‘Public Funding of Elections or Parties’ is in news to minimize Black Money use in Elections which in turn is stated to reduce corruption in government functioning.
But the real cause of ‘Corruption’ is Corrupt & Dubious people getting ‘Elected on Symbols of political Parties’ whereas both Candidate and Leadership of the party are Grossly Incompetent and Dishonest & Liars who By & Large don’t observe established Rules & Procedures – have no moral or ethics.
Demonetization was not in Manifesto of Any Political Party yet Innocent Majority subjected to Extreme Financial Hardship – Wealth of Indians is $3,099b but Cash released for Economic Activity is barely $2b per day or less than $75b in 40 days after Demonetization.
‘REGISTRATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES ITSELF IS CORRUPT’ – Objectives of All Political Parties is identical – ‘Build Strong and Prosperous Nation’ but there is no Qualification & Experience requirement for any Party Position and for Cabinet Ministers.
‘Guarantees to all citizens irrespective of caste, creed or sex, Political, Social & EconomicJustice,Equality of Opportunity and Liberty of Faith and Expression’ but not practiced.
State can’t be funding and supporting Lunatics & Incompetent and Corrupt to get elected. When for Job of Drain Cleaners in UP over half a million had applied and are subject to ‘Practical Test’ – Only the most deserving & competent should be eligible for Funding of Elections.
Ø India’s Law Makers must be Subjected to ‘UPSC Test’ or Must Have Secured
50% Marks in UPSC tests in Past.
Ø A Candidate must be registered with Election Commission for 12 months for
state elections and 18 months for Parliament – National Elections.
Ø ‘Licensed to Contest An Election Every 5 Year.’ [This is to stop Losers from
returning via Rajya Sabha/Enter State Assembly or Made Governor.]
Ø A Candidate Should provide DETAILED Bio-data to EC for Public Reference.
Ø Tenure Limit of Elected Positions should be prescribed – 10 Yrs at National,
10 Yrs at State Level and 10 Yrs at District Level.
Ø Registered Parties to have received Rs.50 Cr as Political Donations in a year
should not get its Candidate Political Funding.
Ø Candidates reporting Rs.5m Income will not be Eligible for Political Funding.
Ø All Ministers, Governors, Constitutional Positions, Secretaries and Generals
appointments should Subjected to Parliamentary Panel Scrutiny & ‘Testify Their Annual Report’ – i.e. Chairman of CEA or CWC to ‘TESTIFY’ before Parliament their annual achievements & future programs.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471,
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects
On behalf of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) I would like to thank you for being at the IR8 50th Anniversary Celebration held on 21 November 2016 in New Delhi. It was indeed an important event, celebrating the humbling and remarkable result of hard work that paid off and touched so many lives.
Thank you for sharing the story of miracle rice and amplifying our best hopes for a food- and nutrition-secure future for all.
I look forward to your continued support.
Kindly refer to attachment for the Thank you letter from the IRRI Director General.
We hope you receive the signed letter in good form.
Please don’t hesitate to call us on any other way we can assist. Thank you very much!
“Post Demonetisation Budget: A PIF Roundtable” is being organised by Pahle India Foundation (PIF).
The Union Budget is an opportunity for the Government to outline its priorities for the year to come. It remains the litmus test for assessing the direction and the detail of the government’s policy thinking. The Union Budget 2017-18 is going to be a ‘big’ budget in terms of its impact before the election year 2019 for lifting the economy in a major way. There are four provincial elections lined up and with demonetisation it is evident that Mr. Modi also undertakes structural reforms and not just incremental steps. This is not all. This Budget will be presented amidst the turbulent global environment demanding major moves from the Indian economy. The Roundtable aims to address the focus areas for this Big Budget.
Given your interest in the subject, we would welcome your presence and active participation in this Roundtable on January 10, 2017 at 2:30pm in the Lecture Room II, Basement, India International Centre Annexe, Lodi Road, New Delhi. A tentative agenda is given below. A line in confirmation would be greatly appreciated. If you are not able to attend, kindly nominate senior officials from your organization. For any further information, please contact Mr. Anil Kumar (email@example.com)
Looking forward to your positive response.
2:00 pm onwards
2:30 – 2:35 pm
Ms. Nirupama Soundararajan, Senior Fellow, Pahle India Foundation
2:35 – 2:45 pm
Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Founding Director, Pahle India Foundation
2:45 – 4:00 pm
· Mr. Mihir Sharma, Business Standard
· Mr. Sanjaya Baru, Centre for Policy Research
· Dr. Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, IDF
· Dr. Surjit Bhalla, The Observatory Group
Moderator: Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Pahle India Foundation
The Chinese and US militaries are having “unimpeded” talks about the return of US underwater drone taken by a Chinese naval vessel in the South China Sea last week, China’s foreign ministry said on Monday. The drone, known as an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), was taken on Thursday in waters off the coast of the Philippines, the first seizure of its kind in recent memory. The Pentagon went public with its complaint about the incident and said on Saturday it had secured a deal to get the drone back.
Norway and China announced a normalization of diplomatic and political relations on Monday, which had been frozen since the 2010 award of the Nobel Peace Prize to dissident Liu Xiaobo, the Norwegian foreign ministry said. The two countries will immediately resume negotiations on a free-trade deal, Norwegian Foreign Minister Boerge Brende added.
Russian defense ministry Ilyushin Il-18 aircraft with 32 passengers and seven crew members onboard, has crashed in the Bulunsky district of Siberia’s Yakutia, 27 kilometers from the Tiksi village.
Yakutia’s government has confirmed the crash.
Nearly 100 servicemen and two Mil Mi-8 helicopters are working at the Ilyushin Il-18 emergency landing site in Yakutia, a source in the regional emergency services told TASS:
“The search and rescue operation involves about 100 servicemen and two Mi-8 helicopters from the Tiksi airbase. The crash landing site has been found, it is located some 30 kilometers from the village of Tiksi.”
Survivors in the emergency landing of the Il-18 plane in Yakutia have been taken to a hospital in the Tiksi village, a local law enforcement source stressed.
“As a result of the incident, all passengers and crew members are alive. 16 people were severely wounded. They have been evacuated to the hospitals in Tiksi by search and rescue helicopters,” the ministry’s statement read, as cited by RIA Novosti.
“According to the report from the scene, the plane crash landed today at 4:45 [local time] 30 kilometers from Tiksi Airport. The aircraft was carrying out a scheduled flight from Kansk Airfield,” the ministry added.
The crash-landing was caused by a severe gusting side wind, according to preliminary data provided by local authorities and cited by RIA Novosti news agency.
“The survivors in the plane’s crash that occurred at 12:07 local time some 27 km from the Tiksi village have been taken to a regional hospital of the village,” the source said.
Seven crew members and 32 passengers – a rotating team of officers – were onboard the plane.TASS reports
National Vice President,
Akhil Bhartiya Patarkar Manch.
The Editor New Delhi, India News
New Delhi-Agra,India News:
Vice President,Delhi Chapter,
The Newspaper Editor's Society.
CEO:Enkay Sagar Holdings P Ltd:
Former Secretary,Delhi Region
International Theosophical Society.
The Spiritual Motivator:Consultant.