Kindly Vote for all the 5 BSP Candidates
contesting in the Karnataka State By - Election on 18-08-2009
Dr. Subash Bharani (Kollegal)The
BSP candidate Subash Bharani, the former IPS
officer, accused the opposition of indulging in malpractices including use of
money power. But there is wave for the party and people will vote for change, he
stated. The segment has rejected the politicians it elected once and will
continue the tradition since Congress nominee Jayanna is not active, JD(S)
candidate N Balaraj merely indulged in film activities when he was an MLA and
BJP candidate G N Nanjundaswamy was never close to the people.
said he is fighting to help the party open
its account in the state assembly. This should pave for the growth of BSP here,
Nahidha Salma (Govindarajanagara)
Sujeevan Kumar (Channapatna)
Karnataka State Coordinator Ashok Siddharth, President Marasandra
Muniappa, Vice President N.Mahesh, general Secretaries Bulla Subbha
Rao, Kamalanabhan, State Executive Committee member Gopinath, and
leaders R.Muniappa, Chengappa, Tulasi das, campaigned in all the 5
Assembly constituencies explaining the following points to all the
voters in their Door-to-door campaign.
Smt. Nahidha Salma contesting for the Govindarajanagara Assembly
constituency goes around constituency along with BSP leaders and
Agha, Nazharath,, Ramesh, J.Chandrasekharan, Ethiraj, T.S. Thimmappa,
Ganesh, B.A.Nagaraj, Manjunath, K.T. Praveen, M. Manju,
H.hanumantharaya, Prakash and hundreds of women and men supporters
belonging to SC/STs Muslims, Christians, backward communities and
poorer among the upper castes, door-to-door in all the wards and
important localities of Govindarajnagara, such as
103 BBMP Ward
Kaveripura (OLD Ward :103- Pattigarpalya) consisting,
104 BBMP Ward
Govindaraja Nagar consisting
105 BBMP Ward
Rajaji Nagar Industrial town,
125 BBMP Ward
126 BBMP Ward
Maruth Mandir ward (OLD Ward :126- GKW Layout) consisting
27 BBMP Ward
BBMP Ward Nagarabhavi (OLD Ward :128- Chandra
131 BBMP Ward
and explains to following:
Rice is sold at Rs. 40 Dal at Rs. 100,
Vegetable prices are sky rocketing, Petrol price has been increased by more
than Rs. 4 per litre.Then why vote for the ruling parties? Kindly Cast your
valuable Vote in Favour of BSP Candidates by PRESSing
BUTTON FACING ELEPHANT SYMBOL !
were not alert, your invaluable votes were, either bought or looted or remained
unused and selfish persons are misusing your votes by ensnaring you in the name
of caste and creed, money, temple, church and mosque or all kinds of emotional
blackmail. You got carried away by alluring promises made in the election
manifesto of the ruling party.
BSP is the
only party that is for the welfare of all sections of the society, irrespective
of caste and creed, language and religion. It does not give money to buy votes.
So vote for BSP elephant to rise in your lives to the defense of Democracy.
In UP Sister
Mayawati’s Government made Effective
arrangements to check stockpiling and black marketing. To pressurize
the Karnataka Government caste your vote for BSP elephant.
Sister Mayawati’s U.P. Government demands Rs. 7789.14 crore relief package
from Centre for drought affected districts of State. To pressurize the
Karnataka Government to do the same, cast your vote for BSP elephant.
Chief Minister of UP sister Mayawati Ensured basic facilities for backwards, weaker and poor sections of
society— To pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same, cast
your vote for BSP elephant.
amenities to urban poor is top priority of UP State Government ruled by
Honourable Chief Minister Sister Mayawati - To
pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same, cast your vote for BSP
Balika Ashirvad Yojna and Savitri Bai Phule Balika Shiksha Madad Yojna is being
implemented effectively for empowerment of poor girls and to make them
self-reliant by the UP Government ruled by Honourable Chief Minister
Sister Mayawati - To pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same,
cast your vote for BSP elephant.
