Monday, July 28, 2014

AAP candidates named to fight the by-polls in Punjab


Most of Indian political outfits run by individuals, so is AAP where only One leader prevail and his supremacy and his words are line on stone.Many leaders have deserted this man but he stands without being felt insulted and still follows his rule and regulations to conduct parties main decisions.Such is one decisions that  AAP will not contest assembly elections in Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand and Maharashtra scheduled later this year. Where and when this decision was taken ,Arvind who talks of his self esteem after very word runs AAP with anti-democratic set up and his party meet is never in front of media. Indian  are finding breed of politicians who feel and think that they have the right to win and dictate and rest follows them blindly.With such bloated ego when there is enough space for democratic parties to  play its role to galvanize new emerging leadership we have in most parties top leaders put valiant veil on such emergence.  Political analyst gives reasons for such utterances an ulterior motive and one such is that Aam Aadmi Party will contest the by-poll on the two seats in Punjab which will be held next month. Arvind Kejriwal announced this after the party's three-day national executive meeting which concluded in Sangrur (Punjab) today, 27th July.

Arvind, however, said that AAP will not contest assembly elections in Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand and Maharashtra scheduled later this year. 
The two AAP candidates named to fight the by-polls in Punjab's Patiala and Talwandi Sabo seats are Balkar Singh Sidhu and Harjeet Singh Adaltiwala respectively.

सहारनपुर हमलों ने की मुगलिया सल्तनत की याद ताजा: विहिप

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उत्तर प्रदेश में आजम खान के इशारे पर किया जा रहा है हिन्दू-सिख समुदाय का दमन
        नई दिल्लीजुलाई 27, 2014। सहारनपुर के दंगों में हिन्दू-सिख समुदाय के दमन की वीभत्स घटनाओं ने उत्तर प्रदेश में एक बार फ़िर मुगलिया सल्तनत की याद ताजा कर दी है। विश्व हिन्दू परिषद दिल्ली के महा मंत्री श्री राम कृष्ण श्रीवास्तव ने मामले की गंभीरता को जान कर केन्द्र सरकार से अपील की है कि दंगों को रोक पाना अब अखिलेश सरकार के बस की बात नहीं रह गई है क्योंकि उसे तो श्री आजम खान जैसे जिहादी मानसिकता के नेता चला रहे हैं अत: प्रदेश में राष्ट्रपति सरकार के अलावा कोई विकल्प सामने नहीं दिख रहा। अब वहां न हिन्दू स्वयं सुरक्षित हैं और न ही उनकी बहिन बेटियाँ, धर्म स्थल और साधू-संत।
      विश्व हिन्दू परिषद दिल्ली के झण्डेवालान कार्यालय में आज हुई बैठक में पारित एक प्रस्ताव की प्रति मीडिया को जारी करते हुए विहिप दिल्ली के मीडिया प्रमुख श्री विनोद बंसल ने बताया कि उत्तर प्रदेश अब ऊत प्रदेश बनता जा रहा है जहां सरकार और प्रशासन में मुगलिया सल्तनत का दबदबा लगातार बढता जा रहा है जिससे वहां हिंदू-सिख समुदाय में अपनी सम्पत्ति, महिलाओं और जान माल की सुरक्षा के प्रति गंभीर चिंता व्याप्त है। एक के बाद एक प्रान्त का हर जिला हिंसा की चपेट में आता जा रहा है। प्रशासनिक अधिकारी न सिर्फ़ पक्षपातपूर्ण व्यवहार करते साफ़ दिख रहे हैं बल्कि वे लव जिहाद को बढावा तथा धर्म स्थलों को अपमानित करने जैसे घृणित कृत्यों से भी परहेज नहीं करते। विश्व हिन्दू परिषद राज्य सरकार के उन कदमों की भी तीव्र भर्त्सना करती है जिनमें हिन्दू त्योहारों और धार्मिक यात्राओं के दौरान धारा 144 का हवाला देकर साधू-संतों सहित हिन्दू समाज के गणमान्य लोगों को गिरफ़्तार कर लिया जाता है और उनके धार्मिक क्रिया कलापों पर कुठाराघात किया जाता है। विहिप ने पूछा है कि एक ओर तो महा शिव रात्रि के दिन एक साध्वी को अपने आराध्य के मंदिर में भगवान शंकर के जलाभिषेक से रोका जाता है किन्तु दूसरी ओर सैकडों की संख्या में दंगा करने जुटे जिहादियों को गुरुद्वारे पर आक्रमण के लिए पुलिस स्थानीय मुस्लिम नेताओं के साथ ताण्डव मचाने की खुली छूट दे देती है। क्या यही है वास्तविक धर्म निरपेक्षता? प्रस्ताव में कहा गया है कि विश्व हिन्दू परिषद उत्तर प्रदेश सरकार से अपनी कार्यशैली में पर्याप्त बदलाव की अपेक्षा रखती है जिससे इस प्रकार की एक भी घटना अब और न होने पाए। साथ ही, केन्द्र सरकार से भी आग्रह करती है कि राज्य में कानून व्यवस्था की स्थिति में यदि शीघ्र सुधार नहीं हुआ तो वह अविलम्ब राज्य में राष्ट्रपति शासन लगाए।
बैठक में विहिप दिल्ली के अध्यक्ष श्री रिखब चन्द जैन, उपाध्यक्ष श्री रोशन लाल गोरखपुरिया, श्री अशोक कुमार तथा श्री गुरदीन प्रसाद रुस्तगी, मंत्री श्री राम पाल सिंह यादव व विजय प्रकाश गुप्ता तथा बजरंग दल संयोजक श्री नीरज दोनेरिया सहित अनेक पदाधिकारी उपस्थित थे।
भवदीय
विनोद बंसल
(मीडिया प्रमुख),
इंद्रप्रस्थ विश्व हिंदू परिषददिल्ली,
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Mahadik, Aradhya, Donison emerge JK Tyre Karting champs

