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Democracy depends upon survival of rule of law: Omar


SRINAGAR, OCT 18 Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Friday equated the sustenance of rule of law with the sustenance of democracy and said that their survival depends on each other. He said the rule of law is paramount for democracy and at the same time it cannot thrive in a totalitarian system. Addressing the inaugural session of the 3-day North Zone Regional Judicial Conference at SKICC here, the Chief Minister said that the three systems of legislature, judiciary and the government have to jointly contribute in strengthening the rule of law and building unsheltered faith of people in the Institutions responsible for ensuring justice, equality, liberty and fraternity to all without any consideration. Omar Abdullah said that rule of law is paramount to achieve the goal of justice to all. He said law is blind to position, male or female sex, religion, caste or economic status, as such, justice delivered should seem to be delivered in the true spirit of justice. He said, speedy and time bound delivery of justice 8Contd p2

Pakistani troops resort to heavy shelling and firing along LoC


SRINAGAR, OCT 18: Pakistani troops on Friday resorted to heavy firing and shelling along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Reports said heavy shelling was reported from the RS Pura and Akhnoor sectors. Pakistan Rangers had yesterday also resorted to unprovoked firing on forward Indian border outposts during suspected movement of some persons along the Indo-Pak border in Jammu district, prompting retaliation from BSF troops. On OCT 16, Pakistani troops had violated the ceasefire thrice in the Kamalkote forward area of Uri, Krishnagati and Bhimbhergali sub-sectors of Poonch district and Mangu Chak and Khatav Border Out posts along International Border in Samba district. On OCT 15, Lance Naik MF Khan of 15 Bihar regiment was killed when Pakistani troops opened fire at Indian forward posts in HamirpurBalakote sub-sector in Poonch district. On the same day, Pakistani Army 8Contd p2

NEWS IN BRIEF
JKPSC Pre Exam result declared
SRINAGAR, OCT 18: The Public Service Commission (PSC) has on Friday declared result of the Preliminary Examination of J&K State Combined Competitive Examination2013, which was held on 2909-2013. Total 20,236 candidates participated in the Preliminary Examination. A total of 2477 candidates, based on merit have been short listed for the Main Exam 8Contd p2

Pak firing : Be prepared with contingency plan stresses Dy CM

"Freedom may be a gift from God but it necessarily requires to be secured on earth": Justice M M Kumar
SRINAGAR, OCT 18: Chief Justice Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Mr Justice M. M. Kumar on Friday said that Rule of Law is an idea which has been articulated in our Constitution more than 63 years ago. He said that the declaration made in Chapter III of the constitution, containing fundamental rights leave no manner of doubt that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights which include life, liberty, justice and fraternity. Justice Kumar was addressing North Zone 3rd Regional Judicial Conference on "Role of Courts in upholding Rule of Law" organized by High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, National Judicial Academy, Bhopal and J&K State Judicial Academy at Sher-i-Kashmir International Convention Complex (SKICC) here on Friday. He said that even today we find that it is a never ending journey and we are all clamouring to ensure that these principles are translated into the realities of lives of our citizens. "Freedom may be a gift from God but it necessarily requires to be secured on earth, he added. It is we the people 8Contd p2

Guv has no secret fund: Spokesperson


JAMMU, OCT 18 Directing civil and police administration to be fully geared up for dealing with any eventuality, Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand said in view of the recent firing on International Border in Pargwal and R.S. Pura sectors administration should be ready with contingency plan and all out efforts should be made to provide required aid to those injured in the inclement firing on border. He directed the concerned civil and police officers to be stationed in their areas and maintain close liaison with BSF and Army so as to build confidence among the villagers and to promptly attend any untoward incident in the area. He said this while addressing a public meeting convened in Pargwal village to listen to the problems faced by border inhabitants. Besides senior civil and police officers the meeting was attended by Sarpanch 8Contd p2 SRINAGAR, OCT 18 - A Raj Bhavan spokesman, referring to the assertion of a Member of the Legislative Assembly that the Governor has a Secret Fund, reported in a section of the Press, rejected the statement as incorrect and baseless. The spokesman clarified that the, as per the Constitution, grants for the Raj Bhavan are passed by the Legislature and are open to public scrutiny.

