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2598 Sat 21 Apr 2018 LESSONS-The Life Story of the Buddha
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The Life Story of the Buddha


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Buddhist GIF ☸️ Your worst enemy can not harm you as much as your own thoughts, unguarded. But once mastered, no one can help you as much, not even your father or your mother. (Dh., ch. 3)

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Gautam Buddha or “the enlightened one” was a sage whose teachings laid
the foundation of Buddhism. His teachings are a bit different from other
religions as he asks people to make their own choices, without being
too extreme on the religion. Let’s have a look at some of the famous
teachings of Buddha and try to learn something from them.

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Please enjoy these wonderful images telling the life story of Lord
Buddha Shakyamuni. The historical Buddha Shakyamuni was the founder of
Buddhism. His life story and teachings are the basis of all authentic
Buddhist teachings existing in the world today. Through the deeds of his
glorious life, we see how and what we as Buddhist aspirants should
practice, cultivate and aim for in our own spiritual journey. His story
is taught at all Buddhist institutions all over the world. Here the life
story of the Buddha is presented in visual form. Viewing these images
will plant strong imprints into your mind, to achieve the same qualities
of compassion and wisdom that the Buddha showed and taught during his
lifetime and ultimately Buddhahood itself. May you be blessed by these
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2596 Thu & Fri 2597 19 & 20 Apr 2018 LESSONS Nomination BSP Karnataka State In-Charge Mr Marasandra Muniappa would file his nomnationfor Bidar NorthAssembly seat on Monday 23 April at 11 AM . R Muniappa Impeachment motion against CJI:
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Nomination
BSP
Karnataka State In-Charge Mr Marasandra Muniappa would file his
nomination for Bidar North  Assembly seat on Monday 23 April at 11 AM .
R Muniappa


Impeachment motion against CJI:

http://indianexpress.com/…/karnataka-assembly-elections-20…/

[This is an implicit admission on the part of the Sanghis that the
“Development”/”Gujarat Model’ and “anti-corruption” pitches are just not
working.
So, it has got to be a hate campaign, with very few ifs and buts.

《”This election is not about roads, water or other issues. This
election is about Hindus vs Muslims, Ram Mandir vs Babri Masjid,” ANI
quoted BJP lawmaker Sanjay Patil as saying in Belagavi. Patil represents
the Belagavi Rural constituency in north Karnataka. The video of Patil
making this comments has been doing rounds on social media and has
evoked criticism from many quarters.》]

http://indianexpress.com/…/karnataka-assembly-elections-20…/

Karnataka polls 2018 about Hindus vs Muslims, Ram Mandir vs Babri Masjid, not about other issues: BJP MLA
Karnataka will go to polls on May 12 and the results will be declared
on May 15. The tenure of the current Karnataka Legislative Assembly will
expire on May 28.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |

Updated: April 19, 2018 9:51:45 pm

Karnataka assembly elections 2018: “This election is not about roads,
water or other issues.This election is about Hindus vs Muslims, Ram
Mandir vs Babri Masjid,” says BJP MLA Sanjay Patil.

A Bharatiya
Janata Party (BJP) MLA in Karnataka has raked up a controversy with his
comment that the upcoming state assembly election is “not about roads
and drinking water but about Hindu-Muslim incidents”.

“This
election is not about roads, water or other issues. This election is
about Hindus vs Muslims, Ram Mandir vs Babri Masjid,” ANI quoted BJP
lawmaker Sanjay Patil as saying in Belagavi. Patil represents the
Belagavi Rural constituency in north Karnataka. The video of Patil
making this comments has been doing rounds on social media and has
evoked criticism from many quarters.

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Karnataka will go to polls on May 12 and the results will be declared
on May 15. The tenure of the current Karnataka Legislative Assembly will
expire on May 28.

ALSO READ | Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: BJP’s 22 or Congress’ resurgence?

BJP MLA from Bairia, Surendra Singh, had recently said that the 2019
Lok Sabha elections will be a contest between two “mentalities” — Hindu
and Islamic. “Ye 2019 ka chunav Islam banam bhagwan hone ja raha hai
(The 2019 elections are going to be Islam versus bhagwan),” Singh told
the public during a rally in Ballia on Thursday.

