Give me Rāṣṭram, give my esteemed people Rāṣṭram, O Holy waters. This UIOS is the Vedic Rāṣṭram, NaMo.

What could these tough decisions be that NaMo has tweeted about?
Narendra Modi ‏@narendramodi  22h
Time has come to take tough decisions in the interest of the nation. Whatever decisions we take will be solely guided by national interest.
I don’t want to second-guess the Swarajyam revolutionary leader but I can recount the decisions necessitated by the rotten SoniaG regime which NaMo has inherited.
Madhav is right in advising Arun Jaitley to use the talents of patriots of Bharatam who are knowledgeable about the economy. 
SoniaG regime has left the fiscal and financial system of the nation in utter shambles.
The gargantuan loot indulged in during the last 10 years is larger than the loot of the British colonial regime. This loot is exemplified by what Ramjethmalani has computed to be the SoniaG family loot to be $. 1500 b (a meagre Rs. 90 lakh crores, that is, about 45 times the 2G scam). What tough decisions will NaMo to restitute the loot first bring the monies into India’s financial system, then prosecute the looters and give marching orders to Tihar through fast-track courts. A success in this restitution effort will render the financial management a lot easier and put the nation on its fast track growth path to reach the contribution India made in 1 CE (pace Angus Maddison).
The loot is ongoing, NaMo, thanks to a financial derivate called Participatory Note (P-Note for short). This is daylight hawala loot to take money out of the country into tax havens and reroute some of it through derivative instruments certified by western money brokers, professionally called fund managers like Morgan Stanley or Fidelity et al. This are comparable to the Rupee notes issued by RBI but are denominated in USDollars without naming the beneficiaries of the instruments. This is an utter violation of the fundamental principle in financial propriety: KNOW YOUR CLIENT. Who owns these P-Notes? It is not unlikely that some of them are also owned by terror operatives as was noted by the then National Security Adviser.
Chamchagiri runs riot in all walks of life, thanks to SonoaG’s consistent suversion of every single Constitutional institution. Is it naieve on the part of NaMo to assume change of heart among these chamchagiri operatives and allow them to be lined up for undertaking Mission NaMo, Mission Shreshtha Bharat?
The segment of Indian economy named famously by Prof. R. Vaidyanathan of IIM Bengaluru as India Unincorporated (India Uninc., for short) is the bedrock of the economy but all attention of FMs from Manmohan, PC downwards has been orchestrated to pamper the so called India Inc. entities who are only the fringe operatives of the economy engaged in their own profit-making endeavors with little regard for social responsibility and concern for the poor people of the nation, about whom NaMo has talked about again and again. In fact, he promised that the loot will be brought back and distribute to the poor. Do IT, NaMo. Get your team to focus on this distribution exercise.
Do NOT repeat the mistakes of the colonial regime hangovers which have been represented by the SoniaG regime types and even earlier regimes immediately after India got her independence in 1947. The economy we have is a state-managed economy to benefit the capital subversives. The song and dance have been orchestrated by World Bank-IMF derivative psedo-economists and fiancial experts to stage-manage the economy to benefit the India Inc. to the utter disregard and in utter disdain of India Uninc.
Can we hope that this disdain will be given up? What will be the indicators of tough decision-making? Will the NaMo economic regime build up the Hindu Undivided Family and all Indian families by providing tax reliefs for the expenses incurred on education and health of FAMILY members?  Will the India Uninc. be saved from the money-sharks who deny them working capital to  run their businesses efficiently and effectively?
More power to you, NaMo in your penchant for tough decisions. The people are with you. All it takes to retain their confidence in you is to start delivering on the promises made. Start now, start getting people to help you in managing the nation’s financial system.
The President’s address to the Jt. Session of Parliament is a splendid start. Start now, start delivering on the thorium technology initiative by announcing a thorium-based nuke doctrine, by announcing the National Water Grid Authority and steps to form United Indian Ocean States (UIOS) for TransAsian Railway and Highway systems and management of Himalayan-glacier-fed rivers of UIOS — starting with moving Brahmaputra flood waters to Kanyakumari through Farakka, Subarnarekha, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, Palar, Pennar, Cauvery, Vaippar, Gundar rivers. Call it what you will, bring waters 24X7 to every farm, every home with tap water, following SC (3-judge bench headed by CJI) roadmap for monitoring Committee to get the Grid in place in 3 years’ time.
Good luck. With your determination and anugraham of Bharata Maataa, everything is possible. 
Rāṣṭram me datta Rāṣṭramamushmai datta svāha is the refrain. This means, give me Rāṣṭram, give my esteemed people Rāṣṭram, O Holy waters. This UIOS is the Vedic Rāṣṭram, NaMo.
In the Rajasuya ritual water from various sources is collected and is sanctified with these mantras (before Abhisheka is done on the Yajamana) and Rashtra is sought from waters of various sources (from 16 sources. Eg from -sarasvati river, from the rains, from well etc..).  Along with water of each source the mantra Rāṣṭradā Rāṣṭram me datta.. is repeated.


