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August 15, 2015

Doing My Bit for Financial Inclusion by Guiding and Encouraging

Inspired by Dhirendra Kumar's article on Value Research encouraging us financially literate Indians to do our bit for financial inclusion, especially in the light of initiatives taken by government, I encourage and guide people whenever I see fit.

For example, recently when I was early to work, I chatted with office boy, who's a young unmarried boy. Besides the small talk, I encouraged him to take up a second job, as he doesn't have the responsibility of another person on his shoulders yet. Also, I asked him if he had a bank account. He said no. I encouraged him to open a bank account, save money, take Prime Minister insurance schemes (for Rs 12 and 330). He nodded.
"Everyone has the right to move upwards in life, by working for it"

May 9, 2015

This Is What The World Looks Like From A Stray Pup’s Perspective. (By World For All, Mumbai, India)


"Mumbai-based animal welfare organization, World For All, strapped a camera on a stray pup and captured the most gut-wrenching footage of what it’s like to be a homeless dog on the streets of Mumbai. This is the most powerful message one can receive to rescue a dog!" 

You can read the original post on BarkPost.com here, visit the YouTube page of video and visit World For All

If I made you to consider adopting your next dog, I think I have won! Thank you!

Credits: BarkPost.com

April 12, 2015

Come On Mother, I Don't Have Whole Day - Cutting In Line By Some Devotees When Paying Obeisance (Darshan)

Mata Chinpurni's durbar as seen from the havan kund, on left

People try to game the system, advise you to follow the rules, while they themselves bend the same rules for disproportionate personal benefit. But what about when you are going to pay obeisance (darshan) to God?

January 5, 2015

Not In My Backyard - No Parking Banner In a Busy Market in Punjab, India

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gopal1035/16194335882/
Seen here at Rainak Bazaar, Jalandhar in Punjab, India a stern warning to not park any vehicle in the surrounding area.

The banner has unfriendly smiley and photos of live vehicles of which tyres were deflated. And at the bottom is mentioned that this notice is by local residents.  

All in all, the message is strong and in our hours of shopping around I think no one parked their vehicle around this area.

October 8, 2014

Bank Of India Missed Call For Balance Number To Call

09015135135

This number is working as on Oct 2014. Also note that a previous number 02233598548 has been discontinued and no longer works.

This information is for convenience and kindly contact Bank Of India for any query.