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Rupee at new low of 74.48 against dollar, equity market indices in red


Mumbai, Oct 11 (IANS): A massive slide in global stock markets, along with a weak rupee plunged the key domestic equity indices during the morning trade session on Thursday.

According to market observers, the slide in the US and Asian markets eroded investors' risk-taking appetite and at one point plunged the barometer S&P BSE Sensex by over 1,000 points.

In addition, the Indian currency plummeted to a new low of 74.48 to a USD on Thursday morning.

Heavy selling pressure was witnessed in banking, metals, automobile, IT and capital goods stocks. All 19 sector based indices of the S&P BSE traded in the red.

At 11.00 a.m., the broader Nifty50 of the National Stock Exchange traded at 10,198.35 points, down 261.75 points or 2.50 per cent from its Wednesday's close.

The S&P BSE Sensex, which had opened at 34,063.82 points, traded at 33923.45 points, down 837.44 points or 2.41 per cent.

So far, the Sensex has touched an intra-day high of 34,063.82 points and a low of 33,723.53 points.

"We started with a strong selling due to a weak Asian market given sharp fall in the US market yesterday, fearing that rising interest rates and trade tension is going to impact company's profitability," Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services, told IANS.

On Thursday, Asian indices were showing a negative trend. Japan's Nikkei 225 was quoting in red, down by 4.37 per cent while Hang Seng was down by 3.95 per cent, South Korea's Kospi was also down by 3.63 per cent.

China's Shanghai Composite index was trading in red, down by 4.74 per cent.

Overnight, Nasdaq closed in red, down by 4.26 per cent while FTSE 100 was also down by 1.29 per cent at the closing on Wednesday.

"IT, banks, realty and metal stocks have fallen the most, while Oil and gas and media stocks have fallen the least. Nifty seems to be in a temporary bottom formation stage which could last a few more days," HDFC Securities Head of Retail Research Deepak Jasani said.

In terms of currency, the Indian rupee slipped to a fresh record low of 74.48 to a US dollar on Thursday morning after it opened at 74.31 to a dollar at the Inter-Bank Foreign Exchange Market from its previous close of 74.22 (74.2175). 

 


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  • Karthik Kamath, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    I want Modi to be our prime minister and Manmohan Singh to be our Finance minister.

    DisAgree [14] Agree [2] Reply Report Abuse

  • shane, mng/dxb

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Guys you people must understand the LS polls are just few months away, people in power need to get more exchange rate for their money transferred out of India during USD1 = RS65-68 time. if they wait few more months they may get 1USD=RS80/- Simply 20 to 25% profit for politicians black money. Hence Mr. Jutley dont like to implement any immediate measures to stop further devaluation of Rupee.
    Mr. Nalllu I hope you have good business selling 15USD @ 1 Rupee.

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  • irfan, Udupi

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    One of the option to control week exchange rate against the dollar
    - Rather than paying in USD Indian Government should start paying thru Barter System to avoid depending more on Dollar
    - Exporting more items to the world thru subsidizing industries in India and removing red tape policy.
    - Encouraging Indian citizen to be more productive in utilizing natural resources.
    - Replacing current Finance Minister with who has Expertise in Finance rather than a lawyer in Finance Ministry.

    People of India required action, not just fake promises.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [8] Reply Report Abuse

  • RK Shetty / Mangalore, Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Not a big deal .... it is required to stabilise Indian currency

    DisAgree [30] Agree [1] Reply Report Abuse

  • Abdul Aleem Faroqui, UAE

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Wonderful answer! Bhakts have vanished in thin air.. few like you still speaking nonsense..

    DisAgree Agree [7] Reply Report Abuse

  • pradeep, mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Vikas has become Weak Kaas (Weak Rupee)

    DisAgree Agree [25] Reply Report Abuse

  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    In 2013, a dollar = 56.57.

    Even if we consider that a dollar equalled one rupee in 1947 (it did not), in 66 years the dilution of value was 56.57%.

    That is, LESS THAN ONE PER CENT per year.

    In just four years, the value of the rupee has been diluted to 75 against the dollar.