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Hyderabad, July 27: Krishnaraaj Mahadik of Mohites Racing, Kolhapur drove an aggressive race to upstage his more illustrious teammates and emerge winner in the Senior Max category of the 11th JK Tyre-FMSC National Rotax Max Karting Championship’s second 2nd round and leapfrog to the top of the points table at the Airport Karting track, Hyderabad on Sunday.
After two rounds, Mahadik is leading the championship points table with 71 points, followed by Ameya Bafna of Rayo Racing with 69 and Vishnu Prasad of Meco Racing tied with Dhruv Mohite on 65.
The Junior Max category saw a renewed tough battle between Ricky R Donison of BPC Racing and Kush Maini of Dark Don Racing. Maini was leading throughout the race, before Donison, displaying superb control and composure squeezed past at the last corner to take the chequered flag.  Aaroh Ravindra also flew past a rattled Maini, who had to settle for third place.
Maini, however, can take solace from the fact that he is leading the points tally with 73, followed by Aaroh Ravindra and Akash Gowda (both Meco Racing) on 71.
The Micro Max category also saw a close battle between Meco Racing teammates Yash Aradhya and Shahan Ali Mohsin, before the 11-year-old Yash prevailed for his second back to back victory. Chirag Ghorpade of BPC celebrated his ninth birthday in style, finishing in third place.
However, Shahan’s second place finishes in the pre-final and the final races saw him go to the top of the points table with 75, followed by Yash on 73 and Paul Francis on 72.
Yash Aradhya, who was a little slower on the start and was trailing Shahan initially was elated with his second win on the trot and said, “I pressed the throttle a little later than Shahan and hence slipped into second spot. I planned to take him on the next corner but after two more corners I got the lead and then just aimed to keep safe.”
Mahadik, starting the race in in sixth position was off in a flash when the green flag was waved, moving into second place behind teammate Chittesh Mandody, the pre-final winner. Keeping the pressure on Mandody through the tight corners, Mahadik forced Mandody to crash out in the 10th lap, after which it was a one-horse race, with the battle for second and third spot hotting up between Dhruv Mohite, Vishnu Prasad and Nayan Chatterjee. Mohite was no match for the canny Vishnu and the determined Chatterjee, who finished second and third respectively.
“I struggled a lot with my car. Was not there in the race in the initial stages, but later pulled it through,” said Mahadik
Donison and Maini, placed one and two on the grid, were quickly into the thick of things at the flag off, roaring around the corners in their quest to outdo each other. Though Donison did manage to wrest the lead for short periods a couple of times, it was Maini who led for prolonged periods. It was the relentless pressure kept up by Donison that seemed to have finally unsettled Maini and at the last corner, Maini seemed to be standing still as Donison charged past, followed closely by Ravindra.
“I started second after Kush Maini and it was really a tough race. He made a move in the first corner and then he started defending very well. I couldn’t get past him through I tried very hard. In last corner I saw a gap and I went for it,” said Donison after his hard fought win.
To 5 Results:
Senior Max:  Krishnaraaj Mahadik (Mohites) 18:38.865; Vishnu Prasad (Meco) 18:42.684; Nayan Chatterjee (Rayo) 18:42.975; Arya Gandhi (Rayo) 18:46.779; Dhruv Mohite (Mohites) 18:45.694
Junior Max: Ricky R Donison (BPC) 16:01.613; Aaroh Ravindra (Rayo) 16:01.628; Kush Maini (Dark Don) 16:02.243; Mira Erda (Dark Don) 16:05.651; Akash Gowda (Meco) 16:12.589
Micro Max: Yash Aradhya (Meco) 12:11.002; Shahan Ali Mohsin (Meco) 12:13.785; Chirag Ghorpade (BPC) 12:13.933; Paul Francis (Meco) 12:25.714; Arjun Nair (Meco) 12:28.235




