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82 Buddha’s most powerful,positive own words Vote For BSP BSP is a formidable force, asserts Sindhia Special Correspondent BANGALORE: The ideology of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has been accepted in the State, and in a short time the party has emerged as a formidable socio-political force, according to party general secretary P.G.R. Sindhia. He was speaking at a function organised here on Saturday to welcome senior leader and former MP H.N. Nanje Gowda into the party. Mr. Sindhia said the party was positioning itself to be a “deciding factor”, and no party would be in a position to form the Government without the help of the BSP, which had emerged as a party of “all people”. The party had followed the directions of the Election Commission in letter and spirit, he said, adding that the BSP was a party with a “clean slate”. “We are not for capturing power by using wrongful means,” Mr. Sindhia said. Mr. Nanje Gowda said he would play the role of an adviser to the party. Three other leaders who joined the party on Saturday were Salingaiah, a leader of the Valmiki community; Muneer Sait, former president of the Chitradurga Janata Dal (S) minority cell; and B.G. Patil, former MLA and former Haveri Zilla Panchayat president. Party general secretary in charge of Karnataka Veer Singh and State party president Marasandra Muniyappa were present. BSP gains in Uttar Pradesh at BJP’s cost Sunday, 20 April , 2008, 10:22 New Delhi: The results of the Uttar Pradesh byelections have shown the plummeting electoral graph of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the country’s most populous State. The BJP’s showing in the April 16, 2008 poll was dismal with the exception of the Azamgarh Lok Sabha constituency where it ended the runner up. The winner there was Akbar Ahmad Dumpy of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which swept the byelections. The BSP won all five byelections, the results of which were declared on Wednesday. It won two Lok Sabha and three Assembly seats. The results came as no surprise to Uttar Pradesh watchers. The BJP’s vote percentage has been steadily coming down since the 2002 Assembly elections. The BJP secured 25.31 per cent votes in 2002. This figure went down to 22.17 percent in the 2004 General Elections. It fell further to 19.62 per cent in the last Assembly elections in May 2007. In contrast to the BJP graph, the BSP’s fortunes have been getting better and better. According to figures made available by the Election Commission, the BSP got 23.19 per cent votes in the 2002 Assembly polls, 24.67 per cent in the 2004 General Elections in Uttar Pradesh and 30.43 per cent in May 2007. Thanks to such overwhelming support, Mayawati formed a government on her own in Uttar Pradesh. The latest performance of the BJP illustrates its plight. It secured only 1.35 per cent votes in the Muradnagar Assembly constituency, situated in western Uttar Pradesh and a stronghold of the party till recently. The BJP got 3.5 per cent of votes in the Colonelgunj Assembly constituency and 5.03 per cent in Bilgram. In January 2008, the Ballia Lok Sabha seat, which fell vacant following the death of former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar — was won by his son Neeraj Shekhar on the Samajwadi Party ticket. While the BJP made much of the BSP failing to win the seat, the real loser was the BJP, which lost its security deposit after gaining less than 4 per cent votes. As against the BJP, the Samajwadi Party’s votes have remained more or less at the same level. In 2002 it secured 26.27 per cent, in 2004 this went up slightly to 26.74 per cent and it dipped in 2007 to 26.07 per cent. The Congress remains in a dismal State in Uttar Pradesh. It secured 8.9 per cent of votes in 2002. This went up a little to 12.04 per cent in 2004. But in 2007 this fell back to 8.84 per cent. Naturally, few BJP leaders want to discuss the mess in Uttar Pradesh, the State that sends the maximum number of members to the Lok Sabha and whose control is crucial for anyone wanting to rule India. When IANS buttonholed BJP spokesman and Rajya Sabha member Prakash Javadekar on the BJP’s expectations in Uttar Pradesh, his reply was: “Next week I am going to Uttar Pradesh and we will identify 50 good seats where we can work.” New battle ground drawn in UP? NDTV Correspondent Sunday, April 20, 2008: The Congress-BSP turf war in Uttar Pradesh seems to have intensified in recent times. Rahul Gandhi’s increased frequency of visits in UP, the state once Congress party’s bastion, has further infuriated UP Chief Minister Mayawati. Rahul Gandhi has been wooing Dalit voters in the state, who now form the biggest chunk of Maya’s vote bank. His repeated attack on the UP chief minister also fueled the fire. The Congress, which has been desperately trying to restore its lost pride in the state, openly warmed up to Mayawati before the Assembly polls but the resounding success of the Dalit leader in the elections that followed poured cold water on Congress’ plans. A disappointed Congress, which did very badly in the assembly polls under Rahul Gandhi, realised that without UP, the party’s prospects at the Centre were dim. Congress strategy to field the Gandhi heir in UP politics led to a little sense of insecurity for Maya. She, in order to keep her base intact started attacking Rahul. Now the two parties are engaged in regular verbal duel. Though, Rahul has been visiting various parts of the state espousing the cause of farmers, Dalits, minorities and OBCs, but the recent by-election results in the state show that Maya’s influence does not seem to stop. Mayawati in her own inimitable style has now demanded that the Centre giver her special package for drought hit Bundelkhand region or else she will withdraw support from the UPA government at the Centre. The situation seems to have come to a flash point and it is likely that Mayawati will withdraw support any time soon. Now it has to be seen how it affects at the national level as well crucial state of UP. Right now, BSP seems to have the edge but the Congress is trying hard to revive its past glory in the state, which returns maximum MPs to Parliament. Is Mayawati’s prime ministerial ambition coming in the way for a truce between Congress and BSP? Is Congress ready to accept the fact that the days of its dominance are gone, and that an assertive Dalit leader like Mayawati should be given the chance to rule the country. Mayawati issues ‘final’ warning to UPA Mayawati issues ‘final’ warning to UPA NDTV Correspondent Saturday, April 19, 2008 (Lucknow) A day after Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was out campaigning on the streets of Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has hit back at him. She asked Rahul to use his influence to get Rs 80,000 crore sanctioned for development in UP or else she was prepared to withdraw support to the Congress at the Centre. ‘’For the last time, I am warning. If the Centre does not give us aid or control rising prices in two-three months, we will pull out of the government. We will send a letter to the President and we will start an agitation,'’ said Mayawati. Rahul’s overtures towards Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa that is The Great Prabuddha Bharath in Bundlekhand, which is a BSP stronghold, seem to be hitting too close to home and the chief minister has decided not to hold back. ‘’Congress’ yuvraj should use his influence to get Rs 80,000 crore sanctioned for Uttar Pradesh. I am telling Congress and its yuvraj that instead of these theatrics for Bundelkhand, he should focus on constructive politics,'’ she said. Almost 21 per cent of voters in Uttar Pradesh are Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa that is The Great Prabuddha Bharath , who once voted for the Congress. But a majority are now with Bahujan Samaj Party. Now both parties are fighting hard to try and win over these votes and Rahul has made it clear he is coming back. Not surprisingly, the Congress got support from an old rival in Uttar Pradesh, Mulayam Singh. The Maya-Rahul fight has clearly risen another decibel and it’s unlikely that the levels will go down before the general elections Online edition of India’s National Newspaper Friday, Apr 18, 2008 Observing the formalities — Photo: Bhagya Prakash K. Handover: (From left) Chief Electoral Officer M.N. Vidyashankar receiving the A form from BSP general secretaries Veer Singh and P.G.R. Sindhia and State party president M. Muniyappa in Bangalore on Thursday. BSP is widening its base, says Sindhia Special Correspondent BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday received a boost when a large number of people from the backward classes and minorities joined the party. They included members of the Uppara and Balijiga communities and Dalit Christians. Party general secretaries Veer Singh and P.G.R. Sindhia and State party president Marasandra Muniyappa were present on the occasion. Mr. Sindhia told journalists later that the BSP was working towards becoming “an inclusive party”. He many people from the ‘upper castes’ were also planning to join the party. The BSP, he said, was the first national party that had recognised the Dalit Christians as a marginalised class. The party would field Dalit Christian candidates in certain constituencies. Members of the Muslim, Brahmin, Balijiga, Gondali, Golla, Idiga, Achar, Tigala, Kshatriya, Ganiga, Besta, Shinta and Koli communities, who were under-represented in the political field were joining the party, Mr. Sindhia said. One of the leaders of the Dalit Christians, Mariswamy, said there were no less than 25 lakh Dalit Christians spread over 35 constituencies in the State. They were concentrated in Sarvajnanagar, Pulikeshinagar, K.R. Puram, C.V. Raman Nagar, Shivajinagar and Jayanagar in Bangalore city. They also had a large presence in Chamarajanagar, Kollegal, Tumkur, Kolar, KGF, Bangalore rural, Hassan, Sakleshpur and Bidar. Parimala’s entry into BSP queers poll pitch Laiqh A. Khan Dalits form a substantial chunk of the electorate in Hanur Her decision has taken many people in the region by surprise Parimala Nagappa MYSORE: Wife of the former Minister H. Nagappa and Janata Dal (Secular) MLA in the dissolved Assembly Parimala Nagappa’s recent entry into the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has queered the electoral pitch in Hanur Assembly constituency situated on Karnataka’s border with Tamil Nadu. Though Ms. Nagappa appeared to be on good terms with the Janata Dal (Secular) leadership, her sudden decision to join the BSP ahead of the coming Assembly elections has taken many people in the region by surprise. Ms. Nagappa, who announced her decision to join the BSP in Bangalore after meeting party supremo Mayawati, said she was forced to quit the Janata Dal (Secular) owing to the “changed election scenario.” After joining the BSP, Ms. Nagappa slammed the former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy for his failure to keep the promise on transfer of power to the Bharatiya Janata Party. Ms. Nagappa regretted that the Janata Dal (Secular)-BJP Government failed to order a CBI probe into the mysterious death of her husband in notorious forest bandit Veerappan’s captivity. But, political observers attributed Ms. Nagappa’s move to the inclusion of certain Dalit dominated pockets into Hanur Assembly segment from the adjoining Kollegal constituency during the recent delimitation exercise as well as the perceived disenchantment among sections of the Lingayats with the Janata Dal (Secular) over the issue of transfer of power. Ms. Nagappa apparently felt that her continuation in the Janata Dal (Secular) was not politically expedient to seek re-election from Hanur, an Assembly constituency dominated by Lingayats, the community to which she belongs. The addition of Palya and Satyagala hobli, which has a strong presence of BSP, into Hanur Assembly segment is believed to have lured her to join the Mayawati-led party. Apart from Lingayats, Dalits form a substantial chunk of the electorate in this sprawling constituency encompassing the jungles on the border of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu that used to be notorious forest outlaw Veerappan’s area of operation. Vokkaligas, Kurubas and Minorities form the rest of the electorate. The Congress was never an option for Ms. Nagappa as she was continuing her late husband’s tradition of opposing that party. Mr. H. Nagappa, who was a Janata Dal leader, had been a political rival of the former Minister the late Raju Gowda, a Congress leader. As a Janata Dal (Secular) candidate, Ms. Nagappa had put it across Mr Raju Gowda’s son, Narendra, who was fielded as a Congress candidate during the 2004 Assembly polls. Ms. Nagappa, who rode a sympathy wave during the 2004 Assembly elections, is now expected to find the going tough in the coming polls. Though the Congress has not yet announced its candidate, the party is expected to re-nominate Mr. Narendra. Ponnacchi Mahadevaswamy, who had tried to mediate with Veerappan during the abduction of. Mr Nagappa, is also in the race for Congress ticket. Meanwhile, the Janata Dal (Secular) will find it difficult to find a replacement for Ms. Nagappa to contest from Hanur. Though a businessman,Vishnu Kumar,has sought the Janata Dal (Secular) ticket, the local Kannada organisations had raised objections to his candidature on account of his Tamil Nadu origins. The BJP, which had decided against fielding any candidate during the 2004 polls as a gesture of sympathy to Ms. Nagappa, is planning to field a candidate from the constituency this time. BJP leader of Hanur.B. K Shivakumar is believed to be a front-runner in the race for the party ticket. Madiga sangha to support BSP Bangalore: The Karnataka Madiga Sangha has declared its support to the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in the coming elections because the Congress, the Janata Dal (S) and the Bharatiya Janata Party has failed to give “adequate representation” to the community while choosing their candidates. President of the Sangha H.C. Prakash told journalists here on Thursday that the Madiga population in the State is 85 lakh, and the BSP should give proportionate representation to the community. — Special Correspondent 35 candidates file nomination papers Special Correspondent BANGALORE: Thirty-five candidates, including 28 independents and nominees of smaller parties, filed their nomination papers in different constituencies on Thursday for the first phase of the Assembly elections to be held on May 10. Two candidates each from the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party, one each from the Congress, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Janata Dal (Secular) filed their papers. K.S. Puttanaiah of the Karnataka Sarvodaya Paksha and C.S. Puttaraju of the Janata Dal (S) filed their nomination papers for Melkote constituency in Mandya district. H.C. Shivaramu of the Karnataka Sarvodaya Paksha also filed his papers for Melkote constituency. Gowramma of the CPI(M) filed her nomination papers to contest from K.R. Puram constituency in Bangalore city. Three candidates filed their papers to contest from Mulbagal constituency in Kolar district. They are M. Munivenkatappa (Congress), N. Srinivasa and S. Krishnappa (both independents). No nominations today Nomination papers for the Assembly elections will not be accepted on Friday (April 18) as it is a public holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act. According to the provisions of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, nomination papers cannot be accepted on a public holiday, states an official press release. Rahul playing politics over Bundelkhand, says Mayawati Atiq Khan “Instead, he should focus on strengthening Congress” — PHOTO: PTI STERN WARNINg: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati addressing a press conference in Lucknow on Saturday. LUCKNOW: A day after Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi staged a dharna in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati accused him of playing petty politics over the Bundelkhand issue. Instead of politicising the issue of the region’s backwardness, the Congress “yuvraj” (Mr. Gandhi) should devote his energy towards strengthening the Congress (in Uttar Pradesh) and the United Progressive Alliance government, the Chief Minister told journalists here on Saturday. The price rise, which affected the people, was a far more important issue for the Congress and the Centre to tackle. The Bahujan Samaj Party chief advised Mr. Gandhi to rise above party politics and as an MP from the State should plead with the Centre Uttar Pradesh’s case for a Rs.80,000-crore special package. Ms. Mayawati threatened to finally withdraw support for the UPA-led government at the Centre if the package was not released in 2-3 months, and remedial measures were not taken to check price rise. Thereafter, the BSP would launch a countrywide agitation against the Congress-led government. With Bundelkhand emerging as the new battleground for the Congress and the BSP, Mr. Gandhi’s four-day visit to the backward region of the State and his meeting Dalit households added a new dimension to the face-off between the two parties. Ms. Mayawati placed the onus for the region’s backwardness on the 40 years of Congress rule in the State. The BSP chief termed Mr. Gandhi’s forays into the drought-hit region naatak baazi (drama) and depicted him as a leader divorced from ground realities. She said inflation could cause the downfall of the UPA government. The Chief Minister said that despite the absence of the special package, her government had launched several measures to mitigate the sufferings of the people of Bundelkhand. Deadline has expired Staff Reporter BANGALORE: No more chance to enrol yourself as a voter this time. The provision to fill application under Form 6 to include names in voters’ list has been stopped from April 16 till the completion of the election process, said B.S. Ramprasad, District Electoral Officer of the BBMP Electoral District The deadline to receive application has ended on Wednesday and the names of those who have submitted the applications with correct information will be included in the voters’ list, he added. Rahul playing politics over Bundelkhand, says Mayawati Atiq Khan “Instead, he should focus on strengthening Congress” — PHOTO: PTI STERN WARNINg: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati addressing a press conference in Lucknow on Saturday. LUCKNOW: A day after Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi staged a dharna in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati accused him of playing petty politics over the Bundelkhand issue. Instead of politicising the issue of the region’s backwardness, the Congress “yuvraj” (Mr. Gandhi) should devote his energy towards strengthening the Congress (in Uttar Pradesh) and the United Progressive Alliance government, the Chief Minister told journalists here on Saturday. The price rise, which affected the people, was a far more important issue for the Congress and the Centre to tackle. The Bahujan Samaj Party chief advised Mr. Gandhi to rise above party politics and as an MP from the State should plead with the Centre Uttar Pradesh’s case for a Rs.80,000-crore special package. Ms. Mayawati threatened to finally withdraw support for the UPA-led government at the Centre if the package was not released in 2-3 months, and remedial measures were not taken to check price rise. Thereafter, the BSP would launch a countrywide agitation against the Congress-led government. With Bundelkhand emerging as the new battleground for the Congress and the BSP, Mr. Gandhi’s four-day visit to the backward region of the State and his meeting Dalit households added a new dimension to the face-off between the two parties. Ms. Mayawati placed the onus for the region’s backwardness on the 40 years of Congress rule in the State. The BSP chief termed Mr. Gandhi’s forays into the drought-hit region naatak baazi (drama) and depicted him as a leader divorced from ground realities. She said inflation could cause the downfall of the UPA government. The Chief Minister said that despite the absence of the special package, her government had launched several measures to mitigate the sufferings of the people of Bundelkhand. Enquiry report to be submitted to government in 15 days Lucknow : April 21, 2008 A news item was published in the Indian Express Lucknow edition on April 06, 2008 that during the regime of the then Chief Minister Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mr. Amar Singh was allotted a 35 metre plot in the lower income category. It was also mentioned in the news item that in place of this Mr. Amar Singh was allotted another plot of 708 sq. metres in Vipul Khand in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow on which Mr. Singh constructed a house named Aishwarya. Taking the cognizance of the news, the State Government decided to