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Thursday, April 30, 2015


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Planning of 100 Smart City accepted; New Change into Law of Corruption : Cabinet
        The cabinet meeting under central government on Wednesday has accepted the planning of 100 smart city. According to source, "The work on building of 100 smart city will start in forth coming days. The project has been nominated as Atal Behari Bajpai, name of former prime minister of India."
       Source added, " The cabinet has taken one more strong decision to prevent the corruption. It was added the change into the laws of corruption. The cases of corruption will be decided in time frame of two years. The minimum conviction will be 3 years replacing 6 months; maximum, 7 years." 
       Cabinet took the important decision in the wake of  elapsed 8 years to decide the proceeding of court in the corruption cases during the last four years.
          The cabinet decided to impose  40 percent duty on sugar import. It has recommended that to formulate to the development of ONGC; said to change  scale of 14 percent moisture in the purchase of crops of farmers  and to pay  minimum pension Rs.1000 per month.
         The government of India has changed the former rules; namely,14 percent moisture , 6 percent breakage and 2 percent shine-less in cereal
         Prime Minister has a desire of  such a  smart city development; where the citizen may be provided 24 hours all essential services; technology based vigil ; and other modern facilities.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015


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Mr. Deep Kumar Upaddhyay, ambassador of Nepal, tendered gratitude on Tuesday to the government of India for the rescue operation and the immediate assistance to the people. He expressed that the government of India helped us like a remittance of blank cheque.
      He cared  the over crowd near airport at Kathmandu, which caused delay in the reaching assistance to the victims. He added that  India helped us very much at the hours of our need. The  opening assistance of India was followed by many other countries. 
         Mr.Upaddhyay said."Government of India has accepted to run the special trains in the border adjoining areas. It will help the tourists to return home safely. The services will be enhance on demand.  Over crowd at airport has disrupted  our air services."
       He said."The experts of both countries are on joint work to restore the power supply and the light services. Our communications services will also be start after the power supply." 

Tuesday, April 28, 2015


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Office Bearers of Associations fore Gandhi statue in LKO--
 photo by PRIYA BHATT.
Lucknow,28th April 2015:The employees at the many districts headquarters in Uttar Pradesh organised the candle march on Tuesday evening. 
        It was organised  also in Lucknow under a declared programme which started peacefully from Governor House Gate to Gandhi Pratima Sthal at Hajratganj Lucknow this evening.
       The district  president, N.P. Singh, told here in a release that we assembled here to pay tribute them who lost the lives in massive earthquake in Nepal.                         Mr. Kamlesh Mishra ,president of confederation, said," our programme was scheduled to draw the attention on demand of 14-guidelines which we have submitted earlier to the government, but the calamity of nature at the hours of our need did not allow us even to talk; so we prefered here to pay tribute to the death victims of earthquake."
     The president, and the general secretaries, of employees Association of various departments in Lucknow participated In the candle march. All of them held the vow of silence for two minutes fore the statue of Mahatma Gandhi.


By on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
 Death toll rises to 4000 in Nepal. 

           4000 peoples  died and 6833  injured on Saturday noon in Nepal after tremor, which devastated the country . The country faced three days consecutive earthquake since then, respectively of intensity 7.9 on Saturday; 6.7, Sunday; and 7.1, Monday morning.
          The foreign secretary of India, S. Jaishankar informing the latest rescue efforts of Nepal, told here that the running rescue operation has been intensified.
          Many residential and  religious buildings  has been devastated in earthquake on Saturday.
          The traumatized  peoples of Nepal were  frighten with one more jolt of quake on Monday early morning. They felt  mild  shudder at post dawn; it damaged nothing, but the public's faith was depressed. 

Sunday, April 26, 2015


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Resistance Against Repression: Shahnawaj Alam

26 April,2015,Lucknow
           A conference on Sunday afternoon by Rihai Manch was organized in front Ganga Prasad Memorial Hall Lucknow despite non-approval of public meeting by the State Government. 
            Mr. Shahnawaj Alam, spokes person of Manch, said in a press release that the state government can not down the voice of justice. He was addressing the crowd outside the venue where the government rejected the permission because of overcrowded area in the day hours.
         The chairman of Manch, Mohd.Shueb, said to pose the issue of injustice, " The state government took the defensive measure to maintain the law and order on a conference which indicated about the government's reluctance to punish the murderers." 
        He added, "we are fighting against injustice for Hashim Pura, Maliyana and Muradabad massacre;  we have  maintained the tradition  of public agitation on road." 


