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Crying Need For Reforms

| 6/14/2012 9:00 PM Thursday

Crying Need For Reforms...

This refers to the various questions raised by you in the latest issue of Dalal Street Investment Journal (Vol. 27, Issue No. 13, dated June 4-17, 2012). In my opinion, there is a very urgent need for reforms in our economy. This is the only way in which we can prevent market downslides which are likely to happen due to any global crisis.

- Ganesh Iyer

The cover story in the latest issue of Dalal Street Investment Journal made for some interesting reading. I would suggest that Dr Manmohan Singh should stop following orders and do what he is capable of. He is a very intelligent man.

- Shivaz Manchanda

....But Why Blame The PM Alone?

This refers to the cover story in Dalal Street Investment Journal (Issue No. 13, dated 17 June 2012). Why are we asking Dr Manmohan Singh so many questions? Did he not save the country from a great crisis at one point of time? Each and every one of us need to ask themselves as to whether we are doing everything lawfully, according to the rules and regulations? We are all responsible for the current situation that the country is in. Every single person is responsible for the integrity of the country and not Dr Manmohan Singh alone. Why criticise him for everything that happens in India. He is a true leader and a man of very high values.

- Mahi Reddy

Greek Crisis Demystified

I must say that the special report titled ‘Greece: The Austere Effects Of Parting’ that featured in Dalal Street Investment Journal Issue No. 13 was an eye opener. A common person and a small investor who hears all the buzz in the markets is really not able to understand the larger implication of the Euro zone crisis.

Hats off to your publication, which addresses investors’ concerns by touching upon each and every aspect of the economy, not just on the domestic, but also on the global front.

- Ravi Subramaniam

 

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