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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

owners of schools on papers duped Rupees one crore

By on Tuesday, September 18, 2018

The owners of many schools on papers in city of Meerut and Etawah in UP have embezzled about one crore Rupees of students scholarship.
According to the report, economic offence wing of UP Police told that the 87 of the 118 schools were not found in existence and 31 schools’authorities have claimed scholarship of fake students in numbers.
Mr Rajendra Pal, DG economic offence, told that 20 schools are being investigated in Meerut. He added that many more schools are under scanner of inquiry. The numbers of primary and intermediates colleges are high in this involvement.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Non-finance-aided teachers stage Dharna

By on Friday, September 14, 2018

Intermediate Non-finance-aided Teachers Mahasabha Dharna was continued on consecutive 7th days at Eco-garden Lucknow. The Dharna was held by the teachers working under Varanasi division on Friday afternoon.
Mr Umesh Dubedi,the state president, said,  "Yogi Aditya Nath,UP CM, not only 3 lakhs non-finance-aided teachers; but also whole teachers’ community was insulted. He added, "The fire of insult shall be keep on in the inner of these teachers agitating unless Yogi gives back the right of teachers with appolozise."
The teachers’ Mahasabha shall communicate by organizing the protest rallies in 75 districts of the state, said Sanjey Kumar Mishra… this will tarnish the image of government and its responsibility goes to CM Yogi.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Selected candidates staged Dharna outside UP SSSC office

By on Thursday, September 13, 2018

... were shouting slogans... Issue appointment letters!

The candidates were staging Dharna at UP SSSC office, PICUP building, Lucknow on Thursday afternoon this week. They were shouting slogans against the delay in recommendation of 186 of the 2942 candidates who had appeared  for the posts of Village development officers in 2016 exam conducted by UP SSSC.
One of the candidates told to Pressmen Times that the 70, ex-army personnel and 116, faulty documents candidates’ result were withheld. According to the information, their eligibility and documents verification have been completed on September 11, but the letter to the government for the posting is delayed, which dejected us on the apathy of commission’s officers for doing so.
One more candidate said, “Why should we not be resented? 2942 candidates had been selected and 186 of these were withheld for the purpose of eligibility screening. The procedure has been completed and yet to wait for appointment after abiding two tough years is spoiling our future.”

Sunday, September 09, 2018

Pro-BJP footpath betel sellers frustrated with paying of hushmoney

By on Sunday, September 09, 2018
The BJP pro footpath betel sellers gathered outside home of a local BJP leader Rajeev Mishra’s house in Lucknow on Saturday this week. These people were demanding to stop the atrocities of Asgar Ali Khan, an officer (department is unknown), who is enforcing the government directions over these sellers.
They met with the Municipal Commissioner Lucknow, Dr Indramani Tripathi, who has convinced these aggrieved people that he did not placed any enforcement order. They also met with the SSP Lucknow who also denied that his officers are enforcing them.
These aggrieved people have alleged that the officer, on the name of checking, is  taking the perquisite money and tormenting them. The goods in the shop are being confiscated. The orgy of this action is continued in the Transgomti area.
He appealed to Union Home Minister and MP from Lucknow Mr Raj Nath Singh that they are afraid of the shop closure that will push them on starvation verge.

On other hand, the BJP led state government in Uttar Pradesh has issued a government order No 397/6-pu-15-2017 dated November 14, 2017 from state Home Department.
The order clearly says: 'enforce ban on cigarette and tobacco'. The government has restricted the selling of cigarettes openly with out warning “injurious for health” and the police have been expected a help to enforce this restriction so that the compliance shall be followed.
The copies of this government order have been forwarded to all the higher officers of the state. This restriction came in effect under Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 section 18(c) which has directed police to restrict the selling of cigarette and tobacco produces.

Saturday, September 08, 2018

Hollywood's Veteran Actor Burt Renolds died

By on Saturday, September 08, 2018

Popular Hollywood Actor, Burt Renolds, 82, died in cardiac-arrest on Thursday.
He got fame for his acting in Smokey and the Bandit and Boogie Nights and the actors and actresses of film industry condoled on his death.
Burton Leon “Burt” Reynolds Jr. was an American actor, director and producer. He first rose to prominence starring in television series such as Gunsmoke, Hawk, and Dan August. His breakout film role was as Lewis Medlock in Deliverance.
Hollywood celebs have expressed their grief on Social Media. He was recognized as sex symbol in Hollywood. He tried even in the field of film direction moreover acting.
He had founded Burt Renolds Institute for Film and Theatre in Florida. Renolds had worked for TV Show and films till a few years ago of his death.
Burt Renolds had worked in all gener of action and comedy films. David Dilbek's role in Striptease, released in 1996, got big fame. However, this film flopped on box office, but he was appreciated for his comedy timing.

