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2610 Thu 3 May LESSON https://karnatakaelections2018.com/karnataka-election-jds-bsp-launch-joint-campaign/ Karnataka Elections 2018 Karnataka Assembly Elections: JD(S) and BSP to launch joint campaign- Why this modi modi modi di ???
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Karnataka Elections 2018

Karnataka Assembly Elections: JD(S) and BSP to launch joint campaign
Why this modi modi modi di ???



Should leaders like Mayawati be entitled to such high security? AFP


Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan
2 minutes ago
Yeooi song
Scam song
Why this modi modi modi di ???
cheque correct
Why this modi modi modi di ???
no scam please
why this yeooi !!!!!
AA Modi ?
Scaminalli modi-u modi-u
Modi colour-u kaavi-u
Modi gang
lootu jootu
BJP not on track-u
Mathhe PM aago dream-u
Ballot paper Crash-U
Elru saying EVMs fraud-u
Yeooi Future Dark-u
Why this modi modi modi di ???
Namma votes yensko
kith kolleke mathe barthare
Sari na maga??
All BJP CMs Ready
Wah.. what a change
Modi Mama
Ok Mama, new party change-u
hhhmmmm KJP start
don’t remind please
sullu maathu
janara laathu
eyes full tear-u
empty life-u
BJP come-u
Yeooi reverse gear -u
Love-u Love-u
O my love -u
You showd me how-u
cow-u, cow-u, holy cow-u
he wants to hear now-u
BJP is falling low-u
we are happy now-u
This is song for RSS boys
they dont have a choice
Why this modi modi modi di ???
BJP doesn’t have a choice
But you do
Vote for BSP/JD(S)

Ahead
of the upcoming Karnataka Election, Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) and
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), announced an alliance in Karnataka. The BSP
is expected to contest 20 of the 224 seats in the assembly elections.
The
national leadership of both JD(S) and BSP launched the joint campaign
at a public meeting to be held at Bengaluru on 17 February.


List of Constituencies to be contested by BSP in alliance with JD(S) for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018



District Assembly
Chamarajnagar 1. Kollegal (SC)-BSP: N Mahesh
2. Chamarajnagar-BSP: Mallikarjuna Swamy
3. Gundlupet-BSP: S Guruprasad
Bengaluru Urban 4. Aanekal (SC)
Belagavi 5. Nippani-BSP: Kamat Ramesh Ishwar
6. Chikkod- Sadalga-BSP: Sadashivappa Maruthi Walke
7. Raibagh (SC)-BSP: Dr. Rajeev Kamble
Davanagere 8. Honnali-BSP: Kathari Sathyanarayana Rao
Bidar 9. Bidar (North)-Marsandra Muniyappa
Kalaburgi 10. Chittapur (SC)-BSP: Devaraja V K
11. Kalaburgi Rural (SC)
Bellary 12. Vijayanagar
Bagalkot 13. Bagalkot City
Udupi 14. Karkala-BSP: Udaya Kumar
Hubballi-Dharwad 15. East (SC)-BSP: Shobha Ballary
Haveri 16. Byadgi-BSP: Shivabasappa Bhagannanavar
Gadag 17. Shirahatti (SC)-BSP: Chandrakanth Subhas Kadrolli
18. Gadag City
Vijayapura 19. Babaleshwar
Mangaluru 20. Suliya (SC)




Karnataka Assembly Election dates Date of notification April 17 Last date to file nominations April 24
Last date to withdraw nominations April 27
Date of polling May 12
Date of counting May 15

The JD(S) on Saturday released its first list of 126 candidates for
the Karnataka Assembly Elections nominating former Chief Minister H D
Kumaraswamy and his elder brother H D Revanna to contest again from
Ramanagara and Holenarasipura seats, respectively.

Deve Gowda

[JDS releases 2nd list of Candidates: Congress, BJP rebel leaders get
tickets]

first party release the list for the
upcoming elections.

Also, the party has not declared a candidate for Channapatna, from where
Kumaraswamy’s wife is likely to contest.

