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expansion in
Odisha.....

National Weekly
New Delhi

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No decision
on Modi's
projection...
Political News Bulletin & Beyond
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Stories...
Aus PM to come in Oct;
uranium, trade on cards
After a positive reversal of the
policy on supply of uranium
to India, Australian Prime
Minister Julia Gillard is
scheduled to undertake her
first official visit here from
October 15.

EC directs Gujarat to conduct


'vulnerability mapping'
The Election Commission has
directed the Chief Electoral
Officer of Gujarat to conduct a
''vulnerability mapping'' in all
the 26 districts of the state as
part of the preparations for
Assembly elections.

This Parliament House should


be retained: P K Bansal
The idea of an alternative
Parliament House has failed to
catch up with Parliamentary
Affairs Minister Pawan
Kumar Bansal, who is of the
view that the present heritage
building should be retained.

Shinde to be new Leader


of House in Lok Sabha

Home Minister Sushil Kumar


Shinde will be the new Leader
of the House in Lok Sabha
taking the place of Pranab
Mukherjee who has now
become President.

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Chidambaram returns to finance,


Sushilkumar Shinde placed in home
Shashank Vikram Singh
New Delhi : The Congress
q

has
brought
back
P
Chidambaram to the finance
ministry to handle the tough
task of reviving the economy
and to help the party in the
build-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha
polls, while his place in the
home ministry has been taken
by a "safe"Sushilkumar Shinde.
Chidambaram's appointment
comes against the backdrop of
expectations in the Congress
that he would be able to script a
turnaround, putting an end to

the gloom that the


economic downturn
has cast over the party's
electoral prospects.
The timing of the
change was influenced
by the keenness of
Prime
Minister
Manmohan Singh,
who had handled the
charge after Pranab
Mukehrjee resigned on
June 26, to have a fullscale finance minister
ahead of the monsoon
session.

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gS fd mudk viuh eka rFkk dkaxzsl
v/;{k lksfu;k xka/kh ds lalnh; {ks=
jk;cjsyh dk Hkkj laHkkyuk r; lk
gSA bl ckjs esa vkf/kdkfjd :i ls
dqN ugha dgk x;k gSA ysfdu dkaxzsl
egklfpoksa lfgr vU; inkf/kdkfj;ksa
us tksj nsrs gq, dgk fd f;adk
jktuhfrd :i ls egRoiw.kZ mkj

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ns'k dh bl lhV ds yksxksa ls ges'kk


feyrh jgh gSa vkSj muds bl dne esa
dqN Hkh u;k ugha gSA ,slh [kcjsa gSa fd
f;adk gj cq/kokj dks jk;cjsyh ds
ikVhZ dk;ZdrkZvksa vkSj yksxksa ls

feysaxhA bu [kcjksa ds chp dkaxzsl


usrkvksa us ;kn fd;k fd blh lky
mkj ns'k fo/kkulHkk pqukoksa ds
nkSjku f;adk us jk;cjsyh vkSj vesBh
esa O;kid pquko pkj fd;k FkkA
ikVhZ ok jkf'kn vYoh us dgk
fd bl laca/k esa eq>s dksbZ tkudkjh
ugha gSA f;adk ges'kk viuh eka vkSj
HkkbZ ds {ks=ksa esa mudh enn djrh jgh
gSaA lksfu;k ges'kk ;g dgrh jgh gSa
fd muds cPpksa dks vius Hkfo"; ds
ckjs esa [kqn gh QSlyk djuk gSA jkgqy
xka/kh dk cM+h Hkwfedk esa vkuk r; gS
vkSj laHko gS fd bldh 'kq#vkr vxys
eghus gksA og fo/kkulHkk pqukoksa esa
ikVhZ ds eq[k pkjd Fks ysfdu
usg:&xka/kh ifjokj ds bl
mkjkf/kdkjh ds ;klksa ds ckotwn

403 lnL;h; mkj ns'k fo/kkulHkk


esa ikVhZ dh lhVsa 22 ls c<+dj ek=
28 gh gks ldhaA ;g iwNs tkus ij fd
D;k f;adk 2014 ds yksdlHkk pqukoksa
esa Hkkx ys ldrh gSa rks ikVhZ ds ,d
usrk us dgk fd ge ifjokj ls lacaf/kr
fo"k;ksa ij ckrphr ugha djrsA f;adk
vc rd ikfjokfjd ftEesnkfj;ksa ds
uke ij lf; jktuhfr ls nwj jgh
gSaA ikVhZ dk ,d rcdk f;adk esa
mudh nknh bafnjk xka/kh dh >yd
ns[krk gS vkSj og pkgrk gS fd f;adk
lf; Hkwfedk fuHkk,aA bl rcds dk
ekuuk gS fd mkj ns'k vkSj vU;=
ikVhZ ds csgrj Hkfo"; ds fy, ,slk
fd;k tkuk vfuok;Z gSA
fiNys yksdlHkk pqukoksa esa dkaxzsl
us jkgqy dh vxqokbZ esa csgrj n'kZu
fd;k Fkk vkSj mls 22 lhVa; feyh
FkhaA ysfdu fo/kkulHkk pqukoksa ds
nkSjku n'kZu visf{kr ugha jgk vkSj
ikVhZ ds x<+ ekus tkus okys vesBh ,oa
jk; cjsyh tSls LFkkuksa ij Hkh ikVhZ us
[kjkc n'kZu fd;kA pqukoksa esa n'kZu
[kjkc jgus ds dkj.kksa dks ysdj jkgqy
us [kqn gh ikVhZ fo/kk;dksa] lkalnksa vkSj
dsah; eaf=;ksa ls ckrphr dh FkhA
gkykafd j{kk ea=h ,ds ,aVuh dh
v/;{krk esa ,d mPpLrjh; lfefr us
mkj ns'k] iatkc vkSj mkjk[kaM esa
ikVhZ ds n'kZu ij fopkj fd;k FkkA

foldksfUlu xq#}kjs es gqbZ


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vejhdk ds foldksfUlu 'kgj ds
,d xq#}kjs esa gqbZ xksyhckjh dh
okjnkr ij xgjk nq[k vkSj 'kksd
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okjnkr esa J)kyq ,d kFkZuk lHkk
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ifj.kkeLo:i dqN yksxksa dh e`R;q
gks xbZ vkSj vU; dbZ ?kk;y gks
x,A mUgksaus dgk gS fd fgalk dh
bl ukle> okjnkr esa [kkldj
/kkfeZd LFky dks fu'kkuk cukuk
nq[kn gSA /kkuea=h us bl ?kVuk
esa ekjs x, yksxksa ds ifjokjksa dks
viuh xgjh laosnuk Hksth gS vkSj
dgk gS fd nq[k dh bl ?kM+h esa
gekjh lgkuqHkwfr muds lkFk gSaA
mUgksaus vius oO; esa dgk gS fd
Hkkjr vejhdk ds mu lHkh 'kkafrf; yksxksa ds lkFk gS ftUgksaus bl
fgalk dh fuank dh gSA bl nq[kn
okjnkr ij ge vejhdh jk"Vifr
Jh cjkd vksckek ds oO; dk
Lokxr djrs gSa vkSj vk'kk djrs gSa
fd vejhdh ljdkj 'kksdkdqy
ifjokjksa ls laidZ LFkkfir djsxh
vkSj ;g lqfuf'pr djsxh fd bl
dkj dh fgald okjnkr Hkfo"; esa
u nksgjkbZ tk,A

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tks vc rd vkUnksyu ds uke ls tkuk tk jgk FkkA vUuk vkSj
vUuk dh Vhe us vius vkUnksyu dks jktfufrd ikVhZ cukus es
cny fn;k gS Vhe vUuk ds lHkh lnL; bl ckr [kq'k gh utj
vk jgs gS vkSj bldk vlj vke turk ds
lkFk lkFk ns'k ds lHkh jktfufrd nyks
vkSj usrkvksa ds lkFk ns[kus dks fey jgk
gS dksbZ leFkZu ns jgk gS rks dksbZ bl
fu.kZ; dks cgqr gs xyr crk jgk gS
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dks Hkh [k?re dj fn;k x;k gS tc dh
bl vu'ku ls dksbZ gy ugha feyk u gs
ldkZj dks dksbZ QdZ iM+k vc loky ;gk
fofiu xkSM+
mB jgk gS dh vUuk dk vkUnksyu pkj
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ds vu'ku ds fy, tknk vPNk ugha Fkk ij lp lcus fn[kk;k
vUuk ds vkUnksyu dh lkjh xfrof/k;ksa dks turk ls tksM+k igys
vUuk dks xk/kh vkSj vka/kh cuk;k fQj gky gh ds vu'ku es Vhe
vUuk dh jktusfrd ikVhZ cukus dks ysdj cM+h cgl fNM+ xbZ
vu'ku ds vk[kjh fnu Hkh vPNh HkhM+ ns[kus dks feyh ;gk rd
dh th U;wt us iksfyax Hkh dh dh vUuk dks jktusfrd ikVhZ cukuh
pkfg;s ;k ugha ml iksfyax es Hkh yxHkx 95 izfr'kr yksxksa dh gk
Fkh ij fQj Hkh vUuk ds dbZ leFkZd bl fu.kZ; ls [kql ugha gS
ns'k es Hkz"Vkpkj dks [k?re djus ds fy, ,d vkUnksyu 'kq: gqvk
ftlds fy, ns'k dh lkM+h turk us ,d gksdj vUuk dh Vhe dks
lg;ksx fn;k vkSj vkSj yksdra= ds lHkh LraHk vFkkZr dks fgyk
ds j[k fn;k FkkA ij vc loky ;s gS fd vUuk vkSj mldh Vhe
dh djuh vkSj dFkuh esa fdruk varj gS ;k gS Hkh ;k ugha! ;s Hkh
vius vki esa ,d loky gS] tks vusd ckj mBk gS] ysfdu vc
bldk mkj turk dks feyuk r; gSA vUuk dh vksj ls viuk
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vusd U;wtiksVZYl us 'kk;n bl dkj dh lkexzh vkSj fVIif.k;ksa
ds n'kZu vkSj dk'ku dks gh vUuk Vhe dh Hkafr [kqn dks ikiqyj
djus dk loksZke rjhdk le> fy;k gSA vUnksyu esa vf/kdrj
ogh yksx c<p<dj Hkkx ysrs jgs gSa] ftUgsa ns'k ds /keZfujis{k
Lo:i esa drbZ Hkh vkLFkk ugha gSA ftUgsa bl ns'k esa vYila[;d]
fo'ks"kdj eqlyeku QwVh vk[k ugha lqgkrs gSa vkSj tks gtkjksa o"kksaZ
ls xqykeh dk na'k >syrs jgs nfer oxksaZ dks lekurk dk laoS/kkfud
gd nku fd;s tkus ds l[r fojks/k esa gSaA tks L=h dks ?kj dh
pkj nhokjh ls ckgj 'kflEiUu rFkk ns'k ds uhfr&fu;Urk inksa
ij ns[kuk ilUn ugha djrs gSaA ns[kuk ;s gS dh vc vkxs D;k
gksrk gS D;k vUuk dh jktfufrd ikVhZ 2014 ds pqukoksa es mrjrh
gS ;k ugha vkSj vjfoUn dstjhoky dh dgh gqbZ ckr dh 3 lky
es cny nsaxs Hkkjr dks ;s lp gks irk gS ;k ugha vkSj bu lc
ckrks dk D;k vlj iM+rk gS nqljs jktusfrd nyksa ij vkSj vc
vkxs Hkkjr dh turk fdruk lg;ksx djsxh Vhe vUuk dk gksuk
tks Hkh ns'k cnyko pkgrk gS vkSj Hkz"Vkpkj eq Hkkjr cukuk
dgrk gSA

