Monday, October 31, 2011

Boss or Leader

The Boss drives his men, The Leader inspires them.. The Boss depends on authority, The Leader depends on goodwill.. The Boss evokes fear, The Leader radiates love.. The Boss says "I", The Leader says "We".. The Boss shows who is wrong, The Leader shows what is wrong.. The Boss knows how it is done, The Leader knows how to do it.. The Boss demands respect, The Leader commands respect

Friday, September 23, 2011

Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund, India

Contributions towards PMNRF can be made:
(a) at Prime Minister's Office, South Block: in cash and through postal order, money order, cheque or demand draft drawn in favour of the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund.

(b) contributions can also be sent to Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi via post/ money order from any of the post offices, without any charge.

(c) Citibak customers have option to contribute online towards Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.

(d) through cash, cheque or demand draft drawn in favour of the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund deposited with any of the braches of the 20 designated Collection Banks of the PMNRF, Name and address of the Nodal Branches of these Collection Banks are:

1 Central Bank of India 70, Janpath, New Delhi

2 Allahabad Bank 17, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

3 Axis Bank New Delhi Main Branch, Statesman House, 148, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi

4 Bank of Baroda Ground Floor, 16, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

5 Bank of India 54, Janpath, New Delhi

6 Canara Bank Urdu Ghar, 212, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, New Delhi

7 Citi Bank 3rd Floor, Jeevan Bharti Building, 124, Cannaught Circus, New Delhi

8 Corporation Bank M-41, Cannaught Circus, New Delhi

9 Dena Bank Mangal Bhawan, Arya Samaj Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi

10 HDFC Bank B-6/3, Safdarjung Enclave, DDA Commercial Complex, New Delhi

11 ICICI Bank D-949, New Friends Colony, New Delhi-65.

12 Indian Bank G-41, Cannaught Place, New Delhi

13 Indian Overseas Bank 10, Jeevan Deep Building, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

14 Punjab National Bank 5, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

15 Standard Chartered Bank H-2, Cannaught Circus, New Delhi

16 State Bank of India Institutional Division, 4th Floor, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

17 Syndicate Bank South Block, New Delhi

18 UCO Bank 5, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

19 Union Bank of India 14/15 F, Cannaught Place, New Delhi

20 Vijaya Bank Vijaya Building, 17, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi

Income Tax Benefits:- The fund is exempted from Income Tax under Section 10(23)(c) & all contributions towards the PMNRF are exempted from Income Tax under Section 80(G).

For More detail About PMNRF click on the Link

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

गोलियों की बौछार भी न रोक सकी दीवानगी,9 अगस्त 1942

9 अगस्त 1942 को भारत छोड़ो आंदोलन की घोषणा के बाद से ही पूरे देश में आजादी की ज्वाला धधक रही थी। लखीसराय भी उस माहौल में गरम था। राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गांधी के आह्वान पर स्थानीय क्रांतिकारियों ने करो या मरो का नारा देते हुए अंग्रेजों भारत छोड़ो की जयघोष की और अंग्रेजों को खदेड़कर पहली बार बड़हिया रेलवे स्टेशन एवं हाई इंगलिश स्कूल पर तिरंगा फहराया। आजादी के गदर में अंग्रेजों भारत छोड़ो मिशन के तहत क्रांतिकारियों का जत्था 13 अगस्त 1942 को जब लखीसराय स्टेशन पर पहुंचा तो अंग्रेजों ने जुलूस पर अंधाधुंध गोलियां बरसानी प्रारंभ कर दी। जिसमें जिले के आठ वीर क्रांतिकारी सपूत शहीद हो गये। जिसमें बड़हिया प्रखंड के सदायबीघा गांव के बैजनाथ सिंह, बड़हिया इंगलिश के जुलमी महतो एवं बनारसी सिंह, बड़हिया निवासी महादेव सिंह एवं परशुराम सिंह, महसोड़ा के दारो सिंह, सावनडीह के झरी सिंह एवं सलौनाचक के गुज्जु सिंह की शहादत आज भी इतिहास के पन्नों में अंकित है। उन वीर सपूतों की याद में जिला मुख्यालय स्थित शहीद द्वार के पास शहीद स्मारक के नाम से लगा शिलापट्ट आज भी शासन व प्रशासन का मुंह चिढ़ा रहा है। स्थानीय राजनीति व प्रशासन की उदासीनता के कारण उक्त शहीद स्थल पर पेशाब खाने हैं व चाय नास्ते की दुकान सजती है। सामाजिक संगठनों व क्षेत्रीय जनप्रतिनिधियों ने भी उक्त शहीद स्मारक भवन निर्माण के प्रति कभी पहल नहीं की। स्वतंत्रता आंदोलन के गवाह रहे जिंदगी के अंतिम पड़ाव में संघर्ष कर रहे स्वतंत्रता सेनानी रामदेव सिंह उर्फ हुकुम बाबा बड़े ही दुखी मन से कहते हैं कि हमारे साथियों ने अपने खून से देश को आजादी दिलाई लेकिन आज समाज व शासन प्रशासन का नैतिक पतन हो चुका है। वे कहते हैं पहले की गुलामी आज की आजादी से कहीं बेहतर थी।