Sham visits injured assures best treatment


JAMMU, OCT 18: The Jammu and Kashmir government has condemned firing by Pakistan troops from across the border, resulting in injuries to civilians, particularly children. "We condemn such incidents of firing by Pakistani troops from across the border which is causing loss of life and property of innocent people," Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Sham Lal Sharma said here on Thursday night. Sharma visited the Government Medical College (GMC) here on Thursday and enquired about the two women and three children injured in yesterday's cross-border firing at Najwal border hamlet

PMO officials, Naveen Patnaik under CBI scanner


NEW DELHI: The CBI is likely to seek clarifications from Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik and certain officials of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) for alleged irregularities in the allocation of the Talabira-II coal blocks to a private firm Hindalco in 2005. Patnaik allegedly wrote a letter recommending the allocation of the coal blocks to the firm - a group company of the Aditya Birla group - to the PMO after the inter-ministerial screening committee had allocated them to the state-owned Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) in May 2005, said a CBI official. On Thursday, 8Contd p2

Sensex nearly on three year high


MUMBAI: The benchmark Sensex on Friday surged over 467 points to a nearly three-year high on acrossthe- board buying in blue chips led by financial sector stocks, including ICICI Bank, on easing concerns over the US tapering and a pick-up in China's economic growth. After a smart start, the 30-share BSE index rose to 20,932.23 and ended 467.38 8Contd p2

PM needs to be probed in coal scam: Jaitely


NEW YORK: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cannot be kept out of the CBI probe into the controversial coal block allocation as he was the "competent authority" when the decision was taken, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley said on Friday. Naming industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and former coal secretary P C Parakh by the CBI in its FIR sent a "very, very adverse" signal that investors and civil servants will face investigation for irregularities, while the "competent authority" in the case, the Prime Minister who held the coal portfolio, "will go scot-free", Jaitley said.

Coalgate scam: Birla says not worried at all


in Pargwal belt of Akhnoor district. He interacted with the patients and their attendants and assured them all necessary assistance from the government. Sharma issued instructions to the GMC authorities for providing best possible medical care to the patients. Pakistan Army troops had yesterday pounded civilian areas along LoC, violating the ceasefire for the ninth time in four days. NEW DELHI: Hindalco chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla, speaking publicly for the first time after the CBI named him in an FIR in a coal allocation case, on Thursday said the company has done no wrong and he is not worried about the fallout on the group's application for a bank licence. The noted industrialist spoke after meeting finance minister P Chidambaram and revenue secretary Sumit Bose in the North Block office. "As of now, I am not worried about it. There is nothing wrong (that) has been done, so why 8Contd p2

He said successive corruption scandals like the spectrum and coal blocks allocation are adding to the "disillusionment" towards the UPA government. "This (coal block allocation) case is going to send a very, very 8Contd p2

1600 BJP, VHP workers arrested


LUCKNOW: As many as 1,600 people, including BJP MP Yogi Adityanath and several VHP leaders, were arrested on Friday while the borders of Ayodhya and Faizabad have been sealed by the Uttar Pradesh government as part of crackdown on the saffron outfit's proposed 'Sankalp Diwas' rally. "So far 1,600 people, including BJP and VHP leaders, have been arrested across the state 8Contd p2

UP tops list of child labour with 20% share


VARANASI: The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed on OCT 17 every year since 1993 after the United Nations General Assembly chose this day to promote awareness about the need to eradicate poverty in all countries. Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger is also one of the development goals of the UN. Though reduction in the number of people living below poverty line has been witnessed in last couple of years, poverty still exists one of the worst forms of it can be seen as child labour, bonded labour and people living in urban slums. "Uttar Pradesh, which tops the list of child labour, has the highest number, 20% of India's child labourers," said Rajni Kant, the state convener of Campaign against Child Labour (CACL) and president of Human Welfare Association (HWA). According to CACL report, out of 1,26,66,377 child labourers in the country, UP alone has 19,27,997 child labourers. As per the records of assistant labour commissioner 8Contd p2

"Why every ambassador falls in love with India" said Nixon in 1971
WASHINGTON: Reluctant to hear anything against then Pakistan president Gen Yahya Khan and his army ahead of the 1971 war, the then US President Richard Nixon branded his own envoy to India as a "traitor" and an "Indian mouthpiece", says a new book based on declassified documents. In fact, Nixon wanted to fire Kenneth B Keating, the then US ambassador to India, because he refused to toe his line and instead had the courage and strength to speak the truth to the President that his closest ally Pakistan was indulging in a genocide, says the book 'The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide'. The book is authored by Gary Bass, who is a professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University. "Nixon said, 'Keating's a traitor' and told (the then secretary of state Henry) Kissinger that they should fire the ambassador. The Indians, Nixon said, were 'Awful but they are getting some assistance from Keating, 8Contd p2

1000 ton gold hunt: While Modi chides, Congress says no harm in digging
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday supported the Archaeological Survey of India's (ASI) treasure hunt in an old fort in Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district, and said the move benefits the country, no harm going for it. "There is no harm if the country benefits from it," Congress spokesperson Renuka Chowdhury told reporters. She defended the ASI move to excavate for around 1,000 tonnes of gold, which a seer said he dreamt to have been buried near a temple at the old fort.