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f'kans th! ;g ckr vPNh ugha yxh


fnyhi dqekj
x`gea=h dk u;k&u;k Hkkj
laHkkyus okys lq'khy dqekj f'kans us
dbZ Toyar leL;kvksa ij viuh jk;
j[khA ;kstuk,a crk;ha ysfdu ,d
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xBca/ku ljdkj dh ;g etcwjh gh


dgh tk;sxhA jktx ljdkj eas Hkh
bl izdkj dh ifjfLFkfr;ka vkrh FkhaA
x`gea=h lq'khy dqekj f'kans us
nfyr vkSj lo.kZ dh ckr dgdj

x`gea=h lq'khy dqekj f'kans us nfyr vkSj lo.kZ dh ckr dgdj


lafo/kku dh xfjek dks de dj fn;k gSA /;ku jgs fd
x`gea=ky; dh ftEesnkfj;ka bu fnuksa T;knk c<+ x;h gSaA vle
esa tkrh; fgalk tkjh gS rks uDlfy;ksa us Hkh yxHkx ,d ntZu
jkT;ksa esa viuk vk/kkj etcwr dj fy;k gSA vkradoknh ?kVuk,a
Fkeus dk uke ugha ys jgh gSaA vUuk us jktuhfrd ny cukus
dk Hkh ladsr fn;k gSA ,sls esa x`gea=ky; dks cgqr ltx jgdj
dke djuk gSA Jh f'kans dks nfyr vkSj lo.kZ dk c[ksM+k [kM+k
djus ls cpuk pkfg,A
ckr mudh vPNh ugha yxhA Jh
f'kans us igyh vxLr dks viuh Hkkoh
;kstuk,a crkrs gq, iz/kkuea=h
eueksgu flag vkSj dkax
a l
sz v/;{k
Jherh lksfu;k xka/kh dks bl ckr ds
fy;s /kU;okn fn;k fd mUgksua s ,d
nfyr usrk dks x`gea=h tSls egRoiw.kZ
in dks lkSia k gSA mUgksua s ;kn fnyk;k
fd 1980 ds n'kd ds ckn ,d
nfyr dks ;g nkf;Ro lkSia k x;k gSA
1980 ds n'kd esa cwVk flag dks
x`gea=h cuk;k x;k FkkA Jh f'kans dh
D;k Hkkouk Fkh tks mUgksua s ;g dgk
fd yxHkx rhu n'kd ds ckn ,d
nfyr dks x`gea=h tSlk nkf;Ro fn;k
x;k ysfdu gekjs ns'k ds yksdra=
esa tgka fdlh tkfr ;k /keZ ds ca/ku
dks dksbZ LFkku gh ugha gS] ogka nfyr
;k lo.kZ dks x`gea=h ;k foRrea=h
cukus ds ihNs dksbZ fo'ks"k iz;kstu
ugha gksrk gSA
eaf=;ksa dks ;ksX;rk ds vk/kkj ij
cuk;k tkuk pkfg,A Jh eueksgu
flag vkfFkZd fo'ks"kK gS]a blfy,
Jherh bfUnjk xka/kh us mudks
foRrea=h cuk;k FkkA f'kojkt ikfVy
vius nkf;Ro dks Bhd ls ugha fuHkk
jgs Fks] blfy, mudks x`gea=h dh
dqlhZ ls mrkj dj ih- fpnEcje dks
x`gea=h cuk;k x;k FkkA bl ekeys
eas dqN viokn ;k etcwfj;ka Hkh jgha
D;ksfa d xBca/ku ljdkj esa ,sls
gkykr vk tkrs gSAa nzed
q ds ncko
eas ,- jktk dks lapkj ea=h cuk;k
x;k FkkA blh izdkj r`.kewy dkaxl
sz
ds ncko esa eerk cuthZ dks jsy
ea=ky; lkSia k x;k Fkk vkSj bruk
ncko mudk iM+k fd if'pe caxky
dh eq[;ea=h cuus ds ckn tc fnus'k
f=osnh dks jsy ea=h cuk;k x;k vkSj
jsy ctV esa mUgksua s eerk cuthZ ls
iwNs fcuk jsy fVdVksa dh nj c<+k nh
rks eerk cuthZ us vkuu&Qkuu esa
mudks jsyea=h dh dqlhZ ls mrkj dj
eqdy
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lafo/kku dh xfjek dks de dj fn;k


gSA lqiq hz e dksVZ eas eq[; U;k;k/kh'k dh
dqlhZ ij tc nfyr cSBk Fkk] rc D;k
lo.kksaZ us dksbZ vkifRr ntZ djk;h
FkhA blfy, Jh lq'khy dqekj f'kans
dks ;g 'kCn okil ysus pkfg, fd
1980 ds n'kd ds ckn ns'k eas nwljh
ckj fdlh nfyr dks x`gea=h cuk;k
x;k gSA Jh cwVk flag us Jherh
bfUnjk xka/kh dks /kU;okn Kkiu fn;k
Fkk ysfdu ;g ugha dgk Fkk fd
mUgksua s fdlh nfyr ij ,glku
fd;k gSA ,glku tSlh dksbZ ckr Fkh
Hkh ughaA iz/kkuea=h vkSj lRrk:<+
ny dbZ ekeyksa ij fopkj djds
eaf=e.My dk xBu djrk gSA jkT;ksa
us vkSj dsUnz eas Hkh lHkh {ks=ksa dks
izfrfuf/kRo fn;k tkrk gS D;ksfa d
turk us vius izfrfuf/k laln ;k
fo/kkulHkkvksa esa Hksts gSa rks mudh
vkokt dks og izHkko'kkyh rjhds ls
mBk,a] ;g vis{kk dh tkuh pkfg,A
vc Jh f'kans ;g dguk pkgrs gSa fd
tkfr;ksa ds vk/kkj ij Hkh ea=h cuk;s
tkus pkfg,A
Jh f'kans us x`gea=ky; dk
dk;ZHkkj laHkkyus ds ckn uDlyh
leL;k] dkuwu&O;oLFkk tSls ekeyksa
dks mBkrs gq, viuh ;kstuk dk
ladrs fn;kA blh ds lkFk mUgksua s
Jherh lksfu;k xka/kh vkSj iz/kkuea=h
eueksgu flag dks bl ckr ds fy;s
/kU;okn fn;k fd mUgksua s ,d nfyr
usrk dks x`gea=h cuus dk volj
fn;kA Jh f'kans blls igys egkjk"V
ds eq[;ea=h vkSj dsUnz esa tkZ
ea=ky; dk dk;ZHkkj laHkky pqds gSAa
jkT; dk eq[;ea=h gksuk vius vki
eas dkQh egRoiw.kZ ekuk tkrk gSA
dbZ dsUnzh; ea=h ;g pkgrs gSa fd
mUgsa eq[;ea=h cuk fn;k tk,A
blfy, Jh f'kans dks x`gea=h cukus
ds ihNs ;g dksbZ dkj.k ugha gS fd
og nfyr leqnk; ls gSAa tkfr&/keZ
ds lehdj.k jkT;ksa eas laxBu ds

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dHkh&dHkh
t:jh gks
tkrs gSAa ogka
lks'ky bathfu;fjax dk FkksMk+ cgqr
egRo gksrk gSA gkykafd ges'kk blesa
lQyrk ugha feyrhA mRrj izn's k eas
Hkktik vkSj dkaxl
sz dh lks'ky bathfu;fjax yxHkx rhu n'kd ls lQy
ugha gks ik jgh gSA vHkh gky eas e/;
izn's k esa tutkrh; {ks=ksa eas uxj
fudk; ds pquko gq, vkSj dkaxl
sz us
ogka vkfnoklh usrk dkafryky Hkwfj;k
dks izn's k dk izHkkj lkSia j[kk gS
ysfdu uxj fudk; ds pquko esa
dkaxl
sz dks lQyrk ugha feyhA
fQygky Jh f'kans ls mEehn dh
tkuh pkfg, fd og x`gea=ky; dk
dk;ZHkkj iwjh fu"Bk ls laHkkysx
a As
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uDlyh leL;k vkSj jkT;ksa ls csgrj
lac/a kksa ds ckjs eas Hkh viuh jk; j[khA
Jh f'kans us dgk fd okeiaFkh
vkradokn uDlyh leL;k ,d
lkekftd leL;k gSA bldks [kRe
djus ds fy;s lkekftd iz;kl
djus iM+x
as As blh izdkj vkradokn
fojks/kh dsUnz cukus ij jkT;ksa ds
fojks/k dks bafxr djrs gq, mUgksua s
dgk fd bl ij lgefr t:jh gSA
vUuk gtkjs ds vkanksyu ds ckjs esa Hkh
Jh f'kans us dgk fd dksbZ vkanksyu
lhek ds vanj gksuk pkfg,A iwoZ
x`gea=h fpnEcje ds dk;Zdky dh
rkjhQ djrs gq, mUgksua s dgk fd
v/kwjs dk;Z iwjs fd;s tk;sx
a As mUgksua s
dgk ge jkT;ksa ds lkFk feydj dke
djsx
a As
/;ku jgs fd x`gea=ky; dh
ftEesnkfj;ka bu fnuksa T;knk c<+ x;h
gSAa vle esa tkrh; fgalk tkjh gS rks
uDlfy;ksa us Hkh yxHkx ,d ntZu
jkT;ksa esa viuk vk/kkj etcwr dj
fy;k gSA vkradoknh ?kVuk,a Fkeus
dk uke ugha ys jgh gSAa vHkh igyh
vxLr dks gh iq.ks esa lhfj;y
foLQksV gq, gSAa iq.ks esa fgUnw
vkradokn ds Hkh dqN ekeys ntZ
fd;s x;s gSAa vUuk gtkjs vkSj mudh
Vhe ds lnL; yksdiky dkuwu
cukus ds fy;s vu'ku ij jgs gSa vkSj
vUuk ds dqN leFkZd eaf=;ksa ds
vkoklksa ij /kks[kk djds fgald
dkjZokbZ djus yxs gSAa vUuk us
jktuhfrd ny cukus dk Hkh ladrs
fn;k gSA ,sls esa x`gea=ky; dks cgqr
ltx jgdj dke djuk gSA Jh f'kans
dks nfyr vkSj lo.kZ dk c[ksMk+ [kM+k
djus ls cpuk pkfg,A