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Happy Friendship Day

A friend knows the song in my heart and sings it to me when my memory fails.  ~Donna Roberts
मित्रता दिवस की हार्दिक सुभकामनाएँ ... इस सुभ मौके पर मैं आपके सुखमय एबम आनंद जीवन की कामना करता हु .~अपूर्व

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Sucess Quotes

The tragedy in life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal.  The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach. – Benjamin Mays

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mothers Day.....

“Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
But only one mother the wide world over”.
By George Cooper

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Why is a billion-strong democracy silent on Egypt?

The parliament sat numbed, in an otherwise engaging November evening, when President Barack Obama, head of one of the two largest democracies, reminded the other that it had largely shied away from condemning suppression of democratic rights and movements. Obama's specific reference was to Myanmar and India's imperviousness to the military junta's rigged elections and repression of democracy groups.
Why is a billion-strong democracy silent on Egypt?

That this reference followed an exuberant praise of India's support to South Africa's anti-apartheid movement indicated a veiled rebuke of India's current policy of engaging whoever is in power in a country of interest.

Mubarak likely to step down under US brokered deal

Neither is Washington an immaculate chevalier of the democracy sacrament. In fact, half of the world's autocrats owed their existence to American backing. Yet, at the risk of throwing stone from a glasshouse, Obama could question India's diminishing contribution to the global democracy cause, especially when it aspires to be permanently ordained in the UN Security Council.

Between them, India and the US have issued half-a-dozen joint statements in the past decade, with platitudinous reaffirmation of their common democratic virtues and commitment to its promotion globally. New Delhi, though, has hardly moved a finger in fulfilling this mission, often relegating such processes as the internal affairs of a country.

Simply so, its discreet silence and reclusiveness ever since the Jasmine Revolution swept the Arab world belies its trappings of an emerging global power. Though ignoring the turbulence in a less-prominent Tunisia was affordable to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), the Egyptian upheaval has put South Block into a diplomatic dilemna. At the heart of the matter is New Delhi's reluctance to write off President Hosni Mubarak, who, like for the US and Israel, has been a long-time friend of New Delhi since the Non-Alignment days.

Mubarak's net worth estimated at $40-70 billion

Despite the elephantine street protests, India convincingly feels Mubarak might pull through, at least temporarily, until a transition to a new regime. Misplaced fears of a potential embarrassment from a pro-democracy statement if Mubarak manages to survive have forced a pathetic timidity in the MEA, which could not even garner the courage shown by Washington through its fairly balanced exhortation of an 'orderly transition'.

The roots of the MEA predicament lie not in its 'realist' policy transmutation of engaging useful regimes irrespective of their political attire. India's insensitivity towards the 'revolution' could rather be attributed to the absence of a policy on how to approach political emancipation movements in the neighbourhood and farther out. After decades of Nehruvian-inspired crusades in favour of freedom struggles, third world empowerment and nuclear have-nots, India's enhanced power profile, spurred by its astonishing economic growth, had prompted it to place itself among the global elite, but without appreciation of the responsibilities that comes with such elevation.

Driven by enlightened national interest, India has competitively engaged autocrats and juntas in its increasing bid to outmanoeuvre the Chinese influence in its strategic hinterland, extending up to Africa. Lost in this policy transformation was its ideological conviction on democracy and the will to endorse popular movements.

Egyptian journalist quits state TV

The turmoil in Egypt is an acid test which though also endows an opportunity to frame a long-term policy on its approach to popular movements and political turmoil. For, soon to follow on the heels of Egypt could be similar exigencies in volatile nations, including Yemen, Syria and Iran, and possibly even in the neighbourhood, in Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan.

