Monday, November 21, 2011

UP Assembly passes 'Proposal for State Split' by voice vote.

UP Assembly passes 'Proposal for State Split' by voice vote.



21.11.2011 09:15:09 - Nksagar-Sagar Media Inc;Maya played her triumph card well.Mayawati Chief Minister of UP tabled and got through her resolution passed by voice vote in UP Assembly the 'Proposal for splitting the state in four parts". Maya CM of UP thus ends the session after getting the vote on account the fiscal bill for the year passed.Speaker asked to table the resolution and Maya herself came out and tabled the resolution for PROPOSAL UP Assembly its proposal for splitting the state in four parts by voice vote,namely are Harit Pradesh,Central UP,Poorvanchal,and Bundelkhand..

(live-PR.com) - Briefing the media Mayawati said,"As the house begin today at 11.AM the opposition disrupted the proceeding and UP assembly passed the Vote on account and proposal for splitting the state for which the minute of the assembly resolution will be sent to the centre.".She has blamed the opposition for not running the house and her split the state
is not a political gimmick.Maya adjourned the house sine-a die within ten minutes.Our government is not a minority government and the opposition is sabotaging the proposal of split UP and is responsible for the adjournment of the house and they are collectively working for their political mileage.

Both Houses of the Uttar Pradesh legislature were adjourned on Monday amidst noisy scenes by the Opposition members, even as the SP moved a no-confidence motion against the state govt. In the Legislative Assembly, BJP members jumped into the well, while SP MLAs raised slogans and displayed placards demanding dismissal of the BSP government immediately after the proceedings of the house started at 11 am following which Speaker Sukdeo Rajbhar adjourned the house till 12.30 pm.

Deputy leader of SP Legislative Party Ambika Chaudhary said the party has moved no-confidence motion against the government.He said that it was unfortunate that the Chief Minister was not present in the House on the first day of the winter session.

CLP leader Pramod Tiwari said the party would support no-confidence motion if given by any party other than BJP. He said the Congress would have brought the motion if it would have adequate number.
Parliamentary affairs minister Lalji Verma, however, said the government was very well in majority.
Proceedings were adjourned in the Legislative Council also amidst pandemonium by the opposition members, who were demanding presence of former cabinet minister Babu Singh Kushwaha in the House.

Kushwaha, a BSP member of the Legislative Council, had sparked controversy by writing a letter to Chief Minister Mayawati alleging threat to his life from his party colleagues and some bureaucrats.
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ASEAN Services, Investment pact the Comprehensive Eco Coop Agreement.