By on Sunday, April 26, 2015

        Over thousands of peoples might be trapped in debris. The tremors made a bogey among peoples. There has been expected of the jolt in next 72 hours. President of Nepal, Ram Baran Yadav, was appalled at the tremor and stayed night outside in the open.
      The death toll crossed 1000 in Kathmandu on Saturday evening which reached 2500 late evening on Sunday. One more tremor at 12:39 on Sunday afternoon, epicentre 80 kilometre away at Kodari from Kathmandu, shook Nepal again. The intensity was 6.7 Richter scale. 546 Indian citizens were safely brought by Indian air force. That over 3 lakh foreign tourist were on visit to Nepal are in trap of mayhem. 
        550 from Gujrat, 187 of the Maharastra and 100 of Karnatak are Indians among them. Indian Army began rescue operation, named it--"Operation Maitry."

Saturday, April 25, 2015


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        Tremor shook  Nepal on Saturday noon. The  exact assessment of devastation can not be recorded because of the rescue operation is underway; and the death toll rises of trapped peoples in the debris.          
       According to  seismography it was of 7.9 intensity on Ritcher  scale. The epicentre of quake was pokhara 86 kilometer away from the capital Kathmandu. Many buildings collapsed and turned into the debris.
      The prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, talked on telephone with president of Nepal and said,"The pain of Nepal is ours." The goverment of India has sent the assistance  to help the aggrieved; and the rescue operation experts were immediately rushed to the Kathmandu by special plane. The death toll rises to 2500, more feared trapped in debris. 
     Indians of North & East province were shudder. The Chief Minster of Uttar Pradesh (Northern State), declared immediate closure of schools and colleges; and ordered to the administrative officers of adjoining districts of Nepal border to visit their respective areas to assess the damages.
The  national emergency has been declared in Nepal.  An employee at the Indian embassy
 died when the building was damaged, and her wife is serious. 

Friday, April 24, 2015

Christians staged Dharna at Gandhi Statue.

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The city police, on its part, are taking no chances after the Agra incident, said Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Lucknow Yashasvi Yadav. He said security has been enhanced near Churches and directives have been issued to install CCTV cameras for round-the-clock vigil.
Miscreants had vandalised four statues of Mother Mary at St Mary’s Church compound in Agra besides breaking windowpanes of the car parked in the church courtyard on Thursday.

            The crowd at Gandhi Pratima Sthal Hazratganj Lucknow was staging dharna since morning on Thursday in protest against vandalism at church in Agra. Many of them were with the banners  scripted on , "STOP ATROCITIES AGAINST CHRISTIANS, MASSIVE PROTEST DHARNA." The christian schools were remained closed for protest.
           The hierarchy of christians community, and Kalbe Sadik, leader of Shia community, were present  in support of dharna against incident of violence at Methodist Church Agra.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015


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Tuesday, April 21, 2015


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BSNL Employees go on strike 

           Lucknow: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited employees union (East Zone) convened its 6th congress  meeting on coming  2nd and 3rd May 2015 at National Ramayan Mela Hall at Chitrakoot(Banda). 
       The BSNL employees were on strike for last two days. The work on public hours were withheld at the commercial office. The employees were staging dharna  outside the office of General Manager, Gandhi Bhawan, Lucknow. 
       Mr.Ved Prakash Yadav, convener, Forum of BSNL Unions/ Association Lucknow released its 20 guidelines' demand. Mr.yadav asked the employees to go on strike for the support of their demands on 21 and 22 April.

Prime Minister Modi in Germany

By on Tuesday, April 21, 2015

 World Define Terror Harbouring Governments: Modi

          Prime Minister, Narendra Modi,  in a joint statement with Angela Merkel, Chancellor Germany, on Tuesday evening said that the terrorism harbouring governments must be pressurised.
             Posing the issue for permanent membership in the Defense Board, he said (taking without name of Pakistan), " It is the time of need that there must have a discussion under the United Nation over the new definition prevailing the terrorism in the world that will maintain the pressure over the terror harbouring governments."
            It's having an injustice that India,  the land of Mahatma Budha and Mahatma Gandhi, has not yet found the place in the defence board.
           "India deploys higher armed forces than any other countries for the peace mission."  He added," we jointly effort to maintain the global peace. As much sincere we are for atomic power,  as we must be  sensitive about the countries that sheltered the terrorism."
              He added,  "India and Germany have to work jointly to fight with terrorism. Germany will start work on clean energy. We need the cooperation in the field of renewable energy. We will make the investment easy in India from the German companies." He said, "We discussed with Chancellor about the Indo-German relationship in open mind."
               The Prime Minister, Modi, after releasing joint statement, left for Canada.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Kisan in rosy turbans at Delhi