The JD-S was in power in the state from May 2005 to October 2007, f

 The JD-S and BSP entered into a poll pact in New Delhi on February 8 to
prevent what they called the division of secular votes and take on the
ruling Congress and opposition BJP in the elections to the 225-member
Assembly.

The BSP will contest about 20 reserved constituencies but campaign
jointly for candidates of both parties.

Here’s the probable list of 126 JD(S) candidates contesting elections

1. Girish Buthale (Athani)

2. Shivanagouda Patil (Belagavi Rural)

3. Shankar Malagi (Bailahongal)

4. Jadav (Ramadurga)

5. Basvaraju Kannur (Terdal)

6. Toufil (Jhamakandi)

7. Hanumantha Mavinamarad (Badami)

8. A S Patil Nadahalli (Muddebihal)

9. Appugouda Patil (Basavana Bagevadi)

10. Devanand Chouhan (Nagathana)

11. B D Patil (Indi)

12. Magoli (Sindhagi)

13. Kedaralingaiah (Jevargi)

14. Raju Krishna Naik (Surpur)

15. Amin Reddy (Shahapur)

16. A C Kadalur (Yadgir)

17. Naganagouda (Gurmitkal)

18. Sushil Bai B (Chincholli)

19. Basavaraj Diggavi (Gulbarga South)

20. Nasir Usthad (Gulbarga North)

21. Suryakanth Kurali (Aland)

22. Nasir Hussain (Humanabad)

23. Bandappa Kashampur (Bidar South)

24. Raja Venkatappa Naik (Manvi)

25. Venkatesh Poojary (Devadurga)

26. Siddu Bandi (Lingasagur)

27. Raja Somanath Naik (Maski)

28. Manjula D M Ravi (Kanakagiri)

29. Veerannagouda Police Patil (Yalaburgi)

30. Neeravari (Kushtagi)

31. Nadagouda (Sindhanur)

32. H N Konareddy (Navalgund)

33. Mallikarjuna Akki (Kundagol)

34. Rajanna Koravi (Hubballi Dharwad Central)

35. Anand Asnotikar (Karwar)

36. Pradeep Naik (Kumta)
37. Nayathulla (Bhakal)

38. Shashibhushan Hegde (Sirsi)

39. Ravindra Naik (Yellapura)

40. Sanjay Dange (Haveri)

41. Siddappa (Hirekeru)

42. Sripad Sahukar (Ranebennur)

43. Vasanth Kumar (Sandur)

44. N T Bommanna (Kudligi)

45. Yethinhatti Goudaru (Molakalmuru)

46. Raveesh (Challakere)

47. K C Veerendra (Chitradurga)

48. Yeshodar (Hiriyuru)

49. Srinivas Gadige (Holalkere)

50. H S Shivashankar (Harihara)

51. Hudigere Ramesh (Channagiri)

52. Shila Naik (Mayakonda)

53. Sharada Purya Naik (Shimoga Rural)

54. Appaji Gowda (Bhadravathi)

55. Niranjan (Shivamogga)
56. Manjunatha Gowda (Thirthahalli)

57. Baligar (Shikaripura)

58. Madhu Bangarappa (Soraba)

59. Ravi Shetty (Byaindur)

60. Bidthi Gangadhar Bhandari (Udupi)

61. Venkatesh Govinde Gowda (Sringeri)

62. B B Ningaiah (Mudigere)

63. Harish (Chikkamagalur)

64. YSV Datta (Kadur)

65. Suresh Babu (Chikkanayakanahalli)

66. Lokeshwar (Tiptur)

67. M T Krishnappa (Turuvekere)

68. D Nagarajaiah (Kunigal)

69. Govindaraju (Tumkur - City)

70. D C Gowrishankar (Tumkur - Rural)

71. Sudhakar Lal (Koratagere)

72. Srinivas (Gubbi)

73. Sathyanarayan (Sira)

74. Thimarayyappa (Pavagada)

75. Veerabhadraiah (Madhugiri)

76. Bacche Gowda (Chikkaballapura)

77. Rajanna (Siddlaghatta)

78. J K Krishna Reddy (Chintamani)

79. C R Manohar (Bagepalli)

80. Venkatashiva Reddy (Srinivasapura)

81. Baktavatsalam (KGF)

82. Mallesh (Bangarpet)

83. Manjunath Gowda (Malur)

84. Gopal (K R Pura)

85. Chandranna (Bytarayanapura)

