An Analysis of Indian Rubber Statistics

Demonetisation of 500 and 1000 rupee notes

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My heartiest Congratulations to Hon Prime Minister Narendra Modi for your Sudden step to ban old note 500 and 1000 rupees from 8th November 2016 at 8 PM.

Thanks to Facebook for providing a social media for me to publish my views and findings.

I learned up to Matriculation to serve in the Indian Army to save my Country from enemies out side India for 17 years in an Artillery Unit. After retirement I felt to do my duties to save My Country by opposing Corruption and Black Money. The enemy inside my Country are from various Political Parties who earned wealth and power in few years by looting the Common Man. I joined with Annahazare movement for a Corruption free India. I took the charge as District Co-coordinator of AAP in Trivandrum for a corruption free India as a Political Party. I fought to include Voter ID number for “on line” registration, because a Political Party comes under the Election Commission of India. When I met Prasanth Bhushan at Trivandrum he told that any body can join AAP with out Voter ID. How ever I resigned from AAP due to lack of transparency in the Constitution of AAP. I am sorry to Retd Wing Commander Jayaprakash Narayan for the pain presented by me at AAP Trivandrum.

PM and Finance Minister at the Center done a great mistake by printing and distributing Rs 2000 by destroying the nature. From 8 PM onwards they were able to replace old 500 and 1000 by crediting amounts to respective Banks instead of old notes. At night they were able to empty ATMs for the Activation of Mobile Banking with the help of Bank Officials in ATMs on 9th and 10th November 2016. On 10th a single Counter at all Branches were able to activate net banking App. All transactions must be continued to convert all transactions as Cashless. Now SB Account and Current Accounts are available and a new account “CB Account” (Cashless Banking account) which can be used for cashless transactions.

From my experiences all shop holders and common man in a family definitely have Bank Account and ATM cards. They are afraid of State Govt taxes and so on. If all of them will get equal justice all problems can be solved. By closing ATMs and Banks I was not bothered for any transaction with out cash. On 31st March I withdrawn Rs 10,000 to pay the loan for the purchase of cattle feed from Aswathy Store nearer to me. The cash of milk received later and Rs 6500 deposited at SBT Thirumala without any rush in a special counter provided by the Bank.

I felt to saw the well educated are crying for the poor due to the huge crowd in Banks for exchanging old rupees which was blunder mistake by the Center. Reserve Bank directions harrased the Banks with a deposit of so many Crores with out any value due to old 500 and 1000. I was able to guide my work force by providing bonus through Mobile Banking after paying their labour wages. They brought their Bank Passbook and other details for the on line transaction. I taught them about cashless Banking with practical knowledge. When a person from Thamilnadu came to sharpen the knife I told him that I can give you the labour on line only. He happily agreed in seconds. I gave him 100 rupees on line by providing his Bank as SBI and account number. I took his photo to publish on Facebook with remarks in Thamil with the help of him to write. I hope that the work force from North Eastern States are also aware of Mobile Banking which can be used on holidays and at night too. On an emergency at their home he can transfer the amount available in his account can be send to home within seconds which can be used for withdrawing from their ATMs.

I am able to get Google Chromecast 2 Media Streaming Device (Black) soon to show my activities from Android phone with WiFi access on TV screen. I booked this on the site of FlipKart on line and paid Rs 3,399 through net banking.

The huge amount of Black Money deposited in Co-operative Banks are from low priced registration at the rate of land value published by the Govt of Kerala. Eg: If the land value is 4 Lakhs per Are and the land value will be 30,000 per Are. The Black Money from the purchaser of land will reach hands of farmers who are in debts. The registered amounts will be deposited in Nationalized Banks with Pan number registered at his own account. Balance Black Money from the poor farmer will be deposited in Co-operative Banks as Fixed Deposit. These Co-operative Banks are under control of Political Parties. This corruption was promoted by our Hon Finance Ministers of Kerala through Various Govts led by UDF and LDF. The poor who invested in Co-operative Banks are suffering too much. Happy to see that fresh deposit above Rs 50,000 are with Pan Number.

