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… and the party accepts it.

I’m talking about BJP General Secretary, Ram Madhav.

Madhav who RSS relieved from his duties there to work in BJP, RSS’s political Wing; made the following tweet questioning the absence of vice-president Hamid Ansari from the World Yoga Day function on Rajpath:

ram madha and cleverly disguised polarizing tweet

Screenshot of Ram Madhav’s Deleted Tweet

Later the Vice President’s Office clarified that the Vice President had not attended the Celebrations simply because the Vice President was never invited to the Event. Something which the Union minister of state for AYUSH — the newly-formed ministry that organised the International Day of Yoga event — Shripad Naik, quickly endorsed, citing protocol to clarify about why the vice-president (and the President) can’t be invited to an event where the Prime Minister is chief guest.

Ram Madhav later made another tweet, which read,

“Am informed dat d VP was unwell. I withdrew my tweet. My apologies because d institution of VP deserves respect.”

And interestingly, he deleted that one as well. I personally believe, public figures shouldn’t delete their remarks. The responsibility becomes even more when one is part of the Government.

When asked to comment on the controversial Tweet, Naid Said,

“Unknowingly something happens, we apologize for that. It should have been avoided. It’s a mistake, he (Madhav) agrees, he apologised. He withdrew his statement,”

The Rajya Sabha TV also cleared the air by issuing a statement that the event was telecast live.

Funnily enough, BJP appears to be the only party which can excuse its National Secretary for lack of information. Actually the fact is, for the party, Ram Madhav’s incident is nothing but an opportunity lost. The party must surely have instructed Madhav to be more careful the next time.

Many newspapers are now busy promoting that the Vice President Ansari does yoga regularly and did it on Sunday, too, at his residence. Whether, he does Yoga or not, is his personal business.

Congress man Jairam Ramesh sees Ram Madhav’s Tweet this way,

“It is clear from the tweet of Shri Ram Madhav that communal polarisation was the main objective of the International Yoga Day. Communal polarisation is the only thing Mr. Modi, Mr. Amit Shah and Shri Ram Madhav know.”

Whatever Agenda Ram Ramdhav may have, but one thing is for sure, all through the event, he remained hawk-eyed for a particular person from other faith. A person about whom a Tweet could be made. The photo below from the event is a testimony to it:

ram madhav in front of a muslim

Ram Madhav ! Just look around | Image PTI

I’m referring to this advertisement:

The above advertisement is unfortunate, simply because:

1. Showing Advertisements is not what people expect from AAP.

2. It wrongly correlates decline in Corruption and Money saving: First of all decline in corruption can’t directly result in money-saving. Particularly in a country where population makes every single resource scarce.

3. It is simply worshiping an individual.

Lets set aside what Modi led BJP Government is doing ever since it came to power. As many people are now realizing that what BJP is doing from the past two years is nothing but marketing itself to come to power and keep that power. That’s why crores being spent on branding PM Modi and the Government are simply being ignored by majority of people. But this was not the case with AAP. Whether one supports AAP or not; the majority of people actually believed that this party will not use public money to promote itself. But unfortunately, with this advertisement (a couple of previous ones), AAP has broken that perception.

The grounds on which BJP and rivals are objecting to AAP’s Rishwat Band advertisement may be different; but they have one single lesson for Arvind Kejriwal led AAP: AAP must stop this advertisement immediately. It must understand that whoever runs such advertisements is simply wasting people’s money. A money which can be used for the people.

Last Date to apply for the 20 Faculty posts in PKIET Nedungadu Karaikal Puducherry, in different disciplines | July 20

20 Faculty posts in PKIET Nedungadu Karaikal PuducherryPerunthalaivr Kamarajar Institute of Engineering and Technology (PKIET), Nedungadu, Karaikal 609603, Puducherry — a Government of Puducherry Institution — invites interested and eligible candidates for Faculty posts of Assistant Professors. Below are the key details of Faculty posts in PKIET Nedungadu Karaikal :

Assistant Professor Posts

1. Computer Science & Engineering : 05 posts
2. Information Technology : 05 posts
3. Electronics & Communication Engineering : 06 posts
4. English : 02 posts
5. Mathematics : 01 post
6. Director of Physical Education : 01 post

Assistant Professor Pay Scale

As per AICTE norms

How to apply : Duly filled applications in the prescribed format along with all testimonials and a Demand Draft of Rs.500/( Rs.100/for
SC / ST) drawn in favour of ‘The Principal,
Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Institute of Engineering and
Technology (PKIET)’ payable at Karaikal must reach ‘The
Principal, Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Institute of
Engineering and Technology (PKIET), Nedungadu (Post),
Karaikal 609603’ on or before 20/07/2015, 5.00 p.m. by
registered post or in person.

