institute
Question: What concrete and implementable steps is the government taking to showcase the New Brand called "India"? Also what role can we normal citizens play in this effort? PS: You are the best President that India has ever known... :) I like you a lot.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:38 IST.
Name: Manoj (25 years)
School: IIT Bombay
Question: will India become the devloped contry in coming couples of years ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:33 IST.
Name: Abheer (25 years)
School: Bharathi Vidyapeeth
Question: What is the status of Golden Quadrilateral. Road of good quality is the future for india when we will see good quality roads in Metros and roads connecting metros ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:31 IST.
Name: B.Aaarthi (11 years)
School: Sri B.S Mootha Sr Higher Sec School
Question: Why India is not growing in Electronics Industry ( Most of toys which I buy are produced either China or Taiwan )


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:31 IST.
Name: Nikita sharma (24 years)
School: COLLEGE,WORKING
Question: AS U RIGHTLY SAID EDUCATION IS THE KEY FOR DEVELOPMENT,DOES EVERY CHILD IN INDIA GEETING EDUCATION?DO YOU THINK WE ARE MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION,WHERE ARE THE LOOPHOLES?HOW TO COME OVER IT?HOW CAN OUR COUNTRY WILL BE AN DEVELOPED ECONOMY,IF THE SAME SCENARIO PREVAILS COULD WE BE ABLE TO REMOVE PROBLEMS OF OUR COUNTRY?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:19 IST.
Name: md hassan (19 years)
School: islamia institute of technology
Question: i want to become an embassy so what i have to study


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:19 IST.
Name: D,N Joshi (17 years)
School: kendri vidyalay Almora
Question: sir, how much time one should dovotee for good student


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:18 IST.
Name: md hassan (19 years)
School: islamia institute of technology
Question: i want to become an embassay so what i have to study


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:17 IST.
Name: pradeep shukla (25 years)
School: MITS,Gwalior
Question: Sir, What can i contribute to make INDIA developed before 2020?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:14 IST.
Name: vishal.parag.doshi (8 years)
School: ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL
Question: dear sir,can i get one chance to meet u i want to meet u once pl.i want to follow&obey ur rules®ulation.sir pl give me one chance


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:13 IST.
Name: jyotsna patel (25 years)
School: monash university
Question: I am at present doing my master in Information Technology at Monash University, Australia. The system here I found is more practical rather that theoritical base. What do you say sir if we say that our education system can be modified to implement quite of practical approach as well. Instead of mugging up and vomitting things in question papers, students have to do practical assignments which gives them practical approach and carry quite good marks.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:10 IST.
Name: naresh kumar (20 years)
School: Saini bar college.bulhowal,hoshiarpur,punjab
Question: What is next policy of india about the exports


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:9 IST.
Name: Nishad Anwar (18 years)
School: University of Western Sydney
Question: Dear President Ji, It is to be noted that the UPSC(union of public service commision) exams are for those students graduated in the Indian colleges and not for those Indians graduated outside the county. Dont you think this rule should be changed and that will give a chance for others studying outside the country to attempt the exams?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:9 IST.
Name: pramod (16 years)
School: kendriya vidyalaya no 2
Question: if mass can be converted into mass then energy can be converted into energy .therefore light is asource of energy what is the mass of light/


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:6 IST.
Name: himanshu jain (21 years)
School: New Delhi institute of management
Question: a very good afternoon sir i am himanshu jain from jaipur but right now pursuing my M.B.A FROM Delhi. n mine question is why we need to brainstorming towards a particualr problem can't we do so by the help of computer's in today's times. pls. get me reply as soon as possible.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:4 IST.
Name: seema tabassum mulla (22 years)
School: kles's institute of management studies and research
Question: hello mr.president can u tell me the key to success


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:4 IST.
Name: himanshu jain (21 years)
School: New Delhi institute of management
Question: a very good afternoon sir i am himanshu jain from jaipur but right now pursuing my M.B.A


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:3 IST.
Name: madhuraj (17 years)
School: ananda
Question: hello sir how r u world s no;1 my india


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 13:3 IST.
Name: rahul (21 years)
School: rai foundation college
Question: sir please give our college affliation back other wise i will commit suicide. i"m a student of engg..


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:57 IST.
Name: Abhishek (22 years)
School: Pillai Institute of management studies & research
Question: Hello Sir! It was always my deep desire 2 b like u? And serve my country? Can u pls answer my question?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:55 IST.
Name: vaishak salin (13 years)
School: L.R.I.S
Question: At what age did you get a job?Please Do Reply


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:53 IST.
Name: Mandeep Matharu (23 years)
School: Didn't chance to go
Question: To, Respected President Kalam, I am physically handicapped due to Ostogenesis Imperfecta (Multiple Fractures) since 22 years. I want to ask you few questions: 1) Why in our country has no work for disable people who could not go out. 2) Why I did not got the admission in school because I am physically handicapped. 3) Doesn’t I have right to become self-independent and fulfill my dreams. Sir, I want to be a part of India's success by doing something for our nation. Hope you will help me. Regards, Mandeep Matharu (Mumbai)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:52 IST.
Name: Mandeep Matharu (23 years)
School: Didn't chance to go
Question: To, Respected President Kalam, I am physically handicapped due to Ostogenesis Imperfecta (Multiple Fractures) since 22 years. I want to ask you few questions: 1) Why in our country has no work for disable people who could not go out. 2) Why I did not got the admission in school because I am physically handicapped. 3) Doesn’t I have right to become self-independent and fulfill my dreams. Sir, I want to be a part of India's success by doing something for our nation. Hope you will help me. Regards, Mandeep Matharu (Mumbai)


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:47 IST.
Name: Sanjay Gandhi (16 years)
School: Our Lady of Good Counsel
Question: Sir, I feel there is just one solution to take India to the top. All Indian polititians must be well educated. Do you share the same opinion ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:45 IST.
Name: parmvir dod (25 years)
School: curtin university
Question: Dear Mr. President! i am master's student studying International Relations at Curtin University, Australia. I feel proud when I tell my classmates that our president is a well renowned scientist :-). I want to write a book on scientists, who worked hard to serve humanity. this is going to be a short story book for my nephews to build up their interests in science. i'll be greatful if you could spare some time to suggest me the scienetists i can write about. The scientist already on my list are Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Newton and last but not least our own president who has inspired me for this book. please sugget me some more names whose life story can be inspiring for kids and help to build their interest in science. looking forward to hear from you, Sincere regards, Paramvir Dod


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:45 IST.
Name: Sanjay Gandhi (16 years)
School: Our Lady of Good Counsel
Question: Sir, I feel there is just one solution to take India to the top. All Indian polititians must be well educated. Do you share the same opinion ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:38 IST.
Name: R.Venkatesh Varun (15 years)
School: Amrita Vidyalayam
Question: Dear Mr.President, By doing I.A.S., can I serve the society the best ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:38 IST.
Name: Asha Hariharan (17 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, Palakkad
Question: At school level and college level, India have a large number of talented, bright and motivated minds, but when it comes to building a technologically independent and self sustained nation, we are not able to completely utilitze this brilliant pool of talents. Where are these talents getting drained off?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:24 IST.
Name: Parag Agrawal (23 years)
School: INDIA
Question: Sir, I have heard that illeteracy, poverty and unemployment are the main hurdles which are restricting the growth of India. But i belive that it's the mentality of our Indians which is responsible for everything that we are today. I have seen so many people outside India, especially NRIs, who feel shame to tell people that they are Indians and whose main purpose is just to earn money even at the cost of their and their country's self-respect. Even after this, we are giving lot of respect to NRIs and it is considered big to go abroad and study/work there even if the level of education or work is very low compared to their average level here in India. Why is it so? Can't we include a compulsory subject in the curriculum to teach patriotism from the early age of childhood to change this? ....THANKS


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:23 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, Why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, computer science and information technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:21 IST.
Name: Abhishek Rathi (17 years)
School: FIITJEE Junior College
Question: India creates best Engineers & Management Executives through premier institutions such as IITs and IIMs. A lot of expenditure is incurred by the Goverment of India on training them. They can help create a stronger nation through their minds & skills. Then, why isn't it mandatory for them to work for "India" atleast for a period of three years (Eg: For Scholarship students of National Universtiy of Singapore)? What steps is the Government taking to discourage them from working abroad?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:21 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, Why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, computer science and information technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:20 IST.
Name: ALISHA ALEXANDER (14 years)
School: MATER DEI CONVENT SCHOOL
Question: SIR, WHY INDIAN PRESIDENT IS NOT ACTIVELY PARTICIPATING IN THE SUBJECTIVE AND EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS OF THE COUNTRY


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:18 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, Why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, computer science and information technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:17 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, Why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, computer science and information technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:15 IST.
Name: Anuj Kumar (22 years)
School: MNNIT, Allahabad(UP), India
Question: Sir, Why is it so, that some of the competitive exams in India consider the two main streams, computer science and information technology, separate from each other, whereas at times both are evaluated in the same group?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:13 IST.
Name: Nishant Grover (10 years)
School: Adarsh Public School Vikaspuri N.Delhi
Question: When will we see every village having night shelter for needy and scholling in day at same place.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:6 IST.
Name: pavan kumar g (23 years)
School: MNNIT,allahabad
Question: Sir, what were ur thoughts in ur childhood days that inspired u to achieve this amount of success?.please reply me


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 12:3 IST.
Name: ajay prasad (23 years)
School: RAVENSHAW
Question: what r the steps taken for solving the problem of proverty & unemployment by Goverment?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:59 IST.
Name: Monika Manoj (7 years)
School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya,Vaduthala , Cochin, Kerala.
Question: Can i come to see your house?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:58 IST.
Name: boby jose (25 years)
School: KCT
Question: Hello Sir, , I am Boby Jose MCA Graduate 2005 Batch ,Did my Post-Graduate in kumaraguru college of technology located in coimbatore comes nder Anna University . Sir i am interest with working in IT dept in India. Plz cosider this mail Regd boby


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: ramya (20 years)
School: K S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Question: salutation to our beloved president, i am doing computer science and engineering. i am interested in research and have planned to do mtech after BE. can you please how i can help my nation to become a knowledge hub?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:57 IST.
Name: Starlin Rajam (22 years)
School: college
Question: 1 How you have been a great scienctist? 2 We are happy that we got a president like you?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:56 IST.
Name: Anandakrishnan (21 years)
School: NSS College
Question: As a President having more affection with children like Nehru, do you have any plan to implement any such kind establishment to help the growth and progress of children in India regardless of caste, religion, region etc after your retirement from the present post?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:51 IST.
Name: pavan kumar g (23 years)
School: MNNIT,allahabad
Question: Sir, what were ur thoughts in ur childhood days that inspired u to achieve this amount of success?.please reply me


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:50 IST.
Name: Jennifer (16 years)
School: DACN
Question: what do you think about the nuclear weapons as they cause hazards to the entire humanity but still countries do not stop producing them? Do you think that for pursuit of peace then prepare for war?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:46 IST.
Name: VIVEK (20 years)
School: HISLOP COLLEGE , NAGPUR
Question: respected sir I WANT TO ASK U THAT CAN WE SUCCEED IN DEVELOPING OUR COUNTRY INDIA IF THEMINISTERS GET INVOLVED THEMSELVES IN MANY CORRUPTION CASES? I WANT TO TELL U ] THAT PLEASE CONDUCT CBI RAIDS IN ALL THE POLITICAL LEADERS' HOUSE SO THAT THE AMOUNT OF BLACK MONEY DEPOSITED WITH THEM WILL BE CONCEALED WITH THEM AND THE SAME WILL BE BENEFACIARY IN SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF OUR COUNTRY AND WE SHOULD NOT DEPEND ON WORLD BODIES WIR MORE FUNDS FOR THE PROGRESS OF THE COUNRY. I HOPE TRHAT U WII TAKE ANY OR SOME ACTION IN THIS MAIL. THANKIG YOU. VIVEK.V HISLOP COLLEGE CIVIL LINES-1 NAGPUR. M.S.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:37 IST.
Name: ritu (15 years)
School: vis mukerian
Question: DO U LIKE THE CHILDREN?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:36 IST.
Name: Mahesh Muzumdar (18 years)
School: S. P. College
Question: What are the measures taken to provide justice to poor from clutches of corrupt Govt. Officials. How u are going to eliminate poverty and bring about peace & justice to every one?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:36 IST.
Name: shivendrasingh (20 years)
School: MES College of Engg.
Question: Mr. President, Your vision to make our country a superpower by 2020 is taking a beating in the states like UP and Bihar and all the north eastern states . So president considering the unequal development n of our states will we be a developed nation by 2020? President also suggest us various means so that we can contribute to the development of our great nation.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:35 IST.
Name: prasad (25 years)
School: nagarjuna university
Question: why are the rowdies entering politics


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:31 IST.
Name: Mohammed Ejaaz (22 years)
School: AMSCE
Question: SIR, IN TODAYS POLITICAL SCENARIO, HOW FAR INDIAN YOUTH WILL BE SUCCESSFUL IN MAKING VISION 2020 BECOME TRUE..


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:28 IST.
Name: urmila (25 years)
School: none
Question: Sir, How do you remain so cool in all circumstances?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:24 IST.
Name: macharla (14 years)
School: narayana
Question: what is the use of politics


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:23 IST.
Name: Apurva Kenekar (15 years)
School: Vani Vidyalaya Jr. College
Question: Respected Sir, I have always have had a deep desire to do something for the poor and underpriviledged. But all I can see is donations in cash and cheques and all that. My parents donate whenever they can but I want to do something by myself. I am not earning so donating money is not possible. What can I do Sir? I genuinely want to do something for the betterment of my country.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:20 IST.
Name: S.Poorvaja (10 years)
School: A.V.Rm.V.Matric.Hr.Sec.School Ambasamudram. Tirunelveli Dist.T .N.
Question: When will our India become unpolluted and No.1 country in the world??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:12 IST.
Name: ramya (20 years)
School: K S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Question: hello sir, what do you think should be the attitude of engineering students towards research?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:7 IST.
Name: girish milmile (24 years)
School: m j collage jalgaon
Question: muze asha hai ki aap yah pura padenge. Mr. president, kya aap ko nahi lagata ki aaj ki is rajniti mai aam nagrik (middle class) ki pal pal moaut ho rahi hai? agar esame ka eak bhi jag utha to ye rajkarnioko bhagne keliye jagah nahi milegi. meri tarph se aap un tak yah sandesha (warning) dijiye ga. nahi to hamara bharat desh phirse gulami mai jayega. warning thanks.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Vinay B Kashyap (13 years)
School: The New Cambridge English School, Vijayanagar Bangalore 560 040
Question: Respected Sir Namaste I would like to become a pilot of space shuttle. Now, I am in eight std. what should I do to become a Pilot. Kindly guide me Thanks & Deep regards Vinay B Kashyap 62/E, I Floor, 14th Main Road Vijayanagar Bangalore 560 040


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:1 IST.
Name: Nanda.C.Koralli (21 years)
School: Sasmira
Question: Plz Prez teel me when are country's food problem be solved?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:0 IST.
Name: Narthika (22 years)
School: Srilanka
Question: Dear Sir, Thanks for giving us a good oppurtunity like this to us. I would like ask why you're are more keeping Mr.Natwar Singh & Mr.Lalu Prasad in Minisitry after the Volcker Report. Please take a good decision for India's Future. Thanks & Regards, Narthika


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 11:0 IST.
Name: Nanda.C.Koralli (21 years)
School: Sasmira
Question: Plz Prez tell me when will are country's food problem be solved?.Also plz let me no your e-mail id since me and


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:59 IST.
Name: vishal joshi (22 years)
School: I.A.R.I. new delhi-12
Question: sir , i am an agri graduate and doing Msc in biotechnology, sir what are the responsibilities you think we have to fulfill? thank you sir


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:57 IST.
Name: Monika (14 years)
School: Victoria International School Punjab
Question: what is your program about poor children?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:51 IST.
Name: akhilvenu (15 years)
School: gbhss, nparur , cochin,kerala
Question: tell me more about mission to mars


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:49 IST.
Name: n.harinada babu (21 years)
School: magnus school of business
Question: sir, is any chance to change the indian political system


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:48 IST.
Name: k.giridhar (20 years)
School: b.r.b college raichur karnataka 584101
Question: president gi i wish u to leave long years.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:48 IST.
Name: shilpa K (25 years)
School: Pune University
Question: Dear Sir, I am a software engineer working in a MNC. I want to use my software knowledge for Indian govt. How can I enroll into the govt institution? You are my inspiration and I want to be part of your vision 2020. Please reply, Thank you. Shilpa


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:47 IST.
Name: prateek singh (19 years)
School: vellore institute of technology
Question: good morning sir, what is difference between studies in INDIA and in foreign country.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:44 IST.
Name: Pushkin Shaniv (15 years)
School: St.michael's
Question: what are you doing for the development of the silly bihar?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:37 IST.
Name: Nilesh Vankani (24 years)
School: Currantly im doing job
Question: Hello sir,Y want to know where is our contry going?Y our prime minister not intrested to growth our contry?Y our Prime minister vest money behind buying unuseful things?Is our contry on safe hand?Pls told those people to leave politiecs and consantrate to do good work for contry.I think you are the only one person who able to gave advice to that people..Thanks for bring my advice and quetion to them......


