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Tuesday 10 January 2012

"No Feel Good!India passing through difficult times, says Manmohan!

"No Feel Good!India passing through difficult times, says Manmohan!

“The LPG Mafia Government is Under Tremendous pressure to Acomplish Renewal Reforms Agenda to Kill Aborigine, Indigenous, Munivasi Bahujan Humanscape!NRIs will get right to vote in Indian elections, promises Manmohan Singh!Indian Citizens, the Ninety Nine percent Non Brahamin Non Aryan Masses are subjected to Ethnic Cleansing and EXCLUSION whereas NRIs get everything. They can whiten Black Money pushing and Pumping it via FDI in the Free Market Economy. They are entitled to buy equities to Control the Sensex based Economy. Now, they have got the Voting Rights to control Government of India directly as they control the Zionist Governement of United States inAmerica!"
India to be third major economy in 20 yrs: Montek Singh Ahluwalia!For whome? Corporate Greed and Capitalism have Inflicted India deep into. Ninety Nine Percent Masses are Deprived and persecuted and the GROWH includes the One Percent ZionistBrahamincal Class including the NRI Lot!

Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia today said India is expected to be the world's third major economy in the next 20 years, after China and the US.
"In the next 20 years from now, China could be in the number one position followed by the USA, and India in the third position with GDP growth rate at about 9 per cent," Ahluwalia said.
It would be wrong to say that India's growth story has come to an end, he said and added, "It is true that this year has been slightly a slower year. This is not only for India, but for other countries also." There is an indication of per capita income growing at 7-8 per cent in the next 20 years, Ahluwalia said while delivering convocation address at the KIIT University in Bhuvneshwar.
Ahluwalia further said that a lot of ideas are in the pipeline. "I hope in next few months, a lot of action will slowly take place." He said that India's economy was very slow during the first 20 years of Independence where the GDP growth was only 3 per cent and per capita growth rate was about 1 per cent or 1.5 per cent. However, he told students, "While it took 45 years to double the per capita income in our time, it will take only nine years in your time." And look,Overseas Indians discuss higher education, FDI in retail! Noting that the country is passing through "difficult times", Prime MinisterManmohan Singh today said in the current fiscal the growth rate will be 7 per cent but was optimistic that the economy will return to a higher trajectory of 9-10 per cent in the medium term backed by strong fundamentals. Fulfilling a long-standing demand of its diaspora, India on Sunday said it would allowNRIs to vote and participate in the election process. "Pursuant to the law that was enacted to enable Non-resident Indians to vote in our national elections, the government has issued notifications for registration of overseas electors under the Representation of People Act, 1950," Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said. "This constitutes the first major step to enable Indian residents abroad to participate in our election process," the prime minister said while addressing the annual Pravasi Bharatiya Divasdiaspora meet here. He said the diaspora plays an important role in the growth and development of the country. The government recognises it, and was committed to address their concerns and fulfil their demands. Rains coupled with snowfall today aggravated cold wave conditions in parts of north India where sub-zero temperatures in Kashmir Valleyclaimed two more lives, pushing the country-widedeath toll to 139.

In Delhi, the maximum temperature dipped three degrees below normal at 18 deg C, while the minimum settled at 11.9 degrees, the MeT office said. Kashmir Valley reeled under intense cold with the minimum in Srinagar plummeting to minus 5.5 deg C, the coldest night in the city this winter. Picturesque tourist spot Gulmarg recorded a low of minus 16.5 deg C. Qazigund's low dipped to minus 8.4 deg C followed by Kokernag (minus 6.3 deg C), Pahalgam (minus six deg C) and Kupwara (minus 5.6 deg C), the weather office said. Two people succumbed to the freezing cold in Hiranagar of Kathua district and Bishnah of Jammu district respectively, officials said. Higher reaches in Himachal Pradesh continued to experience intermittent snowfall with day temperatures dropping across the state following rains. Shimla and Manali received 20 cm and 40 cm of snow respectively while the Rohtang Pass was covered under 170 cm of thick white blanket, the MeT office said.
In an unusual phenomenon, a few pockets in Punjab bordering Himachal Pradesh received snow flakes, which MeT officials attributed to "change of wind direction favoured by low temperature". Most of Punjab shivered under severe chill with holy town Amritsar recording a minimum of two deg C, while Ludhiana and Patiala, too, experienced the intense cold, recording respective lows of 4.6 deg C and 6.2 deg C. In Haryana, Ambala registered a low of 7.7 deg C while the minimum at Karnal was nine degrees.

