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Monday, October 21, 2019

Haryana voting turnout is highest where UP is recorded lowest.

By on Monday, October 21, 2019

The voting in Haryana and Maharastra Assembly poll is going on. Prime Minister Modi has appealed the people to participate to franchise their votes in large number PM has said that there are many states where bypoll is also going on so the people make this democratic festival successful by franchising their vote in large number. 
1169 candidates are in fray for the 90 assembly constituencies of Haryana where 1064 are males and 104, women and 1 of them are transgender candidate.
1,82,82,570 voters of Haryana shall decide the fate of these candidates of Haryana where 97.7 lakh males and 85 lakh females; moreover 724 Non Resident Indian and 1.07 Lakh service voters have franchise their votes.
In Maharastra 3237 candidates are in fray for the 288 assembly constituencies where 3001 are males, 235 females including 1400 independent candidates. 
There are 8,97,22,019 voters are franchising their votes in the state; of these 4.68 crore males and 4.28 crore females. 2,634 transgender voters are voting for the fate of the candidates. 

According to report the influence of PM Modi's appeal has been seen in Haryana where 61% voters franchised their votes; in Maharastra the voting turnout was 55%; but in UP bypoll it was 27%. 

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Murder of HSP leader shaked people in state capital of UP

By on Sunday, October 20, 2019

Two unidentified assailants brutally murdered a national president of Hindu Samaj Party in day light at the party office in Lucknow.
Mr. Kamlesh Tiwari, 35, was attacked when the disguised themselves as two party workers came to meet with him on Friday afternoon this week.
 The party office is run by in his residential building at Khurshed Bagh area under Naka Police Station. In the presence of his kin inside residence Mr. Tiwari was on discussion with some familiar men, unknown to the family at the hour of murder, meanwhile the talk on her wife was making tea for these person; and another attendant boy who was there was sent for buying a cigarette, but the boy returned shortly with.
This assailants submissively said Mr. Tiwari for cigarette, but he denied and asked he would like chewing Pan Masala.
One of them again said to bring Paan Masala and gave Rs100 to the boy for this purpose.
The boy followed through the instruction and as he returned he found that Mr Tiwari was lying on the ground in a pool of blood. The shocked boy screamed and call for help and then rushed Mr. Tiwari to KGMU but he was declared brought dead when he was carried to the trauma center with the help of his kin.
8 stabbing bore marks on the body, one on throat slit, and one embedded bullet-- all tell the story of this gruesome murder in the state capital of Uttar Pradesh.
The motive behind this murder is still unexplained and the police is constantly combing all the nearby CCTV footage.
According to report, two assailants after executing the murder fled from the crime scene at Khurshedbagh residence where his party office is situated. The UP DGP, OPSingh said the murderers were with Mr Tiwari more than 30 minutes. He said it looks that some well familiar have executed this incident. The statement came after investigating through CCTV footage.
SSP Lucknow, Kalanidhi Naithani told the correspondent that 10 teams had been deployed to nab the accused and unearth this murder mystery. He said it appears that this incident is the consequence of personal enmity. The weapon has been recovered from the spot. The resented people overcrowded there after spreading the message of murder. The shops have been shut down in the wake local tension.

Mr Kamlesh Tiwari was the member of Hindu Maha Sabha. He came in limelight as he had given controversial statement against Paigamber Mohammad. The statement created a big annoyance among the Muslim sect after that he had been arrested however he was out on bail.
The demography of the area is diverse where Aminabad Bazaar is one of oldest market centers in the city of Lucknow along with Chowk, Nakhas and Hazratganj. Presently, it is famous for traders and shops involved in both wholesale and retain commerce. Khurshed Bagh is the adjoining area of Aminabad. Aminabad has been a business center for traders, merchants, craftsmen and artists since the 18th century.
Mr Tiwari’s involvement for promoting Hindu Samaj Party and domineering in local area may also be one of causes to this aftermath. While sources told that he was not involved in any unlawful activities in the area except advocacy for Hinduism.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Dr Manmohan Singh: Don't accuse -- evaluate cause of economy slowdown!