order an enquiry into it. The State Government has asked the Principal Secretary, Urban Development Department Mr. S.R. Lakha to hold an enquiry into the facts contained in the news. Mr. Lakha will submit his enquiry report to the government within 15 days. Focus should not be only on e-Governance but also on Good Governance - Chief Secretary Lucknow, Dated 17-04-2008 The Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Prashant Kumar Mishra said that the State Government is effectively implementing the e-Governance in the State, with its top priority to Information Technology (IT). He said that, Information and Communication Technology should be used for the development of citizens, so that they could get the information and various services with ease. He said that the all procedures should be simplified and made transparent so that e-Governance could act as vehicle for better delivery of services to citizens and economic empowerment of the state. The Chief Secretary was today inaugurating a day-long State level e-Governance Workshop at hotel Taj Residency. This workshop was organized by the Department of Information Technology and Electronics (IT&E), GoUP. While addressing the invitees and participants of the workshop, as Chief Guest, he said that the electronic delivery of services to citizens from the “Jan Sewa Kendra” is becoming the prime need of present times. He said that the role of Information Technology in good governance could not be ignored, in present era. While referring to the continuous efforts being made for the promotion of IT in the state, Mr. Mishra said that e-Governance is a step in the right direction. He said that, for e-Governance to succeed and create a fruitful impact, it is imperative that the scheme on Public Private Partnership (PPP) model should be formulated. He also said that we should focus not only on e-Governance but also on Good Governance through e-Governance and all the e-Governance schemes must be citizen centric and should be available according to needs of the citizens. While stressing front-end delivery system to citizens, he said that, work is underway in the rural areas of the state for establishment of 17,909 Jan Sewa Kendras with the purpose of providing government and other various services. Through these Kendras 55,000 employment opportunities would be created in the rural areas. He also said that with the establishment of these Kendras, the public would not only become free from visiting the government offices time and again but would get information and documents at their door steps. The Chief Secretary said that the success of the e-Governance schemes, especially of the Jan Sewa Kendra, entirety depends on the interest shown by the departments whose citizen centric services have to be delivered through these Kendras. For this, the back office computerization work for various services by these departments should be taken up on a war footing. Mr. Mishra said, for the success of schemes like Jan Sewa Kendra, the role of district administration is very important. He called upon the Commissioners and the District Magistrates to provide full cooperation in the implementation of this scheme. He directed the Principal Secretaries and the Head of the Departments for the digitization and computerization, as well as the training of employees. He also instructed for amendment of the relevant government orders to provide these services to the common man through e-Governance. He said that the prime objective of this workshop is that the various stake holders, which include the government departments and private institutions, understand their roles properly so that the scheme could be implemented hassle-free. The Principal Secretary, I.T. & Electronics, Mr V.N. Garg while discussing the e-Governance vision said, for the successful implementation of the scheme the departments will have to adopt internal capacity building and introduce business process re-engineering on their conventional procedures. He said that for the success of e-Governance, the departments should take ownership of this scheme and their services through it and for this, a system would have to be evolved and implemented in which the accountability of the department is clearly defined as a stakeholder. He said that the e-Governance agenda of every department should be such where the citizen receives the maximum benefit and services are delivered at a fast pace through internet, exempting the citizens from visiting government offices. Mr. Garg said that the main role of Department of IT&E is to assist the various departments in implementing e-Governance. Under e-Governance, the GoUP is initiating three Core Infrastructure Schemes. These are – Jan Sewa Kendra, State Wide Area Network (SWAN) and State Data Centre. He said that for providing better services to the rural communities, the state has been divided into 07 zones for the establishment of 17909 Jan Sewa Kendras through 04 Service Centre Agencies selected, viz. M/s SREI Infrastructure Ltd., M/s 3i Infotech Ltd., M/s Comet Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and M/s CMS Computers Ltd. Mr. Garg said that through these Kendras, rural youth will get an opportunity of employment. He said that through these Jan Sewa Kendras citizen centric services of Revenue, Home, Urban Development, Panchayati Raj, Medical & Health, Administrative Reforms, Food and Civil Supplies, Social Welfare, Women Welfare and Child Welfare, Disabled Welfare, Election, Rural Development, Small-scale Industry, Labour, Stamp and Registration, Transport, Agriculture, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Higher Education, Technical Education, Medical Education, Energy Education, Finance (Treasury Department included), Planning, Commercial Tax, Cooperatives, Backward Classes Welfare, Minority Welfare, Cane and Sugar Mill Industry departments would be delivered in the first phase. Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner, Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta in his address said that with the establishment of Jan Sewa Kendras, the governance and development of IT would get a new dimension in the State and this scheme will also provide employment opportunities at a very large scale. Mr. Gupta while elaborating the role of various government departments said that the various Government to Citizen (G2C) services of various departments have been identified and Department of IT&E has been informed about these services. For the delivery of G2C services through Jan Sewa Kendras, he emphasised on computerization of offices and services at District/ Tehsil/ Block levels. He advised the DMs to organize and participate in sensitization workshops involving various departments and other stakeholders so as to generate awareness about this scheme among the public. He said that the state government has declared the Centre for e-Governance, U.P. as the Designated Agency for the implementation of this scheme. M/s Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) has been selected as the National Level Service Agency (NLSA) by the Government of India for facilitating state government in this scheme. Chairman, Board of Revenue, Mr Vinod Melhotra while addressing the concluding session of the workshop said that there is an immense potential for the development of IT in Uttar Pradesh. While discussing the importance of e-Governance in the state he said that the schemes should be implemented in such a manner so that the common public reaps maximum benefit out of it. He hoped that this workshop would facilitate the officials to utilize all this information and knowledge for transferring the benefits of e-Governance to communities. Additional Secretary, Department of IT, Government of India, Mr. R. Chandrashekhar while discussing the National e-Governance Plan said that with the establishment of CSCs, the rural citizens would get the real benefit of e-Governance. While outlining the measures adopted by the Union Government for the development of IT, he said that the Central Government would render all assistance to the development of IT in the State. He called upon the officers to work with dedication for providing the real benefit of e-Governance scheme to the public. At the workshop, Dr. Dinesh Tyagi, CEO, IL&FS as NLSA explained the technicalities and integrities of Jan Sewa Kendrs to all the officials. The workshop was attended by Principal Secretaries/Secretaries, Head of Departments as well as Divisional Commissioners and District Magistrates. Earlier, Special Secretary, Department of I.T. & Electronics and Managing Director, UPDESCO, Mr. Sanjay Prasad welcomed the dignitaries and participants attending the workshop. ———– Officers directed to arrest culprits immediately Lucknow : April 17, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati today undertook surprise visit to Bavankhedi village under Hasanpur police station in Jyotiba Phule Nagar (Amroha), where the family members of Shri Shaukat Saifi, a lecturer in Kisan Inter College, were done to death by slitting their throats. The lecturer was also killed by the culprits. The Chief Minister met Shabnam, the only survivor of the lecturer’s family, and consoled her. She assured the affected family that the police and the administration would make all-out efforts to nab the actual culprits. She announced financial assistance of Rs. Five lakh to the family members of the deceased. Besides, she also ordered to set up a police chowki in the village immediately and posting of one S.I. and two women constables for the security of the family. Expressing her grief over the incident, the C.M. directed the officers of the police and the district administration to arrest the culprits at the earliest no matter how influential they were. She asked them to register cases against the culprits under tough Sections, so that none of them could take advantage and escape the long arm of law. Ms. Mayawati said that the S.P. of Jyotiba Phule Nagar had constituted teams to nab the criminals. The police were leaving no stone unturned in arresting the guilty. The officers of the police and administration reached the spot immediately after receiving the news of the incident. The I.G. Police Bareilly Zone, D.I.G Police Moradabad Range and S.P. visited and inspected the spot. The inspector in-charge of Hasanpur has been placed under suspension with immediate effect by the D.I.G. Moradabad Range. Besides, sub-inspector Karan Singh, constable Vijai Pal and Tahir Raza have also been suspended by the S.P. with immediate effect. The C.M. said that the senior officers of the police carried out thorough inspection of the place of incident yesterday. Shaukat Saifi’s relatives were also interrogated. Besides, details of the calls of suspected persons were being analysed. She also directed the police administration to ensure that such incidents did not recur in future. It may be recalled that on the intervening nights of 14/15 April, Shri Shaukat Saifi, his wife Smt. Hashmi, son Anees and his wife Anjum and their son Arshad, Sajid and Rabia were killed by slicing their throats by some unidentified persons in their house. Km. Shabnam, who was sleeping at the roof at that time, unidentified escaped the incident. Several media representatives, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, I.G. Zone Bareilly, D.I.G. Moradabad, Divisional Commissioner, D.M. and S.P. and other senior officers of the district administration were present on the occasion. ****** power tariff unchanged for rural domestic and private tube wells (for irrigation purposes) Lucknow : April 16, 2008 The U. P. Government, while making its stand clear regarding a news item that appeared in a section of press quoting the Chairman of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC), said that through the tariff order issued by the SERC the energy charges for the small and medium industries had been raised from Rs. 3.90 per unit to Rs. 4.30. Thus, it was a mere 10.5 per cent increase in the tariff, while the news papers had exaggerated it to 22 per cent, which was totally false and baseless. Likewise, the news item reports 17 per cent increase in the power tariff for the heavy industries, which was incorrect. In fact, the increase in the power tariff for heavy industries below 11KV had been between 12 to 14 per cent, while for consumers above 11KV it was between 2 to 7 per cent. The SERC had amended power tariff for various categories of the consumers for the year 2008-09. According to it the power tariff for the rural domestic light/fan had not been increase. The energy charges had been kept at Re. 1.00 per unit as earlier. There is no increase in the power tariff rates of the private tube wells (for irrigation purposes). The energy charges have been kept at 74 paise per unit as earlier. ****** It is our resolve to complete Dr. Ambedkar’s Mission—Mayawati Lucknow : April 15, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati today announced to make Aligarh a new division, Kasganj a new district to be known as Kanshi Ram Nagar, Soron a new tehsil and setting up of a separate I.G. Police Zone in Agra Division at a three-day long Bhim Nagari function organised at the Kotali Bagichi Deori road in Agra . Giving information about the decisions of the State Government, she said that the creation of a new police zone would ensure better law and order in the Agra area. It would also accelerate the pace of development works in the region. She said that the Aligarh division would include Mahamaya Nagar, Etah, Aligarh and newly constituted Kanshi Ram Nagar districts with Aligarh as its headquarters. Agra division will now have four districts Mathura, Agra, Firozabad and Manpuri. Likewise, the headquarter of the I.G. Police Zone would be at Agra. She further stated that the newly constituted district of Kanshi Ram Nagar would include tehsils of Kasganj, Patiali and newly created Soron tehsil with its headquarter at Kasganj. Similarly, the Kasganj tehsil of Etah district would be reorganised and Soron tehsil would be created which would include Soron and Sahawar development blocks. Likewise, the eight villages of the Patiali block of Etah would now be included in the Jaithara block. The Nidhauli Kalan block of Etah district, which is presently in the Etah tehsil, would now be included in the Jalesar tehsil. She said that the Agra Police Range was currently under the Kanpur zone which is quite large and also includes Agra Police Range and Jhansi Police Range besides Kanpur. It was getting very difficult to control the law and order of Agra from Kanpur. She said that with the creation of this new zone it would become easier to take effective action against the criminals. She said that there was an increase in the criminal activities in the Agra Range and keeping it in mind the I.G. Police zone had been set up in Agra division. The Chief Minister laid foundation/made announcement of various schemes related to infrastructure facilities of Agra at the Bhim Nagari Mahotsava. She laid the foundation of a Rs. 30 crore housing project for construction of 1240 houses for the poor in Agra city. She said that the Agra was world famous for Taj Mahal and the State Government was committed to provide world class infrastructure facilities to this city. That’s why the foundations of various important scheme related to drinking water, sewer, houses for poor, education, health, energy, tourism and transportation had been laid. As many as Rs. 82.70 crore would be spent on drinking water, Rs. 21.62 crore on sewer arrangements in several areas and Rs. 15 crore for setting up a 132 KVA power sub centre at Bhim Nagari. Besides, two power sub stations of 33 KVA costing Rs. 2 crores each would be set up at Kurgawan and Sadhan villages of Agra district respectively. Moreover, a Government Girls Inter College would be set up at the Nainanajat development block Baroli Aheer at a cost of Rs. 98.51 lakh. A primary health centre (P.H.C.) would be set up at Simari village of Baroli Aheer at a cost of Rs. 77 lakh and the Agra-Jalesar road would be widened and strengthened at a cost of Rs. 13.55 crore. Rs. 5.5 crore would be spent to construct new building of police station for tourists in Agra. Ms. Mayawati also made several announcements for the all round development of Agra, which included Agra Water Supply Project for carrying water from Ganga canal to meet the challenges of drinking water problem of Agra city. It would be implemented very soon. The project would cost Rs. 1,076 crore. Besides, 20 rural localities of the Fatehpur Sikri area of the Agra district would be provided drinking water facilities under the Accelerated Rural Drinking Water Supply Project. The project would cost almost Rs. 90 lakh. She said that in Uttar Pradesh Footwear Industries mainly function through cottage industry in which leather and raxine are being used. The poor people got employment in large numbers in these industries. Many artisans belonged to Agra. For encouraging the artisans engaged in footwear industries. The rate of VAT which is presently 4 percent on the leather and raxine footwear costing up to the maximum of Rs. 300 has been abolished with immediate effect. For the sale facilities of products of small artisans shoe mandi would be constructed in Agra. She said that with a view to encourage the trade of leather footwear a leather park would be established in Agra in 250 acre of land costing Rs. 100 crore. The Chief Minister also announced that people would get rid of pollution created by Khattaghar situated at Nagla Rambal. It will be closed and the area would be beautified. A modern Khattaghar would be constructed after the sanction of Union Government with the cost of Rs. 31 crore. She said that in all the colonies of Bhimnagari area of Agra sewer line would be laid down costing Rs. 59.53 crore. She also announced that sewer line would laid down in Malin Bastis, beside the railway line with the cost of Rs. 5.73 crore and Rs. 9000 financial aid would be given to the each unit of the families living below the poverty line in these Malin Bastis for construction of toilets in houses. Besides it, Dr. Ambedkar park of Agra would be beautified after the sanction of Union Government with the expenditure of Rs. 5 crore. Ms. Mayawati also announced the construction of 5000 houses at Nehraich and Shashtripuram for the families living below the poverty line and residing in hutments. She said that with the view to improving the transport system of Agra city three railway bridges will be constructed on MG Marg between Collectorate and Ravli temple, from Rohta to Unkata and from Guru Ke Taal to Hari Parvat road. She said that the old stretchy bridge on Yamuna and the bridge situated near Arnota on river Kutangan would be re-constructed. For encouraging the handicrafts industries, the shilp gram, which was being run for three months so far would be run the whole year now. She announced to upgrade Panchsheel Inter College to the degree college level and sanctioned an amount of Rs. 1 crore to the college management. She paid her homage to the luminaries of social change, who struggled very hard for providing rights of equality to dalits and backwards. ******** C.M. pays floral tributes to Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s Statue Lucknow : April 14, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati paid floral tributes to the architect of the Indian Constitution Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar on his 117th birth anniversary at Hazratganj near GPO by offering flowers at his statue. On this occasion, PWD Minister Mr. Nasimuddin Siddiqui, Chairman U.P. Advisory Council and MP Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, Media Advisor Mr. Jamil Akhtar, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Prashant Kumar Mishra, Principal Secretary Information Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Principal Secretary Home Mr. J.N. Chamber, Principal Secretary to C.M. Kunwar Fateh Bahadur and Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet Sehgal and other senior officers were present. ******** C.M. greets people on Ambedkar Jayanti Lucknow : April 13, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati has extended her heartiest felicitations and good wishes to the people of the State on the birth anniversary of the architect of the Indian constitution and messiah of weaker sections and the exploited, Bharat Ratna Bodhisattva Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. In a message issued here today, the Chief Minister said that Dr. Ambedkar strived for the cause of dalits, backward, have-nots, minorities and the exploited people. He was responsible for inclusion in the constitution, the provision of equal opportunities to all irrespective of their caste and creed. Every section of society should take inspiration from, his sacrifice and struggle. Dr. Ambedkar always favoured creation of an egalitarian society where there was no place for social ills. 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BSP is a formidable force, asserts Sindhia

