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" he said."Listening to India is very important We have experts in every single field Currently we are not producing enough jobs 30000 new youngsters are joining the job market every day and yet the government is creating just 500 jobs every day" said the Congress leader On intolerance The Congress vice-president then attacked the government on various fronts "What can destroy our momentum is the opposite energy: Hatred anger and politics of polarisation which has raised its ugly head in India today" said Rahul "Muslims are being killed in India today liberal journalists are being shot" he said referring to the murder of activist-journalist Gauri Lankesh On demonetisation Rahul then hit out at demonetisation "The government’s economic policies like demonetisation and GST were applied hastily Millions of jobs were wiped out after demonetisation Farmers were hit very hard Farmer suicides have skyrocketed throughout the country Demonetisation a completely self-inflicted wound resulted in a loss of 2 percent in GDP" he said "Decisions like demonetisation were taken without asking Chief Economic Advisor and Parliament which caused tremendous damage" ANI further quoted him as saying On Congress After he finished his speech when asked about what the Congress was doing to solve its problems which could get it back into power Rahul said "Any party which has been in power for 10 years will run into a problem It is natural The vision we had laid out in 2004 was for 10 years" "Congress unlike the BJP and RSS is basically a conversation Most of my work is sitting in a room and listening to people" "If you look at most of the things BJP is doing they are things we said The central architecture is that they borrowed from us But that architecture does not work now because we know it stopped working" he said "We need to make a smooth transition between senior people and younger people You can’t just brush aside senior people" he added "India has basically lost its vision. Modi has clamped down on RTI The amount of information that was flowing around during our time was much more than the amount now" said the Congress vice-president On the 1984 anti-Sikh riots When questioned about the 1984 anti-Sikh riots Rahul said that he was "with them in their quest for justice" "I lost my father and my grandmother to violence If I don’t understand violence who will" he said I am with them in their quest for justice violence again anybody I strongly condemn: Rahul Gandhi on ’84 riots pictwittercom/AQ8qXb4HXc — ANI (@ANI) September 12 2017 On dynastic politics When Rahul Gandhi was questioned about dynastic politics there was applause from the audience and a visibly nervous Rahul said "This is a problem that is present in all political parties in India Akhilesh Yadav is a dynast (MK) Stalin is a dynast. Even Abhishek Bachchan is a dynast Don’t go after me because the entire country is running like that That’s what happens in India" Most of the country runs like this so don’t go after me Akhilesh Yadav a dynast Mr Stalin a dynastMr Dhumal’s son a dynast:Rahul Gandhi pictwittercom/eIDsvnlxtp — ANI (@ANI) September 12 2017 He then added "I do try to change that in the Congress party" He also said that during 2012 "arrogance crept into Congress party and we stopped having conversations with people" On being asked whether he was a reluctant politician Rahul said "There is a BJP machine that basically tells you about me They tell you I’m reluctant They tell you I’m stupid You’ve seen me now You make up your mind This operation is basically run by the gentleman running our country" he said There is a BJP machineabout 1000 guys sitting on computers&telling you about me: Rahul Gandhi on question of being a reluctant politician pictwittercom/JzyJj6CU6c — ANI (@ANI) September 12 2017 On being asked whether Rahul would become the Congress president soon he said that he was ready to head Congress but decision was not his On India’s political machinery He said that the "political machinery" in India had now become weak "Our political machinery — the Lok Sabha the Rajya Sabha — they are not as empowered as they should be" he said "Laws in India are made by ministers and five or six people surrounding the ministers To me 546 people in Lok Sabha should be 546 institutions" he said "Today our MPs don’t make laws They get worried about making roads in villages That is the fundamental thing that has gone wrong in India. Taking India to the next level is ensuring our Parliament works" On Jammu and Kashmir The Congress vice-president also had a lot to say about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir "For nine years I worked behind the scenes with (the then) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Mr Chidambaram Mr Jairam Ramesh and a large number of people and we worked silently on Jammu and Kashmir When we started in 2004 terrorism was rampant in Jammu and Kashmir In 2013 I hugged the (then) prime minister and told him one of his biggest successes was the end of violence in Jammu and Kashmir" he said "We did that by holding panchayati raj elections We did by linking women to banks. Our strategy was to close the space for terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir" he added "In 2014 the Indian government did something that inflicted a huge strategic cost in India" Rahul said "PDP was the instrument that brought Kashmiri youngsters into the political space The day Mr Modi made an alliance between PDP and BJP he destroyed PDP as an instrument for bringing youth into the political space" he said So he(PM Modi) massively opened up space for the terrorists in Kashmir and you saw the increase in violence: Rahul Gandhi pictwittercom/mJCMrDy5eO — ANI (@ANI) September 12 2017 "Today the space in Jammu and Kashmir has been opened up not only for Pakistanis but for terrorists" Rahul said Rahul also implied that Modi had dictatorial tendencies "What I sense is he doesn’t converse with people he works with Even Members of Parliament and BJP tell me that" ANI quoted him as saying Written by PTI | Chicago | Published: October 2 2013 2:56 pm Related News Waiting can actually make people more patient and help them take better financial decisionsa new study suggests According to the study by the University of Chicago Booth School of Businesswaiting actually does make people more patientwhich can provide a payoff for consumers by helping them make better decisions Historicallyresearch on patience has been approached by offering people the choice between a smaller reward sooner or a larger reward later “People tend to value things more in the present and discount their worth in the future” researcher Ayelet Fishbach said “But my research suggests that making people wait to make a decision can improve their patience because the process of waiting makes the reward for waiting seem more valuable” Fishbach said To test the hypothesisFishbach co-author Xiani Dai conducted a series of experiments in the USChina and Hong Kong In one studythe researchers invited participants to sign up to join a subject pool for on-line studies In exchange for signing upall participants were invited to enter one of two lotteries: one would pay out a USD 50 prize sooner; the other would pay out a USD 55 prize later The participants were divided into three groups: the first group was told they could win USD 50 in three days or USD 55 in 23 days; the second could win USD 50 in 30 days or USD 55 in 50 days; and the third group was told they could win USD 50 in 30 days or USD 55 in 50 daysbut they had to wait before choosing a potential reward Researchers contacted members of the third group 27 days later to ask for a decisionat which point the participantslike those in the first grouphad to choose between waiting three days or 23 days to potentially receive a prize Fishbach and Dai found that in the first group only 31 per cent of participants chose to wait for the larger reward In the second groupthat number rose to 56 per cent But among people in the third groupwho had been waiting several weeks to make their choice86 per cent chose to wait for the larger reward Even though they were making the same choice as people in the first group (USD 50 in three days or USD 55 in 23 days)the fact that they had been waiting to choose increased their patience “When people waitit makes them place a higher value on what they’re waiting forand that higher value makes them more patient” Fishbach said “They see more value in what they are waiting for because of a process psychologists call self perception we learn what we want and prefer by assessing our own behaviourmuch the same way we learn about others by observing how they behave” Fishbach said The study was published in the Journal of Organisational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News shailaja.The advocate told us that he heard the honking but since the road was narrow, Deepika broke her silence on being mistaken as Priyanka Chopra by the international media on various occasions. its leadership and the confidence it inspires as an alternative, all of us. 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