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Sunday, November 26, 2017

One more hearing failed

By on Sunday, November 26, 2017
Kin raises questions over Judge's death who was hearing Sohrabuddin encounter case
The kin on the sudden death of Justice Brij Gopal Loya have posed many questions breaking their silence after three years. Justice Loya, special CBI court, was hearing the Sohrabuddin encounter case.
Many names of higher officers of Gujarat government including Amit Shah were surfaced in this hot spot case.
The Carwan magazine published a report on Monday last week referring the talk with the kin of Brij Gopal Loya. The family has posed the question over the suspected circumstances of Loya’s death.
It is noticeable that Loya’s death had taken place in Nagpur on 1st December 2014.  The cause of death had been told 'heart attack'. He had participated in the marriage ceremony of his colleague, Swapna Joshi's daughter, in Nagpur.
The questions are as follows:
·         There is no clarification of Loya’s death time. According to the postmortem, the death's time has been registered 6:15 early morning of December 1, 2014; while his kin had been informed about the death message at 5 o’clock early morning on December 1, 2014.
·         Loya died in a heart attack as kin was told; while his kin found blood stains on the clothes
·         According to Loya’s father, Loya’s head sustained injury.
·         Loya’s phone was returned to his family after many days, which had been reformatted.
·         It is noticeable that Loya who was stayed in Nagpur Ravi Bhawan was rushed to hospital on Auto rickshaw after a heart attack in night. His sister asked, talking to the reporter, whether, despite being so many VIP’s halt arrangement in Ravi Bhawan that night, there were no vehicle parking which could have rushed him to hospital?
·         Even she asked this question, if the nearest auto stand from the Ravi Bhawan is two kilometer away, how the auto rickshaw was managed that night?
·         The question has been posed over a RSS volunteer, Ishwar Baheti. This volunteer had informed the kin about carrying the dead body to the paternal home after the death. Loya’s cellphone too was returned by Baheti.
·         Every page of post mortem report has been signed below of which shows relation with the deceased in Marathi – cousin! While the family says no such man is in family.
·         If the death cause has been told natural, why was the need of postmortem?
More over there is no filled Panchnama after the post mortem
Exactly after 29 days of Loya’s death, judge who took over the court acquitted Amit Shah from this case without hearing. The 11 other higher officers of Gujrat cadre in this case have been acquitted till now.
It is noticeable that the CBI which is the chief investigating agency in this case on the directives of SC has not yet appealed against this decision.
Earlier when the apex court had ordered to investigate this case, it had evidently said -- 'first, the case must be heard away from Gujrat; second, one judge will hear this case from beginning up to end; but the second of the conditions was contempt'. The beginning of the case was in the hand of Jeti Utpat, but he himself withdrew from this case suddenly.
6 June 2014 judge Utpat reprimanded Amitshah for not present in this case and ordered him to appear in the case hearing on next date 26th June; but he was transferred to Pune session court on 25th June 2014.
Brij Gopal Loya took charge of this case who posed many questions for not appearing of Amit Shah. He confirmed the date of hearing this case on 15th December 2014, but he died on 1st of December 2014.
The case is now in hand of MV Gosavi who acquitted Amit Shah from this case in December end 2014 and said that there was no evidence against Amit Shah.

The Carwan report had included mere Loya sisters’ statement. According to the Loya’s wife Sharmila and son Anuj refused to talk with the reporter because of risk on their lives lurk.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

HRMC organised symposium on International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women

By on Saturday, November 25, 2017
Human Right Monitoring Committee has organized an awareness march on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in support of women issues on Saturday this week at Sarojini Nagar Block Lucknow.
Amit Ambedkar told that International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is celebrated on 25 November by UN since 1999. The purpose behind this programme is to organize a symposium to end the violence against the women facing on many levels of society and countries of the world.
The programme has the purpose to effort for the law formulation and security provision, and its right execution over to women and changing of discriminatory thought against women of society. One of every three women in the world is the victim of sexual and body violence. Several cases of domestic violence have been in report.

Domestic violence in India is endemic. Around 70% of women in India are victims of domestic violence.
The National Crime Records Bureau reveal that a crime against a woman is committed every three minutes, a woman is raped every 29 minutes, a dowry death occurs every 77 minutes, and one case of cruelty committed by either the husband or relative of the husband occurs every nine minutes. This occurs despite the fact that women in India are legally protected from domestic abuse under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.
Number of murder rose from 286 in January to 396 in March and 399 in April and cases of rape rose from 244 to 378 in March and 393 in April this year in UP.  .

