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911 LESSON 06-05-2013 MONDAY-FREE ONLINE eNālāndā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY Karnataka: 69% polling recorded, searing heat affects voter turnout - See more at: http://www.indianexpress.com/news/karnataka-69–polling-recorded-searing-heat-affects-voter-turnout/1111726/0#sthash.zLU1S2vd.dpuf Over 65 percent turnout in peaceful Karnataka polling Railway bribery scam: Mayawati defends Bansal House panel approves SC/ST Bill Ambedkar has been misunderstood-கர்நாடக சட்டசபை தேர்தல் அமைதியாக நடந்தது: 65 சதவீதம் வாக்குப்பதிவு-புதன்கிழமை ஓட்டு எண்ணிக்கை
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Karnataka: 69% polling recorded, searing heat affects voter turnout


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Over 65 percent turnout in peaceful Karnataka polling

Railway bribery scam: Mayawati defends Bansal

House panel approves SC/ST Bill
Ambedkar has been misunderstood
கர்நாடக சட்டசபை தேர்தல் அமைதியாக நடந்தது: 65 சதவீதம் வாக்குப்பதிவு-புதன்கிழமை ஓட்டு எண்ணிக்கை

EC calls all-party meet to discuss paper trail EVMs

Karnataka: 69% polling recorded, searing heat affects voter turnout


- See more at:
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/karnataka-69–polling-recorded-searing-heat-affects-voter-turnout/1111726/0#sthash.zLU1S2vd.dpuf

See Truth as Truth and Untruth as Untruth on 8-5-2013

Exit
polls by individual scribes point to their own likings as winners “I
can face two battalions but not two scribes” said Napolean.

The magic number to form the government is 113.

Election in 223 Assembly Elections in Karnataka 2013
BSP + SDPI                                                   58    26%
Congress                                                        57    25.55%

JDS                                                                 41    18.38%

BJP                                                                 41    18.38%

KJP                                                                17    7.62%

BSR Congress                                                5     2.24%

Independents  4  1.79%



One  predicted a neck-and-neck fight between the BJP and the JD(S) for the second spot.
CNN-IBN scribe has predicted 100-116 seats for the Congress and 43-53 for the BJP and the JD(S).

Exit polls conducted by various television news channels scribes have predicted a comeback of their own liking parties.

Some scribes show that other parties would bag 16-24 seats.

An exit poll
conducted by Suvarna news channel scribe has placed
the Congress tally at 109 to 120 and that of the BJP at 49-60.  The scribe also predicted
37 per cent of vote share for the Congress, 27 per cent for the BJP, 21
per cent for the JD(S), seven per cent for the KJP, eight per cent each
for the BSR Congress and others. Another study conducted by India TV
scribe and C-Voters scribe gave the Congress a tally of up to 118 while placing the
BJP’s maximum score at 59 and that of the JD(S) at 37. A survey by
Janashree channel scribe also predicted 111 seats for the Congress.

A Scribe of Creative
Centre for Political Studies predicted 110 seats for the Congress, 47
for the BJP and 32 for the JD(S) based on the opinions of people in
8,960 booths in 223 constituencies.

They are all imaginations of individual scribes which are not true.




பெங்களூர்,

224 தொகுதிகளை கொண்ட கர்நாடக சட்டசபைக்கு நேற்று தேர்தல் நடைபெற்றது.

விறுவிறுப்பான வாக்குப்பதிவு
மைசூர்
மாவட்டம் பிரியப்பட்டணா தொகுதி பா.ஜனதா வேட்பாளர் மரணம் அடைந்ததால், அந்த
தொகுதி நீங்கலாக இதர 223 தொகுதிகளிலும் நேற்று காலை 7 மணிக்கு தொடங்கிய
வாக்குப்பதிவு மாலை 6 மணி வரை இடைவிடாமல் நடைபெற்றது.