Board for Mata Sukhrala Devi, Mata Bala Sundri Shrine constituted
SRINAGAR, OCT 18: Following passing of an Act for constitution of Mata Sukhrala Devi Ji and Mata Bala Sundri Ji Shrine Board, the Government has constituted the Shrine Board for the better management, administration and governance 8Contd p2

"The Geological Survey of India said there is some metal underneath the temple. What actually is there will be

known only after digging," said Chowdhary. The old fort at Dondia Khera village 8Contd p2

TOO MANY HOLIDAYS: WILL THEY HELP INDIA?


HINDSIGHT
ROHIT SINGH RANA It is a different subject. Perhaps very little has been written on it. Politicians will keep studied silence on the increasing demands for holidays on particular days. Today demand for holiday on Karva Chauth has been raised by a new political party in Jammu. Next day the claim will be raised for some other festival. In fact we have been witness to the shrill cacophony for holidays for a long time now. It reminds me of an incident about a Japanese company which sought to open its factory in India. Before doing that the hard working Japanese did a research on many parameters, which they thought was essential to start their venture in our country. One parameter that they could not understand was the number of holidays that are due to be given to their employees. Fifty two Sundays plus too many holidays and short working duration in the day, how could we make profit, the Japanese asked themselves? Soon they shelved their idea to open their establishment, thinking it will not be a profitable venture for them besides they got amazed at the work culture in the country. In Jammu and Kashmir there are 30 government holidays, add to them at least 52 Sundays plus some restricted holidays too. The figure touches 90. It means 24% of a year is gone on holidays. Of the remaining 76 % of the year the Sahibs and other employees are either sick or do not have mood to attend office or are on 'official tours,' many times unconnected with their official work. It leaves about 70 % of the year for work. The story does not end here. This is followed by the most important shock of sorts. How much of the six or seven hours is dedicated to the work in real terms. It is a big question. Without meaning to offend any religion, it is not unusual that on Fridays many employees skip the afternoon after prayers. Not knowing that true religion does not teach shirking from work. On Eid -ul Azha there are two holidays which extends to even three. Similarly on Diwali, one holiday is not sufficient to satisfy the festive mood. Then many working days are lost to strikes for pressing demands. It leaves practically only about 60% of year left for work. With this little time, our efforts very frequently revolve on filling our own pockets. The nation or Country or the State comes last on our priority. Curiously enough, this dismal picture is not complete yet. Yet the chorus for more holidays is raised every day. Political parties make a scoring point on the demand. Holiday on Karwa Chouth or some local Urs of a Pir sahib come handy to show their presence. Let the Nation go down the drain, who cares. With such a mindset, will India really prosper and become a power to reckon with. Emphatically a big no. Not a big surprise that the people of advanced countries work for a long day and with dedication. Employees in our state will come in the office at 10.30 PM and if one comes at9.55 AM and starts working at 10 AM, he is either eccentric or not needed at home. It is a common sight to see employees coming late then shuffling here and there and soon after indulging in gossip. By the time it is 11 AM; many offices are yet on an opening mode. India needs work culture. We all have to work hard and with dedication then alone shall we become a power to reckon with. Population does not make a nation great, it is the commitment that makes countries grand. Look at small countries like Switzerland, Austria, Holland, these countries have less than 20 million populations, yet they are some of the most advanced countries in the world. With our less work attitude and that too fully laced with corruption India will be soon beaten by countries like Sri Lanka, and Bhutan not to speak of China. High time that we make a surgery of our mentality and remove the tumour of holidays from our mind, then alone shall we make India a world power, a truly great nation.

Well said Mr. Omar but who is responsible?


While speaking in three day Regional Judicial Conference, the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah rightly aired his views about the erosion of people's faith in institutions for justice delivery. His words, "Unless we strengthen the rule of law and unless we deliver justice, we run the risk of threatening the very institutions that are supposed to deliver. Unfortunately, my own experience has been that people's patience and people's faith in institutions is rapidly eroding." These words were said, we believe in right earnest. Accepted, his concern but who is responsible for erosion of law and order machinery. It is a common sight, traffic policeman along with seniors brazenly accepting bribe in full view of the public. An engineer having a fixed percentage earmarked for him along with the whole staff, a policemen demanding money or else threatening the complainant, these are practices now a norm. A top bureaucrat slashing his hefty share at the top, and the politician fixing targets of money transaction through his staff, also indulging in land grabbing to high end corruption make news every day. Judiciary too is also not free from the scourge of corruption. Eventually who runs the system, the government? Today Omar Abdullah heads it, tomorrow some other person will. In this gloomy scene do not we need a hard-nosed, practical politician cum administrator who thinks beyond votes and his party prospects? He alone can deliver while others will only make flowery speeches airing concern but doing practically nothing to stem the rot. RANASAHIB

