What Is really Black

Most of us in our younger times used to wonder what is black money,is it really black?As we grew older and older the black money also grew with us larger and larger.we pay a medicine for Rs 100 but don”t take the bill and allow the shopkeeper to generate some black money by withholding a portion of the sale proceeds from the tax authorities. We sell a part of our assets but donot fully account the sale proceeds and pay the applicable tax only on the accounted portion.Here we generate black money…the chain grows and to the extent that this process impinges on the revenue to be honestly going to the Goverment.Also we create an inequality among ourselves into haves and havenots all pointers of future disasters waiting to happen.Let us resolve to keep the color of the money in white only..let the Government print the notes in any color.

 

pichai

One Reply to “What Is really Black”

  1. Dear Pichai,

    I am glad that you have started new BLOG. Best of luck!

    As an experienced blogger, my tips to you:
    1. The background ‘green’ colour and the ‘blue’ fonts thereon do not go kind on eyes. Try changing the blue colour into the usual black one and see whether it helps. Or, make any such suitable changes that may appeal to most of the readers.

    2. Please write the text in a separate MS word file, with all beautification, and then copy into the Blog. This will help to avoid spelling mistakes as well as bring clarity to the writing.

    3. You may create blank files with only titles, say three or four, in advance, so that you dont struggle for the topics. Whenever time permits you can write the content in those files.

    4. Make photographs ready. It is after all your own newspaper! So, you are the bridegroom of the blog. Keep your best portrait for adding into the content of the blog every time you publish it. Readers would be happy to see the writer’s face, unless you write something to invite their scorn.

    5. Once you publish a new blog, do send the link to the emails of your friends. Otherwise they may not know that you have published it. This is needed in the initial one year, say.

    6. Once your blog becomes famous, and everyone start praising it, please remember that some of your friends like me would also be having blogs which you need to visit! Dont forget us!

    7. By the way, I have blog since 4 years, and it is in Tamil: http://ChellappaTamilDiary.blogspot.com. Let the Tamil knowing friends visit me iof they haven’t done till now. Thank you!

    – Y Chellappa (ex-Corporation Bank)

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