Saturday, June 18, 2011

Baba Ramdev and his Demands

From last two weeks Baba Ramdev is in lime light, Some people are die hard fans of baba. Where as some people are against baba, but all are having an opinion about baba. Some are discussing about whether baba is fraud or its his publicity stunt or he is having political aims blah blah blah. And some are like We follow baba whatever he say is god`s words for us. Some have sympathy about baba that "whatever happened at the midnight was very wrong and against the democracy". But No one or very few cares to read Baba`s demands and what is their opinion upon those demands. So here my main focus would be on Baba`s demands , Whether his demands (Not he) are good for country or not.

First of all I will describe demands of baba :-

1.  Tough Lokpal Bill, with a provision for death sentence for the corrupt, especially corrupt officials

2. Immediate return of all black money stashed away in tax havens abroad to the country

3. Declaring all wealth in foreign countries being held illegally by Indians as national property and charging those with such accounts under the sedition laws

4.  Abolishing Rs.1,000 and Rs.500 currency notes

5.  Disabling the operations of any bank which belongs to a country that is a tax haven

6.  Replacing the British-inherited system of governance, administration, taxation, education, law and order with a swadeshi alternative

7.  Reforming the electoral system to ensure that the Prime Minister is directly elected by people

8.  Ensuring that all citizens declare annually their incomes

9.  Bringing income-tax details under the Right to Information Act

10.  Increasing substantially the Minimum Support Price of grains

11.  Making wages of different categories of laborers uniform across the country

12.  Revoking the Land Acquisition Act, as farmers should not be deprived of their land for industry

13.  Promoting Hindi at the expense of English. 

Now I will write my opinion about these demands

I am completely agree with first five demands, sixth demand is good but I can`t understand what are swadeshi Alternatives so I can`t comment.
However , I don`t agree with the seventh demand because I have seen condition of Jaipur Nagar Nigam Which is having mayor of different party and Board (Majority of Parshad ) of different party, its hard to a decision in such conditions.

I agree with 8 to 12 .

I think 13 th is possible if India becomes economic global power otherwise its impractical.

i hope you will read this article with open mind and do write your views in the comments. Hope , We will have a healthy discussion.

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

National Consumer HelpLine

“National Consumer Helpline” has been set in the University of Delhi with support from the Department of Consumer Affairs, Govt. of India.

No. is :-


Its a toll free no.

 You can call and file complaints.

You can follow NCH on twitter 

For more details visit

Jaago Grahak Jaago

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Top 50 private B-school of India

Today I am Posting top 50 business institutes of India, Hope it will help you.

1. Jeviyer labour relation institute, jamshedpur, jharkhand.

2. S. P. jain institute of management and research, mumbai, maharashtra .

3. Mudra institute of communication , ahmadabad , gujrat.

4. IMT, ghaziabad, UP

5. Jeviyerinstitute of management , bhuvaneshwar, orissa.

6. T.A. pai management institute, manipal, sikkiam.

7. k.j. somaiya institute of management studies and research, mumbai, maharashtra.

8. institute of management, nirma university, ahmadabad, gujrat

9. kraist university, institute of management, banglore.

10. aacharya institute of management and sciences, banglore .

11. EMPI business school , Delhi

12. Indus Business academy, bangalore

13. Lovely Professional University, fagwara, punjab.

14. gyan jyoti institute of management and technology, mohali, punjab

15 Fortune institute ofinternational business, delhi

16. eastern institute for integrated learning in management, kolkata .

17. International institute of business studies, Banglore

18. Skyline Business school, New delhi

19. Asian School business management, bhuwaneshwar, orissa

20. Takshshila Business school, jaipur, rajasthan ..

21. Rajgiri center for business studies , kochi, kerala

22. shiva shivani institute of management, sikandarabad, Andhrapradesh

23. Accurate institute of management and tech., greater noida

24. Netaji subash institute of management sciences, delhi

25. sanghvi institute of management and science, indore, MP

26. Achayrya`s bangluru b-school (ABBS)

27. KLS institute of management education and research, belgaon, karnataka

28. National School of Business, banglore

29. I.T.S. institute of management, Gr. Noida UP

30. Dept. of Management studies, Amrapali institute, uttarakhand.

31. Dra. Gaur hari singhaniya  institute of management and research, kanpur, U.P.

 32. I.P.S. academy  institute of business managementand research indore, MP

33. Shiva institute of management studies, ghaziabad, UP

34. Indus business Academy, Gr. Noida, UP

35. Balaji institute of modern management, pune, maharashtra (BIMM)

36. Sidhh gangainstitute of technlogy, tumkur, karnataka

37. IIKM Business school, chennai

38. Dutta Megha institute of management studies , nagpur, maharashtra

39. Jagannath international management school, new delhi

40. school of management studies, wales university, chennai

41. aloysiyas institute of management and information technology, manglore, karnataka

