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ON ETHICS
THE WAY OF HOME LIFE


A person should show respect for his or her relatives in five ways:
1) by giving charity,
2) by saying kind words,
3) by benefiting others,
4) by sharing things, and
5) by not taking advantage of others.

Relatives should show respect for one of their own in five ways:
1) by guiding the wild and unrestrained,
2) by protecting those who lose wealth because of their unrestrained ways,
3) by protecting the fearful,
4) by not admonishing each other in public, and
5) by praising each other.

FBD: World Bank approves US$ 197 million credit to India for agricultural development

July 1, 2009 –
The World Bank has approved a USD 197 million credit to India to
increase the agricultural productivity of degraded lands in northern
state of Uttar Pradesh.

“This will help improve food security for thousands of poor farming
households through increased productivity and cropping intensity,” the
multilateral lending agency said in a statement.

The Third Uttar Pradesh Sodic Lands Reclamation Project builds on the
achievements of the first two such projects in the state that helped
reclaim over 2,50,000 hectares of unproductive land, the bank said.

“More than 4,25,000 poor families have benefited so far, experiencing
three- to six-fold increase in crop yields. The new project is expected
to directly benefit over 3,25,000 farm families,” World Bank Country
Director for India Roberto Zagha said.



Mayawati and others
Make Liberhan report public: Maya

Chief Minister Mayawati has demanded that the Centre makes public the Liberhan Commission report without any delay.

She also blamed
Congress and BJP for the demolition of the “disputed site”. Mayawati
said this while addressing mediapersons on Tuesday.

The chief
minister said the Commission taking 17 years to complete its probe is
not in the interest of the people. “Janata ka viswas kam ho jata hai.
Sath hi dhan ki barbadi bhi hoti hai,” she said. Mayawati alleged that
Congress, which was in power at the Centre when Babri Masjid was
demolished, had advance information about the possibility of the
demolition.

She added that
secular forces had expected the Centre to dismiss the then BJP
government in Uttar Pradesh to save the disputed site. “But the
Congress government allowed the demolition to take place,” she added.



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