M.D Nalapat is the Editorial Director of TheSunday Guardian.
The people expect change, Mr Jaitley
What Jaitley needs is a clutch of individuals who understand ground reality in India, and who have ample stocks of common sense.

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley speaks in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Tuesday. PTI
his columnist is not among the fortunates who have had extensive interaction with Finance & Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, despite having known this very personable of politicians for 25 years. The man who is widely considered as having the second most important job in the country after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has invariably been courteous, and with a boyish sense of humour. Such warmth contrasts with his predecessor, the dour if cerebral Palaniappan Chidambaram, who seemed to view most of those who floated into his space as nuisances or as nincompoops. Although Chidambaram showed himself to be innovative in his 1997-98 budget, cutting tax rates and calling for an amnesty designed to bring black money into the tax, that spirit had clearly been drained out of him in his second incarnation as the Union Finance Minister. Much to the joy of the BJP, Chidambaram refused to lower tax rates, and instead re-established the punitive tax regime favoured by Indira Gandhi, perhaps in homage to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi. From the 1997 Dream Budget to his UPA-period “nightmare” budgets, Chidambaram came a long way, and contributed in no small measure to the present pitiful tally of his party in the Lok Sabha. Voters swarmed to the BJP because of their certainty that Prime Minister Modi would usher in change, an expectation fed by the powerful invocation to progressive policies repeated by Narendra Modi in venue after venue.
The 2014-15 Union Budget will be the clearest indication that change has indeed come to India, now that Narendra Modi has replaced Manmohan Singh as the lawful occupant of 7 Race Course Road. Finance Minister Jaitley will need to go beyond the advice given to him by a Chidamabarised (i.e. non-innovative) bureaucracy, or by “experts” chained to theories that have ceased to be valid even in the faraway locations where they were thought up. When Jaitley’s predecessor spoke of his Harvard connection, what was forgotten was the fact that those from the Ivy League have presided over some of the most disastrous mistakes made by US administrations, such as getting into Vietnam in the 1960s or creating the conditions which resulted in the financial crash of 2008. What Jaitley needs is a clutch of individuals who understand ground reality in India, and who have ample stocks of commonsense. The very qualities, in fact, that Prime Minister Modi has demonstrated so convincingly over his years in office.
Hothouse experts and timid officials will ask the Finance Minister to hold off from tax cuts or other “unorthodox” measures, hoping that he will follow in the pedestrian path of P. Chidambaram and retain high rates and complex rules. Should Arun Jaitley follow such a route, he would be throwing ice-cold water on the tens of millions of taxpayers who voted for Narendra Modi. What is needed is much lower tax rates, not simply a cosmetic cut. At the same time, “low impact high incidence” taxes such as the Securities Transaction Tax need to be retained. What is needed is faith in the entrepreneurial spirit of the Indian businessperson, so that he or she is given a tax and policy framework conducive to growth, rather than remain subject to a barrage of restrictions and imposts designed to feed the craving for control (and thereby bribes) of a colonial-era bureaucracy.
If any single event has the potential to decide the way in which expectations will travel now that Modi has been given the parliamentary majority he asked for to complete the job of putting the economy on track for 15% growth, it is the first Union Budget of the Modi period. A very heavy responsibility rests on Arun Jaitley to ensure that the promise of change made by the Prime Minister gets carried out rather than thrown into the wastebasket, the way so many political promises have been in the past. The changeover from Sonia-Manmohan to Modi is anything but routine, and it is during the initial months that expectations will set, either be shown to be justified, or give way to disillusionment and despondency.
As Prime Minister Modi well knows, confidence and optimism among the public is essential to the success of his vision for a prospering and peaceful India. The coming Union Budget will be core to ensuring the creation of just such a spirit.
Guest • 2 hours ago

It is good that the FM enjoys the PM’s complete confidence. Many difficult decisions will need to be taken to restore the economy to health, as the PM has indicated in Goa. A cut in the direct tax slabs would undoubtedly be welcome but, given the strained public finances, one would not bet on it.

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The Conspiracy that we patriots have to thwart! Eternal vigilence is the price of liberty!

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Who is more corrupt?

