Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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311214- How World billionaires fared during 2014 Rich became richer in year of gloom (2014). The richest people on earth added to their collective fortune in the face of falling energy prices and geopolitical turmoil. 4.1 trillion-net worth of world`s 400 wealthiest billionaires on 29th Dec.2014. 25 billion-added by Jack Ma to the fortune, the biggest gainer this year, 2014. 10.6 billion USD -made by facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. How Indian billionaires fared in 2014 01. Mukesh Ambani from 661.3mm usd to 21.3 billion usd 02. Dilip Shanghvi from 4.2 billion usd to 16.9 billion usd 03. Pallonji shapoorji from 1.3 billion usd to 15.4 usd 04. Azim Premji from 56.7 million to 14.8 billion usd 05. Shiv Nadar from 2.1 billion usd to 12 billion usd 06. KM Birla from 2.1 billion usd to 6.6 billion usd 07. Uday Kotak from 2.5 billion usd to 6.6 billion usd 08. Anil Ambani from 1 billion usd to 5.8 billion usd 09. Cyrus Poonawalla from 1.2 billion to 5.2 billion usd 10. Gautam Adani from 2.1 billion usd to 5.1 billion usd Your views, comments are most welcome Kind Regards! Sunder T

Saturday, December 27, 2014

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sunderblogger: sunderblogger.sundercircle: India: 15m elderly Indians live alone and close to three-fourth of them are women. One in every seven elderly person in India lives in ...

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India: 15m elderly Indians live alone and close to three-fourth of them are women. One in every seven elderly person in India lives in a household where there is nobody below the age of 60. You can safely call this as a Lonely Country. Will appreciate if you mention same situation in your country and oblige. Thanks for your attention and time in visiting. Your feedback will encourage other members. Thanks. Kind Regards1 Sunder T

Friday, December 26, 2014

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261214- India`s LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) Schmed is the world`s larges social benefit drive. Other countries with direct benefit transfer schemes are as under: Brazil: Bolsa Familia (Largest project with 1.2 million beneficiaries) Mexico: Opprtunidades Jamaica: Programme of Advancement through Health & Education In India 2.3,000,000 LPG consumers were added and 1,8,000,000 or 75% of them were brought under the direct benefit transfer scheme since it was launched in 54 districts with a simplified mechanism of November 15, 2014. This information is only for the members of sundercircle. Kind Regards! Sunder T

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At the heart of Christmas is the message of "Peace on earth, goodwill to men" which evokes feelings of hope, kindness and benevolence- a sense of neighbourliness. It concurs with Jesus` directive to love our neighbours, even our enemies This seemingly difficult task becomes easy when we follow the Golden Rule from the Bible: "Treat other people exactly as you would like to be treated by them." This Rule demands pro-active loving and caring, not just fraining from negative behaviour. Our motives and act are then impelled by "the sweet amenities of (divine) Love.... in true brotherliness, charitableness, and forgiveness." writes Mary Baker Eddy. The result is unconditional love devoid of self-righteousness. There`s and additional benefit- new research reports that having goodwill to others actually makes your heart healthy. So express the heart of Christmas every day and experience the healing of heart, mind, body and soul- Annu Mattal. This is for information of members of sundercircle only (reproduced from DNA of 25th December, 2014. Kind Regards! Sunder T

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

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Mumbai: Road Transport & Safety Bill, 2014. this Bill seeks to save 200,000 lives over the next 5 years, add 4% to India`s GDP by reforming the transport sector and create over 1000,000 jobs. This is the first major legislation of Modi govt. Doubts are cast upon the Bill and its attempted disruption of state powers (vs the Central Govt.)Such orchestrated attacks not only the demonstrate the apathy of certain state governments towards the safety of their citizen, but also their ignorance of the fact that legislation around "mechanized" transport and its regulation is the exclusive domain of the Government of India. Kind Regards! Sunder T

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231214: Being Deeply Aware- Being aware does not mean learning and accumulating lessons from life; on the contrary, to be aware is to be without the scars of accumulated experience. After all, when the mind merely gathers experience according to it own wishes, it remains very shallow, superficial. A mind which is deeply observant does not get caught up in self-centered activities, and the mind is not observant if there is any action of condemnation or comparison. Comparison and condemnation do not bring understanding, rather they block understanding. To be aware is to observe, just to observe, without any self-identifying process. Such a mind is free of that hard core which is formed by self-centred activities. (This is what J Krishnamurti wrote in DNA on December 23, 2014 and is reproduced for the information of the members only). Kind Regards! Sunder T

Monday, December 22, 2014

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211214- 1.The Perfect Human - What does it take to create a life that`s so excellent its unbelievable? The Perfect Human Respects Work. Work is a means to grow stronger, bigger and better. A job`s just a job if you choose to see it as a job. All work is a means to express your awesome talent, beat your fears and produce gorgeous value for other human beings. 2. The Perfect Human Adores Family At the end, few things matter more than how well you loved those who love you. I adore my work. But even more, I adore, I adore my family. 3. The Perfect Human Savours Life. Albert Camus said it 10,000x better than I could on my best day: Live to The Point of Tears. TPH feels life, both the blessings and the sufferings. They all contain an ordinal form of utter beauty. This is what Robin sharma wrote in DNA on December 21, 2014. This is only for the information of the members. The author is the founder of Sharma International Inc. (SLI), a global consultancy. Kind Regards! Sunder T

Saturday, December 20, 2014

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sunderblogger: sunderblogger.sundercircle: 201214- Do not Judge: Judging others is one of our human weaknesses. We sometimes do this even withou sufficient evidence. We are often ...