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Renewal Mission (JNNURM) suggests that the average income of a slum household is Rs 100150 per day with average household size of eight members. A report of the working group (of Planning Commission) on urban poverty and slums suggests that urban poverty in India was large and widespread. In 2004-05, 80.8 million people, out of an estimated urban population of 309.5 million persons, were below the poverty line as their consumption per month was found to be less than Rs 538.60. These numbers constitute a significant proportion of the world's total urban poor estimated at 291.4 million. Over the past three decades (19732004), the number of the urban poor has raised by 34.4% and the share of the urban poor in the total from 18.7% in 1973 to 26.8% in 2004-05. In comparison the numbers of the rural poor have registered a 15.5% decline over this period. Moreover, about 40-45 million people are on the verge of poverty which indicates an increase in number of urban poor. At national level, according to Planning Commission's report, 'Poverty Estimates for 2011-12', the percentage of persons below the poverty line in 2011-12 was found to be 25.7% in rural areas, 13.7% in urban areas and 21.9% for the country. The respective ratios for the rural and urban areas were 41.8% and 25.7% and 37.2% for the country as a whole in 2004-05. It was 50.1% in rural areas, 31.8% in urban areas and 45.3% for the country as a whole in 1993-94. In 2011-12, India had 270 million persons below the Tendulkar Poverty Line as compared to 407 million in 2004-05, that is a reduction of 137 million persons over a period of 7 years. After India (13.9 million), China has the most with 2.9 million, followed by Pakistan (2.1 million), Nigeria (701,000), Ethiopia (651,000), Russia (516,000), Thailand (473,000), Democratic Republic of Congo (462,000), Myanmar (384,000) and Bangladesh (343,000).

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POLO GROUND, SRINAGAR, KASHMIR - 190001 (www.jkpsc.nic.in) NOTIFICATION NO: PSC/EX-13/87 DATED: 18.10.2013
The candidates as per Annexure-A to this notification are hereby declared to have qualified for the admission to the Jammu & Kashmir Combined Competitive (Mains) 2013 on the basis of their performance in the J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination 2013 held by the Commission on 29.09.2013. The Commission has declared the result as per sub rule (2) of Rule 8 of Jammu and Kashmir Combined Competitive Examination Rules, 2008 as amended from time to time and the law laid down including the judgment of Hon'ble Supreme Court in Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission versus Baloji Badhavath & Others (Civil Appeal No.2244 of 2009) for the purpose of admitting the candidates for appearing in the Main Examination. While adopting the above rule, the Commission has decided to call 25 times the total number of vacancies. Out of 25,006 enrolled candidates, only 20,236 candidates appeared in the Preliminary Examination. Thus 2477 candidates in Roll order have been declared to have qualified for the Main Examination, thereby making the last cut off point as 288.578 marks out of aggregate of 450 marks. After conclusion of the examination, the representations received from candidates alleging discrepancies in certain questions were referred to the subject matter experts and after receipt of the expert opinion, the representations were disposed of in accordance with Rule 12-A of J&K Public Service Commission Conduct of Examination Rules, 2005. The candidature of candidates who are declared to have qualified for admission to Main Examination is purely provisional and subject to determination of final eligibility at the time of submission of Application Forms for Main Examination. This is subject to the outcome of any writ petition pending disposal before any competent Court of Law. The result is also be available on J&K PSC's official website www.jkpsc.nic.in. Note 1. Notification inviting Applications for J&K Combined Competitive (Main) Examination 2013 is being issued shortly. Note 2. The J&K Combined Competitive (Main) Examination 2013 is tentatively scheduled to begin in the last week of February, 2014 and detailed date sheet shall be notified separately.
Sd/(Dr. T.S. Ashok Kumar) IFS Secretary & Controller of Examinations, J&K Public Service Commission. Dated: 18.10.2013

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Democracy depends ...
is of significant importance to people and at the end of the day this counts a lot to the justice seekers. Referring to some flaws in laws, Omar Abdullah said that different interpretations and delay in justice delivery makes common people apprehensive and their faith in the system gets eroded. He said the large pendency of cases in the courts and delivery of justice taking months and years are great cause of worry to people. "This, sometimes create law and order problem. People come on roads and take the law in their own hands", he said and mentioned Delhi rape case and added that the people coming on streets in large numbers was not only to show their concern against the crime but also to depict the apprehension about the time bound justice and punishment handed over to the culprits.

Divisional Commissioner, Jammu Mr. Shantmanu, Deputy Commissioner, Jammu Mr. Ajeet Kumar Sahu, SSP Mr. Atul Goel attended the meeting and briefed the Deputy Chief Minister about various arrangements put in place to attend the needs of those affected on the border.

