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Jagatheesan — You’ve told us in the past that you’re not yet registered to vote. If that’s still the case, I hope you’ll take one minute to fix that right now. It is high time that we in India also do the same. Large sections of Sarvajan Samaj votes are missing in the voters list.-DESAVYAPTI JANAHITA - CHETANA ANDOLANA-BSP’s 4-month-long campaign takes off -World’s power women prefer short-hair look! -Left, BSP and TDP demand immediate convening of Parliament session -Left, BSP, TDP meet president, protest parliament session delay-Left, BSP, TDP meet president, protest parliament session delay -UP drive to unearth explosive materials-U.P. police seek narco test on criminal -Heroin seized; five arrested
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Jagatheesan —

You’ve told us in the past
that you’re not yet registered to vote. If that’s still the case, I
hope you’ll take one minute to fix that right now.

Visit VoteForChange.com to make sure your voice will be heard on Election Day — then, encourage your friends and family to do the same.

It all happens at the new one-stop voter registration web site we’ve launched.

This race is too close and too important to stay home on Election Day.

If you take the time to register and vote — and make sure everyone you
know does as well — we’ll be able to turn the tide of the past eight
years.

You can bring communities and states that have been
ignored by presidential campaigns for years back into the political
process.

That’s what this movement is all about — expanding our process and making sure Washington is accountable to all Americans.

Registering to vote is a crucial step. And VoteForChange.com makes it
easier than ever. Instead of tracking down the right forms, all you
need to do is answer a few basic questions and you’ll be ready to vote.

Not only can you register, you can look up early-vote
information for your state, apply to vote absentee, or find your
polling place.

It’s one of the easiest and most important things you can do to bring change to our country.

The deadline is fast approaching — make sure you’re ready to vote.

It’s people just like you who will transform this nation.

We can’t do this without you.

Thanks,

Barack

It is high time that we in India also do the same. Large sections of Sarvajan Samaj votes are missing in the voters list.

Short Hair Styles


Tuesday, September 9, 2008

World’s power women prefer short-hair look!

New Delhi
(PTI): In the world of fairy tale, princess Rapunzel may have used the
power of her long tresses to meet her prince charming, but today’s
powerful women seem to prefer keeping their hair short, mostly.

In
the latest list of 100 most powerful women in the world, compiled by US
business magazine Forbes, close to two- third of them have short hair,
including the Indian debutant Mayawati — Bahujan Samaj Party President
and Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

Among
those with short hair, Mayawati has company in names like German
Chancellor Angela Merkel, US Federal Deposit Insurance Corp’s head
Sheila Blair and PepsiCo’s Indian origin Chief Indra Nooyi — the three
most powerful in the world.

Other
such famous personalities, who are short on hair but long on power
list, include American senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, US First Lady
Laura Bush and 82-year Queen Elizabeth II of UK.

In
addition, the likes of health insurance major WellPoint chief Angela
Braly and Cynthia Carroll of mining giant Anglo-American have also
opted for cropped-hair look.

In
the top-ten of the 100 most powerful list itself, as many as nine have
short hair, while as many as 75 of the total have their tresses falling
up to or above shoulders.

However,
presence of such a large number of short-hair women on the list might
just be coincidental, as the measure of power has noting to do with
tresses for this list. The US magazine has measured “power” as a
composite of public profile, calculated using press mentions, and
financial heft.

Those
with long hair in the Forbes list include Argentina President Cristina
Fernandez, Areva CEO Anne Lauvergeon, Australian mining firm Hancock
Prospecting’s Chairman Georgina Rinehart, Rite Aid CEO May Sammons and
Casablanca Stock Exchange Director General Hynd Bouhia.

Besides,
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice, India’s Congress Party chief
Sonia Gandhi and Biocon CEO Kiran Mazumdar Shaw have hair touching to
their shoulders.

The
hair-length could not be ascertained for a few like Harvard University
President Drew Gilpin Faust and Liberia President Ellen
Johnson-Sirleaf, as either their pictures were not available or the
head was covered on their photographs on Forbes website.

Generally,
people associate long hair with beauty, as shown by most film actresses
preferring such look, while many believe that some prefer to keep them
short just for the sake of convenience. As long hair requires more
maintenance, the women in corporate world and politics seem to prefer
it short.

As
per a German fairy tale, a prince was riding through a forest when he
heard long-haired Rapunzel singing from her tower room, where she was
kept captive by a witch. Finding no way to reach her, the price asked
Rapunzel to let her hair down from the window of her room, climbed up
on her tresses and asked her to marry him.

However, the power of Rapunzel’s long hair proved short- lived as witch cut it short after finding about the prince.

Link: http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/001200808311321.htm

Left, BSP and TDP demand immediate convening of Parliament session

New Delhi,

Tue, 09 Sep 2008
ANI

New Delhi, Sept 9 (ANI): Leaders of the Left, the Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP), the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and other non-Congress and
non-BJP parties on Tuesday met President Pratibha Patil to demand
immediate convening of the Monsoon Session of Parliament.

 The
leaders accused the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance Government
of subverting the Constitution by deciding to do away with the monsoon
session and convening a combined session.

“As none of the nine assurances given by the Prime Minister on the
Indo-US nuclear deal has been met and crucial information has been
concealed, the Government is accountable and answerable to the people
on various counts,” the leaders charged in a memorandum submitted to
the President.

