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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Seventh Pay Commission recommends its report in January 2016

By on Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Seventh Pay Commission recommends its report in January 2016

                According to sources,"The Pay Commission will rich the pay of government employees. It is expected that the constituted 7th pay commission will recommend its report to the government in January 2016."     
           The employees unions from  all categories of services had introduced its demands respectively before the commission. The source said, "How to maintain the balance among the many categories of employees is a big challenge for the chairman of pay commission; but it is evident the employees' pay will hike as there will be a surprise among others." He added,"The commission will benefit the 30 lac central government employees including more than one lac pensioners."
           According to sources the office bearers of federation of employees' unions have requested the hike in the pay in its memorandum, which they were sending to the government. The employees wanted not only hefty hike in the pay, they zest but also post better, their organisations wrote. The source said, "They shall subtend the target it  to maintain the parity in post comparing other departments."
      The source said, "The pay revision on old way will hike the employees' pay rich. The old formula that is three times of the basic salary. Now the commission is to see how to increase it. The chairman of commission is retired Supreme Court judge, Ashok Kumar Mathur and his companions; namely, an economist; two bureaucrats."

Monday, March 30, 2015

Heavy rain! -- paradise lost in Kashmir.

By on Monday, March 30, 2015


Heavy rain! -- paradise lost in Kashmir.

            Silt debris in Kashmir; A glimpse of devastation on Monday.
The government on Monday declared the floods in the state. Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Chief Minister Jammu and Kashmir, visited the flood prone areas. Saeed hoped that the flood situation in the state would overcome. He said the government would try to compensate for the loss of flood-affected people.  
       Nirmal Singh, Deputy Chief of the State Assembly detailed the flood. He said, "The Jhelum river is flowing above the danger mark." The state Chief Minister Syeed added, "Three control rooms for assistance have been opened and we are keeping an eye on the whole situation."

JUH terms RSS 'fascist'-- demands ban on it!

By on Monday, March 30, 2015
JUH terms RSS 'fascist'-- demands ban on it!
During Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind's Ijlas-aam at Rifah-E-Aam Club ground in Lucknow on Saturday.
Fuzail, Lucknow: Jamiat Ulama-Hind, an organisation of Muslim Ulemas andscholars, today demanded ban on RSS, calling it a "fascist" group.
A resolution passed at the Ijlas-e-aam (general body meeting) of the Jamiat, accused the RSS of involvement in the demolition of Babri Masjid.
"India is a democratic country where every citizen has the right to practice the religion of his choice, but there is an effort to take the country away from the path of law and justice to the one of anarchy and fascism.
"Jamiat will launch awareness campaigns in villages and towns to strengthen brotherhood," the resolution said.
Addressing the meeting, Jamiat's president, Maulana Arshad Madni accused the "right wing" forces of spreading hatred in the name of "ghar wapsi" to take political mileage.
"Those, who are creating hatred by talking about 'ghar wapsi' and 'Hindu Rashtra' are presenting a wrong picture of their own religion," he said.
Madni criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he (Modi) could not reply in Parliament on issue of "hate campaign by right wing activists".
Claiming that no other community has made as much sacrifice as Muslims for the independence of the country, Madni warned that it (country) has been divided once on communal lines and could further be fragmented if the fires of communalism were allowed to spread.
Appeals were made in the meeting to end the ills prevailing in the community or else no power on earth will be able to earn respect of Muslims.
In another resolution passed in the meeting in connection with Prevention of Communal Violence Bill, the Jamiat reminded the Uttar Pradesh government its promise of bringing a government order making the administration of a place, where riots take place, legally responsible for it.
Other resolutions reminded the Samajwadi Party government of its "unfulfilled" promise of granting 18 per cent reservation to Muslims and release of innocent Muslims framed in terror cases and alleged that communal forces in connivance with intelligence agencies were hatching a conspiracy to harm Muslim youths.
On the Hashimpura case verdict, Jamiat said it would help the affected families in their legal battles to get justice and called for abolishing the new system of putting the picture of women as head of families in ration cards saying it was not right as per the Shariat. 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Leon's preach on women's liberty

By on Sunday, March 29, 2015

Leon's preach on women's liberty

Actress Sunny Leone says that the abuse of women, by insulting them, make men not a "cool"; but, a monster. Sunny said in a statement," I am not an indian, I have never lived in such culture where the liberty in thought is an abnormal incident." I says to men," if you are the real men who watch over the women's liberty is not right; whether you are from a rural town or from the big city."
Sunny ratifies that the evasive sight, or tight-lipped, for a wrongful doing is an offence.
           Sunny requests,  "The men must protest the wrongful act happening. The tight-lipped is like an accused."  She adds, " you must help them to access to the identical liberty. if you have respect for the women, you will be roaring for their liberties."