PMO officials...
Patnaik explained his letter to the power requirements of the company's aluminium smelter plant in Sambalpur district. Asked about Patnaik's recommendation and the role of PMO officials, CBI director Ranjit Sinha told HT, "The recommendation letter is part of the probe. We will probe anybody if required." "There is evidence that Parakh overturned the panel's decision. He would get a chance to explain if he had a valid reason for his action which was then being opposed by others." Sinha, however, emphasised that the agency only wanted to find the truth. "If we find there is no evidence against the accused in this case, we will not hesitate to inform the Supreme Court and file a closure report." The CBI director's promise for fair play came on a day lawyer ML Sharma moved the SC to seek directions to get the CBI to name Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in its FIR. "Patnaik sent his recommendation to the PMO before Birla met Parakh in July 2005 to request for the coal blocks' allocation to his firm," said the official. "We are scrutinising Patnaik's letter and will seek his clarifications when required," he said.

"Freedom may...
of India who install government which is for the people, by the people and of the people. Despite achieving great heights the struggle to win freedom, justice and liberty still remains a distant dream for the teeming millions on account of their poverty, backwardness and lack of information about their own rights. The challenge which confronts the legislature, executive and judiciary as on today is how to bring the teeming millions on the equal pedestal by restoring them their right to equality, justice and fraternity. This Conference aims at unfolding the lacunas discovered while applying the principles of Rule of Law. There are areas in States like Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand and Jammu and Kashmir which remain cut off from the main land for months together.

Coalgate scam...
should one worry?" he told reporters when asked if the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) FIR would cast a shadow on the Aditya Birla Group's application for a bank licence. Birla said he discussed the CBI FIR with the minister. "I obviously brought this up with FM ... So many other things to talk about ... work goes on. We are in so many other industries. There are so many other things to discuss with him," he said. The investigating agency yesterday claimed to have made a fresh recovery of documents from Aditya Birla Group, which included retail invoices of gold coins totalling Rs 94 lakh, investments in various schemes to the tune of Rs 17 lakh, besides Rs 24 lakh in petty cash.

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Result Contd. on page 3 a dream by a seer who had predicted about 1,000 tonnes of gold in that area. Modi said the deadly cyclone Phailin which hit parts of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar did not destroy much as it was feared, but the country was witnessing a cyclone of change to ensure a "Congress-mukth Bharat". He said he has been witnessing a wave of change in the country, including in Tamil Nadu to change the government at the Centre. Modi will be delivering a lecture at the Nani Phalkiwala Foundation and release a book authored by noted journalist and his party colleague Arun Shourie. Asian stocks were in demand after China's GDP growth climbed to 7.8 per cent in the third quarter, registering an overall growth of 7.7 per cent for the past nine months, which in turn bolstered the trading sentiment here, they added. Out of the 30 BSE index components, 29 stocks advanced led by ICICI Bank, ITC and Reliance Industries. Sectorally, the banking index gained the most rising 3.93 per cent as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and State Bank of India climbed on value buying. The metal sector index was second best performer, adding 3.32 per cent. All the 13 sectoral indices ended higher.

Pakistani troops...
had shelled mortars and fired from small arms in forward areas along LoC in Hamirpur and Bhimbher Gali sub-sectors of Poonch district. On OCT 14, BSF Constable M Basu was injured when Pakistani troops resorted to firing on Katav Border Out Post along the International Border in Samba district. In Islamabad, a military source claimed that a Pakistan Rangers' jawan was killed in firing by BSF troops along the LoC. The incident took place in Chaprar sector. "Firing was carried out by BSF post Kharkola," the source claimed.

"Why every ...


of course.' "Kissinger agreed: 'A lot of assistance; he is practically their mouthpiece'," says the book. "He (Nixon) added, 'He has gone native. As I told you, I saw the Indians and listened to their complaints and Keating kept interrupting and saying but you forgot to mention this or that'. (This was false: in the meetings in Delhi, Keating only spoke once, to break an awkward silence in the conversation with Indira Gandhi)," the book said. the book said. belongs to Unnao's mid-19th century ruler Raja Rao Ram Bux Singh. Unnao is 50 km from the state capital Lucknow. Shobhan Sarkar, a famous seer of the region, wrote to the Prime Minister that the late king came in his dreams and asked him to get the treasure dug up and hand it over to the government of India to tide over the economic crisis. Taking a dig at the Centre for its "gold hunt", BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today urged the Government to bring back the black money allegedly stashed in Swiss banks. "The government has started to dig for some 1,000 tonnes gold, after someone dreamt of it. You bring back the money that the looters have stashed in Swiss banks. That would be more than the value of 1,000 tonnes of gold," Modi said while addressing BJP workers on his arrival here on a day's visit to the city. The Gujarat chief minister was apparently mocking at the excavation work being undertaken by Archaeological Survey of India in Unnao in Uttar Pradesh to hunt for a gold treasure on the basis of

PM needs...
adverse signal to both international and domestic investors," Jaitley told here. The leader of the opposition in Rajya Sabha said it defied logic that a secretary to the government who recommends a coal block should be made an accused in an FIR filed by the CBI but the minister who sanctions the blocks should be out of it. The FIR has named Parakh and Birla for criminal conspiracy and under provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act in the allocation of two coal blocks in Odisha in 2005. Jaitley described Birla as "one of the doyens of the industry" and Parakh as an "an honest civil servant" who as a "dissenter" in the coal bloc allocation had recommended auction of coal.