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Internal Audit Posts in Pawan Hans June 2015

Last Date to apply for Internal Audit Posts in Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited (PHHL) | July 20

Internal Audit Posts in Pawan HansPawan Hans Helicopters Limited (PHHL), Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited, a premier Public Sector Undertaking and India’s largest helicopter company invites interested and eligible candidates for the internal audit posts in Pawan Hans. Below are the key details of Internal Audit Posts in Pawan Hans :

1. DGM (Internal Audit) : 01 post
2. Manager (Internal Audit) : 02 posts (on contractual
basis)
3. Officer (Internal Audit) : 01 post (on contractual basis)
4. Assistant (Internal Audit) : 03 posts (on contractual
basis)

How to Apply : Apply Online at Pawan Hans website and the application must reach on or before 20/07/2015 to:

Offg. General Manager (HR) Pawan Hans Limited

Corporate Office, C14,
Sector 1,
Noida 201301,
UP.

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IGNOU CBS course or IGNOU Certificate in Business Skills Key Details.

IGNOU Certificate in Business SkillsName of Course: Certificate in Business Skills (CBS)

Eligibility: 10+2 or Class 12th or equivalent

Age Limit: Age no bar or NO Age Limit

Course developed by the IGNOU, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF) and the Commonwealth of Learning, Canada.

For details visit the IGNOU Regional Centre near you.

Some days ago, the Somnath Temple Trust located near Veraval in the coastal district of Gir Somnath in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, restricted the entry of non-Hindus to the famous Shiva temple (For the sake of General Knowledge).

Lets set aside what the Constitution of India says about the entry into religious places. As from some months now, we have become a country where some people have become more than the Constitution. Hence it’s entirely non-relevant whether the State, Trust, Institution or some person can prevent someone from entering a place of worship on the basis of caste or religion. It’s also unimportant whether or not it is part of our own Constitution that all Hindus will have a right to enter without any discrimination. Why? As even till 1960s a large of chunk of Indians, who are now being called Hindus (for vote bank of course), were not allowed to enter Temples. The day-to-day discrimination on the basis of caste within Hindu Community is still rampant even today. That apart opening doors to all Hindus means more revenue for the Temples as well. Hence lets not discuss that.

Lets talks about the very ban itself. The ban has everything, which proves that the motivation for ban has everything which we as human beings must be ashamed about.

The temple authorities have put up a notice asking non-Hindu visitors to take permission from the Trust before entering the temple.

The Authorities cited security concerns and protection of ‘sanctity’ of a religious place for the restriction, saying other religions do not allow non-followers to enter their sacred places; and what we are doing is simply following our old tradition.

As far as security is concerned, then the best way is to make the place more secure. What if a person of some other religion, enters under disguise? Making a handful of people take prior permission before entering a place, doesn’t make it secure.

As far as the protection of ‘sanctity’ of a religious place, is concerned; the question is: What does this really mean? Does this mean restricting the entry of a person who the Temple Trust believes will make the place impure. Isn’t it the same reason why many Indians weren’t allowed entry into temples for hundreds of years?

The reasoning of the Somnath Temple Trust that Shree Somnath Jyotirling is a pilgrimage for Hindus; that’s why Non-Hindus will have to obtain permission from General Manager’s Office to enter the sacred pilgrim-place, is unpalatable as it’s trying to give an impression that people of other faiths are desperate to enter the Temple Premises. Even if one assumes that they do want to enter temple premises, for whatever reasons, even then banning the entry is ineffective move. If it’s about security, then security must be increased. A person who wants to do harm will never come with a Burqa (a veil worn by Muslim women), a turban or a cross. Nor will he/she arrive with a real id.

The Temple rust is governed by a trustee board which includes BJP leader Keshubhai Patel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP leader LK Advani.

The Temple Trust is quoting instances where some woman with Burqa (veil worn by Muslim women) tried to enter the temple. The question is, what’s wrong if she’s not a concern for the temple’s safety? If we Hindus can visit the Khanqahs of Sufi Saints, then why it can’t be the other way round. The reverence to God doesn’t mean, bowing to a God of any particular form. That apart, if Gods are compartmentalized the way humans are, then it’s an honor if the follower of some other faith, shows reverence to a God other than his/her.

The Temple Trust’s argument that other religions too do not allow non-followers to enter their sacred places. After all it’s their problem. Will you stop welcoming guests to your house, only because your neighbor follows the same policy? No, you will not. As you know what is the right thing to do. And greeting people with warmth is the best policy. The moment you start slamming your doors to people, the World will start seeing you as someone who had just come out of a cave.

As of now, if some non-Hindu tries to trespass into Somnath Temple, it will be a criminal trespass. It will be interesting to see how many tress passers, the Trust manages to find. Assuming that the Temple Trustees are always privy of this ban, it can be said that BJP is keeping religious heat on. No surprises though, as the life of common man has only became difficult in the one year of Modi Rule.