    That is, a 32.58% increase over that value when UPA left power.

    Or, 8.15% increase EACH YEAR that the BJP has been power.

    DisAgree Agree [16] Reply Report Abuse

  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    EXCEPT FOR A FEW STOCKS FROM REPUTED BUSINESS HOUSES, OUR STOCK MARKET IS WORST THAN A GAMBLING DEN CONTROLLED BY BIG OPERATORS IN COLLUSION WITH ROGUE PROMOTERS, BROKING HOUSES, SELF STYLED ANALYSTS, MEDIA AND, OF COURSE, SEBI AND OTHER WATCHDOGS WHO INSTEAD OF PROTECTING COMMON INVESTORS, ALLOW THESE BLOOD SUCKERS TO OPERATE OPENLY!

    AN ENTITY NAMED VAKRANGEE (WHOSE BUSINESS NOBODY KNOWS) WAS PUMPED FROM 10 PAISA TO 500+; DURING AUDIT BY PWC, THEY FOUND SERIOUS DISCREPANCIES AND RESIGNED, SINCE THAT IT NON-STOP DROPPED TO ₹ 25 DESTROYING MORE THAN 60,000 CRORES OF INVESTOR WEALTH! DESPITE COMPLAINTS TO ALL REGULATORS, IT IS STILL GETTING TRADED; NEXT IN LINE IS PC JEWELLERY SAME LIKE MEHULS GITANJALI GEMS! THESE ARE ONLY 2 EXAMPLES!! WHAT IS OUR GOVT DOING OTHER THAN GIVING COOKED UP SPEECHES OF DATA! ONLY THE INDEX IS STAGE MANAGED BY POWERFUL HANDS!!

    JUST KEEP AWAY OR YOU MAY EVEN LOSE YOUR UNDERGARMENTS!!

    DisAgree Agree [13] Reply Report Abuse

  • Aubb, India / Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Bhakths get ready to garland Modi.

    Rupee will hit 100 very soon!!!

    Start blaming USA, oil price, Congress Party, bad weather, Rahu Kala etc.

    DisAgree Agree [32] Reply Report Abuse

  • pradeep, mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    First they will blame Nehru.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [24] Reply Report Abuse

  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    ಈ ಜನ ತಿರ್ಗೆಲೆ, ತಿರ್ಗದ್, ತಿರ್ಗದ್ ದೇಶನೇ ಲಗಾಡಿ ದೈದೆ. ಕಲ್ವೆ, ಮಹಾ ಮಲ್ಲ ಕಂಡು.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [29] Reply Report Abuse

  • Pai, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Modi made a big mistake on making Jaitely as the FM. He is only fit to be a lawyer.
    Piyush Goyal should had been made the FM

    DisAgree [13] Agree [8] Reply Report Abuse

  • N.M, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    The bottom line is that everyone in BJP is uneducated and useless.

    BJP leaders are good for polishing chor chowkidaar's boots.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [33] Reply Report Abuse

  • Aubb, India / Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    @Pai,

    Replacing Raghuraman is the biggest blow to Indian banking sector and economy as a whole.

    DisAgree Agree [7] Reply Report Abuse

  • Ajay, Kallianpur

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Gov't vocal supporters have stopped reading financial articles. There are zero comments and even the dislikes have stopped.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [26] Reply Report Abuse

  • Ravi C, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    What a surprise.. No comments from Gujju slaves at all. Have they already moved to Gujarat?

    DisAgree [1] Agree [37] Reply Report Abuse

  • NASRULLA SULTAN, Mangalore/Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    WHERE IS OUR FIRE MAN KATEEL

    DisAgree [1] Agree [41] Reply Report Abuse

  • Amith, udupi

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Bhaktere ....daala pododchi ....kaali beela maatra undu murkere ....

