Bangladesh migrants, the citizens of no man’s land

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  1. santosh10

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    Standing of BRIC's Firms in World

    we have an update of listing of firms of BRIC economies as below:

    1st; The World's Most Innovative Companies - Forbes

    here we find 5 Indian firms having a place among the top 100 of world
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    2nd; Asia's Fab 50 Companies - Forbes

    here we find 12 Indian firms having a place in this above list of Asia's top 50
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    3rd; World's Largest 2000 Public Companies - Forbes

    here we find 54 Indian firms having a place in the above list. and yes, Pakistan too from South Asia having 2 companies in the above list.....
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    => Big Mouth of Bangladeshi Members, worth for nothing

    @Ray
    @genius , a nation is made by its people, who altogether make the nation proud by their knowledge/talent/performance. in the above 3 lists of Forbes, a person like me would certainly be surprised to see 2 Pakistani firms also having a place in this top 2000 largest firms of world, true. but, i won't be surprised if i dont see any Bangladeshi firm having a place in any of the above list by the next 10-15 years:wave:

    Bangladesh, a nation of 200 million people. except having False Indian-Hindu names and enter India, have got some position in government also by the bless of superpower US. here, do you have any credibility within Bangladesh????? something you may say here, as per your name as Genius?? :facepalm:

    so big mouth of Bangladeshi people, worth for nothing....... saying Indian works in Bangladesh, while we know them Bangladeshis having false Indian IDs, and working there. the Indian IDs, Bangladeshi government 'circulate' among them, after buying Indian IDs, as part of Bangladeshi annual Budget......

    you yourself claims to be an Indian Hindu on this forum, working in Bangladesh as a software engineering, as per your claim. while we generally know Bangladesh as a member of LDCs, among the most poor countries of world, hence depends on the "Humanitarian aid" to run the government, similar to other LDC member countries. and their people crossing Indian border, work for the least paid job here in India. we generally talk, "it would take upto 20years+, for Bangladesh to come to the level of Pakistan type countries." :ranger:
    so big mouth of these False Indian ID holders of Bangladesh keep on forums, any firm which may have a place in the above lists by even the next decade? :toilet:

    and yes, Indian firms, no matter who own it, got the above status by the people of India, raised them to this level by their knowledge-performance by the people of India. who sell their products to 400million+ strong middle class of India, and hence making profit within India to get a place in the above list. and my this statement is just concerning those False ID holders in India, "any wealth made within India belongs to the voters of India, and its tax payers, to the people of India based here."
    as now even soul of people is transferred by the other nationals, we now have "occupied" bodies of people by other nations too, whoever impressed US in past. but we do hope US/UK to withdraw their support from the rogue nations in future :usa: :uk:
     
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    @Ray @genius

    if you try to find any firm from the very poor LDCs countries like Burma, Nepal, even Sri Lanka also, i dont think you would see them too. dont get upset having a look on the state of Bangladesh here....

    and here, always remember my post about comparison of Bangladesh with Pakistan as below too. as, Pakistan as a nation, is also known to be a poor country, but its a country standing on its own, isn't part of LDC members too to receive humanitarian aid to run their government like Bangladesh. if we see 2 Pakistani firms in the largest 2000 of world, its because they do stand for something.

    and its simply means, big mouth Bangladesh stand for just nothing, write down somewhere..... other than enter here on false Indian IDs, and get high position, by bless of super power US :wave:


     
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    this is what they want to do here, once they get enough space in India:facepalm:

     
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    something more concerning people of India :ranger:

     
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    Come back when you are intellectually strong enough to understand what others are saying. Right now, you are nothing more than a troll with zero knowledge
     
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    Says the clown who doesn't even understand that there is such a thing as overpopulation. No wonder though. You owe everything you have to left wing socialists. How does it feel to hate the ideology that lets you put food on the table?
     
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    As I said, you are too intellectually challenged to understand what I am saying. After all, even people like Bangalorean have a hard time accepting my stance, how could a dropout like you?

    BTW, none of my points regarding population/immigration have been disproved/argued against till now by the people of this forum.