Special Correspondent

BANGALORE: The ideology of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has been accepted in the State, and in a short time the party has emerged as a formidable socio-political force, according to party general secretary P.G.R. Sindhia. He was speaking at a function organised here on Saturday to welcome senior leader and former MP H.N. Nanje Gowda into the party.

Mr. Sindhia said the party was positioning itself to be a “deciding factor”, and no party would be in a position to form the Government without the help of the BSP, which had emerged as a party of “all people”.

The party had followed the directions of the Election Commission in letter and spirit, he said, adding that the BSP was a party with a “clean slate”. “We are not for capturing power by using wrongful means,” Mr. Sindhia said.

Mr. Nanje Gowda said he would play the role of an adviser to the party.

Three other leaders who joined the party on Saturday were Salingaiah, a leader of the Valmiki community; Muneer Sait, former president of the Chitradurga Janata Dal (S) minority cell; and B.G. Patil, former MLA and former Haveri Zilla Panchayat president. Party general secretary in charge of Karnataka Veer Singh and State party president Marasandra Muniyappa were present.

BSP gains in Uttar Pradesh at BJP’s cost
Sunday, 20 April , 2008, 10:22

New Delhi: The results of the Uttar Pradesh byelections have shown the plummeting electoral graph of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the country’s most populous State.

The BJP’s showing in the April 16, 2008 poll was dismal with the exception of the Azamgarh Lok Sabha constituency where it ended the runner up. The winner there was Akbar Ahmad Dumpy of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which swept the byelections.

The BSP won all five byelections, the results of which were declared on Wednesday. It won two Lok Sabha and three Assembly seats.

The results came as no surprise to Uttar Pradesh watchers. The BJP’s vote percentage has been steadily coming down since the 2002 Assembly elections.

The BJP secured 25.31 per cent votes in 2002. This figure went down to 22.17 percent in the 2004 General Elections. It fell further to 19.62 per cent in the last Assembly elections in May 2007.

In contrast to the BJP graph, the BSP’s fortunes have been getting better and better.

According to figures made available by the Election Commission, the BSP got 23.19 per cent votes in the 2002 Assembly polls, 24.67 per cent in the 2004 General Elections in Uttar Pradesh and 30.43 per cent in May 2007.

Thanks to such overwhelming support, Mayawati formed a government on her own in Uttar Pradesh.

The latest performance of the BJP illustrates its plight. It secured only 1.35 per cent votes in the Muradnagar Assembly constituency, situated in western Uttar Pradesh and a stronghold of the party till recently.

The BJP got 3.5 per cent of votes in the Colonelgunj Assembly constituency and 5.03 per cent in Bilgram.

In January 2008, the Ballia Lok Sabha seat, which fell vacant following the death of former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar — was won by his son Neeraj Shekhar on the Samajwadi Party ticket.

While the BJP made much of the BSP failing to win the seat, the real loser was the BJP, which lost its security deposit after gaining less than 4 per cent votes.

As against the BJP, the Samajwadi Party’s votes have remained more or less at the same level. In 2002 it secured 26.27 per cent, in 2004 this went up slightly to 26.74 per cent and it dipped in 2007 to 26.07 per cent.

The Congress remains in a dismal State in Uttar Pradesh.

It secured 8.9 per cent of votes in 2002. This went up a little to 12.04 per cent in 2004. But in 2007 this fell back to 8.84 per cent.

Naturally, few BJP leaders want to discuss the mess in Uttar Pradesh, the State that sends the maximum number of members to the Lok Sabha and whose control is crucial for anyone wanting to rule India.

When IANS buttonholed BJP spokesman and Rajya Sabha member Prakash Javadekar on the BJP’s expectations in Uttar Pradesh, his reply was: “Next week I am going to Uttar Pradesh and we will identify 50 good seats where we can work.”

 

New battle ground drawn in UP?

NDTV Correspondent

Sunday, April 20, 2008:

The Congress-BSP turf war in Uttar Pradesh seems to have intensified in recent times.

Rahul Gandhi’s increased frequency of visits in UP, the state once Congress party’s bastion, has further infuriated UP Chief Minister Mayawati.

Rahul Gandhi has been wooing Dalit voters in the state, who now form the biggest chunk of Maya’s vote bank. His repeated attack on the UP chief minister also fueled the fire.

The Congress, which has been desperately trying to restore its lost pride in the state, openly warmed up to Mayawati before the Assembly polls but the resounding success of the Dalit leader in the elections that followed poured cold water on Congress’ plans.

A disappointed Congress, which did very badly in the assembly polls under Rahul Gandhi, realised that without UP, the party’s prospects at the Centre were dim.

Congress strategy to field the Gandhi heir in UP politics led to a little sense of insecurity for Maya. She, in order to keep her base intact started attacking Rahul. Now the two parties are engaged in regular verbal duel.

Though, Rahul has been visiting various parts of the state espousing the cause of farmers, Dalits, minorities and OBCs, but the recent by-election results in the state show that Maya’s influence does not seem to stop.

Mayawati in her own inimitable style has now demanded that the Centre giver her special package for drought hit Bundelkhand region or else she will withdraw support from the UPA government at the Centre.

The situation seems to have come to a flash point and it is likely that Mayawati will withdraw support any time soon.

Now it has to be seen how it affects at the national level as well crucial state of UP. Right now, BSP seems to have the edge but the Congress is trying hard to revive its past glory in the state, which returns maximum MPs to Parliament.

Is Mayawati’s prime ministerial ambition coming in the way for a truce between Congress and BSP?

Is Congress ready to accept the fact that the days of its dominance are gone, and that an assertive Dalit leader like Mayawati should be given the chance to rule the country.

 
Mayawati issues ‘final’ warning to UPA
Mayawati issues 'final' warning to UPA

A day after Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was out campaigning on the streets of Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has hit back at him.

She asked Rahul to use his influence to get Rs 80,000 crore sanctioned for development in UP or else she was prepared to withdraw support to the Congress at the Centre.

‘’For the last time, I am warning. If the Centre does not give us aid or control rising prices in two-three months, we will pull out of the government. We will send a letter to the President and we will start an agitation,'’ said Mayawati.

Rahul’s overtures towards Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa that is The Great Prabuddha Bharath in Bundlekhand, which is a BSP stronghold, seem to be hitting too close to home and the chief minister has decided not to hold back.

‘’Congress’ yuvraj should use his influence to get Rs 80,000 crore sanctioned for Uttar Pradesh. I am telling Congress and its yuvraj that instead of these theatrics for Bundelkhand, he should focus on constructive politics,'’ she said.

Almost 21 per cent of voters in Uttar Pradesh are Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa that is The Great Prabuddha Bharath , who once voted for the Congress. But a majority are now with Bahujan Samaj Party.

Now both parties are fighting hard to try and win over these votes and Rahul has made it clear he is coming back.

Not surprisingly, the Congress got support from an old rival in Uttar Pradesh, Mulayam Singh.

The Maya-Rahul fight has clearly risen another decibel and it’s unlikely that the levels will go down before the general elections

 

Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Friday, Apr 18, 2008

 

Observing the formalities

— Photo: Bhagya Prakash K.

Handover: (From left) Chief Electoral Officer M.N. Vidyashankar receiving the A form from BSP general secretaries Veer Singh and P.G.R. Sindhia and State party president M. Muniyappa in Bangalore on Thursday.

BSP is widening its base, says Sindhia

Special Correspondent

BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday received a boost when a large number of people from the backward classes and minorities joined the party. They included members of the Uppara and Balijiga communities and Dalit Christians.

Party general secretaries Veer Singh and P.G.R. Sindhia and State party president Marasandra Muniyappa were present on the occasion.

Mr. Sindhia told journalists later that the BSP was working towards becoming “an inclusive party”. He many people from the ‘upper castes’ were also planning to join the party. The BSP, he said, was the first national party that had recognised the Dalit Christians as a marginalised class. The party would field Dalit Christian candidates in certain constituencies.

Members of the Muslim, Brahmin, Balijiga, Gondali, Golla, Idiga, Achar, Tigala, Kshatriya, Ganiga, Besta, Shinta and Koli communities, who were under-represented in the political field were joining the party, Mr. Sindhia said.

One of the leaders of the Dalit Christians, Mariswamy, said there were no less than 25 lakh Dalit Christians spread over 35 constituencies in the State.

They were concentrated in Sarvajnanagar, Pulikeshinagar, K.R. Puram, C.V. Raman Nagar, Shivajinagar and Jayanagar in Bangalore city. They also had a large presence in Chamarajanagar, Kollegal, Tumkur, Kolar, KGF, Bangalore rural, Hassan, Sakleshpur and Bidar.

 

Parimala’s entry into BSP queers poll pitch

Laiqh A. Khan



Dalits form a substantial chunk of the electorate in Hanur

Her decision has taken many people in the region by surprise





Parimala Nagappa

MYSORE: Wife of the former Minister H. Nagappa and Janata Dal (Secular) MLA in the dissolved Assembly Parimala Nagappa’s recent entry into the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has queered the electoral pitch in Hanur Assembly constituency situated on Karnataka’s border with Tamil Nadu.