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Rahul at Kisan Rally: they want to give yours land to industrialist friends

 a rally organized by Indian National Congress in protest of land acquisition ordinance
            The Indian National Congress at Ram Leela Maidan New Delhi organized a rally on Sunday. The rally, where the huge numbers of farmers and labourers were present, was addressed by Rahul gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, former prime minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh and Digvijay Singh.
            Rahul Gandhi in his speech added, "The congress government took 2 years to make the Land Bill of 2013. The BJP supported and applauded the Bill then. Then what changed & why required it to ?"
          He asked, "Instead of passing it through Parliament, why did BJP bring in ordinance?"
"Modi took loans from the industrialists and to pay them back he will give them yours land. Modi ji wants to give yours land to industrialist friends from which he had taken loans for his huge campaign."
         In Gujarat Model, Modi ji,  during his tenure, showed us that he was able to snatch land from farmers very easily. The BJP has finished the provisions of consent clause, social assessment, return of used land. Land will be costlier than gold in next 5 years. The BJP  have reduced the budget of Rashtriya Krishi Vikaas Yojana by 50% . Modi govt does not want farmers to be self-reliant. Modi wants to replicate Gujarat model across India.
You have to teach your children -- your land will be useful only if you get adequate compensation!
         The MSP has not changed, no benefit to  the farmers. Talking about cleaning "kachra" of the nation doesn't befit the PM. The BJP will snatch yours land, and you won't even get jobs.
         The congress don't want the farmers to become labourers and servants.

Sunday, April 19, 2015


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a youth throws stone over police Jawan at Kashmir
          Saturday, 18th April 2015: The violence erupted at many places of Jammu & Kashmir on Saturday in the protest of Tral encounter and the arrest of the separatist leader, Masarat Aalam.
         A youth demonstrator was died and the police have detained Yasin Malick, JKLF president, and Swami Agnivesh, a social worker, while going to the spot; after that they were released.
         The government has ordered the magistrate to probe the matter. The strong supporter of separation, Yasin Malick said, "There will not be any separate re-establishment for Kashmiri Pundit." Swami Agnivesh added, " The separatism prevails Terrorism."
        Hurriyat Conference called a Bandh on Saturday in the valley, which affected the day life  at various places. 
       Three youths sustained injuries during the scuffle between the demonstrators and the police force. One dead of police firing. The injured youths were rushed to hospital at Srinagar.     
       Police expressed regret over the incident and said."  The police force were pressed to open the fire when the mobs incessantly pelted stones around over them. "The official added, " We have registered the case and started the probe under different sections."
      Mr. Mirwaij Farook and various other left front leaders are under the house arrest seeing the situation turned violent after the death of two youths on Monday during Tral encounter in Poolwama South Kashmir. 
    NPP leader Bhim Singh said, "The talks on the issue only can solve the problem; the violence path in Kashmir is not going to conclude any fruitful solution."
    Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir, Nirmal Singh, said, " the separatist are intending  to repeat the past situation in Kashmir, but the government will take tough action against them."

Thursday, April 16, 2015


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:Mufti government  avoided to comment


                The NDA  rule is in centre and PDP-BJP led state government could not stand  any hurdles to wave the Pakistani flag in Geelani rally at Srinagar on Wednesday. The such lapse by state government may be the cause of a big issue for opposition at New Delhi.
                As Mr.Geelani reached Srinagar from Delhi to attend the organized rally, Masarat Aalam teem  with the crowd and the crowd were chanting  slogans in the favour of Pakistan, but the forces deployed were only bystander. There were no order by state government to  handle such situation.what was the reason of police silence behind the separatist politics is being avoided to comment on restraining of police force by Mufti government.
             PDP spokes person told that Msarat was released under the law. Whether the issues are of armed forces or of separatist, the priority of our government is to maintain the peace. None of these shall be tormented. whatever is going on in state is under the law.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Biggest Drop in Price of Gold

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Biggest Drop in Price of Gold

Over thirty thousand per ten grams, the shining gold attracted the eyes -- now it is just above Rs 25,000! In the past half year, the biggest drop in the price of gold . It is said that the price slump to be caused by an associated root abroad.

Monday, April 13, 2015


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         Continuous Third  Major Attack Within Last 3 Days
                             Naxalites Monday ambushed, blast the landmine at Dantewada and killed 5
police personnel of the government force on the spot. Killing the policemen at Sukma  it was the continuous third  major attack within the last 3 days over the government force since Saturday.
            ADG anti-Maoist operation, R.K.Vij, told that they killed 5 personnel in the latest attack at Dantewada, while the nine others were injured. The official from police head quarter added that a few of them Monday morning  tried to intrude inside the BSF camp at Chhotbatia Forest range in Pakhanjor area under district Kakir.
           Mr. Vij told, " As they tried to creep inside the camp, the vigilant personnel started firing over them."  He said, " we lost one  of our personnel during operation."   He told that  a dead body and three bombs of 20 kg in possession were recovered during a search operation.
           It is noticeable that they shot seven police personnel of special task force and injured 12 others. The attack took place when the STF were on a search operation in a jungle. They set two dozen vehicles on fire. They targeted other vehicles, but there were no casualties.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Congress Organizes Rally for Anti-farmers' Government

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Protesting congress workers on road at Lucknow on Friday chanting slogans against Modi government--Priya Bhatt
              The president Lucknow city Congress committee, Mr Amit Srivastav, demonstrated public awakening parade against Modi government protesting for the land acquisition Bill laid during UPA government.
                   Mr. Srivastav added to the correspondent, "The central government must have to pay the ex-gratia for those  farmers who committed suicide for the indebted under the crop, and it will have to pay the compensation for the crop ruined farmer."
                    It is noticeable that the Indian National Congress is going to organize a farmers' rally at Laxman Mela Maidan New Delhi on next Sunday against  Modi government.

