Rather than focusing on changing the name of India to Bharat, we all should work hard to root out corruption, communalism, favoritism, casteism and other ills so pervasive in our society...
A mere renaming of the country is not a panacea for getting rid of corruption...With Love and RegardJoseph AntonyYou try to see the best in everyone. But unhappy people are some of the hardest people to like. And that's because they don't like themselves much.
Cling to your imperfections, they are what make you unique
On Saturday, 12 October 2013 1:36 PM, kartha chandrasekharan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We must suggest changing our country's name from INDIA TO BHAARATH'and let us make BHAARATH a unique country, corruption free, bribing free place.( a dream may be)Can NAMO make it if he gets a chance to rule? We call this country 'Bhaarath' only when
Bhaarathu Bandu is declared. otherwise it is India alwayS. It is proved the other leaders can not do any better for a common man.
On Friday, 11 October 2013 4:06 PM, Gangadharan Nair N <email@example.com> wrote:
A beautiful article, but what is the solution. The tragedy is such that each MP represents an average 22.2 Lakh people and there are 104 countries in the world which do NOT have even 20 Lakh people. This shows the importance of each MP in INdia. But these MPs do NOT realise that. They are like Head of State or King of a small country. Last financial year the citizens have paid an amount of Rs. 25 Lakh crores towards direct & indirest taxes. If that amount is equally devided by the no of MPs it will be Rs. 6,000 crores per constituency. The half of that amount, Rs. 3,000 crores, is much more than sufficient for the development of each constituency provided a systematic and scientific system is implemented.On 10 October 2013 15:08, kartha chandrasekharan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yes, a common man can not do anything with kind of Pay Increase, Fuel rate increase, Cooking Gas rate increase with the result Price increase of all commodities etc etc. It is but very surprising to read from the mail that still all our representatives at State or Central are not happy with their salary, inspit of getting all allowance. Is there any Minister or MLA who can say 'Ok, this is enough for me and for my family, Let me save my country from the present situation.....................' I doubt we can find any one. Govt. employees get immediate pay increase very often. But what about a common man, who is not employed or get any pension or any other benefit from the Govt. The ruling and the opposition party convenientely forget them except when they ask or Vote.
I agree with Mr John Thomas that we get all this information because we are in a Democratic country , otherwise we all are kept under darkness and suffer.
But at the present condition who will save this country and save the people.
The debarred ministers know that once they will come out and they can live happily with the wealth they made during their tenure. They enjoy their life more safe when they are 'INSIDE' Is there any way to get the wealth back to the Govt or Agencies or Department they made through their wrong doing? This is also a Democracy!
Let our 'SUPREME JUDGE', theAlmighty take a decision and save us, the common man.
On Thursday, 10 October 2013 8:19 AM, John Thomas <email@example.com> wrote:
In democracy at least you can calculate how much the elected representatives are taking away.
But if it is autocracy or theocracy, there is will be no account of anything.
Citizens will be reduced to work, eat and make love level.
It doesn't mean that I support all these atrocities.
With all its problems, democracy is great. We the people are supposed to fight against the problems within democracy. Instead of voting for the same party for the entire life time, should show open mind to give a chance to new thoughts. Ballet is our weapon. Support people who come forward for a change. Do not buy sugar quoted, nice to hear opinions like we need only two party in the country, Congress and BJP. These people got their chances already and could not prove any difference in terms of governance as well as between themselves; it includes the left parties as well. This nation should give a chance for the AAP and Arvind Kagriwal, I think.
It is my opinion. You can agree or disagree.
On Wednesday, October 9, 2013 8:30 PM, Rajesh india <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Democracy in My country .......Who will assess these parliamentarians work whether they deserve what they are giving themselves ????????Parliament Secretariat must be having email sent for circulation to all MPsAn Important Issue!Indian government approves 200% MPs salary hike Still some MP's are unhappy.
Now , MP's take home salary is Rs 45 lakh per annum + other allowances.
TOTAL expense for a MP[having no qualification]per year :Rs.60,95,000
For534 MPs, the expensefor 1 year:
3254730000 X 5years =
Rs.1627,36, 50000( One Thousand six hundred crores plus..)
This is the present condition of our country:
1627 crores could make their lives livable!!
Think of the great democracy we haveDo MP's really need salary hike? Do they really wait for 30th of every month for salarycredits to their bank accounts, like we do every month ????FORWARDTHIS MESSAGE TO ALLREAL CITIZENSOF INDIA !!
Iknow hitting theDeletebutton is easier...but....try to press theFwdbutton & make people aware!PLz!!!
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