42. AICAR business school, Neral, maharashtra

43. ICBM school of business excellence, Hyderabad

44. The Oxford college of business management, banglore

45. Holygrace academy of management studies , kerala

46. arked business college, patna, bihar

47. Bharat University, Department of management studies, chennai

48.Aryan business school, chandigarh

49. Oriental education society , navi mumbai, maharashtra

50. Maharaja agrasen institute of management and technology , jagardhi, haryana

Source: Menline accurate Media Network via Bhaskar Lakshya

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Sunday, April 3, 2011

How many members legislative council can have?

Today, I will explain how many members legislative council(Vidhan Parishad) of a state in India can have.

~ It has not more than one third of the total number of MLAs in the state.

~ Not Less than 40.

However, Legislative Council of Jammu and Kashmir has 36 members vide Section 50 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir.

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How Members of Legislative Council are elected

Today, I will explain how members of legislative council (vidhan parishad) of a state in India are elected.

1. One third(1/3) by MLAs among people who are not part of it.

2. One third by electorates(matdata). And Electorates includes members of municipalities, district boards and other local bodies in the states.

3. One-twelfth by electorate consisting of persons who have been, for at least three years, engaged in teaching in educational institutions within the state not lower in standard than secondary school.

4.One-twelfth by registered graduates of more than three years standing.

5. Remaining members are nominated by Governor from among those who have distinguished themselves in literature, science, art, cooperative movement and social service.

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Thursday, March 31, 2011

How to play sitoliya

Today, I will explain how to play sitoliya step by step. In maharashtra it is called lingorchya, pitthoo in haryana and lagori in karnataka.

Now how it is played:-

1. 7 piece of stones. Stones should be such that we can make heap of them.
2. A Ball.
3. A ground.

Teams :- You can make two teams as many players can play it. just equally divide them. A minimum of six players will be good.

Step 1 :- Make heap of 7 stones in the center.

Step 2 :- From center, measure around 8 feet to mark line from where one of the team throw ball to the heap of stones.

Step3 :- Now 1 team will bat and other will field , decide it by toss or mutual understanding.

Step 4 :- 1 player of batting team will throw the ball and one player of fielding team will stand to catch the ball. And others will spread in the ground.

Step 5 :- batting team can not cross the boundaries otherwise they are out.

Step 6 :- Now player will throw the ball.

case 1:- opponent player catches the ball in one tip and stones are not destructed then player will be out next player will come.
case2 :- opponent player can not catch the ball and stones are also not destructed then he will get another chance up to 3 and after three chances he will out and next player will come.
case3 :- opponent player catches the ball and also stones are destructed then player will get chance from one.
case4 :-  opponent player can not catch the ball and stones are destructed now the drama begins.

step 7 :- The aim of the batting team is to arrange stones back in the heap then shout sitoliya and fielding team is to hit the ball to batting player.

step 8 :- Fielding team can not run while having ball in the hand, they can pass the ball to their teammates.

step 9 :- If batting team is able to arrange stones back they will got one point and their all players who are out will alive again.

step 10 :- If fielding team is able to hit the ball to any one of batting team member then whole batting team will be out and fielding team will do batting.

step 11 :- The team which scores seven points first will be winner.

Following Skills are required to play the game :-

1. Throwing ball.
2. Escaping hit from ball if you are in batting team.
3. Arranging stones quickly if you are in batting team.
4. Distracting opposite team from the stones.

This is how sitoliya is played. If you have any problem then we will discuss it in comments.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

What are the qualifications for election as president

Today , I will post the required qualification to fought election to become president of India.

1. Should be Citizen of India.

2. Age should be more than 35 years.

3. Should not be member of any house of parliament nor legislature.

4.Should not hold any office of profit under government of India or any state.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Top Institute of journalism in india

Today I am posting Top Institute of journalism.

1. The Dilli school of Communication Course.

2. Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication, pune

3. Indian institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi

4. A J Kidwai Mass communication Research Center .

5. National Institute of Social Communication, Research and training , Ghaziabad

6. Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan , New Delhi

7. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishvavidyalaya , Bhopal

8. Bhartiya Jansanchar sansthan, New Delhi

9. Jamiya Milliya Islamiya  New Delhi

10. Bhartiya chalchitra evam Television sansthan ,pune

11. Tamilnadu film evam Television sansthan , Chennai

12. vidya bhavan jansanchar evam prabandhan mahavidyalaya , kolkata

13 Guru Jambheshvar vishvavidyalaya, hisar Haryana

14 Rajasthan University

15 Pune University

16 Jeviar patrakarita sansthan , Mumbai

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Judgment on Rishabhdeo temple dispute By Supreme Court

Today I am posting step by step procedure to read judgment by supreme court on Rishabhdeo temple dispute. Rishabhdeo is situated in udaipur district of rajasthan state.