READ | Bairia BJP MLA at UP rally: ‘Lok Sabha elections will be Islam versus bhagwan’


Peace Is Doable

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Indian Legal News

Breaking: SC seeks AG’s assistance in petition to curb discussion on judges by legislators, media

The
ex CJI Sathasivam had committed a grave error of judgement by ordering
the the EVMs with the software and source code kept secret and not made
public to the voters could be replaced in a phased manner which itself
is a clear proof that the EVMs could be tampered. This was done on the
suggestion of the ex CEC Sampath because of the cost of Rs1600 crore to
replace the entire EVMs that has negated the Universal Adult Franchise
guaranteed to all the voters by our Marvellous Modern Constitution. The
CJI never ordered for using Ballot Papers till all the3 fraud EVMs.This
helped the Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the
Master Key. The just 0.1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one
terrorists of the world, violent, militant, ever shooting, lynching,
lunatic, mentally retarded outsiders from Bene Israeli paradesis
chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rowdy, Rakshsa Swayam Sevaks ) remotely
controlling the BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) have become
emboldened to implement their stealth, shadowy, discriminatory
manusmriti cult. Therefore taking action on such CJIs including
impeachment as per our Constitution is in order. To avoid the thinking
that such motion is sure to be defeated and in the not too likely of
being admitted e-filing to the Supreme Court must be done by all the
voters of this country. Online trials could be conducted by honest
judges in a collegium system and the judgements could be published in
all social media as the loyal users are the owners of the Internet. 


Prasad Vaidya ·

Why
peoples should not criticise judges ? You can criticise pm,cm then why u
need to exclude judges They are not very special They have enough
protection and their corruption is also protected under it.

Amittabha Datta ·
Works at Self-employed

You
criticize God religions gurus and really great people , why not judges,
are they above everything and everyone . Good will come out unscathed.
This world is a great test centre and everyone has to appear In the
test.
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The Court then sought the assistance of Attorney General KK Venugopal to look into the matter of restraining Parliamentarians and the media


http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/cji-dipak-mishra-impeachment-opposition-firming-up-motion-top-updates-118042000348_1.html

Even if the motion is sure to be defeated, in the not too likely event of being admitted.

But,
it, no doubt, serves the purpose of throwing the spotlight on the way
the highest institutions of democracy - its very pillars, are being
brazenly subverted.


http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/cji-dipak-mishra-impeachment-opposition-firming-up-motion-top-updates-118042000348_1.html

Impeachment motion against CJI:
Opposition
parties, led by Congress, met Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu today to
submit the motion for impeachment of CJI Dipak Misra.

Impeachment motion against Chief Justice: Dipak Misra controversy explained
SC crisis: Opposition mulls impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra
Opposition signs draft impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra
Opposition divided over possible impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra

The
Supreme Court said it was “very disturbed” at the course of
developments involving public statements by the Members of Parliament
(MPs) on the removal of the Chief Justice of India (CJI). The apex court
said it was “very unfortunate” that despite knowing the law that till a
certain point, the issue of impeachment cannot be made public, the
politicians were holding public discussions. The move came a day after
the apex court rejected the pleas of those, including Congress leader
Tehseen Poonawalla, seeking an independent probe into the death of
special CBI Judge B H Loya, who was hearing the high-profile Sohrabuddin
Sheikh fake encounter case in which BJP President Amit Shah was
discharged by the court.

The
MPs who signed the notice calling for the impeachment belong to the
Congress, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Left parties Communist
Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and Communist Party of India (CPI), the
Samajwadi Party (SP), and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). After handing
over the notice to Vice-President Naidu, Azad said, “We have moved an
impeachment motion seeking the removal of CJI Dipak Misra under five
listed grounds of misbehaviour. We have sought his removal under Article
217 read with Article 124(4) of the Constitution of India.”

Here
are the top developments around the Congress and Opposition’s move
to bring in an impeachment motion against Chief Justice of India Dipak
Misra:


 Opposition parties meet to firm up impeachment motion against CJI
Misra: Opposition parties led by the Congress today met Vice President
and Rajya Sabha chairman M Venkaiah Naidu and handed over a notice for
impeachment of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. According to sources,
over 60 MPs of the Rajya Sabha belonging to seven political parties
gave the notice for the impeachment against the CJI. The MPs who signed
the notice belong to the Congress, the NCP, the CPI-M and CPI, the SP
and the BSP. The leaders of these parties earlier met in Parliament and
gave final shape to the notice for impeachment. After the meeting,
Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad confirmed that the leaders were
moving the notice for impeachment against CJI..

