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SARVAJAN HITAYA SARVAJAN SUKHAYA-FOR THE GAIN OF THE MANY AND FOR THE WELFARE OF THE MANY -Mayawati among Newsweeks top8 women leaders-Lucknow varsity to open doors for foreign students -Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath demonstrate against Invader’s Cult (Sangh Parivar) activists -Private school secretary rapped for preventing Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath cook from joining duty
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SARVAJAN HITAYA SARVAJAN SUKHAYA-FOR THE GAIN OF THE MANY AND FOR THE WELFARE OF THE MANY

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I saw this posted Monday.
 
“Writing in the magazine, the 51-year-old Bahujan Samaj Party chief, who swept the assembly elections early this year with a rainbow coalition of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, upper castes and Muslims, says her aim is to replicate the victory in the other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi. Apart from Mayawati, others who write their success story include CEO of the French Energy …”
 
http://www.rediff.com/news/2007/oct/15maya.htm
 
 
Mayawati among Newsweek’s top eight women leaders
Dharam Shourie in New York
 
October 15, 2007 12:46 IST

Uttar Pradesh’s firebrand Chief Minister Mayawati has been profiled by the US magazine Newsweek among eight women leaders worldwide who have reached the top despite all odds, with the Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader narrating her struggle to rally the oppressed community.

Writing in the magazine, the 51-year-old Bahujan Samaj Party chief, who swept the assembly elections early this year with a rainbow coalition of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, upper castes and Muslims, says her aim is to replicate the victory in the other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi.

Mayawati says her party initially needed an aggressive approach to rally the poor Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath. ‘Political parties dominated by upper castes got alarmed by the rising masses. Their opposition cut short each of my first four stints as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and it became clear we needed to broaden the base to include the poor irrespective of caste or religion,’ she said.

So, Mayawati says, she organized village-level amity meetings for the poor irrespective of caste or religion.

‘Our efforts were met with calumny, attacks and lawsuits, but we struggled on, and prevailed in elections this May. For the first time in 17 years, a majority government led by a Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath is in place in Uttar Pradesh,’ she adds.

Apart from Mayawati, others who write their success story include CEO of the French Energy Conglomerate ‘Areva’ Anne Lauvergeon and Director General of World Health Organization Margaret Chan.

The article, which traces the history since Elizabeth I ruled Britain, says in their pursuit of power, women have been as ruthless as any man.

In 18th-century Russia [Images], Catherine the Great vastly extended the borders of the Russian Empire. More recently, it says elected leaders like Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi [Images] and Margaret Thatcher proved that women can be just as tough as men, and often tougher.

‘And just like a man, they can pay the ultimate price in their pursuit of power, as Gandhi did’ when she was assassinated in 1984 by Sikh militants, the magazine said.

Writing about what inspired to take a path unusual for Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, Mayawati says she was born into a  Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharathfamily in Delhi and grew up with eight siblings in a modest home in a crowded neighborhood. But her family often spent holidays in their grandparents’ village in Uttar Pradesh.

‘During these trips I became acutely aware of the oppression that the  Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath in India faced. When I was in eighth grade, I began noticing that our relatives’ huts were always in the most neglected and impoverished part of the village. Invariably, the Brahmins and upper castes would occupy the best houses and plots of land,’ she adds.

Mayawati says in the city she did not face such violent discrimination as these poor, illiterate villagers.

‘My mind ached, and I asked my father if I could do something to help. My father told me that without a proper education, I would not be able to do anything to help our people,’ she adds.

‘So my own education became a priority,’ she says, adding that education for the weaker sections remains her priority today.

Mayawati graduated from Delhi University, took a job as a teacher, acquired a law degree and started preparing for civil services.

But in 1984, Mayawati plunged into full time politics after the then Bahujan Samaj Party chief Kanshi Ram took her under his tutelage.

‘My parents were apprehensive, because there were clear dangers to my safety; we were shaking up an old, entrenched social and political order that fattened some and impoverished large masses,’ she adds.

What steeled her those trying days, she says, was the ill-treatment of .Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath Mayawati knew that for this condition to change, her party had to launch a social revolution — to organise those on the bottom rungs of society to stand up for their rights.

‘As a single woman and a  Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath I faced slurs, neglect, insults and even physical threats. Unlike many Indian leaders, I was not handed down political privileges. I had to struggle very hard for every inch of political space I occupy today.’

