Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Story About Banker

Wife casually calls her banker husband at Bank one afternoon:
Wife : Hi, kaise ho?
Husband: Theek hun.
Wife : Aaj kya khaya Lunch mein?
Husband : Tumhe bas yehi batein karni aati hain, kya khaya, kya pehna, kis se mile, kaun sa Song suna.......

Wife: Oh!! Ok Ok, ye batao ki how shuld RBI fight these inflationary trends with minimum intervention in the Money Markets? And what should be the role of Finance Ministry to control inward Foreign remittances? ??
Husband : (after few seconds silence).... Daal Chawal khaye hain, Dahi aur Salad bhi tha..

Dedicate to all bankers -
एक bank के दो कर्मचारी, मेवालाल और चमेली आपस में बात कर रहे थे। चमेली बोली, ‘मैं बॉस से छुट्‌टी लेने जा रही हूं।’
मेवालाल ने पूछा, ‘हां जैसे बड़ा आसान है बॉस से छुट्‌टी लेना। तुम ऐसा कैसे करोगी?’ चमेली ने जवाब दिया, ‘तुम बस देखते जाओ।’
ऐसा कहकर वह छत से उल्टी लटक गई। जब बॉस आया तो उसने चमेली से पूछा, ‘यह क्या कर रही हो?’ चमेली: सरमैं एक बल्ब हूं।
बॉस: लगता है ज्यादा काम करने से तुम्हारा दिमाग खराब हो गया है।
तुम्हें छुट्‌टी की जरूरत है। जाओ, घर जाओ। चमेली घर जाने लगी तो मेवालाल भी उसके पीछे-पीछे जाने लगा। बॉस ने पूछा, ‘तुम कहां जा रहे हो?’
मेवालाल ने जवाब दिया, ‘मैं भी घर जा रहा हूं। बिना बल्ब के अंधेरे में कैसे काम करूंगा?’

In banking we are aware that often some people get good support from required sources and escape punishment for their mistakes and even continue to get promotion when many honest bankers are suffering due to denial of their fundamental rights. IBA has not shown any concern for these people and has not taken any steps to infuse humanity in PS banks.
So ...thousands of cases in courts nailing PS banks for their wrong decisions.

To add to this problem, now IBA is telling that due to poor paying capacity of the PS banks, IBA cannot agree for more than 11% hike. All of us are aware that no where in the banking industry higher level officials are punished for their mistakes in sanctioning of big loans where NPA is common. So innocent and honest bankers have to pay from their pocket for the sin committed by top management. Remember Indian Bank episode, employees & officers have sacrifice their perks for many years. Even in failure of co-op banks employees loose job and not board members are punished. Now immediate threat is United Bank of India, there may be another 2-3 banks in near future if window dressing is avoided.

How long such things to continue, until we raise our voice unitedly. Let us develop courage and confidence by worshiping God in right way, God alone can protect and empower us. Associating with good things help us to mediate on God and become perfect like him. Become part of GOOD revolution by using the link to reach fb page mark LIKE to get updates, SHARE the page with your contacts and INVITE them to mark like to get updates.

Banker :
Once a man went to a Veterinary Doctor in India and said: "Doctor I am on vacation for a month so that I can get myself treated fully within this period."
Doctor: I think you should go to the Doctor opposite to my clinic, see that board.
Man: No, Doctor, I have come to you only.

Doctor: But, gentleman I am a Veterinary Doctor. I am an animal specialist. I do not treat human beings.

Man: I know, Doctor very well and that is why I have come to you only...
Doctor: I can not, because you speak like me, think like me, talk like me which means you are a human being and not an animal.

Man: I know I am a human but litsen to my complaints first:
Doctor: OK. Tell me.

 Man: I sleep vigilantly like a dog thinking about my work load whole night.
I get up in the morning like a horse, I go to work running like a deer

I work all the day like a donkey
I run around for 11 months like a bull without any holiday.
I wag my tail in front of all my bosses
I play with my children like a monkey if I get time.
I am like a rabbit before my wife

Doctor: are you a BANKER ?

