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City along Yamuna Expressway should be included in smart-city project
Dear Editor, Union Civil Aviation Ministry has finally given nod to proposal of Uttar Pradesh government for making new international-airport at Jewar (UP) at side of India’s most prominent Yamuna Expressway connecting Delhi to Agra. Now project should be soon implemented by getting nod of Union Cabinet in a supersonic manner. Developing international-airport at Jewar (UP) will give foreigners visiting India easy connectivity both to capital-city New Delhi and prominent-most tourist-attraction Taj-city at Agra, apart from proper utilisation of Yamuna Expressway developed at huge cost which presently is grossly under-utilised. Already Greater Noida has become an attractive hub for foreign buyers with exhibitions held at Greater Noida round the year by Indian exporters. Setting up of inte...
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Down with favouritism
Dear Editor, I am a teacher by profession with high qualification. There are some core reasons which have annoyed teaching community to a large extent, reasons are, under due interventions by the media, other agencies and top bureaucracy. Once I remained stuck in the traffic jam which resulted in an hour’s delay in attending to my duties. I was called for an explanation by the boss which was forwarded to the next higher authority who without applying mind, placed me under suspension for 2 months. I pleaded before an officer about the cogent reason in reaching late, but the officer exercised his powers and never bothered to take heed to my plight. Finally I had to go the court where in its order the court directed the department for my immediate reinstatement as I was about to superannuat...
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‘Premium Full Cream Milk’ to be introduced at all booths
Dear Editor, ‘Mother Dairy’ can increase its profitability and sale by decreasing fat-contents in ‘Paneer’ and ‘Khoya’. These two items marketed by ‘Mother Dairy’ have selling prices much higher than of normally available in open market. It is noted that higher price of ‘Paneer’ and ‘Khoya’ marketed by ‘Mother Dairy’ is because of heavy fat-content which in fact snatches softness in use of these two items. Snatching fat-content from ‘Paneer’ and ‘Khoya’ will make these softer for consumption, healthy and decrease in prices to level of market-price because of snatched fat-content being used for production of items like ‘Ghee’ and ‘Butter’. Heavy sale of spurious ‘Khoya’ in open market rather demands a total ban on sale of ‘Khoya’ by unorganised sector. ‘Mother Dairy’ milk-booths should ha...
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Right to education and quality of education
Dear Editors, The RTE does not allow homeschooling. The education system we have is frankly pathetic and does little to nothing to provide a useful foundation for life. We are still into memorizing and testing recall in an age of pen drives. Spending hours calculating square roots when every mobile has a calculator and we have more mobiles than toilets. On the other hand, things we'd imagine are life essentials - how is your electricity bill calculated and how to pay it or even what your rights are as a child and what can you do if your rights are violated is something you never learn in school. Ten years of basic education does not make students competent for basic jobs and they must cater to the education inflation craze to be able to make a living. Ten years is a lot of time. We don...
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Favouritism in judicial exams
Dear Editor, It refers to letter dated 18.06.2015 written by Union Law Minister to Chief Justice of Delhi High Court about alleged corruption, favouritism and nepotism in the Delhi Judicial Services Examinations held last year after Department of Justice received many complaints on mode of conducting these examinations where sitting High Court judges framed question-papers and evaluated answer-sheets of candidates. Out of total 659 candidates appeared for the examinations, only 15 could be selected which included topper and another successful candidate being children of sitting High Court judges. Media-reports also indicate that the Delhi Judicial Service Examinations had to be cancelled in the year 1990 and re-conducted in the year 1991. Many unsuccessful candidates of the year 1990 wer...
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TMC goons
Dear Editor, The open instigation to violence, calls to attack the police, to murder and rape political opponents, by TMC leaders, like Minister Jyotipriya Mullick, MP Tapas Paul, Birbhum district leader Anubrata Mondal, Rajya Sabha MP Abhishek Banerjee, among others, is deplorable. None has been pulled up and or even questioned by the police for their inflammatory words and open incitement to violence. After its win in the 2011 Assembly polls, the TMC adopted a policy of weaning away workers and supporters of all other parties, promising them berths and position. There was a virtual exodus of workers and supporters of the Congress and the Left parties to the TMC, where they were given posts. This infuriated old time TMC activists who had suffered for years under Left rule. No wonder ...