Chief of Army Staff, General Bikram Singh called on Union Home Minister,

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Chief of Army Staff, General Bikram Singh called on Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh, in New Delhi today. 
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Film Screening at the Italian Cultural Institute – 6:30pm, 30th July 2014

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Cultural Program
To Undisclosed Recipients
Today at 10:24 AM
ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA DI NEW DELHI  – INCONTRI IN BIBLIOTECA
Nuovo cinema Italiano/ New Italian Cinema: Opere Prime/Debut Films: 2008-2013
7 maggio/May – 30 luglio/July 2014
Tutti i mercoledì / Every Wednesday @ 18.30
WEDNESDAY 30th JULY 2014 AT 6.30 P.M.


Mercoledi/Wednesday, 30Luglio/ July
Pranzo di ferragosto / Mid-August Lunch
Commedia / Comedy
2008, 75 min.
Regista / Director: Gianni Di Gregorio
Cast: Gianni Di Gregorio,Valeria Bendoni, Grazia Cesarini Sforza, Elisa Alessandro


PRANZO DI FERRAGOSTO (Mid-August Lunch)
Gianni è un uomo di mezz’età, figlio unico di madre vedova, una nobildonna decaduta che lo tiranneggia sistematicamente, con la quale vive in una vecchia casa nel centro di Roma. L’esistenza di Gianni si trascina tra le faccende domestiche, l’osteria e conti da pagare. Con Ferragosto arriva però una proposta che gli permetterà di saldare i debiti. / Gianni, a middle-aged man, lives with and looks after his widowed mother, as unpaid bills pile up around him. As the traditional Italian holiday weekend of August 15 approaches, the hapless man is offered a partial solution to his pecuniary problems.
6:30 p.m., Wednesday30th July 2014
Venue: Tessitori Hall of the Italian Embassy Cultural Centre in New Delhi
Entry Free: For security reasons please show your valid Photo Identity Card.
For more information, please visit our websitewww.iicnewdelhi.esteri.it/IIC_Newdelhi

