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Modi is Brilliant, There is No PM like Narendra Modi in History of India.




Fido
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Do you wonder why the NRE /NRO FDs are giving 8% or closer rate of interest and why the FCNR is giving just 2%. ??

Think - India can attract more FC if it raises it from 2% to 5% but it does not ... Why ???

The answer lies in depreciation of rupee ... I remember someone telling me that if you keep a dollar in a cupboard and invest the equivalent in Rupees FDR in India , after 5 years you will find that the rupee investment is lesser :)

AT has said it - depreciation of INR vs $ historically ... I recall in 2008 CAD was Rs. 42...In 2013 it was Rs. 56 .. Do the math will all the 6%+ vs 2%... as to where the value would be more .

I have considerable sums invested in India but in FCNRs (foreign currency as opposed to INR in NRE FD) ... A Bank Manager advised me not to take the exchange rate risk which can wipe out all the seemingly 3-4% increment which appears in the NRE/NRO accounts.

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साल एक भर पहले ही एक चौकीदार रखा था .... बंदा स्मार्ट दिखता था - चुस्त चपल हाज़िर जवाब .... हाथ जोड़ कर कहता था मालिक सेवा का मौका दें - मैं सारी व्यवस्था चाकचौबंद रखूंगा और तिजोरी पर किसी का पंजा नहीं पड़ने दूंगा .... कई लोगों ने उसकी सिफारिश भी करी थी !!!! और शुरू में तो वो रात में जागता और चिल्लाता भी था - जागते रहो जागते रहो .... पर एकाएक वो आजकल गुमसुम हो गया है - चुप हो गया है .... पूछा तो बोला मालिक चोरी हो गई .... ठीक है भाई हो गई तो हो गई - किसने करी ? बोला अपने वाले ही हैं - मेरे गाँव वाले ही हैं - मेरे रिश्तेदार ही हैं - पूरा गैंग है .... यार ये बात तो ठीक नहीं - तुमने रोका क्यों नहीं ? .... रोकता कैसे - मेरी चौकीदारी की नौकरी भी तो उन्होंने ने ही लगवाई थी .... तो फिर आगे क्या करना ? ....... चोरी तो रोकनी होगी - चोर को तो पकड़ना होगा ........ कुछ तो बोलो ? अब क्या बोलूं ? .... बोलो कुछ तो बोलो ..... ठीक है आज मन की बात बोलता हूँ .... मौसम बहुत सुहाना है - बरसाती है - पानी रोको - झाड़ लगाओ - पकोड़े खाओ - शौचालय जाओ - योगासन करो - सेल्फ़ी खींचो - त्यौहार मनाओ - राखी पर बहना को बोलना ले पकड़ १२ रूपए का बीमा - मर गई तो परिवार को पैसे मिलेंगे .... पर भाई इससे तुम्हारी चौकीदारी का क्या लेना देना ?? .... चोरों को तो भगाओ नहीं तो फिर तुम खुद भागो यहाँ से .... ५ साल का बांड है जनाब आप मुझे यूं नहीं भगा सकते - मैं कोई भगोड़ा नहीं - और यदि कोई भगोड़े की मदद करे तो इससे मेरा लेना देना भी नहीं .... इसलिए अब योग कर रहा हूँ - कृपया मुझे डिस्टर्ब नहीं करें - मैं चुप्पासन में लीन हूँ .... इसलिए मित्रो सुझाव देना चाहूँगा कि .... चौकीदार के भरोसे नहीं रहें - अपनी सुरक्षा स्वयं करें - जागते रहें ....!!!!