Last Date to send duly filled applications for SJVN Shimla Assistant Trainee Posts for PWD | June 24

SJVN Shimla Assistant Trainee Posts for PWDSJVN Limited, Himfed Building, New Shimla, Shimla (HP) 171009 — a Joint Venture of Govt. of India & Govt. of Himachal Pradesh; and a Mini Ratna & Schedule ‘A’ PSU — invites applications from interested and eligible candidates from PWD category (Domicile of Himachal Pradesh) for the Assistant Trainee Posts. Below are the key details of SJVN Shimla Assistant Trainee Posts :

Assistant Trainee

04 posts for PWD
Age Limit: 39 years
Pay Scale: Rs. 11500 26000
Mode of Selection: Written test on 06/10/2013.

How to Apply : Duly filled applications in the prescribed format
must reach the AGM (P&A), Recruitment Cell, SJVN
Limited, Himfed Building, New Shimla – 171009 (HP)
on or before 24/06/2015.

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RIICO Jaipur Various Posts | June 2015

Last Date to Apply for RIICO Jaipur Various Posts | June 25

RIICO Jaipur Various PostsRajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation (RIICO), Udyog Bhawan, Tilak Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302005 — invites online applications from interested and eligible candidates for various posts in RIICO. Below are the key details of RICO Jaipur Various Posts :

Assistant City Planner : 01 post
Assistant Regional Manager (Civil) : 22 posts
Assistant Site Engineer (Civil) : 17 posts
Assistant Accounts Officer Grade-II : 13 posts
Junior Legal Officer : 09 posts
Draftsman cum Tracer : 12 posts
Junior Assistant : 29 posts

How to Apply : Apply online for RIICO Jaipur Various Posts at RIICO website from 25/06/2015.

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Lets side Arvind Kejriwal on who Rules Delhi!

For more than two weeks now, Delhi and the country is rattled with one question  — who rules Delhi OR Who’s the real ruler of Delhi?

Is it the Leutinent Governor Najib Zung OR the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal?

I think, without any second thoughts, we should side Arvind Kejriwal.

Why? Because of the following reasons:

1) We the People are the Rulers : Lets set aside what the Constitution of India says about the powers of Lieutenant Governor. The real rulers of India are its People. People rule through their elected representatives, hence a Chief Minister has always the bigger right to rule, than an LG.

2) How Will a Chief Minister Govern and implement Things : If a Lieutenant Governor quashes down the decisions made by a CM and his Government, then how on Earth the CM and his Government govern and carry out new policies. The Delhi LG’s decision to hand-pick a Chief Secretary could had been tolerated, if he had not quashed all Government orders after that. If this is the way LG will act, then no single order of the elected Government could survive.

3) Delhi is neither a full Union Territory not a Full state : This means that the Constitutional provision that a Governor must take decision only on the advice of the CM, applies to Delhi as well.

4) High Court latest observation : The Delhi High Court on Monday said that the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of Delhi Government has the power to arrest police personnel, even when the Delhi Police comes under Union Government. Thus, the Honorable HC denied bail to Delhi Police Head Constable Anil Kumar, arrested in connection with a bribery charge.

Actually the Hc observed that since Delhi Police operates in Delhi, hence it comes under Delhi Government’s jurisdiction as well. You can see this development as the Aam Aadmi Party’s argument that, the BJP’s claim that Lieutenant Governor is the real ruler of Delhi, is wrong. Simply because Delhi has many characteristics of a State ( a partial State). The BJP led Union Government is trying to present Delhi as black & white picture of LG’s rule, when the picture is not that simple.

The judgment points to the fact that LG’s recent decisions are not that innocent and the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal led State government’s machinery has real powers.

5) BJP Government’s argument is full of contradictions : When BJP says the LG is the real ruler of Delhi, then it dilutes the People’s Rule in the Country. Does BJP support Governor, LG and Bureaucracy displace an elected CM in other states in India?

In other words will BJP allow Delhi LG replace the collective wisdom of 67 member AAP Government in Delhi?

The day BJP made its Minister from North East, term IAS Shakuntala Gamlin’s issue as a  victimization of a person from North East, it became sufficiently clear that the Union Government is doing politics on the issue. After all, an IAS is not any common joe from North East. He/she is much powerful to be victimized. Especially when he/she managed to reach the Senior IAS cadre.

Lets ask the Union Government to allow Kejriwal Government to govern Delhi peacefully. If the elected Government in Delhi is interrupted time and again, then the biggest losers will be the people of Delhi.

 

Last Date to apply for Grade I and Grade II Stenographer posts in Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Janakpuri New Delhi | June 30

sanskrit-logoRashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Janakpuri, New Delhi — Deemed University — invites applications on prescribed format from interested and eligible Indian Nationals for Stenographer Grade-I and Stenographer Grade-II posts. Below are the key details of stenographer posts in Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Janakpuri  :

Grade I and Grade II Stenographer posts in Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan

Stenographers Grade-I

06 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800 grade pay Rs.4200, Age : 35 years

Stenographers Grade-II

03 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200 grade pay Rs.2400, Age : 27 years

How to Apply : Duly filled application form must reach the Registrar, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Janakpuri, New Delhi latest by 30/06/2015.

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