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WTO – India Continues 3 Way Corrupt AGRICULTURE Policies

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Ravinder Singh
Topresidentofindia@rb.nic.inmanmohan@sansad.nic.inspeakerloksabha@sansad.nic.in and 35 More…
Today at 4:26 AM
WTO – India Continues 3 Way Corrupt AGRICULTURE Policies
July27, 2014 (C) Ravinder Singh ravinderinvent@gmail.com
India has been Persisting With Corrupted AGRICULTURE policies UNIQUE
in the world even under NDA regime which is hindering progress of
Agriculture, Value Additions of Crops & Food Processing and Marketing
Farm Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and Processed Foods.
India could potentially export $100b to $200b worth of foods. Just
hygienic storage, processing, packaging and Branding could earn 200%
higher price for food exports than present – actually Branded Basmati
Rice or Ice Creams etc are retailed for 5-10 times wholesale price.
Real Earnings of Indian farmers could TRIPLE in five years.
1.]  Worldwide Agriculture is considered Low Income Activity and to
maintain Income Levels of Farmers, in Developed Countries Farmers get
DIRECT subsidies $25,000 to $100,000 annually. Land holdings are
smaller in Switzerland therefore Swiss farmers get maximum subsidy.
Income of every farmer in developed countries is PROTECTED.
Majority, 75% of the farmers in India don’t even Get Bank Credit and
the lucky ones get it late and had to depend on Moneylenders for loans
at 40% to 120% annual rate of interest. Monsoon this year is delayed
in first 1 month and 27 days there is 25% deficit than normal but
there is no scheme to automatically compensate or assist farmers and
there is no Crop Insurance for 95% farmers.
Essential grains are procured and inefficiently stored and States
Identify Poor and Very Poor who are together around 25% population are
eligible for Public Distribution and half of subsidized food allocated
is diverted for Open Market Sale and in addition good quality food is
replaced by rotten foods.
2.]  Small and Medium Farmers in Developed Countries Hygienically
Store, Process Foods, Preserve Nutrients, Brand and Market all foods
at FARMERS MARKETS. Indian Farmers are prevented from such VALUE
ADDITION ACTIVITIES. 80% of Foods in Developed Countries is PROCESSED,
but not even 2% in India.
3.]  Indians are SUPPLIED UNHYGENIC, Poor Quality foods at 200% to
500% Market Price through network of middlemen.
Poor and Lower Middle Class spend 80% to 50% of their earnings on
Foods but when their brothers in rural India are selling their produce
– Onion, Potato and Tomato at Rs.2 to Rs.5 per kg they in urban India
pay Rs.20 to Rs.80 per kg. for degraded and unhygienic foods.
India Attracted 1.2% of EU FDI & WTO Dispute
http://www.esf.be/new/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/ESF2011-06-ESF-Comments-DIPP-FDI-Caps-Discussion-Paper.pdf
4.]  This paper reported India attracted just $4b out of over $350b EU
FDI. Agriculture Infrastructure Requires over $1000b investment, or
more to ensure 80% Food Processing and Efficient Hygienic Supply
Chain.
5.]  Dullards in UPA Government were Promoting WEIRD idea of supplying
$30b worth of Foodgrains or $30 per capita to 1 billion Indians that
is good enough to buy say 40 Liters of Milk or 60 kg of Tomato (110 gm
of milk or 160gm of Tomato per day.*) UPA-I & II MADE NO EFFORT TO
CONTAIN MIDDLEMEN & PRICE RISE.
UPA-I & II wanted DEVELOPED COUNTRIES like SWITZERLAND for example to
Cut Down $5b annual Subsidy to 50,000 Farmers. Here in the following
7m USA Farmers export $116b worth of Foods Equal to Subsidy farmers
get in 2010.
Subsidy to Farmers in India like in USA of say $100b Would also
generate EXPORTS worth $100b or more when processed by BRANDED
companies.
http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2012/tables/12s0849.pdf
6.  But in the ONGOING DISPUTE since two decades or more India could
Export Just 1.7% of Food Imports by USA 2010, actually declined from
2.2% at peak.
7.  Assuming FDI in FOOD INFRA at 20% is $200b and companies
repatriate $20b annual but shall BOOST INDIAN EXPORTS to Well Over
$100b, Avoid Quantity, Quality and Nutrient Loss worth $50b. So India
has over $100b NET ADVANTAGE.