Friday, September 07, 2018

All India employees, labourers and farmers stage Dharna on parliament street

By on Friday, September 07, 2018

Attending the called rally by thousands of labourers and farmers even government employees unions at New Delhi (Jantar Mantar), I began to hit the key board of my laptop to compile the report what I had seen among the crowd people with the red -flags, red-caps and the men and the women in white-caps with the captiion of old pension restoration a day after my return on Wednesday this week.
They all were shouting slogans in different local languages, but were being seen their devotion of their arrival at the national capital of the country.  The street was filled with the crowd, but after walking a short distance the crowd was sat on road and was hearing the speech of their leaders.
The scene is from the road exactly beside Jantar-Mantar.This can be easly guessed how these people would have started their journey while they were already aware of difficulties which they had to face in National Capital. Really they could not use the public toilet without paying except Gurudwara Bangala Shahib where Langar, drinking water, Bathrooms services are free. If you are interested, you may donate, or it is your will.
One of the leaders on stage was addressing this crowd: “Is Ram Mandir the real problem? Is Gau Raksha the main issue? Is becoming a Hindu Rashtra our main concern? No... .Our main concern is minimum wages and minimum support price which our workers and farmers respectively earn anyhow for their livelihood in the hardship of soaring price."
Why they were gathered in this rally was reason of non-implementation of Swaminathan report for MSP. Sukhvinder, a farmer from Punjab, said, “The union government in its manifesto in 2014 had said that Swaminathan report submitted in 2006 shall be implented, but there is no sign of it. Achhe Din in speech was a Jumla mere.
Surjan Ram, farmer from Haryana Sonipat sugarcane, millet, maize grower, said, "i sell my produce in Mandi, but have n ever got MSP. The smaller farmers condition is worsen when they take loans and stock their produce in search of MSP; they have to sell their produce in cheaper rate to middlemen eventually.

Women crowd of Aganwadi employees, Asha workers and midday meal cooks were demanding the hike in wages. One of these Anganwadi workers from Assam said, “ We get paid just Rs 1000 in a month – which is far less than the colleagues earn in other state while we work for 6 hours daily in a month. The wages of two months when the schools are closed for summer and winter vacations are not paid.”
Suman Lata Kamble, from Nagpur, said, “Our working condition are worse than that of Anganwadi workers. “We are on duty 24/7 as a child delivery can happen any time. We also care the ill people suffering from tuberculosis, but our wages are paid Rs 500-1000 in a month.”

Mr SP Singh, leader of UPFMSA, said, “We work for 30 to 40 years of government services and help to implement the policies of government, but after the superannuation we get the retirement from services. While during our old age we get infirmity, how will we be able to make our life secure in meager pension under NPS.”

Mr Kamlesh Misra, president of Ministerial Federation of Service Associations UP, said, "The amount which was recovered from the salary of every government employees every month under NPS exactly after implementing this scheme has no detail of account; while the next kin of employees who died in service under this scheme are wandering to get the payment. The MLAs or the MPs whether they worked for a day merely, they are paid the pension during the whole life. While the life of employees who devote themselves serving the nation shall be paid pension under NPS that is sure shall not help enough the employees or their kins after their retirement or death. Our demand is to restore the old pension system."

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Seven Years imprisonment in Myanmar for two Reuters journalists

By on Tuesday, September 04, 2018
UN and European Union asked immediate release of both journalists

The two Reuters journalists in Myanmar court have been sentenced 7 years imprisionment in the country’s secrecy violation case. Nam Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo,28, both were charged of taking the secret documents violating country's secrecy law.
These journalists had been arrested on December 12 last year when they were investigating the murders of 10 Rohingyas Muslims and the crime committed by the police and the Army in Rakhain territory of Myanmar. The government of Myanmar kept on refusing the committed such crime, but after the arrest the government had accepted that the Army had killed 10 of Rohingyas males including youth in the village.
Dan Chugg, British Ambassdor, has expressed a disappointment over the decision of Myanmar court. UN, Europian Union, and the countries like America, Canada, and Australia have asked the Myanmar government to release immediately these journalists.
Stephen J Edler, Reuters’ Editor, said, “ It is a bad day for Myanmar, Wa Lon and Kyo So O, Reuters’ journalists and for presses.” Where the punished journalist, Wa lon said that he did nothing wrong and he felt no fear. Lon said, “I rely upon justice, freedom and democracy.”
Before being arrested by the other officers, two police officers had entrusted these documents them in a restaurant, both journalists had stated before the court during the hearing of this case.
The police officers had added in response that it was their plan to catch the journalists. It was a trap against the journalists to stop the reporting of Rohingya Muslims massacre.

