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14 01 2012 LESSON 494 Uttar Pradesh Next Chief Minister and Next Prime Minister of PraBuddha Bharath Kanoon ki Devi Maha Mayawati’s 56th Birthday celebration at Karnataka BSP Office at 11:00AM. All are requested to attend with family and friends to gift her CM & PM post in Advance.And MINIMUM 170 MILLION HIT SONG FOR MARCH 2012 IN ADVANCE
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14  01 2012 LESSON 494 Uttar Pradesh Next Chief Minister and Next Prime Minister of PraBuddha Bharath Kanoon ki Devi Maha Mayawati’s 56th Birthday celebration at Karnataka BSP Office at 11:00AM. All are requested to attend with family and friends to gift her CM & PM post in Advance.And MINIMUM 170 MILLION HIT SONG FOR MARCH 2012 IN ADVANCE
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BSP  general
secretary Satish Chandra Mishra fired a missive to Chief Election
Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi on Thursday, protesting against the
“one-sided order.” Describing Ms. Mayawati as
Scheduled Caste ki beti
(daughter of a SC), Mr. Mishra wrote that the EC’s diktats had
demoralised the SC/STs and downtrodden sections.BSP general secretary
and Rajya Sabha member Satish
Chandra Mishra criticised  the order. Mr. Mishra had written to the
Commission saying its order was in violation of the law, and that
it be reconsidered. Mr. Mishra had even said the Commission had
demoralised the party and left SC/STs and backwards “cheated.” The BSP
also appeared to raise questions on the Commission’s intentions to hold
free and fair polls in the State.

Mr. Mishra had
written: “The decision is [in] violation of Article 14 of the
Constitution, which provides right of equality. Similar decisions should
be taken against other parties also.”

All
the 170 million pairs of hands, bicycles, lotuses and all the photos of
Lakshmi standing on lotuses, lanterns, hand pumps, sickles with hammers
and stars must be draped in clothes or plastics.

By draping the statue of an untouchable who is revered as Kanoon ki Devi Maha Mayawat Ji by the Sarva Samaj i.e., entire people, the EC has made provision for the people of UP to practice Unseeabilty.

We request the CEC to drape the other political parties symbols such as hand,bicycle,lantern,hand pump, sickle with hammer and star like this or to cancel the order for draping elephants and Kanoon ki Devi Maha Mayawati Ji which is an insult to the people of the Nation:
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CEC-Khurshid row: PM says EC autonomy to be upheld  


With Law Min Salman
Khurshid raking up a controversy over administrative control of Election
Comm, PM Manmohan Singh has assured the poll body that the govt is
committed to upholding its functional autonomy guaranteed by the
Constitution. 






What Mayawati means

It means POLITICS is SACRED with the HIGHLY PERFORMING BEST and MERITORIOUS GOVERNANCE of again to be CHIEF MINISTER and the NEXT PRIME MINISTER of PRABUDDHA BHARATH

On October 14, 2011 — the day Ambedkar converted to Buddhism in
1956 — the chief minister inaugurated a grandiose national SC/ST/OBC heroes’
memorial in Noida built on the lines of Buddhist architecture. The aim
of the Rashtriya SC/ST/OBCPrerna Sthal: to celebrate SC/ST/OBC icons across
ages who have worked for social transformation. At the centre, against a
backdrop of Bahujan Samaj Party founder Kanshi Ram’s statue and the
lofty image of Ambedkar stood Mayawati’s statue, as sole inheritor of
the mantle. Constructed in stone, the veritable material of history, the
memorial revived an old link between architecture and political
ideology. The Sthal signified an attempt to inscribe into collective
memory the presence of the SC/ST/OBC in history — mediated through
Mayawati’s persona and vision. The sheer solidity of the structure,
conveying its intent to stand the test of time, communicated the message
that the SC/ST/OBC presence was here to stay.

Sixteen days after unveiling the SC/ST/OBC Prerna Sthal, the UP chief
minister graced the first Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix event in Greater
Noida. At the freshly minted Buddh International Circuit, speed and
acceleration held sway on asphalt, proclaiming a smooth entry into a
gilt-edged global sport.

Playing upon the notion of time, these two landmarks created a
range of associations. The Sthal’s architecture seemed to push back the
lineage of Mayawati’s present-day politics by a couple of thousand
years. Meanwhile, the Buddh International Circuit literally inaugurated
the fast track. It conjured images of a scorching mobility, the prime
attribute of modernity.