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CEC to review poll preparedness in Himachal Pradesh

Shimla, Oct 16 (ANI): Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) N Gopalaswami, along with the other two Election Commissioners, will arrive here today to review poll preparedness for the forthcoming Assembly elections. They are likely to discuss issues pertaining to the two-phase elections in the state, scheduled for November 14 and December 19, with all political parties. Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and some of his Cabinet Ministers are also likely to meet Gopalswami. According to reports, a team led by Singh will urge the Election Commission (EC) to change polling dates keeping in view the snow season of December.

Singh on Monday met Goplaswami in New Delhi and urged him to reschedule the dates. He told Goplaswami that the present schedule was in the midst of heavy winter, and should be postponed.

The Congress leaders told the Commission that the tenure of the current assembly will expire in March 2008, but as per the new schedule a new assembly will be formed after December 28 when the votes will be counted resulting in existence of two assemblies, present and the next one, simultaneously.

However, the opposition BJP has opposed any move to reschedule the poll dates.he party urged the EC to strictly adhere to the election schedule as announced on October 10.

The party also urged the EC to strictly adhere to the election schedule as announced on October 10. The party also requested the EC to ensure that the model code of conduct is enforced in the state properly.

State Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Jai Ram Thakur and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) state convenor Vijay Singh Mankotia are also likely to meet the EC team.

The Electoral process for the 68-member State Assembly would begin from October 20, and counting will take place on December 28, he added. The term of the current State Assembly is till March 9, 2008. (ANI)

Congrates to Bahenji!!!
by BahujanHitay BahujanSukhay on Oct 16, 2007 10:45 AM

Dear Friends, it is matter of great satisfaction to all Indians that Bahenji Mayawati stand tall not only in India but at World level. She deserve that place and we are sure that she will lead this country in coming years. No Indian leader has gone through such hardship and double discrimination in their life as Bahenji has gone through to raise in a such level within short time. Nowhere in a world such discrimination ever exist in India that makes her tallest leader in the World. Magzine rating is just a recognition and nothing more. We know reality long before this rating and that was the reason now every Indian sees hope in her leadership particularly 50% women population is very much inspired by Bahenji. Bahenji’s Elephant will march ahead leaving behind Barking Dogs.

reservation

by mottai pappathi on Oct 16, 2007 03:13 AM | Hide replies

As long as upper caste Invader’s cult do not support reservation for Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath , there will be no unity among Invaders’cults and culty will die a quick death

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Mayawati among world`s top 8 women leaders
Monday, October 15, 2007 | MP

New York, Oct 15 (ANI): US magazine Newsweek has listed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati among eight women leaders worldwide who have reached the top despite all odds.The Bahujan Samaj Party chief, who swept the Assembly elections early this year with a rainbow coalition of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, upper castes and Muslims, says in an interview to the magazine that her aim is to replicate the victory in the other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi. The BSP, she said, initially needed an aggressive approach to rally the poor Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath. “Political parties dominated by upper castes got alarmed by the rising masses. Their opposition cut short each of my first four stints as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and it became clear we needed to broaden the base to include the poor irrespective of caste or religion,” she added. She organized village-level amity meetings for the poor irrespective of caste or religion. “Our efforts were met with calumny, attacks and lawsuits, but we struggled on, and prevailed in elections this May. For the first time in 17 years, a majority government led by a Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath is in place in Uttar Pradesh,” she adds. Apart from Mayawati, others who write their success story include CEO of the French Energy Conglomerate Areva Anne Lauvergeon and Director General of World Health Organization Margaret Chan. (ANI with inputs)


Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Wednesday, Oct 17, 2007

Lucknow varsity to open doors for foreign students

Lucknow: In a bid to develop an international character, the Lucknow University is planning to fill 20 per cent of its post-graduate seats with foreign students from the next academic session.

The university will be appointing teachers from different parts of the country besides encouraging students from foreign countries and others states to take admission in the university to give the university a national and international character, Vice-Chancellor Prof. R. P. Singh said.

The decision was taken keeping in mind recent resolution passed in the National Conference on Development of Higher Education, Expansion, Inclusion and Excellence organised by University Grants Commission (UGC) in New Delhi recently.

The university is also planning to decentralise administrative functioning by giving more powers to the head of departments, Mr. Singh said. Plans are also afoot to expand the semester system and to encourage departments to conduct examinations on their own. Presently many departments have yearly examination system. The V-C said that he was in favour of introducing grading system in place of awarding marks.