Though Ms. Nagappa appeared to be on good terms with the Janata Dal (Secular) leadership, her sudden decision to join the BSP ahead of the coming Assembly elections has taken many people in the region by surprise.

Ms. Nagappa, who announced her decision to join the BSP in Bangalore after meeting party supremo Mayawati, said she was forced to quit the Janata Dal (Secular) owing to the “changed election scenario.”

After joining the BSP, Ms. Nagappa slammed the former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy for his failure to keep the promise on transfer of power to the Bharatiya Janata Party. Ms. Nagappa regretted that the Janata Dal (Secular)-BJP Government failed to order a CBI probe into the mysterious death of her husband in notorious forest bandit Veerappan’s captivity.

But, political observers attributed Ms. Nagappa’s move to the inclusion of certain Dalit dominated pockets into Hanur Assembly segment from the adjoining Kollegal constituency during the recent delimitation exercise as well as the perceived disenchantment among sections of the Lingayats with the Janata Dal (Secular) over the issue of transfer of power.

Ms. Nagappa apparently felt that her continuation in the Janata Dal (Secular) was not politically expedient to seek re-election from Hanur, an Assembly constituency dominated by Lingayats, the community to which she belongs. The addition of Palya and Satyagala hobli, which has a strong presence of BSP, into Hanur Assembly segment is believed to have lured her to join the Mayawati-led party.

Apart from Lingayats, Dalits form a substantial chunk of the electorate in this sprawling constituency encompassing the jungles on the border of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu that used to be notorious forest outlaw Veerappan’s area of operation. Vokkaligas, Kurubas and Minorities form the rest of the electorate.

The Congress was never an option for Ms. Nagappa as she was continuing her late husband’s tradition of opposing that party. Mr. H. Nagappa, who was a Janata Dal leader, had been a political rival of the former Minister the late Raju Gowda, a Congress leader.

As a Janata Dal (Secular) candidate, Ms. Nagappa had put it across Mr Raju Gowda’s son, Narendra, who was fielded as a Congress candidate during the 2004 Assembly polls. Ms. Nagappa, who rode a sympathy wave during the 2004 Assembly elections, is now expected to find the going tough in the coming polls.

Though the Congress has not yet announced its candidate, the party is expected to re-nominate Mr. Narendra. Ponnacchi Mahadevaswamy, who had tried to mediate with Veerappan during the abduction of. Mr Nagappa, is also in the race for Congress ticket.

Meanwhile, the Janata Dal (Secular) will find it difficult to find a replacement for Ms. Nagappa to contest from Hanur. Though a businessman,Vishnu Kumar,has sought the Janata Dal (Secular) ticket, the local Kannada organisations had raised objections to his candidature on account of his Tamil Nadu origins.

The BJP, which had decided against fielding any candidate during the 2004 polls as a gesture of sympathy to Ms. Nagappa, is planning to field a candidate from the constituency this time. BJP leader of Hanur.B. K Shivakumar is believed to be a front-runner in the race for the party ticket.

 

Madiga sangha to support BSP

Bangalore: The Karnataka Madiga Sangha has declared its support to the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in the coming elections because the Congress, the Janata Dal (S) and the Bharatiya Janata Party has failed to give “adequate representation” to the community while choosing their candidates.

President of the Sangha H.C. Prakash told journalists here on Thursday that the Madiga population in the State is 85 lakh, and the BSP should give proportionate representation to the community. — Special Correspondent

 

35 candidates file nomination papers

Special Correspondent

BANGALORE: Thirty-five candidates, including 28 independents and nominees of smaller parties, filed their nomination papers in different constituencies on Thursday for the first phase of the Assembly elections to be held on May 10.

Two candidates each from the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party, one each from the Congress, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Janata Dal (Secular) filed their papers.

K.S. Puttanaiah of the Karnataka Sarvodaya Paksha and C.S. Puttaraju of the Janata Dal (S) filed their nomination papers for Melkote constituency in Mandya district. H.C. Shivaramu of the Karnataka Sarvodaya Paksha also filed his papers for Melkote constituency. Gowramma of the CPI(M) filed her nomination papers to contest from K.R. Puram constituency in Bangalore city.

Three candidates filed their papers to contest from Mulbagal constituency in Kolar district.

They are M. Munivenkatappa (Congress), N. Srinivasa and S. Krishnappa (both independents).

No nominations today

Nomination papers for the Assembly elections will not be accepted on Friday (April 18) as it is a public holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act.

According to the provisions of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, nomination papers cannot be accepted on a public holiday, states an official press release.

Rahul playing politics over Bundelkhand, says Mayawati

Atiq Khan

“Instead, he should focus on strengthening Congress”

— PHOTO: PTI

STERN WARNINg: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati addressing a press conference in Lucknow on Saturday.

LUCKNOW: A day after Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi staged a dharna in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati accused him of playing petty politics over the Bundelkhand issue.

Instead of politicising the issue of the region’s backwardness, the Congress “yuvraj” (Mr. Gandhi) should devote his energy towards strengthening the Congress (in Uttar Pradesh) and the United Progressive Alliance government, the Chief Minister told journalists here on Saturday.

The price rise, which affected the people, was a far more important issue for the Congress and the Centre to tackle. The Bahujan Samaj Party chief advised Mr. Gandhi to rise above party politics and as an MP from the State should plead with the Centre Uttar Pradesh’s case for a Rs.80,000-crore special package.

Ms. Mayawati threatened to finally withdraw support for the UPA-led government at the Centre if the package was not released in 2-3 months, and remedial measures were not taken to check price rise. Thereafter, the BSP would launch a countrywide agitation against the Congress-led government.

With Bundelkhand emerging as the new battleground for the Congress and the BSP, Mr. Gandhi’s four-day visit to the backward region of the State and his meeting Dalit households added a new dimension to the face-off between the two parties.

Ms. Mayawati placed the onus for the region’s backwardness on the 40 years of Congress rule in the State.

The BSP chief termed Mr. Gandhi’s forays into the drought-hit region naatak baazi (drama) and depicted him as a leader divorced from ground realities.

She said inflation could cause the downfall of the UPA government.

The Chief Minister said that despite the absence of the special package, her government had launched several measures to mitigate the sufferings of the people of Bundelkhand.

Deadline has expired

Staff Reporter

BANGALORE: No more chance to enrol yourself as a voter this time. The provision to fill application under Form 6 to include names in voters’ list has been stopped from April 16 till the completion of the election process, said B.S. Ramprasad, District Electoral Officer of the BBMP Electoral District

The deadline to receive application has ended on Wednesday and the names of those who have submitted the applications with correct information will be included in the voters’ list, he added.

Rahul playing politics over Bundelkhand, says Mayawati

Atiq Khan

“Instead, he should focus on strengthening Congress”

— PHOTO: PTI

STERN WARNINg: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati addressing a press conference in Lucknow on Saturday.

LUCKNOW: A day after Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi staged a dharna in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati accused him of playing petty politics over the Bundelkhand issue.

Instead of politicising the issue of the region’s backwardness, the Congress “yuvraj” (Mr. Gandhi) should devote his energy towards strengthening the Congress (in Uttar Pradesh) and the United Progressive Alliance government, the Chief Minister told journalists here on Saturday.

The price rise, which affected the people, was a far more important issue for the Congress and the Centre to tackle. The Bahujan Samaj Party chief advised Mr. Gandhi to rise above party politics and as an MP from the State should plead with the Centre Uttar Pradesh’s case for a Rs.80,000-crore special package.

Ms. Mayawati threatened to finally withdraw support for the UPA-led government at the Centre if the package was not released in 2-3 months, and remedial measures were not taken to check price rise. Thereafter, the BSP would launch a countrywide agitation against the Congress-led government.

With Bundelkhand emerging as the new battleground for the Congress and the BSP, Mr. Gandhi’s four-day visit to the backward region of the State and his meeting Dalit households added a new dimension to the face-off between the two parties.

Ms. Mayawati placed the onus for the region’s backwardness on the 40 years of Congress rule in the State.

The BSP chief termed Mr. Gandhi’s forays into the drought-hit region naatak baazi (drama) and depicted him as a leader divorced from ground realities.

She said inflation could cause the downfall of the UPA government.

The Chief Minister said that despite the absence of the special package, her government had launched several measures to mitigate the sufferings of the people of Bundelkhand.

Enquiry report to be submitted to government in 15 days

Lucknow : April 21, 2008 A news item was published in the Indian Express Lucknow edition on April 06, 2008 that during the regime of the then Chief Minister Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mr. Amar Singh was allotted a 35 metre plot in the lower income category. It was also mentioned in the news item that in place of this Mr. Amar Singh was allotted another plot of 708 sq. metres in Vipul Khand in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow on which Mr. Singh constructed a house named Aishwarya. Taking the cognizance of the news, the State Government decided to order an enquiry into it. The State Government has asked the Principal Secretary, Urban Development Department Mr. S.R. Lakha to hold an enquiry into the facts contained in the news. Mr. Lakha will submit his enquiry report to the government within 15 days.

Focus should not be only on e-Governance but also on Good Governance - Chief Secretary

Lucknow, Dated 17-04-2008 The Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Prashant Kumar Mishra said that the State Government is effectively implementing the e-Governance in the State, with its top priority to Information Technology (IT). He said that, Information and Communication Technology should be used for the development of citizens, so that they could get the information and various services with ease. He said that the all procedures should be simplified and made transparent so that e-Governance could act as vehicle for better delivery of services to citizens and economic empowerment of the state. The Chief Secretary was today inaugurating a day-long State level e-Governance Workshop at hotel Taj Residency. This workshop was organized by the Department of Information Technology and Electronics (IT&E), GoUP. While addressing the invitees and participants of the workshop, as Chief Guest, he said that the electronic delivery of services to citizens from the “Jan Sewa Kendra” is becoming the prime need of present times. He said that the role of Information Technology in good governance could not be ignored, in present era. While referring to the continuous efforts being made for the promotion of IT in the state, Mr. Mishra said that e-Governance is a step in the right direction. He said that, for e-Governance to succeed and create a fruitful impact, it is imperative that the scheme on Public Private Partnership (PPP) model should be formulated. He also said that we should focus not only on e-Governance but also on Good Governance through e-Governance and all the e-Governance schemes must be citizen centric and should be available according to needs of the citizens. While stressing front-end delivery system to citizens, he said that, work is underway in the rural areas of the state for establishment of 17,909 Jan Sewa Kendras with the purpose of providing government and other various services. Through these Kendras 55,000 employment opportunities would be created in the rural areas. He also said that with the establishment of these Kendras, the public would not only become free from visiting the government offices time and again but would get information and documents at their door steps. The Chief Secretary said that the success of the e-Governance schemes, especially of the Jan Sewa Kendra, entirety depends on the interest shown by the departments whose citizen centric services have to be delivered through these Kendras. For this, the back office computerization work for various services by these departments should be taken up on a war footing. Mr. Mishra said, for the success of schemes like Jan Sewa Kendra, the role of district administration is very important. He called upon the Commissioners and the District Magistrates to provide full cooperation in the implementation of this scheme. He directed the Principal Secretaries and the Head of the Departments for the digitization and computerization, as well as the training of employees. He also instructed for amendment of the relevant government orders to provide these services to the common man through e-Governance. He said that the prime objective of this workshop is that the various stake holders, which include the government departments and private institutions, understand their roles properly so that the scheme could be implemented hassle-free. The Principal Secretary, I.T. & Electronics, Mr V.N. Garg while discussing the e-Governance vision said, for the successful implementation of the scheme the departments will have to adopt internal capacity building and introduce business process re-engineering on their conventional procedures. He said that for the success of e-Governance, the departments should take ownership of this scheme and their services through it and for this, a system would have to be evolved and implemented in which the accountability of the department is clearly defined as a stakeholder. He said that the e-Governance agenda of every department should be such where the citizen receives the maximum benefit and services are delivered at a fast pace through internet, exempting the citizens from visiting government offices. Mr. Garg said that the main role of Department of IT&E is to assist the various departments in implementing e-Governance. Under e-Governance, the GoUP is initiating three Core Infrastructure Schemes. These are – Jan Sewa Kendra, State Wide Area Network (SWAN) and State Data Centre. He said that for providing better services to the rural communities, the state has been divided into 07 zones for the establishment of 17909 Jan Sewa Kendras through 04 Service Centre Agencies selected, viz. M/s SREI Infrastructure Ltd., M/s 3i Infotech Ltd., M/s Comet Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and M/s CMS Computers Ltd. Mr. Garg said that through these Kendras, rural youth will get an opportunity of employment. He said that through these Jan Sewa Kendras citizen centric services of Revenue, Home, Urban Development, Panchayati Raj, Medical & Health, Administrative Reforms, Food and Civil Supplies, Social Welfare, Women Welfare and Child Welfare, Disabled Welfare, Election, Rural Development, Small-scale Industry, Labour, Stamp and Registration, Transport, Agriculture, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Higher Education, Technical Education, Medical Education, Energy Education, Finance (Treasury Department included), Planning, Commercial Tax, Cooperatives, Backward Classes Welfare, Minority Welfare, Cane and Sugar Mill Industry departments would be delivered in the first phase. Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner, Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta in his address said that with the establishment of Jan Sewa Kendras, the governance and development of IT would get a new dimension in the State and this scheme will also provide employment opportunities at a very large scale. Mr. Gupta while elaborating the role of various government departments said that the various Government to Citizen (G2C) services of various departments have been identified and Department of IT&E has been informed about these services. For the delivery of G2C services through Jan Sewa Kendras, he emphasised on computerization of offices and services at District/ Tehsil/ Block levels. He advised the DMs to organize and participate in sensitization workshops involving various departments and other stakeholders so as to generate awareness about this scheme among the public. He said that the state government has declared the Centre for e-Governance, U.P. as the Designated Agency for the implementation of this scheme. M/s Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) has been selected as the National Level Service Agency (NLSA) by the Government of India for facilitating state government in this scheme. Chairman, Board of Revenue, Mr Vinod Melhotra while addressing the concluding session of the workshop said that there is an immense potential for the development of IT in Uttar Pradesh. While discussing the importance of e-Governance in the state he said that the schemes should be implemented in such a manner so that the common public reaps maximum benefit out of it. He hoped that this workshop would facilitate the officials to utilize all this information and knowledge for transferring the benefits of e-Governance to communities. Additional Secretary, Department of IT, Government of India, Mr. R. Chandrashekhar while discussing the National e-Governance Plan said that with the establishment of CSCs, the rural citizens would get the real benefit of e-Governance. While outlining the measures adopted by the Union Government for the development of IT, he said that the Central Government would render all assistance to the development of IT in the State. He called upon the officers to work with dedication for providing the real benefit of e-Governance scheme to the public. At the workshop, Dr. Dinesh Tyagi, CEO, IL&FS as NLSA explained the technicalities and integrities of Jan Sewa Kendrs to all the officials. The workshop was attended by Principal Secretaries/Secretaries, Head of Departments as well as Divisional Commissioners and District Magistrates. Earlier, Special Secretary, Department of I.T. & Electronics and Managing Director, UPDESCO, Mr. Sanjay Prasad welcomed the dignitaries and participants attending the workshop. ———–

