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Education and Subsidy

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
Hmmm Mr Param
Touched a raw nerve did I ?
I love your choice of language especially the gem <It is attitude of
people like you who never come out of mediocrity in grasping issues in
wholistic(sic) context, which bleads (sic) the hearts of any committed
individuals>  If you learned that on subsidized education you are
putting it
to good use. But not your obnoxious use of the word "Crap"
I must also pay my sincere thanks to you for putting $500 of your hard
earned money in an "Indian Bank" (wonder though for how long - since the
has cut the stupidly high interest rates) so that 250 of my fellow
householders in India can get more subsidized! What commitment and
display of a bleeding heart!
BTW we have gas connections which are prompt a bit more expensive .. and

private too!
However lets put the perspective back on my point "Do you believe that
the state has subsidized the education of the majority of the first
generation immigrants from India or not? "

A Guru

----- Original Message -----
From: Komaragiri, Param (Param)** CTR ** <param@lucent.com>
To: <debate@indiapolicy.org>
Sent: Saturday, 10 March, 2001 12:16
Subject: RE: Bizzare

> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!

> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Mr Guru wrote:
> > I guess my friends staying back in the plush comforts of newly
> > lands should be made to pay (and here its no begging bowl) for the
> > subsidized
> > education they got in India and are now using to line their pockets
> (and
> > the coffers of foreign lands).A mention should be made in the IPI
> policy
> > that all people having
> > studied in India and now working in foreign lands are taxed heavily
> for
> > the
> > education they received and an additional penalty imposed for the
> in
> > the
> > chance to educate another fellow citizen who would be of use in
> > Such a "tax" should include the situation where knowledge and rich
> > experience is gained (however lopsided one might think of it) and
> > subsequently wasted if for example an IAS officer deserts his
> motherland
> > to make money in foreign lands.
> >
> Mr Guru,
>  Let me venture to relieve your anguish.
>  First of all you better read ' all the publications' on ipi to get a
> grasp
> of how and why an IAS officer goes to foreign land, before talking any

> crap.
> Even if they go to make money in foreign lands, what bothers you when
> they
> work day and night to get a 'leverage' for you, to bring you out of
> subsidy 'mess'  and still continue to 'pay' for those subsidies till
> they
> last? It is attitude of such people like you who never come out of
> mediocrity in grasping issues in their wholistic context, which bleads

> the
> hearts of any committed individuals, than the actual issues them
> .
> What subsidy are you talking otherwise of those living in foreign
> What if they lead a plush life there when ' each '  nri, on average,
> month 'pays' simply by putting money in an Indian bank , of $500 on
> that way pays for abt ' 250 ' households like yours' gas connection
> 'subsidy' , every month, in terms of foreign exchange ( 240/- per
> cylinder
> is the price govt pays but 165/- is what we pay.Rest of 'subsidy' what

> you
> lament about educating those who left for plush life buddy, is
> being paid in a different way by putting their money in Indian
> banks.Subsidy
> multiplied many times -- Is it not service enough even if they got
> subsidised education ? they are paying for 'your' domestic gas subsidy

> now ?
> OK ? just to state an example.It is a crude comparison I am sorry, and

> apologise to any body who, if,  got offended, I had to bring home one
> point
> clearly that knowingly or unknowingly they DO contribute to Indian
> economy
> .They DO contribute simply by travelling to India once in a year even
> foreign airlines. So don't cry about their plush life unless you want
> vent out any jealosy .
> More over how are you 'SO SURE' that all those who left India did
> got
> subsidised education ? are you in a cave of beliefs ? what about
> who
> paid heavily in tuitions, private institutions, computer courses with
> their
> hard earned money and are leading 'some' life overseas, (may be plush
> may be
> not) and are atleast 'bothering' to put their money in Indian banks,
> which
> it self helps you, me,  and many others.. dont you realise that ? what

> is
> that taxing heavily you talk about ? I would advise you Mr Guru, to
> please
> read all publications on ipi before expressing your grouse on nris.
> Once our systems improve for better, be assured there will be reverse
> osmosis.
> Parameswar

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