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19413 FRIDAY LESSON 892-THE TIPITAKA-Vinaya Pitaka-Bhikkhuni Vinaya 37 Bhikkhuni-Pacittiya Pali English Sinhala from FREE ONLINE eNālāndā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY through http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org THE ONLY BUDDHIST & SARVAJAN (SC/ST/OBC/MINORITIES/POOR UPPER CASTES) an Alternative Media is: http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org The Only Hope of the Nation is Elephant of BSP! People are just fed up with Congress, other regional parties and BJP! capture the MASTER KEY ! For Mayawati! Maha Mayawati JI the next Prime Minister of PRABUDDHA BHARATH For equal distribution of wealth of this country to Sarvajan i.e., for SC/ST/OBC/Minorities and poor upper castes for peace,welfare and happiness of the entire people and not just for corporate interests and in - humanists. Maha Mayawati JI the next Prime Minister of PRABUDDHA BHARATH-Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati predicts early polls- A total of 3,957 candidates have filed their nominations for the May 5 Assembly Elections in Karnataka, as per the final compilation by the Election Commission. - No Voter ID card? No Worries; Alternative documents allowed for voters’ identity AWAKENED ONE WITH AWARENESS ONE’S FAIR TRADE PRACTICE http://sbinformation.about.com/od/business-ideas/a/small-business-ideas.htm http://sbinformation.about.com/od/business-ideas/qt/Dog-Waste-Removal-Small-Business-Idea.htm Dog Waste Removal Small Business Idea The Pros and Cons of Starting a Pooper Scooper Business
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THE ONLY BUDDHIST
& SARVAJAN (SC/ST/OBC/MINORITIES/POOR UPPER CASTES) an Alternative
Media is: http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org



The Only Hope of the Nation is Elephant of BSP!

People are just fed up
with Congress, other regional parties and BJP!
 capture the MASTER KEY !
For Mayawati!

Maha Mayawati JI the next Prime Minister of PRABUDDHA BHARATH

For
equal distribution of wealth of this country to Sarvajan i.e., for
SC/ST/OBC/Minorities and poor upper castes for peace,welfare and
happiness of the entire people and not just for corporate interests and
in - humanists
.
Maha Mayawati JI the next Prime Minister of PRABUDDHA BHARATH


Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati predicts early polls

A total of 3,957
candidates have filed their nominations for the May 5 Assembly Elections
in Karnataka, as per the final compilation by the Election Commission.


No Voter ID card? No Worries; Alternative documents allowed for voters’ identity



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The Only Hope of the Nation is Elephant of BSP!

People are just fed up
with Congress, other regional parties and BJP!


 capture the MASTER KEY !
For Mayawati!







Maha Mayawati JI the next Prime Minister of PRABUDDHA BHARATH

VOICE OF SARA SAMAJ-

Congress
won in the recent election since BSP did not contest and ELEPHANT
symbol not allotted to any candidate. Now with the support of SDPI and
former Chairman Dr.Dwaraknath of Backward Class Commission and Trans Sex
candidate in Gandhinagar where no political party gave seat for them,
it is going to be a major winner with ever rising prices of essential
commodities, water, electricity scarecity and social boycot of SC/STs in
many places. BSP will distribute wealth of the state equally among all
sections of the society including SC/ST/OBC/minorities/ poor upper
castes as enshrined in the Constitution for peace, welfare and happiness
of the entire people.The media must paly a vital role in this regard. 

The true fact is that the media does not rely on its real users but entirely depend on advertisements that are published in the name of paid news. Scribes contact people for advertisements even during press conference and after. These things along with buying of votes have to be videographed by true lovers of democracy and published in Internet and YouTube. Educated youths who are interested in acquiring the MASTER KEY for BSP  may form such teams to expose these vote buyers.

As
per the report submitted to him by the City Police Commissioner
Raghavendra Auradkar, there is nothing to suggest that the blast near
the BJP office today is linked to elections, Jha said.Zeenews may kindly
publish comments without any bias in the larger interest of the peace,
welfare ansd happiness of the entire people. Napolean once said that he can face two battalions but not two scribes.

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A total of 3,957
candidates have filed their nominations for the May 5 Assembly Elections
in Karnataka, as per the final compilation by the Election Commission.


Candidates can file multiple nominations. Total number of candidates,
who submitted papers is
3,957, a number which is subject to “updation”
as Election officials are still in the process of compilation.