Congress, SP, BSP, others working on impeachment motion: The Opposition
parties expected to attend the meeting to discuss the impeachment
motion include the Congress, the Samajwadi Party, the Bahujan Samaj
Party, the Rashtriya Janta Dal, the Communist Party of India, and the
Nationalist Congress Party.

Opposition parties to meet to give shape to proposed CJI impeachment motion

Even before Loya verdict, Congress had said impeachment option against
CJI was open: The Congress earlier this month had said that the option
of moving an impeachment motion against CJI Misra was still open and had
added that it would be a very sad day if the Opposition has to take
that step. “We are very very concerned about what is happening in court
(in the Supreme Court). The issues, which were raised by four SC judges,
have not been addressed yet. We believe the option (impeachment) which
is available to us is still open,” senior party leader and noted lawyer
Kapil Sibal had told reporters.

Asked
why the motion was not moved during the then just-ended Budget session
of Parliament, he had said: “Nothing has come in the way. This is not
some instant coffee. we are dealing with an institution… And, I want
to make it very clear that it will be a very sad day if the Opposition
has to take that step. It will be with a very heavy heart but that does
not mean that the Opposition has foreclosed that option..”

“We
are as concerned about the independence of the judiciary as anybody
else, but we want to protect the institution. We mean the people of
India must protect this institution from the kind of gross interferences
by the government and be protected also from within. So, we have to
wait. This is a serious matter and if we think about it, calmly, coolly,
look at all the possible consequences and then come to a conclusion,”
he added.


Opposition has all options open: Cong on impeachment motion

 After signature collecting drive, Congress had kept move on hold during
Budget session: During the Budget session, which concluded earlier this
month, the Congress had initiated a move collecting more than 50
signatures of Rajya Sabha members in a bid to table the impeachment
motion against CJI Misra..

SC seeks AG’s help on media gag on CJI impeachment

Justice J Chelameswar, who had earlier courted controversy by
virtually revolting against CJI Misra, earlier this month had said that
impeachment cannot be an answer to every question and problem, adding
that there was a need to correct the system. Justice Chelameswar, the
senior-most judge after the CJI, said the January 12 press conference he
held along with justices Ranjan Gogoi, M B Lokur, and Kurian Joseph,
was the result of “anguish” and “concern” as their deliberations with
the CJI did not achieve the desired results on the issues raised by them
regarding the functioning of the top court.

Asked
by journalist Karan Thapar, who was in conversation with the judge, if
there is “sufficient ground for seeking impeachment of the Chief Justice
of India”, Justice Chelameswar said: “Why this question is asked?”

“The
other day, someone was asking for my impeachment. I don’t know why this
nation is worried about impeachment so much. In fact, we (along with
Justice Gogoi) wrote in the judgement of Justice C S Karnan that apart
from that, there must be mechanisms to put the system in order.
Impeachment can’t be the answer for every question or every problem. A
few days ago, I heard somebody asking for my impeachment. Like the
saying goes, I don’t agree with you but I shall protect your right to
say so,” he said.

Read
our detailed copy on why Opposition parties are aiming to impeach CJI
Dipak Misra: Impeachment motion against Chief Justice: Dipak Misra
controversy explained

What is an impeachment motion? Under Judges (Inquiry) Act, 1968, and
the Judges (Inquiry) Rules, 1969, for the impeachment of the CJI or a
Supreme Court judge, the motion needs to be introduced in either Houses
of the Parliament. Article 124(4) of the Constitution of India says, “A
Judge of the Supreme Court shall not be removed from his office except
by an order of the President passed after an address by each House of
Parliament supported by a majority of the total membership of that House
and by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the members of that
House present and voting has been presented to the President in the same
session for such removal on the ground of proved misbehaviour or
incapacity.”