There is a good response from the voters and Nahidha Salam is likely to win the seat.
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Khetta = field
Vana = forest
Potthaka = book
Atta = ego, self
Sisa = head
Aṇḍa = egg
Verbs: Hoti = bhavati (bhu = is, be )
Present tense Past
Hoti – Honti Ahosi
Hosi – Hotha Ahoso
Homi – Homa Ahosiṁ -
Hessati – Hessanti
Hessasi – Hessatha
Hessāmi – Hessāma
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Little Prince No-father
Power of Truth]
upon a time, the King of Benares went on a picnic in the forest. The beautiful
flowers and trees and fruits made him very happy. As he was enjoying their beauty,
he slowly went deeper and deeper into the forest. Before long, he became separated
from his companions and realized that he was all alone.
he heard the sweet voice of a young woman. She was singing as she collected firewood.
To keep from being afraid of being alone in the forest, the king followed the
sound of the lovely voice. When he finally came upon the singer of the songs,
he saw that she was a beautiful fair young woman, and immediately fell in love
with her. They became very friendly, and the king became the father of the firewood
he explained how he had gotten lost in the forest, and convinced her that he was
indeed the King of Benares. She gave him directions for getting back to his palace.
The king gave her his valuable signet ring, and said, “If you give birth
to a baby girl, sell this ring and use the money to bring her up well. If our
child turns out to be a baby boy, bring him to me along with this ring for recognition.”
So saying, he departed for Benares.
the fullness of time, the firewood woman gave birth to a cute little baby boy.
Being a simple shy woman, she was afraid to take him to the fancy court in Benares,
but she saved the king’s signet ring.
In a few years,
the baby grew into a little boy. When he played with the other children
in the village, they teased him and mistreated him, and even started
fights with him. It was because his mother was not married that the
other children picked on him. They yelled at him, “No-father!
No-father! Your name should be No-father!”
course this made the little boy feel ashamed and hurt and sad. He often ran home
crying to his mother. One day, he told her how the other children called him,
“No-father! No-father! Your name should be No-father!” Then his mother
said, “Don’t be ashamed, my son. You are not just an ordinary little boy.
Your father is the King of Benares!”
little boy was very surprised. He asked his mother, “Do you have any proof
of this?” So she told him about his father giving her the signet ring, and
that if the baby was a boy she should bring him to Benares, along with the ring
as proof. The little boy said, “Let’s go then.” Because of what happened,
she agreed, and the next day they set out for Benares.
they arrived at the king’s palace, the gate keeper told the king the firewood
woman and her little son wanted to see him. They went into the royal assembly
hall, which was filled with the king’s ministers and advisers. The woman reminded
the king of their time together in the forest. Finally she said, “Your majesty,
here is your son.”
The king was ashamed in front of all the ladies and gentlemen of his court. So,
even though he knew the woman spoke the truth, he said, “He is not my son!”
Then the lovely young mother showed the signet ring as proof.
the king was ashamed and denied the truth, saying, “It is not my ring!”
the poor woman thought to herself, “I have no witness and no evidence to
prove what I say. I have only my faith in the power of truth.” So she said
to the king, “If I throw this little boy up into the air, if he truly is
your son, may he remain in the air without falling. If he is not your son, may
he fall to the floor and die!”
she grabbed the boy by his foot and threw him up into the air. Lo and behold,
the boy sat in the cross-legged position, suspended in mid-air, without falling.
Everyone was astonished, to say the least! Remaining in the air, the little boy
spoke to the mighty king. “My lord, I am indeed a son born to you. You take
care of many people who are not related to you. You even maintain countless elephants,
horses and other animals. And yet, you do not think of looking after and raising
me, your own son. Please do take care of me and my mother.”
this, the king’s pride was overcome. He was humbled by the truth of the little
boy’s powerful words. He held out his arms and said, “Come to me my son,
and I will take good care of you.”
by such a wonder, all the others in the court put out their arms. They too asked
the floating little boy to come to them. But he went directly from mid-air into
his father’s arms. With his son seated on his lap, the king announced that he
would be the crown prince, and his mother would be the number one queen.
