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Eshwar

As everything have its PROS and CONS, same can be applied here too.

Pros:

There are many PROS point of India but listed few of the best.

  1. If you live in India then you will spend your after-office time with your family/friends where in US you will get only time on weekends which dries the feelings of relation.
  2. If you live in India then you will get tasty food prepared by your mom/wife where in US this is not possible (in max cases) as all the family members have to work.
  3. If you live in India then you will get 24x7 support from Neighbor where in US everyone are busy with themselves.
  4. Taste of gol-gappa in any Indian street is far better than any costly Burgers/Pizza.
  5. We have respect for everyone in India. Like we call "Bhaiya" (Brother) to any male strangers and "Mausi" (Aunty) to any female strangers.

Cons:
 

  1. In India if you want to do something innovative or we can say off-track work then you won't get support from family/friends at first.
  2. In India there is a lack of cleanliness compared to US but if we will have NAMO as PM for next 2-3 elections then it won't be any big deal.
  3. In India maximum people will talk behind your back. (I personally hate this. ) :(
  4. In India corruption is the biggest enemy of us.
  5. People who work hard are driving Maruti and illiterate politicians are driving BMWs.
  6. English is not my native language so you may find grammatical              mistakes in my answers. :p

India is under construction of the strongest emperor of the world and it will be reflected soon.

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Ramesh

Very few people in India know that we have a great scientist who won Fundamental Physics Prize in 2012 and is currently living and working in our country.

Ashoke Sen is a great theoretical Physicist in String Theory from Harish Chandra Research Institute in Allahabad.He would have won the Nobel Prize in Physics if String Theoretical Physicists were allowed to get the Nobel Prize.

In 1998,when he won the fellowship for the Royal Society,his name was nominated by none other than Stephen Hawking. Ashoke Sen is yet not well known in India and winning $3 million Breakthrough Prize in 2012 has not changed the situation.

A Nobel prize with the shared $1.2 million would definitely had made him a domestic celebrity.

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Smrithi

Really, anything like gas, coal, oil, etc are ok power sources, but they aren't renewable. Soon, those materials will run out.

If you live in a place with a lot of sunlight, you could use solar panels. They use sunlight to make energy. And the best part, it's renewable, because the sun can't run out.
However, they can be quite expensive and require maintenance. First of all, stuff like dirt, moths, etc. get into the solar panels. If you have a whole field of solar panels, it will be pretty expensive. Also, they are really heavy, like 40 pounds each. But, people are creating robots that can put on the solar panels, and clean them. Some people from a few places, California is the only place I can think of because there's only like 3, have made these robots to do these things for them.
If you live in a place with not a lot of sunlight, especially in the winter, solar panels wouldn't work. Windmills will work great, but they require maintenance, too. It can be dangerous because people have to climb to the top to do some maintenance. (Dirty Jobs)
Watermills, which I know nothing about, are really great if you live by a river. A dam could work, too.
There's a game in Africa, I think it'scalled Socket (or something like that) that produces energy every time you kick the ball. It's like soccer, but it produces energy. This is good if you're an athlete, or if your kids like to play outside a lot. (I'm not sure what this website came from, one of my friends talked about it in science)

All of these things are natural and are renewable. Nuclear power is pretty good, but it's not natural because it causes a lot of pollution in the air, and it's not renewable. Overall, it just depends on where you live. If you live in like California or something, you could use solar panels. If you live where it's windy, use windmills. If you live by a river, use a watermill or a dam.

I really hope this helps you.

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