Tuesday, June 14, 2011


Inflation concerns continue to depress the Indian stockmarket. The latest story is that a coconut plantation in Kerala has advertised for experienced pickers at a monthly salary of Rs11,250 (£154) plus accommodation compared with the average monthly wage of Rs3500. Mind you, I would have thought that chaps who can climb like monkeys up bare tree trunks, would be worth more than the average...


Blogger Angus said...

Inflation.Don't get me started . You should see the price of a glass of champagne in the new Leela in Delhi !

6:27 am  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

When in India, stick to Lassi

2:40 pm  

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