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Blue_Peafowl
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The Journey So Far For MODIJI:

- Jan Dhan Yojana: More than 15 crore bank accounts opened, over 10 crore RuPay debit cards issued, with life cover, pension

- Corporate sector adopts prime minister's Swachch Bharat mission with promise of total sanitation by 2019

- Cooking gas now under direct-cash-benefit transfer scheme, with potential saving of $5billion annually in subsidies, plus Diesel prices de-regulated

- Foreign equity in rail infrastructure allowed, without limit

- Foreign equity cap in defence raised to 49 per cent; 74 per cent in case of technology transfer

- Fast-tracking of defence purchases: 36 Rafale fighters being bought, orders for several long-pending purchases placed

- Foreign equity cap in insurance and pension sectors increased to 49 per cent

- Nod for IPOs/FPOs by banks to raise funds, as long as government equity remains 52 per cent or over

- Nod for real estate and infrastructure investment trusts, with tax benefits

- Cabinet nod for Prime Minister's 100 Smart Cities Project

- $130 billion proposed spending on railways over five years on schemes including high-speed trains

- Definitive steps forward in introducing pan-India goods and services regime

- Successful conclusion of two rounds of coal block auctions, more lined up

- Impasse in mining sector ended with passage of new bill for regulation and development

- Successful conclusion of auctions for telecom spectrum for mobile telephony and broadband

- Launch of Make-in-India, Digital India and Skill India initiatives with focus on defence and electronics, primarily to create jobs

- Mudra bank launched with Rs 20,000 crore corpus to extend loans of between Rs 50,000 and Rs 10 lakh to small entrepreneurs

- Commencement of divestment programme in public sector companies

- Disbanding of various ministerial groups for faster decision-making

- Adoption of 14th Finance Commission recommendation on far-reaching changes in sharing of revenues between the Center and the States

- Single-window scheme for various clearances to steel, coal and power projects

- Price stabilisation fund set up for agri-commodities to check inflation

- Clarity in tax treatment on income of foreign fund whose fund managers are located in India , as also on transfer pricing for resident and non-resident tax payers

- Panel set up under law commission chairman on issue of minimum alternate tax

- High work productivity in govt offices

- Zero government corruption.

There's more but enough for now.

SO GUSY The Journey So Far:

- Jan Dhan Yojana: More than 15 crore bank accounts opened, over 10 crore RuPay debit cards issued, with life cover, pension

- Corporate sector adopts prime minister's Swachch Bharat mission with promise of total sanitation by 2019

- Cooking gas now under direct-cash-benefit transfer scheme, with potential saving of $5billion annually in subsidies, plus Diesel prices de-regulated

- Foreign equity in rail infrastructure allowed, without limit

- Foreign equity cap in defence raised to 49 per cent; 74 per cent in case of technology transfer

- Fast-tracking of defence purchases: 36 Rafale fighters being bought, orders for several long-pending purchases placed

- Foreign equity cap in insurance and pension sectors increased to 49 per cent

- Nod for IPOs/FPOs by banks to raise funds, as long as government equity remains 52 per cent or over

- Nod for real estate and infrastructure investment trusts, with tax benefits

- Cabinet nod for Prime Minister's 100 Smart Cities Project

- $130 billion proposed spending on railways over five years on schemes including high-speed trains

- Definitive steps forward in introducing pan-India goods and services regime

- Successful conclusion of two rounds of coal block auctions, more lined up

- Impasse in mining sector ended with passage of new bill for regulation and development

- Successful conclusion of auctions for telecom spectrum for mobile telephony and broadband

- Launch of Make-in-India, Digital India and Skill India initiatives with focus on defence and electronics, primarily to create jobs

- Mudra bank launched with Rs 20,000 crore corpus to extend loans of between Rs 50,000 and Rs 10 lakh to small entrepreneurs

- Commencement of divestment programme in public sector companies

- Disbanding of various ministerial groups for faster decision-making

- Adoption of 14th Finance Commission recommendation on far-reaching changes in sharing of revenues between the Center and the States

- Single-window scheme for various clearances to steel, coal and power projects

- Price stabilisation fund set up for agri-commodities to check inflation

- Clarity in tax treatment on income of foreign fund whose fund managers are located in India , as also on transfer pricing for resident and non-resident tax payers

- Panel set up under law commission chairman on issue of minimum alternate tax

- High work productivity in govt offices

- Zero government corruption.

There's more but enough for now.

SO MODI BASHERS "Would you like to take your words back?

