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National Innovation Foundation - India

PRESIDENT INAUGURATES EXHIBTION OF INNOVATIONS RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN :The President of India, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil inaugurated the Exhibition of Innovations at the ongoing Udyanotsav at Rashtrapati Bhavan on 14th March 2011

National Innovation Foundation - India celebrated its 11th Foundation Day on 28th Feb 2011. On this occasion a brainstorming session with social leaders, entrepreneurs, intellectuals, business men, activists, thought provokers and well-wishers was organized to discuss the strategies to take the grassroots innovations' movement forward.

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This is a must read for all Indians and very very important for all of us to
circulate this information to as many people as possible.That is the minimum we
can do as citizens.This is one goldenen opportunity for the whole of India to
wake up and grab the opportunity to progress.

This is some data given by an organisation called Tax justice network.
Thesefigures were given in trillions of dollars
converted to lakh crores for your convenience:

Total black money of all the countries in the world --516 lakh crore
Total black money of Indians in Swiss Banks- ---------100 lakh crore
Total black money of Indians in other tax haven countries(60
----------------------- 158 lakh crore
Total black money of Indians outside india (100+158)--258 lakh crore
Total black money of Indians circulating within India--50 lakh crore
Total black money within India and abroad(258+50)-----308 lakh crore

If this is approximated to 300 lakh crore and distributed among 600 districts
in India (there are 600 districts in India)
then each district will get 50,000 crore. Just imagine what all can be done with
this huge amount?
Its a shame that out of 516 lakh crore total black money of all the countries
put together, half of it belangs to Indians.

Wha says India is poor? It has been made poor by these corrupt politicians,
babus and industrialists. The nobel prize for corruption should go to India.
Now lets see how this black money can be brought back to India. It is estimated
that about 25000 people go to switzerland very frequently ie every 3 months or
six months. The list of these black sheeps can be prepared by seeing their
passports on which visa stamps of the countries they visit would be present. The
list of these people can be verified with swiss banks who are ready to divulge
the details of accounts of particular people named specifically.

Now lets compare the GDPs of various countries to see what drastic change this
black money can bring in our GDP.

GDP of USA ------------------619 lakh crore
Japan     -----------------------200 lakh crore
GDP of germany --------------149 lakh crore
GDP of Russia ----------------128 lakh crore
GDP of france   ---------------116 lakh crore
Canada   -----------------------69 lakh crre
Australia    ---------------------37 lakh crore
India  --------------------------55 lakh crore

If 308 lakh crore black money is brought home and added to our GDP of 55 lakh
crore our new GDP would become (308+55)
ie 363 lakh crore ie we will become No 2 after USA interms of GDP. Also if such
a huge amount of money is available with us

our growth rate can easily touch 20% instead of the 6% at present. There would
be no taxes required to be paid by the

citizens of country for at least 15 years. This also means 20% of 300 lakh crore
will get incremented every year in our GDP

ie 60 lakh crore increment every year. With this rate we will overtake USA in 5
years. Seems like shiekhchilli daydreaming?

Well thats what politicians have done to our thought process. We cant even pity
Now the question is from where have these thugs generated such huge amount of
money. The answer is they are literally selling the country.

All the natural resources of the country are given on lease fo 99 years, ..........50 years etc . The lease is for 1 rupee on paper but thousands of crores exchage hands under the table. These include coal mines, iron ore mines, precious stone mines, other metal mines. Now they are even selling the rivers of the country ie all rights of a particular river would be given to a particular MNC. Huge timber reserves are sold off at throw away prices to contractors. For example a coal mine with 50, 000 crore worth of coal is sold off for 1000 crore on paper. Whereas lets say 5000 crore is paid to the Chief  minister under the table. Madhu Koda was only a case that was exposed. The same situation exits with more or less all the Chief Ministers.

So please join hands to put pressure on the govt to bring back all the black money into Indian economy.
To sum it up all here's a quote by Swami Ramdev :

"Yadi sarkar imandar to kyon desh me bhrashtachar
Yadi nahi sarkar ke man me khot to kyon chhapti hai bade note"


SRISTI - Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions

SRISTI, which means creation, was born in 1993 essentially to support the activities of the Honey Bee Network to respect, recognize and reward the creativity at grassroots. Based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, SRISTI (Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies) is a registered charitable organization that is devoted to empowering the knowledge rich-economically poor people by adding value in their contemporary creativity as well as traditional knowledge. It has helped establish GIAN, NIF, MVIF and AASTIIK.
SRISTI was set up to provide organizational support to the HBN. The objectives were: systematically documenting, disseminating and developing grassroots green innovations, providing intellectual property rights protection to grassroots innovators, working on the in situ and ex situ conservation of local biodiversity, and providing venture support to grassroots innovators. SRISTI manages the Honey Bee database of innovations, and supports the publication of the Network’s newsletter in three languages, English, Hindi and Gujarati.
Lately SRISTI has being focusing on more concerted ways of hitherto neglected domains like women’s knowledge systems, value addition through a natural product laboratory, and innovations in education.