Tackle Demonstration or Strike by Political Party

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Posted on 16 04, 2018


Time and again we have been facing this social stigma which has more negative impact than positive vision. The Political parties calling this demonstration or strike never looks into the problem that the common people has suffer. The opposition party or other parties also participate to create more hell out of this panic situation.


Since history, we have never heard Election Commission taken any major steps against any party for all such violence or social ill. Why there is not proper control and necessary steps to save national life, property and valuable income and image. Why before calling any such act or activity a proper message is passed for evaluation how many lives will be affected, who will be responsible for loss of income for daily earners.

As a precautionary steps, the parties calling demonstration or bandh should make it at such hour where no normal life gets affected or major impact on common people be avoided (e.g. 12 noon to 4 pm) or on Sunday or national holiday. Why no planning that anyone who is related to utility services will not be allowed to take leave or undue affecting common lives.

We should be responsible to people who has given you vote or atleast being social is from the same society and given due opportunity to live in the same society where the sufferer also lives.

SAVE NATIONAL ENERGY, SAVE NATIONAL IMAGE AND HELP TO INCREASE NATIONAL INCOME!


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Posted on 11 04, 2018


Weakness in market may continue but top 10 stocks can give up to 50% return


According to experts, the volatility is here to stay for some more time and another 4-5 per cent correction can't be ruled out.

Bears continued to be in a dominant position at Dalal Street for last two months, though bulls tried intermittently to get charged. Negative sentiment on account of many reasons - global trade war, banking fraud, LTCG risk, political uncertainty etc - pulled down the Nifty around 1,200 points from record high touched just before the Budget.

According to them, the volatility is here to stay for some more time and another 4-5 percent correction can't be ruled out. But that should be offering a big buying opportunity for investors who missed the bus earlier.

"Indian equity markets reacted negatively today, in-line with global markets. With US imposing fresh tariff targeted China, there is an increasing fear of a trade war which could impact economic growth,"

Siddhartha Khemka,VP - Head of Research (Retail), MOFSL said

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Weakness in market may continue but top 10 stocks can give up to 50% return

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Posted on 11 04, 2018


According to experts, the volatility is here to stay for some more time and another 4-5 per cent correction can't be ruled out.


Bears continued to be in a dominant position at Dalal Street for last two months, though bulls tried intermittently to get charged. Negative sentiment on account of many reasons - global trade war, banking fraud, LTCG risk, political uncertainty etc - pulled down the Nifty around 1,200 points from record high touched just before the Budget.

Not only India but also global markets corrected during the same period but the correction in India is more than global counterparts. The major reasons apart from listed above are rising capital cost, likely NPA problems in PSU banks etc but investors should not worry as experts feel whenever economic growth happens, interest rates always go up.

According to them, the volatility is here to stay for some more time and another 4-5 percent correction can't be ruled out. But that should be offering a big buying opportunity for investors who missed the bus earlier.

"Indian equity markets reacted negatively today, in-line with global markets. With US imposing fresh tariff targeted China, there is an increasing fear of a trade war which could impact economic growth,"

Siddhartha Khemka,VP - Head of Research (Retail), MOFSL said.

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