காலை 7 மணிக்கு வாக்குப்பதிவு தொடங்கிய போது பெரும்பாலான
வாக்குச்சாவடிகள் வெறிச்சோடி காணப்பட்டன. அதன்பிறகு நேரம் செல்லச் செல்ல
வாக்காளர்கள் கூட்டம் கூட்டமாக வந்து ஓட்டுப்போட்டார்கள். இதனால்
வாக்குப்பதிவு விறுவிறுப்புடன் நடைபெற்றது.


2,947 வேட்பாளர்கள்

இந்த தேர்தலில் மொத்தம் 2,947 வேட்பாளர்கள் களத்தில் உள்ளனர்.

மொத்தம் 4 கோடியே 36 லட்சத்து 14 ஆயிரத்து 915 வாக்காளர்கள் உள்ளனர்.
இதில் 35½ லட்சம் பேர் முதல் முறையாக வாக்களிக்கும் தகுதி பெற்றவர்களாக
இருந்தனர். தேர்தலில் வாக்களிக்க மொத்தம் 51 ஆயிரத்து 648 வாக்குச்சாவடிகள்
அமைக்கப்பட்டு இருந்தன. சுமார் 65 ஆயிரம் மின்னணு வாக்குப்பதிவு
எந்திரங்கள் இந்த தேர்தலுக்காக பயன்படுத்தப்பட்டன.

பலத்த பாதுகாப்பு

தேர்தலையொட்டி மாநிலம் முழுவதும் பலத்த பாதுகாப்பு ஏற்பாடுகள்
செய்யப்பட்டு இருந்தன. தேர்தல் பாதுகாப்பு பணியில் கர்நாடக போலீசாருடன்
மத்திய போலீஸ் படை, மத்திய துணை ராணுவ படையினர், மத்திய பாதுகாப்பு
படையினருடன் பிற மாநிலங்களைச் சேர்ந்த போலீசாரும் ஈடுபடுத்தப்பட்டனர்.
மாநிலம் முழுவதும் சுமார் 1,200 வாக்குச்சாவடிகள் மிக அதிக பதற்றம்
நிறைந்தவை என்று கண்டறியப்பட்டதை தொடர்ந்து அங்கு கூடுதல் போலீஸ்
பாதுகாப்பு போடப்பட்டு இருந்தது. அந்த வாக்குச்சாவடிகளை வீடியோ கேமரா மூலம்
கண்காணிக்கவும் ஏற்பாடு செய்யப்பட்டு இருந்தது.

அமைதியாக நடந்தது

ஓரிரு அசம்பாவித சம்பவங்கள் தவிர, மாநிலம் முழுவதும் வாக்குப்பதிவு
அமைதியாக நடந்து முடிந்தது. 69 சதவீத வாக்குகள் பதிவாயின. வாக்குப்பதிவு
முடிவடைந்தவுடன் மின்னணு வாக்குப்பதிவு எந்திரங்கள் ‘சீல்’ வைக்கப்பட்டு
பலத்த பாதுகாப்புடன் வாக்கு எண்ணிக்கை நடைபெறும் மையங்களுக்கு கொண்டு
செல்லப்பட்டன.

புதன்கிழமை வாக்கு எண்ணிக்கை

தேர்தலில் பதிவான வாக்குகள் எண்ணிக்கை வருகிற 8–ந் தேதி (புதன்கிழமை)
நடைபெறுகிறது. அன்று காலை 8 மணிக்கு பலத்த பாதுகாப்புடன் வாக்கு எண்ணிக்கை
தொடங்குகிறது. கர்நாடகத்தில் ஆட்சியை பிடிக்கப்போவது யார்? என்பது அன்று
பிற்பகலுக்குள் தெரிந்துவிடும்.

VOICE OF SARVA SAMAJ 

The Indian Express

indiatvnews

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan


a few seconds ago

See Truth as Truth and Untruth as Untruth on 8-5-2013

Exit
polls by individual scribes point to their own likings as winners “I
can face two battalions but not two scribes” said Napolean.