Officers directed to arrest culprits immediately

Lucknow : April 17, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati today undertook surprise visit to Bavankhedi village under Hasanpur police station in Jyotiba Phule Nagar (Amroha), where the family members of Shri Shaukat Saifi, a lecturer in Kisan Inter College, were done to death by slitting their throats. The lecturer was also killed by the culprits. The Chief Minister met Shabnam, the only survivor of the lecturer’s family, and consoled her. She assured the affected family that the police and the administration would make all-out efforts to nab the actual culprits. She announced financial assistance of Rs. Five lakh to the family members of the deceased. Besides, she also ordered to set up a police chowki in the village immediately and posting of one S.I. and two women constables for the security of the family. Expressing her grief over the incident, the C.M. directed the officers of the police and the district administration to arrest the culprits at the earliest no matter how influential they were. She asked them to register cases against the culprits under tough Sections, so that none of them could take advantage and escape the long arm of law. Ms. Mayawati said that the S.P. of Jyotiba Phule Nagar had constituted teams to nab the criminals. The police were leaving no stone unturned in arresting the guilty. The officers of the police and administration reached the spot immediately after receiving the news of the incident. The I.G. Police Bareilly Zone, D.I.G Police Moradabad Range and S.P. visited and inspected the spot. The inspector in-charge of Hasanpur has been placed under suspension with immediate effect by the D.I.G. Moradabad Range. Besides, sub-inspector Karan Singh, constable Vijai Pal and Tahir Raza have also been suspended by the S.P. with immediate effect. The C.M. said that the senior officers of the police carried out thorough inspection of the place of incident yesterday. Shaukat Saifi’s relatives were also interrogated. Besides, details of the calls of suspected persons were being analysed. She also directed the police administration to ensure that such incidents did not recur in future. It may be recalled that on the intervening nights of 14/15 April, Shri Shaukat Saifi, his wife Smt. Hashmi, son Anees and his wife Anjum and their son Arshad, Sajid and Rabia were killed by slicing their throats by some unidentified persons in their house. Km. Shabnam, who was sleeping at the roof at that time, unidentified escaped the incident. Several media representatives, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, I.G. Zone Bareilly, D.I.G. Moradabad, Divisional Commissioner, D.M. and S.P. and other senior officers of the district administration were present on the occasion. ******

power tariff unchanged for rural domestic and private tube wells (for irrigation purposes)

Lucknow : April 16, 2008 The U. P. Government, while making its stand clear regarding a news item that appeared in a section of press quoting the Chairman of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC), said that through the tariff order issued by the SERC the energy charges for the small and medium industries had been raised from Rs. 3.90 per unit to Rs. 4.30. Thus, it was a mere 10.5 per cent increase in the tariff, while the news papers had exaggerated it to 22 per cent, which was totally false and baseless. Likewise, the news item reports 17 per cent increase in the power tariff for the heavy industries, which was incorrect. In fact, the increase in the power tariff for heavy industries below 11KV had been between 12 to 14 per cent, while for consumers above 11KV it was between 2 to 7 per cent. The SERC had amended power tariff for various categories of the consumers for the year 2008-09. According to it the power tariff for the rural domestic light/fan had not been increase. The energy charges had been kept at Re. 1.00 per unit as earlier. There is no increase in the power tariff rates of the private tube wells (for irrigation purposes). The energy charges have been kept at 74 paise per unit as earlier. ******

It is our resolve to complete Dr. Ambedkar’s Mission—Mayawati

Lucknow : April 15, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati today announced to make Aligarh a new division, Kasganj a new district to be known as Kanshi Ram Nagar, Soron a new tehsil and setting up of a separate I.G. Police Zone in Agra Division at a three-day long Bhim Nagari function organised at the Kotali Bagichi Deori road in Agra . Giving information about the decisions of the State Government, she said that the creation of a new police zone would ensure better law and order in the Agra area. It would also accelerate the pace of development works in the region. She said that the Aligarh division would include Mahamaya Nagar, Etah, Aligarh and newly constituted Kanshi Ram Nagar districts with Aligarh as its headquarters. Agra division will now have four districts Mathura, Agra, Firozabad and Manpuri. Likewise, the headquarter of the I.G. Police Zone would be at Agra. She further stated that the newly constituted district of Kanshi Ram Nagar would include tehsils of Kasganj, Patiali and newly created Soron tehsil with its headquarter at Kasganj. Similarly, the Kasganj tehsil of Etah district would be reorganised and Soron tehsil would be created which would include Soron and Sahawar development blocks. Likewise, the eight villages of the Patiali block of Etah would now be included in the Jaithara block. The Nidhauli Kalan block of Etah district, which is presently in the Etah tehsil, would now be included in the Jalesar tehsil. She said that the Agra Police Range was currently under the Kanpur zone which is quite large and also includes Agra Police Range and Jhansi Police Range besides Kanpur. It was getting very difficult to control the law and order of Agra from Kanpur. She said that with the creation of this new zone it would become easier to take effective action against the criminals. She said that there was an increase in the criminal activities in the Agra Range and keeping it in mind the I.G. Police zone had been set up in Agra division. The Chief Minister laid foundation/made announcement of various schemes related to infrastructure facilities of Agra at the Bhim Nagari Mahotsava. She laid the foundation of a Rs. 30 crore housing project for construction of 1240 houses for the poor in Agra city. She said that the Agra was world famous for Taj Mahal and the State Government was committed to provide world class infrastructure facilities to this city. That’s why the foundations of various important scheme related to drinking water, sewer, houses for poor, education, health, energy, tourism and transportation had been laid. As many as Rs. 82.70 crore would be spent on drinking water, Rs. 21.62 crore on sewer arrangements in several areas and Rs. 15 crore for setting up a 132 KVA power sub centre at Bhim Nagari. Besides, two power sub stations of 33 KVA costing Rs. 2 crores each would be set up at Kurgawan and Sadhan villages of Agra district respectively. Moreover, a Government Girls Inter College would be set up at the Nainanajat development block Baroli Aheer at a cost of Rs. 98.51 lakh. A primary health centre (P.H.C.) would be set up at Simari village of Baroli Aheer at a cost of Rs. 77 lakh and the Agra-Jalesar road would be widened and strengthened at a cost of Rs. 13.55 crore. Rs. 5.5 crore would be spent to construct new building of police station for tourists in Agra. Ms. Mayawati also made several announcements for the all round development of Agra, which included Agra Water Supply Project for carrying water from Ganga canal to meet the challenges of drinking water problem of Agra city. It would be implemented very soon. The project would cost Rs. 1,076 crore. Besides, 20 rural localities of the Fatehpur Sikri area of the Agra district would be provided drinking water facilities under the Accelerated Rural Drinking Water Supply Project. The project would cost almost Rs. 90 lakh. She said that in Uttar Pradesh Footwear Industries mainly function through cottage industry in which leather and raxine are being used. The poor people got employment in large numbers in these industries. Many artisans belonged to Agra. For encouraging the artisans engaged in footwear industries. The rate of VAT which is presently 4 percent on the leather and raxine footwear costing up to the maximum of Rs. 300 has been abolished with immediate effect. For the sale facilities of products of small artisans shoe mandi would be constructed in Agra. She said that with a view to encourage the trade of leather footwear a leather park would be established in Agra in 250 acre of land costing Rs. 100 crore. The Chief Minister also announced that people would get rid of pollution created by Khattaghar situated at Nagla Rambal. It will be closed and the area would be beautified. A modern Khattaghar would be constructed after the sanction of Union Government with the cost of Rs. 31 crore. She said that in all the colonies of Bhimnagari area of Agra sewer line would be laid down costing Rs. 59.53 crore. She also announced that sewer line would laid down in Malin Bastis, beside the railway line with the cost of Rs. 5.73 crore and Rs. 9000 financial aid would be given to the each unit of the families living below the poverty line in these Malin Bastis for construction of toilets in houses. Besides it, Dr. Ambedkar park of Agra would be beautified after the sanction of Union Government with the expenditure of Rs. 5 crore. Ms. Mayawati also announced the construction of 5000 houses at Nehraich and Shashtripuram for the families living below the poverty line and residing in hutments. She said that with the view to improving the transport system of Agra city three railway bridges will be constructed on MG Marg between Collectorate and Ravli temple, from Rohta to Unkata and from Guru Ke Taal to Hari Parvat road. She said that the old stretchy bridge on Yamuna and the bridge situated near Arnota on river Kutangan would be re-constructed. For encouraging the handicrafts industries, the shilp gram, which was being run for three months so far would be run the whole year now. She announced to upgrade Panchsheel Inter College to the degree college level and sanctioned an amount of Rs. 1 crore to the college management. She paid her homage to the luminaries of social change, who struggled very hard for providing rights of equality to dalits and backwards. ********

C.M. pays floral tributes to Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s Statue

Lucknow : April 14, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati paid floral tributes to the architect of the Indian Constitution Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar on his 117th birth anniversary at Hazratganj near GPO by offering flowers at his statue. On this occasion, PWD Minister Mr. Nasimuddin Siddiqui, Chairman U.P. Advisory Council and MP Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, Media Advisor Mr. Jamil Akhtar, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Prashant Kumar Mishra, Principal Secretary Information Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Principal Secretary Home Mr. J.N. Chamber, Principal Secretary to C.M. Kunwar Fateh Bahadur and Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet Sehgal and other senior officers were present. ********

C.M. greets people on Ambedkar Jayanti

Lucknow : April 13, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati has extended her heartiest felicitations and good wishes to the people of the State on the birth anniversary of the architect of the Indian constitution and messiah of weaker sections and the exploited, Bharat Ratna Bodhisattva Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. In a message issued here today, the Chief Minister said that Dr. Ambedkar strived for the cause of dalits, backward, have-nots, minorities and the exploited people. He was responsible for inclusion in the constitution, the provision of equal opportunities to all irrespective of their caste and creed. Every section of society should take inspiration from, his sacrifice and struggle. Dr. Ambedkar always favoured creation of an egalitarian society where there was no place for social ills. The Chief Minister said that great men did not belong to any particular caste or ideology. Their thoughts and messages were meant for the entire human kind. She said that on the occasion of his birth anniversary we should take resolve to follow the path shown by him. It would be a true homage towards him, she added. *********

C.M. greets people on Ram Navmi

Lucknow : April 13, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati has extended her heartiest felicitations and good wishes to the people of the State on the occasion of Ram Navmi. In a message, the Chief Minister said that Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram is being adored by crores of people and he is a source of inspiration to them. His life taught us to fight injustice and remain with justice like rock. The ideals and values which he cherished in his life time needed to be emulated by us. The Chief Minister said that Shri Ram always stood for democratic norms and welfare of every section of society. We could translate ideal of Ram Rajya by establishing social system based on equality. She said that the message of peace and mutual harmony of Shri Ram was still relevant. *********




𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝 440 Mon 11 Apr 2022


The Buddha on
The Eight
Worldly Winds:
“Praise and
blame,
recognition and
disregard, gain
and loss,
pleasure and
sorrow come
and go like the
wind. Rest like a
giant tree in the
midst of them
all.”
Theravada Buddhism