The memorial and the F1 race track have altered the physical
landscape of Mayawati’s Uttar Pradesh. To a great extent these
structures will change the field of perception of the people —Mayawati’s core
constituency as well as other section.

Many SC/ST/OBC ideologues see the memorial as part of an ongoing task
of contesting the Hindu caste system — the creation of a contemporary
landscape swathed in Buddhist hues to counter the entrenched iconic
landscape of an Ayodhya or Varanasi. (Buddhism, after all, was the
earliest creed in India to articulate an ideology through artistic
monuments.)

Here, the accent is on challenging an oppressive tradition
through a “national” SC/ST/OBC identity, via Maywati’s brand of electoral
politics in Uttar Pradesh. On the other hand, the Formula 1 event
communicated different message. That it was the first ever Indian Grand
Prix meant that Mayawati had created an inclusive national “tradition”,
as it were, for others to follow.

The visual jugalbandi of memorial and race track affords an entire
range of ways in which Mayawati can position her politics. One sends out
a message of consolidation of collective identity and confrontation;
the other holds out the lure of a personal choice to effect a speedy
exit from stifling historical contexts of a given identity. These
messages can potentially address different sections, from the SC/ST/OBC at
the bottom of the scale to the emerging urban middle class within the
community as well as others.

As Mayawati knows all too well, a journey to the centre of
electoral politics is all about deploying the power of symbolism and the
symbolism of power.

The writer is editor of the children’s website www.pitara.com


polling in the first phase will be held in
55 constituencies in 10
districts — Sitapur, Barabanki, Faizabad, Ambedkarnagar, Bahraich,
Shrawasti, Balrampur, Gonda, Siddhartnagar and Basti.


In 2007, the BSP won 30 of these 55 seats, with the SP coming a distant
second with 18 seats. The BJP and the Congress won four and three seats
respectively.BSP stormed to power with a clear majority.


The BSP will encash the Election Commission’s directives on
draping the statues of Ms. Mayawati and party symbol elephant. Party general
secretary Satish Chandra Mishra fired a missive to Chief Election
Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi on Thursday, protesting against the
“one-sided order.” Describing Ms. Mayawati as
Scheduled Caste ki beti
(daughter of a SC), Mr. Mishra wrote that the EC’s diktats had
demoralised the SC/STs and downtrodden sections.BSP general secretary
and Rajya Sabha member Satish
Chandra Mishra criticised  the order. Mr. Mishra had written to the
Commission saying its order was in violation of the law, and that
it be reconsidered. Mr. Mishra had even said the Commission had
demoralised the party and left SC/STs and backwards “cheated.” The BSP
also appeared to raise questions on the Commission’s intentions to hold
free and fair polls in the State.

Mr. Mishra had
written: “The decision is [in] violation of Article 14 of the
Constitution, which provides right of equality. Similar decisions should
be taken against other parties also.”

All
the 170 million pairs of hands, bicycles, lotuses and all the photos of
Lakshmi standing on lotuses, lanterns, hand pumps, sickles with hammers
and stars must be draped in clothes or plastics.

By draping the statue of an untouchable, the EC has made provision for the people of UP to practice Unseeabilty.

Three BSP Ministers — Lalji Verma, Sangram Singh and Ram Prasad
Chaudhary — and 15 former Ministers were given ticket in the first
phase.


Congress
and BJP rule this country for the last 65 years. If its leaders
implemented the promises made to the people, they would not have been
reduced to what they are now. None of the leaders ever entertained
SC/STs/OBCs/Minorities in their houses. Now for the sake of votes they
are involved in theatrics. People cannot be fooled because of their
sufferings due to price rise and other problems.

Why not proportionate representation to all the communities according to
their population for an equal distribution of wealth? Congress and BJP
could have done this in all these 65 years and not just during election
times.

The
actual fight is between Kanoon ki Devi Maha  Mayawatiji with 170
million people Vs a handful of rich greedy Industrialists,media,only a
few leaders of Congress, BJP  SP and EC. As  far as UP is concerned
Politics has become sacred with the highly performing best and
meritorious governance of CM Mayawati who was the only one who completed
full 5 years term in UP with full support of entire people of the
state. This will repeat and she will become the next Prime Minister for
the welfare and happiness of Sarvajan.