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:35 IST.
Name: D.KISHORE KUMAR REDDY (20 years)
School: COLLEGE
Question: Respected Sir in our country why developements,research,industries,all are related with politics and politicians with this relation, we reach our goals and our vission 2020.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:26 IST.
Name: KAPILKHATRI (20 years)
School: DU
Question: HOW AREC U SIR CAN YOU PERMIT ME TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR PAST LIFE


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:25 IST.
Name: Birendra Kumar Singh (24 years)
School: IIT Kharagpur
Question: Mr President Sir, Dont you think that reservations in educational institutions(or anywhere else) is carried forward for political gains and should not continued any furthur? I have seen people availing this facility who are in better financial position than most of us. Agreed, that even today many people from the reserved communities are backward, but is reservation the right measure to address those issues? By granting reservation, incompetent people become engineers and doctors and those people never have to try too hard to get a job in public sector. Are we not risking INDIA's future in this way? Should not all admissions be merit based and those who are financially weaker can be given assistance from the school days itself? And this should hold not just for reserved communities but for all citizens irrespective of their caste and creed, only parameter should be the finicial capability. Dont you agree with me Mr. President Sir? What do you think?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:23 IST.
Name: Sanjib Sarkar (16 years)
School: B-Zone boys high school, Durgapur-713205,west bengal
Question: What is your vision for India ? As a citizen of India I would like to know from one of the most respected and knowledgeable President that ‘how long we will call ourself developing ? When we will got the status of DEVELOPED COUNTRY ? Do you think that India is going in the right direction in getting her goals? When we will find that poor people is not dying in hunger? Don’t you think that we don’t need weapons of mass destruction but food?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:19 IST.
Name: jigna vyas (16 years)
School: Saint John Highschool,ahmedabad
Question: I MET once NARENDRA MODI AND NOW I ASK YOU SIR WHAT WE SHOULD DO FOR NOT TO BE NEGATIVE EMOTIONALLY ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:14 IST.
Name: Sanjay Kumar Panda (19 years)
School: Ravenshaw College,Cuttack,Orissa
Question: Dear Sir, I can see that WE are going to be Super Power in coming Decade. Still I am not able to compare our counts under proverty line, public transport system and facilities available (Public toilets etc) to public, Curroption level at different levels, counts of Un-employements to any other developed countries. Sincierly Confused Sanjay


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 10:0 IST.
Name: suni (18 years)
School: college
Question: sir from childwood only were you intelligent?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 9:34 IST.
Name: Tejas Lagvankar (22 years)
School: AISSMS COE, Pune
Question: Respected Sir, Do you really think that the BPO industry is providing any value additions to the youth of the country ? In my opinion it's not doing so. I think one whole generation is being wasted. Please comment.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 9:26 IST.
Name: ravi (25 years)
School: SPM
Question: Mr.President, During school days,every student thinking that i would do something for society or country!But when they are in position,they are not all stick on their words..becomming greedy,saving money for their future gradsons(or daughters),Do u think that it is our education fault?Now a days I am so much worrying about this?why not people are not showing kindness on others?No Moral values..Even if the person met with accident,nobody is taking him to the hospitals..we are wise than animals...but, do we have good heart like them?Certainly not Mr.President...Certainly not?pls do something from ur side to our Country,Pls do..


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 9:25 IST.
Name: sai prashanth (21 years)
School: florida state university
Question: When will the politicians realize that they should not be selfish,fight for power and make money, and that they are being elected to serve the people.why is that they dont understand the sufferings of the poor and work for the development of our country??


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 8:38 IST.
Name: HRITIKA VERMA (21 years)
School: RAJIV GANDHI TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY,MADHYA PRADESH
Question: RELATED TO MENTAL CALCULATION. MY ELDER BROTHER "VAIBHAV KUMAR VERMA"ALSO DOING MENTAL CALCULATIONS JUST SIMILAR TO WORLD FAMOUS "SHAKUNTALA DEVI.DUE TO THIS ABALITY,SHE IS INVITING/AND NOW SETTLED AT FOREIGN ALSO.BUT NOBODY PAID ANY ATTENTION TO MY BROTHER. HON'BLE SIR, PLEASE SOLVE MY QUARIE.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 8:10 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: sir,did you taken any measures on completely isolating the usage of non- biodegradable plastics and make usage of papers?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 8:9 IST.
Name: Santosh Nalawade (25 years)
School: Bharati Vidyapeeth's, IMRDA, Sangli
Question: Respected Sir, What steps you are taking to expel Corruption & Crime from Inida?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 8:6 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: sir,these thigs which i send do you will do things better for our future definitly.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 8:3 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: sir, any idea in starting the new research center regarding the recovery of people from natural disaster(flood, tsunami, etc.,).Because this precaution will very much useful in saving the people and also in saving the agricultural lands.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:57 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: Is there any research center is started at every village according to the crop which is cultivated in that place if not when you will going to start?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:52 IST.
Name: hemanth (20 years)
School: st peters engg
Question: In india did you set up any research center regarding finding biodegradable plastics specialy for the circuits(which will cause no pollution on usage and also in production).


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:40 IST.
Name: Sriram Katuri (24 years)
School: University of Southern California,USA
Question: Sir, I strongly believe that usage of technology in almost every apsect of life can increase the quality of life,decrease the impact of social evils,increases accountability among employees,decrease corruption. what other aspects can reduce all social evils like corruption? Thank you sir,Also Iam proud to let you know that I will be returning back to india in one year. Two people inspired me to take this decision,one my father and you Mr. president. please continue inspiring youth. Thanks....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:37 IST.
Name: Niraj bengani (25 years)
School: Ex Rajdhani College
Question: Respected Sir I beleive that everyone in this Earth have a right to see this beautiful planet. but someus of us not so fortunate to do see it since they have not being privileged with Eyes .But I think that this is not a major obstacle this problem can be remove by Eye donation. But the very little have being done for this noble cause, There is lack of awareness in poeple bout this. since this issue has not being take seriously. I have certain ideas that can promote it heavily. But since I am student ,I does not have resourse. So if you could support me .Then I think that this dream can come true.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:32 IST.
Name: Sriram Katuri (24 years)
School: University of Southern California,USA
Question: Sir, Two people in my life inspired me to aspire n dream that our country will be developed very .one of them is my father and the other is you. I strongly believe that usage of technology in almost every apsect of life can increase the quality of life,decrease the buerocracy


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:23 IST.
Name: Niraj Bengani (25 years)
School: C A Final
Question: Repected Sir I firmly beleive that "the saga of sword does not last to long. One day it come to end and you are nowhere. But the warmth of love last forever .That why mother and Jesus are still alive. Live and Let Live". Sir if this true then why this war happen. We have so many cause to fight together (Proverty, Education, Global Warming, Aids , Hunger etc) then why we are fighting against each other. Again sir I would a great fan of yours and one of my dream is to meet you personally. Hope that it will come true oneday.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 7:18 IST.
Name: Nancy Varghese V. (25 years)
School: pushpagiri dental college tiruvalla
Question: Dear & Respected Sir, I am Dr.Nancy Varghese, a dentist working in a dental college in kerala. In my 10th standard pass certificate, my fathers name is mentioned wrong. It was in year 1991. Since then I have been in constant touch with the athourity to correct my fathers name, they haven't fulfilled. Sir if you give me your contact address, i will send details to you. As an indian citizen , i felt you can atleast help me to solve this problem. Our nation athourity is corrupted My phone # is 0469-2618423 & mobile; 9447008423 . Hoping to receive a response.


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 5:8 IST.
Name: mr b sellappan (25 years)
School: all india institute of medical sciences
Question: dear president you are great.have you ever calculated how much money a person earning 10 000 rupees is giving to the western countries.must be atleast 2000 rs.India dont even have the technology to manufacture tooth past and soap forget other home appliances which are entirely owned by foreign companies. why cannot our government encourage own research and promote local induatries.why cant our government learn something from the west.Now Iam in UK and i feel that India would have been much better under the british raj.Take for example northern ireand it is still a british colony but see the standard of living of the people.Around 70% of the ral networks in India are the one laid by the british what have we done after independence except promoting corruption. since i left to uk India must have lost atleast 60 lakhs in terms of training me.But once i came out of aiims like everyone i dont have no proper job .its only here they recognsed my education.why canot my w country recognise my education. can the president answer my questions


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 5:1 IST.
Name: Gauri Gupta (19 years)
School: University of Maryland, USA
Question: Dear Mr. President, You are one of my role models. Today I am taking this opportunity to ask you something that I have always wished to know. As a child were you naughty or studious? and who were your role models?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 4:40 IST.
Name: Vibhu Sharma (23 years)
School: S.University of New York -Stony Brook
Question: India is doing well in software , but we are lagging behind in Hardware , specially abscence of semiconductor Fabs and cutting edge technology research . I have great respect towards indian defence research institute like DRDO, DEAL ,BEL ,ISRO etc .Why does the govt doesnot make these institutes to be at the par with the research institutes in Europe and North America ? and also the expansion of these labs to different parts of India


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 3:36 IST.
Name: Krishna (25 years)
School: Osmania University
Question: Sir, What makes China get ahead of India interms of infrastructure development, sports and many others fields although both the nations are very much similar in geography, population and history? Is it the type of government that is making the difference ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 3:25 IST.
Name: MohitheKalyaN (24 years)
School: V.I.F College of Engg. & Tech. ,J.N.T.University
Question: Respected President, Myself KalyaN.Glad to meet the dignitory like you by this way.And moreover I don't like to pose a question on You, but like to get suggestions from You.Mean While we the Youth is unable to concentrate more on what we want to be.But time permits us to be what we are and what we will be.Does time plays an important role or do we need to be guided more on this issue.Hope we the Youth are eager to get suggestions from the kind of personality who we are inspired a lot.Please Guide us as the Nation needs the resources who are yet at the foot paths doing nothing. Thank You...


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 2:33 IST.
Name: rufai (24 years)
School: zogbeli j.s.s
Question: HI,EVERY BODY,AND ONE FOR CHART


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 1:51 IST.
Name: Rohan Chatterjee (20 years)
School: Cochin University
Question: Why cant all the interested students get into research ? Why dont you try to motivate more and more students to go into research by increasing seats at IISc or its parallel other colleges ?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 1:31 IST.
Name: Abhinav (23 years)
School: IIT Kanpur
Question: Being in IIT gives a great oppurtunity to gain a lot of knowledge. However, the implementation of this knowledge is still not upto par in our country. I would most humbly like to ask, how this technical knowledge can be most efficiantly utilized for the overall development of our country?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:56 IST.
Name: shubhodeep chakrabarti (21 years)
School: Presidency College ,Kolkata
Question: RESPECTED MR.PRESIDENT,as the 21st century beckons us with endless possibilities,India's educational system still faces a paradoxical situation.Whereas ,on one hand we have world class institutes like our IITs and IIMs recognised globally as brands of excellence,the children of rural India still lack basic access to primary education.How far is it feasible in your esteemed opinion to allow private participation in the educatioal sector for enhancing its qualitative parameters?also does the burgeoning number of Graduate and Post-graduate unemployed in India signal to a all pervading malaise in our educational system which calls for a radical review and overhaul of the entire system?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:45 IST.
Name: shubhodeep chakrabarti (21 years)
School: Presidency College, Kolkata
Question: RESPECTED MR.PRESIDENT,as India today faces the challenge of integrating with the global economy,how far is it conducive in India's national interests to adhere to WTO norms especially in sectors like agriculture and textiles which are the pyramids of our self-reliance in earning valuable foreign exchange?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:41 IST.
Name: Amit Kumar (17 years)
School: Mariegold public school, NOIDA
Question: How India can set its pace for development while my state, Bihar, is lagging behind with issues like casteism, nepotism and endless crime? How a value system can be developed in such states? How can I contribute to this as an individual?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:36 IST.
Name: Rajat Pal Guota (20 years)
School: Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh
Question: Good Morninig Sir, we all are aiming for DEVELOPED INDIA:2020..but is it possible to achieve this with the type of BOOKISH KNOWLEDGE thats provided to us in schools and colleges (especially engineering)along with the education system of india to judje the knowledge of students with only 3 hours of exam.....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:28 IST.
Name: rajat gupta (20 years)
School: punjab engineering college, chandigarh
Question: Good morning sir, I want to share with you just one thing that we aim DEVELOPED INDIA..2020.. BUT....


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:7 IST.
Name: Nitin Gangahar (15 years)
School: The Aditya Birla Public School, Renusagar, UP
Question: Dear Sir, Is truth always ugly?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:5 IST.
Name: Abdul Sajid (17 years)
School: J.B.A.S. Memorial school, Chennai.
Question: Dear Mr.President, We, indians are really, fortunate to have you as the president of India. It is equally fortunate to have a president to motivate and nurture youths of our country. Today, India can boast with pride to have one of the best education system in the world. But if we notice, these yougsters, after achieving highest and competitive degrees choose to work for country other than India. In this way, we lose our nation's talent consistently. Have you got a solution to bring back or prevent those talented minds to work for India. Not only do we loose our young minds of India due to the above reason, but also due to many factors in the form of diseases, calamities like fire accident at kumbakkonam last year, child labour, child marriage, to name a few. India has repeatedly proved that even the child starting his/her schooling in rural (example late president K.R. narayanan)can be brought up to become the first citizen of the world's largest democratic country. Even in education system, we find discrimination. There exists a big difference in the quality of education between schools in rural and schools in urban cities. Why is it so? Is money factor the only reason for the quality of education. Can we have our lovely India to be free of all these problems and provide better and equal education system throughout the INDIA. Regards Abdul Sajid PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:3 IST.
Name: Aparna Radhakrishnan (16 years)
School: International Indian School, Riyadh
Question: Why is it that professionals find it difficult to find jobs than ones who havent got as many qualifications as professionals do?


Posted on: 11 Nov 2005, 0:0 IST.
Name: subash (20 years)
School: Rly college
Question: i came to know from my elders that caste reservation ie sc st bc etc, are made permitted only for a period of 5 years according to Dr. B R Ambedkar. If it is correct when will it happen.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:53 IST.
Name: Nitin Gangahar (15 years)
School: The Aditya Birla Public School, Renusagar,UP
Question: Dear Sir, India has the potential to become a developed nation. But what as per you, is the root cause that has still not changed into one?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:53 IST.
Name: Nitin Gangahar (15 years)
School: The Aditya Birla Public School, Renusagar
Question: Dear Sir, India has the potential to become a developed nation. But what as per you, is the root cause that has still not changed into one?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:50 IST.
Name: Nitin Gangahar (15 years)
School: The Aditya Birla Public School, Renusagar, UP
Question: Dear Sir, What makes you believe that God exists?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:49 IST.
Name: rachna (19 years)
School: SVIT VASAD GUJARAT
Question: hi HAPPY CHILDREN'S DAY sir i read ur buk ingnited minds and it really had a effect on me..... frankly speakin it has been a really gr8 oppurtunity given to studentsto chat with u ..n i feel too lucky to mail u ....my first n foremost request is to please....change the education system of gujrat. prob is v students hav to study every sub compulsarily in college too....even v hav chosen our specific branch which leads to disinterst in our own main field. its too difficult to do so but not impossible plz try out sumthing.....so tat more future ABDUL KALAM born in INDIA by mind body n soul thanking u a lot.... its my pleasure to mail u really... hv a nice day sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:39 IST.
Name: Pranav Radhakrishnan (8 years)
School: asian school bahrain
Question: Respected Our President what is your highness message for children on children's day, November 14,2005 with love and god bless you, Pranav radhakrishnan


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:38 IST.
Name: Y.S.K. Prerana (10 years)
School: B K V V , Nagpur
Question: What is your email address. Can I send my doubts / mails to you Sir.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:35 IST.
Name: Y.S.K.Prerana (10 years)
School: Bharti Krishna Vidya Vihar, Nagpur
Question: My dad always tells that highly educated people are leaving for foreign countries to pursue career / studies. What should be done to stop them and to use their knowledge / expertise for our country


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:19 IST.
Name: Praveen Ravi (17 years)
School: international school of paris
Question: dear mr president, as a student in an international school, ive tried to model the differences between the type of educations here and in india. i have realised that in india, most of our children are stuck with textbooks and the bare minimum required to secure good or perhaps escellent marks on the exams. i personally find an elevation in my general knowledge after coming here. i believe that awareness of the world around us is one of the fundamental elements in shaping someone. i would like to know if general knowledge and current affairs can be more strictly imposed on the indian educations system.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:13 IST.
Name: sorab (16 years)
School: st.michael's
Question: if our country is secular and we talk of combatting terrorism in its bud ,then why are we mum seeing hindu terrosim of vhp,bagangran dal,shiv sena, rss,and bjp which are responsible for ayodhya,post gurat, 1947 clashes to name a few why are we silient seeing them and as a president what are you not banning them??