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Summer cricket coaching camp begins

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Summer cricket coaching camp begins

Summer cricket coaching trial at Lucknow Christian Degree College ground--Photo by Pranjal
Summer cricket coaching camp begins at Lucknow Christian Degree College ground from 15th April to 30th Jun 2015 . Mr. Pradeep Shukla, Ex-Ranji Trophy Cricketer will provide the technical tips for the new aspirants in camp.

Students Union At LCDC demonstrated against fees hike

By on Saturday, March 28, 2015

Students Union At LCDC demonstrated against increasing fees

Shahid Alam and his office bearers with effigy-- photo by Pranjal
 Lucknow, 27 March 2015: Leaders of students union at Lucknow Christian   Degree College demonstrated against the increasing fees, and burnt effigy of SB Nimse, Vice Chancellor Lucknow University on Thursday
        Mr. Shahid Alam alleges  that the Vice Chancellor will increase fees of students to raise the funds and expense it to his foreign trips.
        Mr. Alam added," we are asking Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh to set up an audit for the such misappropriation in university."

Friday, March 27, 2015

'March for LOVE' held in Jawahar Lal Nehru University.

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 'March for LOVE' held in Jawahar Lal    Nehru University.
PHOTOS: जेएनयू में हुआ 'MARCH FOR LOVE' का आयोजन
New Delhi: 'Satrng 2015 Quieir Film Festival was held at the country's best-known JNU University School of Arts and Aesthetics Auditorium.  The students, who attended here on Sunday, marched  'MARCH FOR LOVE'  by name. The messages displayed on the issued posters was a campaign against restriction imposed on the strength of love and sexuality by Love Jihad and Khap Panchayat etc.
The program was organized at Jawahar Lal Nehru University from March 20 to 22. The Film Festival for sapphic Equality ' by the institution of the last eight years is being held for LBT rights, told the organiser. The festival aim was not only  to make campus sensible on the LGBTIQ issues, but  also to make right-wing reactionary forces in a common struggle against the aim set.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Dhoni's bowlers gathered pressure -- batting order Collapsed!

By on Thursday, March 26, 2015
Dhoni's bowlers gathered pressure --    batting order Collapsed!
M.S. Dhoni is run out
 The pressure was just too much for India in the end. It put a spirited defence of its World Cup title but chasing more than 300 to beat Australia in Thursday's semi-final was a task even beyond it
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India's inspiring captain who led his country to an unforgettable World Cup win four years ago, led his team from the front again.
Australia 7/328 ;India 10/233
He top scored for his team with a run-a-ball 65 but it was all in vain as the Indians collapsed to be all out for 233 in the 47th over, chasing Australia's daunting 7 for 328.

"They (Australia) played very good cricket, over 300 is always a difficult score," Dhoni said at the post-match presentation.
"I felt it was just over par, they could have had 350."
India got off to a good start in the reply at the Sydney Cricket Ground with the openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan putting on 76 in the first 13 overs but when Dhawan fell for 45, the wickets started to tumble.
"We started okay but they bowled well. But overall, quite happy with where we were at the start of the tournament," Dhoni said.
"Shikhar's dismissal was on the softer side because that was the time when we could have milked the Australian bowling.
"It was not really needed to play a big shot but overall there's pressure chasing 320 runs and pressure makes you do things you don't want to."
Dhoni quit his job as India's Test captain during the series against Australia but said he had no plans of quitting the limited-overs team in the immediate future.
He said he was undecided about playing on to the 2019 World Cup but had his eyes on next year's Twenty20 World Cup being hosted by India.
"I'm 33, I'm still running, still fit. Next year, T20 World Cup, will be time to decide about 2019."


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Youth in India

By on Thursday, March 26, 2015


Youth in India

India is a diverse nation with the world’s largest youth population. The above statement indicates that India as a country is a pool of vast unharnessed talent that has a lot of potential to be a great and brave country that it can be and is expected of it. But it is not, because potential is a waste if not converted into kinetic.

Despite being a youthful country, India is also a lazy country and the people are also not a big fan of taking risk or exploring new boundaries. We like our comfort zone and don’t want to come out of it.

This leads to under performance and a dreadful plague of hero worship. When a man sets a goal he strives to achieve it at any cost, the goals are the manifestation of his capabilities, if the goals which he set are not worth his capacities then he can never unleash his true potential.