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Government of Rajsthan Suspended Commissioner

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Government of Rajsthan Suspended Commissioner
         BJP national spokesperson Syed Shahnawaz Hussain commented on the transfer of a whistleblower IAS officer Ashok Khemka by Haryana state government and BJP ruling state government of Rajsthan has now suspended an honest officer, Dharm Pal Jat.
              it is noticeable that the Town Area Board Commissioner, Dharm Pal Jat, took action against land grabber is famous in Barmer at Rajsthan. Mr.Pal, under anti-encroachment derive for a week, had made the city freed  from 40 years long encroachment. Many  encroachments of influential persons and the leaders of BJP were removed during the special derive, but the BJP government's power in centre took the action and targeted the scapegoat.
            Congress leader and corporator, Naresh Dev Saran, said," an honest officer had removed the encroachment of last 40 years and he made the city clean, which the leader of BJP could not digest on the action taken by officer. It is not in the public interest so the decision taken by the government must reconsider.
             Social Worker, Rajendra Singh Mewar, said,  "Mr. Dharm Pal  is a scapegoat like Ashok Khemka. He was an irk in the eyes of land grabber. That the seven days action against the encroachment  tormented the some persons."

Monday, April 06, 2015


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              The official of Central Bureau of Investigation has refused to investigate the murder case of IAS Officer, D.K.RAVI.
       The Agency's official refused on conditional probe asked by government of K'TAKA and  returned the file to the government, while the government issued a gazette to declare the removal of condition and recommended again the agency to probe the case.
      It is noticeable that the ruling Shiddhmaraya's government at K'taka had recommended to entrust the murder probe to the CBI under the pressure maintained by the opposition and the kin of deceased IAS and asked the agency to complete it within next three months. 
          The agency's official refused the  conditions and said,"The government can not implement the conditions on the agency's probe."
         IAS, D.K. RAVI, was found dead on 16th March 2015 in his flat at Bengaluru. The police told that the initial probe revealed it a suicide case. The next kin of Ravi raised objections against the outcome of probe and asked the inquiry to be done by the CBI. The opposition took the matter seriously and up-roared the matter in assembly and the out side. The pressure maintained by both compelled the government to refer the case to the CBI. The agency's official wrote to the department of personnel about the time limit for the referred investigation.

Friday, April 03, 2015

Militants kill two jawans, teem up with crowds of J&K.

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Militants kill two jawans, teem up with crowds of J&K.

Two militants teem up with the crowds  of J&K after killing two security personnel during a fierce gun battle in Baramula district on Thursday.
   Officials said that the fighting started after government forces intercepted   to the militants who had taken shelter in two homes at Hardushoora village.
   Army and Police personnel besieged the place and exchanged the firing for several hours with the gunmen.
   Two security personnel and a civilian were injured while the militants managed to escape from the billet, said officials.
   "They were tracked, pressing dogs into service. The search of militants is still on and operation is still in progress, though at a new location,"said Shrinagar based army spoke person  colonel Brijesh Pandey.
   The militants reportedly fired first and forcing the security personnel to retaliate.

Wednesday, April 01, 2015


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          Kshitiz Kant,              
27th March 2015, Lucknow.
Ms.Shanta was a senior teacher in Seventh Day Adventist Senior Secondary School, Lucknow. The editor was too her student his academic education  during the years 1996 to 2012 .   He recalls his nostalgia of her teaching  and interaction shared, and says that -- 'while she taught the students about Newton's first rule, she told them, "if you kick on Shanta's back, she will roll like a football until any hurdle stop her"'. The way of her explaining of syllabus topics  in class was very simple and understandable. She was very strict, and had she looked any fault in class, she told the parent waiting outside to receive their wards. I was her single student, who did not complete the assigned school home work to me by her, while I had always remembered the topics of the chapters. I was taller than she,  and she always said to my dad that 'Bada Beta' did not complete the school home work. My height is 6 and 1/2 feet today and during my junior class I was the tallest one than any one others.
Ma'am Shanta will remain in my reminiscent of my life always.
Ms.Shanta retired on her superannuation from Seventh Day Adventist Senior Secondary School, Lucknow on 27th March 2015 photo