The magic number to form the government is 113.Election in 223 Assembly Elections in Karnataka 2013
BSP + SDPI 58 26%
Congress 57 25.55%

JDS 41 18.38%

BJP 41 18.38%

KJP 17 7.62%

BSR Congress 5 2.24%

Independents 4 1.79%

One predicted a neck-and-neck fight between the BJP and the JD(S) for the second spot.
CNN-IBN scribe has predicted 100-116 seats for the Congress and 43-53 for the BJP and the JD(S).

Exit polls conducted by various television news channels scribes have predicted a comeback of their own liking parties.

Some scribes show that other parties would bag 16-24 seats.

An exit poll
conducted by Suvarna news channel scribe has placed
the Congress tally at 109 to 120 and that of the BJP at 49-60. The scribe also predicted
37 per cent of vote share for the Congress, 27 per cent for the BJP, 21
per cent for the JD(S), seven per cent for the KJP, eight per cent each
for the BSR Congress and others. Another study conducted by India TV
scribe and C-Voters scribe gave the Congress a tally of up to 118 while placing the
BJP’s maximum score at 59 and that of the JD(S) at 37. A survey by
Janashree channel scribe also predicted 111 seats for the Congress.

A Scribe of Creative
Centre for Political Studies predicted 110 seats for the Congress, 47
for the BJP and 32 for the JD(S) based on the opinions of people in
8,960 booths in 223 constituencies.They are all imaginations of individual scribes which are not true.


The Pioneer

the pioneer

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan


a few seconds ago

All recognised political parties
may also demand the the EC to make public the Open Source Code for the
new voter verifiable paper trail (VVPT) machines to replace the EVMs.

2. EC must not practice Caste Discriminative source of bias by
draping the ELEPHANT symbol that too with the trunk raised above and
SC/ST/OBC leaders statues during UP Assembly elections and never draped
NATIONAL FLOWER LOTUS symbol and statues of BJP leaders during Karnataka
Election 2013. And during the coming general elections EC must drape
all the HAND symbol and Congress leaders statues for level playing
ground.

3. EC have allotted NATIONAL FLOWER LOTUS to BJP and sacred RELIGIOUS
HAND used by astrologers and Islam to Congress. Both must be frozen.

4. EC must take all the (VVPT) machines door to door along with the
agents of parties as it is done for collecting electricity and water
bill and also make provisions to cast votes online.


Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan


a few seconds ago

IT IS HIGH TIME THAT BABA SAHEB
DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR must be referred as BUDDHIST and all Ambedkarites
refer themselves proudly as BUDDHISTS by PRACTICING BUDDHISM and make
all efforts to spread DHAMMA. That is the only way to HONOR Dr.AMBEDKAR
and for ANNIHILATION OF VARNAS.

Railway bribery scam: Mayawati defends Bansal



Railway bribery scam: Mayawati defends Bansal
BSP chief Mayawati has refused to back the demand for resignation of railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal.

NEW DELHI: It was “not appropriate” to seek resignation of railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal over the bribery scandal before CBI files a final report on the issue after its investigations, BSP chief Mayawati said on Monday.

“The issue is being investigated by the CBI and it should not prolong
its probe in this case and keep its report before the nation as soon as
possible.

“Till the time CBI report does not come out, it would
not be appropriate to ask for the resignation of the railway minister
in a hurry,” she told reporters outside Parliament House complex.

The BSP supremo was asked to comment on the opposition demand for
Bansal’s resignation after his nephew was held by the CBI for allegedly
taking bribe for appointment of a railway board member.

 ”We are not UPA
constituents and are giving only outside support to it.”

House panel approves SC/ST Bill

A Parliamentary Standing
committee has approved The Readjustment of Representation of Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies
Bill, 2013 which seeks to give limited powers to the Election
Commission to determine change in nomenclature of a parliamentary or
Assembly seat where a caste has been included or excluded from the SC/ST
list in the last one decade.


The Bill was referred to the Standing Committee on Law after members
from various parties, including BJP, BSP, SP and CPI-M, objected to
rushing through the crucial legislation when it was introduced in Rajya
Sabha during the first half of the Budget Session.         