86. Javarai Gowda (Yeshwanthpur)

87. Manjunath (Dasarahalli)

88. Gopaliah (Mahalakshmi Layout)

89. Hanumanthegowda (Hebbal)

90. Anwar Sharief (Sarvajnanagar)
.
91.Narayanaswamy (Gandhinagar)

92. Bage Gowda (Basavangudi)

93. Gopal (Padmanabhanagar)

94. Devadas (BTM Layout)

95. Pillamunishamappa (Devanahalli)

96. Mune Gowda (Doddaballapura)

97. Srinivasa Murthy (Nelamangala)

98. H D Kumaraswamy (Ramanagar)

99. Manju (Magadi)

100. Annadani (Malavalli)

101. D C Thammanna (Maddur)

102. C S Puttaraju (Malkote)

103. Ravindra Srikantaiah (Srirangapatna)

104. Narayana Gowda (K R Pet)

105. Suresh Gowda (Nagamangala)

106. C N Balakrishna (Sharavanbelagola)

107. Shivalinge Gowda (Arasikere)

108. H S Prakash (Hassan)

109. H D Revanna (Holenarasipura)

110. A T Ramaswamy (Arkalgud)

111. H K Kumaraswamy (Sakaleshpura)

112. Lingesh (Beluru)

113. Jeevijaya (Madikeri)

114. Sanketh Puvaiah (Virajpet)

115. Mahadeva (Periyapatna)

116. Sa Ra Mahesh (K R Nagar)

117. H Vishwanth (Hunsur)

118. G T Deve Gowda (Chamundeshwari)

119. K S Rangappa (Chamaraja)

120. Abdula (Narasimhaja)

121. Mallesh (Krishnaraja)

122. Abhishek (Varuna)

123. Chikkana (H D Kote)

124. Samruddhi Manjunath (Mulbagal)

125. Ashwin Kumar (T Narasipura)

126. K R Ramesh (Haliyal)

https://scroll.in/…/modi-was-elected-to-get-india-sprinting…

Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) got selected by thre fraud
EVMs to gobble the Master Key, but all he’s doing is screen the movie
in fast motion: The Modi’s claims on full electrification of India’s
villages follow a familiar script.

[Speculations are rife that
the 56″ somehow managed an invite to Wuhan to petition Xi not to
humiliate India militarily, before the next Lok Sabha poll.

《Expecting China to accept India as a permanent member of the UN
Security Council would be too much, but Modi’s failure to gain entry
even to the Nuclear Suppliers Group suggests he has not adequately used
the leverage at his disposal, notably the massive market for
Chinese-made products in India. Perhaps he will pull the NSG rabbit out
of his hat just before next year’s general election for maximum
political impact. Certainly, the impression created by his China trip
was of a prime minister seeking to ward off bad news in an election year
rather than one advancing the cause of his nation.

…The
Bharatiya Janata Party proclaimed through front page advertisements in
national dailies that April 28, 2018 was momentous, for it was the day
India achieved full electrification of its villages. In cornering the
glory, the party acted like a batsman who comes to the crease with three
required for victory and takes full credit for the win after scoring
those final runs. Around 97% of India’s villages fulfilled the
definition of being electrified when Modi came to power; he scored just
3% of the runs.》]

https://scroll.in/…/modi-was-elected-to-get-india-sprinting…

Modi was elected to get India sprinting, but all he’s doing is screen the movie in fast motion
The government’s claims on full electrification of India’s villages follow a familiar script.

