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Do one thing. Preserve this thread by closing/locking it so that in future when these events occur, someone with sense should think, "That guy had told about this and he was right."
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Do one thing. Preserve this thread by closing/locking it so that in future when these events occur, someone with sense should think, "That guy had told about this and he was right."
CIA will unwittingly help us capture Gilgit-Baltistan. It would be safe to say that the portions of Jammu & Kashmir state currently controlled by Pakistan today in 2017 would be entirely in Indian hands before the year 2030. Superpowers play their great games and countries like India are used as pawns. But in the latest version of these Cold-wars, the side–effect would be that India would be the unintended beneficiary. Thanks in advance USA!
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CIA will unwittingly help us capture Gilgit-Baltistan. It would be safe to say that the portions of Jammu & Kashmir state currently controlled by Pakistan today in 2017 would be entirely in Indian hands before the year 2030. Superpowers play their great games and countries like India are used as pawns. But in the latest version of these Cold-wars, the side–effect would be that India would be the unintended beneficiary. Thanks in advance USA!


^^The end result sounds good, but how would CIA and RAW make this happen?
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^^The end result sounds good, but how would CIA and RAW make this happen?
There's a Hindi proverb. I don't know the exact wordings. "Puri Ramayan khatam ho gayi. Phir poochhta hai ki Ram kaun hai aur Sita kaun hai!"
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There's a Hindi proverb. I don't know the exact wordings. "Puri Ramayan khatam ho gayi. Phir poochhta hai ki Ram kaun hai aur Sita kaun hai!"
And who reads your Ramayan ?
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And who reads your Ramayan ?
You will have to eat your words when the formidable RAW executes the plan by acting according to the OP of this thread.
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USA's counter-intelligence has come up with a plan to neutralize RAW's plan. It is to couple USA's economy with that of China's instead of India's so that USA has no stake in India's security.

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma says the US wasted trillions on warfare instead of investing in infrastructure
RAW is the most meticulous organization in the world perhaps next only to Japanese and Koreans. They don't leave any loose ends. They must have anticipated this predictable move by CIA before declaring victory by organizing the symbolic victory song 'Dwayne "DJ' Bravo – Champion'. When RAW declares a victory, it means genuine complete success is guaranteed!

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In a way this forum's swami may be right after all. The events are unraveling so slowly that by the time it occurs, it would be like, "It was bound to happen sooner or later. What's special about your prediction?"

This has happened before. When we apprised our colleagues about the US conspiracy to colonize India, they misinterpreted it as something that would happen after 50 years (half-a-century later). We were irritated by this misinterpretation. But eventually their misinterpretation proved correct and our analysis proved wrong. Been there, done that.
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Did US state department or CIA cause delay in the plans of RAW? Not one iota. It was part of RAW's plan to provoke US into reacting to their plan and to know their thinking and course of action so that their ideas and actions may be neutralized. RAW began to execute the strategy of dragging US to bear the brunt of Pakistan's response to Indian attack at least as early as in 2011 when PM Manmohan Singh suggested FDI in retail but in public RAW has been lying that they started the efforts only two years ago.

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Promoters vs professional managers: Are Tata, Infosys victims of an age-old puzzle?

Updated: Feb 11, 2017, 04.51 PM IST

By Pankaj Sharma

Executive powers with owners or professional managers – which one works better for investors is an old debate, perhaps almost as old as the joint stock corporations.

In fact, when we go through the seventeenth and eighteenth century history of East India Company, we find many incidents when the employees of the company used to indulge in private trade and this used to be one of the primary reasons behind conflicts between the investors in London and the on-ground executives in India.

It is a different case that since these employees were severely underpaid, private trade was also permitted to some extent. The history of East India Company is also replete with numerous examples when the political involvement of company officials in local events was discouraged by the owners of the company, but still, the executives went ahead with the option, serving their political inclinations in the most optimal manner.

More than 200 years have passed since then and times may have surely changed. But, the debate continues. More recently, there have been events over the past six months in the corporate India where this issue is getting highlighted again and again.

First, the events unfolded at the Tata Group and now when there are reports that all is not well between the board and the founders at Infosys.

We think there are many investors who think that founders' association with the venture beyond a point does more harm than good and things should be left to professional managers completely.

This camp believes that after a point, the founders become a burden on the company and an enhanced role for the capable, in-sync-with-time professional managers would serve everyone well.

However, when we go a little beyond, there are many others who think a little differently on this subject. This school of thought believes when ownership and executive powers are not aligned, accountability suffers and the approach becomes extremely short-term focused.

This view supports the assertion that unlimited and unchecked power in the hands of people, who do not have any long-term interest in the business, could be very bad.

It may be interesting that there are also situations when the board and the chief executive may not be on the same page, especially when there are many so-called outsiders on the board.

Unfortunately, there is no right or wrong answer here and likely, this debate is unlikely to get settled ever.

Ultimately, everyone including founders, members of the promoter family, professional managers and board members are human - hope, Artificial Intelligence is not taking away some of these roles - and ah! humans are neither perfect nor completely devoid of emotions. In fact, the debate is not about what works better for the company or the investor.