EC calls all-party meet to discuss paper trail EVMs

The Election
Commission will meet all recognised political parties on May 10 to seek
their consent for the new voter verifiable paper trail (VVPT) machines
to replace the EVMs, following doubts that it could be tampered.

Over 13 lakh machines at a cost of roughly Rs 1,690 crore is what the
Commission would require to conduct the General Elections with the VVPT
technology. Under this system, the voter will get to see a paper trail
of the vote cast by him providing details of the candidate, party name,
and symbol. This would be collected in a box provided separately with
the machine.


With the matter currently being monitored by the Supreme Court  EC informed that it
would rely on the Centre to earmark finances and carry out necessary
amendments to the Conduct of Election Rules 1961.

Appearing for the Centre, Attorney General GE Vahanvati informed a
Bench of Justices P Sathasivam and Ranjan Gogoi that the process of
amendment was “underway”. In response to a letter written by EC on March
28, 2013, the Legislative Department of the Law Ministry had begun the
work of preparing amendments to the Rules, which would be placed before
the Parliament.

The Bench exclaimed, “We are happy that it has finally materialised.
Now what remains is when we are to implement it.” All parties were in support of
introducing the VVPT machines.



Ambedkar has been misunderstood


 

Ambedkar Speaks (Vol I, Ii And Iii)

Author:  Narendra Jadhav

Publisher : Konark, Rs4,000

Narendra Jadhav is pained to see BR Ambedkar being projected as
a Scheduled Caste (SC) icon. He was a national leader, an economist and a women rights
activist, tells the author to Utpal Kumar


 


Narendra Jadhav has achieved a lot in his life. He is a bureaucrat,
economist, social scientist, writer and educationist — all in one. While
giving credit to his father — along with BR Ambedkar — for all his
achievements, he gets emotional. “When I look back, I realise my father
was quite an intelligent person. But he couldn’t come out of his
wretchedness. Had he got a fair opportunity, he would have achieved much
more than what I have in all these years.” Jadhav’s father, however,
did what he could: He followed the advice of Ambedkar and ensured his
sons get good education and thus outgrow the impediments of the
regressive social order.


So, is this the reason why he has come up with the three-volume book on
the speeches of Ambedkar? “No,” says Jadhav, “it’s not just personal.
There is so much confusion regarding Ambedkar and his ideas that I
couldn’t stop myself from compiling this book.”


Jadhav is pained to see Ambedkar being painted as a SC/ST leader. “Only
two things come to the mind of people when they think of Ambedkar: One,
he was the architect of the Constitution. And two, he was the leader of
SC/STs. Of course, he was the emancipator of the downtrodden, but to
call him a SC leader is erroneous.”


For him, Ambedkar was one of the founding fathers of modern India who
contributed immensely in the field of economics, socio-political and
religious thoughts, law and, of course, constitution. “To give you a
specific example, many people don’t know that he was one of the finest
economists of the era, and that most of his degrees barring law were in
that subject.”


“As the Labour Member of the Viceroy’s Executive Council between 1942
and 1946, Ambedkar was instrumental in bringing about several labour
reforms, including establishment of employment exchanges. He got in
place a framework for the tripartite settlement of disputes between
Government, labour union leaders and employers. He also played an
important role in shaping the irrigation policy, especially the Damodar
Valley Project on the scale of the Tennessee Valley Project. So, he was a
practising economist too. This is one aspect which has not been
recognised yet,” says Jadhav, reminding about Ambedkar’s role in the
making of the Finance Commission, which gives guidelines on how to
devolve resources between the Centre and States. “Do you know that the
original source of reference for all the 13 Finance Commission reports,
in a way, are based on Ambedkar’s PhD thesis, The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India, written in 1923? We know the outcome, but never give credit to the person,” says he.