How does an impeachment motion work? An impeachment motion works in the following way:

a)
To move an impeachment motion against the CJI, the signatures of 100
MPs are needed in the Lok Sabha and the signatures of 50 members are
required in the Rajya Sabha. The motion can be introduced in either of
the Houses.

b)
After the motion is introduced, it will be up to the Speaker of the Lok
Sabha or the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha to accept it. In this case, it
would be up to Sumitra Mahajan and Venkaiah Naidu, respectively.

c)
If the motion is accepted, a three-member committee, comprising one
Supreme Court judge, one judge of the high court and one notable jurist,
would be formed to further investigate the charges.

d)
If the three-member committee further decides to support the motion,
the matter will be taken up for discussion in the House where it had
been originally introduced. The impeachment process will get passed only
when either 100 Lok Sabha MPs or 50 Rajya Sabha members support the
motion.

e)
Irrespective of which House introduces the motion, according to the
Indian Constitution, it will have to be passed by the other House as
well. Only after gaining a two-thirds majority in both the Houses will
the motion finally get passed to the President of India.

f) If the motion is passed in both the Houses, then the President will take the final call.

How
did the talk of an impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra begin?
The talks of an impeachment motion came after Justices J Chelameswar,
Ranjan Gogoi, M B Lokur, and Kurian Joseph in January this year held a
press conference and issued a statement to say that the situation in the
Supreme Court was “not in order” and that many “less than desirable”
things had taken place. They had said that “democracy will not survive
in the country” unless the institution was preserved.



Peace Is Doable


Opposition
parties, led by Congress, met Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu today to
submit the motion for impeachment of CJI Dipak Misra. Read for latest
updates…
business-standard.com

http://indianexpress.com/…/imf-chief-lagarde-pm-narendra-m…/
http://indianexpress.com/…/imf-chief-lagarde-pm-narendra-m…/

[《”What has happened (in India) is just revolting. I would hope that
the Indian authorities, starting with Murderer of democratic
institutions ( Modi), pay more attention because it is needed for the
women of India,” Lagarde said, during an interaction with reporters at
the start of the spring meeting of the international finance
organisations. However, the IMF chief clarified that it was her personal
view and not that of the organisation as a whole. “By the way this is
not an IMF official position. It is my position,” PTI quoted Lagarde as
saying.

Modi promised ‘justice to India’s daughters’, while
in London at a town hall event. Modi said such incidents should not be
politicised as a rape is a rape. The anger among NRIs over the incidents
back home was palpable when hundreds of protesters greeted Modi with
placards “Modi go home” when he arrived in London for bilateral talks
with Theresa May and the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.》]

http://indianexpress.com/…/imf-chief-lagarde-pm-narendra-m…/

Modi gets some advice from IMF chief Christine Lagarde: ‘Pay more attention to women safety’
Christine Lagarde to Modi: “I would hope that the Indian authorities,
starting with Modi pay more attention because it is needed for the
women of India.”

International Monetary Fund chief Christine
Lagarde called the incident “revolting” while appealing to Modi to pay
more attention towards security of women. (File)

With pressure
mounting on the government to take swift action in the Kathua rape case,
which has led to a national outrage and has seen protests break out
across the country, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde
on Thursday called the incident “revolting” while appealing to Modi to
pay more attention towards security of women.

“What has happened
(in India) is just revolting. I would hope that the Indian authorities,
starting with Modi, pay more attention because it is needed for the
women of India,” Lagarde said, during an interaction with reporters at
the start of the spring meeting of the international finance
organisations. However, the IMF chief clarified that it was her personal
view and not that of the organisation as a whole. “By the way this is
not an IMF official position. It is my position,” PTI quoted Lagarde as
saying.

This happens to be the second time in four months that
Lagarde has asked Modi to improve the conditions for women in the
country. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Lagarde said she had
informed Modi that his speech did not mention much about the women in
India. “When I was last in Davos after Modi’s speech, I did tell him
that he had not mentioned the women of India enough. And it’s not just a
question of talking about them,” the managing director of IMF said.

Lagarde’s latest nudge to the Indian authorities on the condition of
women comes at a time when three rape incidents – Kathua, Unnao and
Surat – have fuelled anger in the country, more so over the apparent
silence that Modi and senior leaders maintained following the incidents.
However,Modi, who just completed a trip to Sweden where coonch (sangu)
was blown and UK, broke his silence over the incidents last week.

Modi promised ‘justice to India’s daughters’, while in London at a town
hall event. Modi said such incidents should not be politicised as a rape
is a rape. The anger among NRIs over the incidents back home was
palpable when hundreds of protesters greeted the PM with placards “Modi
go home” when he arrived in London for bilateral talks with Theresa May
and the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.