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201214- Do not Judge: Judging others is one of our human weaknesses. We sometimes do this even withou sufficient evidence. We are often inclined to condemn people without realizing that those whom we condemn are, in fact, masterpieces of god`s creation! Instead of judging or criticizing others, let us learn to make an effort to discover the beauty hidden in others. There is no doubt whatever that every human person is blessed with goodness and beauty of one type or another. Reading religious scriptures will awaken us to this reality! In his Sermon on Mount Jesus Christ said, "do not judge, and you will bot be judged. For as you judge so will you be judged, and the measure with which you measure will be measured out to you. Why do you notice the splinter in your brother`s ey, bu do not perceive the wooden beam in your own eye? This is what Percival Fernandez wrote in DNA of December 20, 2014. This is for the information of members of sundercircle only (Any one can join and contribute by writing few lines. Thanks. Kind Regards! Sunder T

Friday, December 19, 2014

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191214- Spirituality is Serving: Service is the essential Spirituality. visit to the temple, mosque, or church everyday may or may no imply spirituality depending on the innermost intention of the person involved, but serving others a pure and seeking heart is true spirituality. Often people may skip going to church or to the temple and instead go to serve at an orphanage or help the needy on a Sunday. These are truly spiritual acts. It is often difficult for people to share their possessions (because of various reasons), yet doing so requires a courage which is akin to genuine spiritual courage. People everywhere should be encouraged to share their money and time with the less fortunate. Yet, if this is done for the sake of fame and for showing-off, then the purpose and intent of Spirituality is contradicted. [This is was Sanjana Antony wrote in DNA of December 19, 2014 and now reproduced for the information of the members of "sundercircle. Kind Regards! Sunder T

Thursday, December 18, 2014

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181214- Reading Divine Truths-The divine Truths are most grasped and assimilated when they are passed on directly to the aspirant by a living Master. Such personal communications of the Master have a power and efficacy that can never belong to information received by the aspirant through other sources. The word becomes alive and potent because of the life and personality of the the Master. Hence many scriptures emphasis the need for hearing the divine Truths directly through the spoken word of a Master. It is not always possible, however, for the aspirant to contact and listen to a living Master. In such cases meditation through reading has some advantages of its own. For the generality of aspirants, meditation through reading has hardly any suitable substitute because it starts from written expositions, which are available at any convenient time. Meditation that starts with reading about revealed Truths has this special advantage of being easily accessible to most participants. [this is reproduced from DNA of December 18, 2014 as written by Mehar Baba. This is for the information of members only. Thanks].

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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sunderblogger: sunderblogger.sundercircle: Sunderblogger.004 In order to impact society, our individual development, whether spiritual or material, must contribute to collective dev...

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Sunderblogger.004 In order to impact society, our individual development, whether spiritual or material, must contribute to collective development. What good is individual growth and development if it remains inside the boundaries of our own skin? Wouldn’t the world around us change dramatically if we turned our inwards orientation outward- and reflected our development through service to society? Best Wishes! Sunder T

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

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161214 India: Law vs Freedom - Religion - conversion For your information religion conversion is a state subject, but center and states can enact laws on it. Odisha was first to enact anti conversion law, in 1967 Other states- Madhya Pradesh (1967), Arunachal (1978), Gujarat and Chhattisgarh (2003), Himachal (2006), Rajasthan bill of 2008 never got governor assent, is in cold storage. Tamil Nadu repealed law of 2002 in 2004 after public protest. Gujarat`s anti conversion law stands out because its stringent provisions. Anyone seeking voluntary conversion needs collector`s permission, not intimation. It violates Articles 19 and 25 of constitution which allows citizen freedom con conscience and to freely profess, practice and propagate one`s religion. Your views/suggestions/comments are most welcome. Kind Regards! Sunder T ------------------------------------------.

