Monday, 5 August 2013

Congress may give up support for Durga shakti

The gist of Samajwadi Party's stand on Monday as reports said has categorically ruled out support to the Center's ambitious bill in its present form.

Also on Durga Sakti's suspension  SP has opined that there are many IAS and IPS officers who have been suspended or transferred in the past and this comes within the rights of the state government and which cannot be made into a topic of debate.

Ruling out to support Food Bill by SP leaders perhaps as Congress leader Mrs Sonia Gandhi in her letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked the Center to ensure Nagpal is not "unfairly treated"

As suspension of Durga Shakti  and in addition Mrs.Gandhi's letter to PM for justified action has put UP Govt. on back foot very much recently.The SP, which provides crucial outside support to the UPA, has 22 members in the Lok Sabha and its backing is vital for the passage of the bill.

SP,however, ruled out that the party's stand on the food bill had anything to do with Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's letter on suspension of Nagpal by the Uttar Pradesh government. However, it is apprehended that Congress to please their close aide SP may give up  support to Durga Shakti.

Saturday, 3 August 2013

Real time demand raised on IAS Durga Shakti

A real time demand has been raised by the writer of the article "IAS Durga Shakti Nagpal should be rewarded" on Tuffer Latest.Where by article writer has written "Mrs. Gandhi has truly said that affected IAS should be protected.

This IAS tried to act against sand mafias of UP which was not being tolerated by the young chief minister of UP and resultant suspension took place.If acting against social evils by a civil officer could not be rewarded, imposing punishment vindictively shows the weakness of UP CM towards Mafias.

Also,people's thinking of a young politician can do good for the country has been nullified through the recent activities of UP CM in Durga Shakti's case." You may read this real time article @   Tuffer.Org

Friday, 26 July 2013

How long Congress leaders will continue insulting women of the country?

On Friday 26 July 2013,Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh has made a sexist remark against Congress MP from Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh, Meenakshi Natarajan a ‘100% tunch maal’.

According to news agencies, while addressing a gathering in Mandsaur, Digvijay Singh passed the said insulting remark.Singh is not the only Congress leader who has made insulting remarks against women.

Party MP from Mumbai Sanjay Nirupam had triggered a huge storm after he made derogatory remarks against popular TV actress-turned-BJP MP Smriti Irani.

Although Digvijay belong to such a party ,top boss of which is also a lady.Moreover,Natarajan is very close to Rahul and Sonia as disclosed by Digvijay Singh in the said meeting.

It seems that most of the Congress leaders love to insult women. From ancient time Indian people used to pay highest respect to women and such activities of Congress leaders may break the equilibrium of a very old custom and culture of Indian society.

These Congress leaders should go through the Indian history and  learn how to pay respect to women. As India is the country where Gargi and Maitreyee like women took birth.
 

Monday, 22 July 2013

Beat CPM cadres with shoes : says Trinamool Congress MP

TMC MP Mr. Tapas Pal on Thursday asked party activists to “beat up CPM workers with shoes”.
Trinamool Congress MP from Krishnagar Tapas Pal said during a rally at Tehatta in Nadia district, “I am Tapas Pal. I am a member of Parliament. I am basically a soldier of the Trinamool Congress. Become soldiers of the Trinamool Congress. Beat up CPM cadres with shoes the moment you find them.”

This call was given a day after a Trinamool district president allegedly asked partymen to attack police with bombs and burn houses of independent candidates.

Taking cognizance of the incidents, the state election commission has sought a report from the Birbhum district magistrate and SP on the comments made by Anubrata Mondal, the Trinamool district president.
“We have asked the DM and SP of Birbhum district to submit a report on the Anubrata Mondal’s purported remarks,” State election commissioner Mira Pandey said,reported news agencies.[From Tuffer, Posted on .]