 Those who set goals higher than they can achieve are considered superior in the society and the generation follows them and it is easy to praise the leader than to counter or compete against him.

Competition is beneficial for every human being especially for the youth as it gives a chance to improve oneself and bring out the best in every person participating in the competition. But instead we tend to settle for something inferior and would gladly walk on the old rotten road that our ancestors had built for us.

There is a lack of opportunities in India and a significant percentage of youth is either unemployed or under employed. The reason being that most people don’t want explore new career options but would gladly choose a stereotypical course that is already overflowing with number of job applicants.

But there is always government to blame for not creating enough job opportunities or for not investing enough in educational infrastructure. After all, this the only reason to form a government in democracy. The people of the nation appoint or few people to take the collective responsibility of  the failures its citizens face.

India has vast amount of resources, Young power and the experience of being the oldest living civilization in the world, yet as a nation we are just an underdeveloped nation where poverty is the king and empty stomachs roar at midnight. 

The only thing that is stopping this nation from becoming great is laziness and fear of trying new things and atlast we should remember what Robert Frost said “ two roads diverged into yellow wood and I chose the one less traveled by..”
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Sunny Leon's upcoming film Ek Paheli Leela

By on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Bolywood: Sunny Leon's upcoming film Ek Paheli Leela 

Sunny Leon in a pond at Rajsthan fetching water and pouring it during a shooting of her upcoming film Ek Paheli Leela as her senior Bollywood actress Zeenat Amman-- in Satyam Shivam  Sundram.

Separatist Leader hoisted Pakistani flag --booked!

By on Wednesday, March 25, 2015
 Separatist Leader hoisted Pakistani flag-- booked!  
Separatist leader Asiya Andrabi booked under UAPA for allegedly hoisting Pakistani flag
Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi
                     Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi was on Wednesday booked under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act for allegedly hoisting Pakistani flag on the neighbouring country's national day on Monday."A case has been registered against Andrabi at Nowhatta Police station under Section 13 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act," a police officer said.He said investigations have started into the alleged hoisting of Pakistani flag by the separatist leader on Monday."Further action in the case will be taken as per rules," the officer said when asked if the firebrand separatist leader will be arrested.A controversy erupted following media reports claiming that Andrabi had hoisted flag of Pakistan and sung its national anthem on 23 March.


By on Wednesday, March 25, 2015
In bowling, India doesn’t have the top wicket-taker or the bowler with the best economy rate, best average or most maidens, and so on. India’s most prolific bowler at this World Cup is Mohammad Shami, with 14 wickets. That puts him third behind Australia’s Mitchell Starc (16) and New Zealand’s Trent Boult (15).

              A telling record, though, is that India is the only team to have bowled out the opposition in every match. That is encouraging for the defending champion, particularly given there have long been concerns about India’s attack, and that modern cricket favors batsmen over bowlers.

            Stats don’t tell the whole story. For example, India knocked the United Arab Emirates over for just 102 runs and then reached that total in 18.5 overs. If India had batted first, it would have no doubt scored a huge total, pushing more of its players up the individual batting charts. Australia batted first against Afghanistan in Perth and achieved a World Cup record score of 417. Then again, Australia’s match against Bangladesh in Brisbane was rained-off (or, more accurately, cycloned-off), so the players missed out on more runs and wickets there. That makes Starc’s total even more impressive.New Zealand’s crushing victories over teams like England caught the eye, while India has been more quietly cruising along.

           Nonetheless, all of its wins have looked comfortable. When batting second, India has won by six wickets, eight wickets, four wickets and nine wickets. A close game would generally be a win by one or two wickets. When batting first, as it did in its opening two matches, India won by 130 runs and 76 runs, which is again comfortable.India may not have players at the top of the individual charts, but that in no way means the reigning champion isn’t looking mighty strong heading into the knockout phase

Supreme Court of India Struck Down Abuse Section 66A

By on Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Struck Down Abuse Section 66A: Supreme Court of India Takes Freedom Of  Speech To The Net
Section 66A: sending offensive messages... by means of computer... shall be punishable imprisonment... to 3 years and with fine

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Flight 4U9525 crashes in French Alps:144 passengers and six crew killed

By on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Plane crashes in French Alps

: 144 passengers and six crew killed

144 passengers and six crew all feared dead after Germanwings Airbus Flight 4U9525 crashes in French Alps en route from Spain to Germany