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Chidambaram has left behind a sick economy — S. Gurumurthy

By S Gurumurthy
Published: 03rd April 2014 06:00 AM
Last Updated: 03rd April 2014 07:47 AM
BJP leader Yashwant Sinha had last week criticised Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram for “running to the ground” a well-run economy and being “a spoiler”. Chidambaram passionately responded. If his response were to be reworded in appropriate places it would read thus: ‘When I was the Finance Minister from 2004 till October 2008, the economy was roaring with 8.5 per cent growth, touching a historic high of 9.3 per cent.
‘One, of every parameter, 2007-8 was the most outstanding year in India’s history– forex reserves crossed $309 billion, fiscal deficit limited at 2.9 per cent, savings was the highest at 36.8 per cent and GDP growth was the highest at 9.3 per cent. Then Pranab Mukherjee took over. The global downturn occurred in 2008-9 and 2009-10 when he gave tax concessions. The concessions should have been pulled back in 2011 itself but not done, which was Pranab’s mistake. I became the Finance Minister again in 2012 and I began doing it. Had it been done earlier by Pranab the results would have been visible last year, instead of now. The economy is now stable, the fundamentals have strengthened– the fiscal deficit is 4.6 per cent, forex reserves $300 billion, with an expected addition of another $25 billion and current account deficit originally estimated at $60 billion would be lower, $35 billion.’
Far from defending the UPA, Chidambaram merely explained how well he had done as Finance Minister and how badly Pranab had fared. Chidambaram has been Finance Minister for three-fourths of the 10-year UPA rule and Pranab, for only a quarter of the UPA regime.
But Pranab, occupying the Rashtrapathi Bhavan, is disabled from defending himself. But then is Chidambaram matchless in economic performance and faultless in crisis management, as he claims? First take the external sector, which dented the economy with current account deficit, knocked down the rupee value and caused the crisis.
Chidambaram gloats over the forex reserves touching $300 billion and projected to rise to $325 billion before the UPA term ends. But he would not utter a word about almost the four-fold rise in foreign debt from $112.6 billion in 2004 to $426 billion by December 2013. Nor utter a word about the rise in the short-term debt by 26 times from $5 billion to $106 billion – from 4 per cent to a quarter of the debt. Or about the rise in external commercial borrowings by six times from $22 billion in 2004 to $121 billion by 2013 or trade credit by 22 times from $4 billion to $87 billion. Or about the foreign debt to GDP ratio from 18 per cent in 2004 to 21 per cent in December 2013.
Despite all this, the secret behind the reduction in the current account deficit that Chidambaram gloats over is not the rise in exports or in foreign investment, but additional deposits of $23 billion [read borrowings] from Non Resident Indians, at high interest. But this is just half the external sector story. The other half brings out how the UPA decade was not just a lost decade but a decade of destruction.
During the UPA tenure, the current account deficit topped $360 billion– approximately half of which occurred when Chidambaram was the Finance Minister and the other half when Pranab headed the Ministry of Finance(MoF). But Chidambaram’s entry as Finance Minister signalled the start of the current account deficit from 2004-5.
The earlier two years under the NDA yielded current account surplus of $22 billion after almost 25 years of continuous current account deficits. Chidambaram had praised the NDA for leaving a robust external balance. But the UPA inflicted a current account deficit of $360 billion in 10 years. Sinha is right.
Chidambaram started the UPA work of spoiling the external sector. When he left as Finance Minister in October 2008, the country had incurred a current account deficit of over $60 billion.
When he came back he added another $125 billion. It is the current account deficit, which knocked off the rupee value by almost half. The rupee was 45 to a dollar and it fell to almost Rs 68 to a dollar by August 2013. Just eight months earlier The Economist magazine [2.1.2013] had said that the real value of the rupee was 19.75 to the dollar! The fall of the rupee coincided with the return of Chidambaram as Finance Minister in 2012.
Every additional rupee paid for a dollar means higher oil price of `10,000 crore annually. The fall of 23 rupees to the dollar would have cost the country `2.3 lakh crore extra oil bill.
Chidambaram launched a broadside against oil and gold imports as the culprit for the high current account deficit. But net oil imports for the UPA’s nine years ended 2014 was $515 billion and net gold imports was $161 billion. It was capital goods import which vaulted to $587 billion– out of which over $400 billion imports occurred when Chidambaram was the Finance Minister and the balance $181 billion under Pranab.
Instead of making the economy rise, capital goods import knocked down the domestic capital goods sector by 10 per cent and brought down manufacturing growth from 11.5 per cent to 2.9 per cent in 2012-13. The current account deficit of $360 billion also meant that much reductionin the nominal GDP growth as that much prosperity moved out of the country.
To make it worse, more than half this deficit became China’s trade surplus from India– equal to three years of China’s defence spending. Now come to employment. The Planning Commission Data Book dated March 10, 2014 shows [p110] that the NDA rule between 1999-2004 had generated 60.7 million jobs in five years. But the UPA, in the six years from 2004 to 2010 generated– believe it– just 2.7 million jobs. A mere 37,500 jobs per month! The NDA had added 21.25 million jobs in agriculture in five years. In six years, the UPA reduced 15.7 million jobs in agriculture. In manufacturing, the NDA had added 11.7 million jobs in five years. In six years, the UPA brought down the manufacturing jobs by 7.23 million. Most of the destruction of jobs occurred in Chidambaram’s period.