April 20 is the last day for withdrawal.

In 23 of the total 224 segments, the number of candidates is more
than 16, which means that the authorities would have to deploy
additional ballot unit as one can have a total of only 16 names, in the
event of them remaining in the fray beyond that number.

As per the report submitted to him by the City Police Commissioner
Raghavendra Auradkar, there is nothing to suggest that the blast near
the BJP office today is linked to elections, Jha said.

He said authorities seized Rs 12 lakh in cash and eight kgs of gold
in Tumkur district, Rs three lakh in Deodurg and Rs five lakh in Soraba,
adding, an investigation is on to find if they were meant for “use” for
the polls, in violation of model code of conduct.



No Voter ID card? No Worries; Alternative documents allowed for voters’ identity


Chief Electoral Officer Anil Kumar Jha on Tuesday said even
though the Election Commission had directed voters to produce their
Electors Photo Identity Cards (EPICs) to establish their identity before
casting their votes, those who did not have EPICs need not worry.

Voters  shall produce any one of the following 23 photo documents for
establishing their identity and exercise their franchise at their
respective polling stations, he said.

The list includes:

Jha said that as many as 20,64,292 new inclusions had been made to
the electoral rolls in the State, of which 6,23,527 were from Bangalore.
Around 12,000 applications are under processing and soon the final list
of voters will be ready. As of Tuesday, the total number of voters in
the State electoral roll is around 4.38 crore, he said.

Voters in Bangalore need not worry too much if they misplace or lose their EPICs in the coming days.

The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, in association with the
State e-governance department, has equipped as many as 10 Bangalore One
centres to print duplicate EPICs for voters.

Voters can go to any of these centres, produce a valid photo identity
proof like driver’s licence or ration card, pay a nominal fee of Rs 10
and get the EPIC card printed for them, he said.


Over 3,000 complaints received

Anil Kumar Jha said the Election Commission has received 3,261
complaints regarding Assembly polls and related issues in the State so
far. Apart from complaints on alleged violation of code of conduct, the
list also includes suggestions and grievances from the public. As many
as 1,987 complaints have been disposed of, he said.

Jha said election officials and police across the State have  seized
cash and other valuables worth over Rs seven crore. On Tuesday, Rs one
crore cash was seized in Bailhongal taluk of Belgaum district and Rs 21
cash in Bagalkot district. On Monday, Rs five lakh cash was seized in T
Narsipur in Mysore district, Rs seven lakh in Bellary, Rs 3.4 lakh in
Chitradurga and Rs 20 lakh in Athani of Belgaum district, he said.


Bangalore: Two candidates
in the fray for the May 5 Assembly polls in Karnataka were arrested on
Thursday on different counts, one of them for allegedly threatening an
election officer.

Munirathnam Naidu, a city corporator and Congress candidate, and
Venkatesh Gowda from the Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), both contesting
from Rajarajeshwarinagar assembly constituency, were arrested, police
said.


While Naidu was nabbed for allegedly threatening an election officer
and obstructing him from performing his duty, Gowda was held in
connection with the pending cases of assault and atrocity.

Further investigations into the matter are underway, they added.


Denied ticket by the
Congress party, the dissidence leaders in Karnataka have decided to
contest nonetheless for upcoming Assembly elections in the state.


Four local Congress leaders have filed their papers as Independent candidates in the KGF constituency.


Former ministers,  are contesting as JD(S),
Samajwadi Party and JD(S) candidates respectively. On the other hand a
local leader  is contesting as JD-S candidate from
Davanagere South. He was denied a ticket by the Congress party.



Candidates make beeline to temples


As the poll fever hots up
in Karnataka for the May 5 Assembly Elections, the candidates in the
fray are making a beeline to temples hoping for a divine swing in their
favour.

Whether it is Gali Anjaneya Temple, the famous Bull temple or the Lord
Narasimha Temple here, candidates and their supporters are seen waiting
patiently to have a darshan, promising generous donations, if they
emerge victorious.

According to the priests, the candidates consult their respective family
astrologers before visiting a temple and are very particular on
performing certain “poojas” on specific days as per their horoscopes.

“It is sometimes interesting to see an individual who has never paid
obeisance to gods in his life time, bending backwards to please the
almighty for his own selfish reason. But he does not know that he can
take the people, not the gods for a ride”, said a priest on condition of
anonymity. (Dark Blind men searching for a black cat in a dark room which is not there.)