 Blaming the Government for its inability to
control the spiral
ing inflation and the communal situation in Orissa,
they said: “We want to discuss these issues in Parliament session.”
(ANI)

ITGO
India Today Group Online

Left, BSP, TDP meet president, protest parliament session delay

Indo-Asian News Service

New Delhi,  September 9, 2008

A delegation of MPs from the Left parties, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
and the Telegu Desam Party (TDP) on Tuesday met President Pratibha
Patil to protest the government’s decision to postpone the second half
of the 14th session of parliament to October.


The next session of parliament is scheduled from Oct 17-Nov 21.

Accusing
the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government of sabotaging the
Constitution and the parliamentary democratic system, the delegation
submitted a memorandum to the president appealing for her immediate
intervention to prevent the subversion of the country’s constitutional
scheme.


“We demand that the monsoon session of parliament be
immediately convened. The winter session must, as is the practice,
convene in the second half of November,” the parties said in the
memorandum.


“It (the decision) violates the basic principle of
governance established under our system. Central to India’s
constitutional structure is that the sovereignty rests solely with the
people,” they said.


“The absence of the parliament session negates the legislature’s right and executive obligations,” the memorandum added.

As
the president is the custodian of the Constitution, she has to defend
it, said Sitaram Yechury, leader of the Communist Party of
India-Marxist (CPI-M) in Rajya Sabha, after meeting Patil.


“The
government is answerable to parliament and parliament is answerable to
the people. Had the monsoon session of the parliament been held on
time, it could have solved the burning issues of the people including
soaring inflation, Bihar floods, communal violence in Orissa and
troubles in Jammu and Kashmir,” Yechury said.


“If they (UPA)
have majority in the parliament, why are they running away from it,”
asked BSP’s Rajya Sabha leader Satish Chandra Mishra, who represented
his party in the delegation along with the party’s leader in Lok Sabha
Rajesh Verma.


“A minority government is oppressing the majority,” he charged.

CPI
leader Gurudas Das Gupta, who is the leader of the party in Lok Sabha,
alleged that the government was deliberately shortening the session.


Parliament should be in session for at least 100 days in a year, he said.

“The
government is going with the agenda of the US. The US is taking
decision regarding when the parliament of India is to be convened,”
TDP’s leader in the Lok Sabha Yerran Naidu charged.


Janata Dal (Secular) leader Danish Ali was also a member of the delegation.

Hamara Photos

Left, BSP, TDP meet president, protest parliament session delay

New
Delhi, Sep 9 (IANS) A delegation of MPs from the Left parties, Bahujan
Samaj Party (BSP) and the Telegu Desam Party (TDP) Tuesday met
President Pratibha Patil to protest the government’s decision to
postpone the second half of the 14th session of parliament to October.


Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Thursday, Sep 11, 2008

UP drive to unearth explosive materials

 Special Correspondent

In
view of the recent incidents in the State

Recovery details to be known today

Peace prevails in Azamgarh


LUCKNOW: A drive was conducted throughout Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday
to unearth explosives and unsolicited explosive material. The drive
conducted at the behest of the office of the Director-General Of Police
continued from 3 PM to 6 PM . The details of the recovery would be
known on Thursday.

The Additional Director-General of Police ( Law and Order) Brij Lal
told reporters that the drive was conducted in view of the recent
incidents in the State.

With the communal tensions reportedly increasing, the State
Government has geared up to tackle the situation and thwart the designs
of the anti-social elements to disrupt peace. This follows the stern
view taken by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, on the
incidents of violence and arson in Azamgarh town in Eastern U.P. on
Sunday, in which one person lost his life.

On the directives of the Chief Minister, DG Vikram Singh and
Principal Secretary (Home), Kunwar Fateh Bahadur visited Azamgarh on
Tuesday to take stock of the situation.

The officials said strict action would be taken against the
anti-social elements and nobody would be allowed to disturb the law and
order situation in the State.

While Azamgarh remained peaceful on Wednesday, a group clash
occurred near the Idgah in Bilariaganj in the district on Tuesday
night. Stone-pelting between the rival groups and firing were reported
from the scene of the incident. The ADG, Law and Order said timely
police intervention saved the situation from deteriorating. He said 11
persons each of the two warring groups were arrested by the police.

On Monday, violence had occurred in Kaptanganj, about 20 kilometres
from Azamgarh. Mr. Lal said five additional companies of Provincial
Armed Constabulary (PAC) in Azamgarh and the IG, Varanasi Zone, Praveen
Singh was camping in the city.

Incidents of stone throwing between two groups was also reported from Nawabganj town in Gonda district on Tuesday.

U.P. police seek narco test on criminal

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh police has sought permission to conduct
narco test on a notorious criminal who was arrested by the Special Task
Force from Guwahati in Assam.

Ajay Jadeja alias Janak Yadav had fled from police custody in
Gurgaon in May and was arrested recently. He was brought to Meerut on
transit remand on Tuesday, ADG law and order, Brij Lal said.

Permission would be sought from the court for conducting narco test
on Jadeja who is wanted in over 34 criminal cases, Mr. Brij Lal added.

Heroin seized; five arrested

Lucknow: Five persons were arrested with 1,150 grams heroin worth
over Rs.1 crore from two different places in the state, sources have
said here.

While three persons were arrested in Fatehgarh with 650 grams of
heroin, two others were arrested in Mirzapur with 500 grams of the
contraband.

The police have also recovered three country-made pistols and 15 cartridges from their possession.

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