Peace Is Doable


Christine
Lagarde to PM Narendra Modi: “I would hope that the Indian authorities,
starting with Prime Minister Modi pay more attention because it is
needed for the…
indianexpress.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrccAn0M4d0

[Modi in London is attending a meet of the Commonwaelth heads.
He alone was adorned with this unique honour!]

I/V.
‘British media reaction on protest against Murderer of democratic institutions( Modi) London Visit 2018′

<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrccAn0M4d0>.

II.
Women in white protesting Modi visit

<https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/…/play;_ylt=AwrWq2MgRdhaA…>.

III/V.
‘People Protest against Modi upon arrival in London Justice For ASIFA ….’

<https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/…/play;_ylt=AwrXklfVedlax…>.

IV/V.
‘Protest Against Modi”

<https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/…/play;_ylt=AwrXklfVedlax…>.

V.
https://in.reuters.com/…/prime-minister-modi-confronted-by-…

Modi confronted by angry protests in London

Tom Ball, William James
4 MIN READ

LONDON (Reuters) - Hundreds of noisy protesters greeted Modi when he
arrived in London on Wednesday, demonstrating over a rising tide of
sexual violence at home, including two particularly brutal rapes.

Demonstrator holding placards and protesting against Modi walk past
supporters of Prime Minister in Parliament Square, London, Britain,
April 18, 2018.

REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Holding placards
reading “Modi go home” and “we stand against Modi’s agenda of hate and
greed,” they gathered outside Downing Street and parliament as Modi
arrived for talks with Prime Minister Theresa May.

Modi later
responded at an event in front of thousands of Indian, saying the rape
cases were “a matter of great concern”, had brought “a shame” on the
country and called for the perpetrators to be outed.

Sexual
violence against women is a highly charged political issue in India,
where protests regularly erupt about entrenched violence against women
and the failure to protect them.

“The Indian government are doing
nothing, and you feel sorry for the families because of the total
injustice of it all,” said Navindra Singh, an Indian-born lawyer who
lives in Britain.

“He has been in power for four years now aftewr
gobbling the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs and there has been
no policy change to help protect women and children.”

Protests
have erupted across India after the latest rape cases were reported.
Police officers and a politician are under investigation in two of the
unrelated cases.

In a crime that shocked India, an eight-year-old
Muslim girl in the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir was kidnapped,
drugged and held for several days while she was raped repeatedly and
then murdered.

In the other case, a state lawmaker from Murderer
of democratic institutions (Modi)’s Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths
(BJP) stands accused of raping a teenager. No action was taken against
the politician until the girl threatened to set herself on fire earlier
this month. Her father died soon afterwards from injuries he suffered in
police custody.

Modi’s comments on Wednesday followed remarks
last week, which came after a week of silence on the issue and promised
justice regardless of whoever the guilty were.

Demonstrator holds a placards and pictures of Modi in Parliament Square, London, Britain, April 18, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Nearly 40 percent of India’s rape victims are children, and the 40,000
reported rapes in 2016 marked a 60 percent increase over the level in
2012. But women’s rights groups say the figures are still gross
underestimates.

In London, a spokeswoman for a group of UK-based
Indian students and alumni - who did not want her name to be used - said
the group had come under fire after it sent a letter to Modi last week
demanding action over the rape cases. The letter was signed by Indian
and Asian student groups from more than 20 British universities.

She told Reuters many of the university groups had received calls from
“UK-based individuals” pressuring them to remove their signatures from
the letter, and that members of the group had not received tickets for
Wednesday’s event with Modi, although the organisers had told they
would.

“The question you have to ask is are our voices being silenced,” she said.

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Modi, a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory manusmriti cult, is a divisive
figure in India and his second trip to Britain represents a remarkable
turnaround for a man who was once banned from the UK over his alleged
role, as chief minister of Gujarat, in riots that killed about 1,000
people in 2002.

Britain ended a boycott of Modi in 2012 after he
emerged from being a provincial politician to the likely leader of the
world’s largest democracy. He has denied wrongdoing and was exonerated
by an inquiry ordered by India’s Supreme Court.

Additional reporting by Marc Jones, writing by Andrew MacAskill and Marc Jones; editing by Larry King


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