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:10 IST.
Name: Sidra tariq (15 years)
School: Bahria College Karsaz
Question: what do you think is the way to alleviate poverty ,involving youth as helpers , not only in India , but in general, because food , shelter and clothing are basic human requirements ,and its one of the probelms the world and especially third world countries are facing .


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 23:2 IST.
Name: Abi (25 years)
School: PSGCT
Question: Hello Sir, I have completed my BE and I feel it is my responsibilty to give something to my country, even after I get employed. The problem is I am not clear about how to go about it, and I am sure you would know the answer best. I am of the view that once social co-operation improves and works in sync with the political structure, there is nothing that can stop a country's development. I am honest in my intentions and would surely convert your advice into action. Thanks and eagerly waiting or your reply... Abi


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:52 IST.
Name: VAISHNAVI SAMPATH (18 years)
School: SHRIMATI INDIRA GANDHI COLLEGE,TRICHY.
Question: Vanakkam Aiyya !! I feel proud to be an INDIAn,TAMIZH ian & TRICHY ian.... I am also proud that my PRESIDENT(U are) also a TAMIZHIAN.. I am also more proud that i am studying in the college opposite to the (St.Joseph)college where my PRESIDENT studied. Sir I am proud of so many things,but i am worrying about a major problem in our country with our WEST INDIA.(PAKISTAN-not our enemy our younger brother,Who seperated from a FAMILY PROBLEM with INDIA!!!! ) Sir in my opinion WAR IS NOTHING BUT THE LEGALISED FORM OF TERRORISM. First we should stop WARs.I am worried about our success of our KARGIL WAR. Because there is nothing to celebrate our success.We did not won , we lost humantiy.I lost many brothers in my contry and in my brother country(PAKISTAN) Sir INDIANS should not forget that once upon a time we teamed with pakistan to fight for the freedom that we are enjoying even now vice versa PAKISTANIS. No muslim is a TERRORIST to a hindu and no hindu is KAFIR to a muslim. "Pakistan" in Urdu means Land of the Pure. But some of them are making it impure !!! --------------------Sir please give ur opinion and awareness to all INDIANS to maintain brotherlyhood with our younger brother (PAKISTAN) Please give a solution to solve this problem!!!! NANNRI!!!! VAZHGA TAMIZHAGAM VAZHGA BHARADHAM!!!


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:40 IST.
Name: Shruti Bhtanagar (17 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1.Bikaner(Raj)
Question: How can we, the young contribute to achieve your Vision for India 2020?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:38 IST.
Name: shubham shrestha (22 years)
School: IIIT-A
Question: How to improve R&D in India ? today india is moving towards outsourcing seems a good hing in small run but if we see the long run it is not good for indian econmy as we are making ourselvs dependednt ....is their solution ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:27 IST.
Name: Saumya Bhatnagar (13 years)
School: Sophia Secondary School,Bikaner(Raj)
Question: I dream to set up a Space Centre on the moon.Would you oblige me by inaugurating it?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:23 IST.
Name: Tejas N Skanda (10 years)
School: Little Angels Convent
Question: Dear President Uncle, Kindle letme know the way indian politics are happening, what will be India's future


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:22 IST.
Name: Saumya Bhatnagar (13 years)
School: Sophia Secondary School,Bikaner(Raj)
Question: What inspired you to become a space scientist?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:11 IST.
Name: Janak Sundhar (20 years)
School: Dina Institute of Hotel and Business Management
Question: Respected Sir,I reside in NewDelhi and i finished my diploma course in Hotel Management from pune in the month of April and now it is seven months, I haven't got a job yet and still i am trying my best. It was said by the Prime Minister of India that "Rozgar" will be given to everyone but i haven't found any such thing happening. I know that you would try to help in some sought and even i am a student struggling. And i have read your novel it was a very good one and i liked it very much. Anticipating your favourable reply?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 22:3 IST.
Name: Aiswarya R.Nair (16 years)
School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya,Kottayam,Kerala
Question: Dear Mr.President, Dont you think that that a strict regulation of Government employees is needed in our country?Also why we dont have any lawto control population explosion?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:51 IST.
Name: ajeet (23 years)
School: IIT Roorkee
Question: Though everybody knows that nuclear and other weapons are always destructive to human life and for environment,why Are they necessary for power of nation?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:48 IST.
Name: Shrea Dhar (10 years)
School: Bhavan's Indian International School, Singapore
Question: Mr.President, Greetings. Would it be possible for Government to: 1. Start an online news paper that highlights Indian achievers and their achievements from all the fields. Everytime I prepare the morning news recitation for my school, I struggle to find anything positive about my country. There is too much of coverage on terrorism and politics. The e-paper could be designed on Wikipedia format, which takes direct input from the community. 2. Prepare an electronic reference database on all the students (with their year of passing and marks) from all the schools, colleges and universities. This could help in rapid identification of cases with fake degrees and scores. 3.Rename "Independence Day" as "National Day". Why do we want to remind ourselves of a "slave history" of ~ 200 years when our country has a "suave history" of at least 5000 years. Will anyone speak up for the achievers between 5000 B.C and 1857? Sad to see our identity is limited to only one event in the entire history of our country? Thank you ! Jai Hind, Shrea Dhar St.5A, BIIS Singapore http://www.www.biissingapore.org


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:41 IST.
Name: Himabindu (18 years)
School: Kakathiya Educational Accademy, Dilshuknagar, Hyderabad
Question: Honoured Sir, We see you always in the elite school inspiring students who comes from upper middle and rich class. Are you planning to meet and talk to rural, slum section of students. respectably I submit this for your consideration


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:36 IST.
Name: Nasrin Almel (23 years)
School: Abeda Inamdar Senior College For Girls, Pune
Question: Dear Sir, i have heared from someone when we sneeze our heartbeat stops. is it true? is it scientifically proven?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:30 IST.
Name: Deoashish (22 years)
School: SSVPS BSD COE, Dhule
Question: Has United States got to be the part of every summit between India Pakistan?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:30 IST.
Name: Ari Kumar. A (20 years)
School: Sri Ramakrishna Engg. College
Question: In a world where every nation's are trying to send man to other planets and unmanned spacecrafts to other galaxies, why does India still try to send an space craft to moon that too only in 2007-08? Even the developing nation like China has send a man to the space. As a scientist you could be knowing that, although we have more talented scientists than other nation's why does it take so long for India?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:28 IST.
Name: k. devi (20 years)
School: asan memorial college of arts and science. chennai.
Question: To The HONOURABLE PRESIDENT, SIR IM VERY HAPPY THAT IM ABLE TO TALK TO YOU. IM DOING MY THIRD YEAR B.sc microbiology. my doubt is sir, whenever i ask about job or reserch work or higher studies in microbiology people say it still not completly developed in india and telling me to go to abroad for making a better use of my course. many of the students who want to achieve they are going outside india. sir i dont want to go but want to achieve here. can you show me correct path were i can flourish in my course. thank you sir.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:24 IST.
Name: Deoashish Dane (21 years)
School: SSVPS BSD COE, Dhule
Question: Main problem India has been trying to resolve is INDO-PAk relation and corruption. Both are proving obstacles in Indias Growth. Which enemy should we try to kill first? Is it corruption or Cross Border Terrorism?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:23 IST.
Name: Abhijeet S Nair (11 years)
School: OLPS, chembur
Question: Is there a possiblity of creating a fund for the Childrens Education Fund under the Presidents custody and ask Big Companies and advertise in the media to donate whole heartedly for rural areas childrens and the under privilaged children so that they can also aspire to become like you ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:21 IST.
Name: sania (19 years)
School: khalsa college
Question: sir dont u v have some discussions,meetings at national n international level comprising youth only?that will b actually a gud start to help them implement their visualised ideas.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:18 IST.
Name: Sitara chhetri (11 years)
School: Glory english school-Raigaon Gopimohan, jaigaon ,Dist jalpaiguri
Question: Your Excellency, Our school students and principal is very much interested to meet you and talk during the ensuing Republic day at Delhi. Is there any possiblities.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:15 IST.
Name: abhai pratap (20 years)
School: Indian Institute of INformation Tech. ,Gwalior
Question: sir, r u in favour of reservation for minorites in colleges and universities. if yes, then why so. u have visited so many colleges so i would like to invite u to come to our college. thanking you , abhai pratap


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:10 IST.
Name: Sadhna (23 years)
School: HR
Question: My question pertains to the India-Pakistan relationship. Inspite of the constant state sponsered terrorism, we continue to cater to their demands and refuse to assert ourselves as we ought to. Perhaps we continue to hope that the US will support us; but as we all know, the US is (and righly so), a self-absorbed nation. Had the bomb blasts killed Rahul Gandhi or someone (important) like him, would we have continued to say that killing our countrymen should have no impact on the "peace process"? Would we have given them "aid" so that they could buy more weapons and terrorise our people?If someone were to come into your house and demand that your living room belongs to them, would you give it to them? Or like India is doing, refuse to kick them out due to some excuse or other. Is there no measure that can be taken to resolve this issue and signal to the world that we are not a nation that can be bullied easily? My last question: do you think that the US or any other country would give away a piece of their land for autonomous rule just because it is occupied with a certain majority group? Regards, Sadhna


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:7 IST.
Name: madhava (17 years)
School: st.anns high schol
Question: hello sir, can we come to over in delhi for viewing your speech in redfort


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 21:1 IST.
Name: Gowri.T.V (21 years)
School: Jeppiaar Engineering College
Question: Respected Sir, Regd: Our Academic system loosing out its value. I am T.V.GOWRI from Chennai and i have finished my B.Tech Information Technology from Jeppiaar Engineering College (Anna University) this year(May,2005) from a poor family. My father and Mother were doing tailoring job and made me to study B.Tech I got an aggregate of 86% with UNIVERSITY First RANK B.Tech 2000-2005 Batch. I am still searching for job In SSLC i have scored 89% and in HSLC i scored 84% . In UG i got UNIVERSITY RANK in 4th semester with 90%,also i have been selected as COLLEGE TOPPER in 6th,7th semesters with 3 Momemto's and 2 Shield's and a consistent performer through out my academics. People getting average percentage with open arrears are getting placed easily, where as, top scorers are being rejected stating the reason that over qualified !. I have written test around 45 companies (including MNCs), but still i haven't cleared any of this test in first stage itself. Having got all the qualifications i am still looking out for job to use my knowledge gained. The off-campus interviews being conducted becoming like a fish-market these days, 6000+ people taking up the written test out of which 50 people getting selected for interview. This situation really discourages rank holders and other top scorers which may set wrong perception for the coming up students that scoring 80+ % wouldn't help in getting placed. The cut-off for clearing the written test is set on the fly, Interview chances are given only to those who are getting more than the cut-off set and the Academic Performance doesn't even considered for evaluating a person. It has become like a entry pass for taking up written test being conducted by software IT companies, which is not good for our nation. Moving forward, the academic's will become worthless. This creates stress and other mental depression for those who have good academic scores. Dear Mr.President, i would like to suggest you to bring up a control mechanishm to look over the employment opportunities happening in I.T companies in Tamil Nadu. Over a period of time there are possibility that our academic system may loose its value and reputation. Thanks, Gowri.T.V


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:54 IST.
Name: anjali menon (17 years)
School: sankalp-the open school
Question: dear sir, how are you sir hope your are fine sir i want to tell you you a very important thing i want to see castless india thank you abdulji, i will pray for your gud health


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:53 IST.
Name: Mohit Sharma (17 years)
School: Gandhi Memorial International School
Question: Why did India open the borders in some parts that connect to Pakistan knowing that Terrorism has not been killed yet in Pakistan?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:43 IST.
Name: Srihari (22 years)
School: CIT , Coimbatore
Question: Dear Sir, I feel so proud to write to the premier citizen of india. Salutations sir!! for being a good scientist , a great president and the best gentleman! I'd like to know your view on the IT sector and BPO boom in india which is drawing the good brains into it leaving very little for the industries that form the backbone of the nation such as Agriculture , Space , Defence etc. Shouldnt the youth be educated and encouraged to pursue their own ambitions than taking the next best oppurtunity at hand? I have strong belief that your words shall encourage youngsters to explore their deeper instincts and parents to widen their young ones views to whole lot of career oppurtunities. With respect and regards Srihari.V Coimbatore I'm a masters student in software engineering trying hard to get into my childhood passions.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:42 IST.
Name: Sneha Mohan (11 years)
School: St. Johns English School and Junior College, Besant nagar, Chennai.
Question: Dear Sir, Can you help to stop Corporal punishment in schools?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:37 IST.
Name: Govind (24 years)
School: IBM Cupertino California
Question: Instead of prophesing empty secularism, why not we in India try to assimilate & adopt the spiritual essence of all religions ? Best way to do this is teach in our schools /Colleges spiritual wisdom drawn from our ancient Vedanta which in my view is truly secular, and also try to highlight the similarities with other religious scriptures , be it Bible or Koranic teachings.Even in U.S. Colleges we are able to study various religions.This will enable us all to discover the common thread running thru entire humanity irrespective of different religious denominations existing. How do we build this into our School curriculam and thus achieve true national integration to help us overcome religious divide and strife that we see today ? We all appreciate the inspiration you give to our youth to build a strong India


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:30 IST.
Name: Anuj Chaturvedi (16 years)
School: Father Agnel School
Question: In your book ´´Wings of Fire´´, you dedicated the book to a girl called Sneha, when she asnwered your question ´who is our enemy?´by saying poverty. However, dont you think that the real enemy is our thinking which has held us back for so many centuries and in so many fields? Instead of blaming poverty as our enemy, why dont we focus on on improving our thinking? Poverty is not the reason for social backwardness, corruption and slow devolpment. Thinking is. What do you think?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:25 IST.
Name: naina gautam (12 years)
School: St'Thomas College,dehradun
Question: sir i would liketo ask whom do you admire the most in this world?what are the secrets of your success ? were you a naughty child during your school days?i will hope you will answer my simple questions please answer them!!!