He said, “The activities shall be disseminated with the awareness every month against the violence in the society by the mean of campaign in the villages.”

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

100 Children and their parents vow to voice against child violence; also pledge to send’em school

By on Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Human Right Monitoring committee held a Programme on  International Children Rights Day in Lucknow on Monday afternoon this week. On this occasion, a march was organised with the children who are the slum dwellers in Lucknow. The placards in the hands were displaying the juveniles discrimination.
Anshuman Singh, coordinator, said, “ The laws are here -- despite it, these children are the victim of violence.” He has said that they are neither safe in home, nor safe away from home. he added, “we, instead to know their feelings, try to repress their rights.”
Discrimination, violence, victimization, sexual exploitation and assault, children smuggling, child labouring, child marriage -- all criminal activities are affecting their pious future which is condemnable and a point of concern.
Madhuri Chauhan said on children protection, “Elders are aware of their rights. They know their social,economic, commercial rights. A little ripples in their rights they cannot tolerate and raise their voice against it; while the children rights are broken in routine.
Vineeta Tharu said, “ The parents claim for the child care; but, as they do the care, they seem that they are providing all the needful rights, which does not exist in practice."
She said, "The children are not aware of their rights in the constitution which have been conferred them. This needs a campaign under work mission to be carried out by the government. The guardians and the parents are awared about the children rights on 'International Children Rights Day'."

The practice of learning during the children's development plays important role. They make mistake which is a normal activity, but the punishment is a wrong step. They become unaware of the mistake; they must be upheld to do any work work with the better ways, but the violence against the children are against the rights of children, said Amit Ambedkar.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

SCIENTISTS PREDICTED; YEAR 2018, YEAR OF EARTHQUAKES

By on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
The scientists have assumed the year 2018 may be the year of earthquake. According to Forbes report, this may be because of that event which reduce the rotatory speed of our earth for a while and restores its uniform motion. The scientists tell that the common people cannot feel it, but its consequences occurs in the glimpse of devastating quake.
The geophysicists are able to measure the milliseconds change in the motion of earth. Now they assume that this retardation in the motion is a big cause of intense earthquake after a certain interval.
A researcher’s team of geophysicists analyzed every earthquake which was intense more than 7 on Recter scale since 1900. They found in study that after interval of every 32 years had been growing in the number of earthquake in the world. This fact wondered them. They deeply investigated it and then they found in the record the growths of earthquakes were during the period when the earth’s rotatory motion had got slow speed. They found that this slow in speed was recorded every 25-30 years after, and recorded earthquake exactly after this event.

The last slow speed of earth in the past had been recorded and the numbers of quake came in the ending or 5th year. The year 2017 is the 4th year of this retardation and this prediction has been assumed that the year 2018th may increase the numbers in earthquake.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Facebook, Twitter, Bing and Google are to show 'Trust Indicator' to fight fake news

By on Saturday, November 18, 2017
 
Facebook, Google and Twitter like reputed companies have been attentive to prevent the propaganda of fake news through social media and internet. they have told that they are now the part of ‘The Trust Project’ against ‘Fake News’.
The operation of trust project has been started by the Sainta Clara University for applied ethics. It has intension of informing about the source of any news on social media. 75 thousand news agencies of America and European countries have supported this project. The American news website ‘theeconomist’ Washington Post, Mirror in Britain, German Press Agencies of Germany is in these said agencies.
According to the report, these agencies will show ‘the trust indicator’ in their news. As this indicator shall be clicked, the readers can be able to know the writer’s detail and source of news. The audience will be able even to know whatever they are reading is an advertisement, is a news, or is the opinion of the writer.
The renowned journalist, Sally Lehman, the director of Centre for Applied Ethics told on Thursday that GOOGLE, FACE  BOOK, Bing and Twiter have agreed upon over the use of indicators or trust indicators. Earliest 'Trust Indicator' will appear beside the 'writes-up' or the news to be uploaded on these platform.
America and Europe are facing heavy criticism for promoting ‘Fake News’. It is assumed that the Russian Agencies had published into the 'news feed and trading section of face book' such news during the American President Election which had played an important role in the winning of Donald Trump.
The matter then came more in limelight in the past days when the 3000 Russian advertisements related information was shared with the American Congress. Face Book has said that it has doubt that the Russian Internet Research Agency had used to maintain the atmosphere in the favour of President Trump’s election.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Union Government tightened rope on profiteering; GST benefits must be in access of people

