Friday, September 28, 2007

Strong rupee:Boon or Debacle?

There may be a n-number of reasons for the appreciating rupee,but they are well known and have been discussed by economists and analysts extensively.But what may be the impact on Exports?Exchange rate is only one of the variables influencing the export performance of a country,others might be manufacturing cost,quality of products, delivery schedules and brand.Some of the big software companies started to negotiate with its foreign clients for compensation.But in textile sector,many of the Knitwear manufacturing companies discussing to shift to deal in euros instead of dollars.A rising rupee is also expected to attract more foreign direct investment to India apart from keeping inflation and interest rates down,but in any way it may not help for outsourcing organizations. This should help the manufacturing sector to maintain the tempo of new investments and productivity improvements.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Finally a dream FINAL!

Nothing is more than cricket in India,because it's India's religion.After its earleir chuck out in last ODI world cup,India is in world cup finals very soon,that too with its arch-rival pakistan!!...what a dream run for indian cricket!We know that Indian team is an easiest team to predict,our teams motto is as simple as "more expectation,less fulfillment",no longer it seams to be true.yes,last night after semi finals with australia,indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said his mantra,"Play without pressure, play to enjoy the game, express yourself, and don't worry about the results" That has been the desperate need for team India since long long period ago.After these days,now individual does not matter any more as team system has taken over them.So,as Dhoni's way,"let us see our team without pressure,enjoy the game ,express ourself,don't worry about results" Indeed,it's a witness for why does the game of cricket drive 1.2 billion people into a state of frenzy?
And what is an important impact of rich man's game in poor man's country in this T20 WC2007?In business...
India, in fact, accounts for 80% of all money in international cricket and has a TV viewership that is 10 times the size of all other ICC member countries put together.Many sorry almost all of services industry has already got double profit,but some few industries like real time or timely making profit industries,like textile industry in india has missed it's room of profit.Actually today morning i spoke to a garment exporter,he said that,in last ODI WC2007, because of indian teams bad dispaly,their huge volume of goods spilled out and also they are already facing a big challenge of dollars tumble and its risk factors. Huh,Game is all about win and lose!!

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

A tightrope walk...

Hats off for the film director Padmamagan,for his bold attempt to reveal the hidden side of commercial sex workers and the solution to overcome innocent/unconsciously fascinated sex workers in his new movie "Ammuvagiya Naan".It's a movie about "ammu",who was brought up in brothel house and how that environment had driven her into a fascinated meaningless life.Finally he gave the solution for why the young sex workers should overcome their innocence and how to overcome the struggles in normal life after prostitution.Here, new face Bharathi as protagonist, outperformed everyone in this movie.Be it Love or lust,sympathy or empathy,she never fail to steal the show.At many places, they have let silence speak.Parthiban,a daring actor,he (heroism)underplayed in this movie,but his character overplayed the movie by giving the right mix to the story.Its is clearly shown that parthiban had understood the significance of the theme.His live and love brings a change in prostitute character. A rare and dare attempt in box-office driven Kollywood, with beautiful emotional touch.Totally it is a tightrope walk for director,but he moved successfully to otherside.