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:24 IST.
Name: vikas (18 years)
School: LBS
Question: Greetings


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:23 IST.
Name: Tripti Dhar (16 years)
School: DAV Public School, sector-14, Gurgaon
Question: hello sir, my question is, although we have IITs, CA institutes ,AIIMS & National law schools that churn out good professionals, why do you feel that they are or on the whole, our country is unable in churning out good people ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:18 IST.
Name: vishnu (18 years)
School: N.E.S.RATNAMCOLLEGE
Question: Respected sir, YOU HAD DONE MORE BETTER WORK FOR INDIA'S PROGESS .. I WANNA PLZ HELP TO ERADICATE POVERTY&POOR CHILDREN EDUCATION ALSO. PLZ DO SOME THING SIR PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ FROM ONE OF THE STUDENT OF INDIA VISHNU


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:18 IST.
Name: naina gautam (8 years)
School: st.thomas'college
Question: sir, i will like to ask you whom do you admire the most in this world? sir i would also like to ask you what is the secret of your success what made you so successful? sir were you a naughty child during your school days?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:15 IST.
Name: ABHUDAYA (11 years)
School: bhansali vidya mandir sausar distt.chhindwara, m.p.
Question: HOME WORK SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN TI THE STUDENTS.WILL THERE BE A POLICY CHANGE IN THE EDUCATION POLICY TO ACHIEVE THIS


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:15 IST.
Name: darshak joshi (20 years)
School: sardar vallabhbhai patel inatitute oftechnology
Question: what should india do to make his own fighter planes like sukhoi-30, F-16,stealth(b-12 bomber)?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:14 IST.
Name: V.Sriram (21 years)
School: ssnce
Question: Sir, By Globalisation and Liberalisation, i feel the British times coming back,with foreigners occupying India slowly, Is it not high time that we think of an alternative , to empower India more in a different way, say indegenous Technologies , so we can make the West look to us as Japan has done?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:13 IST.
Name: M Lakshmi (23 years)
School: St Joseph's College
Question: How most of our ministers/MPs/MLAs/Pulic Servants are swindling Govt's money meant for public. To me the solution is "Stop all direct currency transactions. Introduce barter system which will be passed on to beneficiary thro common men. Govt's payments to the service providers will be given to commonmen, commonmen of that locality will in turn make the payment from their own kitty. If the service is not up to the mark they will be paid lesser.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:0 IST.
Name: CHANDRASEKARAN.G (10 years)
School: D.A.V.GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL,GOPALAPUAM,CHENNAI-86.
Question: 1)WHERE DOES THE UNIVERSE END? 2)JUST LIKE EARTH HAS ATMOSPHERE,WHETHER STARS ALSO HAVE ATMOSPHERE?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 20:0 IST.
Name: S.Arun Venkat Krishna (10 years)
School: Alpha Group of Schools, Trichy, Tamil Nadu
Question: Sir: If God appears before you, what request will you make at HIM ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:55 IST.
Name: punit tiwari (23 years)
School: D.N. Degree college meerut up
Question: why u r leting millitent's killing our innocent people ? why u r not sending our soldiers to P.O.K. to kill all those millitant ? and why we do't teach pakistn a lesson r we a coward country?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:54 IST.
Name: punit tiwari (23 years)
School: D.N. Degree college meerut up
Question: why u r leting millitent's killing our innocent people ? why u r not sending our soldiers to P.O.K. to kill all those millitant ? and why we do't teach pakistn a lesson r we a coward country?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:47 IST.
Name: HRUSHIKESH PATRO (15 years)
School: Queen Mission High School
Question: Sir, How to change the curriculum in schools to meet the challenges of making INdia developed by 2020 ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:47 IST.
Name: Nirmal Agarwal (24 years)
School: Manipal University
Question: Sir few days ago when blast took place i wrote you and email from the official website of Government of India but i didnot reply any reply, As such sir i think you are not much bother about current situation of country? it is fine you love children but do something for country also so that people remember you as a CHANGER of indian system. Sir, i hope you will look to the matter and give a positive reply. thank you sir.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:45 IST.
Name: anuj kumar (20 years)
School: l.p.s
Question: sir i want to b elbert einsten.I HAVE THE BRAIN.how can i sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: Govindharaj V (25 years)
School: Coimbatore
Question: sir, my name is Govindharaj , I like students very much... While I enter into the rediff web page I found this golden chance to chat with you...eventhough I've crossed the school and College , On behalf of the students I want to ask a question... Sir, The child labour is unavoidable in villages , I saw many families in the village side are suffering for the food ...because of the irresponsible and illiterated parents, the income to the family is almost nill...So the children are going to the work...this is the main reason for the child labour in the village sides mostly...So in your eagle eye view what is the solution to this problem...? Thank & Regards Govindharaj


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:44 IST.
Name: jainul abedeen (24 years)
School: private
Question: sir when india rich and clear poority and when people employed in govt job


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:41 IST.
Name: Shailendra Bhadula (24 years)
School: DAV PG College, Dehradun
Question: I would like to know that what are the basic important things by which we would be able to get success.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:38 IST.
Name: Atreyee Sinha (16 years)
School: Salt Lake School (Eng. Med.)
Question: All pictures show the US flag fluttering proudly on the moon.Yet, the moon lacks an atmosphere. So, how does the flag flutter?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:37 IST.
Name: seema (22 years)
School: st anns
Question: i am a girl with no hopes . can u help me sir.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:37 IST.
Name: Vinay Bhandari (22 years)
School: Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology
Question: Why has no high priority team/committee been officially convened to end the law and order problem in Bihar and UP?A nation of our power and capability, financial, military and intellectual should be ashamed at the blatant lack of resolve in tackling an issue that has plagued us for years! When will people understand that prosperity and progress need to be shared. Farmers and villagers should be able to live with dignity, and enjoy the fruits of a vibrant economy.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:31 IST.
Name: Manju (20 years)
School: Govt. Degree college, Anantapur
Question: Is there any satilites watching pakistan borders?. If so how may militants are crossing the borders?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:30 IST.
Name: Sarvesh Jangid (24 years)
School: IILM-Greater Noida
Question: Hello sir, I am a MSc Biotech final year student of former IILM University dissolved by Hon'ble Supreme court. Please SAVE MINE AND OTHER SUCH STUDENTS FUTURE and help us get a valid degree so that we can contribute in building BRIGHTER FUTURE for our NATION. Thanks.. and HAPPY CHILDREN's DAY


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:27 IST.
Name: Sanket (24 years)
School: Staffordshire University
Question: With all Respect, Hon'le President of India. India is becoming a super power we all say that and we are made to beleive that but what is the vision to be superpower, still most of our people sleep foodless& homeless. There is no access to proper facilities to drainage in even our big cities and very honestly & I am sure you would also agree nothing is being done and I never hope it will be done. Why is this difference in our attitute compared to western world. Superpower comes with responsibility with basic needs such as clean water, sanitation and atleast food. As a President of India, sorry if you mind it but what steps have you taken to improve the simplest of all needs. With all Regards Sanket Sahi


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:23 IST.
Name: Yogi (13 years)
School: Sai English medium school, KPHB Colony, Hyderabad
Question: 1.Correption is polluting the society very badly and is more serious problem than aids. What are the actions are taking against correption?. 2. This is the time to change law against correption and many old criminal code.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:19 IST.
Name: Beno Selwin (18 years)
School: Karunya institute of technology and sciences
Question: Sir, Do you think that a project like unmanned lunar mission is necessary.India has many problems example linking rivers... to innumerable problems where money plays an an important role .As a student in engineering I think that India's lunar launch is an unwanted experiment with money .Do you think that a country like india needs an experiment like this?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:18 IST.
Name: Sujeet Pratap Singh (23 years)
School: IIT Kharagpur
Question: why the corruption is becoming a social status in our country.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:16 IST.
Name: ambresh ambalgi (21 years)
School: appa institute of engineering college.gulbarga(karnataka
Question: sir, Is there any possibility of opening a software/hardware industry in gulbarga(karnataka) .


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:15 IST.
Name: P Ravi Kumar (25 years)
School: Progressive Eng College
Question: India has lot of talented people with diverse technologies. Most of the people are moving for abroad. How do we minimize it and let them work for the welfare of the country.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:12 IST.
Name: Damodara Reddy (20 years)
School: JNTU University, Hyderabad
Question: 1.In Andhra pradesh many private engineering colleges was set up in recent years. There is no standards maintaining in those colleges. Is UGC monitoring these colleges?. if so why these colleges are not having minimum facilities and standards?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:10 IST.
Name: Santhosh kumar H (25 years)
School: Govt . High school Indian institute of Science Bangalore -12
Question: 1) My name is Santhosh kumar H I am studing in 10th std GHs iisc Bangalore -12 Karnataka My school building surrounding in IISC campus , but our school strength 320 students , but class rooms having only 3 very diffcult sitting in class room everyday,teachers teach in under the tree (ground ) becaus our school under karanaratak state education depo. but school building and school ground belongs to indian institute of scinece CAMPUS BANGALORE -12 IISC director not sanction building , not give any permission to karnataka Education dept. Our school computer win prige 2003-04 National computer litrecy award , our school HM recevied award from president of india. pleae kalam sir please order to IISC director ,immedetly sanction the very good at least 10 class , and copumpter lab , and others , iam kannada medium students , sorry any grammar mistake yours faith full students Santhosh kumar H 10th std govt. high school indian institute science campus Bangalore -12


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 19:8 IST.
Name: Aniket (23 years)
School: Wigan and Leigh collage,Mumbai
Question: whats the most challanging situation you have ever faced as the president of India?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:58 IST.
Name: md .Shah Anwarullah Sulaiman (24 years)
School: jamia hamdard university,new dehli
Question: sir,our country is progressing in science & technology.but our peoples life are not changing.uncle, i want to know when we indians will rise means poor people's life?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:56 IST.
Name: Debashree (21 years)
School: Cummins College of engineering,pune
Question: Thankyou for your kindness, Sir I am desperately need a job.I have done engineering in Instrumentation with 63% & 2005 passed out student.Our monetary status is not that good as I have lost my FATHER when I was only 14yrs..& I have sister who is 14, whose education needs to be continued, as it is my responsibility towards her,so I wil be highly obliged if u can help me in getting a job. I have tried for a job every where ,but still jobless..


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:49 IST.
Name: Alok Yadav (23 years)
School: HBTI , Kanpur
Question: Sir, I just want to ask , being in such sturdy bureaucratic environment how did you manage yourself in uplift condition ? and what is the secret of thrust inside you which drives you in ultimate worse condition, thanks a lot Assuming that i will get my answer, your pupil ALOK


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:48 IST.
Name: anuj puniya (20 years)
School: l.p.public school
Question: sir, there is too much fees in private medical/dental college and no. of seats in govt. college is very less. i got addmission in dental college but due to fees i opt out sir.and this is my 3rd year.what i do. i m in depression.plz answer


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:34 IST.
Name: pradeep (17 years)
School: military school belgaum
Question: Why Mr. Natwar Singh is still there in the cabinet.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:33 IST.
Name: A.SAHITHI (9 years)
School: NARAYANA CONCEPT SCHOOL, NELLORE, A.P.
Question: 1.we can go to another country. can we go to another world or not. 2.which is the biggest rocket in the world who inveted it?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:32 IST.
Name: A.SAHITHI (9 years)
School: NARAYANA CONCEPT SCHOOL, NELLORE, A.P.
Question: 1.we can go to another country. can we go to another world or not. 2.which is the biggest rocket in the world who inveted it?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:30 IST.
Name: shweta dhyani (23 years)
School: gju
Question: sir, i just want to ask one thing! y our society is still bounded by the caste system? y despite having the best education,our families are not ready to break this barrier? sir i am a young girl who wants to change the old hypocritic attitude of society and my own family but some times feels as if this can never be changed. we read about loving all and casteism as social stigma but y we move backward when its time to prove our principles of life true... i m going through the worst phase of my life just because of this....


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:30 IST.
Name: shweta dhyani (23 years)
School: gju
Question: sir, i just want to ask one thing! y our society is still bounded by the caste system? y despite having the best education,our families are not ready to break this barrier? sir i am a young girl who wants to change the old hypocritic attitude of society and my own family but some times feels as if this can never be changed. we read about loving all and casteism as social stigma but y we move backward when its time to prove our principles of life true... i m going through the worst phase of my life just because of this....


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:29 IST.
Name: Leo S. Mavely (20 years)
School: Rai University
Question: Sir, In a mission to empower the youth for a prosper india what do you think is the contribution of an indian youth ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: sundar (15 years)
School: National High School, Nagapatinam
Question: Sir, This may be a question for many indians, may be not understood. Why there is no plan for connecting all the rivers of India ? For how long at one end we starve and in another end we see flood ? Thanks for your time. You are my inspiration. Regards, Sundar


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:18 IST.
Name: prashant Punde (22 years)
School: S.P. College
Question: Respected Sir, I want to ask a question regarding the Quality of Higher Education in India. Not a single university in India ( except IIT )is in TOP 100 university in the world. Where exactly we are lagging ? Most of the students who want to learn more about the technology go to US to complete M.S. / M. Tech like courses. This is ofcourse a costlier thing which is not affordable by common student.So they could not learn more. Those student who complete their Higher education in US want to earn a lot simply bcoz they have invested a lot previously & therefore they don't want to return back to India.I think this is the main reason behind Brain-Drain. So I just want to say that if we increase the quality of higher-education then that will make India super-power. Thanks & Regards, - Prashant Punde.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:17 IST.
Name: jay (22 years)
School: cdac
Question: thanks to watch what is the way to develop u.p.? i want to know.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:7 IST.
Name: Abishek Chandramohan (22 years)
School: Larsen & Toubro Limited
Question: Are our children motivated to think by our Education system? Is it not high time that we give priority to thinking over learning for the latter is a result of the former ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:6 IST.
Name: arul jose (25 years)
School: adventnet university, chennai.
Question: Dear Dr Kalam, In education, I feel the biggest challenge faced is the way education is given. I feel the syllabus is really too much to concentrate on them to the details and experiment them, especially in Tamil Nadu Engineering Colleges. Students take subjects like 'Network Management', finally getting to know nothing about the subject, but some being very clever in getting good marks (all mug ups). Students become pots of information than real creative human beings who will be able to USE the information. Students are put into situations, where they are needed to memorize things, which can better be 'referred'. I feel the 'learnability' should be stressed more than the 'learned content'. I feel, if schools stress this properly, students will not be in a need for formal education, after 10th std. They can learn on their own. I have evidence. It should be like 'I know something which I am using' rather that 'i know a lot, i know a lot'. Give me your opinion. I feel the biggest and the basic challenge in the society is population. Unless some measures are seriously taken to control this, India will keep looking for remedies (as we are doing now) rather than competing more creatively with its peers. I feel more honoured to share my thoughts with you. I give many thanks to rediff for giving me this opportunity. ARUL JOSE


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:1 IST.
Name: murphy (25 years)
School: medical college
Question: hay how ru?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:1 IST.
Name: Nidhi Prakash (9 years)
School: Carmel School, Port Blair
Question: Dear Sir we the students of Port Blair are facing lot of problem because of last years tsunami. I hope things will be fine soon, wishing you a very happy children's day. Yours faithfully Nidhi Prakash Class IV - A Carmel School Port Blair


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:1 IST.
Name: Suman Gupta (25 years)
School: Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Question: Respected President Sir, According to WHO, TOBACCO is the Second major cause of death in the world. WHO has recently stated that, if the current pattern of consumption continues, it will cause some 10 million deaths each year by 2020. A huge percentage of the population in India, especially the children & the youth, has also fallen prey to consumption of different forms of Tobacco. Now-a-days, it is seen that even shops, boasting with displays regarding the ban of sale of Tobacco related products to consumers less than 18 years of age, are continuing to sell Guthka or other harmful Tobacco products to each and every customer irrespective of their age. Raising the amount of taxes levied on the manufacturers of Tobacco and its related products has also not really deterred them from manufacturing such products which have the capabilities of making an entire generation extinct in the coming few decades. With these scenarios in mind, why has the Government of India not yet taken any steps to ban the Sale of all the different forms of Tobacco available in the markets of India? Yours sincerely, Suman Gupta. Resident of New Delhi.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: Sourav Sen (23 years)
School: St. Thomas's college of Engineering and Technology
Question: Sir, Do you think that India as a country can sustain the population explosion that its currently experiencing? Does it possess the natural resources to sustain such growth? How should we as a grown up nation should try to take control of the situation? What kind of population control measures do you suggest that we take to put this under control?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 18:0 IST.
Name: HIMANI ASHOK BOTHE (10 years)
School: A.E.S.Ashokbhau firodiya english medium school
Question: what whill happen if all unemployed people are killed down?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:59 IST.
Name: Bramhanand Jha (22 years)
School: MIT, Manipal
Question: How will you address the budding scientist from GENERATION next as The President of India coming from Science background? Do u foresee anyother scientist becoming President of India in near future? Should Scientist aspire for the high esteemed post u r helding with great diginity?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:54 IST.
Name: Vandana.V (15 years)
School: National Public School
Question: Dear Pesident Sir, Though our country has been independent for over half a century, I find that the standard of living of our people and the per capita income happens to be very low. How is it that the people in vilages live in absolute poverty, while our richer sections seem to grow even more richer? Has the condition improved very much since independence? Someday in a few years even I shall jjoin the government. And Sir, am I to be exposed to the corruption?Today, there is widespread curruption, starting from the watchman at the gate of an office to the highest offcial. What is being done in this regard by the government, sir? Hoping to recieve your reply, Yours respectfully Vandana


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:54 IST.
Name: Bramhanand Jha (22 years)
School: MIT, Manipal
Question: I cheer the India GENERATIONnext for their aspiration and remarkable deeds in Software and rising capability in Hardware. But It is distressing to hardly find young GENERATION with sound basic know how aspiring for being Politician or aspiring for being Advocate. I really feel bad when someone says -in India , if u know nothing and hav nothing to do then Politics is the way for u. This is not the India , we (and offcourse u) dream for. We desire India being led by the people who hav mass base and hav the capabilty to lead us for ushering all round developement in all field we r in. What is ur remarks for this and how u will show the way for GENERATIONnext in this arena? ....Jai Hind


