Monday, 26 September 2011

Anil Ambani Income (Salary)

Anil Ambani Bank
Anil Ambani is planning to enter into a banking business through his company Reliance Capital according to Profit NDTV.
Anil Ambani is the Chairman of Reliance ADA Group and India’s Top 10 richest person having net worth of US $ 13 Billion according to Forbes 2010.
Anil Ambani is now planning to enter into the banking business.
"We have always regarded banking as a high-priority sector with huge potential opportunity, and are evaluating the different options contained in the (RBI's proposed) guidelines," Group Chairman Anil Ambani said at the Annual General Meeting of Reliance Capital in Mumbai.
Anil Ambani wants to start a world class level of bank. According to him, India has 6 lakh villages but the largest Indian bank has only 14,000 branches network and that’s why there is a huge business opportunity and market space in this industry according to him.
And after all, owning a bank is the legal business of printing your own money because the modern banking is the fractional reserve banking.
Today world’s largest banks control the entire world by controlling the US Federal Reserve.


  1. jo hai usko to chalale baki sab shareholder ko attract karne ka jhansa hai

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    Esteemed Sir,
    I would like to bring to your kind notice that the pollution of rivers in India is a major cause of concern. Indian water-bodies get polluted due to various reasons. The chief cause of this pollution is the dumping of garbage which is produced by religious rituals in the form of garlands, statue figures of deities, paper, plastic, coconut husks, etc. This is also affecting the size of the river.
    Our NGO Youth Fraternity Foundation (YFF) has been working for the cause of cleaning of water-bodies for the last ten years in various parts of India. In order to reduce the pollution of rivers, YFF has formulated a project ‘Pushpanjali Parwaha Kalash’ which consists of (a) to collect flowers and other worship- material from temples, worship-shops, colonies; and, (b) to dump this material in a specific area from where it is sorted out in different piles like paper, flowers, plastic, coconut husks, etc. The biodegradable waste is turned into compost and the rest is recycled.
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    Yours faithfully,
    Gopi Dutt Aakash
    President :. YFFINDIA
    Youth Fraternity Fondation( Regd .)
    Mob. 98185-92979 – DELHI
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