The rush in the temples is more during early morning and late evening
with the candidates spending over an hour at the temples, the married
ones along with their spouses, offering huge floral garlands and fruits
to the gods.

The head priest of a famous temple says,
“most of them (candidates) utilise their visit to the temple to
interact with the public, an indirect way of campaigning”.

“One can see them at their politest best with the public and also
donating generously to beggars who sit on temple steps, a behaviour
which can be witnessed only before polls”, he said.

“We, besides astrologers are very much in demand in such times. The
astrologers to foretell the political future of the candidates and
advise them as to what they should do to fulfil their political
aspirations and we to help them with implementation of the astrologers’
instructions. We make hay while the sun shines”, he says unflinchingly
with a smile.


Karnataka polls: Paid news to come under scrutiny

Bangalore: Election Officers would keep a hawk-eyed vigil on “paid news” in the run-up to the May 5 Karnataka Assembly polls.

State Chief Electoral Officer Anil Kumar Jha Tuesday issued
directions to all District Election Officers (DEO) to set up
district-level media certification and monitoring committees (MCMCs) to
check “paid news” during the electioneering.

The Chief Electoral Office would make use of the existing
provisions of law to arrest the incidence of “paid news” or surrogate
advertisements in print and electronic media, he said in a statement
here.

The DEO in each district would do vigorous scrutiny of all newspapers
published or having circulation in the district in order to locate
political advertisement in the garb of news coverage appearing within
the election period, Jha said.

He said the DEOs would closely monitor advertisements released in print
media in any form including surrogate advertising in the form of news.

“The DEOs would also serve notices to candidates and political parties
where called for, so that expenses incurred are duly reflected in the
account of the concerned candidate and party,” he added.

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MapLight U.S. Congress: Research Guide

If you want to run for Congress, you need money. A lot of money.

To win election, U.S. House members raised, on average, $1,900 per day, every day, for an entire two-year term—including weekends and holidays. That’s $1.4 million per House member, on average.

Winning senators raised $7.5 million, on average—$3,400 per day. (These figures are for the 2008 election, from the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.)

The main source of this campaign money is interest groups that want
something from government. Once elected, politicians often pay back
their campaign contributors with special access and favorable laws. This
common practice is contrary to the public interest. MapLight’s research
tools help shine a light on the connection between money and votes, to
help citizens hold legislators accountable.

Money and Votes

MapLight connects money and votes. We bring together, in one website,
the money given to politicians with each politician’s votes.

We provide data, research services, and online tools
that work together to make patterns of money and influence more
transparent. Connections between campaign contributions, interest groups
and votes that would have required days or weeks of manual research are
now available at the click of a mouse.

We currently track money and votes for the U.S. Congress and the California and Wisconsin state legislatures. You can stay up-to-date on our work via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.

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A similar attempt like MapLight
U.S. Congress: Research Guidemust be made in India as to how Congress
and BJP run to win election by raising lots of money and once won how
they pay back to the interested groups who paid them.Please guide
.


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The Pros and Cons of Starting a Pooper Scooper Business


Dog waste removal, or becoming a pooper scooper, may be dirty work, but it’s a growing business for many communities.

If you live in an area with a lot of dogs, the potential could be
huge because many busy dog owners are willing to pay someone else to
clean up after their dogs. If you’re up for the challenge, you have the
potential to build a successful business as a dog waste removal
specialist.

The Pros

While it may seem like there aren’t that many benefits, becoming a pooper scooper has it’s advantages:

  • The startup costs are very low.
  • It’s an easy business to operate.
  • You don’t need any special education or training.
  • It can be a good business for business owners of any age.
  • It’s environmentally sound because it protects groundwater, reduces bacteria and prevents air-borne contaminants.
  • You can expand on your services by adding dog walking, selling dog products, etc.

The Cons

Some of the challenges of starting a pooper scooper business include:

  • It’s literally a smelly job and is not very glamorous.
  • It can be a bit hazardous at times, so you need protective gloves and eyewear.
  • You need to research and follow local rules and regulations for waste disposal.
  • Initial fees are generally low, so you need to work on long-term
    contracts and servicing multiple clients in the same geographic area.
  • You will have to work outside in all types of weather.
  • You may need bonding and liability insurance.

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