Another area where his contribution has gone unsung is in the field of
women’s empowerment. “For three-and-a-half years as the first Law
Minister of Independent India, Ambedkar championed the cause of the
Hindu Code Bill and when he couldn’t get it passed, he resigned from the
Cabinet,” says the author. What was the Hindu Code Bill? It was about
giving women their rightful place in male-dominated Hindu families.
Jadhav is hurt that no one, not even women organisations, recognises
Ambedkar’s contribution in this field. “I don’t belittle the role played
by Raja Rammohun Roy and others, but Ambedkar’s contribution in the
recent past is immense,” says the author.


For Ambedkar, untouchability had two aspects: One, it made others look
down upon Dalits; two, Dalits themselves internalised some sort of
inferiority complex — they started believing that something was
inherently lacking in them! “I believe the most brilliantly managed scam
in the history of mankind is the caste system. For centuries, Dalits
were made to believe that they must have done terribly wrong in their
previous lives for the difficulties they are facing in this one. So,
they were exhorted not to challenge the system, but to perform their
assigned duties faithfully and expect to be born better in the next
life! It was Ambedkar who made Dalits ask a simple question: ‘It may be
in the interest of others to be your masters, but why should it be in
your interest to be their slaves?’ This made them realise that being
treated as humans was their rights and not something which could be
given to them as handouts,” says Jadhav.


Ambedkar is often charged with co-ordinating with British on the issue
of Independence. Jadhav disagrees. “If you look at his speeches, you
will find the dilemma he faced: On one hand, he had to take on the
British. And on the other, he faced Mahatma Gandhi. At a given time he
couldn’t have taken on both of them. Despite seeking separate electorate
for Dalits, Ambedkar had the highest interest of the country in mind.
So much so that even Gandhi would call him a patriot of the highest
order. Thus, in my view, he was taking sides strategically for
furthering national development as well as promoting the interest of SC/STs.”


The irony, Jadhav says, was that since Gandhi had such an influence
over Indians that anyone opposing him would automatically be regarded as
a ‘traitor’. And that’s what had happened to Ambedkar. But there was no
way he could have agreed to the Mahatma, with the two having
contrasting socio-political outlooks. “While Gandhi’s advice to all his
followers was to go to villages, Ambedkar wanted them to shift to
cities. He believed that since everyone knew everybody in villages, you
were expected to perform your duties as per your caste requirements. You
can’t perform any other role in a village. Ambedkar knew that going to
cities would mean going to anonymity, going to education, going to
better job opportunities. There you are not recognised by your caste,”
says the author.


The second bone of contention between Gandhi and Ambedkar, says Jadhav,
was on the issue of conversion. Ambedkar had announced in 1935 that he
was born an untouchable Hindu but he would not die a Hindu. He converted
21 years later, in 1956. In these years he studied different creeds as
he wanted to convert to a religion which was consistent with the Indian
ethos and at the same time based on equality, liberty and fraternity.
“That’s why he chose Buddhism,” says the author. Gandhi vehemently
opposed this outlook, saying religion was not like a cloak which one
could change at will. He expected people to perform duties traditionally
assigned to them. Ambedkar couldn’t have agreed to it.


Ask about Arun Shourie’s Worshipping False Gods, questioning
Ambedkar’s role in the making of the Constitution, and Jadhav’s voice
gets shriller. “I am appalled at the way Shourie wrote the book. I will
pick just two quotes to substantiate my claim. One was by TT
Krishnamachari, member of the drafting committee, who went on record to
say that out of seven members in the drafting committee, one was
constantly abroad, one was ill, others were busy and so couldn’t come
regularly, and the entire responsibility came on Ambedkar. Then there
was Rajendra Prasad, president of the Constituent Assembly, who
profusely praised him for his role in the making of the Constitution,
saying they couldn’t have chosen a better person than Ambedkar to do the
job.


Jadhav, however, remains optimist about future. “Recently, I was in a
slum. There I saw a group of SC/ST kids studying under a dimly-lit
lantern. There lies the hope. SC/STs now know that education alone can
empower them. And this is the gift that Ambedkar had given them through
his slogan: Educate, organise and agitate.”

  

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