    DisAgree Agree [41] Reply Report Abuse

  • Pai, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Disappointed with Modi govt on the below:
    1. Rupee
    2. Petrol/Diesel price
    3. Black money abroad

    DisAgree [1] Agree [45] Reply Report Abuse

  • RkR, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Listed is bothering common man, they live lavish life- the facilities they’ve been offered z too much.
    Travel allowance, daily allowance and what not, they themselves have powers to increase their own salary. 🤷🏻‍♂️💁🏻‍♂️

    DisAgree Agree [18] Reply Report Abuse

  • Joseph Saldanha, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    India RIP ...

    DisAgree [2] Agree [28] Reply Report Abuse

  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Joseph Ghee?

    Jossey bari Boraitaa Mhure?

    Hodlo Bhaav Ghee?

    Ashenth Isaarle...

    DisAgree [13] Agree [6] Reply Report Abuse

  • Vishal Kumar, Kudla

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Yes,time to sell ghee and pakodas

    DisAgree Agree [20] Reply Report Abuse

  • CHRISTINE PINTO, MANGALORE

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Govt is feeding farmars now to avoid suicide.

    Future if BJP GOVT remains then Govt has to feed whole India citizesns.

    Working people has to pay tax more and more with their hardened money.

    Lazy people sit at home and eat.

    DisAgree Agree [25] Reply Report Abuse

  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Ancestors were lions worked hard saving enough for generations.
    Leopards, still being lean and cunning, and noting the lions laziness only.
    Teenagers feel that they are living a life surrounded by ghosts

    DisAgree Agree [4] Reply Report Abuse

  • IMS, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Now we got the clear answer in this four years of ruling that our ancestors why didn't select this party in last 60 years..!!!!

    DisAgree Agree [38] Reply Report Abuse

  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    @ Praveen, Mangalore
    After pin-pointing or exposing so many disastrous results due to Modi government, why do you still vote for BJP and Jai Modiji .
    Show them a way out from politics and ruling our country with Fake brains.
    There is proverb:-
    "Stretch Your Legs According to the Size of Your Quilt"
    The proverb advises people to stay logic about their capabilities and not to dream of things they could not achieve. - Modiji needs to respect the proverb.


    stretch your legs

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  • Lenston Dsouza, Nandalike / Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    @ Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait
    Issue is, all opposing peoples not casting vote due to various reasons like staying in foreign, working in other place than our home town, etc... So Modi will get same votes as last time, or some plus or minus.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [11] Reply Report Abuse

  • Praveen, Mangalore..

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Madam,

    Im not going to vote ths timr to him

    But this is the sutuation of BJP supporters..thy already felt the heat still they justify their Boss n Sha... its sad reality...thy belive more on BjPs IT cell n post card news...its looks like their brain filled with dung...surprisngly they are educated one...some Online defenders are sitting in US n Europe n Gulf ....

    DisAgree Agree [20] Reply Report Abuse

  • Ranganath N, Belman / Karkala

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    We have few dollars.

    We need more rupees for fighter planes.

    What is the problem if dollar weakens? We will get more rupees.

    My son was sending 38K every month from abroad. Now he is sending 42K. I'm enjoying rupee depreciation. Thank you Modi-Ji..

    My only worry is Belman Toll......

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  • Lenston Dsouza, Nandalike / Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    @ Ranganath N, Belman / Karkala
    Here its not matter of your convenience. Issue is, we have to pay more rupees for importing goods. Because majority of importing goods transaction in USD. As we read in USD notes, they are not only currency also it can be used as asset.
    Mr. Raganath, please go ahead elect the chaiwala again. So all we can sell chai in future for 100 rs.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Ranganath, what you could by in 38 thousand will cost 50 thousand due to weak rupee and high fuel cost. Your son need to send lot more money soon to cover your basic cost!! For Bhakthas....Jai jai with burnt face....... willing to pay 200Rs/ Lit ....hoping to get more from their masters....will be left high and dry...too late by then!!

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Now low low low One day Rupee has no value

    DisAgree Agree [21] Reply Report Abuse

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Modiji tried best according to his knowledge but over modiji master mind qualified people used modiji.

    Voter's still not able to regret modiji just a created goodwill master mind people just fool the voters.

    Eventhough I love modiji but again 2019 I can't make mistake to vote modiji.