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161214 A spiritualist. They do not take extremes. They are not superstitious, or sentimentalists. They don`t eat too much or too little, sleep too much or too little. In their recreational activities they are very balanced. They have time for their spiritual lives, domestic lives and for their occupational responsibilities. All of their responsibilities are carefully balanced and they do not neglect anything. It is important and a great secret to have balance and harmony in one`s life -Radhanath Swami (as it appeared in DNA and is reproduced for the information of the members of "sundercircle". Your views/suggestions/comments will be highly appreciated. Kind Regards! Sunder T

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This is an extract from DNA india published for the benefit of the members. This is written by Swami Chaitanya Keerti. Osho: Live, Love, Laugh - Osho`s attitude to life is that of affirmation. He suggests: "Living your life in the present, loving everything fully, and making laughter your daily medicine. This is the simplest way to happiness and you can achieve this only through meditation" He emphasises: "When you are born you are born only with the potential to exist, to survive, not with the art of making life a joy, a bliss, a celebration. That art has to be learned. Laughter is as precious as prayer or even more precious than prayer, because the who cannot laugh, cannot pray either.A prayer that does not come out of a joyous heart is already dead. It cannot reach God, it cannot leave the earth, it has no wings. It is like a rock: it will fall back to the earth, it cannot fly into the sky. My approach is totally different- I bring you a new vision" Kind Regards! Sunder T

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Monday, December 8, 2014

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sundercircle: This is for the information of members: This is an extract from DNA of Dec.08, 2014 under its regular feature - Achieve Epic Results. Here are some ways to achieve monumental results in your life: (01) Dream Big, Start small, Act now. (02) Victims make excuses. Leaders deliver results. (03) Clarity breads mastery. (04) Education is inoculation against disruption. (05) A problem is only a problem when viewed as a problem. (06) All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end. (07) If you`re not scared a lot you`re not doing very much. (08) Where victims see adversity, extreme achievers see opportunity. (09) The project you are most resisting carries your greatest growth. (10) Small daily improvements over time lead to sunning results. (11) Your daily behaviour reveals your deepest beliefs. (12) Life is short. Be of use. Kind Regards! Sunder T

Friday, December 5, 2014

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they do things. The farmer goes to the city. The wife goes to work. You want to give thanks for life so you burn a basket of food, or you light a candle, or give food to the starving, there all personal choices. 

You think File its all personal choice, religious or political. All culture changes over time because people change the way because you don't go to church, you have established a utopia of personal freedom. You go to work, people pay you, you buy food and feed your children and so does 80% of the population around you. Why not work a farm and feed your children or hunt and gather? You belong to this culture where people have faith is payment as a means of exchange. If you give up this faith, you will suffer social exclusion. Its personal choice, the same choice made by many people. It works pretty well, just as religion did in days gone by. But this capitalist life also has its dissenters and victims. 

Both good and harm can be done when people come together to change the world. You think you stand outside religion but you do not stand outside of a belief system. Look at what you wear and look at what your friends wear, it a type of uniform, you live in a culture, you conform. If your ideas lasted a thousand years, others would be condemning you and your culture. 

You want to point the finger of blame at religion as if it’s a set of rules that you now reject and call into question. You are not outside it; you are just expressing its core assumptions, trying to restore it to its radical self. If your ideas get any traction, you will just continue the evolution. 

You are the blind leading the blind.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Accept Good Times-inner.truth as mentioned by Khorshed Bhavnagri in dna on 261114, published for the members of -sundercircle.

"Always thank God for all the good that happens in your life. This is very, very important. If you remember God during painful times, remember Him during good times as well. Rejoice with Him. Secondly, thank those  who have helped you in your journey- your family, friends and anyone who has helped you- even your angels in the spirit world. Understand very clearly that if you on the right path and something good comes your way, it is only because you deserve it. Why should you feel guilty? If someone else does not have the same blessings as you do, there may be a reason for it. By all means help them out and support them, but do not question the blessings of your own journey."
[Have a spiritual message? Mail it to inbox@dna.net in less than 250 words]
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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india4u: As per PwC report, India needs to Simply Rules, Develop Infra for 9% Growth. The $10-trillion economy target by 2034 can be within reach.The winning Leap, said that the growth rate and $10-trillion economy, which would generate 2 million jobs by 2034. This information appeared in ET on November 25, 2014 in Times of India, Mumbai edition.India could be the third-biggest economy in this scenario, behind US and China. Personally, I find unless the Indian mindset is changed everything will remain on the paper, neat and clean. Any doubt? Share you experience with- http://india4u.webs.com/-Rgrds. Sunder T - in Mumbai
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Saturday, November 22, 2014

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India will offer online visa facilities for 45 countries including the US, Australia, Germany, Israel, Japan, UAE, Palestine, Jordan, Thailand, Singapore and Russia.
this is the first time that electronic visas will be implemented in the country.
Countries that already have visa on arrival and will be able to apply under the electronic travel authorization (ETA) scheme including finland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos, and South Korea. (as reported by Himanshi.Dhawan in TOI of today - Nov.22, 2014).
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Friday, November 21, 2014