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With poor economic management UPA has emptied pockets of common man; kept stomachs hungry with inflation & today pushed them into darkness!

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ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

lu~ 2014 esa dkaxzsl ds HkkX; dks ysdj vVdysa

bu fnuksa vVdyksa dk cktkj xeZ gS


fd vkxkeh yksdlHkkbZ pquko tks

lk/kkj.kr;k lu~ 2014esa gksus gSa] esa D;k


gksxkA ,d i[kokM+s iwoZ /kkuea=h Mkeueksgu flag us fuoZreku jk"Vifr
Jherh frHkk ikfVy ds lEeku esa
jkf=Hkkst fn;k FkkA ;g dk;Ze
gSnjkckn gkml esa lEiUu gqvkA
vkSipkfjd jkf=Hkkst 'kq# gksus ls
iwoZ nks ofj"B dsah; eaf=;ksa ds lkFk gqbZ
vukSipkfjd ppkZ esa eSaus bu nksuksa
eaf=;ksa ds fnekx esa meM+ jgh
fparkvksa dks eglwl fd;kA mudh
vk'kadk,a fuEu Fkha%
d lksygoha yksdlHkkbZ pqukoksa esa
u rks kaxzsl vkSj u gh Hkktik ,slk
dksbZ xBca/ku cuk ikus esa lQy gksaxs
ftldk yksdlHkk esa Li"V cgqer gksA
[k blfy, lu~ 2013 ;k 2014 esa]
tc Hkh yksdlHkkbZ pquko gksaxs] laHkor;k
ftl <ax dh ljdkj cusxh og rhljs
ekspsZ tSlh gks ldrh gSA dkaxzslh eaf=;ksa
ds eqrkfcd ;g u dsoy Hkkjrh;
jktuhfr dh fLFkjrk vfirq jk"Vh; fgrksa
ds fy, Hkh vR;Ur uqdlkunk;d gksxhA
bu dkaxzsltuksa }kjk dV dh xbZ
fparkvkssa ij esjh frf;k Fkh: eSa

vkidh fpark dks le>rk gwa exj mlls


lger ugha gwaA esjs vius fopkj gSa fd

o"kZ
1952
1957
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1991
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dkaxzsl
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1 fiNys <kbZ n'kdksa esa jk"Vh;


jktuhfr dk tks Lo#i cuk gS mlesa
;g R;{kr: vlaHko gS fd ubZ fnYyh
esa dksbZ ,slh ljdkj cu ik, ftls ;k
rks dkaxzsl vFkok Hkktik dk leFkZu u
gksA blfy, rhljs ekspsZ dh ljdkj dh
dksbZ laHkkouk ugha gSA

2 gkykafd ,d xSj&dkaxzslh]
xSj&HkktikbZ /kkuea=h ds usr`Ro okyh
ljdkj ftls bu nksuksa eq[k nyksa esa ls
fdlh ,d dk leFkZu gks] cuuk laHko
gSA ,slk vrhr esa Hkh gks pqdk gSA
ysfdu]
pkSpj.k
flag]
pU'ks[kjth] nsosxkSM+kth vkSj bU
dqekj xqtjkyth ds /kkueaf=Ro okyh
ljdkjsa lHkh dkaxzsl lefFkZr vkSj
fo'oukFk rki flag Hkktik lefFkZr
ljdkj ds mnkgj.kksa ls Li"V gS fd
,slh ljdkjsa T;knk ugha fVd ikrhaA
3 dsa esa rHkh LFkkf;Ro jgk gS
tc ljdkj dk /kkuea=h ;k rks dkaxzsl
dk gks ;k Hkktik dkA nqHkkZX;o'k] lu~
2004 ls ;wih, 1 vkSj ;wih, 2&nksuksa
ljdkjsa brus [kjkc <ax py jgha fd
lkk fr"Bku esa ?kqeM+ jgha orZeku

tula?k&turk&Hkktik
3 tula?k
4 tula?k
14 tula?k
35 tula?k
23 tula?k
295 turk
31 turk
2 Hkktik
86 Hkktik
120 Hkktik
161 Hkktik
182 Hkktik
182 Hkktik
138 Hkktik
116 Hkktik
fparkvks dks lgtrk ls le>k tk
ldrk gSA
lkekU;r;k yksx ekurs gSa fd
yksdlHkkbZ pqukoksa esa dkaxzsl dk
lokZf/kd [kjkc pj.k vkikrdky ds
i'pkr~ 1977 ds pqukoksa esa FkkA ysfdu
bl ij dksbZ vk'p;Z ugha gksuk pkfg,

;fn vkxkeh yksdlHkkbZ pqukoksa esa


dkaxzsl dk gky lu~ 1952 ls vc rd
ds bfrgkl esa lokZf/kd [kjkc jgsA
Hkfo";ok ;g ugha tkuuk pkgrs
fd fdlus ;g Hkfo";ok.kh dh gS fd ;g
igyh ckj gksxk fd dkaxzsl ikVhZ dk
Ldksj ek= nks vadksa rd fleV dj jg
tk,xk ;kuh fd lkS ls Hkh de!
gky gh esa lEiUu gq, mkj ns'k
fo/kkulHkkbZ pqukoksa esa ^ifjokj fo'ks"k^ ds
x<+ le>us tkus okys jk;cjsyh] vesBh
bR;kfn esa ikVhZ dk n;uh; n'kZu vkSj
mkj ns'k ds uxj fuxe pqukoksa esa
dkaxzsl dh fujk'kktud gkyr] tcfd
12 fuxeksa esa ls Hkktik dh >ksyh esa nl
fuxe vk,] dkaxzsl dks feyh vlQyrk]
ikVhZ ds Mwcrs HkkX; ds lkQ ladsr gSaA
dukZVd dh xM+cM+h ds ckotwn]
tgka rd Hkktik dk lEcU/k gS rks gky
gh ds lHkh tuer losZ{k.k lkQ rkSj ij
crkrs gSa fd dkaxzsl ikVhZ ds rsth ls
fldM+rs vk/kkj ls eq[; Qk;ns esa jgus
okyh ikVhZ & Hkktik gh jgsxh! *Hkkjr
1947 esa Lora= gqvkA igys nks n'kdksa
esa ns'k dh jktuhfr ij dkaxzsl ikVhZ dk
iw.kZ #i ls opZLo jgkA Lora=rk
vkanksyu dkaxzsl ikVhZ ds cSuj rys pyk
tksfd ,d O;kid eap FkkA LokHkkfod
#i ls dsU vkSj vf/kdka'k jkT;ksa esa
dkaxzsl lkk esa FkhA
;gka dkf'kr pqukoh urhtksa dk
pkVZ crkrk gS fd igyh ckj lu~ 1977
esa rc dkaxzsl ds gkFkksa ls dsU ljdkj
dh lkk f[kldh] tc turk ikVhZ us
dkaxzsl dks ijkftr fd;kA Jh eksjkjth
HkkbZ nslkbZ us /kkuea=h dk in laHkkyk
vkSj Jh oktis;h fons'k ea=h cus
1977 ds i'pkr~ jktuhfr rsth ls
cnyh gSA 1980 esa Hkktik dh LFkkiuk
ds ckn ls bl ikVhZ us lqfu;ksftr <ax
ls bl cnyko gsrq nks eq[kh j.kuhfr
viukbZA igyh j.kuhfr Fkh dkaxzsl ikVhZ
ds ,dkf/kdkj dks lekIr djuk vkSj

nwljh j.kuhfr dk y{; Fkk fd Hkktik


dks u dsoy ,d 'kf'kkyh jk"Vh;
ikVhZ cukuk vkSj lkFk gh mu jkT;ksa esa
Hkh etcwr djuk tgka igys ls gh
bldh cM+h laHkkouk,a ekStwn FkhaA
1984 esa vkradokfn;ksa ds gkFkksa
Jherh xka/kh dh gR;k vkSj bl =klnh
ls jktho xka/kh ds i{k esa mith
'kf'kkyh lgkuqHkwfr ygj us lkk#<+
ny vkSj eq[; foi{kh ny ds fy, bl
o"kZ ds pquko us vuks[kh fLFkfr iSnk dj
nhA pqukoksa esa thrh xbZ yksdlHkkbZ
lhVksa dh la[;k % jktho xka/kh ds usr`Ro
esa dkaxzsl ikVhZ us 415 lhVsa thrdj
lokZf/kd mPp Ldksj gkfly fd;k vkSj
gekjh ikVhZ iwjs ns'k esa 2 lhVsa ysdj
lokZf/kd fupys Lrj ij jgh! gkykafd
bl xaHkhj vlQyrk us gesa nks&eq[kh
j.kuhfr dks vkSj vf/kd mRlkg vkSj
etcwr bjknksa ds lkFk viukus dks sfjr
fd;k rFkk iag o"kksaZ ds Hkhrj&1984 ls
1999&ge ,d ikVhZ ds HkqRo okyh
jktuhfr dks f}/#oh; jktuhfr esa
ifjofrZr djus esa lQy jgsA
Mk- eueksgu flag ds usr`Ro okyh
;wih, ljdkj viuh gh ljdkj vkSj
;gka rd fd vius lg;ksfx;ksa dks lkFk
ysdj pyus esa vlQy jgh gSA gkykafd
;wih, 2 dk ,d ,slk lg;ksxh gS tks
Hkys gh jktuhfrd lg;ksxh ugha gksxk
ysfdu ;g mldk lokZf/kd egRoiw.kZ
lkFkh gS tks blds eqf'dy iSnk djus
okys lg;ksfx;ksa dks ^eSust^ djrk gS]
ftls eSa vDlj dkaxzsl ikVhZ dk
lokZf/kd fuHkZj jgus okyk lg;ksxh
fu#fir djrk gwaA ;fn dkaxzsl ikVhZ
vHkh rd yksdlHkk ds pquko
lQyrkiwoZd Vkyus esa lQy jgh gS rks
flQZ blfy, fd ;g xBca/ku lg;ksxh
gS&lh-ch-vkbZ!