New Zealand Won Its Dream For Sir Richard Hadlee

By on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

New Zealand Won Its Dream For Sir Richard Hadlee

redressed from cramps, dripping up a chance to  kiwis'  psychological pressure

Grant Elliott after winning match with a fraternity hand

Follower awakening campaign for Hindu nation

By on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Follower awakening campaign for Hindu nation

   LUCKNOW, 23rd March 2015:The leaders of .All India Hindu Mahasabha U.P on Monday began a compaign to aware the people to make India a Hindu nation. Ms. Rita Rai, office bearer (north India) of Mahasabha, appointed the various members as a district president; namely, Bajrang Sonkar ,for Lucknow; Bhujbal Singh, for Jhansi ; Kaushal Kumar Dubedi, for Unnao; and Raghuvendr Mishra , for Azamgarh.
                Mr. Bajrang Sonkar addressed the public meeting in a common hall at Darulshafa. He said, "It is an opportunity for us that we are to serve the social work to Hindu Mahasabha under the leadership of Ms. Rita Rai, so we shall perform the duty assigned to make a Hindu nation." He further added,  "Donate our every drop of the blood to the Hindu nation to maintain the responsibility of our posts. we must have a dedicated, disciplined  social worker for the Hindu Mahasabha."

Monday, March 23, 2015


By on Monday, March 23, 2015

Aim of life 
 "The aim of life is no more to control mind, but to develop it harmoniously, not to achieve salvation here after, but to make the best use of it here below, and not to realise truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in-the actual experience of daily life; social progress depends not upon the ennoblement of the few but on the enrichment democracy or universal brotherhod can be achieved only when there is an equality of opportunity of opportunity in the social, political and individual life." (Page 124 of Jail notebook)


By on Monday, March 23, 2015

The stage players perform the act at 1090 end Narima Derive Gomtinagar-- photo by MOHD. FUZAIL
         Pranjal Arts and Development Society celebrated its 6th anniversary, performing a stage play at Nariman Drive End 1090, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow on Saturday evening. The theme of play was 'that the girls must maintain their prowess and boldness, nothing else can be done by the system changing'. If the self changes, there will be a change into thinking. The play organised by A.M.Abhishek, Sonam, Shriniwas, Gaurav, Anand, Dharam  Singh, Mohd. Fazzy and Harshit Tiwary. 

Sunday, March 22, 2015


By on Sunday, March 22, 2015

Relatives and the next kin of deceased-- photo by PTI
         Kolkata , 21 March 2015: Atul Prasad Let, 40, consumed pesticide at Bishnubati village, another Bijoy Hansda ,38, also took the extreme step at Shivrampore Friday night. Both died in the Burdwan Medical College Hospital Saturday morning.

         Ratan Shanr, 35, potato farmer, consumed pesticide at his home at Sasanga village in Khandagosh area of the district Burdwan in west Bengal on march 18.
          Police said that the farmers allegedly committed suicide was suffering from financial crisis died at Burdwan medical college Hospital on Friday morning. The deceased Ratan's brother said that the farmer had mortgage his wife's ornaments to arrange for a private loan of Rs  60'000.
         Potatoes production in the state was in excess of 110 lakhs ton and up by around 15% over last year. It was due to higher acreage and conducive climate. As the prices of potatoes remained very low,  he was depressed and took the extreme step.  The potatoes suffered the low  demand from the other states, which slumped in prices of the production cost of Rs 450 to the Rs 150 a bag.
        The police said, "The potatoes farmers toll rises to five and Atul Prasad is the fifth of the victims of  such depression".

       The government has created a Rs 10 crore corpus for transport subsidy for potato farmers for exporting tuber by both ships and railway rakes besides, procuring it from farmers at Rs 5 a Kg for direct retailing in 20-odd state-owned sufal stores in and around the city at Rs. 7 per Kg.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Janta Express derailed near Bachhrawan railway station: 24 passangers dead, 200 injured