1) Click on the link below:-

2)  In the left panel click on "Date of judgement" Tab.

3) Now a form will open.

4) From Date : 04- Jan -2007
    To date : 04 - Jan - 2007
    Reportable : All

5) Now click on "submit" Button.

6) Now a table will open go to serial number 3, Its title is "Deewan Singh & Ors. vs. Rajendra Prasad ARdevi & Ors" . In this row click on "Click here to see Subject, Head Notes, Citation and Judgment" , The last column.

7) Here comes the judgment.

8) To see it in pdf format click on "click here to see in pdf format" In top-right side.

Hope this will help to understand what supreme court`s actual judgment was !!!!!

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Monday, February 28, 2011

criteria for bpl family in kerala

Today, I will explain criteria to declare a family BPL in Kerala. Kerala has different criteria than other states.

In Kerala there are nine parameters and family which lack access of four or more parameters is declared as BPL.

Nine parameters for urban areas.

1. No land or less than 5 cents worth of land. (a cent equals to 1/100 acre or 40.468 meter square)

2. No House or dilapidated house. (tuta-futa ghar)

3. No sanitation toilet.

4. Family without color television.

5. No regular employed person in the family.

6.  No access to safe drinking water.

7. Women headed household or presence of widow or divorced.

8.  SC/ST

9. Mentally retarded or disabled member in the family.

Nine parameters for rural areas :-

Only 1 parameter is different color television criteria is replaced by "family with illiterate adult member".

click here to read criteria for BPL family in other states of India

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Friday, February 25, 2011

Top 10 All time Great Politician of Independent India

This list is based on my views and research I have done.

1) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

2) Atal Bihari Vajpeyee 

3) Lal Bahadur shastri 

4) Narendra Modi 

5) Indira Gandhi 

6) Nitish Kumar 

7) Jawahar Lal Nehru

8) Rajiv Gandhi 

9) Morarji Desai 

10) Ram Manohar Lohia

What you think???
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

My First Gazhal

This is my first Gazhal. Don`t know whether I can call it a gazhal or not. I tried my best. Give me comments and tell me about my mistakes.

Radeef = हैं

Kafiya =  अर

vajna  =  फायलातुन फाइलुन

कहने भर को शहर हैं |
पत्थरो का बसर हैं |

कामयाबी के सफ़र में,
हर अगर तो जहर हैं |

पार पा ले डर पे गर,
फिर तो आसा सफ़र हैं |

बोलता हूँ सच, तभी
दूर मुझसे ज़फर हैं |

गैर की तो बात क्या,
अपनों का ही कहर हैं |

कोहरा फैला तो क्या ,
होने को फिर भी सहर हैं |

लोग सब कल आएँगे,
आज `अंकुर` जिधर हैं |

Tell me about my mistakes...

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Mahatma Gandhi`s Dynasty

Today I am Posting Mahatma Gandhi`s dynasty. Don`t be confused it is not nehru gandhi Dynasty. It is Mahatma Gandhi`s Dynasty

Mahatma Gandhi had Four sons and had 13 grandson/granddaughter.

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Friday, February 11, 2011

Gilli Danda

Once upon a time there was a famous street game in the nation. That game was called Gilli Danda. My father used to play it in his childhood. I am not writing this post to make it popular once again, I am writing  it just to keep a history.

Gilli Danda

Now how It was played. Take a look:-

Accessories :- 1. Gilli - 3 inches long 1 inch diameter at the centre
                       2. Danda - 2 feet long and 1-inch in diameter

From image gilli and danda are clear. Gilli is smaller than danda and tapered at both ends as you can see in the image.

Teams :- You can make two teams as many players can play it. Just equally divide them into two teams.

step 1:- Toss the coin. The team which wins it can select batting or fielding.

step 2:- A circle and hole made in the center from where batsman will bat.

step 3:- First player of team who is batting will bat and other team is spread in the ground to catch.

step 4:- Batsman lifts the gilli high in the air with the danda hitting the gilli at one end (tapered) and quickly strikes it.

case 1:- Batsman not able to strike the gilli in 3 continuous chance then he is out and next player of same team will come to bat.

case 2:- Batsman strikes the ball and fielder catches it before it touches the ground  then also he is out and next player of same team will come to bat.

case 3:- Batsman strikes the ball and gilli not caught then distance is measured from the center to where gilli falls and each danda is equal to one point.

step 5:- Each batsman of first team bat and we total the points team scored.

step 6:- Now fielding team bat and batting team fields and the team which scores more points will win the match.

however, In every street there were different rules .