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Google says 100 million Indians will shop online by 2016. India country`s e-tailing sector will become a US $ 15 billion market by 2016, The facts are as under:
35 million- number of online shoppers in 2014
08 million - the number in 2012
71% non-buyers from Tier 1 and 11 cities say they plan to shop
        online in next 12 months.
40 million- women are estimated to shop online by 2016.
65% of the buyers are buying for convenience.
Hurdles.
62% - not satisfied with customer services
67% - find the current product return process was complicated and
                                                                 expensive.
                                                      55% - non-buyers say they have doubts about the products.
                                                      66% - of the respondents feel Internet speed is acting as a barrier to
                                                                 online shopping.
                                                      0.5 mbps- Internet speed in India, against 4mbps  in China.
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Bengal, Bihar home to most homeless
As many as 4.3 crore families in rural India do not have a house, with West Bengal leading the table followed by Bihar in yet another evidence of the eastern region’s backwardness.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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181114: J.Krishnamurti wrote in ET
You see the that most of us are in conflict, live a life of contradiction, not only outwardly, but also inwardly. Contraction implies effort. Wherever there is effort, there is wastage- there is a waste of energy. Where there is contraction, there is conflict. Where there is conflict there is effort to get over that conflict which is another form of resistance.
The more the tension, the greater the conflict., the greater is the output, and that is what we call creation.But it is not at all creation. It is the result of conflict. To face the fact that you`re in conflict, that you are in contradiction, will bring that quality of energy that is not the outcome of resistance.
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Sunday, November 16, 2014

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Maharashtra. 161114- Big news in Maharashtra is that the new Chief Minister has decide to decentralize the power of of transfer in the government departs. It will be implemented in the irrigation and Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The government has decided to make the licencing and renewal procedure under Shop and Establishment Act, Factories Act, and Labor Contractor Registration Act online. Now on all all employees of local bodies, public sector  undertakings, corporations and Panchayat Raj insitutions to make their income and property details public every year.
This was mentioned by Shallendra Paranjpe in DNA on November 16, 2014. He is available @shallyaparanjpe.
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Friday, November 14, 2014

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How smartphones have changed the way we live: From social networking to tracking our fitness, this gadget has pervaded almost every aspect our lives
Relationship: From social networking sites to dating.
Travel: From hunting for cheap flight tickets to looking for the best              deals on bed-and-breakfast.
Popular Apps: Couchsurfing travel sites etc.
Government: Indian General election 2014 etc.
                                                      Entertainment: Average Indian spent about 2.6 hours daily.
                                                      Health: Fromm counting calories to measuring heart beats.
No wonder Indian market is growing at the rate of 55% per annum.
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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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There was a man who made his living living selling balloons at a fair.
He had balloons of many different colors, including red, yellow, blue
and green. Whenever business was slow, he would release a helium-
filled balloon into the air. When the children saw the balloon go up,
they all wanted one. The would come up to him, buy a balloon and 
his sales would go up. All day, he continued to release a balloon 
whenever the sales slowed down. One day, the balloon man felt 
someone tugging at his jacket. He turned around and a little boy
asked, "if you release a black balloon, would that also fly?" Moved
by the boy`s concern, the man replied gently, "Son, it is not the
color of the balloon, it is what`s inside that makes it go up."
The same principle applies to our lives. It`s what`s inside that
counts. And what`s inside of us that makes us go up is our
attitude. William James of Harvard University said, 
"The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings
can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind."
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sunderblogger: sunderblogger: sunderblogger.blogspot.: As appear in the Times of today, written by Anandita.Mankotia@timesgroup.com- Amazon plans it Big with India Post. With over 1.6 lakh pos...

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As appear in the Times of today, written by Anandita.Mankotia@timesgroup.com- Amazon plans it Big with India Post. With over 1.6 lakh post offices through the country with the lion`s share of 1.4 lakh in rural areas, India post claims to have the largest postal network in the world, according to its website. On an average, a post office serves an area of 21.2 sq. km and a population of 7,175 people. (If interested, kindly read page 5 of Economic times, and get update on this issue. Regards!
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Total population of Mumbai = 1,70,00,000crores (Kindly correct)
Mumbaikars live in slums   =  41.9%
Households without roof     =15.274
Population live in slums      =9 out of 24 wards, 50%
Live in one room tenements =57%
Mhada and SRA completed  =2 lakh units (bet. 1995 and 2014)
Under construction by above=1 lakh
Considering that the accepted norms while financing homes is up to four times their annual income, this is nearly 12 times that, thus making even this basic house way out of reach for most. "Affordable housing is one of the most important issues for Mumbai and its residents," said Nitai Mehta, managing trustee of Praja Foundation.
Your views, suggestions, or comments are most welcome.
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

