I am surprised at the comments viewers have expressed. The loans to farmers or to students do not come out of thin air they are created out of funds borrowed from all of us (in the form of FDs/savings/ current accounts etc.). If all your viewers expressing shock and anger are told by Banks that their FDs/ deposits were loaned to Mr Subramani ; alternatively if they are told that certain farmers or industrialists are unable to repay and they may please come back for their deposits after these defaulters have repaid will their reactions be different ? The problem is banks have been lax in recovering from well to do industrialists who have perfected the art of siphoning off money from the system and thus built a life of comfort for themselves while small borrowers who dont know the tricks of the trade and have nowhere to hide, suffer because the pressure to recover on bank branch heads is immense and easy targets are picked first.
My old neighborhood in HP apparently turned over the year we moved to DF, with tons of younger families relocating there. My current ‘hood is just starting to see more sales to families with young kids. Even though we are some of the ‘younger’ ones on the block, the neighbors in their 50s 60s are very friendly..
Sentences to penitentiary handed down by Judge Owen Thomas In the 104th district court session in this county last week included one for three years on a bigamy charge and a five year term lor burglary. Other criminal cases tried Wednesday of this week were State of Texas vs. Burford Adams, assault with intent to murder and State of Right Guard Texas vs.
Fifty four years ago two undercover cops in San Francisco arrested a clerk at City Lights Bookstore for selling them an book of poetry. The clerk was Shigeyoshi Murao. The book was Allen Ginsberg Howl. I dedicated most of my time to its current featured exhibit Mythic Creatures. The show is an inspiring display of supernatural beasts such as Unicorns and Dragons, with an insightful look at how these fantastical animals may have evolved in the minds of our ancestors and also how they permeated different cultures and still impact on people’s lives today. It was a refreshing change from the norm and showcased the more inventive and creative side of the museum..
Last April we were lured by the name to Redbud Valley, a 514 acre tract of land in Buchanan State Forest near Big Cove Tannery in Fulton County. During our 78 mile trip, every valley was a lavender paradise of redbuds. I had never seen so many of them, and I’m sure my husband, Bruce, was heartily tired of hearing me exclaim for the umpteenth time, “Oh look at those gorgeous redbuds.”.