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:52 IST.
Name: Vrushali Patil (16 years)
School: KVIIT Powai
Question: I've heard from many people that the government would be better functioning if it could reach the people. It may be true, but in the present political scenario, I feel it is not possible. There are so many jumbles in the system itself that the neccessary motivation in the youth is lost even before its creation. If there are flaws in the system made years ago, why aren't any changes made about it? The times have changed and the method of governance needs measures to keep up with it. Some laws of the constitution are, however universal. But what about those made specifically for the time just post-independence? Shouldn't there any changes be made in that? As a President, the highest post in India, I believe that only he can enable this kind of thing. How can you, a the President bring about this change, the necessary motivation in India?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:51 IST.
Name: subramanian (25 years)
School: miss
Question: importance soical responsplities in india


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: shelar mahendra v (22 years)
School: AEEL
Question: what is a way of success tell me sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:50 IST.
Name: shelar mahendra v (22 years)
School: AEEL
Question: what is a way of success tell me sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: Sukanta kumar nahak (19 years)
School: Lk inistitude
Question: What is your favoritefood


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:49 IST.
Name: shelar mahendra v (22 years)
School: AEEL
Question: what is a way of success tell me sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: Sukanta kumar nahak (19 years)
School: Lk inistitude
Question: What is your favoritefood


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:48 IST.
Name: Prasanna D.Zore (15 years)
School: St Anne's High School
Question: Sir, do you think India as a nation has any future?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: V.Sivaprakash (18 years)
School: SSN college of Engineering,chennai,TamilNadu
Question: Sir Please make every know(understand) about the role of teachers(in school)/lecturers and how much they can make an impact on students in grooming them for the sake of renovating mother INDIA.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:47 IST.
Name: RAJESHKUMAR.KM (19 years)
School: NANDHA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Question: sir what's u'r idea about the common syllabus of first year enggineering.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: gyan (9 years)
School: wendy
Question: why are you making president


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:45 IST.
Name: Bhasker Siddharth (22 years)
School: Institute of Technology and Management
Question: With huge percentage of population living in rural areas, education at rural level needs to be our top priority. But dearth of good teachers is a serious setback. What can we do to bring in big number of qualified teachers and how can we utilize our strong technical workforce to contribute in this area along with their corporate commitments? Can the Govt. come up with some policies/ encouragement to involve professionals in this rural/semi-urban education sector?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:44 IST.
Name: Himanshualavadiya (25 years)
School: S. V. NIT Surat.
Question: What can we do to get best brains from rural India to national front?How can we provide them great education with vision and confidence?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:43 IST.
Name: barkha kasera (15 years)
School: School
Question: Respected Sir, I'ld like to ask that "HOW WILL THE POLITICAL CONDITION OF BIHAR IMPROVE?"IT'S VERY NECESSRY TO IMPROVE SO THAT LITERACY RATE OF BIHAR WILL RISE HIGH AND BIHAR MAY DEVELOP. Awaiting your favourable reply and thanking u in anticipation. yours sincerely, BARKHA KASERA


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:42 IST.
Name: Venkatesh (17 years)
School: College Of Engineering ,Anna University ,Chennai
Question: In various government colleges,offices etc,worthy candidates seem to loose out to others due to reservations.Will this not blur our Vision 2020 to make our country a developed one by then?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:41 IST.
Name: D kumar (22 years)
School: Yonsei University seoul,korea
Question: I have very strong desire to be a president of Nepal.please sir could u teach me to achive my Aim of my life???


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:40 IST.
Name: Amit Doshi (23 years)
School: IIT Mumbai
Question: Respected Sir What strides Indian Goverment is taking to rule out the corruption out of India?(Bcoz, that is the basic obstacle or main hindrance to overall growth of India).What should be the role of a 23 yrs old young chap,doing that.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:40 IST.
Name: saurabh243 (14 years)
School: school
Question: Do u think that all the parties r following their aims as written in their manifestos?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:40 IST.
Name: vikas (20 years)
School: khalsa college, jalandhar
Question: Q:After 58 years of indipendence where do you find India. how many more years do we need to become a fully developed nation?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: Mohamed Aybu khan (20 years)
School: THONDI - RAMNAD(DIST)
Question: i am md aybu khan. i am steadying B.com I st year.iam affected with polio attack.( one leg very thin). i can't walk also. i am very interest in mechnical. how i get govt. job ? this is my life futures ? All govt.officer not giveing response answer? this Id my ungle email-ID my Address -------- MD. ayubu Khan 18. Syed malungu Street Thondi (po) Ramnad (dist) pin - 623 409.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: Ashok Kumar (21 years)
School: College
Question: Respected Sir, I'm from a Middle class family and presently persuing correspondence Engineering from JNTU University(A.P) I'm very much interested in going abroad and earn good salaries and lead a good life making my parents happy, but at the same time I'm bit guilty for outsourcing my self to other countries being born in India. Please help me out in this regard.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: Stalin Selvam. M (24 years)
School: IGNOU
Question: What is the solution or remedy for our corrupted politics to be corrected? we need leaders or examples like Kalanidimaran, Is there anything that as a President you can correct our nation?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:39 IST.
Name: Dinesh Kumar Agarwalla (22 years)
School: Global Institute Of Technology
Question: Sir I would first like to thank you for your deeds in making INDIA a place where we all would love to live. But I am still afraid of our education structure. Cant we get rid of politics in it. Any new rules that are made here are all affected by politics. Even the reservation. What people around me think is that we can avoid reservation in education for any cast or tribe atleast in bigger cities. Its affecting in a reverse way. Also the syllabus is not constantly updated with what is required in a specific stream (Engineering Stream) and the one which was followed years back is still folowed. Degree is awarded years after he student has cleared his Graduation. What we think is that education is quite necessarily needed to be improved in morden area and this could be achieved by brining changes in this system. Note: Please refer Rajasthan in What ever i said. I really donot want any answers from you but want some strong steps towards it.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:38 IST.
Name: Anirudh Punj (15 years)
School: AMITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Question: Dear President Sir, What is it that unites all the thoughts of all the individuals in the country, and make our country one single formidable force? Can this happen to India? Because unless this happens, India cannot emerge strong.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:36 IST.
Name: MANAS GHOSH (23 years)
School: IISWBM
Question: When you were approached to be the president of India, what did inspire or encourage you to take the responsibility?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:36 IST.
Name: Madhujith (21 years)
School: National Institute of Engineering
Question: How can social responsibility be created and built up in an individual, which can subsequently be perpetuated throughout the community?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:36 IST.
Name: Nikhilesh (17 years)
School: School
Question: Rwspected sir, On my E-MAIL i recive a message that i won a 10,700000US$.I reply them.They ask me complete home address which i give them.But on the next day they ask me 70000 Rs then i call our embassy in Nigeria the tell me that this is a cheating.I am very thankful to our Embassy for this.Our Emdassy member tell me that many INDIANS were caught in this cheating.So I am requesting u that please take some action on this matter.I am sending u their frist message which i recived.{From: "Proff. Charles Soludo Central Bank of Nigeria" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert Subject: IMPORTANT MESSAGE Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 04:05:41 +0000 CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA TINUBU SQUARE,VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS-NIGERIA [OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR] CONTRACT #: MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009, Swift Code: BPH KPL PK, A/C#: 329606=101244=169=678 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR CBN CENTRAL BANK NIGERIA Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/04 Prof. Charles Soludo. Executive Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Telephone: +234-8024059399 Efax: +1-205-449-4758 Email: cbn_message_board0@walla.com Dear Sir, IMMEDIATE CONTRACT PAYMENT.CONTRACT #:MAV/NNPC/FGN/MIN/009 / NEXT OF KIN FUND. From the records of outstanding contractors/Next of Kin Fund and Lottery Funds due for payment with the Federal Government of Nigeria, your name and company was discovered as next on the list of the outstanding Payments who have not yet received their payments. I wish to inform you that your payment is being processed and will be released to you as soon as you respond to this letter. Also note that from my record in my file your utstanding part payment is US$10,700,000.00 (Ten million seven hundred thousand united states dollars). Kindly re-confirm to me the followings: 1) Your full name. 2) Phone, fax and mobile #. 3) Company name, position and address. 4) Profession, age and marital status. As soon as this information is received, your payment will be made to you in a Certified Bank Draft or wired to your nominated bank account directly from Central Bank of Nigeria. You can mail me on my direct mail address or as soon as you receive this letter for further discussion call me on my telephone number +234-8024059399 Regards, Prof. Charles Soludo. Executive Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria {CBN}.} In this cheating many INDIANS were looted and sending them money.So i am requesting u that please take some action on this. And please reply me as possible as. Thanku NIKHILESH


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: C.Aaryambaa (10 years)
School: The Little Kingdom
Question: In what ways, we children ,can help to eliminate terrorism against humankind? WE at THE LITTLE KINGDOM very much wish to see your Highness at our school. Good Bye Mama.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: Rahul Gupta (19 years)
School: Jabalpur college of computer
Question: How can I be the Prime minster of India and lead the country from the front ? So that I in the age of 19-20 can show how to uproot corruption and poverty?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:35 IST.
Name: Ajeet Kumar (21 years)
School: IIT Kharagpur
Question: His excellency, I am a final year student in Mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur. I do not wish to go out to US for higher studies. But when I compare standard of research at IIT with that of US universities, IIT lags far behind from many of the US universities. Might I ask you if the government is serious about elevating the standard of research activities at IIT ? Sincerely, Ajeet Kumar


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:34 IST.
Name: subhabrata chatterjee (18 years)
School: Netaji Vidyapith
Question: Sir, when will India will be free from terrorists attacks?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:33 IST.
Name: Zubair Habib (18 years)
School: Ahlcon Public School, Delhi
Question: Mr. President, Please let me know that why is it that over the period of time, the history text books have been changing.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:32 IST.
Name: MANAS GHOSH (23 years)
School: IISWBM
Question: Don't you think after becoming the president of India, you are getting less time for Nuclear Program which should be your first duty?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:32 IST.
Name: Ankush Rana (21 years)
School: Holmesglen Tafe, Melbourne, Australia
Question: India has improved greatly in past few years. But still i think the main barrier in india's success(in every field including competing with China)is it's population and mainly the poor people. So how can this problem be solved. Can india really become a "golden bird"?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:32 IST.
Name: Veronica Chavan (13 years)
School: St.Xaviers High School, Hingna Road, Nagpur
Question: Respected President Sir, (1)It is said that the next generation scientific advancement will be in Nano technology. Where does India stand today vis-a-vis research in this field.Is the government aware of this and what concrete steps are being taken so that India does not lag behind. With Best Wishes, Veronica R. Chavan 39, Cosmos Town, Trimurti Nagar, Jaitala Road, Nagpur-440022. Phone:(0712)2241026


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:31 IST.
Name: Nikhil Dadheech (22 years)
School: Laxmi devi instt. of engg. and technology. Rajasthan
Question: sir i am an IT engg. and my question is how i become a member of ISRO or there relevant department.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:30 IST.
Name: Reuben Dantes (14 years)
School: St. Mary's School, ICSE
Question: Dear Sir, I just want one Law to be changed. During Diwali people burst crackers late at night disturbing the whole locality, why can't Christians have Midnight Mass on Christmas. That too this is a solemn service held inside the Chirch premises. Why such partiallity for Hindus? Sir, please change this law. Waiting for your answer in anticipation. Yours sincerely, Reuben Dantes


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:30 IST.
Name: surakasi venkata prasad (25 years)
School: lund univeristy, sweden
Question: 'spiritualilty as a part of education'. iam very much impressed with this matter which you explained in IGNITED MINDS, and the same i observed in wings of fire.the time when you were discouraged of not getting job you got moral support from the saints. becoz of recent modarnization people are forgetting about versatilaty and greatness in indian traditions. being a scholler i too belive that spirtual values make a man perfect human being. the rest of the world( for eg: sweden) trying to impliment spiritual excersizes in their schools and colleges. you always bring trend in the students by releasing statements. you lways give hints to the politicians to impliment certain things. Sir when you will bring pressure in students and politicians regading this matter?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:30 IST.
Name: VijayaSekhar Gullapalli (25 years)
School: Blekinge Tesniska Hogskola, Sweden
Question: Dear Mr President, On this occasion, I thank you for the inspiration and drive you deliver to the youth of our wonderful nation by your messages and life. I strongly beleive that the youth today are sources of immense potential and creativity. But due to lack of support of small business houses, all these ideas are being used in other nations with no first hand benifits at home. As a researcher yourself, I beleive that you had this pain of using non national tools, to which we pay a huge amount of royalties. Is it not the time to create more national products and sell abroad. How long shall we have to buy something, when we can make them. Do you think a nation wide drive to stress on the importance of using national products help young people with many creative ideas?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:29 IST.
Name: adity sensowa (25 years)
School: seshadripuram law college
Question: sir, since m a law student my question is also related to it. our courts are clogged with huge number of people and we cannot hear what the judges say nor what the advocates speak. isnt it possible to westernize our courts with better facilities like fixing a mic next to the judge and also in the desk of the advocates? it wud be really helpful in many ways. yours sincerely adity


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:29 IST.
Name: swami reddy (23 years)
School: college
Question: TO THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA sir this is swami asking you a question about missles we have so much of strong nuclear power sir . but govt sectors like BDL & NFC but who are all in respective sectors i haveobserved so many persons simply they are coming & going they can n't think forward please encourage the young engineers of those respective plat forms.now a days all are showing interest on soft ware field....please implement new technologies and encourage young guns sir......


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:29 IST.
Name: adity sensowa (25 years)
School: seshadripuram law college
Question: sir, since m a law student my question is also related to it. our courts are clogged with huge number of people and we cannot hear what the judges say nor what the advocates speak. isnt it possible to westernize our courts with better facilities like fixing a mic next to the judge and also in the desk of the advocates? it wud be really helpful in many ways. yours sincerely adity


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:29 IST.
Name: pragya (16 years)
School: queen convent collage
Question: hi sir i ask that if the nuclear energy is abolised from earth than any of nuclear based project how can we perform tham to welfare for our country lz sir answer my question i am very found of your knowlege please


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:28 IST.
Name: Ashutosh Pandey (25 years)
School: Wellingar College
Question: Sir, I wanted to ask, if pakistan not ready to compromise why we are doing so. They are continiously sending troops to kill our persons.If we would have fought direct war, wouldnt have lost so many soldiers & citizens that we have lost during terrorist attacks.Also can we put some qualification barrier for those who are comming to politics since criminals are also comming to the same & peoples are helpless & they do not have option. I propose there should be professional degree for entering in to politics. Thanks.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:28 IST.
Name: PALLAVI PEDDI (17 years)
School: G.NARAYANNAMMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINREERING & TECHNOLOGY.
Question: Sir, Do you think the present system of education in schools is good?,since the students only mug-up to get good marks and nothing is actually learnt.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:28 IST.
Name: hriday kakati (25 years)
School: gauhati university
Question: Sir, Only One question How one man prosper in life if he has no family background in this Corporate world ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:27 IST.
Name: PALLAVI PEDDI (17 years)
School: G.NARAYANNAMMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINREERING & TECHNOLOGY.
Question: Sir, Do you think the present system of education in schools is good?,since the students only mug-up to get good marks and nothing is actually learnt.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:27 IST.
Name: S.Manavalan (20 years)
School: J.J.Collage of Engineering
Question: Respected Sir, I am studying 2nd Year B. E. Electronics & communication engineering. I feel that the partiality between the communities and giving quota allotment for the communities are not correct. This quota allotment to be given based on the actual assessment of thier financial status only. Why the reservation based on caste and not on their actual financial status? Most of the below poverty line people are not getting the right benefit due to their caste and more income people are getting quota allotment and scholership based on their caste. This has to be changed and the correct benefit given only to below poverty people. When this will come in to rule?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:26 IST.
Name: arun kumar mallik (24 years)
School: tezpur university,tezpur
Question: sir,Can it possible that india has it own network like other country?If yes then when?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:26 IST.
Name: Neeharika B (20 years)
School: St Pious Degree College,Nacharam, Hyderabad
Question: Dear Dr.Kalam, In the view of continuous natural calamities devastating the world , can we think that there should be a limit on the technological advances mankind is making?No doubt man is progressing in the science and technology repidly but does that mean we can conquer the nature?If mankind has to enjoy the fruits of technology ,first of all it should exist.People say science is a knife with sharp edges both sides.It seems these days the edge of danger is sharper than the other edge. Are people not showing much interest in the negative effects of technology? Being a strong advocate of science and technology and also a great human being,I hope you can understand my anguish.Please clarify my apprehensions. Thank you.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:25 IST.
Name: adithya (18 years)
School: muffakham jah college of enginnering and technology
Question: respected president,How should scientific temper be improved among rural children?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:23 IST.
Name: Raghu (25 years)
School: SVCE
Question: How to change the attitude of the people towards the goal of the country? How to develope self belief to achieve goal set by us?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:23 IST.
Name: rajul nema (9 years)
School: DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, BHILAI C.G.
Question: respected sir,technoly is growing, sir in your opinion after how much years we indian will be number one in the field of missile and when a common indian man will be able to visit moon, with regards, rajul nema