By on Friday, November 17, 2017
That it is absolutely right felt, 'the government is slashing the rate of GST on many goods and the benefits of it is not accessing up to you'.
The government has also taken it in cognizance after several complaint that the companies are not providing the benefits of GST up to customers, and which is resulting of high rates on goods despite the slashing in tax rates. The government is now going to tight the profiteers behind the GST.
The Union government has approved to constitute an Anti-profiteering Authority on Thursday this week. There will be experts immediately in this group—namely, a chairman and technical members. This government authority will monitor those persons who are usurping the benefits of GST and evading giving its benefits to the customers. The authority will take action against such activities.
The slashed rates on GST have been implemented on many goods 15th November.
The Union Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, said that the government cutting the rate on GST has freed various commodities from the purview of 28% GST and brought it into 5%. The provision has been implemented over the use of common people. The government has signaled by this step that it will keep its promise to make this benefits accessing to the common men.
Incase people felt that the benefits of GST are not being availed; they shall be able to complain to Anti Profiteering Authority. NAA will have an officer in secretary rank for the post of chief, and it will also have four technical members who may be from centre or of state. There will be a standing committee and a screening committee in the states.
If the customers feel that the benefits of GST are not being availed, they can complain it to its state screening committee; but the profiteering case should be in such manner that may have affected to the many people or it may affect the country. this can be complaint to standing committee. The investigation of grievance shall be done by the Director General of Safeguard under CBEC and will submit it to NAA which will take proper action.

If the complaint is found correct by NAA, it can order to reduce the rate; and incase NAA contemplates the matter serious, it can impose the fines. the registration of GST can be cancelled in the most serious type matters.

UPSC and UGC-NET can change its rules

By on Friday, November 17, 2017
The civil service examination conducted by Union Public Commission is going to cut the age limit of candidates. The format of the examination is also going to be changed. According to Rajsthan Patrika has reported that the union government is considering the Basawan committee report. The committee had been assigned the responsibility to review the format of civil service in 2015. The government has submitted its report to the government on 20th March 2017.

The university grant commission is going to change in NET exam after 10 years. A committee has been formed for the purpose. It has been reported that the committee shall submit the change report in the syllabus of all inclusive subjects.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Death blamed starvation in UP too; senior woman dies

By on Thursday, November 16, 2017
Bareilly is a western district of Uttar Pradesh where an old age woman died because of starvation this week. According to the report, the woman succumbed to her hunger. It is a wondering fact that the people are blaming the system failure in this incident.
This is the starvation death that has been reported in UP after the death of Santoshi from Jharkhand last month.
According to the information, the woman was down by illness since last 5 days. The husband of woman in this condition went to collect the ration from the government public distribution provision store. He was allegedly refused the ration. The shopkeeper refused to give the ration in the absence of woman. The shopkeeper said, “The ration shall be given after taking the fingerprint impression.”
It is alleged that the woman’s home began to face the food shortage for not being issued of ration; meanwhile the ill woman dies. The allegation is tossed that the starvation caused her death.
The victim woman’s family is very poor, as told here.

According to the SDM, the deceased woman was Antyoday card holder. He added the matter is being investigated. The new ration cards have been issued under Antyoday scheme which has provision of card holder to be head of senior woman in family. The beneficiaries of this scheme from public distribution shop have been added to the Adhar link.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

International Film Festival of India begins next week in Goa; 'Nude and S Durga' will remain absent

By on Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Ravi Jadhav, the director of film Nude has raised many questions over the removal of S Durga, Malyali film, and Nude, Marathi film in 48th international film festival in Goa to be held. He said, “When the government can protect the film Padmavati, why are such decisions being taken for our films.”
The ministry of Information and Broad Casting without informing to the 13 members jury has removed Malyali film, S Durga and Marathi film, Nude from IFFI. Sujoy Ghosh, the jury head, has resigned after this decision.
Sujoy has directed film like Kahani. Sujoy has expressed his wonder over the decision of ministry I&B. However he has not reacted any comment over the issue where Ravi Jadhav,director of ‘Nude’ and Sanal Shashidharan, director of 'S Durga', have loged their objection over this decision.
Ravi Jadhav has said over this decision, “As the selected movies ‘name wee announced and the name of our films was absent in the list, we got information about this decision from the media. Nude was an opening film of this festival and we all are wonder over the decision, but there has not yet any official information about the removal.”

