TiTanic Fa…..ll of Indian Rupee


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The Titanic Disaster of Indian Rupee
So what if the economy is as bad as Shraddha Kapoor’s acting, there is always hope… for the economy—not for Shraddha though, sorry doll. But right now it’s all going downhill, Rupee has fallen farther than SRK’s movie scripts, Rupee has fallen further than Akshay Kumar’s comedy, Rupee has fallen to the point where it has all of us worried whether the ‘Idli Wada Sambar’ will get more expensive and we’ll have to eat cheaper items like ‘Mice and worms’.
Although I did hear that last week the Rupee had some fluctuations. The rise and fall of rupee last week could be compared to Pamela Anderson’s…err…career.
As usual the government is doing all it can to stop this snow ball from rolling down hill. In fact just the other day they did something unimaginable! They made Dr. Manmohan Singh….Speak!!!! (gasp!). You know these are drastic times, when our PM actually gets to speak about something. He mentioned to the country that the economy is bad, which is like saying that a volcano eruption is just Mother Nature sneezing. The speech had an unusual ending though, because it didn’t end it with the usual “thik hai?”
  This rupee problem has us middle class people worried, the beggars however are very happy. I bet they all sit in the night together huddled over a warm fire made by burning newspapers and middle-class people tax money, and discuss, “saala, chaar rupaye aur milte toh ek Ameriki dollar ban jata”.
 It turns out that even the rich have a problem with the dollar price increase, they are not pleased with the way government is handling the issue. Now thanks to the difference between Rupee and Dollar, the rich class has to pay an extra two-three hundred rupees to get a diamond studded; platinum plated, sapphire glass covered IPhone 5! And don’t even get me started on the price of accessories for the phone!This drastic fall of the rupee can only be classified as a catastrophe.  And of course as it is with all natural disasters and calamities there are always these random “experts” spawning like Frogs in rainy season, and coincidentally they also make the same amount of noise.
    Apparently there are  12 year old kids on Facebook who have more knowledge than our Finance Minister. They post information of how the economy can be saved and force us to share the post like it’s a mandir ka prasad. I fail to comprehend how a boy, who thinks Manforce is a company that creates vehicles, decides he’s smart enough to post about the economy of India. But it turns out that this issue is not limited to this, there are people who have no freaking clue about the issue but are out there writing full length articles about it, just like I am right now.
    The economy is slow, the government is about to keep all the gold as mortgage, Poonam Pandey has signed a new film…yes, I know things seem bad. But, I think, I have a solution. If we send enough Indians abroad to get jobs they could earn in dollars and send them back here, thus increasing foreign currency in India and in turn closing the gap between Rupee and Dollar. But this is only my expert opinion, you guys can think of anything ranging from Credit Card Fraud to Email scams to earn money for the country.
   Let’s face it; we are desperate crew members trapped on the Titanic! We all know the ship is sinking, we all know that we don’t have much hope, we all know that our Lux Cozi Wool sweaters will not save us from the cold icy water. So save it, all your expert advice isn’t worth crap unless you are Superman or Bill Gates. You are not experts; you are just people on Social Media who have no life, no friends, and no other way to pass the time.
    The government must be doing all it can to change the situation, because eventually all their scams will start to pay very little. Ten thousand rupees would transfer as ten dollars, and it would be a huge loss for those hard working termites gnawing away at the nation’s financial condition, popularly known as ‘politicians’. So don’t worry, they will get their act together and the country’s situation will be proper once again, because if there is no Batman, who will the Joker play with?
    In the mean time, all you people on Facebook should probably start to save up your Farmville Cash! Because if rupee falls any further, who knows, they just might decide to make it our local currency. But this is only my expert opinion, because knowing the government, they’d even settle for Monopoly money since its plastic and fake—just like them!
See you fellow crew members; we’ll probably meet in the cold abyss as we freeze to death near this sinking Titanic! But excuse me, in the mean time, I must find myself a ‘Rose’.

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FALLING INDIAN RUPEE……..?????????????????


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 INDIAN RUPEE HAS FALLEN TO ALL TIME LOW AGAINST US DOLLAR WILL WE FACE THE SAME SITUATION AS ZIMBABWE. CAN WE SAVE INDIA????

Here is the beggar who got a trifle last year in December. These are notes in 200 000 Zimbabwe dollars. Little millionaire, isnt he?
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One such banknote is equal to 10 cents. The official rate is much higher, but nobody changes.
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On December, 22nd the note in 500 000 Zimbabwe dollars has appeared.
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The next was 750 000.
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In January there was one more note in 10 million.
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Here is the multi-millionaire.
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This note in 10 dollars costs in 10 times more than note in 10 000 000 Zimbabwe dollars.
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And that is February. Now beggars are not given simple 200 000 notes, they get the whole packs of 200-thousand banknotes.
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Here is the local billionaire. He has got 65 billion Zimbabwe dollars in his small suitcase. Just imagine, that is only 2000 American dollars! It was in March.
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The man goes to a supermarket. The exchange rate is 25 000 000 Zimbabwe dollars for one American dollar.
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This pack is equal to 100 dollars.
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In April the government decided to break all the records and issued 50 million dollars note.
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But the inflation didnt stop. Then in May the 250 million note was issued.
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These are shops prices. You must pay almost 3 billion for a T-short or trousers.
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At the end of May the 500 million note was issued.
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But the time doesnt stay and notes in 25 and 50 billion are appeared in June.
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In July there has already been the 100 billion note!
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What can you buy for this money? Probably it can be three eggs.
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Soon people have begun to go to restaurants with such packs
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And received such bills there..
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Because of these cash heaps there was no free place in houses.
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In August the government made a decision to issue new notes, this time without ten zeroes as it was with old ones.
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But they have forgotten about inflation again. In September it was possible to buy 4 tomatoes for this money.
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And for such loaf of bread
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The government didnt stop and in September the 20 000 dollars note was issued again.
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50 thousand has appeared two weeks ago. It is not excluded turning Zimbabwe to billions again till the end of the year.
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And now lets see true face of this crisis. Zimbabwe is the unique country in the world where the largest note is 50 000, and the roll of the cheapest toilet paper costs 100 000.If you take 100 000 Zimbabwe dollars and change them for the smallest 5 dollars notes youll get 20 000 notes. A roll of a toilet paper has 72 pieces.It turns out, that using money instead of toilet paper is in 278 times more favourably, than buying this paper. The cheapest toilet paper in Zimbabwe is the same unpleasant, as these notes.
That is the real crisis!
 

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