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:21 IST.
Name: Rahul R. Shetti (23 years)
School: Govt. College of Engineering Karad
Question: Dear Sir, How will we spread IT revolution in rural areas?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:21 IST.
Name: Neha (10 years)
School: Delhi Public School
Question: Respected President Sir, I am Neha, a student of Delhi Public School (Secunderabad) studying V class. President Sir, I am seriously concerned of the felling of trees in my neighbourhood, which falls under Bowenpally Army Area. We are feeling very bad about the felling of trees, which has lead to increase in temperature in our neighbourhood, which use to be cooler. I request you to stop this felling of trees and may initiate steps to enact the Tree Protection Act. for all the areas of civil and defense areas


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:20 IST.
Name: santosh kumar (25 years)
School: I.I.T delhi
Question: i am from BIHAR wher lack of opportunity of employment as well as lack of resources and corrupt politician as well so what can i do for the improvement of bihar


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:20 IST.
Name: Dunal J. Jetsey (9 years)
School: O.L.P.S. High School
Question: Sir, My cousin in the USA who is 10 years old is learning basic programming of robots.But here I am just by hearting science.What are your suggestions for ensuring that motivation and interest in learning Science is created rather than it being an excercise in by hearting?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:20 IST.
Name: anees (16 years)
School: St. Joseph School Baramulla Kashmir
Question: We don't have many engineering and medical colleges in our state of J&K, can you please please and please take any step in providing few more colleges in our state. There are so many students who have to travel to other states for studies. Or the other option is to increase the number of seats in present colleges.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:20 IST.
Name: adithya (18 years)
School: muffakham jah college of engineering and technology
Question: respected president,What role do you think moral education should play in today's education system.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: Rahul Menon (13 years)
School: S.I.E.S. School
Question: We too agree with your dreams for India. Why can't you rule India by sacking all politician-ministers? We don't mind sacrificing our democratic rights for the good of the nation.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: manasa (14 years)
School: Delhi public shool
Question: is it going to help India if we , youngsters choose and go to the pure branches (fields) of science rather than applied branches ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: shivendra pundhir (19 years)
School: K.A.(P.G.) college kasgnj(from Dr.BRAU Agra)
Question: Respected Sir, why r u not checking courrupt universities like Dr.BRAU Agra?This university does not declare the result on time.I am a student of B.Sc.(vocational)Biotechnology final year student,I am waiting the result for one year.The V.C.of the university does not give any satisfactory answere to students.Now I have to seen my future in the darkness.So Sir plz help ours.I am waiting for ur reply. Sir plz take action for these universities.many students future are in the darkness. with warm regards ur's sincerly shivendra singh Enrollment No.014990


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:18 IST.
Name: rakesh patidar (21 years)
School: IET D.A.V.V. Indore
Question: how can the corrupt system can be omitted from Indian sociaty?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:17 IST.
Name: Krishna Priyadarshi (22 years)
School: K.K.Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research
Question: Respected Sir, I have full faith in Indian judiciary but i'm really sad about its working, why it take so much of time for giving the decesion and due to this the culprits take this opportunity and do the crimes, in my opinion justice should be given as soon as possible, there are lot of terrorist who had been kept in jail and government is bound to bear their expenses and the other question is regarding politician, when we know that criminals are contesting election then why dont we make amendment to constitution so that we can choose from clean politician. i have lot of opportunity to go abroad but i wanna servr my counrty


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:17 IST.
Name: Mrinal S J (18 years)
School: M.G. MEDICAL COLLEGE
Question: Caste Reservations in education,especially proffesional courses cause a lot of problems and the deserving students are denied of admission. Will anything be done in future regarding reservations? My suggestion is to have only one class i.e. Economically Backward Class.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:17 IST.
Name: aditya agarwal (18 years)
School: lucknow university
Question: dear sir, what are you doing as fountain head of indian govt. to remove corruption from govt employees and senior politicians


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:16 IST.
Name: Sukrit Wadhwan (20 years)
School: College
Question: Sir your book 'ignited mind' is for enlitening every individual


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:15 IST.
Name: Sawant Sachin (25 years)
School: Mumbai University
Question: Is todays Education System or Society capable of of producing personalities like our very own Dr. Radhakrishnan, Swami vivekanand, Sardar Vallabhai Patel or Lokmanya Tilak?? What's lacking??


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:14 IST.
Name: Manickam (19 years)
School: HIndustan college of engineering
Question: MOst of the indians are not working honestly and are not true to themselves and are only money minded. the government employees are not servicing the public, but they have the power to build a strong india. so how we can make each and everyone a responsible person. because if each one are true to themselves, then automatically the whole india will be the dazzling country.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:8 IST.
Name: sekhar (15 years)
School: christ nagar, trivandrum
Question: if you come to know that a politician is corrupt and if you have evidence for the same, will you take legal proceedings against that person


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:7 IST.
Name: Nivita Jayapandian (20 years)
School: Ratnam College(Bhandup)
Question: India is suffering from a disease called PP.Its nothing but Population & Pollution.So to avoid PP is it necessary to play with human centiments like not to burst crakers etc or is it possible to discover something which deals with PP smoothly?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:7 IST.
Name: Harit Uchil (17 years)
School: S.I.E.S. college of arts science and commerce, Sion (W) Mumbai
Question: Dear Mr President, I know dat India has a potential to be a developed nation by 2020. But do you think it is possible with so many old people in the centre? You yourself say that youth is the powerhouse of the country. Then why Sir an old politician is given preference over a young newcomer?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:7 IST.
Name: suchita garge (20 years)
School: St .Xavier`s Tech Inst., mumbai
Question: Is at like that,that the develoment of any region,may be any city or town depends upon its physical and commercial aspects?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:6 IST.
Name: Jaswant (25 years)
School: HAU, Hisar
Question: Dear President, Kindly tell me why it is not possible to provide 100% job reservation to each and every citizen of India. (every caste,relegion and every Indian is entitlted to 100% job reservation.) Thankiny you sir, Jaswant, HAU, Hisar.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:6 IST.
Name: jinoy.r (23 years)
School: igib
Question: dear sir, CNG in delhi has better effect on environment. Don't you think sir, that all polluted cities should have CNG running automobiles. I think it's expensive, but its for good. With love and respect,


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:6 IST.
Name: Rishiraj (22 years)
School: St.Xavier's Technical Inst.
Question: Good Afternoon Sir, what will be your next step towards nuclear condition for USA


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:5 IST.
Name: javed shamim (23 years)
School: IMT nagpur
Question: siw would u like to visit my campus..??


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:5 IST.
Name: farzana banu (20 years)
School: meera girls collage(udaipur)
Question: respected sir please tell me how can i give my true contribution twoards the progress of my country


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 17:4 IST.
Name: raman gupta (25 years)
School: lyl pur khalsa college jalandhar punjab
Question: why are u not interviening with punjab govt. to recruit ett teachers on regular basis for which they are agitated since last two years& since last 10 days at chandigarh & r being lathi charge. who will teach poor students?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:58 IST.
Name: saleem (25 years)
School: jai bhavani vidy mandier
Question: hello president how r u plz tell me star activity


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:57 IST.
Name: Jay Bhatia (24 years)
School: Symbiosis
Question: Why some of the toll tax booth are illegally operated in Gujarat and for number of years they are recieving toll taxes, without any justified reasons...? Sir, can you please explain the leagal conditions for such highway toll booths...?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:56 IST.
Name: ritika mohanty (11 years)
School: school- kundan vidya mandir
Question: when people get relief bcoz of earthquake


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:56 IST.
Name: S. Prabhakar (22 years)
School: School of Management Studies, JNTU, Hyderabad
Question: Respected Sir, To begin with let me offer my respectful pranams to you. Its a privelege to have a discussion with your goodself through technology. My question related to hunger & poverty, draught & flodds - the current problems that India is sruggling with. There are more than 50% of the children is suffering with malnutrition, uneducation is at 50%, school dro-outs are more than 60%, no drinking water to 80%, basic healthcare is not reaching to almost 60% of the population - the problems are endless. Always talks about 'science & technology' should be used for the welfare of the society. Under these circumstances, as a head of the government what action plan your goodself is proposing to your government. is there any concrete plan with the Govt.? Also what is the role of students, industry, government, political parties? please comment. With warm Regards S. Prabhakar


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:54 IST.
Name: Arnab Banerjee (11 years)
School: MGM Senior Secondary School Bhilai CG
Question: Sir, Children education is a must. Can there be a place where we can give our old books so that it reaches to needy children


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:53 IST.
Name: Kapila UK (12 years)
School: Sankara Vidyalaya, Tambaram
Question: Sir, Why are new inventions and discoveries not coming from India unlike countries like US are?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:50 IST.
Name: vivekananda (24 years)
School: RGIT
Question: In Bangalore, no one take care about infrastructure,here all things involved by politics,can you give solution for this.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:49 IST.
Name: Satyesh (25 years)
School: ICSE DAVV INDORE
Question: Respected Mr. President, I too feel strong urge to contribute in making India as developed country but when I see/hear corruption I feel very sad about it and get demoralized. Please guide us as to how to tackle corruption. Many thanks Satyesh


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:48 IST.
Name: amit kumar (17 years)
School: r.k.college. madhubani,bihar
Question: sir, when will our mission on mars will be completed.and what u think about the calamaties such as flood,earth quake,cyclone can be predicted because india have been targeted with these calamities as well as terrorism. i will be obilized if you answer my question because i am from fllod and quake affected bihar.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:44 IST.
Name: A.V.Krishna pavan (25 years)
School: A.N.R.College
Question: WHAT SHOULD B DONE TO IMPROVE OUR COUNTRY?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:42 IST.
Name: A.V.Krishna pavan (25 years)
School: A.N.R.College
Question: WHAT SHOULD B DONE TO IMPROVE OUR COUNTRY?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:38 IST.
Name: gp nair (25 years)
School: hr college
Question: Hello Mr. president, What will be the position of our country by 2010 ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:35 IST.
Name: Mohammad Iqbal (25 years)
School: Rajasthan University
Question: Should Muslims Pay Income Tax when they are giving ZAKAT on their earnings and savings? Would you like to think about Muslims poor condition in INDIA ? How will Muslim grow ? How can they come out from their poor conditions?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:33 IST.
Name: Darakhshan Baqer (25 years)
School: University
Question: Respected President Please enlighten me as to why CSIR (UGC)-NET is exempted for those who have completed their Ph.D on or before Dec.2002 I want to be a lecturer in AMU, Aligarh but lecturership is given to those who have completed their Ph.Ds before Dec. 2002 and have never cleared their NET also. Why the limitation of 2002? Please give me a satisfactory reply. Yours faithfully Darakhshan


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:31 IST.
Name: MAYANK SHUKLA (11 years)
School: SHIV PUBLIC SCHOOL ,BHIWADI
Question: IS ON MOON LIFE IS POSSIBLE.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:30 IST.
Name: D.SONAMUTHU (21 years)
School: INTERMEDIATE, ICWA
Question: sir, why don't you make the VIPS [PM,CM, MPS and others ]to answer the public on live telecast on TV programme .Through which the public can get the answer to their difficulities directly.As many VIPS forget the promises made by them to the public. thanking you .


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:29 IST.
Name: DEVGANI (5 years)
School: Schooling not yet started
Question: Dear Sir, I am 15 months old baby, born in India on 15th August 2004 and living in UAE. Is Govt. of India gives any special privileges/benefits who are born on the day of freedom day i.e. 15th August.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:22 IST.
Name: Bhadrika J. Bhavsar (25 years)
School: Gujrat Vidhyut Board
Question: DEAR SIR, WHEN OUR COUNTRY MADE CLEAN,HEALTHY AND WEALTHY? PLEASE SIR TAKE A VERY STRICT DECISION FOR US.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:20 IST.
Name: Anwesha Bose (15 years)
School: DAV Public School, Dayanand Vihar, Delhi
Question: Sir, On one side CBSE is introducing grading system for board exam [to reduce stress]where on other side students have to sit and qualify in traditional entrance exams for admission in engineering institutes. Is it not a contradiction?Will not not be more difficult for the students to adapt to both systems? Regards, Anwesha Bose


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:17 IST.
Name: SREENIVAAS MOORTHY DAGGUPATI (25 years)
School: Vinayaka Mission
Question: Mr.PRESIDENT, This is with great interest I am posting this question to your excellency.You travelled around the country,ironical that you have so far visited the schools/colleges which are runned by corporates which are wealthful. Why cann't you choose students from Government Schools/Colleges who constitutes a large portion in our Indian population. They too should get a chance to expose themselves. Thanks & Regards, Sreenivaas


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:14 IST.
Name: Assim Kale (22 years)
School: IIT
Question: If we say that India is a peace loving country, why we always had war or struggle with all our neighbours? Also India with its old traditional knowledge trust (depends) on "western" knowledge for its progress (in schools)


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:13 IST.
Name: vijay (25 years)
School: jaya engineering college
Question: Dear Mr.President, its a pleasure for people of india to have a chat with president of india.i really feel very happy on this gratious day. To be as a developed nation, india is deep in bribery which should be eradicated. a suggestion strictly followed by china, that no politician has right to allow foreign trade on his name or can recommend govt to allow.this will defnitely reduce the bribery. this can be possible only with an ammendment in the constitution. india infrastructure is very poor in ROADS/SHIPPING PORTS /AIRPORT FACILITIES / POWER CUT and our govt should improve. there are so many things to improve and i personally feel these are the first priority for our country to be economically strong and be as future power. i hope i can live in a developed india rather wait for our next generation. u have been a great person & president who likes to interact with people and u are my most respected person after Rajiv Gandhi / N.T.R. thank you. vijay


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:11 IST.
Name: tejas (18 years)
School: east-west institute of technology
Question: dear sir, i was really impressed upon ur rejection for the mercy plea filed by dhananjay chatterjee for the rape and murder of a girl named hathel. he deserved no mercy b coz while doing such a dirty crime , he did not have mercy then why should the nation have any mercy towards him. i feel the punishment for a rape is just 7 yrs imprisonment and in todays world it is just not sufficient , b coz even after 7 yrs the female would not be awarded her lost prestige. all the rapists , once proved in the court should be give capital punishment . it really pains me to know that my sisters r being raped in day light in delhi. urs sicerely tejas


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:9 IST.
Name: aditi (18 years)
School: Modern Vidya Niketan , Faridabad
Question: Sir do you find it easy to move on India


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:8 IST.
Name: Smriti Verma (16 years)
School: seth M.R.Jaipuria School, Lucknow
Question: Sir, what do you think can help India restore its ancient status of the most sought after destination of famous travellers across the globe?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:6 IST.
Name: srinath (20 years)
School: DR MGR ENGG COLLEGE
Question: sir what was your idea beyond education


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:4 IST.
Name: tejas (18 years)
School: east-west institute of technology
Question: dear sir, since u r the supreme commander of armed forces, i would like to tell u that the delhi bomb blasts could have been avoided if the IB had been alert, i would like to offer the nation my serivices so that we can award the terrorists , ie the death . could u help u get inducted in RAW so that i can kill all of them , whether they r jehadis or the ULFA terrorists, a terrorist is a criminal , he deserves to be treated like one criminal.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:3 IST.
Name: Kirit N. Kalyani (25 years)
School: VMV College, Nagpur
Question: Respected Sir, You are the only Indian President known to me who is so popular among all in the country. Question : Please provide me the guru mantra / platform so that I also can be recognised as a good human being at least by some sections of the society. Sir, may God bless you with all sort of health, wealth and happiness. Encl. : Regards.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:1 IST.
Name: PN (23 years)
School: BATU
Question: Dear President, I would like to if you could make any change to the corruption level in our country INDIA. Looking forward to 2020, I think we should tackle this first before focussing on any other projects. Ofcourse that includes removal of all corrupt ministers? Will this ever happen? Salute you, --Indian.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 16:0 IST.
Name: Smitha Rahman (24 years)
School: Govt.Dental college,Calicut
Question: Dear President, Why is that after very many reforms and aids the medical services in the govt sector is poor and does not really fulfill the needs of the commonest of the people? Here in Kerala, the condition is that only the most poor person in the society goes to the govt hospital. Any one who has got some money to spend, would prefer a private hopital. Same is the condition of the students here in these coleges. We dont have any modern facilities or equipments in the college. Even though we are govt students we pass uot with little skills to this world of competition. Why is it that any grant or aid from the state or the central govt not reaching to the bottom level?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:58 IST.
Name: AKANKSHA MATHUR (17 years)
School: Dyal Singh College
Question: These days colleges offering engineering and medical degrees are demanding big amounts of money for admission to their college n courses,this way even the ones who dont deserve a seat get one easily while the deserving ones are left behind.Isnt there any way to curb this wrongdoing?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:54 IST.
Name: Gagandeep Singh (14 years)
School: Kendriya Vidyalaya I.I.T., mumbai
Question: Hello sir, My first question is that why are we as children included in some small decisions. I mean even we have lots of ideas about our country. Secondly, please try to remove all the currupt politicians from the whole nation. I think this can be done only if the police is strict enough. Well i want to thank rediff for this opportiunity.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:52 IST.
Name: RAMESH KUMAR (21 years)
School: KAMARAJPOLYTECHNIC
Question: JOB


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:51 IST.
Name: venkat (20 years)
School: gkce
Question: hello sir wat u think about the future of india.and tell me sir who is ur role model?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: vishalakshi.A (23 years)
School: Jayaram Engg College, Trichy
Question: Respected Sir, How are you able to spend time with children, despite of your tight schedule? Its really amazing. Your comments please.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:50 IST.
Name: A.Sangeetha (22 years)
School: Jayaram Engg College, Thuraiyur
Question: How to concentrate in Studies? Your comments please..