By on Saturday, October 19, 2019
The former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh has reacted over the statement of Nirmala Sita Raman, Union Finance Minister who had accused Dr Singh for present Banking crises.
The present government has a whim of accusing the oppositions on every problem. Dr Manmohan Singh said, “ I saw the statement of finance minister Nirmala Sita Raman just now, I am not to react over the statement, but I shall say mere before to treat the ailing economy it must  be well known what are the disease and what are the reasons? The government has a whim of accusing the opposition; consequently it is not able to find the remedy of reving up.”
The statement of FM, Nirmala Sitaraman, that the most worsen condition of nationalized banks of India was during the regime of PM Manmohan Singh and the RBI governor Raghuram Rajan. She said it in an address to a programme of Columbia University in USA. She was to say that her priority is to save today every nationalized banks. She was to say, “ the loans were sanctioned on politicians’ phonecall during the tenure of Raguram Rajan, as governor of RBI.” According to FM, the capital are being allocate now to the banks to overcome from the damages occurred.
The Goldman max, global company, working for investment management said that the present economic crises in India are bigger than the crises during 2008. The company has reduced the economic growth rate to 6% this financial year. The company says that the reasons of present crises are the declining in the consumption.
The chief economist to Wall Street of Goldman max, Prachi Mishra, said in Mumbai, “ the consumption declining in india has begun in January 2018. The continueously export and the investment in the Indian economy have been slumping for the long time, but the decling consumption is a new cause to worry.” She adds that Many of the experts are assuming that such declining in consumption is due to the crises of NBFCG, but NBFCG crises had started in August 2018 with the matter of IL&FS, and the consumption declining had begun to decline much earlier of this incident.'
She has also said that the consumption declining has reduced one third of gross growth  and the sluggishness in present economy has been going on last 20 months back. She looks it a big challenge than the demonetization and the financial crises of 2008 which were for the short term. However Prachi Mishra has expressed her hope of economic growth in second half yearly. She has told its reason is the cheap monetary policy of RBI.
The statement of most prestigious agency of world has come at the time when the India’s growth rate of 6 year in the qarter of june has come to the lowest 5%. Moreover the RBI has reduced economic growth rate to 6.1% for FY 2019-20. The international Monetary Fund and World Bank have also reduced the economic growth rate of India. The Indian economy got a recession in 2008, but the reason behind it were  assumed global. The economy got a speed earliest in 2008, but the present economic sluggishness has been maintained for the past 2 years and although there are no indications to get rid of this crises

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Bones of enemy of China shall be smashed:Xi Jinping

By on Thursday, October 17, 2019

‘The bones of those who are to divide China shall be smashed’ is the statement of Xi Jinping’s warning when he was on visit to Nepal.
On talk with the Nepalese leaders this week he said if anyone of the China does the guidance of freedom, he shall be quelled. He was to say, “any outside power approves such efforts, that country in the sight of china shall be looked like fell into daylight dreaming mere.’
The some Tibet's resident of Nepal were protesting during Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal. They were demanding the liberation of Tibet. Moreover there is a big agitation on high for the democratic reforms nowadays in autonomous province Hongkong. The statement of Chinese president is seen correlated to these incidents. The Nepal said that Tibet is an internal issue of China. It assured Xi Jinping that it would not get any such anti Chinese activities run from the earth of Nepal.
Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal agreed on many bilateral issues between both countries. There is one to lay rail line up to Kathmandu where China shall prepare many projects related to the basic infrastructure in Nepal. Nepal is now intending to reduce its dependency over India by this treaty with China.  Nepal has accepted the ambitious scheme of China – one belt one road while India is opposing it.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Peaceful Kashmir attacked by grenade -- injured five!

By on Sunday, October 13, 2019
The five people injured in grenade a Saturday attack at an area in Srinagar, state capital of J&K. the attack took in a high security zone near Lal Chowk Sri Nagar.
According to police, it was a terrorist attack when grenade was hurled over and exploded in the noon at Hari Singh High street market away short distance from City Centre Lal Chowk. Five of the people were injured and the windows were shattered of a car parked in the intense explosion range.
 The injured were rushed to the nearby hospital. The most markets were remained shut down while that the street vendors (Rehadi) had been on their selling resulted a presence of people there which trapped them in this grenade attack.
The 14 people had been injured on 5th October when the militant grenade attack was done outside the deputy commissioner office. 14 people including traffic policeman and a journalist were injured. The intelligence input says that more attacks may be executed such same pattern in the overcrowded areas of the other districts

Sunday, October 06, 2019

NSUI demands stern action against Chinmayanand

By on Sunday, October 06, 2019

National Student Union of India UP central zone organized a mass signature campaign taking the demand for releasing the victim, for the stern action under section 376 against former Union Home Minister for state and the BJP senior leader, Chinmayanand  at Lalbagh crosssection Lucknow this week.