There are several stakeholders and they are not limited to investors. They could be customers, employees, country, society, environment and many more. And hence, the situation gets even more complex. The option in terms of what is good for everyone and keeps all the stakeholders happy may not even be there always.

From the perspective of the investor community, the most prevalent view is perhaps in favour of professional managers. Even if we keep aside the criticism that both investors and managers are only focused on the next quarterly earnings and are in the game only for a very short term, there are enough examples where reckless managers have harmed investors much more than the damage they caused to anyone else.

We think the choice also depends on at what stage of evolution you are as a country or as the corporate world.

When we compare the situation in India now vs that 20 years back, many smart promoters have realised that it doesn’t make practical sense to get greedy in the short term as the personal wealth creation opportunity is much larger when you maintain better standards of corporate governance.

Another important observation we would want to highlight here is purely based on anecdotal experience. We think in the case of first generation entrepreneurs, leaving control to professional managers is much more emotionally difficult for the promoters.

So, once you know as an investor that the promoter is not at the top of his game, it may be better to move on. In the case of second generation promoters, things are always better for investors when the promoters are flexible enough to give enough freedom to managers, but do keep an eye on the broad direction that the company is taking.

However, there is one thing that remains unchanged forever. Don’t bet on people reforming, at least with the same person if not with the same company. That is likely to leave you with disappointment and then you don’t have anyone else to blame either.

Thanks much and enjoy your weekend!

( The author is an independent market expert. Views are personal )

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Did US state department or CIA cause delay in the plans of RAW? Not one iota. It was part of RAW's plan to provoke US into reacting to their plan and to know their thinking and course of action so that their ideas and actions may be neutralized. RAW began to execute the strategy of dragging US to bear the brunt of Pakistan's response to Indian attack at least as early as in 2011 when PM Manmohan Singh suggested FDI in retail but in public RAW has been lying that they started the efforts only two years ago.
Moreover CIA's/US state department's staff smokes drugs of strongest quality that gives HIGHest degree of hallucinations and illusions. You have to see it to believe it. Hence when RAW got tired of showing it sense, it started playing along saying, "Yes, you are correct. We (India) aren't winning."
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LAHORE: Two leading US think tanks have advised the Trump administration must review the policies toward Pakistan for, what it calls, more effectively containing and eventually eliminating the terrorist threats that continue to emanate from the country.

They have called for laying out “a sequence and timeline for specific actions Pakistan must take with regard to terrorists responsible for attacks outside Pakistan and link these steps to future US military assistance”.

The report ‘A New US Approach to Pakistan: Enforcing Aid Conditions without Cutting Ties’ claims that the activities and operations of diverse terror groups on and from Pakistani soil, and the government’s failure to rein them in, threaten vital US national security interests in the region.

It alleged that “Unfortunately, Pakistan never changed its policy of supporting certain militant groups that fight Afghan and coalition forces, thus making it impossible for the United States to achieve its objective of keeping Afghanistan from reverting to a safe haven for international terrorism”.

In its recommendations, the report says it must be acknowledged that Pakistan is unlikely to change its current policies through inducements alone.

The report issued by Hudson Institute and The Heritage Foundation asks the Trump administration must be ready to adopt tougher measures toward Islamabad that involve taking risks in an effort to evoke different Pakistani responses.

“Designating Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism, as some U.S. congressional members have advised, is unwise in the first year of a new administration, but should be kept as an option for the longer term. Indeed the administration should state up front that it intends to review the intelligence on Pakistani involvement in supporting terror much more critically than its predecessors”, it adds.

“Present to Pakistan a list of calibrated actions for ending its support to the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani Network, and make clear that failure to make substantial progress on these steps could eventually result in Pakistan’s designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism,” the report says.

It says the new US administration should recognize that Pakistan is not an American ally. However, it adds, “At the same time, Pakistan is an important country that is willing to cooperate occasionally and partially with the United States. It cannot be treated, for example, in the same way the US deals with North Korea. As a first step, the US must warn Pakistan that its status as a Major Non-NATO Ally (MNNA) is in serious jeopardy. Unless Pakistan takes immediate steps to demonstrate that it fully shares US counterterrorism objectives, the US will revoke its MNNA status within six months.”

The report calls for maintaining the option for Pakistan to be an ally in the future and suggests a package of trade and investment cooperation “that would be mutually win-win for the economies of the United States and Pakistan”.

“Prioritize engagement with Pakistan’s civilian leaders and continue humanitarian and social assistance programs that are administered by Pakistan’s civilian authorities. Rolling back the tide of extremism in Pakistan will be an enormous task and could take a generation, but once again there are some recent hopeful signs that the Pakistani civilian government under Prime Minister Sharif is trying to move the country in this direction,” the report says.

The report also suggests using diplomacy by working with other countries, especially China and Gulf Arab states “that share US concern about Pakistan’s tolerance of terrorist organizations and individuals”.

The report also talks about Pakistan-India relations. “The US should no longer sacrifice its anti-terrorism principles in the region for the sake of pursuing an “even-handed” South Asia policy, but rather should levy costs on Pakistan for policies that help perpetuate terrorism in the region. In particular, US officials must break the habit of trying to balance policies toward India and Pakistan and should instead pursue shared mutual interests with each. At the same time, the US should be modest about its ability to bridge what divides India and Pakistan.”
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