A principled stand on such issues also becomes a pre-qualification for the UNSC ambition, more so being a billion-strong democracy. An Indian contribution to the democracy discourse is significant considering the dichotomies and prejudices that has emerged during the Bush years. Even while issuing joint statements with the Bush administration on promotion of democracy, New Delhi had not endorsed the Bush doctrine of forced regime change in tumultuous zones like the Middle East and Africa.

The Egyptian case embodies the diplomatic quandary for external powers forced to respond to political movements in regions known for their ethnic fault-lines, and where democracy has little rooting. The underlying theme of the Egyptian movement is to gain an inalienable right for the people to decide their destiny. Egyptians are revolting against a decades-old system wherein power elites subverted the means of popular determination and unilaterally determined the nation's course.

The permeation of the Jasmine Revolution across the Arab world, and potentially to Africa and Middle East, could largely be attributed to the fact many of the nations in these regions are governed by autocracies, Mukhabarat (military-intelligence) regimes, and in some cases theocracies, all of which gives only marginal space for people's will.

Attack on journos in Egypt unacceptable, says U.S.

A post-Mubarak transition need not necessarily end up in a pure democratic system, rather could even lead to another semi-autocracy or a junta. Like in Pakistan, the army holds the reins of Egypt's political system. Notwithstanding its sympathies for the movement, its plans for the transition are ambiguous. For, in a highly-fractured polity with no credible alternatives, the army will be self-empowered to preside over the transition. Fears of the radical Muslim Brotherhood attaining sway have gained traction, which could encourage a long-term military involvement to ensure moderation.

Considering this scenario, an outright support to the movement might not be prudent. Rather, the Indian approach should be to back a reform process that could facilitate a free-and-fair franchise to determine the future of the nation. Ultimately, Egyptians will have to decide their destiny, even if it is for an Islamic republic or an Islamocracy.

Sources:- Silicon India 

Sunday, January 23, 2011

2010:- A Snapshots

Finally,..I have started my Blogging this (2011) year. Before blogging I have lots of confusion what to write, from where i have to start, should u have to write my own experience or will write on somebody else.

Huh.....Starting from Myself

2010 was amazing year for me, i don't think I will forgot past year of my entire life. Had lots of practical experience, really that will improve my personal life.All together my personal life was like a stock market, lots of volatility in my personal life...anyways ...move on to the other topics....:))))(: 

2.Different states and examples
In Tamilnadu ,Jayalaitha was manhandled by DMK legislators inside assembly ,Jayalalitha access the power and then arrests Karunanidhi at Midnight as police arrest him 

Andhra Pradesh
It is very common ,people to align on Congress side or TDP side depending upon how the opponent sides with the party 

In Ananthpur ,Kurnool etc many families were wiped out with political violence and faction ism

Corruption by nexus of Politicians and businessmen by using projects and tenders to suit people illegally so crony ism ,nepotism are all flourishing and good merit sidelined and not able people 

Vote bank politics have made people like KHODA access power and then use the IAS office poeple to harness and illegally steal the assets 

Again Nitish Elected for next 5 year as a CM Of Bihar, Historical winning

CWG Corruption around 2500cr
2G Scam 1lks cr 
LIC Scam 14000 cr 
Nepotism ,cronysism ,graveyard coalition politics ,are all on display on a world wide stage ,but guilty still escape not to mention the money that was stolen never recovered at all

Increasingly polarizing people as Dalist vs FC DEBATE
BJP VS CONGRESS corruption 
Marathi vs Bihari 
North vs south etc are all counter productive and team India spirit

Historical Judgement
Babri Mosque Issue UP High court bench given the decision in a very win win manner, all disputed land are divided in three parts.
Justice not served equally between a civilian not shielded politically and a person shielded with political power is alarming and makes people loose confidence in the system 

Abuse of power ,,not allowing institutions like CVC,POLICE,ACB,IT DEpts ,ED etc are all not allowing the fruits of democracy and gdp growth rate not reaching the bottom of the pyramid 

Abuse of power and corruption ,,is also not able to curtail the illegal outflow of India's money abroad as India will loose out ,such money should have been used to build roads,schools and bridges in India.

Lists are Big.....Finally we are Indian, if politicians are not doing, we should take initiative and fight for our rights.
Jai Hind.....