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FDI in retail: will it be on the shore?

F resh things irritate countries, especially a democratic power like India. When government opened the door widely for foreign investments through liberalization, agitations were not less. Slogans were pumped from million mouths.  People were not in a position to digest the tweaked policy.  Even though India was about to get demolished economically and the country was forced to sell 20 tons of gold to IMF (international monetary fund) to expel from the shades of balance of payment crises, pluck-cards and slogans were asking to shut the policy drive. What would have happened, if such a ‘private’ 1991 didn’t happen? If no liberalization, then? It’s absurd to steer the discussion in such a way and it is a fact that many good things were the side products of that economic reforms. The role of change was taking off, and many more reforms have been done by the later governmental systems.  In 2005 the then government loosed the FDI regulations for construction industry by making it 100%. 

Ek Deewana Tha- AAROMALE

The season is good for all music lovers and the season right now is RahmaniC. Heeling the musical blockbuster and Goose-bumps creator inside the cinemas, RockstaR, A.R.Rahman is back again for the Bollywood. Ek Deewana Tha is an upcoming Romantic movie directed by southie Ghatuam vasudev menon. The movie is a remake of his  Tamil flick Vinayihandi varuvaya. This is the second Hindi movie crafted by Ghatuam after REHNA HAI THERE DIL MEIN.  The forte of the album EK DEEWANA THA is the blue genre Malayalam song sung by Malayalam composer Alphons joseph . The song would be a novel taste for Bollywood and will make you sense a Pink Floyd smell... The song is penned by Kaithapram.  

Namma bangaluru.. namma metro

For a south Indian, that was a non-accessible track. For a south Indian, that was an ‘alien’ vehicle. Now it is time to strike off all such phases and sentences. The authorities have somehow managed to drag the metro bogies on the track. On October 20, 2011 the metro was flagged off by Union Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath and Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi in the presence of Karnataka Chief Minister Sadananda Gowda. After a number of date slips and extensions, now the people of Bangaluru are ready to taste the new flavour of rapid-transit. The idea which born two decades back had been rolling from table to table and got autopsied many times. But the people were given hope when Prime minister laid the foundation stone on June 4, 2006 for the first phase.  I was there along with my friends at the station just two days after the flag off. While seeing the train moving on the bridge, many film songs flashed in my mind. It was like a trend and now too it seems like a trend in f

One fine morning you realized that your gender is changed. What would be your reactions?

Even though it is a hypothetical situation, let the day be a Sunday. Only a Sunday can make me survive from such a drastic pond of confusions and daze. I guess I will be free from college or work on a Sunday and thus it would help me to think about the further steps. Emotionally I will be zapped and every single chore or routine will be hard for me to do. I’m sure I won’t be in a situation to understand the changes that happened to me. I would be completely shattered. Let me take a wild guess that I would know after a couple of hours that I’m transformed to a girl. The very next thing that I would do is, checking others.  I should confirm whether the same thing happened to my friends or not. And I believe it would be a universal ‘revolution’ that makes girls from guys and vice-versa. If that is the new world, I will be keen to live as a girl. For many years I have been living a male-life and it would be a chance for me and for all other ‘transformers’ to understand the problems and b

" Baby tell me" A video with deed making and haunting musical notes

genre : review T oday all most all have a camcorder and if willing any could easily film a video whether it's a short film or other entertainment like albums. The gadgets are immense and easily accessed, but the only and vital problem is the aesthetic drought. I could easily remember the days in which I was even skipping the classes whenever I found a shooting near by. Now the picture has changed a lot  and film or video shooting is a common thing that happens. Let me come to the music album industry. During the inception of this video stream people were giving great importance and looking keenly. Now the same industry is getting a hard slap from its own hands. Numerous naive albums had shattered the goodwill of this blooming entertainment wing especially in the South. For such slaps there must be some exemptions.  So the struggle given by some of the talents to keep the video album industry active and lively  is incomparable.     So I am proud that one such  opulent opus happened


B eing an unsuccessful CAT cracker, I know how complex and hard an entrance test like Common Aptitude Test is. A strong mindset and try should be there to deal this online exam which is conducted by IIMs. Healthy desire and an eye which could see the professional heights are mandatory and obtruding a person to give this exam won’t be a right fair mean.                         Let me come to the say. Mr K.V SUMANTH, son of K.S.Vasuka and M.R .Geetha and an elder brother of Sushant from Bangaluru made such a thing gloriously and confirmed a seat in IIM Indore. Sumanth laid the way to the IIM, one of the name among the  best B-schools on globe by cracking all the common hurdles planted for an IIM aspirant and also the personal limitations. This differently enabled Indian made the success and kissed the glory after his four consecutive CAT attempts. Simply awesome. The high voltage determination that he radiated just made person like me a bit ashamed as we all belongs to the group who just


                                                 Check out  The Anna Hazare repercussions

Anna hazare repercussions!

N ational Medias are covering the India Against Corruption movement in ultimate swing. It’s sad to see that our regional news makers are not keen to deal with the anti-corruption movement. No doubt, the movement has woken up the sleeping India and dragged the young youthful youths into the process. One hefty powerful law is indeed a must for today’s India and I hope authority will be looking into the same Lokpal bill before implanting. Provisions for development-bottlenecks must be swept away if they reside. Authority should be effective, i.e. Lokpal bill should be on corruption and it should make the concerned authority in a position to trace out the money spent on a particular project or course rather making blocks on the development track saying NO to all doubts and complaints which are skeptical to a minimum level. Thank you  Anna Hazare. You put the stone in the 'ugly water' and the repercussion vibrations are reaching lengths n breadths what is THE JAN LOKPAL BILL

A short man who makes INDIA taller

"When Sachin Tendulkar travelled to Pakistan to face one of the finest bowling attacks ever assembled in cricket, Schumacher was yet to race a F1 car, LanceArmstrong had never been to the Tour de France, Diego Maradona was still the captain of a world champion Argentina team, Pete Sampras had never won a Grand Slam. When Tendulkar embarked on a glorious career taming Imran and company, Roger Federer was a name unheard of; Lionel Messi was in his nappies, Usain Bolt was an unknown kid in the Jamaican backwaters. The Berlin Wall was still intact, USSR was one big, big country, Dr Manmohan Singh was yet to "open" the Nehruvian economy. It seems while Time was having his toll on every individual on the face of this planet, he excused one man. Time stands frozen in front of Sachin Tendulkar. We have had champions, we have had legends, but we have never had another Sachin Tendulkar and we never will." P.S : A PARA ON SACHIN BY TIME MAGAZINE

TRAFFIC-MALAYALAM MOVIE[2011] i was loving it and i loved

genre : movie review T he promotional wall papers, the posters and the cut-outs would not have made any surprise or grin on me if it was a Bolly-Hollywood or Tamil feature. But I got surprised and caught as it was from a normal Malayalam film which didn’t bear any big stars. It was nice to see many faces on the wall as pics and the name too stroke. After a few days, today [14/1/11] I went for the movie along with one of the lads from my friend-list.   Let me type from the beginning. The title displays and the scrolling were a bit awkward, better  say oblique. But later it went catchy as the actor Sreenivasan was making a voice-only presence and the front page narration was not into hearts. But the same gave or labeled the film a serious face and the viewers did stop talking and commenting.   It was a take off from the director side, taking the viewers in his bag.  The story was like a shuffled puzzle packet before us and later the screen-people made it in proper lines and corner