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Kuldip Nayar told Jinnah that his moth-eaten Pakistan will not last more than 25 years,” reminisced Mountbatten, the last British Governor-General in India, on 1 October 1971 when Kuldip Nayer met  him at his sprawling mansion, Broadlands, near London.
It was nine weeks before East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, cut itself asunder from West Pakistan; the two wings had hung like lobes on either ear of India since the partition of the subcontinent in the middle of August 1947.
Seventy-four years old and still with a phenomenal memory, Mountbatten was recapitulating a conversation he had with Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Pakistan`s founder, at Viceroy`s House in New Delhi on 9 April 1947 as if it had happened only the day before.
“You know, C. Rajagopalachari, the last Indian Governor-General wrote to Kuldip Nayer to other day to say that your (Kuldip`s)  prophecy had come true, and Kuldip replied that he remembered that distinctly,” said Mountbatten to emphasize that he should not be accused of hindsight.
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In day today life, personal attack is not only fashionable; the thing never goes out of season. If I do not follow this then I am not fit to be on the planet. There is different type of Jokers in the society [who hit with a personal attack on you]. They are cheeky, without even knowing that certain remarks or concern is uncalled for. You fail to understand, why some people are so concerned about other people`s life (even it is a private life). Why they take the liberty of opening their mouth on things which are not their business. Like giving advice on health, money, appearances, etc. etc. I think people enjoy hurting others and they just love it. Fallen on banana peel and other people laughing at the scene is a good example. I think if a person`s own life is busy, and fully occupied, there is no time to look into other people life as to what they do, or why they do. Being oneself is the greatest thing and one can be very happy if he is in tune with himself and go along doing his duty as a social person and keep his private life private. Kind Regards! Sunder T [You can always contribute few words. Your time and attention will be appreciated. Thanks. Kind Regards! Sunder T.
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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10 Things to learn from Indian Prime Minister, Modi (as mentioned by Nandini Sharma) and for information of the members)

He came, he saw, and he conquered. Narendra Damodardas Modi is a name we all have heard of, and the Lok Sabha Elections were enough to prove the faith the country that happens to be the largest democracy of the world has put in this man.
1) Public Speaking Skills
The man has something in his voice that makes head turn. Even the people who don't happen to like him have agreed that they never miss a speech by the Indian Prime Minister. And we can't even say that this all is because of someone who writes his speeches, as the Independence Day saw him speaking without any written speeches, and this sure is going to be one of the most remembered speeches from an Indian PM.
2) Discipline
The 15
th Prime Minister of India has always led a disciplined life. Ever since he was in RSS, which is known to instill discipline in all its members, he has followed a disciplined regimen.
3) Determination
Ever since he was a child who used to help his father and brother in their tea stalls, he was determined to make it big for himself. He has been associated with RSS since an early age, and that shows the determination that eight-year old possessed and this 64 year old possesses.
4) Detailing
This is something for people who plan a lot. Learning from a meticulous planner that Mr. Modi is, you should care to have a love for detailing. For reaching out to the Indian population, Modi travelled more than 3.5 lakhs Kms and did 400 rallies, even to places where no one usually goes. This micro detailing helps a lot in efficient planning, leading to better results.
5) Love For Technology
The man is tech-savvy and likes to keep himself up to date with all the developments in the field. He tweets and posts important details of his life and journey within minutes of it happening. Even as I write this article, I can see that his Facebook cover picture has already been updated. While we can learn from this, we should also know the clear difference there is between love for technology and being a slave for it.
6) Love for Fitness

Modi is a big yoga enthusiast and never forgets to do it, no matter how busy he is. Perhaps, this is the reason why he is this active at this age. This is also something that we can and should learn from him.
7) Enthusiasm
Even at the age of 64, the enthusiasm with which Narendra Modi lives his life is commendable. Be it playing drums on his recent visit to Japan or answering questions of various Indian students on Teacher's Day, he has never left his enthusiastic persona.
8) Patience
After foolproof planning, which leads to his confidence, he is not a man who can be impatient and jump on to conclusions or be restless for results. This patience and the tendency of keeping his calm and not behaving like a kid, has proved to be very useful for him. It's a hard sight to see the man angry, overpowered by emotions, or losing his patience.
9) Leadership Skills
if you remember well, he promised to work one hour more than his subordinates did in a public speech. This is not something an inefficient leader would be able to say. He is an efficient leader and leads by his words; learning this skill from him can be beneficial for our professional lives.
10) Humbleness

Even though he is the Prime Minister of world's largest democracy, his position has not gone to his head. He comes across as a very humble human being and this is evident by the way he addresses the nation and answers all the questions he is put across. Being humble can take you places and this is also something to learn from him.
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It’s all personal choice, religious or political. All culture changes over time because people change the way they do things. The farmer goes to the city. The wife goes to work. You want to give thanks for life so you burn a basket of food, or you light a candle, or give food to the starving, there all personal choices. 

You think because you don't go to church, you have established a utopia of personal freedom. You go to work, people pay you, you buy food and feed your children and so does 80% of the population around you. Why not work a farm and feed your children or hunt and gather? You belong to this culture where people have faith is payment as a means of exchange. If you give up this faith, you will suffer social exclusion. Its personal choice, the same choice made by many people. It works pretty well, just as religion did in days gone by. But this capitalist life also has its dissenters and victims. 

Both good and harm can be done when people come together to change the world. You think you stand outside religion but you do not stand outside of a belief system. Look at what you wear and look at what your friends wear, it a type of uniform, you live in a culture, you conform. If your ideas lasted a thousand years, others would be condemning you and your culture. 

You want to point the finger of blame at religion as if it’s a set of rules that you now reject and call into question. You are not outside it; you are just expressing its core assumptions, trying to restore it to its radical self. If your ideas get any traction, you will just continue the evolution. 

