Wednesday, August 8, 2012

At least a generation gap the ATM revolution took place in India compared to America.

Atalji's wise words: "Tragically, morality and ethics are at a discount in politics today, not only in India but countries across the world." 

New Finance Minister's new mantra: "I would like to make it clear that the burden of fiscal correction must be shared, fairly and equitably, by different classes of stakeholders. The poor must be protected and others must bear their fair share of the burden. Obviously, adjustments must be made both on the revenue side and on the expenditure side.

Niranjan of The MINT wonders whether Finance Minister is musing to increase the tax bases?

Instead of making useful sense of argument, they start fighting among themselves (1, 2) from the day one. The case in point is the review committee constituted for revisiting cartoons in school textbooks. Don't forget, all in the name of poor 'dalits'!!

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