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09 must stay f9 :-) , Happy New year to all...

Two days left... there's a new year on the way... 2009 is on the way and 2008 is abt to say bye..!! Time to celebrate for a new beginnin and regret for the historic failures... Ofcourse regretting today wont bring those things back, atleast they make us aware of not repeating the UNUSUAL again...
Thinking on new year is not something new, i have been doing the same since 2 decades..:) , i mean every year , the month of december ends up givin way to a new year... A reason to celebrate,tht doesnt mean i m thinkin new year in a myopic way by just celebrating it on one day(31st), if u look it broadly, u take a new year with a change, u think of making some positve changes, u plan a lot and have great aspirations for it..!! 
From the last year i m watching a new trend of taking a new year resolution, lot many SMSs come,tht demand me to write my new year resolution..i like to make resolutions too, some of them get fulfilled, not every resolution gets a permanent place in ur character... T…

Issues to look for in 2009... :-)

Now 2008 is about to become a history... Time to chalk out some plans for 2009... I hope tht 2009 brings a smile on every face,like every yr 2008 has been critical, the economic fall and Terrorism have been too great problems..
Here is the list of few big issues that are to be looked... if overlooked, 2009 will be like 2008...
Demand Slowdown: This is the first critical problem and it is hitting all sectors of the economy. The slowing demand has filtered down to the retail space with shops finding fewer buyers even in the normally robust festive season from October to December.

Job Losses:

The aviation industry tried to bite the bullet when Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal issued pink slips to nearly 1,000 employees and said similar sack orders were in the offing for 800 more. But he had to quickly back down and reverse the decision.

Public Issues:

Number three on the list is how the corporate sector can raise money from the public when stock markets are not particularly buoyant.

In January, th…