Sunday, September 02, 2018

CPM leader joined BJP in Tripura

By on Sunday, September 02, 2018
The former MLA, Communist Party(Marx), in Tripura, Mr Bishwajeet Dutta, embraced the ruling state party BJP. Whether it should be assumed here that the line of action of BJP is fully democratic where Mr Dutta has relied upon... and the fight of communist views are futile in his observation, or Mr Dutta should be understood ambitious man. Anyway it is to be examined how and why these Left and Right-wings' hand and friendship are together.
According to media, he took the BJP membership in the presence of Sunil Deodhar, incharge of Tripura and National Secretary on Friday evening. Mr Dutta had left the Left in April 2018.
Perhaps in the 54 years of his sacrifice Mr Dutta turned in new direction assuming his penance futile eventually. Although whatever he had the  appetite of politics to gain in Red is able to find in saffron.
Mr Dutta,68, was in Communist Party(Marx) since the year 1964. Taking the membership of the BJP, he alleged serious charges the CPM is a corrupt and criminal party. He claimed that a conspiracy had been hatched against him before the 18th February’s Assembly poll in the state. He was forced to be admitted in hospital, so that he could not go in election frey… then his seat was allotted to other member of the party. Mr Dutta also claimed allegedly that this conspiracy was backed by party.
The former deputy speaker Tripura Assembly and CPM leader, Mr Pabitra Kar on Saturday, has given clarification in the context of allegations by Mr Dutta. He said, ‘Everybody knows that Mr Bishwajeet Dutta was ill and his condition had deteriorated then. How could an ill-man have been in the election frey ?” Any way that the BJP has accepted Bishwajeet Dutta’s health condition fit had he joined the party.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Unemployment is big crisis in country: Rahul Gandhi says in LSE

By on Monday, August 27, 2018

Rahul Gandhi, president INC, targeted the BJP and the RSS saying that the people support the leaders like American President, D Trump, and the PM, Narendra Modi, so because they are in resentment by seeing no growth in employments.
Speaking to the Indian Journalist Union he has said that these leaders abet the situation in their favour instead of solving this problem and are damaging to the country.
 Rahul said on Saturday this week that the unemployment is a big crisis in India and the government of India is not interested to accept it.
In a prestigious London School of Economics he said during in a Press Conference china generates 50000 employments per day while India generates 450 employments per day. It is a calamity.
Rahul Gandhi said, “I did not see economy, sociology and politics apart. It was an activity which works together. 100 years of this process in India has changed 1.3 billion people.”
Speaking on employment he said, “There is a big problem of unemployment in India and government is not accepting it. Where the Chinese government is giving employment 50000 per day, our government is providing only 450 placements in a day. It is like a calamity. The unemployment is big crisis in the country and we have to accept it first, but government is not accepting it."

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Mulayam emotively in public says: none respect me

By on Sunday, August 26, 2018

Living in obscurity from the active politics since long, the patron and former president of Samajwadi Party Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadava’s vent came out. On the occasion of  birthday of Bhagwati Singh, senior Samajwadi Party Leader, on Saturday, Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadav, in an emotional sense, in this ceremony said, “Today none respect me, but perhaps after my death they will.”
He said introducing about Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, “Even Dr. Lohia used to say so.” He added, “Lohia ji was also sidelined similarly. Lohia ji used to say that there would none respect in this country while living.”
Mr. Akhilesh Yadav is present chief of Samajwadi Party. After a long knotty wrestling for the top leadership in Samaj wadi Party, now all the decisions of party are taken by Akhilesh Yadav. This is the reason why this former leader and SP Chief expressed his agony. He had said last year in this programme, “The son who is not real in relation to his father, he can not be real to close with others. Although my bless is with my son, but I’m not agreed upon his decisions.”

Restriction on Media reporting of girls rape case by HC Patna is criticised

By on Sunday, August 26, 2018

Editors Guild of India, an Association of Media Organizations, has criticised the decision of High Court Patna's forbiddance on reporting in the matter of rape in Girls Home in Muzzafferpur. The Editors Guild has appealed to the chief Justice of HC and Supreme Court to review the decision.