And the Election

Commission is draping these wrong elephants which are not BSP election
symbol
that are with the trunk raised above. If this could be done they can as
well order to drape all Ganesha, Ganapati and Vinayaka statues which
drank milk. EC order will only help in BSP
increasing its votes.



Workers cover elephant statues at a park in Noida
Workers cover elephant statues at a park in Noida on the outskirts of New Delhi on Tuesday. Photo: Rajeev Bhatt a on the outskirts of New Delhi on Tuesday




Statue of elephant covered up in Ambedkar Park in Noida (10/01/12)
The EC official on condition of anonymity, on Thursday, said the party symbol was an elephant whether its trunk
was down or raised as if to signal welcome.If this could be done they can as
well order to drape all Ganesha, Ganapati and Vinayaka statues which
drank milk.
 
After all they are also elephants whether sitting, standing or
dancing.Since the decision is [in] violation of Article 14 of the
Constitution, which provides right of equality. Similar decisions should
be taken against other parties also.

Election
Commission is draping these elephants which are not BSP election symbol
that are with the trunk raised above.EC order will only help in BSP
increasing its votes.
Whereas this is the real BSP election symbol.


EWhen

Mayawati came to power in 2007, she built the 76-acre Ramabai Rally
Sthal in Lucknow to accommodate a crowd of five lakh. She has held six
rallies here for her party cadre, three of them in the last two months.
She is the only leader to have done so in such a sprawling space. Each
of her three recent rallies has focused on Sarvajan Hithay Sarvajan
Sukhay i.e., for the welfare and happiness of entire people. On
November 13, she held a Brahmin Sammelan where Satish Chandra Misra, the
BSP’s Brahmin face, described Mayawati as “kanoon ki devi”. A fortnight
later, she addressed a rally for the party’s Scheduled Castes and
backward class workers. BSP state President Swami Prasad Maurya shared
the dais with her. On December 18, it was the turn of the Muslim
votebank, for whom she paraded BSP leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui.

Mayawati always arrives on time. She then arrives at the venue in an
Ambassador, usually accompanied by a fleet of 10 cars. At the venue, she
is at her combative best, hitting out at both Samajwadi Party and the
Congress. Taunting Rahul Gandhi’s attacks on her, she says, “The
elephant has started haunting Congress leaders even in their dreams.”
The applause is deafening.

Carrot, Ginger and Coriander Soup

An easy and healthy carrot and ginger soup

Carrot soup with ginger and coriander is an easy low-fat vegetarian and
vegan soup recipe that you can serve for a light lunch or dinner.
Inspired by the flavors of India, this carrot ginger soup could be served with some crusty French bread or perhaps some Indian naan bread.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tbsp margarine
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 1/2 pounds carrots, peeled and diced
  • 1 tsp fresh ginger, minced or grated
  • 2 tsp coriander seeds
  • 4 cups vegetable broth
  • dash salt and pepper, to taste

Preparation:

In
a large pot, cook the onions in margarine until soft, about 3 to 5
minutes. Add carrots, ginger and coriander and cook, stirring for a few
more minutes.


Add the vegetable broth and bring to a low simmer. Cover and cook for at least 25 minutes, or until carrots are very soft.


Transfer the soup to a blender or food processor and puree, working in batches if needed.


Add a dash of salt and pepper and serve hot, re-heating if necessary.

Enjoy your easy carrot and ginger soup!

Artichoke Mashed Potatoes



The addition of artichokes to this easy
vegetarian and vegan mashed potatoes recipe adds an elegant flair and a
bit of a surprising flavor to a common dish. Using soy milk and vegan
margarine makes this mashed potato recipe lower in fat than most mashed
potato recipes, and cholesterol-free as well. Serve with your favorite vegetarian gravy.

Ingredients:

  • 5 large potatoes, chopped into chunks
  • 4 tbsp margarine
  • 1/3 cup soy milk
  • dash salt
  • 1 6 ounce can artichoke hearts, drained and diced
  • water for boiling

Preparation:

Place potatoes in a large pot and cover with water. Boil for 20-30 minutes until potatoes are soft. Drain the excess water.

Mash together the potatoes with the remaining ingredients or thoroughly
mash with a potato masher. Add additional salt if desired.




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