Corporate Social Negligence!

Elections and the aftermath!

I am happy with the verdict in Kerala.  The reasons are as follows….

  • CPIM has been off track for a while in Kerala.  They were haughty and is totally alienated from the ground realities.
  • The central leadership expected to pull off a Houdini act by flaunting something called a 3rd front, which crumbled badly after the elections.

If i am to list, there is quite a lot to. So it is better that i dont.

Though i am happy with a verdict which almost threw BJP in to the dust bins, there is a fair share of apprehension that i have with UPA and that becomes very true with rumors of Montek Singh taking up the finance ministry.

In a short span we will see  SBI, LIC  and sorts being “reformed” and our pension funds being listed on the stock market. It is a wonderful prospect to await for ,because on a fine morning,  it is possible that we will hear someone resigning with huge bonuses in kitty, somewhere on earth. Before we realise our savings and funds would have gone completely astray!

Let us hope “reforming” SBI which has more customers than the population of Australia will pitchfork a world reeling out of recession; at our expense !

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  1. Marinkina said, on May 21, 2009 at 11:42 pm

    Да,aleks,побороть лень, действительно иногда очень сложно..

  2. Cederash said, on May 23, 2009 at 9:25 pm

    Занятно. Подпишусь-ка я на RSS пожалуй

  3. Avertedd said, on May 26, 2009 at 7:45 am

    Как хорошо что удалось отыскать такой замечательный блог, и тем более отлично, что есть такие автора толковые!

  4. sudarshan said, on May 30, 2009 at 6:34 am

    I chanced upon your blog and found it very informative. The event blogs are striking enough to have a feel of the event, so, I would like to have a little chit-chat on your blogging interests. And even we are coming up with an event on startups on June 6th in Bangalore. So, can I have your contact details? Looking forward to hear from you.

  5. Rakesh said, on May 30, 2009 at 8:27 am

    Just out of curiosity, what “reforms” are they exactly proposing?

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