'India, Once Colonised, Has Turned Into A Coloniser'

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  1. Iamanidiot

    Iamanidiot Elite Member Elite Member

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    www.outlookindia.com | 'India, Once Colonised, Has Turned Into A Coloniser'

    The local thugs circle is not at allhappy with this report and bania lady.Lefties like this are bad for business.We are extremely unhappy with this report
     
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  3. Daredevil

    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    How the heck is this colonizing??. Its business. But I agree that the people from whom the land is takenshould be appropriately compensated. I think that should be a standard that all ethical companies should follow. But bringing Indian govt. into a purely private business is total stupidity. India by itself is not funding these businesses to acquire the land, the businessmen are doing it on their own for their own profit. And Indian govt. is not gaining anything.
     
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    Iamanidiot Elite Member Elite Member

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    @DD they are from Andhra thugs circle.Ethiopia population is too sick to even work
     
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    This article is a joke investing in land and colonizing and subjugating people for centuries are not same.
     
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    I think writer didn't knew the meaning of colonizing.

    British came empty hand and we are investing hard earned money
     
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    Rich firms buying land abroad is not a nation colonising. They are bound by the host country's rule..

    If i had money i would have bought Madagaskar and killed those dreaded penguins and that lemur named King Julien.
     
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    It is an interview of Ms Anuradha Mittal

    God :lol: A SOCIALIST MITTAL !
     
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    What bullshit !! The Ethiopian government themselves asked for help from the Indian government to help them in bringing about a agricultural revolution in Ethiopia like our own Green revolution that took place. Their delegations keep visiting major towns in Punjab and Delhi, and they hold investment meets for prospective investors in agriculture. And since they are offering a lot of facilities, and relaxations on taxes etc. it makes an interesting proposition for investors in agriculture. Hence so many individuals and companies are investing in Ethiopia and other nations in Africa.

    It is also mandatory in most nations to provide facilities to the individuals whose land is being sold like educational services, medical services and employment so that those people are not exploited.

    God knows how such dumb asses who know nothing about the investment and economic policies about the countries they are commenting on became a journalist in the first place !
     
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    Guys, it is Outlook, that mag's not fit to be used as toilet paper.
     
  11. Armand2REP

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    Problem with this strategy is the instability of African regimes. One day all is going fine and the next day they nationalise their land to lose everything.
     

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