Media are running to cover the suffering people to publish on TVs and News papers. They are not bothered about solutions. How ever I am thankful to the General Manager of State Bank of Travancore Sri Varadaraja Iyer for listening my opinions and told the PRD to cover me as Video Clip. The introduction about me was done by Harikumar Elacode over phone. Thanks to Rahul and Sayan Joseph for the technical support to handle on line transactions and Mobile Banking/State Bank Anywhere.

I can teach people below my standard including poor who is illiterate. I can’t teach the experts and well educated persons.

Rubber News

An analysis of Indian rubber statistics to lime light the past present and future of rubber related issues. International price had a great role in domestic price of producing Countries. Researchers, media, politicians, economists etc can refer the data for their purpose.



The extremely hazardous pesticide “BROMADIOLONE” issued in Kerala in the name as “RODOFOE” to kill the rats. The agricultural department, health department and the LSG jointly issued the same to the public who are not aware about the impact of this poison in Human. Ware housing corporation is the nodal agency to distribute this poison on cash payment.


4.1 Human Health Hazards, Prevention and Protection, First Aid

The oral toxicity of bromadiolone for mammals is extremely high (rat oral LD50, 1.12 mg/kg; rabbit oral LD50, 1 mg/kg). The dermal
toxicity is also very high (rabbit LD50 9.4 mg/kg). No definite toxic dose has been established for humans, because of the limited
clinical reports available.

The main features of bromadiolone poisoning in less severe cases are excessive bruising, nose and gum bleeding, and blood in the urine and
faeces. Bleeding from several organs within the body leading to shock and possibly death occurs in more severe cases. The onset of the
signs of poisoning may not be evident until one to several days after ingestion.

Bromadiolone is non-irritant to the skin, but is slightly irritant to the eye.

Bromadiolone is slowly metabolized by mammals and may accumulate in the liver reaching toxic levels with repeated exposure.

Handling of technical material or powder concentrates will require the use of full air-fed protection and an impervious suit, suitable for
wash-down. In operations with liquid concentrates, PVC or nitrile-rubber gloves, armlets, and an apron should be worn together
with a face shield and rubber boots.

All persons who are bleeding must obtain medical attention.

4.1.1 Advice to physicians

If poisoning has occurred recently (within a few hours), gastric lavage and the administration of charcoal in repeated doses is

A venous blood sample should be taken to measure the haemoglobin level, prothrombin time, blood grouping, and cross-matching.

If a patient is bleeding severely, 25 mg of vitamin K1 (phytomenadione) should be given by slow intravenous injection. The
patient should be transfused with whole blood or plasma. Fresh, frozen plasma may be given. Prothrombin time should be checked at 3-h
intervals and injections of vitamin K1 repeated, if no improvement occurs. Administration of factor concentrate may be considered to
avoid volume overload.

In less severe cases of poisoning, vitamin K1 may be given in lower doses together with fresh, frozen plasma for rapid restoration of
blood clotting factors. Prothrombin time should be checked after 8-10 h and vitamin K1 administration repeated, if necessary.

Once the prothrombin time has stabilized, treatment with oral vitamin K1 (10 mg) should be continued four times daily. Oral treatment may
be sufficient in minor cases.

The patient should be kept in hospital until the prothrombin time has remained normal for three days.

The patient should be discharged from hospital with the following treatment: oral vitamin K1 (10 mg) twice daily for up to 60 days
with close monitoring of the prothrombin time. It may be possible to reduce the length of treatment.

4.1.2 Health surveillance advice

Workers handling concentrates must undergo periodic determination of the potential disturbances of the clotting mechanisms, using the most
appropriate method, i.e., by measuring circulating descarboxy-prothrombin, prothrombin concentration, or prothrombin time.