Today I give condolence to this game. May it always remembered.
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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Top institutes of design, India

Information about top institutes For graphic design, photography, game design, web design, cartooning

Graphic Design

2) Industrial Design center, IIT Bombay, Povai, Mumbai

3)Srishty school of art, Design and technology, Banglore

4) Department of design, IIT Guwahati

5) IIT , Kanpur

6) Symbiosis institute of disign , pune, Maharashtra


1) Jamiya Milliya islamiya, New delhi

2)Fargoosan college, Pune

3) India International photographics council , Barakhamba road , new delhi

4) Allahabad university, Allahabad

5) University of delhi, New delhi


1) Delhi college of art , New Delhi

2) J J School of art, Mumbai

3) National institute of design, Ahmdabad

4) Keral Cartoona Academy, Kerala

5)A P J Institute of design, new delhi

6) Indian institute of cartoonist, Banglore

7) M S university of Baroda , Varodara, Gujarat

Web Designing

1) Pixel maya, Chennai

2) Sumeroo academy of digital arts, pune

3) Atom multimedia , koimbatoor , Tamilnadoo

4)Edit institute , Mumbai

5) Image institute of digital technology , Banglore , Karnataka

6) Bangalore management Academy, Banglore, Karnataka

7) TGC Animation and multimedia, new delhi

Game Designing

1)  Industrial Design center, IIT Bombay, Povai, Mumbai

2) DSK International school of design, pune , maharashtra

3) Srishty school of design, banglore

4) Image college of art, animation and technology, Chennai

5) Arena animation school, mathura road, new delhi

6) School of audio engineering, chennai

For more information feel free to comment

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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Article on Police and common man

This is an article on police and common man.
Rajasthan police is having a slogan Apradhiyo me dar , aam admi me vishvaas . Now don`t start laughing. This is true. and if you not believe me then ask any rajasthani he will confirm it.

But what`s happening in rajasthan is just opposite of it. Aparadhi  is having vishvaas that police will not take any action against us and by chance if they did so then just a bribe of rs 100 will save them.

and aam admi is having dar by the police. They even don`t want to go to police station. They say "In  police valo se to na dosti achchhi hain na dushmani". And one of my friend says "Daakan to fir bhi ek ghar chhod deti hain ye police vale to vo bhi nahi chhodte".

Things should really change and policeman should make us believe that "we are also human like you only". and they should maintain the law. And aparadhi should be threatened.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Do we really Have RTI???

Here I am Giving a list of the attacks on RTI Activists.


1. 26 Jan ’11, MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON DR AMARNATH PANDEY, Sonbhadra District, UP

2. 25 Jan ’11, MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON VIKRANT KARNIK, Thane Dist, Maharashtra

3. 17 Jan ’11, ASSAULT ON SAFDAR ALI, Doda Dist., J&k
4. 2 Jan ’11, ATTACK ON YASHWANT GAVAND, Bhandup, Mumbai

5. 2 Jan ’11, ATTACK ON ARUN BABURAO MANE, Pune Dist, Maharashtra


1) 20 Dec ’10, ASSAULT ON ABDUL GHANAI MIR, Doda Dist., J&K

2) 18 Dec ’10, “ACCIDENTAL” POLICE KILLING OF IRFAN YUSUF QAZI, Ratnagiri Dist, Maharashtra

3) 25 Nov ’10, ASSAULT ON ALI MOHD DAR, Budgam Dist, J&K

4) 27 Aug ’10, MURDER OF RAMDAS PATIL GHADEGAONKAR, Nanded Dist, Maharashtra:

5) 9 Aug ’10, ASSAULT ON BUDHAI KUMAR, Sitapur Dist, UP

6) 27 July ’10, MURDER OF HOME GUARD BABBU SINGH, Bahraich Dist, UP

7) 20 July ’10, MURDER OF AMIT JETHWA, Ahmedabad, Gujarat


9) 23 June ’10, FALSE FIR AND ARREST OF RAMESH AGRAWAL, Raigarh Dist, Chattisgarh

10) 31 May ’10, ASSAULT ON GHULAM NABI SHAH, Budgam Dist, J&K

11) 22 May 2010, MURDER OF DATTATRAYA PATIL, Kolhapur Dist, Maharashtra


13) 21 Apr ’10, MURDER OF VITTHAL GITE, Beed Dist., Maharashtra

14) 17 Apr ’10, HARASSMENT OF MULKH RAJ, Udhampur Dist, J&K


16) 4 Apr ’10, MURDER OF SOLA RANGA RAO, Krishna Dist, Andhra Pradesh

17) 1 Apr ’10, THREAT & MOB ATTACK ON ADVOCATE ABHAY PATIL, Jalgaon Dist, Maharashtra