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  • Lenston Dsouza, Nandalike / Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    INR vs USD is in disaster position. Here we cant blame only to Central Gov., because our importing goods pressures touched to peak. Specially crude oil. Also this impact of share market also hits to other countries. Only solution is, RBI should interfere to control the disaster. Also India should decrease the importing ratio to half or less than that. RBI's last quarter meeting doesn't shows good signs on controlling currency drop. Only good thing is, NRI's getting advantage. But its an bad sign of our Indian economy. Now government should take quick decision by taking advise of experts. I think, Mr. Manmohan Singh saved our india at the time of P.V. Narashima government. Now the tragedy is, PM, RBI governor, many importer, all are Gujju's.

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  • Ignace, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    The drop in market has caused flowing the US fall in share market in previous day, because US being the leader in world economy other Asian country follows it.

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  • Kumar, Kinnigoli

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    EQUITY MARKET IS A BIG FRAUD. BIG INVESTORS AND OPERATORS TRAP THE SMALL INVESTORS. THEY MAKE MONEY ON RISE AS WELL AS FALL IN THE MARKET.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [21] Reply Report Abuse

  • anseema beary, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    very true....
    festival season is approaching and small investors have plan to sell. now the index is so low these small investors bound to sell as per their plan but at low price. these big investors get the good stocks with low price. monkey game. if no sale and every holds their good stocks without panicking, what will happen ?

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Let the stock market go wayward and Rupee & Petrol price settle at Rs. 100.- mark, the election campagin show must go on. Winning 2019 election is the main goal of BJP (Modi in perticular).
    Never ever in India's history such a critical financial/econimic situation took place.
    Situation is worsening day by day.
    This is the result of flying high with pride.

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  • mohan, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    There is no reason in falling rupees..... global bussiness is good...there is no ressesion.....no natural calaminities . Except little little due to rain in kerala and kodagu.... but it not countable ... GST giving high revenue to governments.....high price petrol disel also gives more revenue excise inecvise .. where is government lavking
    This is total Mismanagement of the government..
    And looting tax payers money.. 6854

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  • AJAY, DUBAI

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    There is no strong opposition party to control ruling government. so government not showing interest to control economy . no value for NRI money send to India.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    I will vote again MODI only, even after :

    They looting nation by high rate GST,
    Downfall of Indian Economy,
    Fall of Indian Rs,
    Running Nation only by 1 or 2 minters,
    Demonetization,
    Nirava,Mallya,Lalit Modi Great Escape,
    BANK's NPA growth,
    Closer of Small Scale Industries,
    Inflation,
    Great Lies.
    Fuel Price raise,
    LPG price raise,
    Unemplyment,
    few Unwanted Foreign tours,
    Buying 1 MLA's for 100 Cr.
    No income tax slab changes,
    Service tax(GST) increased frm 12% to 18%
    Rafale Scam,
    Clean Ganga Scam
    LPG subsidy give up scam,
    Note printing Scam,
    Lynching,
    Attending Birthday party of Pakistan PM house,
    silent for killing our Soldiers at Border by PAK Army,
    etc...etcc

    Jai Ho Modiji.... I will vote you sir

    DisAgree [12] Agree [23] Reply Report Abuse

  • Thanzeel, India

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    ACCHE DIN AAGAYAARE... but for NRI's only

    DisAgree [2] Agree [38] Reply Report Abuse

  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    True!!

    DisAgree Agree [8] Reply Report Abuse

  • Stevan Menezes, Shirva/Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Mutual Funds and ULIP's are market related.

    DisAgree Agree [15] Reply Report Abuse

  • Stevan Menezes, Shirva/Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    * This was in reply to @Abdul Dubai query

    DisAgree Agree [5] Reply Report Abuse

  • Haneef, West Africa

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Where are those illiterate andh bhakhts who were claiming currency would go upto 15 rs against USD if Modi comes to power. If Modi will rule another 2 years it will come down to 115.