PM pitches for Indo-ASEAN Services, Investment pact

Citing global economic downturn to push for greater India-ASEAN cooperation, PM Manmohan Singh has pitched for conclusion of a commercially-meaningful Services and Investment pact by Mar 2012 to create a positive atmosphere for implementation of the Comprehensive Eco Coop Agreement.
Addressing the India-ASEAN Summit in Bali on Saturday, Dr. Singh also highlighted the need for greater connectivity and cooperation on security issues, including maritime security, counter- terrorism, training, exercises and disaster management.
"Our partnership with ASEAN is one of the cornerstones of our foreign policy, and the foundation of our 'Look East' Policy," he said at the annual Summit on Saturday.
Talking about various elements of engagement between India and the 10-nation grouping of Association of South East Asian Nations, Dr. Singh said, "I believe that our cooperation is on the right path. Given the global economic downturn, there is today an even greater urgency to our cooperation."
He referred to trade and economic front and noted that the India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement for Trade in Goods has come into effect in all ASEAN member states and India following its ratification by Cambodia in August this year.
"I seek your support for the early conclusion of a commercially-meaningful Services and Investment Agreement. This would create a positive atmosphere for the implementation of the India-ASEAN Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement as envisaged in our Framework Agreement of 2003," the Prime Minister told the Summit leaders.
"We should endorse the decision taken at the last round of negotiations in October 2011 to conclude the Agreement by March 2012," he added.
India's trade with ASEAN has increased by 30 per cent in 2010-2011 and has crossed the USD 50 billion mark.
"With such a rate of growth we should be able to achieve our trade target of 70 billion US dollar by 2012," the Prime Minister said.
Pushing for greater physical connectivity between India and ASEAN, Singh said it "remains our strategic objective".
There are several proposals under consideration with regard to land and sea connectivity, which include the India-Myanmar-Thailand Highway, its extension to Laos and Cambodia and the development of a new highway also linking Vietnam.
A study has also been conducted on a Mekong-India Economic Corridor by the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia which proposes linking of corridors in the peninsular, and possibly the north east areas of India with the East Asian region.
"I would suggest that all these different proposals should be studied in an integrated manner by our officials so that we take considered decisions to optimise our resources and efforts," Dr. Singh said.
Referring to the other elements of engagement, he said India welcomes the growing cooperation with ASEAN on security issues, and "our association with ASEAN-led forums. These have focused on maritime security, counter-terrorism, training, exercises and disaster management."
He recalled that at the last Summit, India and ASEAN had agreed on developing a long-term vision for the strategic partnership between the two sides.
"We have taken the first step in this direction by constituting the ASEAN-India Eminent Persons Group," Singh said, noting that it had been tasked to draft an ASEAN-India Vision 2020 document.
The successful implementation of the ASEAN-India Plan of Action for 2004-2010 listing specific items of cooperation was followed by an 82-point Plan of Action for the period 2010-2015, Singh said about the ambitious document adopted at the Hanoi Summit last year.
India has forwarded a number of cooperative projects as part of this plan as well as part of the USD 50 million ASEAN-India Cooperation Fund to the ASEAN Secretariat.
"We look forward to an early response from the ASEAN side," Dr. Singh said.
Referring to the expansion of India-ASEAN cooperation in the fields of science and technology, space and information technology, he said several projects were under implementation under the ASEAN-India Science and Technology Fund.
Based on the feedback from the ASEAN, India's Department of Space has revised its proposal for a five-year project for establishing a tracking and reception station and data processing facility for the ASEAN countries and training of ASEAN personnel.
India will convene a meeting of heads of space agencies of India and ASEAN in early 2012, the Prime Minister informed.
He also talked about India's offer to assist in the Master Plan on ASEAN ICT Connectivity and in particular on the establishment of an e-network in the CLMV countries -- Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam -- for tele-medicine and tele-education.
With regard to initiatives for people-to-people exchanges, Singh invited ASEAN countries to participate actively in the Nalanda University project on which work has begun.
On visa front, Dr. Singh said visa-on-arrival facility for six ASEAN countries was now in place.
"We should ensure that the Memorandum of Understanding on strengthening tourism cooperation between ASEAN and India is signed at the earliest, preferably at the meeting of the ASEAN-India Tourism Ministers planned to be held in Indonesia in early 2012," he said.
India hosted a group of 100 students from ASEAN countries in September 2011, he said, adding based on the positive feedback, India will increase this number to 250 students per year.
He also said that India wished to institutionalise the ASEAN-India Media Exchange Programme for a period of three years.
Under this, India will be ready to host two groups of 20 ASEAN journalists each year and ASEAN countries could in turn consider hosting Indian journalists to ASEAN Member States.
Announcing that India proposes to hold ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit on December 20-21 next year, the Prime Minister extended personal invitation to the leaders of all ASEAN member countries to attend it.
"This will be a historic occasion for us."
He said that in the run-up to the Summit, India proposes to hold the fourth round of the Delhi Dialogue in February 2012 and meetings of the ASEAN-India Ministers for New and Renewable Energy and Agriculture as well as an India-ASEAN Business Fair besides a year-long calendar of cultural activities.
India also proposes to organise the India-ASEAN Car Rally to mark the Summit.
The rally will serve to highlight the strong bonds between ASEAN and India, and spread the message of solidarity, enterprise and creativity "which are the hallmarks of our region," Dr. Singh said.
India also proposes to send a Sail Training Ship "Sudarshini" on an expedition to ASEAN countries along the route of the monsoon trade winds.

Fundamental Differences between Capitalism & Baniaism Are

Bania-Tout’s Loot is Not Capitalism
Indians are being misled about the American Capitalism and Covering the Loot & Plunder of Bania touts & thugs by RSS and BJP – admittedly their agents. Since I lived in USA for six months I assure you stories picked up by RSS or Communists for circulation are largely false. From the very beginning RSS was known as Bania Traders party.

- California twice in area and half in population than your state has about 29 petroleum refineries. Big and small all conform to Environment Laws and competitive.

- There is real competition, real innovation and real development.

- In spite of recession American appetite for New Products has not diminished.

The Fundamental Differences between Capitalism & Baniaism Are –

1. American Companies invented production technologies and relentlessly introduced Competitive Products that were most economically sold to consumers – Bania companies are TOUTS either Import goods cheaply and sold it through multi level traders at 100% to 500% cost price or hoarded the essential commodities to realize exorbitant profits realizing illegal profits.

2. American Companies produced all goods to world’s highest quality standards – Goods bought by me or gifted to me for over 25 years are still functional. There are no quality control and service guarantee observed in India.

3. Every contract and promise is honored – Banias are least trust worthy in dealing with consumers never honoring promise. 99.99% of retailers would accept sold goods for 100% refund – not more than 5% retailers accept sold goods for replacement.

4. Every product is labeled & marked for content and price.

5. Prices are maintained for minimum a week and quality is never lowered.

6.  Every plumber in USA has better tools and skills than Chairman of Delhi Jal Board or Mumbai Jal Board.

7.  We in India know just Coke & Pepsi but there are over 100 big brands retailing drinks, fruit juices, tonics etc.

8. Everything is cheaper than India – some time back I reported a Samsung mobile retailed at Walmart cost Rs.2000/- was retailed for Rs.6000/- in India of same specifications.

9. Every corporate pay taxes not getting State Concessions. Concessions are reserved for farmers, unemployed, inventors, In India concessions and tax breaks are reserved for Traders, Hoarders and Touts.

10. If you are good students – you will get Scholarships or Sponsorships. You are not required to donate to get your child admitted to a nursery school.

USA has real capitalism, India has Bania-Tout rule.

Ravinder Singh

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