What you love about your country and one thing that you dislike about your country?

Bangalore, India
May 10, 2018 9:08pm CST
No Place can be a perfect place. But there is not perfect place like our own country. So let's talk about what you love about your country the most?? And the one thing that pisses you off and you would like to change.
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@Shiva49 (12091)
• Singapore
11 May
My take is India surprises anyone. It is not that bad as some make it out to be but not good like some others state. But some behave obnoxiously while others go more than they need to. That said, what I dislike about India is it can be chaotic and some act like they are above law. Democracy and freedom without rule of law is anarchy. My wish for India is for the young to take over the reins; the old will not change their ways and they remain fixated in the past - siva
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• Bangalore, India
11 May
I have similar thoughts like yours. Our hope lies with the youth.
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@Plethos (9642)
• United States
11 May
I love the sound of freedom it makes and hate those that want to lower the sound.
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• Bangalore, India
11 May
It is a shame if someone lowers the freedom
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@Plethos (9642)
• United States
11 May
@arunima25 - yeah, you cant keep my freedom eagle from spreading its wings.
• Bangalore, India
11 May
@Plethos nobody can. It's your right
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11 May
I don't like india's population and political system. The only Good thing here is indian army. They are tremendously brave.
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• Bangalore, India
11 May
Surely those two are the issues that even I would like to change. Our army indeed makes us proud! But that is not the only good thing about India??
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11 May
@arunima25 what else you think is good?
• Bangalore, India
11 May
@prakashj256 Heritage monuments, diverse natural beauty, food, dances... just a few on the good list
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@Dextoi (2429)
• Philippines
11 May
I love almost everything about the Philippines except for the government... lol
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• Bangalore, India
11 May
Even we face a lots of issues with our Government and Politics in India
• India
11 May
People here are friendly and will help you even if you don't request them to and worst is the Superstitions and caste system, reservations
• Bangalore, India
11 May
Superstition and caste reservation definitely are great evils
• India
11 May
@arunima25 And they will never leave India
• Bangalore, India
11 May
@thesupersingh Let us be hopeful. Younger generation is less into these things. Slowly it will go
@maximax8 (27341)
• United Kingdom
11 May
My home country is the United Kingdom and I live in the part which is called England. I love the four seasons as they are enjoyable to have. Spring is pretty with flowers and green leaves, summer is hot with warm sunshine, autumn has lots of golden leaves and winter is family joy at Christmas. I like the size of my home county although its train costs are high. I have a Friends and Family Railcard to get lower fares. I can get discounts when traveling with my children. The one thing I dislike it the planned departure of the European Union which will happen in 2019.
• Bangalore, India
12 May
It's a lovely country
@kepweng (11408)
11 May
i love the Culture beach of my country but i Distlike the people i hated them
• Bangalore, India
11 May
Why you don't like the people??
@suni51 (2503)
• India
11 May
I love its tourist spots scattered allover the country from Himalayan region to Arabian Sea and from Nagaland to Gujarat. What I do not like about it is that we do not care about the rules because our rules are too complicated and take too much time. We must find a way to restrict unruly mob.
• Bangalore, India
11 May
I totally agree with you. We have a beautiful country for tourist. Government has to take proper measures to promote it. It is a diverse beauty
@Spontaneo (1102)
• United States
11 May
I like the public library system. I taught myself how to cook by borrowing many, many cookbooks. How else would I have survived?
• Bangalore, India
11 May
We have a very poor public library system here in my country. I stayed in US for ten years and used the library a lot.
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