18) 16 Mar ’10, THREAT & MOB ATTACK, SUMAIRA ABDULALI & NASEER JALAL, Raigad Dist, Maharashtra


20) 26 Feb ’10, MURDEROUS ATTACK ON ARUN SAWANT, Badlapur, Maharashtra:

21) 26 Feb ’10, THREAT & HARASSMENT OF DR MUZAFFAR BHAT & seven others, Budgam Dist. J&K

22) 14 Feb ’10, MURDER OF SHASHIDHAR MISHRA, Begusarai-Barauni, Bihar:

23) 11 Feb ’10, MURDER OF VISHRAM LAXMAN DODIYA, Surat, Gujarat:

24) 13 Jan ’10, MURDER OF SATISH SHETTY, Pune, Maharashtra

25) 12 Jan ’10, ASSAULT & FAKE FIR ON AJAY KUMAR & colleagues, New Delhi



28) 6 Jan ’10, ASSAULT & FALSE FIR ON PRIYANKA BORPUJARI &other Mumbai journalists, Dantewada, Chhatisgarh:

Now Think Again Do We Really Have Right to Information???????

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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Ten important suggestions for election

The article is taken from rasrang,dainik bhaskar. The cover story is from Aditya shankar dubey. I translated it into English. I may or may not agree with the suggestion. We will discuss about each point in the comments.
The suggestions are:-

1) Compulsory voting: The voting should be compulsory from gram panchayat to parliament.

2) Cancel public representative : People should be given right to cancel the selection of a public representative by voing if they are not satisfied by his work.

3) Elect party, not candidate : Voters elect their favorite party instead of electing a candidate and candidate of that party will be elected.

4)Fifty Percent votes are compulsory : To win a election the candidate must get fifty percent votes. If winner candidate has not got 50% vote then in next Stage election will be between first two candidate.

5)All elections together: All election whether gram panchayat or state or center should be done together.

6) If no party gets the majority in election then all party togther will form the government.

7) Control on number of parties : Election committee should operate the process of registration of party on the basis of their performance in the election. Election committee should increase The minimum number of primary member  of a party.

 8) Bail amount should be increased to control not serious candidates.

9) Only One Seat: Candidates must not allowed to contest election from more than one seat.

10) One Voter list: For all elections whther parliament or assemblies or else , Only one voter list should be used.
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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Was it right or wrong?

On 26 jan.when whole nation was celebrating 62nd republic day, at 8:00 PM somebody murdered a guy whose age was just around 31. He came with a purpose to loot him. The police was caught badly drunk. It was 6th incident in town in just 2 and half month. No one is arrested yet in last 5 incidents. One caught was escaped due to poor clause. The Outrageous public jammed the national highway no. 8. Was it right or wrong??
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

FAQ on Tiranga Yatra

1. By doing this kashmir`s peaceful environment will violated!!
 If Gandhi, bhagat subhash chandra bose and many freedom fighters would have thought that by doing agitation or march , peace will violate in the country then we may not get freedom. What kind of peace they are talking about? Separatists are challenging us and we are behaving like a coward. We don`t need peace on the price of kashmir.

2. It is political drama!!
It may be the case, but then also the flag should be hoisted at lal chowk. What message you are giving to separatist?

3. Only BJP workers are patriotic!!
No, it is not the case. I am not a BJP worker but I am patriotic and then also I want to hoist the flag in the lal chowk. And I will welcome if prime minister on the behalf of whole nation hoist the flag in the lal chowk.

4. Why only Lal chowk?
Lal chowk is the place where all anti-national activities by the separatists are executed. It is a symbol to show them that we are alive. And we have not surrendered in front of you.

If they don`t allow to hoist the flag my heart will break.

है भारत माँ, कल तिरंगा शान से लाल चौक में लहराए.....

तेरा वैभव अमर रहे माँ
हम दिन चार रहे ना रहे
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How to apply for NREGA

Today, I will explain what is the process of registering to NREGA and how to get job from it.

NREGA is an Act to provide a legal guarantee of 100 days of wage employment
in a year to every rural household whose adult members volunteer to do
unskilled manual work. He/she will get the minimum wage rate notified for
agricultural labour in the State until the Central Government notifies a minimum
wage rate, which in any case shall not be less than Rs. 60 per day.

To Apply for the NREGA give an application to gram panchayat .

Panchayat will verify two things:-
1) are you an adult
2) are you belong to same village.

