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One Billion People Satisfied With Single Olympic Gold

Posted by Kokolicious on August 23rd, 2008

How vulnerable is India’s situation in Olympics? Where the countries like Jamaica with population as little as 28 lacs has won as much as 6 Golds, the more developed India with a total population of more than 12,000 lacs could obtain only 1 Gold medal in the Beijing Olympics. What a shame!

Who is to be accountable for such a poor performance at an international event? The one billion people! the concerned Ministry! or the Prime Minister of the nation! It seems that the leadership of the country is more concerned with retaining power than patronizing such ventures, hence the result is Olympics.

Who is your Ideal? You ask the question to a child or a youngster, the answer of  the most of Indians would be almost similar, a Bollywood Star, a Cricket Player or some big shot businessman. There is lack of ideal role models in India in fields like sports, politics, education, science and arts. And, that is evident from the Olympics Medal Tally every four years.

So, how can we blame the authorities? Yes, they are responsible for the diminishing moral values and strength of an average Indian. Only providing the world-class infrastructure and facilities will not solve the purpose, though all this is not yet available to an average Indian. There has to be someone, who can inspire and motivate the people of nation collectively, resulting into best performance by everyone, in every field.

Chinese are well motivated and hence they are at the top of not only the Olympics medal tally but in other fields also. Today, China is leading on every front say economic growth rate, business, manufacturing and exports, infrastructure development, arts, science as well as sports. Should we not learn from China?

How can Indians be contended with small achievements, when the rest of the world is progressing and leaving us behind?



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