    And I find it funny that people like you, the NRIs/PIOs are talking against immigration into India. Talk about hypocrisy:pound:

    PS: Emigrate to US and attend Redneck parades on anti immigration :thumb::taunt1:

    PPS: I am not the only one with that view btw, even famous economist like Steven Landsburg think the same on this subject

     
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    Nice video , which traversed towards alternative thinking. :thumb:

    Also, do you think/agree , that the current demographic predicament of "developed" countries , is due to their "population policy" , which will eventually create stagnation in their development phase ?
     
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    Yes, I think the current economic mess in the developed countries like Japan owes a large part to their "population shrinkage". It cases huge problems from pensions and other things related to "old age dependancy". Why do you think western countries allow immigration from poorer countries? Do you think they are uber generous and are willing to share their wealth with the world? Obviously not. They do it out of necessity because immigration is a good thing for the economy(it can be bad for the culture and society but they weigh it against the economic benefits)

    Also, check this thread out too.

    http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/economy-infrastructure/61167-india-really-over-populated.html
     
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    http://www.theshillongtimes.com/2015/05/14/refugee-status-to-bdeshis-opposed/

    Refugee status to B’deshis opposed
    From Our Correspondent | Thursday, May 14, 2015

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    Guwahati: The BJP government’s move to provide refugee/citizenship status to Hindu Bangladeshi migrants who had come to India to escape persecution in their homeland, has evoked sharp reactions in Assam where illegal migration from Bangladesh has remained a burning problem for decades.
    The All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) has opposed the attempt to provide refugee status to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh and stated that all illegal migrants from Bangladesh irrespective of religion must be deported from Assam as per Assam Accord clause that prescribes for deportation of illegal Bangladeshi migrants who had come to Assam after March 25, 1971.
    The AASU has stated that it was not going to accept segregation of illegal migrants of religious line. Same stand has been taken by newly-formed regional political party, Gana Mukti, Asom has demanded that all the illegal migrants from Bangladesh must be treated at par irrespective of their religion and deported from Assam.
    The party asserted that it would not allow the BJP to indulge in politics over the religion of illegal Bangladeshi migrants. It said according refugee status to illegal Hindu migrants from Bangladesh would dilute the clause of Assam Accord regarding deportation of illegal migrants from the state.
    However, BJP government’s move has found a supporter in Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi who has maintained that Congress was of granting refugee status to any Bangladeshi migrants who had to come to Assam leaving their homeland to escape persecution.
    Gogoi, however, stops short of specifying religion of such migrants. Assam BJP president Siddhartha Bhattacharrya firmly supported the BJP government’s move to accord refugee/citizenship status to Hindu Bangladeshi migrants who are victims of persecution in their homeland. He said the country was divided on the basis of religion and at that time Indian government had decided to provide protection to Hindus facing persecution in then East Pakistan.
    He further said that as per ‘Immigrants and Expulsion Act ’, refugee status should be provided to those Hindus who had to flee East Pakistan because of harassment.
    Regarding the clause of Assam Accord that prescribes for deportation of illegal migrants from Bangladesh who had come after March 25, 1971, the state BJP president said that even those Hindus who had to leave Bangladesh because of persecution should be given citizenship.
    He pointed out that the BJP government in the Centre would ensure that Assam alone doesn’t have to bear the burden of these Hindu Bangladeshis who will be distributed among all states in the country.

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    Regardless the religion, the illegal infiltrators of Bangladesh must be deported back, whether Hindus or Muslims

    thats a very positive news, indeed.....
    :india:
    in a simple term, "Indian government may hardly grant a short stay visa to those Bangladeshi Illegals, who present their passport of Bangladesh, for the period of time these Bangladeshi minorities may get refugee visa of any other country of world. and this felicity to be available for those minorities of Bangladesh only, who are on run from Bangladesh because of religious riots."

    regardless the religion, the illegal infiltrators of Bangladesh must be deported back, with taking a proper action against those nationals of Bangladesh and Pakistan, who entered here under a false Indian IDs, while hiding their true Identity while entering territory of India :india:

    these people aren't getting any immigration to India, and by crossing International Border of India, and then by hiding their true identity after occupying local Indian IDs somehow too, they are well deserved to be put on a proper trial, before they are deported back to their home countries...

