“Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles,
nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to
success.” – Swami Vivekananda
Just like when you are out for a dinner with your sweetie and the first thing that you ask for is a starter a.k.a. appetizer namely soup et al, similarly when NaMo plans to ameliorate our already beleaguered economy, he has to begin with starters (incontrovertibly) alias basic issues. Just as starters set s the tone for the dinner or act as an appetizer similarly NaMo needs to address the bread & butter issues which will re-generate the animal spirit in our economy.
The D-Day had arrived…The food was not going down my throat…I was secreting water in the form of sweat more than ever…I was excreting water too…a lot…and when I say that I really mean it…because I frequented loo around 3 times in every 30 minutes, even though I was not drinking water proportionately and the frequency kept increasing progressively, if not exponentially…couldn’t just fathom how the Nature’s call was so recurrent… I was, and thankfully, I am not suffering from diabetes…this could be ironical for many a diabetes patients
At the outset, I would say that we do not sing our National Anthem (Rashtriya Gaan), we recite our National Anthem. We sing our National Song (Rashtriya Geet) i.e. Vande Mataram and not our National Anthem. You might remember this place if you stay in Kolkata
There has been around more than 14 million first time voters in “YOUNG INDIA” and this general election marked the LARGEST VOTER TURNOUT ever in the history of our country. It seems like India has been never as young as it is today. And this largest voter turnout substantiates the fact, which this new government cannot ignore; that it needs to create an ecosystem of jobs otherwise it would be sunk completely.
WHAT LED TO DECLINE IN JOBS
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“Non-Performing Assets” or simply “bad loans” rose by 38% or by Rs. 35424 crore in the first 6 months of FY 14. On 31st March, 2013 NPA were Rs. 93,109 crore which rose to Rs. 1,28,553 crore as on 30th September, 2013. Source: A study by NPAsoucre.com. It keeps on swallowing the larger chunks of our budget. The UPA government allocated Rs.11,200 crore to Public Sector Banks in the interim budget but the current budget didn’t spelled out the amount ear marked for 2014-15
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