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:49 IST.
Name: chaitanya (21 years)
School: DRIEMS,Cuttack , Orissa
Question: Dear sir, We have always dreamed to make India a developed country by means of proper education for all but do you think just by providing a small complex for schools we can actually provide our children with a good quality education? We should better take care of the quality rather than the quantity of schools because we still see a large number of children either working or begging on streets and we still haven't really been able to make any difference in their lives. Please suggest a method by which we can either collectively or indivisually help them and build a strong base for education in India


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:48 IST.
Name: Deepak Malani (19 years)
School: NIT Calicut
Question: Considering the urgent need for energy conservation throughout the country & whole world, how can the youth of today contribute to restore the depleting natural resources ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:48 IST.
Name: ullas krishnan (15 years)
School: ideal indian school,qatar
Question: sir, i have been extremely overjoyed by the effort of our President in developing the children onto india's develoment.But sir why have you forgotten the expatriate children?nearly all of the NRI students receive good education and it is their job to use it for our dvpt.and it needs a special encouragement like from the President to fulfill this. So sir I urge you to meet the nri students as well on your international trips? we are all waiting for you sir...


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: Vinay Datta (5 years)
School: GK Shetty Hindu Vidyalaya
Question: My father tells me that the world is corrupted, particularly India. As a President of India, have you made any effort to start the eradication of the same and if this effort needs, will you stand for re-election to be the President of India again


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: MRUNAL KULKARNI (6 years)
School: SPRINGDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Question: which school did you go in your schooling days and what was the name of your friend


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:47 IST.
Name: MRUNAL KULKARNI (6 years)
School: SPRINGDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Question: which school did you go in your schooling days and what was the name of your friend


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:46 IST.
Name: madhur (21 years)
School: banaras hindu university
Question: sir, i here by take the oppurtunity to ask you that- India being hub of brains still negligible research output(main problem is due to lack of interest from government side there is lack of fund or resources and many times both. research scholars are not supported financially etc.in whole nation with full of young brains only one IISc or say 200 students at a time and money provided to it is too small) can we form great nation as US ect?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:46 IST.
Name: MRUNAL KULKARNI (6 years)
School: SPRINGDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Question: which school did you go in your schooling days and what was the name of your friend


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:45 IST.
Name: Sharanappa.S.D (23 years)
School: Tamilnadu Agril University, Coimbatore
Question: dear sir, 1st let me put big salute 2 u for ur unique leadership with ur own dreams. sir my questions 2 u r..... 1. when can i see the hunger free India?, 2.wether ur dream of hunger free India just remains as dreams itself...? 3. when will all our Indians realise that all we have 2 join our hands to take India into the pinnacles in the forthcoming horrors of competitive world. 4. why majority of our govt plans to tackle hurdles of our development not coming into action in time....? for example reg - Employment, Poverty, corruption, Terrorism(recently ok). sir i aslo want 2 c the INDIA, The mother of diversity 2 flourish as early as possible with its herished childrens.... hoping ur reply. Thank u sir. Iam sharanapp.s.d doing II-M.Sc(Agri)in plant breeding & genetics in TNAU. wishing all my next generation friends an inspiring childrens day...let this day change their mind 2 build India of Our Vision.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:43 IST.
Name: suseendran (13 years)
School: vestley school, aranthangi
Question: hello sir i want to chat you please tomorrow 4.00pm thank u sir


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:41 IST.
Name: kavita kumari (18 years)
School: apiit sd india
Question: what are the chances for the software engeneers in the science? please mail me.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:40 IST.
Name: S.Vidhya Priyadharsini (17 years)
School: marian engineering college trivandrum
Question: Respected President, first of all let me give you a short introduction about me.I am a first year B-tech student this is the first time i am doing somethinlg like this i really dont know whether you get this message anyways i am giving it a try.My question is that in the earlier times there were only few colleges and very few people passed out but now we have got colleges.If you take the example of engineering colleges its like in every nook and corner you see an engineering college whether its recognised or not no one cares.Few months back lots of students were sent back home without proper degree certificate since that paricular college was not recognised.Nowadays lots of students are being cheated may be because of parents ignorance.Another thing which i would like to bring to your notice is that every year say lakhs of engineering students pass out but we have got no job guaranty ,i know we should pass out with a good percentage but i know people who have got a good percentage but still has got no job in hand.Maybe its due to some negative points in them that the Multinational companies see but still every student has a hope that after completing his or her course should get a job.Is there any solution to it.I know this matter has come to your notice this is not a new problem but still since rediff.com has given us a chance to ask our questions to the President i thought to give it a shot.I dont know who's going to read the mail but it would be a pleasure if you would take time to answer to my question.Actually its not a Question its my personal opinion. sorry if i took much of your time since i mail has become slightyly long. thanking you yours faithfully vidhya


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:39 IST.
Name: Meenakshi Dhar (25 years)
School: Symbiosis,pune
Question: Respected sir, i am very glad that i am writing to a such a great personality. actually i have a simple question that is "As i have completed my 25 years of age, what can i do so that i make my self proud that i have not waisted my life?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:37 IST.
Name: Krishnan (21 years)
School: MGR college
Question: Dear Sir, Don't you think that indian philosophy, values and medical (ayurvedic) thoughts should be incorporated in the present system of school education?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:37 IST.
Name: satish kumar (25 years)
School: service engineer
Question: respected sir, in coimbatore,tmilnadu. coimbatore medical hospital. nurses is asking Rs.500 to give a new born baby to her mother. what action you are going to take.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:36 IST.
Name: Brijesh.A.S (25 years)
School: Pochon CHA University, Seoul, South korea
Question: Respected Sir, I am Brijesh, doing my P.hD in Pochon CHA University, working on Human Embryonic Stem Cells. I don't have your E.mail ID please can you send to my mail. I willb e awaiting for your kind mail. Thank you sir, Yours sincerly, Brijesh


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:36 IST.
Name: Vijay Sahani (20 years)
School: N M College Of Commerce
Question: Dear Sir, Apart from the obvious challenges which confront our country (population, illiteracy, infrastructure, poverty, etc.) I think one major problem which we face is the inability / unwillingness of the Government to enforce the rule of law without discrimination. Denial of prompt justice irrespective of religion, caste or class is one of the biggest challenge facing us, in my opinion. Your comments please.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:36 IST.
Name: Brijesh.A.S (25 years)
School: Pochon CHA University, Seoul, South korea
Question: Respected Sir, I am Brijesh, doing my P.hD in Pochon CHA University, working on Human Embryonic Stem Cells. I don't have your E.mail ID please can you send to my mail. I willb e awaiting for your kind mail. Thank you sir, Yours sincerly, Brijesh


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:36 IST.
Name: Pravin Wakte (23 years)
School: Dept. of chemical Technology,Dr.B.A.M.University,Aurangabad,MH,INDIA
Question: As a student what should be my aim to make india of your dreams by 2020.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:36 IST.
Name: s.anandaraj (22 years)
School: national engineering college,kovilpatti,tuticorin.
Question: dear sir, this is my wish and not a question for u. nowdays our country turns into big margin but our laws are still not efficent to us in many of the time.it is possible to improve it?.by this change in law we make more changein politicians,government. and provide the basic law book for every citizen to know its importance? these all things are possible? answer me sir.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:34 IST.
Name: Theresa Mohan (20 years)
School: Govt. college, Kerala
Question: Dear President, I think if Govt. offices work 24 hrs in 3 shifts will increase the productivity of the government and also increase job oportunities. What is your opinion?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:34 IST.
Name: Priya J Aradhya (9 years)
School: Police Modern Public School, Sector 14, Vaishali, Ghaziabad-201010(UP)
Question: Dear Hon'ble Sir, 1. I want to meet you in your Bhavan,do you permit me or not? if yes kindly give me the date. 2. What is your next plan?( After retirement from this Hon'ble post) 3.May I know why you are not marry? 4.Once I visit Mughal Garden & understand that, you only use the beautiful Garden, please confirm shall I come at least weekly once( because my home is far away from Garden) 5. Basically I am from Mysore(near by your birth place). My mom prepare Idly, Vada & Sambar. Wiil you come to our poor Home? 6.Do you know Sanskrit? 7. Why you are not changing your hair style?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:34 IST.
Name: Aditya Soni (8 years)
School: Navjeevan public school, Bhilwara (RAJ)
Question: if really childrens are future of india then why media and TV is destroying their lives. There is no low or person who can stop all this because this is directly affecting children’s life.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:32 IST.
Name: ajeet (15 years)
School: G.L.T.Saraswati Bal Mandir,NehruNagar,New Delhi 110065.
Question: In India bomb blasts like as pharganj in delhi and also at many places will stop or not?Please sir tell me about it because i am so worried about it. with thanks for this chance to ask you a question. yours loving son, Ajeet-Kumar, New Delhi.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:31 IST.
Name: sumant (25 years)
School: oxford public school
Question: why don't u get ur hair cut short?? a lot of youngsters r adopting this stupid hair style so i feel u should change it so that others don't follow that. n it will surely help the barbers thereby increasing their economyn employment


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:31 IST.
Name: Anushree Ghisad (17 years)
School: Laxminarayan Institute Of Technology
Question: Respected Sir, I`m a 1st year chemical technology student who desperately wants to take her country on the top of the world.For that, I have my plan ready that how I would be doing it after my MBA,but as far as now,what can I do to serve my country while sriking a balance between my studies?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:30 IST.
Name: Tvisha Parikh (13 years)
School: Jasudben School, Khar, Mumbai 400052
Question: What is expected of students of my age by the country?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:29 IST.
Name: Prakash Narayan Pandey (21 years)
School: University of Lucknow
Question: Respected sir, today ,as we all know , corruption is rampant in our political system, and divisions of religion and caste are exploited by the very people who are in charge, as all laws seem to be useless and morality is at an all time low, how can we then hope to keep progressing when basis of all political decisions is the aspiration to win votes from specific sections, and there is no place for reasoning, no explanations are sought even as more criminals ener politics. should there not be a minimum of a graduate's degree with a certain entrance exam for politicians before they can compete the elections, or is it that only a sweeper needs to qualify his grade 5 exams and not the chif miniser of the same state.sir we need chanes,and drastic changes, but who will make them happen ??


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:29 IST.
Name: nivedita majumdar (18 years)
School: lady shriram college for women
Question: an 18 yr old girl i think i am ready 2 take on the world and do something for the underprivilged children of the country to utilise my education and knowledge in the proper way but when i see small children begging in the streets and asking for money after having sung a song with empty stomache ,i dont know what to day ,should i give them anything, is there a more concrete way to do what i want to do?help..i have the golden opportunity of being born in india with a president of ur strature and i wont let go oft the opportunity.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:29 IST.
Name: preetiroy (19 years)
School: Maharajas college Ernakulam Kerala
Question: Can you suggest your greatest contribution to India?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:27 IST.
Name: preeti (14 years)
School: school
Question: sir, in todays world when what is more important is ones communication skills .all are moving towards communicative classes rather than sticking to the old fashion of a lecture by a teacher and listening by students .so why is india still bound to the teacher student lecture classes and why not interaction in each subject so that we do not mug it up but understand it.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:27 IST.
Name: gurpreet atwal (15 years)
School: guru harkrishan public school
Question: sir, i am student of class 11 comerce with computer section i want to know what should i do after my 12 board i was thinking of mba from iim institute is it ok


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:27 IST.
Name: Shalini Gaur (25 years)
School: Panjab University
Question: Reverred Sir, 1. I wish to conduct research in Food Science. But there are not many R&D institutes for food Tech in Delhi. CFTRI is the only one where we can go. One institute cannot be enough to develop the area of food technology. 2. What are we doing to have a comprehensive degree in science as the title of degrees i.e., B.E., B.tech., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.tech. in the same subjects are compared. The basic qualification is set for on degree, others are treated as below the category, as in the case of B.E. and M.S.same subject is termed differently in different places and this causes confusion during jdegree requirement for jobs especially in the teaching faculty


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:26 IST.
Name: Kunal.M.Momaya (21 years)
School: Sri Krishna College of Engg & Tech
Question: Since becoming the President of India, What steps have you taken to realise your dream of developed India by 2020


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:25 IST.
Name: Sourabh Shende (22 years)
School: Allana institute of management Sciences
Question: Dear Sir , As an individual and citizen of this country what can i do or contribute to change this current system of red tapesim and corruption


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:25 IST.
Name: rakesh (20 years)
School: wigan & Leigh college
Question: Dear Sir "why have you not married?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:24 IST.
Name: Ashish Mude (25 years)
School: Shivaji Science College
Question: Hello Sir, I am not a student right now. But as i got a link to talk to you at rediff so i am trying to contact you. I have to just ask u a question on recent politics going on in the country. The question is : Sir you surely know about the frauds done by the responsible politicians in our country respite sitting on a responsible chairs. They have been proved accussed by law in courts. But they are easily out the hands of law and are now ruling us. Does'nt it gives the citizens in India a wrong message ? Does'nt this examples promote other people to easily commit crime ? Is law only for poor ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:24 IST.
Name: anand patil (22 years)
School: Finolex Academy of Management and Technology
Question: Sir How was Your childhood like?Were u brilliant from the beginning or an average student?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:24 IST.
Name: rakesh (20 years)
School: wigan & Leigh college
Question: Dear Sir "why have you not married?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:23 IST.
Name: Dileep Rathore (23 years)
School: keen college bikaner
Question: Dear Respective sir, My question is that why our minister always currupted.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:22 IST.
Name: mohd asad (22 years)
School: international school of business and media, bangalore
Question: question: why we always focus on buying the aircrafts and defence equipment from other country's by spending billion of dollars instead of setting our own research center or institutes which would produce aircrafts and defence equipment in future? don't yuo think, this is government's shortsightness?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:22 IST.
Name: Deepak Sharma (25 years)
School: Madhav Rao Institute of Technology and Science
Question: Respected sir, What is the basic principle of PRITHVI-3. & which type of fuel is used in it?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:21 IST.
Name: rohit upadhyay (19 years)
School: finolex academy,ratnagiri
Question: do u really find ur vision of 2020 authentic in the present scenario when we r lacking strong political&beaurcratic willpower to reform the society???