LK Advani blogs a twist in 2014 poll tale


LK Advani, acting chairman of the NDA, caused a
flutter on Sunday by saying
on his blog that a nonCongress,
non-BJP
government could not be
ruled out in 2014.
"A non-Congress, nonBJP prime minister heading a
government supported by one
of these two principal parties
is, however, feasible. This has
happened in the past also," he
said but cautioned that such a
dispensation may not last
long.
As he argues his case, it is
clear he believes the chief
beneficiary of the Congress'
"collapsing fortunes" is the
BJP. But there is enough to
read between the lines. The
veteran leader's observation
can also indicate a warning
for his party. In the past, too,
Advani has asked leaders to
improve their performance
and the party's image.
In his blog, Advani refers

to a conversation he had with


two cabinet ministers at former president Pratibha Patil's
farewell party hosted by
prime minister Manmohan
Singh. The ministers had said
neither the Congress nor the
BJP would succeed in 2014
and a third front government
would spell instability for the
country. Saying he did agree
with their view, Advani said it
was impossible for any party
to form government in New
Delhi without the support of
either the Congress or the
BJP. Therefore, a third front is
ruled out.
About a non-Congress or a
non-BJP government at the
Centre, he pointed out how
the governments of Charan
Singh, Chandra Shekhar,
Deve Gowda and IK Gujral
(supported by the Congress)
and VP Singh (supported by
the BJP) did not last.
A coalition government
would be stable only if a

Congress or a BJP prime minister headed it, he said. While


criticising the UPA I and II for
mismanagement, he said the
government has been stable
because of a Congress prime
minister.
He also predicted a huge
loss for the Congress. "It
would not at all be surprising
if the next Lok Sabha elections yield a result which for
the Congress may prove the
worst in its history since
1952... It may be the first time
when the Congress' score
sinks to just two digits, that is,
less than one hundred!"
Advani pointed out the
Congress' miserable performance in Uttar Pradesh, which
include Amethi and Rae
Bareilly - pocket-boroughs of
the Gandhi family.
"So far as the BJP is concerned, the bungling in
Karnataka notwithstanding,
all recent public opinion
surveys clearly reveal that the

principal beneficiary of the


Congress party's fast eroding

reputation continues to be the


BJP," he said.

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

National Politics

vUuk ds leFkZdksa ds le{k fujk'kk dk vklUu ladV\


'k'kkad foe flag

ubZ fnYyh % vkf[kjdkj vUuk us


lkk ds ctk; O;oLFkk dks cnyus ds

ftlesa vHk vkSj v'yhy 'kCnkoyh


dk [kqydj mi;ksx vkSj n'kZu gks
jgk gSA vusd U;wtiksVZYl us 'kk;n

yksxksa dks dqN le; ds fy, jkgr dh


nokbZ t:j fey ldrh gS! gkykafd
ogk ij Hkh dqN le; ckn lkekftd

fy;s dk;Z djus dh lksp dks Lohdkj


dj gh fy;k gSA ftldh yEcs le;
ls eax dh tkrh jgh gSA tga rd
vUuk dh Lrkfor jktuSfrd
fopkj/kkjk dk loky gS rks lcls
igyh ckr rks ;s fd ;g loky mBkus
dk ns'k ds R;sd O;f dks gd gS!
nwljh ckr ;s fd vUuk vkSj mldh
Vhe dh djuh vkSj dFkuh esa fdruk
varj gS ;k gS Hkh ;k ugha! ;s Hkh vius
vki esa ,d loky gS] tks vusd ckj
mBk gS] ysfdu vc bldk mkj
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mUgsa ,sls eap dh t:jr gS tks tks
ehfM;k ds tfj;s ns'k esa luluh
QSykus esa fo'okl djrk gks rFkk bl
dkj ds ?kVuke esa vkLFkk j[krk
gks! ga ckck jkenso dh nqdku esa ,sls

U;k; rFkk /keZfujis{krk :ih


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Lrj ij lQy gks gh ugha ldrh vkSj
bls vUuk dk nqHkkZX; dgsa ;k bl ns'k
dk&fd vUuk dh lHkkvksa esa ;k
jSfy;ksa esa vHkh rd tqVrh jgh HkhM+
dks ;s nksuksa gh laoS/kkfud vo/kkj.kk,
drbZ Hkh eatwj ugha gSa! cfYd dM+ok
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Lo:i esa drbZ Hkh vkLFkk ugha gSA


ftUgsa bl ns'k esa vYila[;d]
fo'ks"kdj eqlyeku QwVh vk[k ugha
lqgkrs gSa vkSj tks gtkjksa o"kksaZ ls
xqykeh dk na'k >syrs jgs nfer oxksaZ
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ysfdu bu yksxksa ds dCts esa oSc ehfM;k
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ls ;gh yxrk gS fd vUuk pkgdj Hkh


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fopkj/kkjk ls dksbZ [kkl ysuk nsuk gSA

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nksuksa us gh ladrs ns fn;s gSa fd vc ns'k
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Most Congress Leader want play good role in central government


New Delhi: Congress general
secretary Rahul Gandhi in his

enhanced role ahead of the 2014 Lok


Sabha election? No answers yet to this
pertinent question but most Congress
members say they want him to enter
the government and also play a more
central role in the party. There is a
sense of anticipation in India's oldest
party since Rahul Gandhi announced
he was ready to play a more proactive
role in both the party and the government. Congress members at various

levels said that they wanted Rahul


Gandhi, 42, in the government to hone
his administrative skills and also
assume a more enhanced role in the
party. But many of them refused to be
quoted considering the sensitivity of
the issue. A Congress member said the
party scion joining the Manmohan
Singh government will spur it into
taking faster decisions and improve its
image."The party has to be on board
regarding many decisions to be taken
by the government. The process is
time-consuming. With Rahulji in the
cabinet, his view will be taken as the
party's view. Decisions will be quicker," the office-bearer, who did not
want to be quoted, said.
Son of Sonia Gandhi, Rahul came
into electoral politics in 2004. He was
appointed a general secretary in 2007
and given charge of the Youth
Congress and the NSUI.The younger
Gandhi now represents Amethi seat in

the Lok Sabha, formerly represented


by his mother. (Sonia Gandhi has
shifted to Rae Bareli.) Rahul Gandhi's
participation in the government would
enable him to take a closer look at the
inner dynamics of a coalition government, say many. Party general secretary Digvijay Singh has suggested that
the young leader should take on bigger responsibility in the party and
indicated that this would come about
by September.Party leaders feel that
Rahul Gandhi should go beyond his
present role in the frontal organisations and take a role in the party's
mainstream. Many party functionaries
insisted that a bigger role for Rahul
Gandhi was the best hope for the
Congress, whose influence across the
country has rapidly shrunk in recent
years.
Ranoj Basu, a permanent secretary
in the Congress, said: "This is the
right time for him to take a greater

role in the party and the government."


Another leader, who did not want to
be quoted, said that Rahul Gandhi's
more active involvement would help
the party."He has to be inducted as
number one (in future)... He is the
only hope."Law Minister Salman
Khurshid stunned everyone last
month when he said the party had
seen only cameos of thoughts from
Rahul Gandhi and was waiting for a
new ideological direction from him.
Congress Seva Dal chief Mahendra
Joshi said Rahul Gandhi should work
both in the party and the government
as "both will be strengthened by his
work". He rejected criticism that the
Nehru-Gandhi family scion had failed
to
deliver
in
recent
state
elections.Youth Congress chief Rajiv
Satav said Rahul Gandhi had transformed the organisation into one that
is democratic, performance driven and
has greater rural orientation.

East India

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

Cabinet expansion in Odisha, 5


ministers dropped, 9 inducted
Five
ministers
were
dropped on Thursday from
the Naveen Patnaik-led BJD
ministry and nine new faces
inducted, ending speculation
over cabinet expansion two
months after a failed coup bid
against the Chief Minister in
Odisha.
Governor M.C. Bhandare
administered oath of office
and secrecy to the nine new
ministers, including three of
cabinet rank and six ministers
of state. Besides former ministers Damodar Rout and
Bijayshree Routray, the other
new cabinet minister who
took oath was Dharmasala
MLA Kalpataru Das, a first
time minister.
The six new Ministers of
State were Pratap Keshari
Deb, Subrat Tarai, Rajanikant
Singh, Sarojini Hembram,
Arun Kumar Sahu and Rabi
Narayan Nanda.

Five ministers, including


state
Finance
Minister
Prafulla
Ghadai,
were
dropped as most of them were
considered close to BJD MP
Pyari Mohan Mohapatra who
had allegedly engineered the
failed coup bid against the
Patnaik government on May
29 when the Chief Minister
was out of India.
The five ministers tendered their resignation, which
were forwarded to the
Governor for acceptance,
sources said. Besides Ghadai,
Tourism and Culture Minister
Prafulla Samal, Energy
Minister Atanu Sabyasachi
Nayak, Labour Minister
Pushpendra Singhdeo and
School and Mass Education
Minister Pratap Jena have
also resigned.
Soon after the ministry
expansion, the key finance
portfolio, so far held by

Ghadai who presented the


state budget for nine years in
a row, was handed over to
Prasanna Acharya, hitherto
Health and Family Welfare
minister while the chief minister retained departments
like
Home,
General
Administration, Works and
Water Resources.
Though there were five
vacancies in the ministry, the
number rose to 10 after
Patnaik dropped five other
ministers ahead of the expansion.
One berth in the ministry
remained vacant as Odisha
can have maximum number
of 22 ministers as per the
Constitution. Ever since the
revolt, political circles were
agog with speculation about a
major reshuffle to fill the
vacancies and dismissal of
loyalists of rebel BJD MP
Pyari Mohan Mohapatra.