Pak firing...
, Panchs and prominent people of the area. Responding to the problems projected by the people, Tara Chand issued directions for ensuring round the clock availability of Doctors, Paramedical staff in the health centre as well setting up a mobile veterinary unit. He said local people as well as police should maintain close liaison and SSP should personally supervise police establishments for prompt action during any possible event. He said required funds under CDF have already been released to purchase three new boats for the area and same should be expedited so that an alternate mode of connectivity is ensured. Earlier, the Deputy Chief Minister after arriving from Delhi drove straight way to the Government Medical College and inquired about the health of those injured in yesterday's firing incident. He was informed that five people including three children and two women have sustained bullet injuries in the firing. Tara Chand also chaired a high level review meeting at his residence and took a detailed assessment of the prevailing situation in wake of the cross border firing incidents.

1000 ton gold...

JKPSC Pre ...


in pursuance to relevant rules. The cut-off merit is 288.57marks out of aggregate of 450 marks.

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as a preventive measure," IG (law and order) R K Vishwakarma told . He said that while borders of Ayodhya and Faizabad remained sealed, around 10,000 people took bath in Saryu river on the occasion of Sharad Purnima.

Sensex nearly...
points or 2.29 per cent to 20,882.89. This is the highest closing level since 20,932.48 on November 9, 2010. Investors on the exchange were richer by over Rs 1.07 lakh crore. Foreign investors pumped in Rs 1,109.93 crore into local equities on Thursday, remaining net buyers for the 10 straight day. FIIs have infused $14.77 billion so far since January this year. The broader National Stock Exchange index Nifty also shot up by 143.50 points, or 2.37 per cent, to close at 6,189.35, after hitting the day's high of 6,201.45. The SX40 index on the MCX Stock Exchange closed higher by 237.07 points at 12,416.36. Brokers said there was across-the-board buying on positive global cues after the end of US shutdown and easing concerns over the US tapering, which especially boosted the financial sector stocks.

Board for Mata...


of these shrines. As per a notification issued by the Government, the Divisional Commissioner, Jammu will head the Board, whereas Deputy Commissioner, Kathua will be Vice Chairman and Additional Chief Executive Officer, Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, Director Tourism, Jammu and Sub Divisional Magistrate, Billawar will be Members of the Board. Mr. Pawan Shastri s/o Mr Baldas Dass r/o Thakur Dwara, Shakti Nagar, Jammu, Mr. Zorawar Singh R/O Billawar, Mrs. Neelam Vaid, retired Lecturer in Sanskrit R/O Billawar, Dr. Narinder Vaid R/o Billawar and Mr. Sham Lal Gupta, retired Director Colleges, R/O Billawar will be non-official Members of the Board.

UP tops...
office over 1,750 child labourers had been identified by the department since December 1996. Slums and the condition of people living there is also one of the indicators of poverty. According to records, Varanasi has 227 slums, including 210 in the municipal limit of Varanasi Municipal Corporation and total population of these slums is about 4,53,222, which constitutes about 37.69% of the total population of the city. The report prepared under Jawaharlal Nehru Urban

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VIDHATA NAGAR, BATHINDI JAMMU MOB. 9906040059, 9697694347


BABY MARRIAGE BUREAU
1.Rajput Boy 81 b MBBS MD Govt.Job 59 2.Rajput Boy 81 b Dr Govt. Job 57 3.Rajput Boy 81 b BE Govt. Job 57 4.Rajput Girl 83 b MA BEd MEd. Govt Job 5.Rajput Girl 84 b MCA MBA Govt Job 54 6.Rajput Girl 83 b MSc MEd Lect Govt. Job

Special Tour Offer for Bhedarwah


4Behind Peer Baba, Gole Market,

Gandhi Nagar, Jammu

4Vidhata Nagar, Bathindi Jammu

Where success is the culture......

BANK

Spoken English & Grammar for 10th, 12th & Above


Improve Personality & communication Skills Home Tution for Spoken English also available

@ Rs.3999/100% Wri t te n Tes t Gu arant e e

CLERK

Any Class Anywhere Tutors Welcome Near Arora Book Centre

TUTOR
Lapzone

CONTACT:- 9858121622, 9796843803,9858871601 JOB JOB JOB


URGENT REQUIRED
Security Guards: Rs.5000-6000/Gunman: Rs.7000 Security Officer: Rs.8000

Add: Shop No. 120, Palace Road, Kachi Chawni, Jammu Mob:- 9796421406, 9086301625, 0191-2578112

