Friday 30 October 2015

Air pollution,health problems from brunt polythene garbage

This dense smoke is originated from putting fire to huge quantity used polythene and other garbage, situated inside of 16 Wing Air Force boundary wall near Kendriya Vidyalaya Hasimara adjacent to 31 National Highway.

Wednesday 28 October 2015

Story of WBSEDCL,Kalchini

The customers of WBSEDCL Kalchini are facing hardship for depositing their electric bills.Today on 28/10/2015 was the last date of depositing electric bills for at least 500 customers.

But there was only one counter open for depositing of bills. Another online machine for depositing by customers also was almost un serviceable. On asking to Station Manager,Kalchini no solution was given by him.Simply he refused for opening another counter saying that he is not having manpower.

Friday 23 October 2015

Chidambaram's Letter 2013 about Lalit Modi's case

New Delhi :  Although,several BJP spokespersons contacted by NDTV declined to comment while one of them, who did not want to be identified, said that this was "no longer an issue".

Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram had written to the United Kingdom two years ago calling for the deportation of disgraced cricket boss Lalit Modi over allegations of money laundering, a letter accessed by NDTV has shown.

Monday 19 October 2015

Alia Bhatt says Dad is very possessive about me

Mumbai: Like every father, Mahesh Bhatt is extremely possessive when it comes to daughter Alia but the actress does not mind it as he never intrudes in her space and gives her enough freedom.

The 22-year-old star says there are times when her father get irked reading about her dating rumours in the media but he does not force his opinions on her.

"I have a beautiful relationship with my father and it is only getting better with each passing year. But yes dad is, not little, but very possessive about me though in a cute way. He is a whiner.

Thursday 15 October 2015

What Pakistani daily Dawn says

This article has been published yesterday on The Times of India taking the reference from an editorial article published on DAWN. We are reproducing the article for our visitors for opining on the context.
Freedom under threat in India: Pakistani daily
An editorial "Intolerance in India" in the Dawn said: "Freedom is under threat in India and many of its right-thinking citizens are speaking out against the wave of right-wing violence and repression."
ISLAMABAD: The "rise of the right-wing" in India could have toxic effects regionally, said a leading Pakistani daily, which warned that alarm bells are ringing and "India needs to reaffirm its commitment to pluralism and diversity".

Tuesday 13 October 2015

Is something revealed ?

An article Written by Ram Kumar Ohri (IPS; retd).Going through this article renders a feeling, as if something  is revealed.Although the article attracts many questions and debates.

Pakistanis are basically Hindus, Pakistani lady scholar admits  by Ram Kumar Ohri (IPS; retd)

A brave Pakistani lady scholar boldly states what many Indians won't.

In a landmark confession of truth, an enlightened Muslim intellectual, Fauzia Syed, declared during a discussion on a television channel that all Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims are essentially Hindus, and that in rare cases, they might be Buddhists.

The lady activist lamented that a lot of Muslims, mainly Pakistani and Bangladeshi, have a hard time accepting the fact that their ancestors were Hindus who were converted by force of sword to Islam.

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Monday 12 October 2015

Baghdadi wants ex-Iraq army officers to lead group

Ex-Iraq army officers to lead group, wants ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

It is reported by the media that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, one of the world's most wanted men, is counting on veteran jihadis and former Iraqi army officers who form the core of the militant movement to take over if he is killed.

New questions arose over Islamic State's leadership structure and who might succeed Baghdadi after Iraq's military said on Sunday air strikes had hit a convoy carrying him, though Iraqi security officials later denied this. Baghdadi, who rarely appears in public and delivers few audio speeches,

35% jump in online applications for RSS

Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh  with a sharp increase of 35% in online applications during July-September in Bihar
NEW DELHI: The Bihar polls seem to have given a boost to interest in the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh in the state with a sharp increase of 35% in online applications during July-September, helping sustain interest in the Sangh that saw an estimated six lakh persons below the age of 40 join in the 2014 election year.

The Sangh's recruitment has been steadily increasing, with around 5 lakh signing up in 2013,

Saturday 10 October 2015

Questions on relevance of reservation

First RSS sarsangh chalak Mohan Bhagwat, now Manish Tewari: Cong leader questions relevance of reservation In remarks that could raise eyebrows within Congress, former Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari on Monday questioned the relevance of reservation in the 21st century and said if it was required at all, the economic condition, and not caste, should be the basis for it.