Then they will issue a job card for you (this should be done within 15 days) :-

Now to get employment you should submit application to the gram panchayat or programme officer(at block office). The demand has to be for at least 14 days of continuous work.
Not forget to take reciept from gram panchayat.
Then a letter from panchayat will come with information of your job. If your job is not within 5 km radius you will get allowance for it.
You will get your payment weekly.

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

About my Blog`s Name

First of all, I decided to give my blog the name "". But then I thought I can`t change my name but I can change my blog`s name. And then I chose ""

Now also somebody will find out my religion in my name but I am requsting you all that I am Indian and India is my religion. I don`t live in India but India lives in me.

I write article as an indian and not as jainy , rajasthani or something else.

Jai hind
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Saturday, January 22, 2011

List of states having legislative council

Here I am giving A list of states having Vidhan Parishad (Legislative council)


Andhra Pradesh





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Thursday, January 20, 2011

How president of India elected

The process of election of president of India is complicated and today I will explain it in very easy language and by examples.
The voters of the election are:-
1.       MPs of Lok Sabha
2.       MPs of Rajya Sabha
3.       MLAs of vidhan sabha
The Value of vote of MPs and each MLA is different.
~  Finding Value of vote of MLAs
The value of vote of MLA depends state by state or we can say MLA of each state has different value of his vote.
Divide the total population of the state by Total seat in Vidhansabha of that state and again divide it by 1000 and the result will be the value of vote of MLA.
In Rajasthan Suppose total population is 5,64,73,122 and Number of MLA are 200.
5,64,73,122/200 = 282365.61
Again divide it by 1000
282365.61/1000 = 282.365
The value will be 282.

~ Finding Value of vote of MPs
Note:- The value of vote of MPs of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha are same.
Now to find the value of vote of MPs
-          Multiply the value of vote of MLAs in a state with number of MLA in that state(do it for each state)
In rajasthan it will be 282 * 200 =  56400
-          Add them
-          Divide it by total number of MPs (Lok Sabha + Rajya Sabha)
This will be the value of vote of MPs
The Voter will give the preference to each candidate.
It will look like :-
1.       Bhairo singh shekhawat
2.       Pratibha Patil
3.       Ram Lal
4.       Mohan singh
~ Now I will explain how counting is done …..
To win the election a candidate must get (total number of valid votes divided by 2) +1
Suppose candidate get first prefernce votes like:-
1.       Bhairo singh shekhawat---- 5,250
2.        Pratibha Patil  --- ----------------4,800
3.        Ram Lal---------------------------- 2,700
4.         Mohan singh-------  ------------2,250
Total Number of Valid votes = 5250 + 4800 + 2700 + 2250 = 15000
15000/2 = 7500
7500+1= 7501
So a candidate need 7501 votes to win the election, as you can see no one has got that
Now Last candidate will be out of the race and his votes will be distributed between remaining three on the basis of second preference.
Now Mohan singh is out of the race his first preference votes are 2250 now suppose in these 2250 ballot papers the second preference is recorded as :-
 Bhairo singh shekhawat - 300
Pratibha Patil  - 1050
Ram Lal – 900
These will be transferred and added to the first preferences in favour of 1, 2 and 3 as follows
A . Bhairo singh shekhawat.. 5,250 + 300 = 5,550
B Pratibha Patil.. 4,800 + 1050 = 5,850
C . Ram Lal-. 2,700 + 900 = 3,600

Now in the second count, therefore, C having obtained the last number of votes is eliminated and 3,600 votes secured by him are once again transferred to A and B in the order of third preferences recorded thereon.
Suppose the third preferences on the 3,600 ballot papers recorded in favour of A and B are 1700 and 1900 respectively the result of this second transfer would then be as under:

A Bhairo singh shekhawat. 5,550 + 1,700 = 7,250
B Pratibha Patil   5,850 + 1,900 = 7,750

Now Pratibha patil have votes more than 7501 so she wins.

As you can see in first preference Bhairo singh shekhawat was ahead but at last Pratibha patil wins.

Note :- The statistics used in this post is imaginary and its aim is to make people understand the process easily.

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Monday, January 17, 2011

A Gazhal

Today I read a Gazhal written by my father, Mr. Bhawishya dutt 'bhawishya'. I liked it very much and I am posting it, hope you will also like it.