Naveen Patnaik drops 5, includes


9 new ministers in the cabinet
Bhubaneswar:

Five

ministers were on
Thursday dropped
from the Naveen
Patnaik ministry
which saw nine
new faces in the
much-awaited
ministerial expansion.Governor M C
Bhandare administered the oath of
office and secrecy
to the nine new
ministers, including three of Cabinet
rank, at the swearing in ceremony at Raj
Bhavan.Those who took oath as Cabinet
Ministers are: Dharmashala legislator Kalpataru
Das, who joined the ministry for the first time,
and former ministers Damodar Rout and
Bijayashree Routray. The six new Ministers of
State were Pratap Keshari Deo, Subrat Tarai,
Rajanikant Singh, Sarojini Hembram, Arun
Kumar Sahu and Rabi Narayan Nanda.Shortly
before inducting the new ministers, the Chief
Minister dropped five ministers, including state
Finance Minister Prafulla Ghadai, from his
Cabinet. As per the Chief Minister's instruction,
the five ministers tendered their resignation
which were forwarded to the Governor for
acceptance, sources in the chief minister's office

(CMO) said.Besides Ghadai, Tourism and Culture


Minister Prafulla Samal, Energy Minister Atanu
Sabyasachi Nayak, Labour Minister Pushpendra
Singhdeo and School and Mass Education
Minister Pratap Jena have also resigned.In another exercise to facilitate reshuffle, government
chief whip Rabinarayan Pani and deputy chief
whip Arun Sahu, who was made a minister of
state, also put in their papers, the sources said.
Prabhat Tripathy and Sanjay Dasburma are
expected to be made chief whip and deputy chief
whip respectively, the sources said. The decision
to effect the ministerial expansion was believed to
have been taken by the chief minister late
Thursday night after he held consultations with
senior leaders of the ruling BJD.
There were five vacancies in the ministry.
While A U Singh Deo and Pradip Maharathy had
resigned earlier this year over liquor tragedy and
Pipili rape and murder case respectively, three
ministers - Anjali Behera, Sarada P Nayak and
Sanjeev Sahoo were sacked in the aftermath of a
failed coup attempt against the government on
May 29.Ever since the revolt, political circles
were agog with speculation about a major reshuffle to fill the vacancies and drop loyalists of BJD
MP Pyari Mohan Mohapatra, who had allegedly
led the revolt, sources said.While Patnaik had
been carefully examining the whole issue since
June, ruling BJD MLAs were lobbying hard in
their bid to secure a berth in the ministry.

Assam violence: Government to rehabilitate only genuinely displaced people


Runu Hazarika
Guwahati:
Assam
government on Friday said
only genuinely displaced
people in the recent clashes
between Bodos and migrants
would be rehabilitated in the
affected BTAD and Dhubri
districts."The attention of the
state government has been
drawn to the fact that there is
an apprehension among
people that people who were
not displaced during the
recent happenings in the
BTAD area will also be
rehabilitated
in
those
districts," an official statement said here.
"The government wants to
make it clear that only the
genuinely displaced people of
the area will be rehabilitated
and there is no need of any
apprehension that anyone
who was not displaced during
the recent incidents will be
rehabilitated in the area," it
q

Sangma's move to float new


party may affect Meghalaya
Shillong: The ruling
Congress in Meghalaya said
P A Sangma's
decision to float a
national party,
exclusively for
tribal communities, could affect
the state."Charity
begins
at
home....No brain
drain is necessary
when he could contribute so
much to state politics,"
Meghalaya
Pradesh
Congress
Committee
President and former Chief
Minister D D Lapang said.
The comments came as yesterday Sangma, who is projecting himself as a tribal
leader of the country, had
categorically ruled out any
possibility of his joining
state politics and wishing to
float a national party for
tribals.Asked
whether
Congress is relieved to
know that the former chief
minister is not contesting
elections in the state,
Lapang said "with him
(Sangma) or without him,

Explain miners' death: Court to Meghalaya


Shillong: The Shillong bench of the Gauhati High Court has
registered a public interest litigation on the recent deaths of 15
coal miners in Meghalaya's South Garo Hills. The miners were
trapped inside a mine at Nengkol in Rongsa Awe region of
Nangalbibra, South Garo Hills last month. All the miners were
feared dead. "Human life is too precious. The rescue operations

said.Chief Minister Tarun


Gogoi had announced that the
August 15 was fixed as deadline to send back the inmates
of the relief camps to their
homes.
Meanwhile, situation in
the three trouble-torn BTAD
districts and Dhubri, where
recent violence claimed 56
lives, was fast returning to
normal. Flag-march by army
and patrolling by police and
para-military was continuing
with security pickets being set
up in the affected areas.
In Kokrajhar, 19 fixed
security pickets have been set up
with 15 in Chirang, four in
Dhubri and six in Bongagaigaon
districts so far. A delegation of
Jamatia Islamia, National
Integration Council along with
several other organisations have
visited Kokrajhar and urged the
state government and the Centre
to ensure that such incidents of
violence do not recur.

conducted by the state police and other organisations hitherto


appeared to be too little and too late: none of those 15 miners were
apparently rescued alive. We are constrained to intervene since
this is not the first incident of this kind in Meghalaya," the high
court stated Wednesday while registering suo-moto public interest
litigation in relation to the July 6 incident.

the Congress is having an


advantage in the coming
elections.
"We will watch
and see, we don?t
know because he
has
always
changed his stand
in the past...I am
sure he must be
trying to define on
actually
which
course he is taking," Mukul
said. On the idea of a
national party for the tribals,
he said, "I am very happy to
belong to the Indian
National Congress, a party
which has given such a huge
platform for leaders belonging to all sections of people
across
the
country
irrespective of caste, creed
and communities.
Mukul also reminded
how Sangma was such an
important person in the
Congress prior to his rebel
against UPA Chairperson
Sonia Gandhi for her foreign origin. "Mr P A
Sangma was also one of the
most important politicians
in the party who had been
given that platform at the
INC," Mukul said. As the
state gears for the assembly
elections early next year,
the political situation is
getting hotter between the
ruling Congress and the
NCP. At present the NCP
has 13 legislators in the
House of 60 MLAs while
the Congress has 28.

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

Rs 30 cr to be spent on CCTVs in
Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad: Ajit Pawar
Mumbai: A day after NCP
chief Sharad Pawar criticised
the functioning of the state

Home
Department,
Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit
Pawar on Sunday reviewed
the security scenario in Pune
and declared that Rs 30 crore
will be made available to set
up CCTVs in Pune and
Pimpri-Chinchwad cities.
Ajit Pawar, who is the
Guardian Minister of Pune,
met ATS Chief Rakesh
Maria,
Pune
Police
Commissioner Gulabrao Pol
and other top police and
administrative officers to

take stock of the security


situation after the serial
blasts
in
Pune
last
Wednesday. The meeting
took place in the government
guest house in Pune city.
Home Minister RR Patil was
not
present
at
the
meeting.Pawar, who holds
the Finance portfolio as well,
said Rs 30 crore would be
sanctioned for setting up
CCTV network in the two
cities to help maintain law
and order. "Out of the Rs 30
crore funds, Rs 10 crore
would be borne by the state
government, Rs 10 crore from
MLA and MP development
fund and Rs 7.5 crore from
Pune Municipal Corporation
and Rs 2.5 crore from PimpriChinchwad Municipal corporation," he said. A committee
of senior police and administration officers has been set
up for the purchase of the
CCTV
equipments.Pawar
said
the
process
of
procurement should be completed in a month's time.

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West India

Ashok Chavan proposed more civilians


in Adarsh Society: Retired Brigadier
Mumbai: Contradicting Ashok Chavan, the
promoter of scam-tainted Adarsh Society on
Monday said the former Maharashtra Chief
Minister had suggested increase in the number
of civilians in the Society, essentially meant
for defence personnel.
Adarsh's promoter M M Wanchoo told the
judicial panel conducting inquiry into the
scam that he, Society's secretary R C Thakur
and former Congress MLC Kanhaiyalal
Gidwani had a meeting with Chavan during
his tenure as the Revenue Minister in June
2000. The meeting was about Adarsh's proposal seeking land in south Mumbai. "As per
Government Resolution of 1999, we knew we
had to include 20 per cent civilians. If I
remember correctly, it was Revenue Minister
Ashok Chavan who suggested inclusion of
additional 20 per cent civilian members," said
Wanchoo, a retired Brigadier.
Afterwards, the Society wrote a letter to
the then Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh
and Chavan, stating that it was ready to have
40 per cent non-defence members in Adarsh.

Chavan, who had to resign after Adarsh


scam came to light, had told the Commission
on June 30 that there was no discussion about
inclusion of civilians. "On June 2, 2002,
Gidwani and some other members of the
Society came to meet me for follow-up of the
proposal....There was no discussion about
accommodating civilians. I do not know who
made the recommendation to include
civilians," he had said.
Wanchoo further said Thakur in 1994 had
mooted the idea of forming a housing society
for defence officials. "I asked Thakur to look
for a suitable plot as he was heading the
Defence Estates Office then which deals with
land matters. Thakur found this plot and told
me that it belongs to the state government and
we should try to get it for our society," he said.
Adarsh, the 31-storey high-rise in south
Mumbai, became the centre of controversy
following allegations that ineligible persons,
including politicians, had got membership and
undue concessions were given by the state and
city authorities during the construction.

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No decision on Modi's projection


as PM candidate: Gadkari
New Delhi: BJP President Nitin
Gadkari on Friday said he has

candidate, we will discuss it with you


too. Till then, discussing it is irrele-

discussed the issue of NDA Prime


Ministerial candidate with ally and
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
and assured him that no decision has
yet been taken on Narendra Modi
being the party's choice for the top
post.
"I told him (Nitish Kumar) that we
have not taken a decision on it (Prime
Ministerial candidate). I told him that
you are a part of NDA and when we in
NDA decide who should be the

vant," Gadkari told to a news channel.