You are the blind leading the blind.
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Sunday, October 19, 2014

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This life is what you make it. No matter what, you're going to mess up sometimes, it's a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you're going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends - they'll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything - they're your true best friends. Don't let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they'll come and go too. And baby, I hate to say it, most of them - actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can't give up because if you give up, you'll never find your soulmate. You'll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Just because you fail once, doesn't mean you're gonna fail at everything. Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don't, then who will, sweetie? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life's a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about. (Extract from Speaking Tree for my friends online). Kind Regards. Sunder T in Mumbai, India.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

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Motivation is not about doing what anyone else thinks is right for you, nor is it necessarily about chasing a job that pays well if money is not what floats your boat. It’s about aligning more of your work with what drives you. People differ enormously in what makes them happy—for some challenge, excelling and pressure are the greatest sources of happiness, for others money and prestige, but for others service, friendship and fun are more satisfying in a workplace. The trick is in identifying your core drivers and then aligning your work to do more of what you love and little less of what frustrates you.
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Sunder T
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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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Mumbai: Top 20 Global cities` list for Billionaires: New York has the world`s largest number of billionaires but Asian cities, which include Mumbai, dominating the list of top 20 billionaire places in the world indicating that the region is at the beginning of a new cycle in wealth creation, says a report. According to the Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census 2014, the B-Asian cities on the list are led by Hong Kong which is home to 82 billionaires, followed by Beijing (37) and Singapore (32), Mumbai (28).
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

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subject: Energy:  Fight climate change in India- Two thirds of Greenhouse Gases emissions worldwide are due to energy production. Given that coal is India`s main source of commercial energy, we need to adopt clean-coal technologies to boost thermal efficiency in India`s power plants. It would mean smartly improving power generation with hardly any increase in coal consumption. In parallel, India need to design smart compact citieis that can greatly improve energy intensity by reducing transport, logistics and utility costs. The floor area ratios in our cities do need to be revised, along with supportive infrastructure. The way ahead is to have forward-looking green norms for buildings, industrial plants, automobiles and house hold gadgets, besides cities. Kind Regards!

Monday, September 22, 2014

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India: Air India- Revenue Rs. 7,000 cr. Debt: Rs. 50,000 cr. Normal Govt policy on public sector companies is to keep ownership and policy-making separate,, but since new Aviation minster took over, this important issue was forgotten. Air India board needed management autonomy and this exactly what was kept in dust bin. The page in history shows that Air India was  a market leader, but today it has privilege of being no. 5 from the bottom (Jet, Kingfisher, IndiGo, and Spice Jet are occupying the above position at present. We wish the best for Air India and the Govt. of India (Aviation Ministry). Kind Regards! Sunder T

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Recent visit of President Xi Jinping to India was a good memory. PM Modi`s compliment "India-China relationship to go from INCH to MILES was well said at the right time. Even on border incursions in recent times gave an opportunity to Modi to raise the matter with XI telling him, "Little toothache can paralyse the entire body. Now US is looking forward to receive this new leader from India who has created ripples in the world politics. Best Wishes. Sunder T.
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Sunday, September 14, 2014

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Subject: Motivated people
At the Culture Works, we have learnt what makes people the most motivated and engaged in their careers. We found that when individuals are fulfilled on the job they not only produce higher quality work and a greater output, but also generally earn higher incomes. And those most satisfied with their work are also 150 percent more likely to have a happier life overall.
As we researched this subject for our new book What Motivates Me, what follows are seven things we found the most motivated, fulfilled people don’t do:
They don't chase the almighty buck (if that’s not what motivates them).