Following the trend described in my previous column, Modi continued to
under-deliver in international affairs, returning from his
heart-to-heart in Wuhan with Xi Jinping with little concrete to offer.
The Indian government had contained expectations ahead of the meeting,
framing it as a wide ranging philosophical discussion, but the absence
of any real progress stood out at the summit’s conclusion.. Expecting
China to accept India as a permanent member of the UN Security Council
would be too much, but Modi’s failure to gain entry even to the Nuclear
Suppliers Group suggests he has not adequately used the leverage at his
disposal, notably the massive market for Chinese-made products in India.
Perhaps he will pull the NSG rabbit out of his hat just before next
year’s general election for maximum political impact. Certainly, the
impression created by his China trip was of a prime minister seeking to
ward off bad news in an election year rather than one advancing the
cause of his nation.

Taking all credit
If Modi’s NSG failure
is instructive, so is the manner in which his party presents domestic
success. The Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP) proclaimed through
front page advertisements in national dailies that April 28, 2018 was
momentous, for it was the day India achieved full electrification of its
villages. In cornering the glory, the party acted like a batsman who
comes to the crease with three required for victory and takes full
credit for the win after scoring those final runs. Around 97% of India’s
villages fulfilled the definition of being electrified when Modi came
to power; he scored just 3% of the runs.

Sharing credit for the
process that led to the watershed moment would be anathema for Modi and
Amit Shah. They prefer an us-versus-them, take-no-prisoners approach in
which the decades of Congress rule are viewed as a long era of darkness
and corruption bereft of redeeming qualities. They paint the Indian
National Congress as a malevolent entity to be extirpated rather than
what it is, a democratic opposition party with a nearly identical
economic programme and a significantly different social policy. Modi and
Shah claim to bring radical change while pursuing the same incremental
reform that characterised the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance
rule.

India’s record in most areas of economic development over
the four Modi years is very similar to that of the previous 10. Take
power generation, which is relevant to the discussion about rural
electrification. The government’s figures indicate that the years of UPA
II produced an average annual growth rate of 6.06%, and the figure has
dropped slightly to 5.68% under the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance
rule. The tiny difference between the two is less significant than the
fact that India today can produce far more power than it can sell.
Growth of demand has lagged the tremendous augmentation of installed
capacity. Utilisation of capacity in both private and public sector
thermal power plants has plummeted in the last decade, from around 80%
to less than 60%. This has contributed substantially to the crisis of
bad loans threatening India’s banks.

No easy solution
State
Distribution Companies (Discoms), the intermediaries between producers
and consumers, are plagued by losses, and don’t have the resources to
buy power, leaving citizens, even those who can afford the bill, to cope
with power cuts. Successive administrations have tried to solve the
Discom problem. The NDA under Atal Behari Vajpayee introduced the
Accelerated Power Development Programme in 2001, and modified it the
following year. UPA I further altered that plan before coming up with a
new one in 2012 called the Financial Restructuring Plan. The idea was to
have state governments absorb half the liabilities of the Discoms,
giving them breathing room to cut transmission losses, theft and
under-recoveries. Under Modi, the Power Minister Piyush Goyal introduced
the Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojana or UDAY scheme, which had state
governments take over 75% of the Discoms’ debt while banks restructured
the rest.

The success of all these schemes, which were animated
by similar ideas, depended on electricity providers being able to clean
up their act in the face of populist pressure. The news with respect to
UDAY’s success is mixed. Only seven of the 31 states and union
territories that signed on to the plan reported meeting their 2017
targets to pare losses. Meanwhile, shifting the debt burden is merely
kicking the can down the road, as states will be forced to cut
investment to pay interest on debt they have inherited from the Discoms.
It is a mess with no easy solution, as Arun Jaitley admitted in a rare
moment of public introspection at a 2017 meeting of the BRICS Economic
Forum.

None of this means India is going backwards. Each year,
more people get access to power and more people can afford to pay for
it. The slow pace of change is what can seem depressing. A village is
considered electrified if at least 10% of the households within it have
access to power. That’s a very low threshold, and crossing it can only
be cause for muted celebration. What India really looks forward to is a
time when every citizen will not only have access to power, but actually
use it to light rooms, cool homes, play television, and charge mobile
phones and computers. That is no pipe dream, but a privilege residents
of dozens of countries enjoy today. We began 70 years ago by crawling
towards that target, and 25 years ago began to walk. Narendra Modi was
elected on the promise of getting India sprinting, but all he’s doing is
screen the movie in fast motion.