He was replying to a question on
Kumar's objection to Modi being
NDA's Prime Ministerial candidate.
"If his and our ideology was the
same, would not we be one party? He
has a right to differ," Gadkari said.
However, Gadkari indicated
Kumar and his party JD(U) are not
likely to go with Congress when he
said the Bihar Chief Minister is a
follower of Ram Manohar Lohia, a

staunch critic of Congress.


Asked about Team Anna's movement and its decision to form a political party, Gadkari said "our alternative cannot be Anna Hazare. The alternative to one political party is another
party. The alternative to Congress is
BJP."
He maintained Team Anna has a
right to form a party but said Anna is
not a politician. "He is a social worker," he said.
Gadkari said BJP had extended
support to Team Anna during their last
agitation but did not do so this time as
they had not sought the party's
support.
"If anybody is agitating against
corruption, be it Anna Hazare or Baba
Ramdev, it is our intrinsic nature to
support it. Last year, they had sought
our support and we had extended it.
This year, they did not ask for our
support," Gadkari said.
Asked about recent presidential
elections and delay in BJP making its
stand clear on the polls, Gadkari said
many leaders within his party were of
the view that Pranab Mukherjee
should be backed due to his stature
but UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi
and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
did not consult the main opposition on
the issue.

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loky mBk,A mUgksua s dgk fd muds
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dkj.k gSa fd ljdkj dks [ktkuk yqVkus
dh btktr nh tk jgh gSA bl lac/a k
esa dkaxl
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dh tk jgh fQtwy[kphZ vkSj pquko ds
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o xqM
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pquko dk bartkj dj jgs gSAa jktuhfrd
fr'kks/k dh Hkkouk ls iqfyl dsl cuk,
tk jgs gSAa /kwey dk iqryk Qwd
a k tkrk
gS rks dkaxl
sz ds yksxksa ds f[kykQ ekeys
cuk, tkrs gSAa ohjHk flag dk iqryk
Qwd
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lkekU; gksrh gSA fodkl dk nkok djus
okyh Hkktik ljdkj dks gj iapo"khZ;
;kstuk esa gq, fodkl ds vkadMs dks
lkoZtfud djuk pkfg, ftlls lp
lkeus vk tk,xkA

"The government had sent its


emissaries to Tamil Nadu, Assam and
other states.... Though we are the principal opposition, we were not consulted. Sonia Gandhi could have called us
to discuss the issue," Gadkari said.
He disclosed former President A P
J Abdul Kalam was keen on contesting even when BJP had made it clear
that numbers were not in his favour.
He backed out only later.
"We had a frank discussion with
him... He had indicated his willingness to contest even after we discussed the numbers with him. He
changed his mind later and he has a
right to do so," Gadkari said.
Speaking about the differences
within his party, the BJP President
said the problem was that it is "too
democratic a party" and he has to face
"thousands of questions from party
leaders". He described senior party
leader L K Advani as a guide and
philosopher and a tall leader. "He has
a right to speak and write what he
feels.... Whatever he suggests we will
definitely think and work on it. I will
never react to any of his writings and
words. He has taught me this discipline," Gadkari said. Advani had
recently criticised some of the party
decisions on his blog and this was
seen as an attack on Gadkari.

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fy, ikVhZ laxBu dks rsoj nsus esa tqVs
lik eq[k eqyk;e flag ;kno us jfookj
dks vf[kys'k ljdkj ds vQljksa ij
fu'kkuk lk/kkA mUgksua s dgk fd
dk;ZdrkZvksa ds dke dks utjnkat djus
okys vQljksa ds f[kykQ dkjZokbZ gksA
'kklu ds lquokbZ u djus dh
f'kdk;rksa dks Hkh mUgksua s xaHkhjrk ls
fy;kA bl ij ukjktxh trkbZ fd ikVhZ
ds ftyk ;k 'kgj v/;{kksa ds i=ksa rd
dk Hkh tokc ugha fn;k tkrk gSA mUgksua s
ljdkj vkSj laxBu ds chp rkyesy ij
cy nsrs gq, dgk lik ds lkeus 2012
fo/kkulHkk ls Hkh T;knk cM+h pqukSrh
2014 ds yksdlHkk pquko dh gSA chrs
fnuksa eaf=;ks&
a fo/kk;dksa vkSj jkT;
dk;Zdkfj.kh dh vyx&vyx cSBd dj
pqds ;kno us jfookj dks lik eq[;ky;
esa ftyk&egkuxj v/;{k o
egklfpoksa dh cSBd dhA ns'k v/;{k
ds ukrs eq[;ea=h vf[kys'k ;kno us
cSBd dh v/;{krk dhA cSBd esa jke
xksiky ;kno] fdjue; uank] f'koiky
flag ;kno] vksedk'k flag] jke vkljs
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dks egRo nsus dh Hkjiwj dksf'k'k dhA
mUgksua s dgk fd laxBu ljdkj ij
fu;a=.k j[ksxk] ;g og igys gh crk
pqds gSAa dk;ZdrkZvksa us ikp o"kZ ds la?k"kZ
esa rdyhQsa mBkbZ gS]a mUgsa iwjk lEeku

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feysxhA ljdkj dh miyfC/k;ksa dh mUgsa
tkudkjh gksuh pkfg, vkSj mls xko&?kj
rd igqp
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inkf/kdkjh laxBu dh jh<+ gSAa mUgsa
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vkneh ljdkj ds dkedkt ls [kq'k gS
fQj Hkh dqN rRo nq"pkj dj jgs gSAa
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pkfg,A eq[;ea=h vf[kys'k ;kno us
dgk ljdkj o laxBu ds dkedkt esa
leUo; o tu frfuf/k;ksa rFkk laxBu
ds inkf/kdkfj;ksa esa ,d jk; gksuh pkfg,
rHkh rsth ls fodkl gksxkA mUgksua s dgk
fd ns'k esa lHkh lektoknh dk;Ze
ykxw gksx
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esa vkSj dM+kbZ dh tk jgh gSA mudh
ljdkj esa Hkz"Vkpkj ds fy, dksbZ LFkku
ugha gSA eq[;ea=h us fo|qr ladV dh
ppkZ djrs gq, dgk fd fiNys ikp
lky rd ,d esxkokV fctyh dk
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nknjh kstDs V pkyw gksrk rks ladV de
gksrk ij mls pkyw ugha gksus fn;k x;k
FkkA xUus ls dks&tsujs'ku dh rS;kjh gSA
blls ladV dk 'kh?kz lek/kku gksxkA

South India

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fy, mBk, x, dneksa dh leh{kk

j{kkea=h ,ds ,aVuh us ns'k ds rVh; {ks=ksa dh lqj{kk


c<+kus ds fy, mBk, x, fofHkUu dneksa esa gqbZ xfr dh
leh{kk dh gSA ubZ fnYyh esa gqbZ leh{kk cSBd esa mUgksaus
ns'k ds if'peh vkSj iwohZ nksuksa rVksa ij jMkj usVodZ ds
igys pj.k dk dke vxys nks eghus esa iwjk djus dk funsZ'k
fn;k vkSj dgk fd os cgqr tYn bu {ks=ksa dk nkSjk djsaxsA
jMkj usVodZ rVh; {ks=ksa ds lqj{kk ra= dk ,d vge vax
gS] tks leqh ;krk;kr ij utj j[krk gS vkSj tgktksa dh
igpku lqfuf'pr djrk gSA
j{kk ea=h us lHkh lac) i{kksa ls bl la;q ms'; ds
fy, feydj dke djus ij tksj fn;kA mUgksaus dgk fd
;g lqfuf'pr fd;k tkuk pkfg, fd rVh; lqj{kk <kaps esa
dksbZ deh u jgsA mUgksaus ;g Hkh vkns'k fn;k fd iw.kZr%
lqjf{kr rVh; lqj{kk .kkyh lqfuf'pr djus ds fy,
le;c) dkjZokbZ dh tkuh pkfg,A mUgksaus dgk fd
ljdkj ukSlsuk vkSj rVj{kd ny dks vk/kqfud cukus vkSj
rVh; lqj{kk ls lacaf/kr fdlh Hkh pqukSrh ls fuiVus ds fy,
jkT; ljdkjksa dks enn nsus ds fy, frc) gSA jk"Vh;

lqj{kk tSls egRoiw.kZ eqs ij jkT; ljdkjsa leku lg;ksxh


gSaA Jh ,aVuh us dgk fd vkxkeh laln l= ds ckn dsa
ljdkj ds vU; ea=ky;ksa vkSj rVh; lqj{kk ra= ls tqM+h
,tsafl;ksa ds frfuf/k;ksa ds lkFk rVh; lqj{kk ij os ,d
vkSj cSBd cqyk,axsA leqh [krjksa dk eqdkcyk djus ds
fy, leqh ,oa rVh; lqj{kk dks etcwr cukus ds ms';
ls bl laca/k esa igys ls gh ,d mPp Lrjh; jk"Vh; lfefr
gSA dSfcusV lfpo dh v/;{krk okyh bl lfefr esa rVh;
jkT;ksa ds eq[; lfpo vkSj vU; lnL; gSa vkSj ;g lfefr
rVh; lqj{kk ds laca/k esa csgrj rkyesy lqfuf'pr djrh
gSA rst baVjlsIVj ukSdkvksa dh vkiwfrZ ds le;] jk"Vh;
deku lapkj fu;a=.k ds dk;kZUo;u] [kqfQ;k ra=] iksrksa
vkSj gokbZ ;krk;kr ca/ku .kkyh dh Hkh cSBd esa leh{kk
dh xbZA bl cSBd esa ukSlsuk eq[k ,Mfejy fueZy oekZ]
j{kk lfpo Jh 'kf'kdkar 'kekZ] j{kk mRiknu foHkkx ds
lfpo Jh 'ks[kj vxzoky] dksLV xkMZ ds egkfuns'kd okbl
,Mfejy ,eih eqjyh/kju ds vykok j{kk ea=ky;] ukSlsuk
vkSj rVj{kd laxBu ds ofj"B vf/kdkjh ekStwn FksA

jsyos {ks= ds fodkl vkSj vk/kqfudhdj.k ds fy, Hkkjr


vkSj csfYt;e ds chp le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj
Hkkjr Hkze.k ij vk, csfYt;e
ds mi/kkuea=h vkSj fons'kh ekeyk]as fons'kh O;kikj vkSj ;wjksih;
ekeyksa ds ea=h Jh MhfM;j jsM
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fodflr vkSj vk/kqfud cukus ds
fy, rS;kj fd, x, fotu 2020
nLrkost ds vuqikyu esa Hkkjrh;
jsyos us dqN LVs'kuksa dh varjkZ"Vh;
ekudksa ds vuqlkj fodflr djus
ds fy, igpku dh gSA ;g
le>kSrk Kkiu fo'ks"k :i ls bl
vksj /;ku dsafr djsxkA bl
volj ij cksyrs gq, Jh eqdqy
jk; us dgk fd bl Kkiu ls jsyos