  • Fes bona per a la ment
    Feu créixer les vostres pròpies verdures i fruites
    Fer nedar la ment meditativa
    El Buda
    Els vuit
    Vents mundans:
    “Lloat i
    culpa,
    reconeixement i
    ignorar, guanyar
    i pèrdua,
    plaer i plaer
    vénen trist
    i aneu com el
    vent. Descansa com a
    arbre gegant a la
    mig d’ells
    tot. “
    La por neix de l’armament.
    Simplement mireu com lluitant la gent!
    Us explicaré la por terrible
    això em va fer treure a tot:
    - El Buda
    Attadanda Sutta
    No hi ha por
    algú que ho sigui
    despert, la ment de la qual
    no està contaminat
    En desitjar,
    i és unperplexitat,
    i qui ha renunciat
    vice i virtut
    Tot i que podeu viure cent anys
    poc ètic i inintegrat,
    millor és un sol dia
    va viure èticament i absorbit
    (en estats meditars més alts. - El Buda
    Per a beneficis a llarg termini i felicitat
    Entrenar-se:
    “Tot i que potser estic afectat pel cos, la meva ment no es veurà afectada”.
    Així és com hauríeu de formar-vos “.
    Un
    deixeble ben instruït té en compte els nobles i és ben versat i
    disciplinat en la seva Dhamma; Pel que fa als homes d’integritat i és
    ben versat i disciplinat en la seva Dhamma, les seves formes canvien i
    altera, però no cau en pena, lamentació, dolor, angoixa o desesperació
    sobre el seu canvi i alteració “.
    A dos brahmans -120 anys -
    Fer feines meritoroses que porten felicitat.
    Fer merit mentre està viu.
    Quan el món està encès amb l’envelliment i la mort, cal recuperar la [riquesa futura] donant: “
    “La conducta moral serveix un bé fins a la vellesa.
    Sradda Si està ben establerta, serveix un bé.
    El coneixement és un tresor preciós per a l’home.
    El mèrit de bones accions és difícil per als lladres per treure’n. “
    Una persona abandona el que restringeix com a meu. - Buda
    Com a bead d’aigua en una fulla de lotus no s’adhereix, de manera que el savi no s’adhereix. - Buda
    Un home savi no està enganyat pel que es percep. - Buda
    Proveu
    i seguiu els mitjans de subsistència adequat, l’esforç adequat, la ment
    dreta, la concentració correcta, ja que l’envelliment és estressant. -
    Buda
    El diagnòstic del metge
    Viu fins a 150 anys pel preu del cafè
    Nicotinamida
    adenina Dinucleotide (NAD) 15 grams a 62,00 dòlars, que juga un paper
    en la generació d’energia en el cos humà disponible “pel preu d’un cafè
    al dia” un impressionant avenç anti-envelliment va poder veure els
    humans viuen a 150 anys i regeneren Organ.new El Procés ha estat trobat
    per Harvard Professor David Sinclair i investigadors de la Universitat
    de Nova Gal·les del Sud, que inclouen EPrograms cel·lulars.
    Convertim totes les nostres llars per mostrar el camí per a totes les societats per aconseguir Nibbana
    Les paraules de Buda tenen poder
    La consciència de la persona sàvia
    els manté a punt
    Equanimitat constant on
    l’arrogància és impossible;
    no fan cap comparació
    amb la resta del món
    Com a “superior”, “inferior”
    o “igual”.
    -Purabheda sutta
    La maduresa és
    Aprendre a caminar
    lluny de la gent
    i situacions que
    Amenaça la vostra
    tranquil·litat,
    respecte de si mateix,
    Valors, morals,
    o valent la pena.
    Perdoneu els altres.
    No perquè ells
    mereix el perdó,
    byt perquè tu
    mereixeu la pau.
    N’hi ha tres
    Solucions a tots
    Problema: accepta-ho,
    canviar-lo o deixar-lo.
    Si no el podeu acceptar,
    canvia-ho. Si no podeu
    Canvieu-lo, deixeu-lo.
    Si no inclogueu un
    Consciència més àmplia en la nostra
    Pràctica de la consciència,
    hi pot haver un sentit de
    separació de la
    món. Esdevenir més
    conscient dels que ens envolten
    i el nostre impacte en els altres
    és essencial en el camí
    9443086587🦚🦚🦜🦜🦢🦢🦉🦉 Aprendrem algunes lliçons d’ocells
    1. No mengeu res a la nit
    2. No vagis a la ciutat a la nit
    3. Proporciona un entrenament de vida per als seus fills a la deguda.
    4.
    El nas no menja. No importa quants grans siguin introduïts, només els
    elements essencials es bullen i es vessen. No traieu res amb vosaltres
    quan aneu
    5. Comencen a dormir a la foscor. Es desperten d’hora al matí cantant feliçment.
    6. No canvien la seva dieta
    7. Treballa sempre que sigui fort en el seu cos. No descanseu a la nit ni a altres hores.
    8. No mengeu quan estigui malalt. Porta menjar després de sentir-se còmode.🦜
    9. Dóna i nodreix els seus fills amb amor perfecte.
    10. Ser un treballador dur no causen malalties de cor, fetge i pulmó.
    11. Mai actua contra la natura. Derivat de la natura només per la seva necessitat essencial.
    12. Protegeix el seu niu i un entorn amb mecenatge.
    13. No canvieu mai el seu idioma i parli una altra llengua.
    La vida és millor si prenem algunes d’aquestes lliçons com a lliçons. ⁇
    Totes
    les espècies no humanes no tenen religió, casta, credo, raça, no són
    violents, militants, terroristes, sense odi, ira, gelosia, il·lusió,
    estupidesa i sense hospitals. Per a qualsevol virus que siguin hoax.
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  • 21) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,

    Buhata ang maayong panghunahuna
    Pagtubo ang Imong Kaugalingon nga mga Utanon ug Mga Prutas
    Naghunahuna nga Minahal nga Minahal nga Minahal
    Ang Buddha ON
    Ang walo
    Mga kalibutan nga hangin:
    “Pagdayeg ug
    mabasol,
    Pag-ila ug
    Pagbaliwala, pag-angkon
    ug pagkawala,
    Kalipay ug
    kasubo moabut
    ug moadto sama sa
    hangin. Pahulay sama sa usa ka
    higante nga kahoy sa
    sa taliwala nila
    tanan. “
    Natawo ang kahadlok gikan sa pag-armada sa kaugalingon.
    Tan-awa kung giunsa ang away sa mga tawo sa Mwny!
    Sultihan ko ikaw bahin sa makalilisang nga kahadlok
    Kana ang hinungdan sa akong pag-uyog sa tanan:
    - ang Buddha
    Atttadanda Sutta
    Wala’y kahadlok alang sa
    usa ka tawo nga
    Pagmata, kansang hunahuna
    wala masabut
    pinaagi sa pagpangandoy,
    ug dili mabag-o,
    ug kinsa ang mihunong
    Bise ug Hiyas
    Bisan kung mabuhi ka usa ka gatos ka tuig
    Unethical ug wala Malumo,
    labi ka maayo ang usa ka adlaw
    nabuhi sa pamatasan ug masuhop
    (sa mas taas nga Meditative States. - Ang Buddha
    Alang sa dugay nga kaayohan ug kalipay
    Bansaya ang imong kaugalingon:
    ‘Bisan kung ako masakit sa lawas, ang akong hunahuna dili mabuhat.’
    Ingon niana ang kinahanglan nimo nga bansayon ​​ang imong kaugalingon. “
    Usa
    ka maayo nga gitudlo nga disipulo may pagtagad sa mga halangdon ug
    maayo ang batid ug disiplinado sa ilang hamoa; adunay pagtahod sa mga
    kalalakin-an sa integridad ug batid ug disiplina sa ilang Dhamma - ang
    iyang porma nagbag-o, apan dili siya mahulog sa kasubo, kasakit,
    kasakit, o pag-antus sa pagbag-o niini ug pag-ayo. “
    Sa duha nga Brahmans -120 anyos ang edad -
    Makahimo ba mga batid nga mga buhat nga nagdala sa kalipayan.
    Paghimo merito samtang buhi pa.
    Kung
    nasunog ang kalibutan sa pagkatigulang ug kamatayon, ang usa
    kinahanglan nga magluwas [sa umaabot nga bahandi] pinaagi sa paghatag: “
    “Ang pamatasan sa moral nga pag-alagad usa ka maayo hangtod sa pagkatigulang.
    SRADDA Kung maayo ang pag-ayo, pag-alagad sa usa ka atabay.
    Ang kahibalo usa ka bililhon nga bahandi alang sa tawo.
    Ang merito sa maayong mga aksyon lisud alang sa mga kawatan nga kuhaon. “
    Ang usa ka tawo nga mibiya sa unsay iyang gitukod ingon nga akoa. - Buddha
    Ingon sa usa ka water bead sa usa ka dahon nga lotus wala magsunod, mao nga ang sage dili sundon. - Buddha
    Ang usa ka manggialamon nga tawo wala mahimuot sa nakita. - Buddha
    Sulayi
    ug sunda sa husto nga panginabuhi, husto nga paningkamot, husto nga
    paghunahuna, husto nga konsentrasyon, ingon nga ang pagkatigulang
    mabug-atan. - Buddha
    Ang Dinalioss sa Doktor
    Mabuhi hangtod sa 150 ka tuig alang sa presyo sa kape
    Ang
    Nicotinamide Adenine DinuCleotide (NAD) 15 ka gramo sa $ 62.00 nga
    adunay papel nga magamit sa usa ka adlaw nga pag-agay sa tawo nga mabuhi
    sa 150 ka tuig ug reegenerate organ.new Ang proseso nakit-an ni Harvard
    Propesor nga si David Sinclair ug mga tigdukiduki gikan sa University
    of New South Wales, nga naglambigit sa cell epragramming.
    Atong ibalhin ang tanan natong mga panimalay aron ipakita ang dalan alang sa tanan nga mga katilingban nga makab-ot ang Nibbana
    Ang mga pulong ni Buddha adunay gahum
    Ang Hunahuna sa Usa ka Maalamon nga Tawo
    gihuptan sila sa
    kanunay nga panagsama diin
    imposible ang pagkamapahitas-on;
    wala sila magtandi
    Sa nahabilin sa kalibutan
    ingon nga ’superyor’, ‘labing ubos’
    o ‘managsama’.
    -Phumaheda Sutta
    Ang pagkahamtong mao
    Pagkat-on sa Paglakaw
    layo sa mga tawo
    ug mga sitwasyon nga
    gihulga ang imong
    Kalinaw sa Hunahuna,
    pagtahod sa kaugalingon,
    mga mithi, moral,
    o bili sa kaugalingon.
    Pasayloa ang uban.
    Dili tungod kay sila
    takos sa pagpasaylo,
    byt tungod kay ikaw
    takus sa kalinaw.
    Adunay tulo
    mga solusyon sa matag
    problema: Dawata kini,
    pag-ilis niini, o biyai kini.
    Kung dili nimo kini madawat,
    pag-ilis niini. Kung dili ka mahimo
    Pag-usab niini, biyai kini.
    Kung wala kami maglakip sa usa ka
    mas lapad nga pagkahibalo sa among
    buhata sa hunahuna,
    Adunay usa ka pagbati sa
    Pagbulag gikan sa
    kalibutan. Nahimo nga labi ka
    nahibal-an ang mga naglibut kanamo
    ug ang atong epekto sa uban
    hinungdanon sa agianan
    944308658879Nagkat-on kita sa pipila ka mga leksyon gikan sa mga langgam
    1. Ayaw pagkaon bisan unsa sa gabii
    2. Ayaw pag-roam sa lungsod sa Night🦜
    3. Naghatag Kinabuhi Coaching alang sa iyang mga anak sa angay nga kurso. 🦜
    4.
    Ang ilong dili mokaon. Bisan kung pila ang gidala sa daghang mga lugas,
    ang mga kinahanglanon lamang ang gilat-an ug milupad. Ayaw pagkuha
    bisan unsa nga kauban nimo kung moadto ka.🦜
    5. Nagsugod sila makatulog sa kangitngit. Sayo nga nagmata sayo sa buntag nga nag-awit.
    6. Wala nila gibag-o ang iyang pagkaon
    7. Pagtrabaho samtang siya lig-on sa iyang lawas. Ayaw pagpahulay sa gabii o sa ubang mga panahon. 🦜
    8. Ayaw pagkaon kung nasakit. Nagkuha pagkaon human mabati ang komportable.🦜
    9. Naghatag ug nag-amuma sa iyang mga anak nga adunay hingpit nga gugma.🦜
    10. Ang pagkahimong usa ka kugihan nga trabahante dili hinungdan sa kasingkasing, atay ug mga sakit sa baga. 🦜
    11. Ayaw paglihok batok sa kinaiyahan. Gikan sa kinaiyahan alang lamang sa iyang hinungdanon nga panginahanglan.🦜
    12. Gipanalipdan ang iyang salag ug mga palibut nga adunay patronage. 🦜
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    Mas maayo ang kinabuhi kung kuhaon naton ang pipila ka mga leksyon ingon mga leksyon. ⁇
    All
    non human species have no religion,caste,creed ,race, are not violent,
    militant, terrorists, no hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion, stupidity
    and no hospitals🏥.for any virus that are hoax.So they are happy 😃.
    Grow your own food 🍲 🍱 🥘 like 👍 vegetables 🥦 🥕 🥗 & fruits 🍌 🍎 🍉 plants 🌱 in pots 🪴 to be free birds 🐦 🦢 🦅 swim to be healthy.
    7 Difficult But Simple Buddhist Habits That Will Change Your Life
  • 22) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,
  • Theravada buddhism
    There are so
    many things
    that can make
    you happy.
    Don’t focus too
    much on things
    that make
    you SAD.
  • 23) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-古典中文(简体),

    做好智慧
    种植自己的蔬菜和水果
    做冥想的心灵游泳
    佛陀
    世俗风:
    “赞美和
    责备,
    承认和
    无视,获得
    和损失,
    快乐
    悲伤来了
    然后像
    风。像A一样休息
    巨大的树在
    他们中间
    全部。”
    恐惧诞生于武装自己。
    看看mwny人们的战斗!
    我会告诉你恐惧的恐惧
    这让我摇晃着:
    - 佛
    Attadanda Sutta
    没有恐惧
    有人是
    醒着,谁的想法
    是无污染的
    通过渴望,
    并且是不交换的,
    谁放弃了
    副和美德
    虽然你可能住了一百年
    不道德和未经内容,
    更好的是一天
    生活和吸收
    (在较高的冥想状态.-佛陀
    长期利益和幸福
    训练自己:
    “即使我可能会受到身体的折磨,我的脑海将无法灼伤。
    这就是你应该如何训练自己。“
    一位指导的门徒对高贵的弟子们已经讨论了贵族,并在他们的达米中得到了精通和纪律处分;对诚信的人有所了解,在他们的佛法中得到了很好的精通和纪律统治 - 他的表格变化和改变了,但他并没有陷入悲伤,哀叹,痛苦,痛苦或绝望的变化和改变。“
    到两个婆罗门-120岁 -
    做幸福的令人信服的行为。
    活着的同时。
    当世界着火和死亡时,一个人应该通过给予[未来财富]来拯救:“
    “道德行为为老年人提供服务。
    SRADDA如果建立得很好,请服务于一点。
    知识是人类的珍贵宝藏。
    盗贼难以带走的好行动的优点。“
    一个人放弃了他将其放在我的内容。 - 佛
    作为莲花叶上的水珠不粘附,所以贤者不粘附。 - 佛
    聪明人没有被察觉所阐明的人。 - 佛
    尝试并坚持正确的生计,正确的努力,正确的思想,正确的浓度,因为老化是压力的。 - 佛
    医生的诊断
    咖啡的价格最多150年
    烟酰胺腺嘌呤二核苷酸(NAD)15克以62.00美元,发挥了一定的作用,在人体中发挥了一定的咖啡价的能量,这是一天的令人惊叹的抗衰老突破可能会看到人类居住在150年和再生器官。新闻通过哈佛教授David教授和新南威尔士大学的研究人员发现了进程,涉及细胞eprogramming。
    让我们转换所有的家,以展示所有社会达到NIBBANA的道路
    佛的话有权力
    一个聪明人的思想
    把他们拿到了
    不断平等的地方
    傲慢是不可能的;
    他们没有比较
    随着世界其他地区
    作为“优越”,’劣等’
    或’平等’。
    -purabheda sutta
    到期是
    学习走路
    远离人
    和情况
    威胁你的
    内心的平静,
    自尊,
    价值观,道德,
    或自我价值。
    原谅别人。
    不是因为他们
    值得宽恕,
    Byt因为你
    值得和平。
    有三种
    解决方案
    问题:接受它,
    改变它,或离开它。
    如果你不能接受它,
    更改。如果你不能
    改变它,离开它。
    如果我们不包括一个
    更广泛的认识我们的
    心灵的实践,
    可能有一种感觉
    分离
    世界。变得越来越多
    意识到我们周围的人
    我们对他人的影响
    对路径至关重要
    9443086587ȱwe我们将学习鸟类的一些课程
    1.晚上不要吃任何东西
    2.不要在夜间漫游镇
    3.在适当的时候为她的孩子提供生命教练。
    鼻子不吃。无论带来多少粒谷物,只有必要性都煮沸并飞走。当你走的时候不要和你一起服用任何东西。
    他们开始在黑暗中睡着了。他们早上早上醒来愉快地唱歌。
    6.他们不会改变他的饮食
    7.只要他在他的身体中强壮的工作。不要在晚上或其他时候休息。
    8.生病时不要吃。感到舒适后拿食物。
    9.完美的爱情给予她的孩子。
    10.作为一个勤奋的工人不会引起心脏,肝脏和肺病。
    11.切勿对自然作用。仅针对他的基本需求源自自然。
    12.用惠顾保护他的巢和周围环境。
    13.永远不要改变他的语言并讲另一种语言。
    如果我们把一些这些课程作为课程,那么生活更好。 ⁇
    所有非人类物种都没有宗教,种姓,信条,种族,并不是暴力,激进,恐怖主义,没有仇恨,愤怒,嫉妒,妄想,愚蠢和没有医院。对于任何骗局而言,他们都很开心。
    种植你自己的食物🍲🍲🍱就像👍蔬菜🥦🥕🥗&水果🍌🍎🍉植物🌱在盆栽🪴🪴自由鸟儿🐦🦢🦅游泳是健康的。

