Close Indian parliament and all the state assemblies for 3 months and ask all the MLAs and MPs including ministers to leave their government accommodations by keeping their official vehicles and security behind and go home and take rest. Let the bureaucrats to run the show for this period.
India can save more money to purchase not only oil but everything and Rupee value will automatically come up.Nothing is going to happen if a bunch people keep their Maruti at home. At the same time these people will become more vulnerable to pick pocketing, rape attempts, police abuse, physical assault, respiratory deceases and fever of several flavours.
From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 2, 2013 12:35 PM
Subject: Re: [www.keralites.net] How to stop the Rupee slide: some brill from PC Abraham
Very good idea but who will organise such a colosal plan to teach a lesson to the oil lobby. Every month one week all the private vehicles be at home come what may except for medical needs.
Every time cost is increased NOT thinking about the reality. It s a pitty that the public is just ONLOOKERS.
PL do something.
SRK,DelhiSent on my BlackBerry® from VodafoneFrom: kartha chandrasekharan <firstname.lastname@example.org>Sender: Keralites@yahoogroups.comDate: Sun, 1 Sep 2013 22:59:51 +0800 (SGT)ReplyTo: Keralites@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [www.keralites.net] How to stop the Rupee slide: some brill from PC AbrahamLet all Indians stop their vehicles from the road for one week. None should take them for any reason except for medical needs. Or Govt. can give compulsory holiday for the nation to minimize the fuel consumption, thereby we can save present dilemma. Nothing will happen if we don't work for a week, like National moaning for some reason for a few days. Don't spend a single rupee for the fuel for a week.
From: Keralites Mails <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, 1 September 2013 6:52 PM
Subject: [www.keralites.net] How to stop the Rupee slide: some brill from PC Abraham
If Manmohen Sing and Soniy are capable enough to bring 100 countries together to for devaluation 'so called game', they are smart. Now the opposition cry that there is no super glue with central government to stick Rupee against US $. Have they got? When US had problem no other country suffered that much. Now it is turned against 100 odd countries. This is a problem we have to handle with careful calculation of Currency and Gold flow. It happens when, Salary increase every year, giving Bonus without profit making, circulation of Fake currency as good as original from neighboring countries, Huge bribe and Black Money, Cost Escalated contracts with the influence of politicians, and collect salary without hard work. We are all part in this either by taking or giving. Let us wait and see. Abraham.
From: KUMAR RATNA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Keralites@yahoogroups.com" <Keralites@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 27 August 2013 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: [www.keralites.net] How to stop the Rupee slide: some brilliant solutions..
This is all the game plan of congress Govt. This method has been adopted by the Cong Govt. every time they felt that they will not be elected back to power. This method they see to it that which ever other Party comes to rule the country will not be able to sustain itself with the international burden and succumb to the Whims and fancies of the Dollar. This is the best method by which you can rule and eat up the country for the next coming years after the next Govt falls.
The best method to increase the value of Rupee against Dollar is that let the Citizens of India realize the loss caused by the US and abstain from going to US for just 15 days. Then watch the fun. Your each Rupee will be valued with dignity.
From: krishnan iyer <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2013 12:25 AM
Subject: [www.keralites.net] How to stop the Rupee slide: some brilliant solutions..
How to lift the Rupee from its dumps..Every news channel, every newspaper, every economist worth his/her salt has a panacea to stop the rupee tailspin and bring back some sanity. All, either shooting in the dark or vague, wishy-washy solutions – the TOI, the "world's largest paper", so the high priest of journalism grandly recently wrote the country needs 'structural changes" without pinpointing what they are.Amidst all these cacophony, only HT's Chanakya (Sunday, 25/8/13) gives concrete steps that, to one, seem to work…"This situation calls for a change in script. What we need are big bang measure that take effect immediately – as opposed to stpes that will begin to bear fruit six months later – to lift sentiment. Traditional monetary measures have failed and incremental steps to stop dollar outflows have proved counter-productive.First, ban gold and silver imports (for, say, six to nine months). This will tell the world that India is serious about addressing its current account deficit problem. (Me: Gold import now attracts custom duty at about 30%. This won't work, given an average Indian's appetite for gold regardless of its price. By banning imports, the price in the country may further escalate. So what? Let the Indians be ready pay for it)Raise petrol and diesel prices by Rs.4-5 per litre to help the government to pare its deficit.Set aside $25-30 billion from India's foreign exchange reserves to defend the rupee against speculators. (Me: This is a suggestion put forward by Montek Ahluwalia, the Dy. Planning Commission Chairman).Settle the Vodafone tax case to signal to the world that their investments here will not be subject to whimsical and politically-motivated policy changes. (Me: absolutely spot-on. The proposal to tax Vodafone billions of dollars on their acquisition of the then cellphone brand, Hutch, from the Hongkong-based company was the single most important factor that stopped MNCs in their tracks from making further investments in the country. Our policy makers and/or the tax sleuths are singularly myopic)Force real estate companies to cut prices to make housing affordable. This sector has linkages with more than 200 industries. And if it revives, it will set off a virtuous cycle by generating demand in hundreds of feeder industries. (Me: the real-estate companies have been exceedingly greedy and been jacking up prices every two months so much so flats have become unaffordable to middle-class buyers.)(Me: All one can say is, Wah! Wah!!)
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