Mr. Rahul Gupta

9697197378

BABY MARRIAGE BUREAU


Panama Chowk-Sale Tax Office Mob: 9419113728

See Improvement in just 30 Minutes Pay after Satisfaction 8th-12th


Fresh Batches Starts for State/ CBSE Boards

Fresh Batches Available

Fast Track & Short Term Courses for:

Address: 805/ A, Last Morh, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu (Near Life Scan N ursing Home) Contacts: 94197-06845, 97960-88402, 9906210331, 97967-19425
Study/Work With or Without IELTS

10th, 11th & 12th (Math & Science)

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Last Morh, Gandhi Nagar Parade, Near Geeta Bhawan, Jammu (Mob): 99062-00499

JK Study Circle
Contact: Xpert Consultancy
Pioneer in Hr. Education & Immigration abroad

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JK STUDY CIRCLE
9 BC Gandhi Nagar, Jammu Ph: 01912451349, 9419190629

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SSC (LDC)

Computer work at Home Part Time


Earn Rs.5000 to Rs.25,000 per month

PG HOUSE
HNo 320, Mohalla Old Rehari, Jammu Mob: 9018409927

9C/C, Gandhi Nagar(Opp. Medicare Nursing Home) JMU

Contact: BHOOMI Security (P) Ltd.

(M): 9858502080
A Govt. registered firm requires 57 M/F for management staff in Jammu and all Districts of J&K State. Note: Freshers can also apply. Qualification: 8th, 10th, 12th, Graduate, MBA and above (ayurvedic Doctors) Income: 8500 to 15500 PM (As per Co. rule) Come with biodata at MLCC 824-A last Morh Gandhi Nagar, Jammu Opp. Allen Cooper Showroom. (M) 9796020257, 9796256081

A multi brand Laptop Store

JOB JOB JOB

SANJOG WEDDING HUB


Divorce Sikh Girl 84 B, 5-2, B.A, Doing Pvt. Job. She belongs to respectable family of Jammu (Issueless).( No Intercaste Please)

Last Morh, Gandhi Nagar Prade, Near Geeta Bhawan, Jammu (Mob): 9 9 0 6 2 - 0 0 4 9 9

EASY FINANCE FOR GOVT. /PRIVATE EMPLOYEES SHOP NO 8, Near Fire Station Palace road Kachi Chawni - Jammu 9205-430004, 9419-787878

Jasmine Job Placement


17A/C, Gandhi Nagar PH: 8803041854, 9419797837 Required Hotel Staff
(5* & 3* in Jammu, Katra & Rajouri)

Choice: Govt. Job/Pvt. Job/ MNC Job.

AUSTRALIA/ CANADA SINGAPORE/ CYPRUS


Fee after VISA, Govt. Colleges 10th Pass can also apply...... 100% VISA guranteed

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NURSING
PHARMACY
LAW/ TOURISM
FAYAZ INT. EDU. POINT

\ SO NU \ HARDWARE STORE
Heavy Duty Water Works, Fitting, Induction Motors Engine, Atta Chakki, Oil Expaler Ball Bearing, Machinery,CromptonGreaves Pumps & Motors & Hardware Goods SHALAMAR ROAD, JAMMU CITY

MALIK HOME APPLIENCES


Authorised Dealer for
Onida,Hitachi,Godrej Whirlpool

94198-59199

PART TIME/ FULL TIME JOB


Computer work at home Online Golden earning opportunity with refundable plan*

Where success is the culture......

Spoken English & Grammar for 10th, 12th & Above


Improve Personality & communication Skills Home Tution for Spoken English also available

KINNGSWAY:9796871111

17 A/C-Gandhi Nagar Jammu.


9018830097, 9419042298

DO DIRECT
8th to 10th 10th to 12th from National Institue of Open School Address:- Near, Central Corporation Bank Prade, Jammu Above Archies Gallery

See Improvement in just 30 Minutes Pay after Satisfaction 8th-12th


Fresh Batches Starts for State/ CBSE Boards

Ph:0191-2578699, 94191-82407

Fast Track & Short Term Courses for:

Sachdava Traders
Deals in : Designer Suits/ Sarees/ Lehangas, Kurtis & Shawls.

Contact:- 01912549932, 8803599032

Address: 805/ A, Last Morh, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu (Near Life Scan N ursing Home) Contacts: 94197-06845, 97960-88402, 9906210331, 97967-19425

10th, 11th & 12th (Math & Science)

Jain Bazar, Jammu

Shonku Purani Pansari Ki Dukan

B.R.Mahajan & Sons

Fresh Arrivals
Mob: 9419187350

All Kinds of Pansari & Kryana Items. For Marriges and Hawans Samagari. Please contact Add: Janipur Colony Near Govt. high School Mob: 9419318696, 8803173738

A/C, Refrigerator, Microwave Oven, LCD, LED, all Dth services Also deals in Exide Batteries and Inveters.

