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Old October 18th, 2014, 06:38 PM
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Thumbs up Re: PM Modi outlines priorities, tells ministers to focus on governance

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Let me suggest some Dhoom Dhadam ka policies (Guaranteed to invite bandhs and lose elections)

1 Remove Fertilizer Subsidies
2 Remove all petroleum subidies and surcharges too. Slightly cheaper petrol but much costlier diesel, LPG and Kerosene.
3 End all the yojanas like NREGA, that thing of giving subsidies to Kashmiri Students, etc. (Haj subsidy comes down in the line)
4. Build ATMs that read fingerprints and disburse 50% of the amount saved in 1, 2 and 3 in cash. one can withdraw say, 1000Rs every month. The same fingerpriont cannot withdraw twice every month.
5. Reduce Income tax to 10% for the top slab. Then you will autonmatically see black money pouring back into the country.
6. Open govt matka dens and betting centres. Those who pay an income tax of over 1 lakh could be allowed there.
7. Pay the betting revenue accumulated to the sports teams if they win.
8. reduce the import duty on scotch, beer, etc. to 15%
9. Designate one island in Andaman and Nicbar as a special tourist zone. Ganja, Laundiayabazi, Laundebaazi, everything would be legal there.

Bas - Is that not enough.

After the decommissioning of the Planning Commission the second Dhoon Dhadam. it is actuallyin line with the suggestion i have put in bold
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Govt frees diesel, raises gas price

With a 33% jump, natural gas prices will now stand at $5.61 per mBtu; new rate to take effect from November 1


BS Reporter | New Delhi October 18, 2014 Last Updated at 23:20 IST











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The government on Saturday took a step forward on fuel pricing by approving a 33 per cent jump in natural gas prices to $5.61 per mBtu and by decontrolling the price of diesel.

This is the first reduction in diesel rates in about five years. Diesel rates were last cut on January 29, 2009, by Rs 2 a litre to Rs 30.86. Diesel prices were last raised by 50 paise on September 1.

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