INDIA TODAY & Pakistan....whatever happened?
- m>Interesting ....and yet we all knew much of this already. I mean the religious issues. About India..WoW!
Subject: Re: INDIA TODAY & Pakistan....whatever happened?
All i can say is -
Christian, Muslim. sama sama
>we choose to emulate the failures?
> My friends,
> Will we learn? Why do
> This is indeed a world of abundance with enough for all. How can we
> follow the failures and expect to share in the abundance? Surely, if we
> want to partake of the available abundance we must learn from the
> successful and do as they have done.
> A REMINDER: NEXT YEAR'S COMMONWEALTH GAMES WILL BE HOSTED BY INDIA
> What a Pakistani journalist thinks of India and Indians!
> Capital suggestion by Dr Farrukh Saleem
> Here's what is happening in India
> The two Ambani brothers can buy 100 percent of every company listed on the
> Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) and would still be left with $30 billion to
> spare. The four richest Indians can buy up all goods and services
> produced over a year by 169 million Pakistanis and still be left with
> billion to spare. The four richest Indians are now richer than the fortybuilding his new home, Residence Antillia (after a mythical,
> richest Chinese.
> In November, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex flirted with
> 20,000 points. As a consequence, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries
> became a $100 billion company (the entire KSE is capitalized at $65
> billion). Mukesh owns 48 percent of Reliance.
> In November, comes Neeta's birthday. Neeta turned forty-four three weeks
> ago. Look what she got from her husband as her birthday present:
> A sixty-million dollar jet with a custom- fitted master bedroom, bathroom
> with mood lighting, a sky bar, entertainment cabins, satellite television,
> wireless communications and a separate cabin with game consoles. Neeta is
> Mukesh Ambani's wife, and Mukesh is not India's richest but the second
> Mukesh is now
> phantom island somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean). At a cost of $1 billionbecame the 3rd most attractive foreign direct investment
> this would be the most expensive home on the face of the planet. At 173
> meters tall Mukesh's new family residence, for a family of six, will be
> the equivalent of a 60-storeyed building. The first six floors are
> reserved for parking. The seventh floor is for car servicing and
> maintenance. The eighth floor houses a mini-theatre. Then there's a
> health club, a gym and a swimming pool. Two floors are reserved for the
> Ambani family's guests. Four floors above the guest
> floors are family floors all with a superb view of the Arabian Sea. On
> top of everything are three helipads. A staff of 600 is expected to care
> of the family and their family home.
> In 2004, India
> destination. Pakistan wasn't even in the top 25 countries. In 2004, thewas founded by Vinod Khosla. The Intel Pentium processor,
> United Nations, the representative body of 192 sovereign member states,
> had requested the Election Commission of India to assist the UN in the
> holding of elections in Al Jumhuriyah al Iraqiyah and Dowlat-e Eslami-ye
> in Afghanestan. Why the Election Commission of India and not the Election
> Commission of Pakistan? After all, Islamabad is closer to Kabul than is
> Imagine, 12 percent of all American scientists are of Indian origin; 38
> percent of doctors in America are Indian; 36 percent of NASA scientists
> are Indians; 34 percent of Microsoft employees are Indians and 28 percent
> of IBM employees are Indians.
> For the record: Sabeer Bhatia created and founded Hotmail... Sun
> that runs 90 percent of all computers, was fathered by Vinod Dham. Rajivcombined wealth
> Gupta co-invented Hewlett Packard's E-speak project. Four out of ten
> Silicon Valley start-ups are run by Indians. Bollywood produces 800
> movies per year and six Indian ladies have won Miss Universe/Miss World
> titles over the past 10 years.
> For the record: Azim Premji, the richest Muslim entrepreneur on the face
> of the planet, was born in Bombay and now lives in Bangalore. India now
> has more than three dozen billionaires; Pakistan has none (not a single
> dollar billionaire).
> The other amazing aspect is the rapid pace at which India is creating
> wealth. In 2002, Dhirubhai Ambani, Mukesh and Anil Ambani's father, left
> his two sons a fortune worth $2.8 billion. In 2007, their
> stood at $94 billion. On 29 October 2007, as a result of the stock marketothers...
> rally and the appreciation of the Indian rupee, Mukesh became the richest
> person in the world, with net worth climbing to US$63.2 billion (Bill
> Gates, the richest American, stands at around $56 billion).
> Indians and Pakistanis have the same Y-chromosome haplogroup. We have the
> same genetic sequence and the same genetic marker (namely: M124).
> We have the same DNA molecule, the same DNA sequence. Our culture, our
> traditions and our cuisine are all the same. We watch the same movies and
> sing the same songs. What is it that Indians have and we don't?
> INDIANS ELECT THEIR LEADERS!!!
> And also to mention: They think of Construction of their own nation,
> unlike other nations who are just concerned with destruction of
> Simple answer why the Indian fare better than the Pakis'... They don't
> focus on religion and neither do they spend time and money in devising
> ways to kill their own and everyone else over religion. They are secular.
> "..The Pakistanis are Muslims. They have allowed the Islamic clergy and
> the Military to run their country.."
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