People in Pakistan who live on < $1.25 are 22.6% and those who live on < $2 are 60.3%
People in India who live on < $1.25 are 41.6% and those who live on < $2 are 75.6%
Source : UN (2008)
Both countries have lot of poverty!
No you are wrong , To be a super power,
1) Stablise the country and provide basic need to people.
2) Have peace with all countries around you (first circle of border nothing to worry about second circle ) , or have friendship with second circle and dominate those in first circle
3) Make allies to support you
4) Flood money to other countries and just buy them or say you have nuke and nuke them
I think this is what US has done, I doubt if India even crossed first stage .
Well that depends on your definition of super power. I certainly don't want India to be like US. For me any country that can take care of its own without any external intervention is a superpower. Unfortunately no country in the world today is free from US's sphere of influence. The day any country manages to do that, it will be called a super power. I think that is the reason why China today is looked upon as a future super power.
China heavily depend on US & Japan.China not even looked as a potential super power, Only Russia can challenge US.
mate INR 9000 for 3 ppl in blore is possible but what about standard of living ...sure they will not be able to afford a PC and fight their hearts content out on
Well If one look at mobile penetration in India (which has crossed the 30% mark) $2 fig scale look useless. Basically, WB says that 75%+(Fig used on this forum) Indian are poor as they live below $2, but the some poor can afford to have mobilephone. If poor ppl of India can afford mobile, guess what the rich will be doing. hmmm... Superpower crown does not look much far away
Superpower crown does not look much far away
now where is the link for your picture?
and the map i ve given link
please post a link to what you have posted coz i am finding it hard to find your page on the net....