The NSUI is carrying out this campaign in protest against the arrest of rape victim girl, resident of Shahjahanpur, and the BJP MP, Chinmayanand, is the accused in this connection. Aditya Chaudhari, spokesperson to NSUI, leading this campaign with mass of students.

Saturday, October 05, 2019

You can kill a person; you can not kill a Gandhi

By on Saturday, October 05, 2019

Why is, if some foreigner comes to India, he is brought to Rajghat, not to Birla Bhawan where Mahatma Gandhi had passed his last days and was killed by a maniac man?
The answer is that in modern India, Rajghat is a such symbol of peace that has no face of past while Birla Bhawan forces us to gaze with the history struggle of freedom fighting which have the Gandhi’s killing. This is a question today why Gandhi had been killed?
Gandhi was killed because the communal forces for the religious purpose afraid of him.  The forces of making radical statue of Bharat Mata, the divisive forces on the basis of communal identification of nationalism concept -- all remained always bothered. Gandhi, by disobeying to the rituals of religion, searched the meaning... and some in such manner that the religious approach could be followed and that meaning could be followed too... and that politics could stand to what could make new country and new society.
Gandhi’s religious approach was phobia free; his hindutva, remained always undoubtful. He always saved symbol Rama and Gita from the clutch of communal forces and gave him new and humanitarian meaning; his god never rely on untouchability, but it penalised those forces as a face of earthquack, who relied on it. Ahead of this regious approach, the living forces on the name religion and  the rioting communal forces on the name of Nation -- all got themselves frustrated.  Godse, a man, was a symbol of frustration, who had killed a religious Gandhi, not secular Nehru nor communal Zinnah.
But in all respect Gandhi never die – it is rooted verse which is told in the support of every thought while in recent we look at we find that the world today learn much more from Gandhi. How much he might have been conventional, he has been proved much of post-modern. He constructs vowel of faith against arguementism in our century. The issues of our time seem conceived in the womb of his concept. Whether it is the issue of humanright, or of the cultural plurality or of invironment – all look like tied with the cotton string created from Gandhi’s wheel.
Gandhi writes an ideal sentence against the bottomless consumption: this earth can fulfill the need of all, but it is small prey before a greedy fellow. His concept of Gram Swarajya against the globlisation seems an option of lonely political-economic instead of own limits. It is a twinkling of humanity infront the dazzling light of market where we can identify our gentle values.


