Indians behave like damn fools by inviting foreign investments. विदेशी पूंजीदारों को आह्वान दे कर, भारतीय मूर्खातिमूर्ख के रीती चल रहे हैं। విదేశీ పెట్టుబడిదారులను ఆహ్వానించి భారతీయులు మూర్ఖాతి మూర్ఖులు లాగా ప్రవర్తిస్తున్నారు.
Question, प्रश्न, ప్రశ్న Prove what you say. आप उक्तियों को प्रमाण साक्ष्य दिखायिये మీరు వ్రాస్తున్న దానికి సాక్ష్యం చూపండి.
See the full page advertisement of BMW Cars released by the Car Company in Deccan Chronicle dated 11th July 2015. Full page advertisements on the title page, push the main news of the page to 3rd page of a newspaper. Second page, again a full page ad. was used by a Cosmetics Manufacturer.
दक्कन क्रानिकल् अखबार दिनांक 11.०७.२०१५ पहले पृष्ठ आप देखीये। बी ऎम् डब्ल्यू कार कंपॆनी फुल पॆज विज्ञापन देखीये। दुसरे फूल पृष्ठ में एक कास्मॆटिक कंपॆनी अपने विज्ञापन छापा। मॆयिन पेज शीर्ष वार्ता कहां गये ? तीसरे पेज को गये।
దక్కన్ క్రానికల్ దిన పత్రిక 11.7.2015 మొదటి పేజీ చూడండి. పేజీ మొత్తాన్ని బీ ఎమ్ డబ్ల్యూ కార్ల కంపెనీ వాళ్ళు కొని పారేశారు. రెండవ పేజీని ఒక కాస్మెటిక్స్ కంపెనీ కొని పారేసింది. ముఖ్యవార్తలన్నీ ఎక్కడికి వెళ్ళాయి ? మూడో పేజీలోకి వెళ్ళాయి.
Even in distributing these advertisements, do the Foreign Car makers follow any rationalistic policy? They do not appear to have any reason or rhyme. Proof: The same BMW Company gave TWO FULL PAGES ADvertisement to the Hindu. In other words, both the first and the second pages of the Hindu 11.7.2015 are for BMW cars. Why the car Company could not treat The Hindu and The Deccan Chronicle equally? For two pages ad., the Car Company might have paid double the amount paid to D.C. Why this step-motherly treatment? It shows that some Vyapam like Scams are going on in big Corporates and the Media, in distributing the advertisements. If circulation and readership were the criteria, in South India, both the Hindu and Deccan Chronicle seem to have equal circulation.
Everybody knows that the Hindu is a richer and powerful newspaper published from Chennai, with a 100% business-orientation, whereas DC seems to have some problems. Corporate advertisements can also serve as (re)suscitation to beleagured newspapers. Then, natural justice requires that BMW should have given two page ads to both the newspapers, or if that is not possible, they should have given two page ad to DC, and one page ad to the Hindu.
India does not make its own newsprint 100% indigenously. It imports bulk of its needs. Concessional tariff is extended to Indian newspapers under the assumption that the INdian Press is doing some social service, albeit, while taking care of its business. Does it mean that newsprint should be wasted for printing useless luxury car advertisements? How many INdians need luxury cars? HOw many INdians can buy these luxury cars?
Why the foreign car makers are trying to market all their produce in INdia? Why can't they export at least 80% of their production? If they are really trying to export cars made by them in INdia, there should be no need for them to sell them in INdia. Only some garish politicians, corrupt bureaucrats, film stars, cricketers, industrialists handling shady deals, real-estate boom land sellers and builders have the money to shell out for these luxury cars. INdian roads are narrow. With 1.27 billion people in the country, every inch is occupied. Every street and HIghway is crowded.
What we need is, cheap and efficient public transport. NOt luxury cars.
Every INdian should develop a keen interest in understanding the economic problems haunting this country, and find solutions which can serve public interest. Pampering to the DESIRES of a few obscenely rich buyers will do great harm to the ethical fabric of this country.
LEARN FROM GREECE EXPERIENCE Comfortable Foreign Exchange Reserves Position which INdia has today, is not a result of its EARNINGS AND RESERVE BUILDING. They are the left overs of the foreign investments received into INdia, after making payments for our imported fuels, edible oils, Chinese Electronics, wines, etc. etc. Fortunately, foreign investors, for various reasons at present are not ready to take back their funds. Nevertheless, we must always keep in mind our forex reserves are less than our liabilities, though our liabilities are not DECLARED LIABILITIES. The trick which Manmohan Singh, Jasvant Singh, Yasvant Sinha, Chidambaram, Pranab Mukherjee, and other Indian Finance Ministers employed between 1991 and 2015 is a sort of Reverse Leverage, replacing undeclared external debt with foreign investments.
We shall see this REUTERS news, about Greece newspapers running out of stock of news print: Click to go to Reuters
Greek newspapers are running out of paper and have reduced the number of pages printed. ...Our supplier can't provide us with it, as it is stuck in customs. He can't pay the foreign suppliers, as bank transfers are blocked..., Empros daily's chief executive Manolis Manolas, told Reuters.
"...The newspaper you hold in your hands numbers only 32 pages because the stock of printing paper will last for just a few days and it will not be possible to get a fresh supply through customs because of the bank holiday. ..."
Do we want the INdian newspapers also face the same fate? Why waste news print on useless luxury car and cosmetic advertisements!
(To continue सशेष ఇంకా ఉంది.).