    DisAgree [2] Agree [27] Reply Report Abuse

  • prem, moodbidri

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    "No problem at all... 100 rupayee aavad, nank daane? We don't deal with US dollar"
    - Bhakth

    DisAgree [3] Agree [38] Reply Report Abuse

  • R Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Except for a FEW STOCKS which you can count....
    The whole share market is a FRAUD with fraudsters at every nook and corner to
    pinch your hard earned money.... This has destroyed and brought down many a house and family to the streets....
    Only a few stories of success are highlighted to lure the poor common man
    Beware
    Keep off
    This is a 24 carat advice for free
    Take it or leave it

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  • abdul, dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    I have not invested in Shares. But in some debt mutual funds like ICICI, HDFC, franklin templeton etc.. Hope they are not as risky as shares.. Please let me know

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  • James Philip D sa, Belman/Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    @Abdul Dubai
    You can add small amounts now since this is a good correction period. I suggest you to wait for another two weeks and you will see the NIFTY will drop to 9700 or below. If you get a chance to see the NIFTY below 9500 invest in lump sum. You are holding the best funds my friend.

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    When they are based on shares they are as risky.
    Please read the 'Offer Document' is a caveat ..everyone puts.
    You should know when to enter, exit ..too.
    These Mutual Funds are also a SHAM!!
    If you rely on them totally gone case...
    There's a saying....
    Once you lend or give away money then it's never yours...
    Try to read in between lines Abdulji.....
    It's you who are best 'caretaker' of your money....Nobody else...

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  • abdul, dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Thanks for the suggestion Mr. Bhandarkar.

    My issue is that I am coming to India in another month or so for good. My financial adviser told me that if I park all my money in NRE FD, I will have to pay huge tax as the NRE interest is taxable once an NRI becomes a resident Indian.

    So to avoid tax he suggested me to put around 50% of my worth in debt mutual funds, which he says that they are less risky companred to equity mutual funds.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    I would suggest better invest in land only land can cover Inflation even after 20 years.even better than FD.shares.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Stay in cash, the property market is too much hyped by builder cartel especially in tier II and III cities; it's time for the bubble to burst!

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  • James Philip D sa, Belman/Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Totally agree with you. Stay away from stock market...don't try to top up in the bull market with your hard earned money.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [16] Reply Report Abuse

  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Yeh, the bear market

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  • abdul, dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    You mean not to invest in even debt mutual funds?

    I am not interested in real estate as it is not as liquid as mutual funds and I also have to reduce my tax liability. I have not invested in shares.

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  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Abdul(Dubai)
    Government securities or say sovereign gold bond - visit SBI or nationalized bank they’ll guide you.
    They’ve been targeting customers for Systematic Investment Plan (SIP), don’t fall for it, google Search for more info.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    BRAINLESS CHADDI BHAKTON - bahar niklo..kahan chup gaye ho????

    See, this is you chor chowkidaar's 'VIKAS' and 'ACCHE DIN'... Now enjoy paying more as a result of Inflation.

    DisAgree [2] Agree [32] Reply Report Abuse

  • James Philip D sa, Belman/Kuwait

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Time to bring back Raghuram Rajan and give a break to Modi friend Urjit Patel

    DisAgree [2] Agree [34] Reply Report Abuse

  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    56'...….IS REDUCED TO 5+6...…
    BY THE WAY WHERE IS OUR PM.....NOT TO BEEN SEEN....NOR BASHANS.....WHAT HAPPENED.....
    MMS WAS CALLED "MAUN MOHAN SINGH" WHAT HAPPENED TO MODI....."M" FOR MAUN REMAINS THE SAME...…
    BHAKTH THO FASS GAYE...….NA EDAR NA UDAR....

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    jis taraha se rupya ka baav girta ja raha ha, i girta ja raha hai dr, man monah singhji ka umar paar karke, rupya ka umar bad jayeg aur moun mohan singhji ka umar ghat jayega. waare wa chi chi chiwala sharm karoji, sharam karoji. how many soldiers died on da kashmir border from 2014 as of now.

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  • Indian, Bangalore

    Thu, Oct 11 2018

    Nero was playing violin when Rome was burning.

    DisAgree [1] Agree [23] Reply Report Abuse

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