HRD has woke up : Committee to monitor Midday Meal

Human Resource Development of India has woke up from sleep after the death of 22 school children in Bihar, who took Mid-day-meal.
The pilot of the MDM scheme being HRD has decided to set a committee for better monitoring and to review the implementation of the scheme reported by the media.
Although, this is too late as India has lost it’s 22 children due to the bad governance of the concerned. HRD ministry has claimed today that it had alerted 12 Bihar districts after shortcomings were found in executing the scheme.
Blaming others to hide own shortcomings is an favorite art among Ministers in India. Saying sorry for the situation is not enough on the part of HRD.Who take Mid Day Meal? Definitely a son or daughter of a poor class,not a son or daughter of a Minister.
Late than never,as HRD minister said “We have decided to form another committee which will look into the qualitative aspect of implementation of the programme, the quality of the food that is supplied, the effectiveness of the supply chain and the hygiene of the place where it is cooked”[From Tuffer, Posted on .]

Who will take the bull by the horn?

Promising of free bees before and during elections now a days making good for political parties of India. The 20 kg rice scheme in Tamil Nadu is one such election promise made good by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, recently.
Although,news agencies reported today that the “Supreme Court today asked the Election Commission to frame guidelines to restrain political parties from promising freebies to voters in their election manifestos.
In a democracy, lure of goodies is used by political parties of all hues, before elections and during elections. The Food Security Bill is one of them.”
But, with a lot of elections this year and next year in hand, will the Election Commission or the government take the bull by the horn?[From Tuffer, Posted on .]

Nephew’s Name Listed as Accused in Railway Bribery Scam

Through a process of filing charge sheet by CBI, former Railways Minister’s nephew Mr.Vijay Singla was also named in the charge sheet. On Tuesday CBI has filed a charge sheet against 10 accused in the Railway bribery scam.
The CBI had alleged that a part payment of Rs 90 lakh was delivered to Singla after which it carried out searches at their premises and recovered the bribe amount,reported news agencies. [From Tuffer, Posted on .]

L.K. Advani hits back Omor Abdullah on Article 370 issue through his Blog

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s worse criticism on BJP about Article 370 issue Senior BJP leader L.K.Advani returned back through his blog writing a post, titled ‘Omar, Do Restrain Yourself’, Advani says that although Omar has the right to disagree with the BJP over the revocation of Article 370, it was improper to use offensive words like ‘cheating’ in the context of the party’s stand on Jammu and Kashmir. Advani also reminded Omar that the Jana Sangh, the BJP’s predecessor, had not even been born when Article 370 was sought to be approved in the Constituent Assembly.[From Tuffer, Posted on .]

A Government with no disaster management setup!

Govt. of Uttrakhand is not having proper Disaster Management setup and seems to be responsible for high death toll due to lack of it’s primarily rescue operation capacity in connection with present severe Disaster of Uttarakhand as a
report released by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) as recently as on April 23, 2013 says that the State Disaster Management Authority that was formed in October 2007 has never met till date.
“Nor has it made any ‘rules, regulations, policies or guidelines’, a preliminary step for the authority to have any functional meaning. The state authorities were virtually non-functional,” the report says.
“The state disaster management plan was under preparation and actionable programmes were not prepared for various disasters,” the report adds.
The CAG report says that no plan was prepared for any early warnings, and the communication system was inadequate.
The CAG report also draws attention to glaring irregularities in the state disaster response fund.
The CAG said that although the Geological Survey of India had identified 101 villages as ‘vulnerable’ in June 2008, the Uttarakhand Government did not take any measures for their rehabilitation till date.
Also,Union Water Resources Minister Harish Rawat on Friday accepted that Uttarakhand has had no disaster management plan worth its name despite the region being highly disaster prone due to fragile mountains, tectonic activity and climatic events. [From Tuffer, Published on .]