Editors Guild has said, instead of securing the freedom of Media, the decision of High Court is hampering the work of Media. According to PTI, in a statement issued from Editors Guild, it has been said, "The restriction on reporting of the public related matters always results adversely. Such decisions weak the fourth pillar of democracy."
On last Thursday, Patna HC had expressed its concerned over, saying on the matter of rape in Girls Shelter Home in Muzzafferpur, how the facts link to the investigation of CBI were in access to the media. HC Patna had restricted the publishing and the broadcast of facts related to this matter during the investigation.
The sexual exploitation case of Girls shelter home was surfaced in month of May this year after the investigation of Police. The matter of sexual exploitation of dozen of Girls, and six of this disappearance, from this home during the year 2013 to 18 were in spotlight. After the initial inquiry of Police, the matter was handed over to CBI. The Girls who were living here recently have been sent in other shelter home.

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Apathy in maintenance of public road in Western UP angered people

By on Saturday, August 25, 2018

Anant Kumar; Meerut
Now a report  through media came in spotlight that the worsening condition of roads in Merrut city of Western Uttar Pradesh are in public resentment  and the people to wake the administration of UP have sowed the paddies in these poteholes.
The people’s complaint redressal had not been taken in cognizance for care of roads by provincial maintenance division of PWD, so the local residents had tired of this weathered road that they did this conduct.
The local residents’ resentment portrayed banner of pics of MP, Rajendra Agarwal, and MLA, Satya Prakash Agrawal that had writes-up of 'slogan' ‘We are the big duds, Crop is yours and watering is mine’

The BJP government in its manifesto had promised of potehole free roads in the state. Yogi’s government claims to keep-up its promise which they had vowed in the electoral days, but that the paddy in the road potehole is the mirror to the state government claims some different situation of public resentment in the area.
The local social worker, Dushyant Rohata says, “We have represented ours problem with application to the local MP and MLA, but they did not heed on our request.”
Another person, Pramod Kumar, told that this road has been eroded for the past two years and has claimed lives during the rainy days.”
Mr Rajendra Agarwal,MP, has said, “I’m aware of the people’s problem, they have right to protest… I shall say nothing against them.” He added that the fund for the road has been released, but some departmental complications have resulted non-maintenance of the roads.
The UP PWD has been on target since this government took power last year after defeating Samajwadi Party government. The maintenance funds of many state departments’building have not been released for the Financial Years 2018-19 so the care services have been forbidden by the maintenance division of PWD.
An officer of PWD told to media (on non-disclosure of name): Many projects of original works prepared by PWD have been handed over to the outsider agencies is also the reason of apathy in confidence of officers to the maintenance work of this department.
What had this government promised and had been directed by CM Yogi to the officers then.
Additional Chief Secretary of UP PWD, Sadakant, had asserted,  “The idea is that any person who enters UP after June should feel that he has a motorable road to drive smoothly. It is a massive exercise, but we will be doing a complete ‘kayakalp’ of roads in UP as per the directives of the CM. We have decided that all this renovation will happen under the surveillance of cameras and a public representatives will monitor the work. Quality will be assured along with transparency.”

It is worth mentioning that the PWD department had to handle nearly 2.1 lakh km of roads in UP and since Adityanath had fixed a deadline of June 15, 2017 to ensure that no roads in the state should have poteholes, the department under deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya had worked tirelessly to identify nearly 60,000 km of roads that had failed the test.

It could be recalled that in his election speeches in UP, PM Modi had attacked the SP government for building the Agra-Lucknow expressway, but leaving the state’s other roads in pitiable condition, making commuters spend long hours traversing them.
Mere one year of its tenure and the maintenance of poteholes unearth the reality of works which were actually done or the work is still going on pending under government’s fake claim of maintenance.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee died

By on Friday, August 17, 2018

 Great grief condoled by Nation
I... write and efface on head of time! 