CREATE OVER 100M JOBS AS BIGGEST ADVANTAGE – TRIPLE FARMERS REAL INCOME.
Ravinder Singh, National General Secretary.
Sabka Bharat Mission 2019
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110016
Ph: 9650421857, 9718280435
Sabkabharatmission2019@gmail.com
*This is Most WEIRD because $30 Per Capita Shall Be Funded By Tax
Collection Which Is Most Inefficient in India, Second even $30 Per
Capita Shall Be Subjected To Leakages and Administrative Cost and
Inefficient Transportation & Distribution.  Diversion of Resources
from Farming Infrastructure Would Actually Increase Food Prices to
Consumers and Net Benefit to People Would Be Negative.
Rich Rattled by India’s Stance
Jul 26 2014 The Economic Times (Delhi)
Won’t back trade protocol unless concerns addressed
India stuck to its guns at the World Trade Organization in defiance of
developed nations with a strongly worded statement at the general
council meeting in Geneva on Friday that it will not agree to any
accord on trade facilitation unless food security issue is also taken
up, signalling its intent to take a hard stand on July 31, the
deadline by which a decision has to be made.
Instead, India has suggested a four-point action plan that seeks to
deliver by December 31 a complete package on agreements reached at the
Bali ministerial that includes trade facilitation, a package for least
developed countries and public stocking for food security. The
hardening of India’s stand emerged after the new government took stock
of the situation earlier this week.
Rattled rich countries have hit back at India, accusing it of going
back on what was signed in December 2013 at Bali, a charge India has
strongly countered. “The EU is not ready to renegotiate basic elements
or timelines that were agreed as integral part of the Bali package,”
the European Union said, indicating a heightened risk of a stalemate
or talks unravelling.
Another delay looms, an expert said.
“WTO goes by consensus and with India along with the other African,
Latin American countries not agreeing to sign the trade facilitation
protocol, it will have to get deferred,” said Biswajit Dhar, professor
at the Jawaharlal Nehru University.
It is by no means clear what will happen next, said a person present
at the general council meeting, adding that the atmosphere was very
tense.
“It will be suicidal, absolutely. And that’s not a threat, that’s just
a statement of fact,” one Western diplomat was cited as saying by
Reuters. “They say we’re going to get what we want or we’ll blow
everything else up, but if they do that they won’t even get what they
want.” India said the concerns of poorer nations needed to be
addressed.
“To fully understand and address the concerns of members on the TF
(Trade Facilitation) Agreement, my delegation is of the view that the
adoption of the TF Protocol be postponed till a permanent solution on
public stockholding for food security is found,” India said at the
general council meeting, adding that that it was disappointed by the
lack of similar urgency shown on issues of importance to the
developing countries. The trade facilitation agreement seeks to cut
down red tape in global trade that some studies say could add $ 1
trillion to the global economy. At the Bali ministerial in December,
WTO members had agreed to pursue trade facilitation, a solution to the
issue of public stock holding for food security and a package for
least development countries.
India’s food security law, which is based on massive government
procurement from farmers and distribution to poor at subsidised
prices, runs the risk of violating WTO rules that prescribe a limit on
farm subsidies at 10% of output.
The country has budgeted Rs 1.15 lakh crore for food subsidies in the
current year.
“India is of the view that the Trade Facilitation Agreement must be
implemented only as part of a single undertaking including the
permanent solution on food security,” New Delhi said in its
submission, accusing the developed world of not having the “will to
engage in areas of interest”.
The G-33 countries, a group of developing nations, want a complete
exclusion of subsidies given on account of public stockholding
programmes from the category of actionable subsidies at the WTO. This
will require amendment to the WTO Agreement on Agriculture to allow