{ks= ds Hkkoh fodkl vkSj ykHknk;d jgsxkA mUgksaus crk;k


vk/kqfudhdj.k ds fy, nksuksa ns'kksa fd nksuksa ns'k fo'ks"kKksa dks 'kkfey
dj ifjpkyu vkSj dk;Zny cukus
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dk;Znyksa dks rqjar dk;Z 'kq: djus
dk funsZ'k ns jgs gSaA mUgksaus mEehn
tkfgj dh fd bl le>kSrk Kkiu
ls nksuksa ns'kksa ds jsyos {ks= ds e/;
lg;ksx ubZ apkb;ksa ij igqap
tk,xkA Jh MhfM;j jsaMlZ us bl
volj ij cksyrs gq, dgk fd
Hkkjrh; jsyos dk {ks= okLro esa
cgqr Hkkoh gSA Hkkjr ljdkj ds
f"Vdks.k vkSj egRodka{kk dks
ds chp lg;ksx ds u, ;qx dh ns[krs gq, bl {ks= esa fodkl vkSj
'kq#vkr gksxh ftlls vkilh volj leku :i ls Hkkoh gSaA
lykg vkSj lwpuk lsokvksa ds Hkkjrh; jsyos csfYt;e dh vkfFkZd
vknku&nku ls bl dk;Z esa uhfr dk eq[; {ks= gSA bl igy
egRoiw.kZ
lgk;rk
feysxhA ls Hkkjr esa fo'oLrjh; jsyos
csfYt;e ljdkj dh nks daifu;ksa LVs'kuksa ds fodkl ds fy,
dks ,sfrgkfld jsyos LVs'kuksa dks csfYt;e dk lg;ksx feyuk 'kq:
vk/kqfud varjkZ"Vh; VfeZuyksa esa gks tk,xkA tks nh?kZdkyhu
cnyus esa egkjr gkfly gSA mudk Hkkxhnkjh ds fy, ykHknk;d jgsxkA
;g vuqHko Hkkjr ds fy, jsyos cksMZ ds v/;{k fou; feky us
vius Lokxr lacks/ku esa dgk fd
bl le>kSrk Kkiu ls jsyos LVs'kuksa
ds vk/kqfudhdj.k vkSj muds
vklikl dh tehu ds vk/kqfudhdj.k ds lac/a k esa rduhdh vkSj
off the road. Train traffic, ca/kdh;
tkudkjh
ds
however, was not affected.
vknku&nku ls fuekZ.k ds {ks= esa
Universities
have ,d u, ;qx dh 'kq#vkr gksxhA
postponed the examinations csfYt;e dh jsy daifu;ksa ds fo'ks"k
scheduled for the day. vuqHko ls Hkkjrh; jsyos dh xfr esa
Jayarajan, party's Kannur lgk;rk feysxh vkSj la;q
District
Secretary,
was vuql/a kku vkSj f'k{k.k dk;Ze
arrested and remanded to judi- 'kq: djus esa Hkh lg;ksx kIr gksxkA
cial custody on Wednesday in jsy jkT;ea=h Jh ds,p eqfu;Iik Hkh
connection with the murder of bl volj ij ekStn
w FksA

Strike called by CPI-M in


Kerala disrupts normal life
q Suvarna Kumar
Thiruvananthapuram: The
dawn-to-dusk hartal called by
the CPI(M) in Kerala to
protest against the arrest of its
senior leader P Jayarajan in a
murder case disrupted normal
life across the state on
Thursday.
Security was stepped up in
politically volatile areas of
north Kerala. Two companies
of Central Rapid Action
Force had been requisitioned
by the state government for
deployment in Kannur to
meet any eventuality, police
said.
Mobility of people was
virtually crippled as buses,
taxis and autorickshaws kept

Indian
Union
Muslim
League's youth wing activist
Abdul Shukkoor at Ariyil in
Kannur district in February
last. CPI(M) dubbed the arrest
as a "political act" by the
Congress-led
UDF
Government as part of its
plans to break the party by
framing leaders in cases on
bogus charges.

9
Karnataka Assembly passes Land
ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

Revenue (Amendment) Bill


Shreedhar Murthy
Bangalore: The Karnataka
Assembly on Friday passed
the Karnataka Land Revenue
(Amendment) Bill, 2012
which empowers the state
government to regularise
unauthorized constructions
built on government land. All
dwelling units unauthorisedly
built on government land prior
to January one, 2012 will be
covered under the law for regularisation. However, houses
built unauthorisedly on government land coming under
Bruhat
Bengaluru
Mahanagara Palike (city corporation), City Municipal
Corporations and Town
Municipal corporations will
not be regularised. Existing
government approved conditions for eligibility under

'Ashraya Housing scheme'


shall apply in toto and the area
actually occupied by the built
up house or built up area upto
2,400 sq feet, whichever is
less, shall be regularised,
Revenue Minister K S swarappa said while moving the Bill
for consideration. Several
members from the ruling BJP,
Opposition Congress and JDS
wanted government to extend
the
benefit
to
those
unauthorised dwellings in
urban areas including cities,
but the government said it
would bring in a separate
amendment for these sections.
Congress leader Siddaramaiah
and other leaders demanded
that the government should
provide at least 60-day dealine
to facilitate applications for
regularisation.

Environmental clearance for


KNPP given by govt, HC
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu
government has accorded
environmental clearance for
Kudankulam Nuclear Power
Project, the Madras High
Court was informed on
Wednesday, while hearing a
batch of petitions relating to
the project, located in
Tirunelveli district.
The
state
Pollution
Control Board, in a report
filed before a Division
Bench, comprising Justice P
Jyothimani
and
M
Duraiswamy, submitted that
conditional approval for
KKNPP had been accorded
under Section 25 of the
Water (Prevention and
Control of Pollution) Act
1974 and Section 21 of the
Air (Prevention and Control
of Pollution) Act 1981.
The Board said the
clearance was given on July
23 last, authorizing the project director to ensure new
outlets for discharge of
sewerage and trade affluent.
The PCB has made it clear
that the radioactive fuel,
spent fuel and radioactive
waste should be transported,handled and stored as per

guidelines of the Atomic


Energy Regulatory Board
(AERB) and that off-site disaster management programmes should be conducted as per AERB norms
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu
government has accorded
environmental clearance for
Kudankulam Nuclear Power
Project, the Madras High
Court was informed on
Wednesday, while hearing a
batch of petitions relating to
the project, located in
Tirunelveli district.
The
state Pollution Control
Board, in a report filed before
a Division Bench, comprising Justice P Jyothimani and
M Duraiswamy, submitted
that conditional approval for
KKNPP had been accorded
under Section 25 of the Water
(Prevention and Control of
Pollution) Act 1974 and
Section 21 of the Air
(Prevention and Control of
Pollution) Act 1981. The
Board said the clearance was
given on July 23 last, authorizing the project director to
ensure new outlets for discharge of sewerage and trade
affluent.

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dkuwuh laxBu ?kksf"kr fd;s tkus dks lgh Bgjk;k
U;k;kf/kdj.k us x`g ea=ky; }kjk
fleh ,lvkbZ,evkbZ dks xSj&dkuwuh
laxBu ?kksf"kr fd;s tkus dks lgh
Bgjk;k gSA U;k;kf/kdj.k us 01
vxLr] 2012 dks bl laca/k esa viuk
QSlyk lquk;kA 27 fnlacj] 2001 dks
fleh dks igyh ckj xSj&dkuwuh

laxBu ?kksf"kr fd;k x;k FkkA 03


Qjojh] 2012 dks tkjh dh xbZ
vf/klwpuk esa x`g ea=ky; us
xSj&dkuwuh xfrfof/k;ka fujks/kd
vf/kfu;e] 1967 ds ko/kkuksa ds rgr
fleh dks rRdky nks o"kksZa ds fy,
xSj&dkuwuh laxBu ?kksf"kr dj fn;k

FkkA mDr vf/kfu;e ds ko/kkuksa ds


vuqlkj] fnYyh mPp U;k;ky; ds
dk;Zjr U;k;/kh'k Jh oh-ds-'kkyh ls
lacfa /kr U;k;f/kdj.k dk xBu ;g
fu.kZ; djus ds fy, fd;k x;k fd D;k
bl laxBu dks xSj&dkuwuh ?kksf"kr fd;s
tkus ds laca/k esa i;kZIr dkj.k gSa\

10

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

National Politics

First India - Sri Lanka CEOs Forum Meeting to be in Colombo


The first meeting of the India-Sri
Lanka CEOs Forum, constituted by
the Honourable Prime Minister of
India, Dr. Manmohan Singh and the

Sri Lanka. A number of other top business leaders representing a cross section of industry from India and Sri
Lanka will participate in the CEOs

Honourable President of Sri Lanka,


Mahinda Rajapaksa, will take place
on August 4, 2012 in Colombo, Sri
Lanka. The Forum, which has been
set up to develop a roadmap for
increased cooperation and mutually
beneficial economic partnership
between the two countries, will deliberate ways and means to enhance
trade and investments between the
two nations. The Indian Prime
Minister has appointed Mr. Sunil
Bharti Mittal, Chairman & Managing
Director, Bharti Airtel Ltd. to be the
Co-Chair from the Indian side while
Mr. Kulathunga Rajpaksa, Executive
Director, Samson International Ltd
has been appointed to Co-Chair from