He said it is absolutely wrong. We fill our form two or three months ago. We were waiting the final list. The cause behind the removal has not been given so far. he said, “that Mr Sujoy Gosh has resigned came to know. I say him 'thanks' for expressing his resentment over the decision taken.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

levels gap in salaries of both -- lower government workers and workers in private sector -- make preference of government job

By on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Lucknow University organised four days symposium on Neo-liberalism, consumerism and culture where Sonalde Desai, University of Marryland, USA, addressed the conference in Lucknow last week. She said in her analysis over the rising demand for reservation.
The past decade has seen rising demands for reservation from a variety of relatively prosperous agricultural communities; namely, Jats, Marathas, Patels, and Gujjars. These demands and underlying frustration have emerged in a decade when the economic narrative tends to focus on high rates of growth and declining poverty.
How do we reconcile these two competing trends? Using data from the National Sample Surveys between 1983 and 2012 we find in this paper which shows that, before the adoption of neoliberal policies, Indian economy was dominated by large and medium farmers who were both numerous and able to earn a reasonable standard of living.
 However, the past decades have faced a decline in their economic power, which has turned once prosperous farmers into subsistence farmers.
 Simultaneously, there has been substantial increase in the incomes of white collar salaried workers and professionals, while job opportunities for white collar work has experienced only a modest growth..

Data from India Human Development Survey show that many agriculture base families find almost all avenues of upward mobility blocked.
Successive pay commissions have created a rising gap between the salaries of lower level government workers and the workers in the private sector – the levels gap of both side have made the preference of government job highly desirable.
However, downsizing of government employment makes this an almost impossible dream. Coveted modern occupations in private sector demand skills and credentials that are beyond the reach of most rural students.
Although educational attainment in rural India has grown, a vast proportion of rural students are attending the institutions that fail to equip them for the modern world.
 Not surprisingly, these blocked mobility aspirations come together into a demand for reservations in government jobs and institutions of higher learning resulting in political mobilization of agricultural communities.

Monday, November 13, 2017

Lucknow university organised four days symposium on Neo-liberalism, consumerism and culture

By on Monday, November 13, 2017
Indian Sociology Council on 4th day in its address disseminated on the subject ‘Neo-liberalism, consumerism and culture’. Prof. Ravi Srivastva, JNU, prof. Sudha Par and Prof. Badri Narain, GB Pant Social Science Institute Allahabad, analyzed in reference to the consumption growth of Neo-liberalism, the deprived caste, the middle class awareness and the politics of backward and Dalits in Uttar Pradesh last two decade.
Prof. Ravi Srivastava analyzed the rate of production, the rate of employment and the rate of consumption, based on caste, religion, area in country and in Uttar Pradesh under Neo-liberal arrangement.

According to the professor, there were industrial production centre in the middle and the eastern UP during the 8th decade, but these industrial zones downsized after the induction of Neo-liberalism. These production centre have shifted to the adjoin areas of national capital fall in UP or in national capital.
The gap between the national production rate and the state production rate widened. The chance of employments in UP after the Neo-liberalism has declined. The educated and non-educated youths are escaping towards other states.
He told that the 20% of rural houses have increased in the circumference of poverty. If let it be seen in the wake of consumption, there is 20% decline in consumption in UP in comparison of national consumption rate in last two decade. There is a big economic disparity in comparison of villages to the city.
Prof Ravi assumes that the consumption level of the scheduled caste and the minorities have improved, which has caused the rise of middle class among them; but the disparity has grown among the groups of Scheduled caste and minorities.
Prof. Sudha Par analyzed the changing politics of Dalits and told that the regional political parties got the power on rising awareness of social justice among the other backward caste and the Dalits during the decade of 90’s; but the most backward and most-Dalit castes could not have been benefitted of Neo-liberal market and society, so they were attracted towards the inclusive agenda of the BJP and the RSS.
These castes which unite against a particular Dalit and a particular other backward race are intending to be more powerful as politically, educationally and economically. The most-Dalit and the most- backward castes because of ‘Maha-Hindu’ identity economic desires had got the BJP's majority reached in last assembly and parliamentary election.
The political unity arose on the inclusive Hindu agenda and rising of middle class among Jats on grassroots level in western UP. The political polarization occurred in the result of strong leadership in eastern UP.