countries to procure food grain from poor farmers at minimum support
prices and sell to poor people at subsidised rates through public
distribution systems.
India said timelines were important but there cannot be undue haste.
“The Bali outcomes were negotiated as a package and must be concluded
as such,” it said. “This is important so that the millions of farmers
and the poor families who depend on domestic food stocks do not have
to live in constant fear. To jeopardise the food security of millions
at the altar of a mere anomaly in the rules is unacceptable.” At the
same time, India said it was fully committed to the decisions taken at
Bali.
“Having signed on to the ministerial decisions in Bali, let there be
no doubt about India’s commitment to those decisions including the
Trade Facilitation Agreement. All we are asking is that the public
stockholding issue as well as other decisions of Bali be taken forward
in the same time frame as trade facilitation,” India said.
An Indian commerce department official justified India’s stand saying
that any accord should not ignore the interests of the poor. “We can
defer the time. Timelines are important, but they are not sacrosanct
at the cost of the interest of a large (amount of) humanity which
lives below the poverty line. We are not saying that we want to
postpone it to eternity, no, not at all,” the person said.
India sought immediate establishment of an institutional mechanism
such as a dedicated Special Session of the Committee on Agriculture to
find a permanent solution on public stockholding for food security.
Global Trade Deal At Risk
India firm on food subsidies at WTO
Jul 26 2014 The Times of India (Ahmedabad)
New Delhi
The government on Friday refused to yield to pressure from developed
countries to accept easier customs rules without its food subsidy
concerns being addressed, putting at risk a likely deal at the World
Trade Organization (WTO).
Developing countries have stepped up the pressure on India saying
failure to strike a deal on trade facilitation would stall global
trade reforms and deal a massive blow to the WTO by undoing the work
done by trade ministers at Bali.
“To jeopardize the food security of millions at the altar of a mere
anomaly in the rules is unacceptable… In order to fully understand
and address the concerns of members on the trade facilitation
agreement (TFA), my delegation is of the view that the adoption of the
TF protocol be postponed till a permanent solution on public stock
holding for food security is found,” Anjali Prasad, India’s ambassador
to the WTO, said at a specially convened meeting to clear the TFA,
which promises to ease clearances at ports and airports across the 160
member countries.
India’s stand leads to threats, barbs
At a meeting of G-20 trade ministers last week, a minister ‘advised’
India to ignore some of the issues mentioned in the Bali declaration,
before launching an attack on a recent MoU between India and China on
industrial parks. There have also been some fears that the US could
initiate action, including trade sanctions, against India. Reports
said US ambassador Michael Punke warned that efforts by some countries
to derail the talks could undermine global trade reform. “Today, we
are extremely discouraged that a small handful of members in this
organization are ready to walk away from their commitments at Bali, to
kill the Bali agreement, to kill the power of that good faith and
goodwill we all shared, to flip the lights in this building back to
dark,” Punke was quoted as saying.
India is demanding that the new agreement, which is to be implemented
a year later, should be finalized only after WTO members accept the
demand from several developing countries, led by India, to change the
rules on government food subsidies. Currently, the government has to
cap food subsidy at 10% of the value of the production but the value
is based on prices prevalent in 1986-88, which have increased up to
six times since then. A breach of the cap will limit the ability of
developing countries to maintain public stockholding of food grains,
which not just benefits farmers but also helps in combating price
fluctuations. TNN

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