रोशनी मद्धम हुई अब क्या करें,

साजिशें, सूरज ने की अब क्या करें |

ढील देकर खेंच लेता डोर को,

हर पतंग ऐसे कटी अब क्या करें |

बेपरों की ज़िंदगी, परवाज़ पर,

तब्सरा करने लगी अब क्या करें |

पहले ही तो धूप यां आती नहीं,

बंद होने को गली, अब क्या करें |

नफरते ही नफरते हैं शहर में,

प्यार की सूखी नदी अब क्या करें |

इस कदर खामोश हैं यां लोग की,

चीखने चुप्पी लगी अब क्या करें |

भविष्य दत्त 'भविष्य'
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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Criteria for BPL family in india

Today I will explain criteria for BPL family in India.

~A family whose income annual income is less than Rs 20,000 and
~Not having 2 hactares of land/ pucca ghar / TV/ fridge / Motor cycle etc.

3,87,660 families are declared BPL in 9th survey in 2002.

 In Kerala however criteria is different.

click here to know criteria in kerala

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Aankh vala andhaa

This is an article on prime minister manmohan singh regarding corruption and recent 2-g spectrum scam.

He is blind. But he do not know that he is because he is having an eye.
There are two types of blinds in the world. One, without eyes and second having eyes. Blinds, Not having eyes are recognised easily but it is hard to recognise the ones with eyes. But he is, definitely a blind with eye.
He is not able to see anything or we can say he do not want to see anything.

In past There was three monkeys of gandhiji(Mahatma Gandhi). One closed his eyes, one closed ears and one closed mouth. But today,gandhiji(Sonia gandhi) is having only one. and he has closed his eyes as well as his ears and mouth. He is following the gandhi in the way-bura mat dekho, bura mat suno, bura mat kaho.

CAG Report said that we had revenue loss of Rs 1.76 lakh crore due to non-auctioning of the spectrum. The point is what was PM doing when this policy is applied? The Supreme Court rightly asked, was the Prime Minister sleeping?  India`s biggest scandal happened in his cabinet and he is sitting in his PMO having a finger on his mouth just like a child of LKG.

Congress gave a statement that PM is honest.  He did not knew about it.  The whole case justifies an old statement of Lal krishna advani that "he is weakest prime minister ever" .  Has he any value in the cabinet or not?

After biggest scam ever opposition is asking for the JPC which is quite natural but congress is not accepting it. congress has a list of excuses. Whole winter session has wasted. Congress is not accepting the demand of JPC . What congress wants to hide? if congress is very innocent then it should not hesitate from any enquiry.

Mean while PM once broke the silence and said "I am ready to appear against PAC" . And after within 24 hours pranab da threatened him saying that "he should not give any statement without discussing". really he is very weak Prime minister.

Now I expect from the BJP as a good opposition stick with his demand of JPC and from PM take the permission of sonia gandhi to clarify what he was doing when the biggest scandal happened???
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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Criteria for state political party in india

Today I will explain criteria for state political party in very simple language. And Then I will give statewise list of the state political parties.

The party should complete one of the two following conditions:-

1) It is involved in political activities for the continuous five years and
  * in the last general election(aam chunav) the party has at least one member over every twenty five member from that state in the house of people (lok sabha) or any fraction of that number.
ex:- There are 25 members from rajasthan in the loksabha, so party need at least one member in the loksabha
*in the last assembly election(vidhan sabha ke chunaav) the party has at least one member over every thirty members in the vidhansabha(Lagislative assembly) or any fraction of that number.
ex:-In rajasthan there 200 members in the vidhan sabha so party need at least 6 members in the vidhan sabha.

2) It should get at least 6% of the total valid votes in the general election from that state or in the assembly election.

Now I am giving the list of state parties in India state by state:-

1. Andhra Pradesh

        1. Praja Rajyam Party
        2. Telangana Rashtra Samithi
        3. Telugu Desam

2. Arunachal Pradesh
        1.Arunachal Congress
        2.All India Trinmool Congress
        3.People`s party of arunachal

3. Assam
        1. All India United Democratic Front
        2. Asom Gana Parishad
        3. Bodoland Peoples Front

4. Bihar
        1. Janata Dal (United)
        2. Lok Jan Shakti Party

5. Goa
        1.Maharashtrawadi Gomantak
        2. Save Goa Front

6. Haryana
        1. Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)
        2. Indian National Lok Dal

7. Jammu & Kashmir
        1. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
        2. Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party
        3. Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party

8. Jharkhand
        1. Janata Dal (United)
        2. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
        3. Jharkhand VikasMorcha (Prajatantrik)
        4.AJSU party

9. Karnataka
         Janata Dal (Secular

10. Kerala
         1. Janata Dal (Secular)
         2. Kerala Congress
         3. Kerala Congress (M)
         4. Muslim League Kerala State Committee