Prof Badri Narain in his analysis told that the marginal-Dalits, Dahariya, Kamar, Kabutari and Sarwan – all joined the BJP in the hope of economic gain after the political ignoring.
According to Prof Badri Narayan, the traditional knowledge of castes is now become a cultural burden.
The 40 marginal Dalit castes of 55 Dalit castes have reached to marginal extent as politically and economically because of market and consumerism.
He assumes that these tribal castes are now the herbs’ gathering labourers for the Ayurvedic Company. The traditional knowledge of herbs used is going to vanish.
According to Prof Narayan, the fashion of ethnic Devi-Devtas in the most-Dalits castes and the most backward castes unlike former anti-religious thinking has now in high practice, which has resulted the intimacy towards the BJP.



Sunday, November 05, 2017

Drugs Smuggling Racket Busted In Delhi;Three Arrested

By on Sunday, November 05, 2017
Delhi police has seized 438 kg high quality drugs. Police special cell has busted an international drugs racket. Three smugglers including one from Myanmar have arrested.
That the drugs smugglers used Delhi as a transit route has been proved again. DCP Pramod KUshwaha told the racket used to send the drugs to Dimapur via train through Courier.
The drugs had been taking from Dimapur and sold in Myanmar. The nexus between a citizen of Myanmar and the Delhi resident, Sumit, was maintained to smuggle the drugs; then they began to buy the drugs, Admarfin, in heavy quantity from Sunil.
Mr. Kushwaha told that the Admarfin is used in rave parties. The drug is carried from Himanchal to Delhi; then it is sent to North-East state. The consumption of this drug is in large scale there. He added the seized drug is worth 50 crore.

Friday, November 03, 2017

British Defence Minister resigns on moral ground

By on Friday, November 03, 2017
Michael Fallon, the British Defense Minister, has resigned from his post. An allegation of sexual exploitation has been capped over him. He has accepted this allegation.
According to media, Fallon, announcing his resignation, has tendered his letter to the Prime Minister, Theresa May.
He has narrated in this letter, “Many allegations against the MPs have been surfaced in the past few days. A few of them are about my past behavior. Many of them are wrong, but I accept that once I didn’t do behavior according my dignity. My behavior was below those standards which we have been implemented over our respected army and its leadership. Therefore I’m going to resign.”
It is noticeable that Fallon had accepted that he had touched his hand over Julia Hartley Brewer’s knee with the malevolent intent. He had apologized for it. However Brewer, herself, has surprised over Fallon’s resignation. It seems me that some more allegations are about to be come out. I have doubt that it’s a result of just my knee touch. And if it is true, it is mere a craziness. I think Fallon was better Defense Minister. I’m sad that the forward member of cabinet has been said good-bye in this way.
The sexual exploitation cases against the MPs and the ministers in Britain are constantly in limelight. Journalist Brewer has confirmed this report. After these reports, the British Prime Minister has emphasised to decide the code and conduct rules of MPs. he accepted Fallon’s resignation and replied: a thanks on ‘high ideology for general code’.


Wednesday, November 01, 2017

NTPC explosion killed 14; more than 100 injured

By on Wednesday, November 01, 2017

A big accident occurred at UPNTPC power plant in Raibarely Unchahar on Wednesday. 14 people have been reported killed and more than 100 charred after the explosion in boiler pipe. It is told that the injured are under treatment. Seeing the injured in big numbers, the ambulance from the local and Raibarely has been called for help. The fire brigades are trying to extinguish the fire and the CISF has siege the plant.
The accident took place in the 6th Unit of 500 Megawatt at NTPC around 4 O’clock on Wednesday evening, according to the locals. More than 200 labourers were on work near this Unit when the accident took place. As the explosion took place, there were severe fires. None was in position to escape when this accident occurred suddenly.
The chief minister, Yogi Adityanath has expressed the grief over the accident.
The home secretary UP has been directed to provide every help in the recue and relief work.
The CM has said to the officer that the injured to be treated on the priority, and the needy to be sent immediately to Lucknow PGI.

The CM has announced to Rs 2 lakh each to next kin of deceased and Rs 50 thousand to the injured, according the CM office.