By on Friday, March 20, 2015

Janta Express derailed near Bachhrawan railway station: 24 passangers dead, 200 injured
A glimpse of accident spot-- photo by Vivek Singh Chauhan
       Bacchrawan, 20 March 2015: Varanasi bound Janta Express, running from Dehradun, derailed at 9:30 a.m. on Friday morning near Bachhrawan railway station under district Raibareli in Uttar Pradesh .
          24 people died on the spot, while more than 200 passengers were injured. The rescue operation is being carried out on the accident spot.
Mr. Manoj Sinha, State Minister for railway, is to arrive to assess the damage by the accident. He has extended the order to probe the cause of accident, and the helpline telephone numbers have been issued for the close ones and the relatives of the victims. Mr.Sinha said, "The needful assistance has been sent to the place". He added, "If  anymore information reach here, I shall share it with you".
            The medical  and rescue team has been sent to the place to provide the help after the incident. An official, the district administration,  told that the 15 dead bodies from the damage compartment has been out, many of them are inside it.
   The injured passengers are being treated at the first aid center at Bachhrawan, Raibareli hospital and Lucknow Hospital. 
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Varanasi- 0542-2503814
Pratapgarh- 0534-2223830
Raibareli- 0535-05352211224

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Indian Student at University of California found dead in her apartment

By on Thursday, March 19, 2015
 Indian Student at University of California found dead in her apartment   
   PTI/Los Angeles  : A dental student from India, Randhir Kaur,  a 37-year-old was shot to death at her San Francisco Bay Area apartment hours after attending services at a Sikh temple.

Photo:Randhir Kaur.
The body of Randhir Kaur was found dead in her apartment in Kains Avenue on March 8 by her cousin after UC San Francisco officials became concerned about her well-being.
            Kaur was a student at the University of California, San Fransisco. She had enrolled in International Dentist Programme.
            Investigators seeking tips from the public said on Sunday that they believed Kaur was accosted and shot sometime after arriving home. She had spent the afternoon at a Sikh temple and had planned to spend that evening study
She was shot once in the head inside her apartment after she arrived home the evening of March 8.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Muallim-e-Urdu Association started indefinite Dharna

By on Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Muallim-e-Urdu Association started indefinite Dharna

Muallim-e- Urdu Association started their indefinite Dharna  (Musalsal Dharna- v- Muzahira)-Photo by Priya Bhatt.

         Members of Uttar Pradesh Muallim-e- Urdu Association started their indefinite Dharna on Tuesday at Laxman Mela Maidan. President of association, Irshad Rabbani, alleged that the state government of Uttar Pradesh under special recruitment derive had advertised for the posts of 4280 Muallim. The government, after the three counseling, restrained the appointments; invited the applications again. It  burdened  over the candidates the  extra charges.
            The government official  told to the office bearer that the court case against the recruitment has been in pending  paused the appointment. Nusarat Islahi told, "neither any court case was filed against the T.E.T. eligible candidates, nor there has been  any ban on the recruitment derive for Muallim". He added that the government must have  consideration of the public interest, has no other options of livelihood.

Federation of Ministerial Service Associations Uttar Pradesh staged dharna

By on Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Federation of Ministerial Service Associations Uttar Pradesh staged dharna 
State wide leaders of departmental associations participated in dharna- photo by Kshitiz Kant
Federation of Ministerial Service Associations Uttar Pradesh over completion of three years of state government staged a dharna on Tuesday at Laxman Mela Park Lucknow and reviewed the government's working tenure with its state associations.
Mr. Lalan Pandey, Co-coordinator of federation, said that the state government had accepted the recommended report of 6th pay commission in center and declared publicly to implement it.
The existing state government failed to remove the anomaly of employees' pay and refused to declare the allowances.
The new pension scheme for the employee in other states has not been implemented, while the government of Uttar Pradesh introduced the scheme defying the state employees.
Mr.Kamlesh Misra, president of federation, said the state government has increased in remuneration  of secretariat employees who are working for them. Meanwhile the pay of employees working in field engaged in public interest  has been slashed.
The government forbidden the request to solve through bilateral talks.The state employees will participate in candle march on 28th April 2015.

State Government stopped payments of Mill Labourers.

By on Wednesday, March 18, 2015
         State Government stopped payments of Mill Labourers.
Spinning Mill retrenched Labourers staging dharna at river bank of Gomti( Laxman Mela Maidan)-photo by Kshitiz Kant.
                Lucknow, 17TH March2015:  Uttar Pradesh Sahkari Katai Mill Samyukta Sangharsh Morcha staged dharna  on Tuesday at Laxman Mela Park Lucknow.The state president of morcha, Sriram Singh,said that in the year 2000 the six spinning mill and in 2010, the five spinning mill were closed without any payment of wages and provident funds.
        The government paid us merely under the voluntary retirement scheme. The office bearers and the managing director and the chief secretary  trio have discussed many rounds on the issue.
         He added that they assured us only, but they have not kept their promise to pay the outstanding dues of wages and funds.
         He  further added Etawa spinning mill was sold out but the dues of wages and funds did not transfer so far to the bank account of employees.