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sarngalaw Firm
HOME LOAN POLICY - a fraud upon house to live seekers
by sarngalaw Firm on Feb 16, 2010 05:48 PM

Housing Has becoming an illegal industry, where the black money is invested by the tax evaders to create the false scracity in the availability of the houses in order to again increase their rates for the actual house seekers who are again trapped by the Pvt Bankers for easy Home loans at higher than manifested rate of interest thus not only grabbing themselves the money from the bonafide seekers of the houses but also serve the evil design of black marketers. Thus, the BUILDING REGULATION ACT with sophisticated provisions as known to be on the anvil must enacted very soon.

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Ullhas Sontake
is our
by Ullhas Sontake on Feb 16, 2010 05:45 PM

is our PM trasparent....

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Dev
Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Dev on Feb 16, 2010 05:25 PM  | Hide replies

Indian Private Bank owners are all mafias who made money through underworld activities . They were one time builders turned bankers , so they have the attitude of builders only - pay the EMI or break your bones

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Rakesh Sherry
Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Rakesh Sherry on Feb 16, 2010 05:27 PM
for example?

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Ullhas Sontake
Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Ullhas Sontake on Feb 16, 2010 05:43 PM
ICICI Bank is the best example...
Do one thing take the loan and see what happens to you when you dont pay the EMI...
Just Experience with ICICI

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yournutshell
Re: Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by yournutshell on Feb 16, 2010 08:29 PM
so please ensure you pay the EMI

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Robin Thachil
Re: Re: Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Robin Thachil on Feb 20, 2010 10:25 PM
Correctly said...if u cant repay dont take loans or be prepared to get evicted from the property u bought with loan....

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Robin Thachil
Re: Re: Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Robin Thachil on Feb 20, 2010 10:24 PM
Correctly said...if u cant repay dont take loans or be prepared to get evicted from the property u bought with loan....

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Robin Thachil
Re: Re: Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Robin Thachil on Feb 20, 2010 10:24 PM
Correctly said...if u cant repay dont take loans or be prepared to get evicted from the property u bought with loan....

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Robin Thachil
Re: Re: Re: Re: Most of Indian Pvt Bank Owners are Mafias
by Robin Thachil on Feb 20, 2010 10:23 PM
Correctly said...if u cant repay dont take loans or be prepared to get evicted from the property u bought with loan....

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rahul
Nothing will change
by rahul on Feb 16, 2010 05:22 PM

You have rightly concluded that RBI is doing nothing to rein in the pvt banks. The latest "base rate" (which took ages) will just be a nomenclature change. And dont expect anything from the politicians - they are hand in glove with the greedy bankers. Want proof - a few weeks before last general election, Mr Deepak Parekh head of HDFC wrote an article in Business Standard asking ppl to vote for Milind Deora's son (Mumbai seat) the reason being he knows him since he was a kid !! what a reason to vote for a candidate !! And the opponent was the more eligible and educated Meera Sanyal head of ABN Amro who had resigned to contest the election. In which other country will a bank chief openly seek vote for a party ? And you think the cong party will take any action which will hurt mr parekh;s empire !!


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rahul
Nothing will change !!
by rahul on Feb 16, 2010 05:17 PM

You have rightly concluded that RBI is doing nothing to rein in the pvt banks. The latest "base rate" (which took ages) will just be a nomenclature change. And dont expect anything from the politicians - they are hand in glove with the greedy bankers. Want proof - a few weeks before last general election, Mr Deepak Parekh head of HDFC wrote an article in Business Standard asking ppl to vote for Milind Deora's son (Mumbai seat) the reason being he knows him since he was a kid !! what a reason to vote for a candidate !! And the opponent was the more eligible and educated Meera Sanyal head of ABN Amro who had resigned to contest the election. In which other country will a bank chief openly seek vote for a party ? And you think the cong party will take any action which will hurt mr parekh;s empire !!


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rahul
Nothing will change !!
by rahul on Feb 16, 2010 05:17 PM

You have rightly concluded that RBI is doing nothing to rein in the pvt banks. The latest "base rate" (which took ages) will just be a nomenclature change. And dont expect anything from the politicians - they are hand in glove with the greedy bankers. Want proof - a few weeks before last general election, Mr Deepak Parekh head of HDFC wrote an article in Business Standard asking ppl to vote for Milind Deora's son (Mumbai seat) the reason being he knows him since he was a kid !! what a reason to vote for a candidate !! And the opponent was the more eligible and educated Meera Sanyal head of ABN Amro who had resigned to contest the election. In which other country will a bank chief openly seek vote for a party ? And you think the cong party will take any action which will hurt mr parekh;s empire !!


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Harish Kaushal
Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?
by Harish Kaushal on Feb 16, 2010 05:11 PM

NO, NEVER,
None policy is transparent in our country. We got a hole in every policy either it relates finance or any other.

I am giving a little list, than even one get transparent.

our children's school admission

school fee

politician's property declaration

Any type of election

Infrastructure

Construction

Health

Energy

Sub golmal hai kahin transparency nahin hai

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Harish Kaushal
Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?
by Harish Kaushal on Feb 16, 2010 05:11 PM

NO, NEVER,
None policy is transparent in our country. We got a hole in every policy either it relates finance or any other.

I am giving a little list, than even one get transparent.

our children's school admission

school fee

politician's property declaration

Any type of election

Infrastructure

Construction

Health

Energy

Sub golmal hai kahin transparency nahin hai

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Harish Kaushal
Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?
by Harish Kaushal on Feb 16, 2010 05:06 PM

Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?

NEVER, Nothing is transparent in our country. You just think what is transparent? You will get NOTHING.

Please tell me what is transparent in our country. I am submitting some actions under

your child's admission in school

politician's property declaration at the time of election

DDA or any other govt housing society's house distribution policy

how much employees in govt bodies. this is i am writing you know 2200 ghost employee in mcd.

Infrastruction construction policy.

Any type of Election in India.

and many more....



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Harish Kaushal
Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?
by Harish Kaushal on Feb 16, 2010 05:06 PM

Will home loan rates ever be transparent ?

NEVER, Nothing is transparent in our country. You just think what is transparent? You will get NOTHING.

Please tell me what is transparent in our country. I am submitting some actions under

your child's admission in school

politician's property declaration at the time of election

DDA or any other govt housing society's house distribution policy

how much employees in govt bodies. this is i am writing you know 2200 ghost employee in mcd.

Infrastruction construction policy.

Any type of Election in India.

and many more....



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