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:20 IST.
Name: Abhiraj Anand (25 years)
School: Great Lakes, Chennai
Question: Sir, It's great to see the Vision 2020 document. We have 5 years plan also running. Sir, don't you think that planning commision's 5 years plan should be well integratd with Vision2020 plan?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:17 IST.
Name: R.Avinash (10 years)
School: AVM Matriculation Higher Secondary School,Chennai-92
Question: What is your advice for young Children.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:17 IST.
Name: chandan (22 years)
School: iit kharagpur
Question: shouldn't merit be the only criteria for admission to institutes?instead of reservation shouldn't they be given assistance during their preparation time itself?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:17 IST.
Name: Harendra Chahar (24 years)
School: All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Question: Dear Sir, I am a research scholar working in virology. My question is "Most Indian research scholars wants to go abroad and get setteld there because of the work atmosphere and money provided. I want to ask that how can we stop this ? should we increase the amount of money provided to them and try to improve the work atmosphere or there is any other way? They are get trained in India and most of them serve USA, it hurts.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:15 IST.
Name: chiranjeevi (23 years)
School: Meenakshi college
Question: How can we advance in the feild of Defence technologies? When can we expect an indian version of B2 Stealth bomber?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:14 IST.
Name: AISHWARYA GOPALAKRISHNAN (12 years)
School: St Joseph School,Pune
Question: I request you tell me what could be solution other than education,dicipline and love for GOD will make this world in peace


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:13 IST.
Name: SANJEEV (18 years)
School: DPS
Question: Do you think At the time of ellections ballot paper must have option for non of the above and if it wins all the candidates must not allow to contest the election for life time??


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:13 IST.
Name: Shriya Parimoo (9 years)
School: Ryan International school
Question: Respected President, Sir, What should we do in present scenario to make India Great


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:13 IST.
Name: neeraj pankaj (25 years)
School: maac
Question: why indian govt. not showing intrest in animation industry which has been taking boom in western countries. hope you will revert me as soon as possible


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:11 IST.
Name: Shiva (18 years)
School: College
Question: Why do you make an effort to stop Coroption in India. as for as i understand almost 60% of all goverment jobs are been sold, including myself, i got (bought) my job after for 2 Lakhs.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:10 IST.
Name: ravi kumar (25 years)
School: collage
Question: rajasthan roadways not refund last 5 months please help Dear Sir, I am one of the pasanger of regular travlling through Rajasthan Roadways. On 10/05/2005 I made one Reservation from Kota Depot for Kota to Jodhpur for two seats. The ticket No. is 05151034 dated 10/5/2005 Seat No. 11 & 12. I just want to inform you that the same Bus was not come in Bundi Depot & gone through Bypass. Then please ask me why the same depot require at Bundi. I think the bus was overloaded from Kota & may be some of them are without ticket so the driver ignoring the Bundi depot & run the bus from Bypass. It seems that if the bus was full than driver did’t enter in any depot till destination . Please check & inquire about this matter. I have lots of losses due to this type of mistake. Thanking you & looking for your prompt action. Ravi Kumar


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:9 IST.
Name: purba das (25 years)
School: M.S.UNIVERSITY,BARODA
Question: Respected sir, We are proud of you for what you did as a scientist for this country.hope as president of India also you will do different from others. my question is in your opinion how a person of minority community can become bold like other community despite of all sorts of untouchable,hatread remarks passed against them?how to over come infurity complex while the society hates minority people?All can not become knowledgable like K.R.Narayan.for simple man what is your advise? my next question is how you are going to contribute in reduction in corruption in ministry? My sincere best wishes for your good health and long live. purba das.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:8 IST.
Name: Manglesh Jain (25 years)
School: Engineering college
Question: Why there is no strict law for ministers who are having countless charges against them. Please do something for this also. This is a sincere request from an indian.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:4 IST.
Name: ANUSHREE K S (16 years)
School: Ahobilamath Oriental Hr sec school, Chennai 33
Question: Dear sir, I think terrorism has headed poverty in our country. As a student, I am much worried about our future. Kindly offer ur comments and suggestions on how to cope up with terrorism. I am longing to meet u in person to have a glimpse of u. thankin u, sir, Anushree K S


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:3 IST.
Name: Pravin (18 years)
School: Polytechnic
Question: what you will do against corrupt politicians?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 15:1 IST.
Name: Suneel Sharma (25 years)
School: Jaipur Engineering College & Research Center
Question: In order to compete with emerging global economic scenario one country has to demonstrate excellent reforms. How India can solve variety of problems related to poverty, drinking water, infrastructure, corruption etc. ?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:58 IST.
Name: Manoj Padave (22 years)
School: Abhinav College
Question: Sir, What is your favorite Book?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:49 IST.
Name: Lakshmi Nair (11 years)
School: Raman Munjal Vidya Mandir, Sidhrawali, Gurgaon, Haryana
Question: Your Excellency. This is not a question, only an ambition. I and my sister, Devi Nair, Class V student are very happy that if you permit us to take a photograph alongwith your excellency. Lakshmi Nair, Class VI, RMVM, Sidhrawali, Gurgaon. 01274-242850 (Res).


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:43 IST.
Name: Rajdeep Chakraborty (22 years)
School: U.P.E.S.
Question: Sir,i am a student of MBA(AVIATION)OFU.P.E.S.we are very proud to have your's association in our first convocation. But we are unlucky not to meet you there due mto security reasons. sir we are very keen to meet a personality like you .sir what is yours views regarding our course?And how and when could we meet you?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:43 IST.
Name: durgesh (11 years)
School: kelvani Trust vidhyalaya-Vadodara
Question: Honourable Sir, will India able to make superior arms and weapeons which will not can compitable any country in world? we like to see our country superior.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:33 IST.
Name: Prasad (21 years)
School: Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi
Question: Respected Sir, According to the Development in Science & Technology, we are very much in an advanced stage now, but still why we are unable to predict the EARTH QUAKES, SUNAMI'S, and other natural calamities?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:30 IST.
Name: Ankur (25 years)
School: Cognizant Tech Solutions
Question: Sir, Do u feel that India as an IT Giant has successfully explored the youth talent in enriching itself first rather than serving others?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:29 IST.
Name: madhu kumar.v (24 years)
School: Central Polytechnic College,Chennai
Question: what thy mean VISION FOR INDIA 2020 in a country like ours having approximately 10 % very rich people and the rest very poor,also the former always suppressing the latter to keep his level(also at the cost of ecological unbalance).the rich being exploiting the resoucres at a greater phase than ever before (not that much is done by poors).In this condition what are the things/changes i have to make and follow fro my-self and the society/environment around me to make this nation/planet full of love and peace.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:27 IST.
Name: Saman,Sara and Ali (14 years)
School: All Saints and Sherwood college,Nainital
Question: Why don't people live peacefully?Can't you do something about it?Pass laws impose rules to make this World worth living.People fighting over mandir masjid,when God created mankind he knew best.He would not have created muslims hindus togather.Please comment.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:26 IST.
Name: Soham (21 years)
School: BSITWAITU
Question: Hello Prez, Why did you sign the orders for a dissolution of the Bihar assembly in such a hurry? Of what use is such a prez who could not even protest. and of what use is a prez like you who cant even sack Buta, the corrupt incompetent Jhoota Singh who is slave of congress because the court said the dissolution was illegal? And u call urself the first citizen? when u cant even do anything. If you cant do anything but just talk and talk which is cheap and which anyone can do, why dont u step down???


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:26 IST.
Name: SYDHAMIYA.S (20 years)
School: SENGUNTHAR ENGG. COLLEGE
Question: TOTAL PUBLISH BOOKS SCIENTIFIC & GENERAL?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:25 IST.
Name: Pankaj Kumar (18 years)
School: Gossner's College, Ranchi
Question: First I would like to thank Hon'ble president of India Dr. A. P.J. Abdul Kalam for spending valuable time for we students. I would like to ask Hon'ble president that can't there be some changes in the Indian Education Policy so that the students are tought value and respect which make a student succesful in his career and he also gets some moral and ethical values, not just confined only for a syllabus.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:22 IST.
Name: Prasad (21 years)
School: Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi
Question: Why INDIA still a backward Country, eventhough it is having rich resources & more than 50 years of Independence?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:21 IST.
Name: RIHA KHADER-BAHRAIN (6 years)
School: INDIAN SCHOOL-BAHRAIN
Question: HAI SIR, NICE TO WISH YOU FOR CHILDRENS DAY SPECIAL EVENT. We are liking you as you are one of the great president who likes children. as my question is i am studying here in bahrain, once we finish expat life and return back to india, is it possible to get fair job in our home land may be after year 2015? or still we have to hunt job outside india to put us in better standard of living? Thanking you RIHA KHADER BAHRAIN-MIDDLE EAST


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:20 IST.
Name: Riya Sinha (8 years)
School: Ursuline Convent School,Khalari, Ranchi,Jharkhand
Question: Respected uncle, I am a 8 years old girl residing in a remote place of Jharkhand named 'Dakra'. This region is MCC infected and frequent incidents of violence takes place in this region.I think that "Corruption" and 'faith to distorted philosophy' is the region behind this act of terror. what govt is doing to eradicate corruption from society. -Riya Sinha Std IV Ursuline Convent School, Khalari, Jharkhand


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:20 IST.
Name: Sushama (25 years)
School: Jagat Pur Post Graduate College, Varanasi ,U.P
Question: Why Electronic Media is propegating necessacity of SEX. While SEX is required only for a birth of next generation to be continued not for entertenment.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:20 IST.
Name: D. BALAN (25 years)
School: SERVICE
Question: DEAR LOVING PRESIDENT, WHEN IS YOUR PLAN TO VISIT DHARAVI, BOMBAY ? ALL THE RESIDENTS OF DHARAVI EAGERLY AWAITING YOUR VISIT WHICH WILL TRULY TRANSFORM AFTER THE SAND IS TOUCHED BY YOUR GOLDEN FEET.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:19 IST.
Name: augustin (6 years)
School: i am vakkupu
Question: eppum neenga rest edupinka.. intha idathukku vara oruvar vantha nalla corruption pannuvanga illa... ethukku wastaa time a waste pannurinka.. all the best..


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:18 IST.
Name: manish (11 years)
School: army public school
Question: what govt is doing for bonded labour.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:18 IST.
Name: Kabir Taneja (20 years)
School: La Trobe University/ Australia
Question: Hello Mr. President, All the children look up to you as a role model, as a person who actually has a vision for India, on what it would could be in the future. Why do not other politicians recite there visions for "our" country? Would it not make it a faster process for India to grow if all politicians, the leaders our nation share there visions?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:18 IST.
Name: Abhilash Nair (25 years)
School: AMITY
Question: Sir, Is is not nessary to make it compulsory that the students must be informed by the instititions where they are studying for educational loans available for their better future and country also?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:13 IST.
Name: P.V.S.Srinath (11 years)
School: Ryan International School , Sanpada, Navi Mumbai
Question: Solve the problem:" How many years are needed for making One Indian Rupee equal to One American Dollar". Mr.President would you please give your guidance for solving the above problem. P.V.S.Srinath 6 th class B sec Ryan International School, Sanpada Navi Mumbai Maharastra


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:11 IST.
Name: mukund mande (23 years)
School: vpm Polytechnic Thane - Maharashtra
Question: sir, please send your e mail id Invitation for the national seminar of Geo-Informatic in our college campus.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:10 IST.
Name: Prathyush Velury (22 years)
School: College of Engineering, Osmania University
Question: How does a rocket launcher monitor and control the system with less chances of failing? What is the technology used.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:6 IST.
Name: Balamurugan (25 years)
School: INT, France
Question: Q1. What is your vision or opinion on Brain Drain in India? How could this have an impact in India's growth? Q2.As you know there is a minimum education level for all the jobs? But for the politics(Administartion in the govenment), which stands as a backbone does not have any such rules. What is your opinion on this and how could this improvised?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:6 IST.
Name: Sushama (25 years)
School: Jagat Pur Post Graduate College, Varanasi ,U.P
Question: Why SANSKRIT is not compulsary in education up to SSC level while we live with SANSKRIT since birth to death every moment.Even SANSKRIT flows in our blood too.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:4 IST.
Name: K.Suman (20 years)
School: Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhabaneswar
Question: Respected Sir, 1. How long will it take for India to become a super power and how the young generation can be inspired to achieve this goal? 2. Will it be possible to achieve your vision for India with the current corruption prevalent in all walks of life. What is your advise to the young generation?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:2 IST.
Name: Syed Ausaf Ali (25 years)
School: Jamia Millia Islamia
Question: As a muslim president of a Hindu dominated country how do you see the trend of increasing religiosity, cultural nationalism, hindutva & saffronization ideology in India?


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:1 IST.
Name: Niti Goswami (21 years)
School: Arya College,Ludhiana
Question: Respected Sir, I am a student.My role models r KalpanaChawla, Sushmita sen & U.Can u tell me that y the Indian Government has not awarded the title of Bharat Rattan to Kalpana Chawla even after his death on the other hand USA government has done many things in his memory.How we can be justified that we do not give proper respect to them who really works for the proud of the nation.Besides we worship our cheater Leaders.


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 14:0 IST.
Name: ADITI AURORA (15 years)
School: MATERDEI SCHOOL, TILAK LANE NEW DELHI
Question: HON,BLE MY EXCELLENCY MR PRESIDENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, TERRORISM & INDEED POVERTY ARE THE MOST CRITICAL FACTORS & BOTTLENECKS FOR MAKING INDIA A DEVELOPED & PROSPEROUS NATION. TO TACKLE THIS PROBLEM TO SOME EXTENT, I REQUEST YOUR HONOUR TO IMPART MORAL VALUES MANDATORILY TO ALL STUDENTS AND TO MAKE SPIRITUAL & MORAL EDUCATION COMPULSORILY FOR ALL STUDENTS IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR ALL CLASSES AT ALL LEVELS. I FEEL GOD FEARING PEOPLE OR SPIRITUAL MIND PEOPLE THOUGH MAY BE POOR BUT DEFINITELY WILL BE LESS PRONE TO MAKE CRIME OR CREAT TERROR. (2) TO MAKE EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT IN OUR CONSTITUTION. WITH WARM DEEP REGARDS ADITI AURORA CLASS 10TH MATERDEI SCHOOL PHONE: 011-29545627


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 13:58 IST.
Name: ADITI AURORA (15 years)
School: MATERDEI SCHOOL, TILAK LANE NEW DELHI
Question: HON,BLE MY EXCELLENCY MR PRESIDENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, TERRORISM & INDEED POVERTY ARE THE MOST CRITICAL FACTORS & BOTTLENECKS FOR MAKING INDIA A DEVELOPED & PROSPEROUS NATION. TO TACKLE THIS PROBLEM TO SOME EXTENT, I REQUEST YOUR HONOUR TO IMPART MORAL VALUES MANDATORILY TO ALL STUDENTS AND TO MAKE SPIRITUAL & MORAL EDUCATION COMPULSORILY FOR ALL STUDENTS IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR ALL CLASSES AT ALL LEVELS. I FEEL GOD FEARING PEOPLE OR SPIRITUAL MIND PEOPLE THOUGH MAY BE POOR BUT DEFINITELY WILL BE LESS PRONE TO MAKE CRIME OR CREAT TERROR. (2) TO MAKE EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT IN OUR CONSTITUTION. WITH WARM DEEP REGARDS ADITI AURORA CLASS 10TH MATERDEI SCHOOL PHONE: 011-29545627


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 13:58 IST.
Name: ADITI AURORA (15 years)
School: MATERDEI SCHOOL, TILAK LANE NEW DELHI
Question: HON,BLE MY EXCELLENCY MR PRESIDENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, TERRORISM & INDEED POVERTY ARE THE MOST CRITICAL FACTORS & BOTTLENECKS FOR MAKING INDIA A DEVELOPED & PROSPEROUS NATION. TO TACKLE THIS PROBLEM TO SOME EXTENT, I REQUEST YOUR HONOUR TO IMPART MORAL VALUES MANDATORILY TO ALL STUDENTS AND TO MAKE SPIRITUAL & MORAL EDUCATION COMPULSORILY FOR ALL STUDENTS IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR ALL CLASSES AT ALL LEVELS. I FEEL GOD FEARING PEOPLE OR SPIRITUAL MIND PEOPLE THOUGH MAY BE POOR BUT DEFINITELY WILL BE LESS PRONE TO MAKE CRIME OR CREAT TERROR. (2) TO MAKE EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT IN OUR CONSTITUTION. WITH WARM DEEP REGARDS ADITI AURORA CLASS 10TH MATERDEI SCHOOL PHONE: 011-29545627


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 13:57 IST.
Name: DINESH MAINI (25 years)
School: COLLEGE/JOB
Question: Respected Sir, I have found some new ideas of R&D for Defence & Intelligence Systems (Missile Tech and GPS) and the theory of my projects have been accepted by American Scientists too but I am not finding the support from the Indian Govt. I have already mail in this regard to DRDO but they are not giving any reply. I want to do something for my country and wants your kind help and guidance in this regard. Waiting for your kind support and help. (DINESH MAINI) MOBILE: 9810256276


Posted on: 10 Nov 2005, 13:55 IST.
Name: Muraly s/o Mohan (17 years)
School: Angl