Peace Is Doable


The government’s claims on full electrification of India’s villages follow a familiar script.
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https://www.ndtv.com/…/provident-fund-portal-hacked-2-7-cro…

[Yet, it’s “secure” beyond 5′ thick and 13′ high wall!

It’s the Attorney General, before the Supreme Court of India!

What dangerous pack of jokers!

《In a letter to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology,
the Central Provident Fund Commissioner has written that hackers have
stolen data from the Aadhaar seeding portal of EPFO. He has also asked
the ministry’s technical team to plug vulnerabilities on the portal aadhaar.epfoservices.com that has now been temporarily shut. The portal links the Aadhaar number of employees with their provident fund accounts.》]

https://www.ndtv.com/…/provident-fund-portal-hacked-2-7-cro…

Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft
The Aadhaar seeding portal of EPFO, aadhaar.epfoservices.com, has been temporarily shut

All India | Reported by Sukirti Dwivedi, Edited by Subrat Nanda |

Updated: May 02, 2018 20:43 IST

Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft
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The Aadhaar seeding portal of EPFO has personal and professional details of its members

NEW DELHI:

HIGHLIGHTS
Provident fund body chief writes to Intelligence Bureau
Says hackers have stolen data from portal made to link Aadhaar numbers
Has asked centre’s technical team to plug vulnerabilities

The personal and professional details of about 2.7 crore members
registered with the retirement fund body Employees Provident Fund
Organisation (EPFO) have been exposed to data theft.

In a letter
to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, the Central
Provident Fund Commissioner has written that hackers have stolen data
from the Aadhaar seeding portal of EPFO. He has also asked the
ministry’s technical team to plug vulnerabilities on the portal aadhaar.epfoservices.com that has now been temporarily shut. The portal links the Aadhaar number of employees with their provident fund accounts.

In the letter marked “secret”, the commissioner wrote that the
Intelligence Bureau (IB) had informed them of “hackers exploiting the
vulnerabilities prevailing in the website (aadhaar.epfoservices.com) of EPFO.”

Details of the scale of the breach are not known but the website
contains information like the names and addresses of EPF subscribers
besides their employment history.

“Each person contributes 12% of
salary as provident fund, so salary details could also have been
stolen. Also the bank account numbers as people tend to withdraw their
PF,” said cybersecurity expert Anand Venkatnarayan.

epf
Hackers exploiting vulnerabilities, EPFO commissioner wrote to the government

A total of 114 government websites were hacked between April 2017 and
January 2018, the Ministry of Electronics and IT told Lok Sabha in
March.

On April 6, amidst reports that several websites including
those of the ministries of defence, home and law had been hacked, the
government had dismissed them as hardware problems.

Cyber security experts say monitoring is a big issue with government websites.

“The reason why these breaches happen is that the government is always
reactive instead of being proactive. We never take security measures in
initial stages. There should be a proper bug reporting mechanism also so
that we can report to the government and they can secure their
database,” said Kshitij Adlakha, CEO of Cybersecurity firm Secugenius.

“No confirmed data leakage has been established or observed so far. As
part of the data security and protection, EPFO has taken advance action
by closing the server and host service through CSC (Common Service
Centre) pending vulnerability checks, EPFO said in a statement.

The head of the Computer Emergency Response team of the Ministry of
Electronics and IT, when contacted by NDTV, remained unavailable.

The body that governs Aadhaar, UIDAI, has clarified that it has nothing to do with the alleged data breach from aadhaar.epfoservices.com.
“This matter does not pertain at all to any Aadhaar data breach from
UIDAI servers. There is absolutely no breach into Aadhaar database of
UIDAI. Aadhaar data remains safe and secure,” it said.


Peace Is Doable


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