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B3M : The Voice of India (Black Money)


  • Shyam Kumar Ghai

    () (Assistant Professor and H.O.D., Dewan V. S. Institute of Marketing Management, Meerut.)

  • Dr. S.K. Sharma

    () (Reader, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, D.N. College, Meerut.)


It is like a story. A few centuries ago India was the world’s wealthiest nation. There was no poverty, plenty to eat, trade was booming riches abounded. Fittingly, it was called the “golden bird†by the rest of the world. And then the rest of the world came falling: first the Mughals and then the Europeans, including the British. Between them, they plucked bare the bird of gold. By the time India became independent, it was a hollow shell riddled with poverty, illiteracy and crippling debt, this was a fairy tale minus the happy ending. Certain time periods have been termed as Golden periods in the Indian history, based on the achievements Indians made in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, science, architecture, religion and philosophy during those periods. World’s Oldest Civilization present in this world today. World’s First known literate country with their very first written and spoken language on this world “Sanskrit.†India was the world’s richest country until 1600 A.D, when the British imperialized and destroyed their Wealth, Unity, or say the “Entire Country.†Today India has religious hatred and political problems, which are the result of the Britain’s 200 years of rule over India, and their “divide and rule†policy. And it is facing the BLACK era of “Poverty, Over Population, and Politicians.†Running beside the Future, escaping the BLACK era, and lighting the Dark Places, India is trying to improve its condition day by day. It is fast becoming the Back Office of World, Big companies like Dell, Verizon, and many others are moving to India. Each and Every youngster is building an Entrepreneur Community. But the Rural Area which has been neglected by the so called leaders at large since independence.

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  • Shyam Kumar Ghai & Dr. S.K. Sharma, 2009. "B3M : The Voice of India (Black Money)," Journal of Commerce and Trade, Society for Advanced Management Studies, vol. 4(2), pages 103-110, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:jct:journl:v:4:y:2009:i:2:p:103-110

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