Meanwhile,it is very cold in Kolkata these days. I had been in Andhra, Karnataka andMaharashtra very recently. It was NOT so cold all over there. More than Hundred Fifty Thousand delegates attended Mulnivasi Bamcef National Convention. Earlier this year, my book on Budget was Published. In the National Convention we dealt Economic Issues as Mulnivasi Nayak is doing. We discussed a lot on Media and Trade Union. waman Meshram clarified that it is Uncontrolled Power in the Hands on the Micro Minority Brahaminical Ruling Class and they achieved this with VIOLENCE. We have to solve the Puzzle how do we resist this Unabated Violence with Non Violence. He also clarified that the Ruling Zionist Barahaminical Hegemony is DISCRIMINATING with Majority Mulnivasi Bahujan RACIALLY. We debated onHistory, the Murder Conspiracy to Kill DR BR Ambedkar, Inactive Biased Judiciary, Knowldege Economy, LPG Rule, the Legacy of Aborigin Mass movement including Matua and Lingayat movement, Women`s problems and fifth and Sixth Schedule of Constitution. We also Discussed the segregation of Muslims and Tribals, OBC Headcount and the War against the People of India. It was really heating. But now , getting home, we do feel the pangs of Cold. Hope, rather Agitational Mode and Resistance countrywide would warm us a little. We felt that the Ninety Percent Majority masses fail to ACTIVATE its resources and fail to encounter the Microminority which uses Technology and Knowldege , Media and Intelligence and does Activate evry resource including Social Networking and Communalism, Hinduisation and so called sacred books to Sustain Manusmriti Hegemony. just because we suffer from Identity Crisis , hence the NINETY Five Percent Majority Masses fail to understand how they are Enslaved and Bonded. It was good that KANNAD Media Print as well as electronic covered the Event day byday, session by session!

The Global Advisory Council of Overseas Indians under the chairmanship of Prime MinisterManmohan Singh met here today during which its members discussed matters concerning higher education, FDI in retail and other governance issues. The third meeting of the council, which met at the Raj Bhawan here, also discussed ways and means on how India can take a more proactive role in the discourse on globalisation. With slowdown in the USA and Europe, Singh said the growth centers may have to shift to the Asia-Pacific. "He (PM) was confident that despite many constraints India would return to a sustained high annual growth path of 9-10 per cent in the medium term. "Prime Minister further assured that the government would reflect on all the suggestions made by the Council members, and engage proactively on all of them," a PMO release said. Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi, Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia and Minister of State for External Affairs E Ahamed also attended the meeting. Eminent Overseas Indians like industrialist L N Mittal, Sam Pitroda, Lord Karan F Bilimoria, Swadesh Chatterjee, Ela Gandhi, Lord Khalid Hameed, Renu Khator, Kishore Mahbubani and Lord Bhikhu Chotalal Parekh were among those who attended the meeting.

The members of the council unanimously thanked the Prime Minister for convening the third meeting of the council in Jaipur and for allowing free exchange of views on matters concerning overseas Indians, the release said. The members appreciated that many of the suggestions made previously by them had been implemented, for example, merging of OCI (Overseas Citizenship of India) and PIO (Peoples of Indian Origin) cards and facilitating voting rights for Non-Resident Indians while certain other issues were under implementation. "The government and people of India recognise and value the important role being played by Indian communities living abroad. We believe that Indian diaspora has much more to contribute to the building of modern India," the prime minister said. "We propose to facilitate, encourage and promote this engagement. Over the past year, we have taken a number of steps towards this end," he added, as he formally inaugurated the 10th annual diaspora meet, the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) here. Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi said NRIs would be able to exercise their franchise in upcoming elections. "Indian nationals living abroad can now exercise their franchise in India at the time o f the elections," Ravi said. Now those NRIs who have registered with the embassies of their respective countries of stay, would be eligible to vote in the upcoming assembly elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur. Polls will take place in these countries between Jan 28 and March 3. Ravi said objective of the government was to further increase engagements with diaspora. "Our objective is to raise the level of engagement to go beyond mere investment related issues and address a broader agenda." "We believe that this will provide the vast majority of you the opportunity to benefit from as well as contribute - each in your own way - to India's development story," the minister said. Later talking to media person, Ravi said this year's Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) is the largest congregation of Indian diaspora. He said almost 1,900 delegates from around 60 countries were participating in the three-day event. "Our country is going through difficult times ... We are up to the task of meeting these challenges we face as a nation", he said while addressing the 10th Pravasi Bharatiya Divasbeing attended by over 1,900 overseas Indians in Jaipur. Despite an adverse international environment, Singh said, "the Indian economy is expected to grow by about 7 per cent this financial year ending March 31."

The country recorded a GDP growth rate of 8.5 per cent in 2010-11 and was initially estimated to grow by 9 per cent in the current fiscal. The growth rate projection, however, was scaled down gradually by the Reserve Bank as well as the Finance Ministry. The Prime Minister, however, exuded confidence that growth rate in the coming years would go up to 9-10 per cent as the "economic fundamentals are strong and ...consittutional processes are robust".

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