By on Saturday, October 05, 2019

Five years ago, when Indian Prime Minister launched the ambitious Swachh Bharat (Clean India) campaign, he had announced October 2, 2019, as the day country will be free of open defecation free (ODF)
 He said on 2.10.2019 in Ahmadabad that In 60 months, 600 million people have been given access to toilets, more than 110 million toilets have been built.
The whole world is amazed to hear this. In the month of September 2019, two Dalit (former untouchables) children - Roshni Valmiki, 12, and her 10-year-old nephew, Avinash were beaten to death in a village in central India's Madhya Pradesh state for defecating in the open. Avinash's father Manoj Valmiki told Al Jazeera they lived in a small hut without a toilet.
Ironically, their village was declared ODF by the government in April last year. Open defecation refers to the practice whereby people defecate in fields, bushes, forests, open bodies of water or other open spaces rather than using a toilet.
More than 300 million Indians are still defecating in the open in 2018, according to the World Bank. Experts said that while the construction of toilets has increased, lack of water, poor maintenance stood in the way of ending the practice.
The Research Institute for Compassionate Economics (RICE) surveyed 3,235 households in four north Indian states in 2014 and 2018. Their research, released in January 2019 this year, found that open defecation had reduced by 26 percent since Clean India was launched and access to household toilets increased from 37 percent in 2014 to 71 percent in 2018.
However, the study found that 23 percent of people who owned a toilet continued to defecate in the open, including in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh states, which have been declared ODF.
This government is working only to create headlines. The government should provide the facility to every household and we support the government in that. But to claim that everybody has got a toilet and nobody is going in the open is completely a bogus statement.
Now the question remains to be answered whether rural India is really open defecation-free? The Swachh Bharat Mission website claims with some caveats that the country has achieved 100% coverage of latrine ownership.
If this was the definition of being open defecation-free, then, again with some caveats, India can be declared so.
 Ten months ago, a survey was conducted by a team and they revisited the families who were interviewed in a 2014 survey in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and MP and it found that between 2014 and the end of 2018, latrine ownership in the region had increased by 34 percentage points.
Yet, even in States that had already been declared open defecation-free, the actual coverage was far below 100%. Although the percentage of people defecating in the open declined by 26 percentage points, close to half still reported to be relieving themselves in the open.
And sadly, the programme barely managed to bring any change in the behavior of latrine owners. Like in 2014, about a quarter of people who own a functional latrine continued to defecate in the open. Overall, the study found that 44% of people in these four States defecated in the open.
These facts are unlikely to have radically changed in only 10 months. We have many questions but the most important remains to be answered that why don’t we have a sanitation policy that will address the remaining who openly defecate?
For those who care about India’s abandoned toilets and stunted health outcomes, this is an important question. In the past five years, the Indian government has built 100 million toilets. This implies that it constructed 38 toilets every minute that had passed since the Swachh Bharat Mission was launched. With a country as large as India, this is a big achievement. But another important question to ask here is: how was this achieved?
In this case we find that building toilets is only the first and perhaps the easiest but step towards attaining a ‘clean India’ status. It cannot be seen as the ultimate yardstick of success. What happens to the immense amounts of solid and liquid waste that these millions of new toilets would generate? If human excreta are not handled carefully safely disposed of or reused it will add to our health burden and negate all the work done to build the toilets.
Let us see how monumental the problem would be: 1, 00,000 tonne of excreta every day produced by 720 million people using 144 million household toilets just to give a sense of scale, more than 5,200 trucks would be needed every day to transport this amount of excreta!
CSE has based this estimate on the standard calculation that on an average, an individual produces 128 gram of excreta every day. This could turn out to be a far bigger problem than that of open defecation. If not managed properly, the mind-boggling amounts of waste that these toilets will spew forth close to people’s homes can severely contaminate the land and water sources.
What compounds the problem is the manner in which the entire process of making villages ODF has been carried out. To declare India’s 0.6 million villages ODF, the Census 2011 involved 2.7 million officials, ostensibly working in collaboration with 3.6 million village residents. However, the rush to achieve targets has led to false claims. The analysis quotes the reports of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India on Gujarat and Uttarakhand, which have exposed cases of fudging of data. Poorly designed and built, many of these toilets have added to the burden.
For instance, in those built in flood-prone areas, the stored faeces pose a major pollution and health hazard during monsoons. The high density of pit latrines and poorly made and maintained septic tanks can render the shallow aquifer water unfit for drinking because of nitrate and bacterial contamination.

Friday, October 04, 2019

UP Commercial Tax employees staging dharna for restructuring their cadre

By on Friday, October 04, 2019

Statistical Employees Association of UP Commercial tax department expressed their grudge in a meeting over the non-implementing of cadre review on Monday this week.
The Association called a meeting in protest against over the apathy of higher official of the department to implement the recommendation report of IIM.
Mr Yatendra Singh, the state president, said, "Still the statistical employees in the department are holding the same post on as they had been appointed and had joined. the prospect of avenues as an statistical employees are going to a dead end. There are no promotion avenues in this department for this ex-cadre post. anyhow a committee to review the restructuring to add this post into promotion channel had been constituted under the IIM, and asked to make a recommendation for this purpose, IIM was paid 69 lakh, but grudgingly I am to say that the higher officials' attitude in this connection look reluctant to send it to the policy makers, which has caused here a resentment among the employees of this cadre."
Mr Ravindra Kumar, general secretary, said, “ we have given a memorandom to the commissioner Commercial trade tax, and hope it she shall take it affirmatively in the favour of these employees.”
He added that if our memorandom is not considered as we have requested, we all shall be bound to go on agitation.
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