The UPA added 14 million jobs in the next two years, 2010-11 and 2011-12. But that was not under Chidambaram. But under Pranab! Under the UPA rule the rupee lost 35-50 per cent of its value. Foreign debt rose by four times. Forex reserves which were two and half times foreign debt is now just three-fourths of the debt. Imports of capital goods rose and destroyed the manufacturing base of India. And yet Chidambaram claims that he has left behind a healthy economy. Is that so Mr Chidambaram?

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Following pages describe and expose a hidden conspiracy between RULING PARTY, GANG KEJRIWAL and MEDIA.
Gang Kejriwal formed an organization named Kabir and is acquiring foreign funding since 2005. Documentary evidences prove this fact. Kabir used those foreign funds for political purpose which is serious violation of FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation ACT). Kabir used foreign funding for media initiative as well. They almost bought most of the air time and print media through foreign funding. They called it as ‘MEDIA INITIATIVE FOR RTI’. Consistent appearance of Kejriwal and Gang kejriwal on television was actually born out of Kabir and Media partnership, which is one more serious FCRA violation.
From initial stages of Kabir, Parivartan (or any other Gang Kejriwal’s NGO), Home Ministry, Ministry of External Affairs was very lenient and soft as if they were partners in this conspiracy. At the height of it Government filed completely false affidavit in Delhi High Court (given below). This is exact contradictory to Kabir (Inspection of foreign contribution record’ (given below).
No government agency or opposition party or any person/organization is keen to take serious legal action against this biggest scam since independence by Kejriwal and his gang. In fact RULING PARTY misguided High Court in their affidavit to give Gang Kejriwal asafe passage from sedition.
Here our team member BIRBAL has contacted Ford Foundation and tried to trace the missing account books of Kabir Foundation for 2005-2007 (Though it is recorded elsewhere, we have solid documentary evidences). Ford Foundations answers were unsatisfactory and they too tried to carpet skeletons of Gang Kejriwal’s cupboard. The entire correspondence with Ford Foundation is given below. BIRBAL’S identity is under wraps hence the correspondents name doesn’t appear.
The whole jigsaw puzzle of Kejriwal’s conspiracy against people of India is conspired with cooperation of ruling party and part of ruling media. Now it is crystal clear that even opposition parties are not keen or interested in exploring the biggest anti-national scam of Gang Kejriwal.
The question arises WHY?
I will come back to you with more very soon.
Raju Parulekar
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Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Leader, BJP || The Maverick Neta

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Arrested Indian Mujahideen terrorist spills ISI plot to hit India elections

Top Indian Mujahideen terrorist Zia Ur Rehman alias Waqas

Top Indian Mujahideen terrorist Zia Ur Rehman alias Waqas

New Delhi: Indian Mujahideen terrorist Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas has, in a startling disclosure to the intelligence agencies, revealed that Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence was working on an ambitious plan to disrupt the Lok Sabha elections by carrying out high intensity explosions, including using ‘human bombs’.

During custodial interrogation, Waqas further said that the ISI was specifically planning to target the Hindi heartland of UP, Bihar, Rajasthan and MP, mainly because the IM has a formidable network of sleeper cells in these states, which the ISI has now roped in.

Waqas, a resident of Pakistan, is considered an expert in assembling improvised explosive devices. He was to supply IEDs to different terror modules for explosions during the polls. Various terror modules, sources added, were specifically directed to target BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. In fact, a plan was finalised to target Mr Modi’s convoy when he went to file his nomination papers in Varanasi constituency.

The head of IM’s India operations, Tehseen Akhtar alias Monu, who managed to escape, was another major conspirator in this plan.

Investigators feel that with the smashing of this IM module, the ISI’s plans may have suffered a major setback. But the fact that Tehseen could escape has the security agencies worried.

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