Issues in India, Politics in India

Flag Business

Young entrepreneurs in India are exploring various fields or rather, new avenues to start a business of their own and some of them succeed in their mission. But, they have to be alert always because when a person succeeds in his new venture, it gets wide publicity and soon, new comers would be vying with one another to establish similar businesses.

Of course these people make money but they are of great help to all of us, especially on occasions like weddings or similar functions. All you have to do is to release the amounts quoted by them for various works entrusted by you. Frankly speaking, the business people are making your life tension-free! All you need is some money and the rest will be taken care of by these ‘experts’.

The business world, as you know is highly competitive and the chances of new ventures are shrinking. The new comers have to weigh the pros and cons of the business they have in their minds.

Business is not my cup of tea but still I have some tips for those who are looking for new avenues. You can call it ‘Flag Business’… I am not joking. Here is a wonderful opportunity. There is no dearth of political parties in India and demonstrations as well. Each party has its own flag and symbol and there are hundreds of political parties and trade unions. Protests and demonstrations take place almost everyday. Apart from slogan shouting people, what catches your attention is thousands of flags of all hues and colours, planted in every nook and corner. Rest, I leave it you.

If you are bold enough to embark on this business, you can mint money. All you have to do is to make a list of these parties spread all over India and also the colour and symbol of their flags. And, you have to make bundles of ready-made flags. So that you can sell them at short notice. Like a pucca business man you should be free from any politics.
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Author: P U Krishnan

First things first. I am one of those retired chaps who are young at heart. I watch cricket matches and jump for joy when Tendulkar scores yet another century. I read newspapers and books too, though I am not crazy about them. I think I have a mind free from hatred and I owe it to the wonders of nature and music. I scribble something now and then and call myself a writer! Though I have settled in Ooty, a lovely hill station in Tamil Nadu—I must emphasize the fact that I was born and brought up in Tellicherry in North Kerala and studied in the good old Government Brennen College. Of and on, my mind goes back to my ancestral house at Tiruvangad in Tellicherry in front of an ancient Sri Ram temple. I am indebted to this wonderful place which inculcated in me a love for cricket and literature. But all said and done, I am an Indian first.

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