Little changes can give smile to millions.

At start, we should not expect major changes in policy because it requires debate in parliament. but we can start change in little things like:

1. Making police friendly and able to control crime.
2. Providing Clean roads to walk.
3. Better services in public utility services.
4. Online facility on the services of Major sevices.
5. Improve IRCTC booking. more  

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The suggestion no.1 of Manoj Agarwal is very appropriate. Police in our country are a commodity to be afraid presently. People almost forgot that they are meant to help us amd not to punish us. This attitude of the police is to be changed 1st. Then everyrhing automatically changes. more  
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There is a urgent need to simplify the procedures and there should be one window for all clearance to have fast economic growth.
Education system should be overhould
There should be a time bound review of all laws.. more  
I also agree that clean and hygienic country should be the top priority as this is a most visible change any citizen notices and it helps in promoting tourism in a great way. Human defecating in public has to be ended within 100 days by providing clean and modern public toilets at every 100 meters. more  
I beg to disagree, Our country is in such a difficult time that we should not waste any more time in debating the issues. In anyways the whole opposition is going to play all the dirty tricks to stall and abrupt parliament. The parliament functioning is not going to smooth and i am afraid major policy and process changes are going to be delayed without any reason. There should be expert committees on all important area and their recommendation should be implemented with little or no change. more  
The ideas are well knit and well thought.... more and more ideas are helpful. more  
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