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Crime is on the rise. Again reliable numbers are hard to get.
The pollution control machinery in India is totally non-existant or completely broke. It is highly doubtful, if India's pollution problems can ever be fixed. Because if anyone from abroad visits India they will be horrified to see and feel full blown pollution of all forms in the cities, towns and villages. One sometimes wonders how these people are still alive- may be the human body is capable of withstanding extreme environmental abuse.
Additionally, they prove themselves to be idiots on the media. One can identify an Indian on media by his or her immature language and stupid beliefs. And literally it's damn stupid. Who's ever heard of worshiping cows? I've only seen them cause accidents on the street
The national motto is "Truth alone triumphs" but rarely do they demonstrate truth in anything they do.
Hundreds of thousands of human beings die on the streets, mostly due to hunger, poverty and ill health and no one seems to care for them, not the government to say the least.
Indians (especially Malayalis) believe that they are made of fire so if they will touch water they'll die. Whenever your fate decides to screw you so it makes a come across any Indian in any shopping mall or elsewhere. Then there happens "Stink-bombing" Yes, Indian's stink because of once in a blue-moon bath literally makes a normal human to puke or it can turn into even worst condition if you'll little delay a stay close to Indian.
Leave alone public urination what about public defecation by millions of kids in day time and adults at night fall.
They don't give respect to strangers especially, when he/she is a foreigner.
They have little to nothing medical supply's and there is no hospitals.
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