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The Journey So Far For MODIJI:

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Baaki sab to theek hey, par 'choron (theives) ka kya karna hey?

BP jee, aapkp shat shat pranam.


 
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Quote:
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Originally posted by Blue_Peafowl

The Journey So Far For MODIJI:

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Baaki sab to theek hey, par 'choron (theives) ka kya karna hey?

BP jee, aapkp shat shat pranam.[/quote

Chori to sub karate hai... Pakada gaya woh chor... Wesse bhi bade bade deson main chhoti chhoti batein hoti rahati hai...


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Originally posted by febpreet

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Originally posted by Blue_Peafowl

The Journey So Far For MODIJI:

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Baaki sab to theek hey, par 'choron (theives) ka kya karna hey?

BP jee, aapkp shat shat pranam.[/quote

Chori to sub karate hai... Pakada gaya woh chor... Wesse bhi bade bade deson main chhoti chhoti batein hoti rahati hai...




This! Thanks for decoding.


 
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Modi is a political idol without a shadow of doubt. The nature of respect he commands throughout Gujarat is awe-inspiring. The only thing, he as improve on is Transparency. His links with few like Adani and Ambani remain as ambiguous as Mozarts death. Moreover, the tall claims made about Gujarat, which fall apart when scrutinized, need to be explained. The rise in malnourishment of girl child, the slow poverty reduction rate, the poor state of health and education, presence of convicted ministers around him, the charges of false encounters etc. Everything remains unanswered. He has to focus on this more in future.

But no matter how much we try to bring out the negativities in him, we cannot miss the charisma he radiates. He is the finest manager of Indian media amongst all leaders. He has excellent organisational capabilities, dynamic personality and can motivate even a corpse to move with his powerful words, to name a few of his qualities. And the business stalwarts of the country (read Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani etc) seem to be in awe of him. The fact that GDP growth rate in Gujarat has been 11.05% over the past few years (a number that has been well publicised by the Gujarat government) as against the national value of 9% is something one cannot overlook. The looks of the power hubs of the state, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad and Surat have been turned upside down, leaving the other cities of the country gasping for breath. Gujarat is quickly turning into an economically and industrially ideal state, something which other states will look up to as an example. If we consider the aspect of a leader's willpower to bring positive changes in his/her constituency skipping the other attributes, then Narendra Modi undeniably stands out amongst his counterparts. But then again, there are a whole lot of other facets which need to be taken into consideration when we are talking about the most powerful face of the world's largest democracy.

The bottom line is, like most of the realistic political situations, it is extremely tough to take a side. The sine qua non for having a luxury to choose amongst suitable candidates is their availability, and the truth is that we don't have too many viable options in this regard. So, least we can do is give the charismatic leader 2 terms to prove himself. I think, he is the best leader for India for now. :)



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I think, he is the best leader for India. :)





Absolutely wrong. Do you know what the real definition of 'Leader' is? When they say India has been ruined for the the last 67 years, are they, when in absolute Power doing anything to reform even the most basic people centric issues? Forget about foreign policy and big yada yada yada for a moment.

He's yet another ever (fake) smiling, on a high words, media centric Politician. Leader is too strong a word for the current crop of Politicians, regardless of who we are talking about - Modi, Kejriwal, and/or their ilks.

I would still wait for another 4 years to see if something good for common man is in the offing - Reforms for the Judiciary, Police, Bureaucracy, Government/Public offices, Bribery, Basic and affordable education, Health, housing (sans slums) with more transparency in the Governance is the need of the hour.

So far, BJP Govt. has acted just as the erstwhile UPA. They have little to show for, except foreign visits, Mann ki 'badi badi' baatein on TV and Social Media.

Let's wait and watch.


 
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Winning hearts of liberals in India will remain an uphill task for him. He is efficient multi-tasked person and his focus on embracing newer technologies has overall been positive for him and the BJP. He has cultivated a reputation of being a master propagandist and wants each of his action and activity on camera to be discussed and consequently publicised as much as possible. Image conscious as he is, he pays special attention to his attire. These traits set him apart from his political rivals.


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