The system would lessen pressure on students and they can concentrate on other fields also, he said adding the system could be introduced from the next academic session after discussion with faculty members and approval by academic and executive council of the university.- PTI

Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath demonstrate against  Invader’s Cult (Sangh Parivar) activists

Staff Reporter

Photo: Lingaraj Panda

On warpath: Activists of ’Lok Sangram Manch’ taking out a rally in Berhampur on Tuesday. β€”

BERHAMPUR: Over 2000 Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath from nine blocks of Ganjam district demonstrated in the city on Tuesday in protest against alleged atrocity on them by the supporters of Invader’s Cult (Sangh parivar).

They alleged that the Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath cattle traders of rural areas were being attacked and humiliated by the cult activists. Under the banner of the tribal organisation, Lok Sangram Manch, these Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath reached the city from Sorada, Dharakote, Sanakhemundi, Shergarh, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Kukudakhandi, Belaguntha and Jagannathprasad blocks by buses. They took out a rally that moved around the city and reached the office of the Revenue Divisional Commissioner (RDC), southern division to hand over a memorandum to him.

RDC Satyabrata Sahu met their representatives and promised strict action against the persons involved in atrocities against Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath. Ganjam district president of Lok Sangram Manch Raghunath Padhi alleged of inaction of police despite FIRs and complaints. He alleged that in some cases even FIRs were not being resgistered. Mr Sahu also promised to take up this matter with the police department. A delegation of dalits also met Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of police R.P.Koche over the issue.

Rise in attacks

The dalits alleged that these attacks on cattle traders in rural had increased during past few months. During last two months three such cases were reported from Golanthara police station area. But the incident at Karaphandi village on Sept 25, united these dalit cattle traders. Four dalit cattle traders including Krushna Nayak and his son Sanjit Nayak from Dengapadar village were allegedly beaten up, disrobed and tonsured by activists of Sangh parivar. “We were humiliated and our money was robbed. Despite FIR police have not arrested the accused,” said Krushna. Protesting against this incident, the dalit cattle traders have boycotted the weekly cattle haat at Hinjli since then.

In Ganjam district cattle trading is mostly done by dalits. Recently the members of sangh parivar have started to target these dalits with the allegation that they are involved in sending these cattle to slaughterhouses outside the state.

Private school secretary rapped for preventing Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath cook from joining duty

Mohamed Imranullah S.

Writ petition challenging suspension of operation of noon meal centre dismissed



β€œThe action is nothing but cutting the nose to spite the face”

Collector ordered to depute his personal assistant to solve problems



MADURAI: The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has come down heavily on the secretary of a government-aided private primary school for preventing a newly appointed Scheduled Caste (Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath) woman assistant cook from joining duty at a noon-meal centre on the school premises.

Dismissing a writ petition filed by the secretary from Muthusamiapuram in Tirunelveli district, Justice K. Chandru said: β€œThe petitioner’s high-handed behaviour in stopping a woman cook from a Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath family to join the noon meal centre, for whatever reason, cannot be condoned by this court. The action is nothing but cutting the nose to spite the face.”

The secretary had challenged the Collector’s order suspending operation of the noon meal centre unless the Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath woman was allowed to join duty.

On the petitioner’s contention that he was not consulted before selecting the woman, the judge said that the management cannot have veto power in such selections made by a committee and approved by the Collector.

β€œThe word β€˜consult’ found in the Government Order dated October 21, 1993, issued by the Social Welfare and Nutritious Meal Programme, does not mean β€˜consent’ of the school management. Therefore, the grounds raised by the management are egocentric and arises out of social prejudice developed over the centuries by the Invader’s Cult, which our Constitution is determined to eradicate.”

Dismissing the petition, the judge directed the school secretary to allow the Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath woman to work at the noon meal centre. The Collector was ordered to reopen the noon meal centre and depute his personal assistant (noon meal programme) to set right problems created by the petitioner. (That is not enough such a petitioner must be transfered to an exclusive place where large number of Scheduled castes ( Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath) live. Say Uttar Pradesh to force him to shed his dominating egocentric attitude. Of course for this to happen the Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath have to empower themselves in the Central Government so that there will be proportional representation of all sections of the society in all spheres of life including courts.)

Scheme lauded

Tamil Nadu’s noon meal scheme earned acclaim across the country, and received international attention. But for the scheme, children would be malnourished. It also prevented children from dropping out, besides helping government-aided private schools to show required students’ strength to receive 100 per cent grant towards salaries of teachers and other staff, he said.

 

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