  • 早晚唸2次,得菩薩保佑,消除災禍、帶來福報《觀世音菩薩祈禱文》佛曲、佛歌


  • 24) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-古典中文(繁體),

    做好智慧
    種植自己的蔬菜和水果
    做冥想的心靈游泳
    佛陀
    世俗風:
    “讚美和
    責備,
    承認和
    無視,獲得
    和損失,
    快樂
    悲傷來了
    然後像
    風。像A一樣休息
    巨大的樹在
    他們中間
    全部。”
    恐懼誕生於武裝自己。
    看看mwny人們的戰鬥!
    我會告訴你恐懼的恐懼
    這讓我搖晃著:
    - 佛
    Attadanda Sutta
    沒有恐懼
    有人是
    醒著,誰的想法
    是無污染的
    通過渴望,
    並且是不交換的,
    誰放棄了
    副和美德
    雖然你可能住了一百年
    不道德和未經內容,
    更好的是一天
    生活和吸收
    (在較高的冥想狀態.-佛陀
    長期利益和幸福
    訓練自己:
    “即使我可能會受到身體的折磨,我的腦海將無法灼傷。
    這就是你應該如何訓練自己。“
    一位指導的門徒對高貴的弟子們已經討論了貴族,並在他們的達米中得到了精通和紀律處分;對誠信的人有所了解,在他們的佛法中得到了很好的精通和紀律統治 - 他的表格變化和改變了,但他並沒有陷入悲傷,哀嘆,痛苦,痛苦或絕望的變化和改變。“
    到兩個婆羅門-120歲 -
    做幸福的令人信服的行為。
    活著的同時。
    當世界著火和死亡時,一個人應該通過給予[未來財富]來拯救:“
    “道德行為為老年人提供服務。
    SRADDA如果建立得很好,請服務於一點。
    知識是人類的珍貴寶藏。
    盜賊難以帶走的好行動的優點。“
    一個人放棄了他將其放在我的內容。 - 佛
    作為蓮花葉上的水珠不粘附,所以賢者不粘附。 - 佛
    聰明人沒有被察覺所闡明的人。 - 佛
    嘗試並堅持正確的生計,正確的努力,正確的思想,正確的濃度,因為老化是壓力的。 - 佛
    醫生的診斷
    咖啡的價格最多150年
    煙酰胺腺嘌呤二核苷酸(NAD)15克以62.00美元,發揮了一定的作用,在人體中發揮了一定的咖啡價的能量,這是一天的令人驚嘆的抗衰老突破可能會看到人類居住在150年和再生器官。新聞通過哈佛教授David教授和新南威爾士大學的研究人員發現了進程,涉及細胞eprogramming。
    讓我們轉換所有的家,以展示所有社會達到NIBBANA的道路
    佛的話有權力
    一個聰明人的思想
    把他們拿到了
    不斷平等的地方
    傲慢是不可能的;
    他們沒有比較
    隨著世界其他地區
    作為“優越”,’劣等’
    或’平等’。
    -purabheda sutta
    到期是
    學習走路
    遠離人
    和情況
    威脅你的
    內心的平靜,
    自尊,
    價值觀,道德,
    或自我價值。
    原諒別人。
    不是因為他們
    值得寬恕,
    Byt因為你
    值得和平。
    有三種
    解決方案
    問題:接受它,
    改變它,或離開它。
    如果你不能接受它,
    更改。如果你不能
    改變它,離開它。
    如果我們不包括一個
    更廣泛的認識我們的
    心靈的實踐,
    可能有一種感覺
    分離
    世界。變得越來越多
    意識到我們周圍的人
    我們對他人的影響
    對路徑至關重要
    9443086587ȱwe我們將學習鳥類的一些課程
    1.晚上不要吃任何東西
    2.不要在夜間漫遊鎮
    3.在適當的時候為她的孩子提供生命教練。
    鼻子不吃。無論帶來多少粒穀物,只有必要性都煮沸並飛走。當你走的時候不要和你一起服用任何東西。
    他們開始在黑暗中睡著了。他們早上早上醒來愉快地唱歌。
    6.他們不會改變他的飲食
    7.只要他在他的身體中強壯的工作。不要在晚上或其他時候休息。
    8.生病時不要吃。感到舒適後拿食物。
    9.完美的愛情給予她的孩子。
    10.作為一個勤奮的工人不會引起心臟,肝臟和肺病。
    11.切勿對自然作用。僅針對他的基本需求源自自然。
    12.用惠顧保護他的巢和周圍環境。
    13.永遠不要改變他的語言並講另一種語言。
    如果我們把一些這些課程作為課程,那么生活更好。 ⁇
    所有非人類物種都沒有宗教,種姓,信條,種族,並不是暴力,激進,恐怖主義,沒有仇恨,憤怒,嫉妒,妄想,愚蠢和沒有醫院。對於任何騙局而言,他們都很開心。
    種植你自己的食物🍲🍲🍱就像👍蔬菜🥦🥕🥗&水果🍌🍎🍉植物🌱在盆栽🪴🪴自由鳥兒🐦🦢🦅游泳是健康的。



  • https://translate.google.com did not translate  25) Classical Corsican-Corsa Corsicana,

  • Free Online JC PURE free birds growing fruits vegetables Youniversity
  • Silence and Smile
  • are two powerful
  • words. Smile is the way
  • to solve many
  • problems and Silence
  • is the way to avoid
  • many problems.

  • https://translate.google.com did not translate 26) Classical Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,


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    One single day lived
    aware of the rise and
    fall of conditioned things
    is better than a hundred
    years lived unaware.
    - The Buddha


  • https://translate.google.com did not translate 27) Classical Czech-Klasická čeština
    20 Important Suttas in the Pali Canon (for Lay Buddhists) - Lotus Happiness

    20 Important Suttas in the Pali Canon (for Lay Buddhists)


    20 Important Suttas in the Pali Canon (for Lay Buddhists)
    There are tonnes of gems in the Pali Canon suttas of the Theravada
    Buddhist tradition. Many of these suttas have splendid wisdom about the
    world we live as well as insights for practical applications in daily
    lives.

    Most Buddhists are householders or lay practitioners, as opposed to
    monastic monks or nuns. Hence, the focus in the selection of the 20
    important suttas is predominantly for lay Buddhists. You will find
    suttas that are related to wealth and personal relationships, in
    addition to the key Dhamma teachings.

    While it is impossible to list all the equally wonderful suttas, the
    following 20 suttas are considered the most essential and useful from
    the perspective of a lay Buddhist:

    Sutta #1: Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta 

    Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta (Setting
    the Dharma Wheel in Motion) is the discourse on Four Noble Truths and
    Eightfold Path. This is the first sermon by the Buddha at Deer Park,
    Sarnath. Together with Anattalakkhana Sutta (2nd turning of the Wheel) and Aditta-pariyaya Sutta (3rd turning of the Wheel), these three suttas form the three cardinal teachings within the Pali traditions.

    “And what is the middle way realized by the Tathagata
    that — producing vision, producing knowledge — leads to calm, to direct
    knowledge, to self-awakening, to Unbinding? Precisely this Noble
    Eightfold Path: right view, right resolve, right speech, right action,
    right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration.
    This is the middle way realized by the Tathagata that — producing
    vision, producing knowledge — leads to calm, to direct knowledge, to
    self-awakening, to Unbinding.

    “Now this, monks, is the noble truth of stress: Birth is stressful,
    aging is stressful, death is stressful; sorrow, lamentation, pain,
    distress, & despair are stressful; association with the unbeloved is
    stressful, separation from the loved is stressful, not getting what is
    wanted is stressful. In short, the five clinging-aggregates are
    stressful. – Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta

     

    Sutta #2: Anattalakkhana Sutta

    Anattalakkhana Suttathe
    second cardinal discourse by the Buddha, is about the teaching on the
    nature of impermanence, change, and non-self of the five skandhas.
    Disciples are taught to release attachment and clinging to impermanent
    objects in the material world.

    “Bhikkhus, when a noble follower who has heard (the
    truth) sees thus, he finds estrangement in form, he finds estrangement
    in feeling, he finds estrangement in perception, he finds estrangement
    in determinations, he finds estrangement in consciousness.

    “When he finds estrangement, passion fades out. With the fading of
    passion, he is liberated. When liberated, there is knowledge that he is
    liberated. He understands: ‘Birth is exhausted, the holy life has been
    lived out, what can be done is done, of this there is no more beyond.’”
    – Anattalakkhana Sutta

     

    Sutta #3: Aditta-pariyaya Sutta 

    Aditta-pariyaya Sutta is the 3rd
    cardinal discourse of the Buddha. Popularly known as the Fire Sermon,
    this sutta is about the teaching on achieving liberation
    from suffering through detachment from the six senses. Another related
    sutta about the purification of six senses is Chachakka Sutta.

    The Buddha applies skillful means to teach in this case. According to
    post-canonical Pali commentary attributed to Buddhaghosa, the Buddha
    was said to reflect:  ‘What kind of Dhamma talk would be suitable for
    them?’ Knowing that these ascetics performed a sacred fire ritual, the
    Buddha adapted his teaching by incorporating the element of fire in his
    sermon so that his listeners could understand his teaching.

    “Monks, the All is aflame. What All is aflame? The eye is
    aflame. Forms are aflame. Consciousness at the eye is aflame. Contact
    at the eye is aflame. And whatever there is that arises in dependence on
    contact at the eye — experienced as pleasure, pain or
    neither-pleasure-nor-pain — that too is aflame. Aflame with what? Aflame
    with the fire of passion, the fire of aversion, the fire of delusion.
    Aflame, I tell you, with birth, aging & death, with sorrows,
    lamentations, pains, distresses, & despairs. – Aditta-pariyaya Sutta

     

    Sutta #4: Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta

    Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta and the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta are
    two of the most popular suttas in the Pali Canon. The four foundation
    of mindfulness of the body, feelings/sensations, mind/consciousness, and
    dhammās are found in this sutta. Teachings such as the five hindrances,
    five aggregates of clinging, six internal and external sense bases, and
    seven factors of enlightenment are taught in this sutta as well. 

    And how does a monk live contemplating the body in the body?

    Herein, monks, a monk, having gone to the forest, to the foot of a
    tree or to an empty place, sits down with his legs crossed, keeps his
    body erect and his mindfulness alert.

    Ever mindful he breathes in, mindful he breathes out. Breathing in a
    long breath, he knows, “I am breathing in a long breath”; breathing out a
    long breath, he knows, “I am breathing out a long breath”; breathing in
    a short breath, he knows, “I am breathing in a short breath”; breathing
    out a short breath, he knows, “I am breathing out a short breath.”

    “Experiencing the whole (breath-) body, I shall breathe in,” thus he
    trains himself. “Experiencing the whole (breath-) body, I shall breathe
    out,” thus he trains himself. “Calming the activity of the (breath-)
    body, I shall breathe in,” thus he trains himself. “Calming the activity
    of the (breath-) body, I shall breathe out,” thus he trains himself. – Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta

     

    Sutta #5: Ānāpānasati Sutta

    Ānāpānasati Sutta
    is a discourse by the Buddha on how to use the awareness of breath
    (anapana) as an initial focus for meditation. This sutta and the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta constitute the basics of vipassana/mindfulness meditation.

    “Mindfulness of in-&-out breathing, when developed
    & pursued, is of great fruit, of great benefit. Mindfulness of
    in-&-out breathing, when developed & pursued, brings the four
    frames of reference to their culmination. The four frames of reference,
    when developed & pursued, bring the seven factors for awakening to
    their culmination. The seven factors for awakening, when developed &
    pursued, bring clear knowing & release to their culmination. – Ānāpānasati Sutta

     

    Sutta #6: Kalama Sutta

    Kalama Sutta
    is the famous discourse on free inquiry. The Kalamas of Kesaputta
    sought guidance from the Buddha because there were monks and brahmans
    who expounded only their own doctrines and despised the doctrines of
    others. They were doubtful which of these monks or brahmans spoke the
    truth. The Buddha replied that it was alright  to be doubtful and
    provided a guideline for them to critically investigate the validity of
    the various teachings.