In this way, the king and all his court learned the power of truth. Benares became
known as a place of honest justice. In time the king died. The grown up crown
prince wanted to show the people that all deserve respect, regardless of birth.
So he had himself crowned under the official name, “King No-father!”
He went on to rule the kingdom in a generous and righteous way.
moral is: The truth is always stronger than a lie.
It may be recalled that the State Tourism Department, with a
view to attracting capital investment in the Tourism Industry, had
issued a G.O. in year 2006. The Noida Board, in its 135th meeting,
accepted the G.O. and decided to implement this policy in Noida. In
this light, plots were identified in sector 96, 97 and 98 of Noida. In
October, 2006, advertisements were issued for the newspapers for
25 plots for setting up three, four and five star hotels in Noida. As
many as, 31 applications were received for allotment of plots, out of
which 14 plots were allotted for various categories of hotels on 12
Against these allotments, two P.I.Ls were filed in Allahabad
High Court. It was brought to the notice of High Court that the land
allotment rate for these plots was Rs. 7400 per sq.m. as against a
market rate of Rs. 1,69,000 per sq.m. For that, no tender was
invited. Taking cognisance of these facts, the Chief Minister in July
2007, ordered immediate cancellation of the plots allotted in an
illegal manner. She had also ordered to identify the guilty and take
action against them within 15 days. In this light, the Noida
Authority, through its order dated 03 August, 2007, cancelled
allotment of plots.
Against the cancellation of the allotment, 14 hotel owners
filed their writs in High Court. On 13 May 2008, the High Court
quashed the cancellation order of the plots and directed the State
Government to accord personal hearing to the plaintiffs and issue
rational orders within six weeks. In this light, the State
Government, between 12 to 24 June 2008 held hearing in which ten
hotel owners appeared and the remaining four hotel owners did not
appear for hearing despite that they were allotted different dates.
All the hotel owners filed S.L.P. in Hon’ble Supreme Court.
On behalf of the State Government, after conducting hearing,
serious irregularities came to light in the allotment of plots for
hotels through order dated 08.09.2008. It was also discovered that
with the connivance of the officers, certain persons had bungled
about Rs. 4721.14 crore. Taking this matter very seriously, the
decision to suspend officers involved in the scam was taken
yesterday. It was also decided to file criminal case against all
persons involved in it.
LUCKNOW - Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati Saturday accused the
central government of not aiding in the state’s development schemes,
while pledging to improve the law and order situation and find a
“permanent solution” to the power shortage.
She unfurled the tricolour in front of the state assembly and in her
speech alleged that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government
was “not co-operating in the development schemes of the state”.
“The central government has still not released the Rs.80,000 crore
(Rs.800 billion) package we sought for undertaking development schemes
in the state, particularly for the backward regions in Bundelkhand and
Poorvanchal,” Mayawati said.
“I want to make it clear that non-cooperation by the central
government will not come in the way of Uttar Pradesh’s development as
our government is determined to carry out development with its limited
resources,” she added.
Expressing concern over the scanty rainfall in Uttar Pradesh and its
effect on crops, Mayawati said: “Our government has earmarked Rs.580
crore to carry out relief measures in all the drought-hit districts. I
have instructed an additional responsibility to senior officials to
ensure farmers, labourers and financially weak people in the
drought-affected districts do not face any kind of problems.”
Of the 71 districts in the state, 58 were declared drought-hit in three phases in the last week of July.
The chief minister said her government was aiming to make Uttar
Pradesh a “power-surplus’ state. “For this, we are making war-footing
efforts. By 2014, we aim to provide a permanent solution to power
Highlighting a number of welfare schemes launched by her, Mayawati
said her government was working on several projects for improving the
education of girls, upgrading health infrastructure and creating more
She said maintaining law and order would remain her government’s
priority. “I want to make it clear that under any circumstances my
government will not compromise with law and order.”