Forum. The Forum will also interact


with Shri Anand Sharma, Minister of
Commerce, Industry & Textiles,
Government of India and his counterpart, Honourable Rishad Bathiudeen,
Minister of Industry & Commerce of
Sri Lanka.
The bilateral trade
between India and Sri Lanka trade
was USD 4 billion in 2010-11 and has
the potential to double to USD 8 billion within the next three years. It is
worth noting that Sri Lanka is India's
largest trade partner in South Asia
while India, in turn, is Sri Lanka's
largest trade partner globally. The
trade between the two countries grew
rapidly particularly after the India-Sri
Lanka FTA came into force in March

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'kkguokt lSiQh

2000. Between 2000-2008, the


bilateral trade multiplied nearly fivefold. Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Secretary
General, Federation of Indian
Chambers of Commerce and Industry
expressed his optimism and said,
"Following the signing of the FTA
between India and Sri Lanka, we have
seen both countries benefit with trade
and investment flows going up over
time. It is important that India and Sri
Lanka now focus on new horizons and
work together to sign a comprehensive economic partnership agreement". The Indian investments in Sri
Lanka have been on the rise. Today,
total cumulative investments stand
around USD 600 million. The key
sectors include telecom, healthcare,
real estate, IT, hospitality and tourism.
On the other hand, the investments
from Sri Lanka into India are focused
in sectors such as textiles, food
processing and logistics.
It is anticipated that the bilateral
Comprehensive
Economic
Partnership Agreement (CEPA) under
discussion between the two countries
can be a significant catalyst to economic engagement. The proposed
agreement covers four areas: trade in
goods; trade in services; economic
cooperation (in areas such as
fisheries, energy, pharmaceuticals,
textiles, financial, infrastructure and
tourism) and investment issues.
The other participants attending
the CEOs Forum meeting from India
include: Mr. Arup Roy Choudhury,
Chairman, NTPC Ltd; Mr. Atul Punj,
Chairman, Punj Lloyd Group; Mr.

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Hari S Bhartia, Co-Chairman &


Managing Director, Jubilant Life
Sciences; Mr. Hemant Contractor,
Managing Director & Group
Executive (International Banking),
State Bank of India; Dr. Jyotsna Suri,
Chairperson & Managing Director,
Bharat Hotels Limited; Mr. Subodh
Dakwale, Managing Director, Lanka
IOC PLC; Mr. Tulsi Tanti, Chairman
& Managing Director, Suzlon Energy
Ltd.; Mr. Veervijay Singh, Chief
Operating Officer, Vivanta by Taj Hotels and Resorts, Taj Group of
Hotels; Mr. Venu Srinivasan,
Chairman & Managing Director, TVS
Motor Company and Mr. Vinod K
Desari, Managing Director, Ashok
Leyland Limited.
From Sri Lanka, the participants
include Mr. A. Hettigoda, Managing
Director, Hettigoda Group of
Companies; Mr. Ashroff Omar, CEO,
Brandix Lanka; Mr. B R L Fernando,
Chairman, CIC Holdings PLC; Mr. K
Dharmasiri, General Manager, Bank
of Ceylon; Mr. Kapila Chandrasena,
Chief Executive Officer, Sri Lankan
Airlines & Mihin Air; Mr. M.P.
Wickremasinghe, Chairman, Ceylon
Biscuits Ltd; Mr. Mano Selvanathan,
Group Director, Carson Cumberbatch
PLC; Ms. Ramya Weerakoon,
Chairperson, Ramya Holdings; Mr. S.
Kumarasinghe, Chairman, Nature's
Beauty Creations; Mr. Susantha
Ratnayake, Chairman, John Keells
Holdings PLC; Mr. Tilak de Zoysa,
Chairman, Associated Motorways and
Mr. W. K. H. Wegapitiya, Group
Chairman, Laugfs Holdings Ltd.

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Students Corner

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

11

REACTION OF STUDENT ON DECISION OFMAKINGPOLITICALPARTYBYANNAHAZARE


Feedback of students on Anna Hazare decision of making political
party
The decision taken by team anna may be a good step to reduce corruption
from India as his team may win the election if they will form a political party,
but when they will get the power they will have to face a no. of controversies
because of opposition and even they will not be able to do the things rightly.
As we people are not patient we will start blaming that team anna is also
failing to do the justice and it was their emotional step to control the public to
win the elections and ultimately team anna will have to quit. Team anna have
a very few no. of people who can form the govt. so to form the govt. they have
to take help of other political parties who must also have some limitations
which team anna have to consider. So problems are so many but it all depends
on team anna's courage that they will be able to overcome they obstacles or
not??
Anurag Chaudhary IIT Delhi P.hd Student
May be doing anshan is little lame idea than getting into a party and ruling
actively. May be i am not very sure but as far as my views are concerned
"political" means something need to constructed good about society. But than
as we all know, its no where actualy happening. Political these a days means
corrupt association.
So basically i mean if anna is taking an attempt to make a political party
he might change its meaning bring back actual meaning to politics if people
trusted him so much why don't they trust him now
Monal Singh LSR College

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;g gS jktuhrh dh ek;k
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dkaxzsl us viuk ijpe ygjk;k
;gk os jk"Vifr ds :i esa geus
dkaxzsl ds 'kald .ko nk dks ik;k

Team Anna,although comprised of upright individuals, dosen't have a


fixed ideology, which is evident from the differences in the viewpoints of its
various members.
This may play a deterrent in the team's success as a political outfit.
Moreover, subsequent corruption and venality cannot be ruled out. After all,
each major party today started off with lofty ideals and promises.
Thuse, in my opinion Team Anna Should have remained a force outside the
ambit of political system, generating momentum for anti-corruption crusades
from the outside, rather than inside.
Tarundeep Singh, Delhi University
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iz.k; flag]y[kumQ fo'ofo|ky;
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D;ksafd ;s lc gS ^jktuhrh dh ek;k*
'kkguokt lSiQh

General Knowledge
1. The preamble to our constitution provided that India
is
A. a sovereign, socialist and democratic republic
B. a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic
republic
C. a sovereign republic with a socialist pattern of
society
D. a socialist, secular and democratic republic
2. The minimum age required to become a member of
Rajya Sabha is
A. 21 years
B. 25 years
C. 30 years
D. 35 years
3. The president can be impeached for
A. violating the constitution
B. disregarding Parliament
C. for not taking the prime minister's advice
D. All of the above
4. The name of the union given in the Constitution is
A. Hindustan or Bharatavarsha
B. India or Hindustan
C. India or Bharat
D. Bharatadesh or India
5. The phrase 'procedure established by the law' means
A. the judges in India cannot question the fairness
or validity of a law, provided it is within the
limits of the constitution
B. judges in India can question the fairness or
validity of an undue law even if it is within the
limits of the constitution
C. judges in India can declare a law invalid simply
because in their opinion the law is not due or is
unjust
D. None of the above
6. The national anthem was written by
A. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
B. Rabindranath Tagore
C. Sarat Chandra Chatterjee

D. Aurobindo Ghosh
7. The member of a State Public Service Commission
can be removed on the ground of misbehavior only
after an enquiry has been conducted by the
A. Supreme Court of India
B. High Court of the state
C. Committee appointed by the president
D. None of the above
8. The members of the standing committee are taken
from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the ratio of
A. two and one respectively
B. three and one respectively
C. four and one respectively
D. equal members for both the Houses
9. The preamble enshrines certain ideals that were first
spelt out in
A. The speech by Jawaharlal Nehru on the banks of
Ravi when he called forPurana Swaraj
B. The Nehru report
C. A resolution adopted at the Karachi session of
the Indian National Congress
D. The Objectives Resolution adopted by the
Constituent Assembly
10. The Nagaland State of India cannot be termed as a
state because it lacks
A. sovereignty
B. bicameral legislature
C. a high court exclusively of its own
D. None of the above

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16 (l)] 17 (l)] 18 (v)] 19 (n)] 20 (n)

12

ubZ fnYyh] 06 vxLr ls 12 vxLr] 2012

International Politics

Kofi Annan resigns as UN-Arab League envoy for Syria


United Nations: United
Nations and Arab League

envoy Kofi Annan has


resigned from his post as
international envoy for Syria
after trying in vain for six
months to broker peace and
bring the country's warring
parties to the table.
Annan's resignation was
announced by UN Secretary
General Ban Ki-moon, who
expressed "deep regret" on
Annan's decision to step
down as the international
envoy. "Annan has informed
me, and the SecretaryGeneral of the League of
Arab States, Nabil El Araby,
of his intention not to renew
his mandate when it expires

on August 31, 2012," Ban


said in a statement here.

Ban said he is consulting


with El-Araby to appoint a
successor to Annan who can
"carry on this crucial peacemaking
effort."
Ban
expressed his deepest gratitude to Annan for the "determined
and
courageous
efforts" he made as the Syrian
joint special envoy.
Annan "deserves our profound admiration for the selfless way in which he has put
his formidable skills and prestige to this most difficult and
potentially thankless of
assignments". Annan's resignation comes six months after
he was appointed by the UN

to engage with President


Bashar Al-Assad's government and the rebel forces to
bring an end to the violence in
Syria which has so far left
nearly 10,000 people dead
and thousands more displaced. Blaming the Syrian
government and opposition
forces, Ban said they continue
to demonstrate their determination to rely on ever-increasing violence.
He also expressed his dissatisfaction with the UN
Security Council that has
remained sharply divided
over the measures that should
be taken against Assad's
regime. "In addition, the persistent divisions within the
Security Council have themselves become an obstacle to
diplomacy, making the work
of any mediator vastly more
difficult," the UN chief said.
Annan assumed his post in
February and had proposed a
six point peace plan that
called for an end to violence,
access for humanitarian agencies to provide relief to those
in need, the release of
detainees, the start of inclusive political dialogue, and
unrestricted access to the

country for the international


media.
The former UN chief had
also met Assad to press him to
end the crackdown on civilians and to restore peace in
his country.
During his tenure he had
also met with leaders like
Russia's President Vladimir
Putin and Foreign Minister
Sergei Lavrov focusing on
what measures need to be
taken to end the violence and
the killing in Syria and how to
proceed with a political transition there.
The UN Chief expressed
concern at the escalating violence in Syria saying "more
bloodshed is not the answer;
each day of it will only make
the solution more difficult
while bringing deeper suffering to the country and greater
peril to the region."
"Tragically, the spiral of
violence in Syria is continuing. The hand extended to
turn away from violence in
favour of dialogue and diplomacy - as spelled out in the
Six-Point Plan - has not been
not taken, even though it still
remains the best hope for the
people of Syria," he said.

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