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खूब भाया हमें आपका रंग , चकित रह गए सब देख आपका ढंग

लेकिन एक बात का गम है , सरकारी दफ्तरों पर तो जन लोक पाल बड़ा दबंग है

परन्तु भारतीय निजी दफ्तर भी नहीं भ्रष्टाचार में कुछ कम

ये भी कही न कही भ्रष्टाचार में है संलिप्त

हमें बताये कब आप लिखेंगे इनपर भी अपनी स्क्रिप्ट

इनकी ओर भी कुछ ध्यान देने की कृपा कर इनका भी कर दे चरित्र थोडा लिफ्ट

और निजी दफ्तरों से जुड़े हर एक वर्ग को भी दे दो अपनी ओर से एक और गिफ्ट.

Let me give you an example of how dreadful it could be :

A doctor, wanting more money to better provide for his family, raises his fees. By raising his fee, it makes health care more expensive for everyone. Now, it hurts the poor people the most, so poor people have worse health than those with money..

Because the doctors raise their rates, the attorneys raise their rates. Because the attorneys’ rates have gone up, schoolteachers want a raise, which raises our taxes, and on and on and on. Soon, there will be such a horrifying gap between the rich and the poor that chaos will break out and another great civilization will collapse. Great civilizations collapsed when the gap between the haves and havenots was too great. We are on the same course, proving once again that history repeat itself because we do not learn from history. We only memorize historical dates and name, not the lesson.

The learning should be that the schools or educational institute should teach people about money and how to harness money’s power than to focus on teaching people to work for money.

Just heard on one of the FM Channels and pondered on google to find out this.

Sachin Tendulkar is the first man to crack 200 in one-days but he was not the first to reach the mark.
That honour, and the distinction of still being the highest individual run scorer in the format, belongs to Australian batswoman Belinda Clark.
Her feat dates back to December 16, 1997 when Clark, now 39, broke past the barrier to register 229 not out off 155 balls against a depleted Denmark side.
As fate and its quirks would have it, she played this innings in Tendulkar’s backyard — MIG Cricket Club — during a Women’s World Cup match.
While Tendulkar’s achievement was witnessed and applauded by millions around the world, Clark’s magic knock was not even telecast.

This by no means make Tendulkar’s achievement any lower but just a fact!

Sportsmen like Sachin Tendulkar, Jugraj Singh and Leander Paes are hard to find. Also, I am not denying the fact that there could be more who are not in the lime light.

The new value-added tax (VAT) rule introduced by the European Union from January this year, will make offshoring costlier for banking
and healthcare customers in the region by up to 15%, and squeeze margins of India’s top tech firms including Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys and Wipro.
Starting January 1,2010, the 27-nation bloc has imposed value-added tax (VAT) on services delivered from non-EU nations such as India, a move which will put a renewed squeeze on the profit margins of these tech firms.
Meanwhile, countering the rationale for high billing, Nasscom president Som Mittal said, “VAT ruling which came into effect in January was to harmonise tax regime across EU as every country including Germany, Belgium and France had their own VAT structure. Since an Indian outsourcing services provider does not cater to the end user, an EU customer may offset VAT being paid to the former against VAT charged to the end users. So there’s no question of pressure building up on billing rates.”
The captive market witnessed significant activity and 40 new captives were announced during the quarter, with most of them being in Asia.

The new value-added tax (VAT) rule introduced by the European Union from January this year, will make offshoring costlier for banking and healthcare customers in the region by up to 15%, and squeeze margins of India’s top tech firms including Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys and Wipro.
Starting January 1,2010, the 27-nation bloc has imposed value-added tax (VAT) on services delivered from non-EU nations such as India, a move which will put a renewed squeeze on the profit margins of these tech firms.
Meanwhile, countering the rationale for high billing, Nasscom president Som Mittal said, “VAT ruling which came into effect in January was to harmonise tax regime across EU as every country including Germany, Belgium and France had their own VAT structure. Since an Indian outsourcing services provider does not cater to the end user, an EU customer may offset VAT being paid to the former against VAT charged to the end users. So there’s no question of pressure building up on billing rates.”
The captive market witnessed significant activity and 40 new captives were announced during the quarter, with most of them being in Asia.

Private equity investors in the country’s top back-office firm Genpact have initiated talks to explore a potential acquisition of Intelenet Global Services.
The talks are being held between financial investors at Genpact and Blackstone, which holds a little under 80% in Intelenet,
The acquisition is of interest to Genpact because of the ability to derisk its revenues, which are still significantly dependent on its one-time parent, General Electric (GE), and consequently improve valuations. GE contributes around 40% of Genpact’s revenues. “Intelenet’s India business is the chief attraction to Genpact, but Blackstone is not willing to sell that alone,The potential transaction value could be $600-750 million.
Genpact, a late entrant to the India market, has not been very successful in scaling up its domestic business. Intelenet, on the other hand, has an established domestic BPO business under Sparsh BPO, an acquisition it made in 2006. Sparsh is listed on the domestic stock exchanges and had a net profit of Rs 48 lakh on revenues of Rs 61 crore for the September 2009 quarter, according to a BSE filing.
In 2008, GE extended its master services agreement (MSA) with Genpact, ensuring a committed volume of business to Genpact, but concurrently advanced the expiration date of the provision requiring it to hold a minimum number of shares in the back-office firm from December 2009 to March 2009. Last week, it announced yet another extension of the MSA through the end of 2016, but business is not growing substantially beyond this, especially in IT where GE is seeking other vendors, according to executives with IT vendors that do work with GE.

A new study based on computer models has suggested that India is sinking into the Earth’s mantle.

Scientists have been mystified by the fact that the Himalayan mountain range is still growing, despite the fact that the India tectonic plate has been slamming into the Eurasia plate from the past 50 million years.

According to a report in Discovery News, a new study, led by Fabio Capitanio of Monash University in Australia, based on computer models of the two plates shows that the formation and continued growth of the world’s highest mountain range makes the most sense if a dense piece of India is down in the mantle, dragging the rest of the continent down with it.

That may not sound so weird, but continents are buoyant; they’re supposed to float, not sink.

All the subduction that is heard about all over the world is dense ocean crust sinking underneath continents.

But the situation in the Himalayas is different.

It’s as though two cars collided, and one started to sink into the pavement.