Motivation is not about doing what anyone else thinks is right for you, nor is it necessarily about chasing a job that pays well if money is not what floats your boat. It’s about aligning more of your work with what drives you. People differ enormously in what makes them happy—for some challenge, excelling and pressure are the greatest sources of happiness, for others money and prestige, but for others service, friendship and fun are more satisfying in a workplace. The trick is in identifying your core drivers and then aligning your work to do more of what you love and little less of what frustrates you.
They don’t wait for a manager to motivate them.
The truth is, very few leaders know what’s really motivating to their people or, even if they do, would know how to apply that information to their day-to-day work. Motivated individuals have discovered that the surest way to happier and more successful work lives is: first, understanding what drives you and then second, doing some sculpting of the nature of your jobs or tasks to better match duties with passions. That involves working with a manager, of course, but most motivated people lead this effort themselves. They take charge of their careers.
They don’t leave to chase a dream job.
There is a prevalent notion that if you’re unhappy with your work it will take a Herculean effort to change things, that you have to quit and find your “dream job,” for the vast majority of people, that’s just nonsense. That’s not to say motivated people never change departments or companies, and we all can appreciate that if an individual is completely miscast or miserable it’s not good for them, their customers, or their managers. But most people don’t need to take a risky leap; instead they need to start by making small but important sculpting changes in their work lives. Many of the happiest people we’ve spoken with didn’t find their bliss down a new path; they made course corrections on the path they were already on.
They don’t believe everyone is motivated like they are.
One of the traps most of us can fall into believes that other people are driven by the same things we are. We’ve counseled a bevy of frustrated teams on this issue. Perhaps the majority of the team members are what we call “Builders”—people who are focused on high-minded ideals like developing others, service, teamwork and a greater purpose. And most of those team members believe anyone who is not motivated in those ways is not a “team player.” But on the team are also a handful of people we would classify as Achievers, Caregivers, Thinkers and Reward-Driven, and these people who feel alienated and unappreciated. Great strength comes in recognizing and appreciating diversity, but we have to understand and utilize the motivational drive of others. For instance, the Reward-Driven can make a team more competitive, Thinkers help us be more creative, Caregivers encourage empathy and fun, Achievers make us more goal-oriented, and Builders help drive purpose and meaning. Most teams need all Identities in play to function at high levels.
They don’t focus inward.
The happiest people we found in our studies typically focus their work efforts in service of others rather than on self-gain. That may mean they achieve more or sell more or do more because they truly believe in their products or services and genuinely believe they are helping their customers by putting those goods in their hands—versus those who are simply striving to win a deal and cash a paycheck. It’s a subtle change in thinking, but it’s important. Psychologists also say most people perform at work better when they focus their energy toward serving their families instead of themselves. Thus, motives based on the pursuit of power, narcissism, or overcoming self-doubt are less rewarding and less effective than goals based on the pursuit of providing security and support for one’s loved ones, or being able to give of one’s gain to a worthwhile cause.
They don’t hang out with whiners.
We all know who they are: there’s typically a group of people who complain about everything at the office. If the boss pulls out her wallet and starts handing out twenty-dollar bills, the whiners will later moan that they weren’t fifties. The most motivated people avoid this petulant bunch. Complaining with no solution is a toxic habit. Sometimes making a positive difference at work is simply a matter of how a person chooses to think. We always counsel those troubled at work to look for ways to be authentically positive; for instance, publicly acknowledging a coworker’s accomplishment on completing a project. And even if it doesn’t help change the office environment, we remind them they can always do this at home: telling their significant others or kids why they are inspiring, always using specific language not vague platitudes.
They don’t compare themselves to others.
The motivated people we interviewed don’t waste a lot of time comparing themselves to those who have more; instead, they regularly express gratitude for the talents, resources, and relationships they do have, not to mention their health, their friends, their own brilliance, their motivation, and their family who inspire them. Everyone is happiest when they are thankful for the gifts they have been given, and that gratitude should be offered up regularly to those around them who support them and help them thrive. Psychologists are only just beginning to understand the healing and strengthening mental power of grateful attitudes. The most successful and happy people are frequent and specific in their verbal appreciation of not only their colleagues but also family members and friends.
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Sunder T

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Mumbaikars have good news from Railways to buy local tickets on cell & print them in stns soon.
Very soon commuters need worry about queues or change. Within three months travellers can book suburban tickets on their mobiles and print them out at the station. The steps taken are:
[1] Download app,
[2] Register mobile no. with bank & IRCTC,
[3] Choose originating, destination station, return /single journey class & no. of passengers on app, [4] Click `pay` to transfer money from mobile banking through  debit card or net banking
[5] message with bar/QR code will come to mobile,
[6] Flash code at readers & printers installed in station,
[7] Collect printed ticket.
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Good news for Mumbaikars- MMRDA plans to bring 175 acres under Smart parking system at Bandra Kurla Complex which will save fuel and time and cut emission and will prove a boot for financial district which is growing by the day. The Internet speed will be 5 MBPS and operators may allow visitors free usage for the initial few minutes and then charge as per the prevailing market rates. The smart market concept will be implemented across all the 3000 parking slots in BKC. This project is aimed to save almost 19,000 litres fuel and 24 hours of carbon annually as a car owner will not waste time hunting for parking. Another plus point is the environment friendly initiative ie smart street lighting system. Around 90 CCTV cameras with video analytics-based technology will be installed to boost security in the financial hub. With the citizen portal, users can get information about cafes, or book tables in restaurants or rooms in hotels or locate a hospital or retail outlet.
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Sunder T

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Five ways to simplify your life: Enjoy the little things- Take time to appreciate the little moments in life, rather than hurrying from one activity to the next - watch sunset, listen to children laugh, pay for the coffee of the person behind you, smile at a stranger...
Your contribution on this subject will be most welcome. Your attention and time will be appreciated by all. Kind get involve and type few words to make everybody happy. Kind Regards. Sunder T.
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Friday, September 5, 2014