Mayawati later awarded three ‘Utkrisht Sewa Medals’ to policemen who had shown exemplary courage.
Governor B.L. Joshi hoisted the national flag at the Raj Bhawan and all government building were decked up for the occasion.
While a number of cultural programmes were held in schools and
colleges, patriotic songs blared from loudspeakers installed at
different parts of the city.
Lucknow: August 10, 2009
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has directed for the effective
implementation of Nivesh Mitra Yojna. She has also directed to solve the
problems of entrepreneurs on priority basis. She said that necessary facilities
should be provided to entrepreneurs for speedy industrial development and
expansion of infrastructure facilities. She said that State Government was
committed to encourage investment in different sectors and increase employment
opportunities for the proper development of industries.
Ms. Mayawati was reviewing the different schemes of industrial
development department including Nivesh Mitra Yojna at a high level meeting
here today. She said that industrial development strategy should be chalked out
keeping in view the changing scenario.
The Chief Minister said the State Government had implemented the new
economic policy for all-round development of the State. Keeping this in view, the
policy of public-private partnership should be encouraged to ensure the
participation and co-operation of private sector. She said that industrial units
should be set-up within stipulated time period, so that employment opportunities
could increase and these units could start production soon.
Ms. Mayawati said that Nivesh Mitra Yojna had been implemented to
provide the facilities to entrepreneurs and industries. She directed to measure
the success of districts selected in first phase for this scheme, so that it could be
expanded in the entire State on the basis of results.
The officers apprised the Chief Minister that encouraging results had been
received for industrial investment by the steps taken by the Government. Online
Nivesh Mitra Yojna based on single window system had become completely
successful. Under this scheme, which was implemented on July 6 this year, the
State had received 211 investment proposals in the short period of only 28 days.
Through online Nivesh Mitra Yojna 183 proposals of micro industry sector and 24
proposals of small scale industries sector including other proposals in different
industrial sectors had been received.
It was told in the meeting that Greater Noida Industrial Development
Authority had been made the Nodal Agency for Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad
investment area to be developed under Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project.
Similarly, U.P. State Industrial Development Corporation has been nominated as
Nodal Agency for Meerut-Muzzaffarnagar Industrial area to be developed under
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C. M. greets people on
occasion of Independence Day
Lucknow: August 14, 2009
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati has
extended her heartiest felicitations and good wishes to
the people of the State on the occasion of 62nd
anniversary of the Independence Day.
In a message, the Chief Minister said that the
Independence Day was an occasion when all of us should
take resolve to realise the dreams of our known and
unknown freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives to
achieve country’s freedom. Paying tributes to the
martyrs, she said that all of us should remember their
sacrifice and draw inspiration from them. She said that
we should also remember the gurus, saints and great
men of Bahujan Samaj, who made sacrifices to fulfil the
mission of social change. She said that we should be
vigilant and cautions to preserve our sovereignty and
The Chief Minister said that our policy of “Sarvajan
Hitai, Sarvajan Sukhai” had given a new dimension to
social and economic change. The State Government on
the basis of this policy was committed to establish an
equality-based society. On this occasion, all of us should
take resolve for the peace and prosperity of the State,
“Sarvjan Hitai-Sarvjan Sukhai”. She said that the message of Sri
Krishna to Arjun would always show the path for the welfare of all,
in the form of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita for time immemorial.
The Chief Minister has appealed to people to celebrate
Janmashtami with full gaiety, fervour and devotion.
Lucknow: August 14, 2009
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has
expressed her profound grief over the death of Mrs.
Sitara Devi, mother of Mr. K.K. Srivastava, group
chairman, “Swatantra Bharat” news paper.
The Chief Minister has conveyed deep sympathies
and heartfelt condolences to the family members of the
deceased and prayed for peace to the departed soul.
It may be recalled that the 76-years-old Sitara Devi
was suffering from heart ailment and her treatment was
going on at a local hospital since last 3-4 days.
Governor and C.M. inaugurate Sri Krishna