Man: Yes

Doctor: Instead of telling this long history you should have told me in the begining itself that you are are a BANKER . Come man, no one can treat you better than me...!!

One Sunday morning, a wealthy man sat in his balcony enjoying sunshine and his coffee when a little ant caught his eye which was going from one side to the other side of the balcony carrying a big leaf several times more than its size. The man watched it for more than an hour. He saw that the ant faced many impediments during its journey, paused, took a diversion and then continued towards destination.

At one point the tiny creature came across a crack in the floor. It paused... for a little while, analyzed and then laid the huge leaf over the crack, walked over the leaf, picked the leaf on the other side then continued its journey.
The man was captivated by the cleverness of the ant, one of God’s tiniest creatures. The incident left the man in awe and forced him to contemplate over the miracle of Creation. It showed the greatness of the Creator. In front of his eyes there was this tiny creature of God, lacking in size yet equipped with a brain to analyze, contemplate, reason, explore, discover and overcome. Along with all these capabilities, the man also noticed that this tiny creature shared some human shortcomings.

The man saw about an hour later the creature had reached its destination – a tiny hole in the floor which was entrance to its underground dwelling. And it was at this point that the ant’s shortcoming that it shared with the man was revealed. How could the ant carry into the tiny hole the large leaf that it had managed to carefully bring to the destination? It simply couldn’t!

So the tiny creature, after all the painstaking and hard work and exercising great skills, overcoming all the difficulties along the way, just left behind the large leaf and went home empty-handed.

The ant had not thought about the end before it began its challenging journey and in the end the large leaf was nothing more than a burden to it. The creature had no option, but to leave it behind to reach its destination. The man learned a great lesson that day.

Isn’t that the truth about our lives?

We worry about our family, we worry about our job, we worry about how to earn more money, we worry about where we should live – 5 bedroom or 6 bedroom,

एक आदमी स्कूटर पर बैठ कर पिक्चर हाल के सामने संता से पूछ बैठा :-
आदमी :- भाईसाहब , स्कूटर स्टैंड कहाँ है ?
संता :- भाईसाब , पहले आप अपना नाम बताइये ?
आदमी :- रमेश !
संता :- आपके माता पिता क्या करते हैं ?...

आदमी :- क्यों ? वैसे भाईसाब मैं , लेट हो जाऊंगा और पिक्चर शुरू हो जाएगी !
संता :- तो जल्दी बताओ ??
आदमी :- मेरी माँ , एक डॉक्टर हैं और मेरे पिता जी इंजीनियर हैं ! अब बता दीजिये ?
संता :- आपके नाम कोई जमीन जायजाद है ?
आदमी :- हाँ , गांव में एक खेत मेरे नाम है ? प्लीज़ भाईसाब अब बता दीजिये स्कूटर का स्टैंड कहाँ है ?
संता :- आखिरी सवाल , तुम पढ़े लिखे हो ?
आदमी :- जी हाँ ! मैं, MBA कर रहा हूँ ! अब बताइये जल्दी से !
संता :- भाईसाब , देखिये आपकी पारिवारिक पृष्ठभूमि इतनी अच्छी है , आपके माता पिता दोनों उच्च शिक्षित हैं , आप खुद भी इतने पढ़े लिखे हैं , पर मुझे अफ़सोस है
कि आप इतनी सी बात नहीं जानते कि स्कूटर का स्टैंड उसके
नीचे लगा होता है , एक मेन और एक साइड वाला !

Seven complicated facts about Women:
1. They believe in saving.
2. Believe in saving but buy expensive clothes.
3. Buy expensive clothes but never have anything to wear.
4. Never have anything to wear, but always dressed beautifully....

5. Always dressed beautifully, but never satisfied.
6. Never satisfied, but still expect men to compliment them.
7. Expect men to compliment, but don't believe them if complimented.

Extremely Complicated!

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