Sunday, December 20, 2009

But... We are genuinely concerned

Have you met a category of people who are just too concerned of your wellbeing.. Or about kya aap bachpan se hi aise hai?? i mean those who are not too close to you but still so worried.... uuiii maa
Few of my experiences:
- At office... i was a very quiet breed of creatures... talking to the point.. no unnecessary talks...
so one of my colleagues asked "kya tu friends ke saath bhi aise hi rehti hai"
haa haa mujhe to bhagwaan ne feviquick ka promotion karne paida kiya hai na... unless i am close to someone i wud rather keep things to myself..
- ek aunty hai meri doooor ki.. meri mom se bahut chinta wyaqt ki... aapki beti Podar college mein padhi...humari unki bachi bhi waha padhi... wo to ekdum jhakas ho gayi.. aapki beti to waisi ki waisi hi hai..
to aap kya expect karte hai ji..
- ye sawal to mujhe do logon ne pooch liya hai... kya mere aur meri behen ke bhi jagde hote hai.. nahi nahi... bilkul bhi nahi.. hum to honeymoon travels ke wo supercreatures hai.. Aspi aur Zara... are yaar unmein bhi jagde ho jate hai film ke climax mein...
- ek mera cousin aya tha ghar... not too close to me... i mean hi.. hello types.. us din he asks me so what you want to do.. (knowing ki abhi maine job chod diya hai).. MBA karna hai.. i said... thinking bus iske aage koi questioning nahi hogi.. but nahi aaj to thaan li thi mera case lene ki.. MBA ...humn... par karna kya hai.. Finance i said... haa par karna kya hai.. are mere bhai tujhe pata hai tujhe kya karna hai.. mujhse poochke kya mere plans chori karna chahta hai :)) nahi i dont really mean this.. but itni concern kyu.. and he has joined his dads business.. mostly after grad...
i am concerned of people whom i care for.. are duniya bhar ke liye concern kya dikhana.. wo bhi jhoothi... but anyway thanks to all for their concern.. after all every comment is a learning...

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Aaj ki taaza khabar

May not be as taaza.. but waise bhi news channels bhi kaunsi taaza khabrein dete hai
anyway i am just putting this on blog so that i can kip looking at it again and again... and it fixes somewhere in some kopcha of my brain....

- India is ranked 134 th on UN Human development Index :( of the United Nations development program.. The index takes into account various parameters like poverty levels, literacy levels, gender related issues.. China, Sri Lanka and Bhutan ranked 92, 102 and 132 resp...
Top 10 constituted Norway (1st), Australia, Iceland, Canada, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, France, Switzerland and Japan...

- IMF sees strong medium term outlook for India.. It retained its projection for economic growth at 5.4 per cent in 2009...implying slower growth rate in second half of this calender year.. next year projection lowered by 0.1% to 6.4%.. this year 1st quarter and 2nd quarter growth rates 5.8% and 6.1% resp.
2008 - 7.3%
2007 - 9.4%

- According to Boston Consulting Group value of global mergers and acquisition deals is likely to drop by nearly 50% this year. The mergers and acquisitions space has witnessed only 12700 transactions with a combined valuation of mere USD 681 billion in the first 6 months of the year, with the number of deals dropping 17% from the same period in 2008.

- Net direct tax collections grew by 3.7% during the first six months of the current financial year to stand at Rs 152625 cr.. primarily guided by a 5.5% rise in corporate tax collections, reflecting an increase in corporate income.
Direct tax target for the year -
set by govt: 4,00,000 cr
original budget target: 3,70,000 cr

- Cumulative FDI inflows from 2001 till July 09 is USD 100.33 billion
Inflows for the first 4 months of the current fiscal = USD 10.49 billion
Major countries accounting for inflow - Singapore, UK, US and Netherlands
Sectors attracting FDI: service sector (max - 23% of the cumulative equity FDI inflows), followes by software, hardware, telecommunication and real estate)

- Current Mayor of Mumbai - Shraddha Jadhav (Shiv Sena)

- Engineering service Outsourcing to increase to USD 4o billion by 2020 from present level of USD 2.5 billion to USD 3 billion...

source: Nasscom newsletter