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Oxford English Dictionary : The word ‘Tweet’ included as an official word

Good news for the users of “twitter” as the Oxford English Dictionary announced the inclusion of the definition of the word “tweet” in its latest update.
John Simpson, the dictionary’s chief editor, said “tweet” was added despite not having yet been used for 10 years, which is one rule the dictionary considers before adding a new word. But as Simpson says, the word “seems to be catching on.” The details news was reported by latimes.com.[From Tuffer, Published on  . ]

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Indian Brains Not For Indians!

Mostly Indians always proud about their brains. Scientist in NASA,doctors all over world, engineers in silicon valley ,Microsoft, Indians are omnipresent every where! But of no use for India.

 If India had developed a good weather forecast system with the help of Indian scientists and if people had taken it seriously, we may not have undertaken this much rescue operations and should have avoided mountainous deaths.

Instead of creating "app" if all Indian scientists can get together to do something for common man of India that would have been a really great advancement.science is for helping people , not only for getting mark in exam and for getting a good job abroad !

Friday, 21 June 2013

When a Chief Minister talks rackless

It is known to all that loosing reasons give the birth of rackless comments.Continuous failure to curb rape and murder of girls,women in West Bengal and to hide worthlessness of the TMC Government from the eyes of public has provoked the CM to make her latest comment as "Those who discuss rape on TV have links with porn".

As West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee told an election meeting at Galsi in Burdwan on  Thursday that many of the "so-called intellectuals and social workers" who went on television to discuss rape in Bengal were "associated with pornography".

Media has brought her latest comment as above.The comment was made in connection with the recent rape cum murder case of Kamduni seems to mitigate the public reaction fixing blame on other.More over when the wound of Park Street rape story smell till not abated and another one is ready to prove the Govt.'s incapability normally one may loose the reason and make rackless comment.

In past days also the public of West Bengal had heard many such type of negatively approached comments made to hide the actual situation from their CM.When one is tired of hiding the truths may comment rackless.

Monday, 17 June 2013

Flood warning in UP, Delhi heavy rains in north India

Continuous heavy rains hit life in several north India states. In Uttarakhand where the death toll has reached over 50 while thousands were stranded after landslides, officials said Monday.

Ten deaths, including five members of a family, were reported from Himachal Pradesh. 1,500 tourists, mainly from West Bengal, remained stranded in remote Kinnaur district after incessant rainfall triggered landslides reported news agencies.

Sunday, 9 June 2013

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Saturday, 8 June 2013

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Central Monitoring System (CMS) of India under question mark!

News agencies report that "Central Monitoring System (CMS) initiated by UPA Govt.has come under question a day after it was revealed that the US’ National Security Agency has been monitoring data of mobile phone users.

The UPA government introduced CMS in Parliament in 2012, and it was rolled out in April 2013.The system is expected to enable the government to monitor all phone and internet communications in the country.

Indian activists too have raised concerns that the CMS will inhibit them from expressing their opinions and sharing information. Experts say such surveillance capabilities have purposely been used around the world to target critics, journalists, and human rights activists."

It seems that surveillance capabilities of CMS introduced by UPA may hinder privacy and freedom of of the Indian people and be misused in vested interest as NSA of US has set example already... 

For more details one may visit Zeenews.com

Friday, 7 June 2013

Is your freedom safe on internet??

To day while I was surfing news on the net I found a news article on "The Guardian".Article was written by Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill.Heading of the article "NSA taps in to user data of Apple, Google and others, secret files reveal
• Top secret PRISM program claims direct access to servers of firms including Google, Facebook and Apple
• Companies deny any knowledge of program in operation since 2007"

After going through the article I felt that user's privacy is actually dead on the internet and rendering an open society if The Guardian has revealed the truth.
It could be a good thing, if it led to governmental transparency, but right now, it's simply a way to spy on everyone, all the time.

All the users of internet should go through this scoop article for understanding the grave situation of internet.
See the original article at "The Guardian"     See also BBC on same context 
See also The washingtonpost , The Hindu  on same issue..

Saturday, 1 June 2013

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