    “Come, Kalamas. Do not go upon what has been acquired by
    repeated hearing; nor upon tradition; nor upon rumor; nor upon what is
    in a scripture; nor upon surmise; nor upon an axiom; nor upon specious
    reasoning; nor upon a bias towards a notion that has been pondered over;
    nor upon another’s seeming ability; nor upon the consideration, ‘The
    monk is our teacher.’ Kalamas, when you yourselves know: ‘These things
    are good; these things are not blamable; these things are praised by the
    wise; undertaken and observed, these things lead to benefit and
    happiness,’ enter on and abide in them. – Kalama Sutta

     

    Sutta #7: Cakkavati Sutta 

    Cakkavati Sutta
    is the only sutta in the Pali Canon in which the Buddha predicts the
    future birth and appearance of Buddha Metteya (Maitreya). While
    innumerable Buddhas and bodhisattvas are mentioned in the Mahayana
    sutras, Buddha Metteya is the only Buddha that has been mentioned by
    Shakyamuni Buddha in the Pali Canon.

    In this sutta, the Buddha also teaches about the true meaning of long life, beauty, happiness, wealth, and strength.

    One of the most famous quotes found in this sutta is:

    “Monks, live with yourself as your island, yourself as
    your refuge, with nothing else as your refuge. Live with the Dhamma as
    your island, the Dhamma as your refuge, with nothing else as your
    refuge.” –  Cakkavati Sutta

     

    Sutta #8: Cula-suññata Sutta

    Cula-suññata Sutta,
    also known as the Lesser Discourse on Emptiness, is a teaching about
    emptiness – a pivotal doctrine in the Mahayana traditions.

    “Ananda, whatever contemplatives and brahmans who in the
    past entered & remained in an emptiness that was pure, superior,
    & unsurpassed, they all entered & remained in this very same
    emptiness that is pure, superior, & unsurpassed. Whatever
    contemplatives and brahmans who in the future will enter & remain in
    an emptiness that will be pure, superior, & unsurpassed, they all
    will enter & remain in this very same emptiness that is pure,
    superior, & unsurpassed. Whatever contemplatives and brahmans who at
    present enter & remain in an emptiness that is pure, superior,
    & unsurpassed, they all enter & remain in this very same
    emptiness that is pure, superior, & unsurpassed.

    “Therefore, Ananda, you should train yourselves: ‘We will enter &
    remain in the emptiness that is pure, superior, & unsurpassed.’” – Cula-suññata Sutta

     

    Sutta #9: Samadhi Sutta

    Samadhi Sutta
    is about the four concentration (jhana) that will result in the four
    benefits: pleasant abiding in the here and now, attainment of knowledge
    and vision, mindfulness and alertness, and the ending of the effluents
    (rebirth). Another related sutta is Samadhanga Sutta, a discourse on five-factored noble right concentration (jhana) and the spiritual benefits of upon mastering meditation.

    “Monks, these are the four developments of concentration.
    Which four? There is the development of concentration that, when
    developed & pursued, leads to a pleasant abiding in the here &
    now. There is the development of concentration that, when developed
    & pursued, leads to the attainment of knowledge & vision. There
    is the development of concentration that, when developed & pursued,
    leads to mindfulness & alertness. There is the development of
    concentration that, when developed & pursued, leads to the ending of
    the effluents. – Samadhi Sutta

     

    Sutta #10: Mahanama Sutta

    Mahanama Sutta is
    a sutta on the ways of a lay Buddhist. The Buddha expounds the teaching
    of taking refuge in the Triple Gem and Five Precepts. Another related
    sutta is Dhammika Sutta.

    “Venerable sir, in what way is one a lay follower?”

    “Mahanama, inasmuch as one has gone to the Buddha for refuge, has
    gone to the Dhamma for refuge, has gone to the Sangha for refuge; in
    that way, Mahanama, one is a lay follower.” – Mahanama Sutta

     

    Sutta #11: Upanisa Sutta

    Upanisa Sutta
    is the discourse on Dependent Origination which is also known as
    Dependent Co-arising, or Twelve-linked Chains of Causation. Dependent
    Origination is a teaching of the process of life which involves birth,
    aging, illness, and death – a process that has its anchor upon the Law
    of Cause and Effect.

    “The knowledge of ending in the presence of ending has
    its prerequisite, I tell you. It is not without a prerequisite. And what
    is the prerequisite for the knowledge of ending? Release, it should be
    said. Release has its prerequisite, I tell you. It is not without a
    prerequisite. And what is its prerequisite? Dispassion… Disenchantment…
    Knowledge & vision of things as they actually are present…
    Concentration… Pleasure… Serenity… Rapture… Joy… Conviction… Stress…
    Birth… Becoming… Clinging… Craving… Feeling… Contact… The six
    sense media… Name-&-form… Consciousness… Fabrications… Fabrications
    have their prerequisite, I tell you. They are not without a
    prerequisite. And what is their prerequisite? Ignorance, it should be
    said. – Upanisa Sutta

     

    Sutta #12: Dighajanu (Vyagghapajja) Sutta

    In Dighajanu (Vyagghapajja) Sutta,
    the Buddha instructs rich householders on how to preserve and increase
    their prosperity and how to avoid loss of wealth. Similar to Dighajanu
    Sutta on the subject of wealth is Adiya Sutta – a sutta about the benefit of obtaining righteous wealth.

    The factors for the accumulation of wealth are persistent efforts,
    vigilance, good friendship and balanced livelihood. The factors for the
    dissipation of wealth are debauchery, drunkenness, gambling, associate
    with evil-doers.  The factors for spiritual progress are faith, virtue,
    charity, and wisdom.

    [The Blessed One said:] “There are these four qualities,
    TigerPaw, that lead to a lay person’s happiness and well-being in this
    life. Which four? Being consummate in initiative, being consummate in
    vigilance, admirable friendship, and maintaining one’s livelihood in
    tune. – Dighajanu (Vyagghapajja) Sutta

     

    Sutta #13: Parabhava Sutta 

    Parabhava Sutta
    is a discourse about 23 causes that will bring downfall to people. Some
    of these causes include: not cherishing the Dharma, laziness, living a
    life of debauchery, excessive drinking, unscrupulous gambling,
    womanizing, stinginess etc.

    The Deity:

    Having come here with our questions to the Exalted One, we ask thee, O
    Gotama, about man’s decline. Pray, tell us the cause of downfall!

    The Buddha:

    Easily known is the progressive one, easily known he who declines. He
    who loves Dhamma progresses; he who is averse to it, declines. – Parabhava Sutta

     

    Sutta #14: Kaccayanagotta Sutta

    Kaccayanagotta Sutta is a discourse on Right View and the Middle Way. Nagarjuna quoted Kaccayanagotta Sutta in his work Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way: 

    “Everything exists”: That is one extreme.
    “Everything doesn’t exist”: That is a second extreme.
    Avoiding these two extremes,
    The Tathagata teaches the Dhamma via the middle. – Kaccayanagotta Sutta

     

    Sutta #15: Sigolovada Sutta

    Sigolovada Sutta
    is the Buddha’s guidance on how to live with peace and happiness for
    lay Buddhist. One day when Sigala was worshipping the six directions of
    the East, South, West, North, the Nadir and the Zenith each morning, the
    Buddha came along to teach him the meaning to this ritual. This sutta
    covers basic morality, how to build, manage, and protect one’s wealth,
    how to associate with virtuous friends, and how to maintain good
    relationship with people such as husband/wife, parents/children,
    teachers/students, employers/employees, friends/associates.

    “In five ways, young householder, should a wife as the West be ministered to by a husband:

    (i)
    by being courteous to her, (ii) by not despising her, (iii) by being
    faithful to her, (iv) by handing over authority to her, (v) by providing
    her with adornments.

    “The wife thus ministered to as the West by her husband shows her compassion to her husband in five ways:

    (i) she performs her duties well, (ii) she is hospitable to relations and attendants[10] (iii) she is faithful, (iv) she protects what he brings, (v) she is skilled and industrious in discharging her duties.

    “In these five ways does the wife show her compassion to her husband who ministers to her as the West. Thus is the West covered by him and made safe and secure. – Sigolovada Sutta

     

    Sutta #16: Mettā Sutta 

    Metta Sutta,
    or Karaṇīyamettā Sutta, is a discourse on loving-kindness and
    compassion, the virtues of which have the power of protection. Here is
    the background story: a group of monks, frightened by the spirits in the
    forest where the Buddha had sent them to practice meditation, sought
    the Buddha’s assistance. The Buddha expounded the Mettā Sutta as an
    antidote for fear. As a result of the loving-kindness exuded by the
    monks, the spirits were appeased and they no longer harassed the monks.

    “Whatever living beings there may be — feeble or strong
    (or the seekers and the attained) long, stout, or of medium size, short,
    small, large, those seen or those unseen, those dwelling far or near,
    those who are born as well as those yet to be born — may all beings have
    happy minds. – Metta Sutta

     

    Sutta #17: Mangala Sutta 

    Mangala Sutta
    is a short discourse on blessings. On one occasion when the Buddha was
    dwelling in Jeta’s Grove near Savatthi, a deity came down to ask the
    Buddha on what was the greatest blessing. The Buddha expounded the 38
    blessings, some of these blessings are:

    “Not to associate with the foolish, but to associate with
    the wise; and to honor those who are worthy of honor — this is the
    greatest blessing.”

    To support mother and father, to cherish wife and children, and to be
    engaged in peaceful occupation — this is the greatest blessing.

    To be respectful, humble, contented and grateful; and to listen to
    the Dhamma on due occasions — this is the greatest blessing. – Mangala Sutta

     

    Sutta #18: Aggañña Sutta

    Aggañña Sutta is
    a sutta on the knowledge of beginnings; the genesis and evolution of
    the Universe before the Big Bang. Moral degradation in general, and
    greed in particular, are the key factors that give birth to the physical
    aspect of the Universe.

    “At that period, Vasettha, there was just one mass of
    water, and all was darkness, blinding darkness. Neither moon nor sun
    appeared, no constellations or stars appeared, night and day were not
    distinguished, nor months and fortnights, no years or seasons, and no
    male and female, beings being reckoned just as beings. And sooner or
    later, after a very long period of time, savoury earth spread itself
    over the waters where those beings were. It looked just like the skin
    that forms itself over hot milk as it cools. It was endowed with colour,
    smell and taste. It was the colour of fine ghee or butter, and it was
    very sweet, like pure wild honey. – Aggañña Sutta

     

    Sutta #19: Brahmajala Sutta

    In Brahmajala Sutta,
    the Buddha elaborates on the precepts that will enable one to gain
    respect from people. In addition, the Buddha also reveals the truth
    about Brahma who is the Godhead as found the Abrahamic faiths in the
    Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions. Those who wish to discover about
    the truth about creator God directly from Shakyamuni Buddha himself,
    then look no further, just read the Brahmajala Sutta.

     “Thereupon the being who re-arose there first thinks to
    himself: ‘I am Brahmā, the Great Brahmā, the Vanquisher, the
    Unvanquished, the Universal Seer, the Wielder of Power, the Lord, the
    Maker and Creator, the Supreme Being, the Ordainer, the Almighty, the
    Father of all that are and are to be. And these beings have been created
    by me. What is the reason? Because first I made the wish: “Oh, that
    other beings might come to this place!” And after I made this
    resolution, now these beings have come.’ – Brahmajala Sutta (verse 42)

     

    Sutta #20: Mahaparinibbana Sutta

    Mahaparinibbana Sutta is a final discourse before the Buddha entered Mahaparinibbana.

    And the Blessed One addressed the bhikkhus, saying:
    “Behold now, bhikkhus, I exhort you: All compounded things are subject
    to vanish. Strive with earnestness!” This was the last word of the
    Tathagata. – Mahaparinibbana Sutta

     

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    Decision to be implemented strictly in higher educational institutions : Chief Minister

    New Delhi: April 10, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has hailed the historical decision taken unanimously by Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court through which it upheld reservation facility for the O.B.C. candidates in the central higher educational institutions. Through this decision, the bench upheld the law providing 27 per cent reservation to the O.B.C. candidates in the central higher educational institutions. She said that the State Government fully agreed with the decision and welcomed it. She said that this decision had legitimised the reservation facility provided to the O.B.C. candidates in the higher educational institutions. This reservation arrangement would be strictly implemented in the admissions in the higher educational institutions of Uttar Pradesh, she pointed out. The C.M. was addressing media representatives here today. She said that apart from that, she would also write a letter to the Government of India requesting it to provide reservation facility to the economically poor among backward classes, religious minorities and upper caste people in the higher educational institutions and ask to amend the Constitution. She said that the Centre was being requested to take immediate action in this regard. She assured the Government of India on behalf of her party and the State Government that if the Union Government took any step in this direction, the State Government would support it to the hilt. Km. Mayawati said that U.P. had already been ensuring reservation in higher educational institutions which conformed to today’s decision of the Supreme Court. After today’s decision of Supreme Court it was the responsibility of Centre to ensure the reservation to O.B.C. in admission in all higher educational institutions run by Union Government. Besides, the implementation of the system of reservation should be ensured in such states where it had not been implemented so far. As far as the question of keeping creamy layer among the O.B.C.s out of reservation facility was concerned, the Central Government should re-define creamy layer in view of galloping prices lest the genuinely socially and economically weak candidates belonging to the O.B.C.s were deprived of the reservation facility, she added. **********

    Monday, April 21, 2008

    Know your constituencies

    Mahalakshmi layout is a new constituency in Bangalore City created after the delimitation.

    Mahalakshmi layout is a new constituency in Bangalore City created after the delimitation. Parts of erstwhile Uttarahalli, Rajajinagar and Yelahanka Assembly constituencies have been merged to form the constituency.

    The Congress has strong base in the constituency. In the previous council of the BMP, four wards - Mahalakshmipura, Nandini layout, Geleyara Balaga and Nagapura were represented by the Congress members. M Shivaraj who won from Kamalanagar as an independent candidate had later joined the Congress.
    Chandramma of the JD(S) represented Vrushabhavathi Nagar.

    The Congress has decided to field former MLA N L Narendra Babu from the constituency. R V Harish who recently joined the BJP from the Congress is contesting from the constituency. The JD(S) has not yet selected its candidate. The party’s city wing general secretary T Veeresh and another leader Gopalaiah are main contenders of the JD(S) ticket.

    Narendra Babu contested from Rajajinagar constituency in the previous elections and won. This time he chose to contest from Mahalakshmi layout.

    The constituency is a mix of both developed and underdeveloped; rich and poor people and educated and illiterates. It is basically an industrial area consisting textiles, food industries, multinational IT companies, call centres and BPOs.

    It consists of a good number of parks and playgrounds. Supply of drinking water is not a major problem in the constituency.


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