INDIA MADE RUBBISH DUMP BY NEHRU DYNASTY.
Date: 30 Apr 2009
WHAT A SHAME THAT INDIANS CAN SHINE AND FLOURISH ABROAD BUT NOT IN INDIA.
IT IS DELIBERATE POLICY OF RULING CONGRESS PARTY AND NEHRU DYNASTY TO RUN DOWN INDIA AND LOOT AND PLUNDER HER TO IMPOVERISH THE MASSES, DENY THEM KNOWLEDGE OF PARTITION AND OF THE UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER OF LAHORE AND TO WORK RELENTLESSLY TOWARDS THE EXTINCTION OF HINDU RELIGION IN SOUTH ASIA WHILE ACCEPTING THE SOVEREIGNTY OF ISLAM FROM NORTH KASHMIR TO EAST BENGAL.
HINDUS WILL DO WELL TO EXTERMINATE THIS CONGRESS WEED AND THEN BRING THEIR OWN NATIVE SPRIRITUALITY TO SHINE.
HOW SHAMEFUL IS THE LAMENT OF MR MITTAL (BELOW) ABOUT WORKING IN INDIA. HIS HEART IS MORE IN INDIA THAT OF ALIEN AGENT SONIA KHAN'S. YET THE SON OF SOIL FINDS IT DIFFICULT TO DEVELOP INDIA WHILE THE ITALIAN MAFIA AND THE MUSLIM FIFTH COLUMN ARE LOOTING HER DAY AND NIGHT.
Not easy to work in India: L.N. Mittal
Wed, Apr 29 07:06 PM
London, April 29 (IANS) ArcelorMittal, the world's biggest steel manufacturing company, is finding India a difficult country to work in, its chief executive and chairman Lakshmi Niwas Mittal said Wednesday.
'We realise it's not easy to build greenfield projects in India,' Mittal said at a press conference held to announce first quarter results for his Luxembourg-based company.
Mittal said the entire process of building a greenfield project - from land acquisition to getting mining rights and ensuring infrastructure availability - has been 'pretty slow'.
'We are working with governments but progress has been pretty slow for approvals,' he said in a response to a query by IANS.
He said the global downturn may be slowing down demand in India and that it was 'important for us to monitor the economic environment'.
'We will continue to monitor the market. We don't want to exceed our capacity,' he said adding the company will focus on producing primarily for the domestic market.
ArcelorMittal recently announced it was delaying its projects in Orissa and Jharkhand by two years.
The company, announcing results for the three months ended March 31, said it posted a net loss of $1.1 billion, after making a profit of $2.37 billion a year earlier. Sales of $15.1 billion were down 32 percent from the fourth quarter of 2008.
Alongside, the company announced plans to raise $3 billion from the sale of shares and bonds as part of its strategy to reduce debts.
The Mittal family will subscribe to at least 10 percent of the share offering, the company said.