ATAL BIHARI VAJPAYEE, 93, former Prime Minister, lost his battle of life in AIIMS in New Delhi on Thursday evening this week.
Late-Atal Ji, origin of Bateshwar village in Agra district of UP and born in 1924 at Gwalior, was a journalist in his initial stage. He had a vent of poetry that emerged his identity among the people of India.
The youngesters used to take parts eagerly in these Arya Kumar Sabha's meetings then. In those days, the youth wing of Arya Kumar Sabha was in flourishing, which was working to develop character base paradigm in the youths. The meetings for this purpose were organized in every week at many villages and towns.
It was the year of 1939 when young Atal went to participate with his friends in the Arya Kumar Sabha’s weekend meeting held at Gwalior on a Sunday. The meeting began and 15 years old Atal drew attention of Bhudev Shastri, senior worker of Sabha within a few minutes.
Atal’s eloquence attracted this man and that time he resolved that the boy must be in Sangh. Exactly after the meeting ended; Bhudev Shastri approached to Atal.
He asked, “What do you do in evening? Atal Ji replied, “No more special.” He further asked, “Why don't you join in the branch of Sangh at evening?” He joined Sangh.
It was the period when he was in his beginning of politics and he was to address a public meeting of Jansangh at Mumbai in 1953, he saw during his dress-up that his two Kurtas sustained a puncture of  the two spots respectively; one in sleeve, another in collar. He had mere two Kurtas at Mumbai, which sustained the puncture on the two spots. His acumen worked and he wore a jacket over it. None could have detect about his Kurta.
After the emergency, Morar Ji Desai  formed his government in 1977 and Atal Bihari Bajpai became Foreign Minister.
After taking charge of his office, when he went there, he found that something was absent there on the wall.
Bajpai said with his secretary that there was a picture of Pt Nehru on the wall. He said, "I have come to this office in many occasion. Where is it now?"
It was assumed that when a non-congress government was formed, the officers were thinking then that the new foreign minister from Jan Sangh would never like the pic of Nehru, so it was removed to please him.
Exactly after it, he had directed the officers of foreign ministry to peg again that picture on the wall earliest.
 Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee died after a prolonged illness. 93 years old former PM was admitted in AIIMS New Delhi for the past few days; where he breathed his last.
Since long time, he was suffering by the age factor chronic disease. He had lost his memory and ability to talk. That the eloquence rich leader’s life shall face such end may have seldom or never thought anybody.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Simultaneous poll of federal and states is possible: Amit Shah to Law Commission

By on Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Mr Amit Shah, BJP National president  and Mr  Chandra Shekhar Rao,TRS Chief and CM of Telangana  file photo                                     

It may be a coincidence or that this matter may be of affinity of each other is possible. The matter is of Parliamentary and Assembly elections to be held simultaneously.

According to report the BJP led Union Government and the TRS, both have indicated same signals on this issue.

According to media report, Mr. Amit Shah, the BJP president, has sent his reply to the law commission.

He said, ”The concept of parliamentary and the state assembly elections is not a blank new. This principle had been in practice in the past, and it may be applicable in future.”

He rejected the protesting and the argument of opposition parties against this concept.

He said, this will strengthen the set up of Union of this Country; not will weaken it; as is constantly being argued against this concept.

Shah says in his 8 page letter to the chairman Law commission,Mr BS Chauhan, that this argument is incorrect that, if the parliamentary and the state elections both are held simultaneously, the national parties will be gainer.

 In contrary he put the examples of 1980’s election and said that at the time the assembly election of Karnataka and parliamentary election both were held together, but the Congress had secured the parliamentary election; while the JDS was the winner in the assembly election.

Meanwhile, the TRS, ruling party of Telangana, called a meeting of its office bearers on Monday this week, and the chief of this party and the CM of Telangana, Mr. Chandra Shekhar Rao, has signaled the premature election in the state.

He said to media, “The election commission can hold a election six months ahead of, or later the ending of tenure -- this cannot be said early!"

The report says that KCR has also directed his party members for the preparation of Assembly election. The search of winning candidates has begun in this preparation process.

It is notacible, Madhya Pradesh, Rajsthan, Mizoram – all these states are to go under Assembly Elections in coming December, and the report says that TRS is also keen for the state assembly election to be held in Telangana with these states.

The Modi Government is to hpold a talk the other parties on this issue. A ccording to this information the all parties meeting are to organise early.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Employees of Govt Presses stage Dharna because of officers apathy in promotion

By on Saturday, August 11, 2018

The employees of Printing and Stationary Department UP outside the director office in the premises at Allahabad are staging Dharna continuously for their demand of promotion.
Mr Ram Sumer, President of Employees Association, told here that the administration of this department has had stop  all the avenues of promotion since past two years, which has created a discontent among the employees.
He said, " We have served our memorandum to  the Director and given an ultimatum of coming date August 13th to take the decision about promotion for the eligible employees. Our agitation shall intense if the decision is not met to our deadline."
He has added that 33 posts of 51 Administrative officers, 33 of 79 Head Assistants, and 33 of 145 Senior Assitants are vacant under in many units including directorate of this department, which is to be filled-up through departmental promotion; but it is our fate that in spite of being our own director we are not in position to get the justice; our all promotion avenues are at the dead end.
An official staff (name not disclosed) told, a few employees of other cadre were merged in clerical staff cadre who have been demanding their seniority among the gradation of ministerial employees cadre. They have filed a writ petition in High Court for being considered in cadre seniority of clerical promotion.
The department is facing this implication and trying constantly to solve this problem stemmed up from the government.