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Emergency was boon for corrupt political heavyweights
Dear Editor, Emergency came as a boon to many corrupt political heavyweights of present era who became leaders by investing their youth for being in jails in those dark days of emergency. Such political heavyweights of the erstwhile Janta Party formed in post-emergency 1977-era subsequently split again and again, unfortunately have polluted Indian political system in a manner which made them grab enormous wealth by running post-emergency politics like family-business and behaving like modern monarchs in Indian democracy redefining democracy as a system for the politicians, by the politicians and of the politicians. Their dominating Indian system of governance has practically made lives of commoners even much more miserable than it was during emergency. Prime Minister terming emergency a...
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PM should go for massive poll-reforms to phase out such elements
Dear Editor, Emergency came as a boon to many corrupt political heavyweights of present era who became leaders by investing their youth for being in jails in those dark days of emergency. Such political heavyweights of the erstwhile Janta Party formed in post-emergency 1977-era subsequently split again and again, unfortunately have polluted Indian political system in a manner which made them grab enormous wealth by running post-emergency politics like family-business and behaving like modern monarchs in Indian democracy redefining democracy as a system for the politicians, by the politicians and of the politicians. Their dominating Indian system of governance has practically made lives of commoners even much more miserable than it was during emergency. Prime Minister terming emergency a...
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Spacing prices distablishing hearths of Aam Aadami
Dear Editor, The phenomenon of rise in prices has become a regular feature of Indian Economy whileas on the other hand the rulers are selling the dreams of Achhe Din which are no where in sight for even the middle classes not to talk of toiling masses and the working classes. This kind of unstable situation is prevailing more vigorously ever since the doctrine of "Globalisation" & Economic Reforms" have thrusted upon the people of India more than two decades back and the people were told that they have to bear with it for some years and thereafter they will be relieved of all their miseries and woes they were facing then. The exploiting ruling classes of all combinations UPA-I, UPA-II or NDA-I & NDA-II in power at present all are pursuing anti people and anti working class policies and o...
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Delhi Milk Scheme should be merged with ‘Mother Dairy’
Dear Editor, Thousands of booths of Delhi Milk Scheme (DMS) scattered throughout the capital city of India are being grossly misused as private shops by the licensees in corrupt partnership of DMS-personnel by authorisation to sell products other than from DMS. It is to be noted that ‘Mother Dairy’ booths in Delhi-NCR sell only ‘Mother Dairy’ products, a big reason for success of ‘Mother Dairy’. Mere existence of DMS after launch of ‘Mother Dairy’ by Union government for Delhi-NCR is in itself wastage of public-resources also through double-spent on overheads. An RTI-response revealed that DMS booth-holders continued to operate despite huge DMS outstanding against them. Monthly booth-sale of DMS revealed booth-holders providing a combined sale of just rupees 82 lakhs per month against a...
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Union Law Minister on judges’ children gainers in judicial-examinations
Dear Editor, It refers to letter dated July written by Union Law Minister to Chief Justice of Delhi High Court about alleged corruption, favouritism and nepotism in the Delhi Judicial Services Examinations held last year after Department of Justice received many complaints on mode of conducting these examinations where sitting High Court judges framed question-papers and evaluated answer-sheets of candidates. Out of total 659 candidates appeared for the examinations, only 15 could be selected which included topper and another successful candidate being children of sitting High Court judges. Media-reports also indicate that the Delhi Judicial Service Examinations had to be cancelled in the year 1990 and re-conducted in the year 1991. Many unsuccessful candidates of the year 1990 were decl...
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Mysterious public distribution system in J&K
Dear Editor, The State government claim to issue 35 Kg of Rice & Atta per family 700 gm sugar per head per month and K.Oil to rationees whileas the situation on ground is quite different as two bags of wheat flour containing 10 Kg each is supplied by the ration dealers per month. This, perhaps, may be because the State of Jammu and Kashmir is reportedly getting ration goods as per census 2001 and not 2011 and it is reportedly trying to obtain ration foodgrain as per census 2011. Since the BJP-PDP coalition govt, came to power the situation has become precarious as ration is not supplied to the rationees every month in time. Moreover, if wheat flour is supplied neither sugar nor rice is not available in the depot as such the rationees have to remain in conact with ration dealers throughou...
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