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Grab the feature packed Dell Inspiron 3420 Laptop with 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD, 1GB Nvidea Graphic Card and more for just Rs. 32,994 only on the Wake Up Call @ http://bit.ly/eBayINWakeUpCall
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Wish you a very happy birthday Netaji. 
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IF YOU ARE DRIVING AT NIGHT AND EGGS ARE THROWN AT YOUR WINDSCREEN, DO NOT STOP TO CHECK THE CAR , DO NOT OPERATE THE WIPER AND DO NOT SPRAY ANY WATER, BECAUSE EGGS MIXED WITH WATER BECOME MILKY AND BLOCK YOUR VISION UP TO 92.5%, AND YOU ARE THEN FORCED TO STOP BESIDE THE ROAD AND BECOME A VICTIM OF THESE CRIMINALS. THIS IS A NEW TECHNIQUE USED BY GANGS, SO PLEASE INFORM YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. .

 Plz do spread awareness.
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Owaisi 'hate speech': 10 days on, no action yet?
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Rupee's free fall: How it will impact you


Deutsche Bank has said in a note that the rupee may slide to 70 to the dollar in a month or so, although some revival is expected by the end of the year.

Moving from bad to worse, the Indian rupee hit new historic low of 64.13 against the US dollar in intraday trade Tuesday on sluggish local stocks and continued dollar demand from importers.

Deutsche Bank has said in a note that the rupee may slide to 70 to the dollar in a month or so, although some revival is expected by the end of the year.

To restrict the outflow of foreign currency, RBI had, however, on August 14 announced stern measures, including curbs on Indian firms investing abroad and on outward remittances by resident Indians.

Strong demand of US currency from importers and banks, continuous capital outflows, widening current account deficit and dollar's strength against other currencies overseas amid expectation that the Federal Reserve will soon taper its bond-buying programme has put pressure on the rupee.

Whether the currency would find its stable level or will continue to slide further remains a tricky question. But till the currency settles itself, let’s have a look at how continuous depreciation of the Indian currency will affect the common man.

Importers/Exporters

Importers will strongly feel the pinch of falling rupee as they will be forced to pay more rupees on importing products. Conversely, a feeble rupee will bring delight to the exporters as goods exported abroad will fetch dollars which in return will translate into more rupees. Also, a weak rupee will make Indian produce more competitive in global markets which will be fruitful for India's exports.

Imported goods: Buying imported stuff will become a very costly affair. You will have to shell out extra on imported goods. For instance if you bought a product valued USD 1, you paid around Rs 54 (weeks ago) but you will now have to shell out close to Rs 63 for the same product.

Fuel price: A weak rupee will increase the burden of Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) and this will surely be passed on to the consumers as the companies are allowed to do so following deregulation of petrol and partial deregulation of diesel. If the OMCs increase fuel prices, there will be a substantial increase in overall cost of transportation which will stoke up inflation.

RBI’s monetary policy: If the depreciation in rupee continues, it will further increase inflation. In such a situation RBI will have very less room to cut policy rates. No cut in policy rate will add to the borrower’s woes who are eagerly waiting to get rid of the high loan regime.

Students studying abroad: Students who are studying abroad will bear the brunt most owing to depreciating rupee. Expenses incurred towards the university/college fee as well as that of living will shoot up, thereby spelling a huge burden on the students.

Tourism: The depreciating rupee will surely be a dampener if you are planning your holiday abroad. Your travel charges as well as hotel charges will escalate drastically, let alone shopping and other miscellaneous spending activity.

Overseas Indians: Money saved is money earned. Depreciation of rupee is certainly a good news for the overseas Indians. Those working abroad can gain more on remitting money to their homeland.

Country’s fiscal health: A frail rupee will add fuel to the rising import bill of the country and thereby increasing its current account deficit (CAD). A widening CAD is bound to pose a threat to the growth of overall economy.
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IF A FOREIGN GOVT. LIKE CANADA CAN RECOGNIZE OUR LEADER N.D.MODI WHY AREN'T WE DOING IT??
Prime Minister of Canada writes letter to Gujarat CM Narendra Modi, extends wishes for success of VGGIS

Gujarat’s contribution will be instrumental in strengthening relationship between India-Canada: Mr.Stephen Harper, Kansas

... Describing Gujarat as the best progressive and industrial state in India which is also blessed with globally-acknowledged entrepreneurial skill of its people, Canadian Prime Minister said that Canada holds Gujarat as its important partner. Gujarat has a strategic benefit of its geographic location. Gujarat also has a credible economy besides multilingual manpower. Canada has opened up a trade office, which will be instrumental in creating more business opportunities between the people of Gujarat and Canada, he said.

On behalf of Canadian government Mr.Stephen Harper thanked Mr.Modi for his contribution in strengthening relationship between Canada and India.

THE WORLD BOWS & SALUTE TO Modi's Visionary Leadership
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Where is the Govt?
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Hard to see scoreboard also now how ppl will watch match in stadium?
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that's why they all are fans :) fans support team in all situations. roar hard..we will bounce back,
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