    but because of the so poor state of minorities of Bangladesh and Pakistan, i would favor the Indian government to help these Bangladeshi Hindus-Buddhists, get refugee status by United Nations, so that these minorities of Bangladesh may then move somewhere, to the country who grant refugee visa's to them because of attacks by the Muslim majority of Bangladesh :thumb:

    and the similar help Indian government may offer for the minorities Hindus-Sikhs-Christians-Ahmedi Muslims etc of Pakistan too, to help these people move to the country, which offer them refugee visa...

    but the very first action would be to either deport these Bangladeshi illegals straight back to their country whether Muslims or Hindus, or, Indian government may keep them for a while, by granting a 'short stay' visa for these people, "IF" they present their passport issued from the Bangladesh.....

    as, have you ever heard that a country let foreign nationals straight cross the International Border for any reason, who doesn't present even his/her true identity also? :toilet:

    and first, we want the India-Bangladesh border to be "properly sealed", only few of the officials of Bangladesh may be allowed to enter into India for short stays, considering the news that Bangladeshi government even "buy" Indian IDs to help these Bangladeshi Infiltrators enter into India... we heard, even Bangladeshi civilians are employed by the Bangladeshi government on False Indian IDs, showing they are Indian citizens working in Bangladesh.....

    hence we would first demand this country, Bangladesh, to be recognized as a "rogue nation" by UNSC. no movement of people on the India-Bangladesh border until all the Bangladeshi infiltrators are put on a proper trial by laws of India :india:
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    Suhrawardy no Nero, show Bengal files





    He was worried that police were called back during riots
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    The secret Cabinet papers released by the West Bengal government have revealed that a week after the Great Calcutta Killings started on August 16, 1946, the third Chief Minister of the undivided Bengal province, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, raised the issue of riots and claimed that it was the withdrawal of the police during the time of the riots which led the situation to acquire such grim proportions. Suhrawardy was a prominent leader of the All India Muslim League.

    “…the main charge was that there was complete withdrawal of the police on Friday [August 16] and Saturday [August 17] … At the meeting on the Maidan, there were no police — mounted or otherwise — and there seemed to be no police arrangements anywhere on the morning of the 16th,” the documents said, quoting the Chief Minister. Suhrawardy’s views were endorsed by the then Ministers of Agriculture and Education in the Cabinet meeting held on August 24, 1946, the first to be held after the riots.

    The minutes of the meeting point out that Suhrawardy maintained that the “military was not in fact called too late as alleged in some quarters. They had actually been used at 2 am on the 17th”. He himself had visited the Lalbazaar Police Control Room (the police headquarters) on August 16, the day the riots broke out to see how the situation was developing.

    It is estimated that nearly 5,000 people were killed during the Calcutta riots of 1946, which began on August 16 and continued for the next few days. However, historians have a difference of opinion about the actual number of people killed.

    During the Cabinet meeting, Suhrawardy kept raising the issue of the riots, while Governor Frederick John Burrows kept insisting that “post-mortems” as to what had happened could be held in a different meeting. During the meeting, government officers said that between “one lakh to two lakh” of displaced persons, rendered homeless by the riots and afraid to return to their dwellings, were receiving relief through 150 centres. The issue of exodus from the city in the wake of riots was raised and it was discussed that “departure from the city of such large number of people ... was likely to result in breakdown of economic life”.

    One Minister suggested that the exodus was good as there was a risk of epidemics breaking out in the city, to which Governor Burrows observed that the government should “not encourage people to leave Calcutta”.

    http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...-no-nero-show-bengal-files/article7703800.ece
     
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    1.We have the best HDI in SA. We are providing basic sanitation and drinking water facilities to most people. Half our population don't have to poop in the open every morning.

    Human Development Index Ranking of South Asian Countries
    The human development index (HDI), which assesses long-term progress in health, education and income indicators of 187 member countries of United Nations.
    Sri Lanka 97

    India 134

    Bhutan 141

    Pakistan 145

    Bangladesh 146

    Nepal 147

    India ranks low 134 in human development index - India News - IBNLive

    Source: http://**********/threads/human-dev...f-south-asian-countries.138232/#ixzz3v4iB5xl9


    2. And look at this:
    http://int.search.tb...dazIA6g&tpr=sbt
     

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