11. Madhya Pradesh
          Samajwadi Party

12. Maharashtra
         1.Shiv Sena
         2.Maharashtra Navnirman Sena

13. Manipur
         1. Manipur People’s Party
         2. National People’s Party

14. Meghalaya
          1. All India Trinamool Congress
          2. United Democratic Party

15. Mizoram
          1. Mizo National Front
          2. Mizoram People’s Conference
          3. Zoram Nationalist Party

16. Nagaland
          Nagaland Peoples Front

17. Orissa
         1. Biju Janata Dal
         2. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha

18. Puducherry
         1.All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
         2.Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
         3. Pattali Makkal Katchi
         4. Pudhucherry Munnetra

20. Sikkim
         Sikkim Democratic Front

21. Tamil Nadu
         1.All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
         2.Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
         3.Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
         4. Pattali Makkal Katchi

22. Uttar Pradesh
         1. Rashtriya Lok Dal
         2. Samajwadi Party

23. Uttarakhand
         1.Samajwadi Party
         2. Uttarakhand Kranti Dal

24. West Bengal
         1.All India Forward Bloc
         2. All India Trinamool Congress
         3. Revolutionary Socialist Party

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Vote percentage should be increased

एक सप्ताह पहले मैं मधुबन, झारखण्ड में था | मभुबन में शिखर जी एक जैन तीर्थ हैं | वहा पर पर्वत की 27 किलोमीटर की चढ़ाई हैं | कई डोली वाले होते हैं वहा पर | एक दिन मैंने पहाड़ पर देखा की डोली वाले बहुत कम हैं | मैंने एक से पूछा क्या बात हैं आज डोली वाले बहुत कम हैं | उसने कहा बाबूजी आज चुनाव है | मैंने पूछा तुम नहीं गए वोट देने | उसने अंगुली का निशाँ बताते हुए कहा "दे कर आया हु" | आज काम पर नहीं आये तो आज तुम सब का नुकसान नहीं होगा क्या? तो उस का जवाब सुन कर मैं अचंभित रह गया | उसने कहा "वोट नहीं देते तो गलत आदमी चुन कर आ जाता , पाच साल झेलना पड़ता, वोट देना बहुत जरूरी हें"

I was really stunned at that time. People are becoming really aware. It simply showing India shining. But at the one end backward people are becoming aware, rich people do not care to vote. Actually they have no time for voting like stupid things. They all are dependent. They need servants for every work. Election comission should consider my suggestion. Allow servants of rich people to vote instead of them. At least 80 % voting should be done. In the up election 2007, BSP got not more than 30% vote and then also he is the ruling party. What kind of democracy it is ? In which 70 % people do not support the ruling party. I don`t know how but vote percentage should be increased. People must vote. Then only we can say government of the people by the people and for the people.
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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Procedure to make birth certificate

Here I am giving step by step procedure to make birth certificate in India. In the case you are born on or after 26.01.1989, only birth certificate issued by the Municipal authority or the office of the registrar of births & deaths is acceptable as a proof for date of birth to make passport and other documents. So to make your work simple. I am giving step by step procedure:-

1. Buy a form (generally it is an application to tahseeldar requesting him to give permission to issue your birth certificate having 2 rupee court fee) It costs rs 20 to 30

2. In application father will be the applicant and he declares the birth date and place with his signature.

3. Next, you nead affidavit of your father

4. Next, you nead affidavit or confession of two neighbours.

5. Next, you need secretary report to give permission to make your birth certificate.

6. Next, you need patvary report to give permission to make your birth certificate.

7. Now submitt it to Municipal authority or the office of the registrar of births & deaths and take your birth certificate within half an hour

Guys, it is very easy process and never give any commission price or bribe regarding it.

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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Happy Home

Home is not just made of walls, doors and windows. It needs something more. Home can be made heaven or hell. It completely depends on the members of it. Look at a sher –

मैं कुछ बेहतर ढूंढ रहा हूँ
घर में हूँ घर ढूंढ रहा हूँ                       -Vigyan Vrat

Here I am giving some tips to make a home heaven.

~ Take dinner together – Set your busy schedule in such a manner that at dinner you are with your whole family.

~Respect each other- Follow the policy “give respect and take respect”. Sometimes also show them that you are giving respect to them. Small things like birthday and anniversary wishing matters a lot, a lot … Keep it mind.

~Prioritize your family- Give priority to your family over your friends, office members etc. and also show them that you are giving priority to them.

~Communicate with each other – If you are disagree with others on some issues then don`t stop communication. Communicate with them and sort out the problem. Remember never stop communication.

~Trust each other

~Anger is natural but if one is angry then other should keep silence.

~Start morning with fresh mind.

I hope this article will be valuable. At last-

उसके घर जो दुनिया भर हैं
उस दुनिया में कितना घर हैं                     -Vigyan Vrat
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