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Kuldip Nayar had checked Mountbatten`s premonition with his Press Attache in India during those days, Alan Campbell-Johnson, Cyril Radcliffe, who headed the Boundary Commission to partition the two Punjabs, and the two Bengals, and H.K.Khurshid, Jinnah`s Private Secretary,. All the three said that it was Mountbatten`s hindsight. However the rest of what Mountbatten told Kuldip Nayar is supported by the records he had maintained of various interviews and personal talks he had-as many as a hundred and thirty three interviews with political leaders between 24 March and 6 May 1947 alone.
Mountbatten recalled how he hd warned Jinnah that it would be very difficult to hold together the two wings with no land connection and 1000 miles of alien territory in between. "the Bengalis cultural ties are too strong; you know how Curzon tried and failed." (The reference was to the vain effort that Lord Curzon, as Viceroy, made to partition this should read: Bengal.) Kind Regards. Sunder Thadani.
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“Kuldip Nayar told Jinnah that his moth-eaten Pakistan will not last more than 25 years,” reminisced Mouttabatten, the last British Governor-General in India, on 1 October 1971 when Kuldip Nayer met  him at his sprawling mansion, Broadlands, near London.
It was nine weeks before East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, cut itself asunder from West Pakistan,  The two wings had hung like lobes on either ear of India since the partition of the subcontinent in the middle of August 1947.
Seventy-four years old and still with a phenomenal memory, Mountbatten was recapitulating a conversation he had with Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Pakistan`s founder, at Viceroy`s House in New Delhi on 9 April 1947 as if it had happened only the day before.
“You know, C. Rajagopalachari, the last Indian Governor-General wrote to Kuldip Nayer to other day to say that your (Kuldip`s)  prophecy had come true, and Kuldip replied that he remembered that distinctly,” said Mountbatten to emphasize that he should not be accused of hindsight.
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Sunday, August 31, 2014

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E-commerce in India.2014- Indian e-commerce sites are growing rapidly because of two factors- access to unlimited capital and the ability to provide a long tail without the investment needed in inventory. American and European`s bulging pension funds are looking for a better returns on their capital and for them Indian market in e-commerce is the best target. Amazon is investing about US 150 billion which is 8% of India`s GDP of US 1.8 trillion. Today has three tigers who have entered in huge and unlimited e-commerce market, they are Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal. Let us who wins in the end. With new government in power, this is an appropriate moment for these companies to establish themselves. "What you will see in the next five years is the most efficient transfer of wealth from rich investors to the lower middle class of India" Best Wishes for all. Sunder T
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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India.2014- Anita bhoir & Gayatri Nayak has mentioned 10 top defaulter who have ate India`s Edu, Health funds. Details are as mentioned: The amount is in Crores. [1] Kingfisher Airlines=7000, [2] Winsome Diamond & Jewellery= 6500, [3] Electrotherm India= 2653, [4] Zoom Developers= 3000, [5] Sterling Bio Tech= 2031, [6] Varun Industries= 2000, [7] Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals= 1000, [8] LS Oil=2564, [9] Moser Bear India= 2000, [10] PSL Ltd.= 4500. Any comment/views. Kindly share. Thanks.
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Monday, August 25, 2014

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Digital India promises to transform India into a connected knowledge economy offering world-class services at the click of a mouse. The project that aims to offer one-stop shop for government services would use the mobile phones as the backbone of its delivery mechanism. The project also seeks to give every household in rural India access to bank account, along with a RuPay debit card and insurance cover of Re.1 lakh. Today India imports electronic goods worth Rs. 100 billion and by 2020, this import is going to be about Rs. 400 billion, outgrowing even the oil imports. On E-governance, Facebook has also expressed interest in partnering with the Indian government in delivering governance programmes. No wonder India is shinning now with lot of new things in the coming year. Thanks to Modi`s vision, and guidance to 1.25 billion people in India. Kind Regards. Sunder Thadani.
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Monday, August 18, 2014

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On 15th August, 2014, Mod, India`s Prime Minister  has given a new formula for the nation, "Come Make in India". India`s huge domestic market has opened new opportunities for other countries to follow the rule as per his golden formula. At present the import into India is as follows: (Rs in Crores - 2013-14)
Mobile phones >375+ , Other electrical goods 140+, Lamps and lightings 1+, Plastic and plastic goods 61+, Footwear and related products 2+, Ceramic products 3+, Glass and glassware 4+, Iron & Steel 76+ Aluminum foil 1+, Tools and implements 56+, Ships and boats 40+, Power Projects 19+
Your views, suggestions or comments are most welcome. Kind Regards. Sunder T

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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Mobile Wallet – 120814
http://www.Oxigen.com,
Cash can be delivered direct to the family at Rs. 1.25 per Rs. 100.
Each of the 700 million cell phones in the country besides millions of PCs and laptops are now like an ATM.
If an experiment of cash delivery through a phone-kiosk interface works within Reserve Bank parameters, the e-wallet could remove the use of cash and plastic in the coming years.
The volume of money transfer in India is about $30 billion annually, excluding other electronic payments such as credit cards and bank transfers.
RBI has authorized to the IMT (Instant Money Transfer) Payment System, under the Payments and Settlements Act. The transaction limit is Rs. 10,000 and it enables any partner bank account holder to send money (up to rs. 25,000 per month) even to  a person on his/her mobile phone, even if the recipient does have a bank account. IMT works on a simple 2FA (a software loop between the mobile number and the bank, which no one can penetrate) process, using a combination of a secret password and a PIN.
Where opening of a bank account poses problems due to KYC or other limitation, a mobile wallet would be a boon. Not surprisingly, India`s digital payment industry, is expected to touch Rs. 1.2 lakh crores by December 2014.
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