Sunday, March 28, 2021

Taxing in Retrospective

The difference between Mafia and the Government is, whatever Mafia does is illegal and whatever the Government does is legal. Whether the activity is ethical/unethical or fair/unfair does not matter.

It is unethical to change some law in retrospective and penalizing the other party for the old transactions. 

When a law is introduced, people would act based on the clauses in the law. Once the transaction is completed, if the Government goes back in time and changes the law that negatively impacts the other party is absolutely unfair. 

Pranab Mukherjee introduced a draconian law that taxed many organizations in retrospective. By that law, all the old transactions are revisited and many organizations were asked to pay extra tax. His response to that law was, if the law was that bad, why the next Government did not change it. The implicit assumption was, the next Government is better than his Government (atleast in Taxation and related fields). 

Eventhough International Court and the courts of 9 other countries have stricken off (specific instances), Indian Government still did not learn and is continuing with unethical laws and harassing others. 

Sunday, March 07, 2021

Soft Copies of Books by Dr.Manthena Satyanarayana Raju

All the books of Dr. Manthena Satyanarayana Raju are available at and all of them can be downloaded for free in different formats like PDF (for both mobile and desktop), EPub and Mobi (for Kindle). They can also be read directly on the site as well as from Google Play Books.

I would like to thank Dr. Manthena Satyanarayana Raju garu for giving permission to convert all the books to soft copies and distributing it for free. As soon as I told him that, I would like to convert to soft copies, he immediately said, it is good and useful to everyone. He was only worried about the amount of work involved in converting all his books to softcopies. 

[On a different note, when the same suggestion is taken to another Non-Profit Organization which is supposed to work only on spreading their ideology, they did not accept it and they said, they would lose revenue on the books, if they do that.]

Many people have worked in converting these books to soft copies. Eventhough, for the namesake, I paid some token money, if any communist/socialist comes to know the amount that I paid and the work they did, they would use me as a great example of exploitation of capitalism. 

I would like to thank the following people for their contribution in converting these books.

Anusha Chillapalli

Divya Gantela 

Manasa Chillapalli

Gayathri Ram Bavireddy

Lakshmi Vijaya Nadimpalli

Viswanatha Varma

Ramaa Pulaparthi

Sravya Sri Rama Dalli

Akella Durga



Jaya Bharathi

Alekhya Goli

Ashwini Akurathi

Prudhvee Narasimha Goli