Deals in

Cheif Cook, Captains,Stewards, House Keeping Staff, Front Office, Computer Operator

Tr i v e n d Event Management
MO: 9622041845, 9086139606

RUPALI JOB PLACEMENT (Regd.)

BULLA JEWELLERS
Exclusive Gold & Diamond Jewellery Showroom with designs, red stones & perls
246-A, Gandhi Nagar, Gole Market (Behind Peer Baba),JMU

Ph: 9086387847, 8803257263 (Jammu) 1999225010 (Ramban Gool) Email: rupalisec98@gmail.com Add: Jewel Chowk, Jammu

Condition apply*

Ph:01923-263457, 94191-04485

VIDHATA NAGAR, BATHINDI JAMMU MOB. 9906040059, 9697694347

A Govt. registered firm requires 57 M/F for management staff in Jammu and all Districts of J&K State. Note: Freshers can also apply. Qualification: 8th, 10th, 12th, Graduate, MBA and above (ayurvedic Doctors) Income: 8500 to 15500 PM (As per Co. rule) Come with biodata at MLCC 824-A last Morh Gandhi Nagar, Jammu Opp. Allen Cooper Showroom. (M) 9796020257, 9796256081

REQUIRED

MARRIAGE BUREAU 1.Sikh Girl Doing Ph.D. (1983). 2.Sikh Girl M.A., B.Ed, M.Ed (1981). 3.Sikh Girl Homely (1980). 4.Sikh Girl Doctor Govt. (1983). 5.Sikh Girl Lect. (1976). 6.Sikh Girl pvt . Job (1975). Contact : 9419645144, 8716076736 Address : H.No. 113/3, Vasant Vihar, Trikuta Nagar Jammu

SAMBANDH

Contact for Complete Health Insurance with Star Health


Address: Plot no- 76 Resham Ghar Colony, Jammu Contact : 9797632699

INSURANCE

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STUDENT AGE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013

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Aditya Mehtas dream run continues 300 is a normal target these days: Dhawan
NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: Aditya Mehta continued with fairytale run by getting past World No. 5 Stephen Maguire 4-3 in a thrilling semifinal contest of the 300,000 Indian Open snooker tournament and become the first-ever Indian cueist to book a berth in the final of a professional world ranking event. Mehta set up a title clash with fourth-ranked Chinese star Ding Junhui, who exhibited his class to outsmart World No. 73 Robbie Williams 4-1. The 27-year-old from Mumbai showcased another aspect of his ever-evolving game against an experienced campaigner like Maguire. First, he cruised to a 3-0 lead in no time, but faltered to allow the Scot to make stunning comeback. Mehta had the last laugh as he won the match 84 (42)-0, 137 (49, 81)-0, 132 (132)-0, 0-72 (68), 10-53 (48), 6-67 (61), 67 (32)-45. Mehta, who had lost to Maguire 4-3 after leading 3-2 in the recently held Ruhr Open in Germany, utilized the opportunity when his opponent missed a few chances in the opening frame. Two good breaks of 49 and 81 helped Mehta take quarterfinal battle to reach the last four. On the pro circuit, this was the first meeting of the two flag-bearers of Indian snooker. The over-cautious approach of both the cueists made the match an extremely dreary affair though. It stretched for four hours because two Indians were involved. My safety was good and thats why I could stop a player of Advanis caliber, said Mehta. The results: Semifinals: Ding Junhui bt Robbie Williams 41 [111 (68)-0, 90 (59)-11, 146 (142)-0, 0-87 (67), 76 (64)-28]; Aditya Mehta bt Stephen Maguire 4-3 [84 (42)-0, 137 (81, 49)-0, 132 (132)-0, 0-72 (68), 10-53 (48), 6-67 (61), 67 (32)-45]. Quarterfinals: Robbie Williams bt Anthony McGill 4-0 [79-0, 70-54, 107 (100)0, 75-26]; Ding Junhui bt Neil Robertson 4-2 [96 (72)4, 76 (52)-52, 0-86 (86), 0104 (104), 85 (85)-10, 91 (91)-0]; Stephen Maguire bt Michael White 4-3 [29-60, 90 (90)-22, 0-133 (133), 0125 (125), 78 (77)-0, 73 (73)23, 52-47]; Aditya Mehta bt Pankaj Advani 4-3 [29-70, 70 (45)-0, 68-82, 58-43, 65-24, 45-66, 72 (38)-0]. MOHALI, OCTOBER 18: Shikhar Dhawan was convinced all the way that India would chase 360 to win against Australia at Jaipur. From the time I walked out of the dressing room, I thought it was a gettable target. Captain (MS Dhoni) had asked us to play ball by ball. So thats what we did and just enjoy ourselves, said Dhawan on the eve of the third one-dayer here. Dhawan added, 300 is a normal target these days. It used to be a big score earlier on. 360 was still a big target. But we had an attitude that we can chase it. Because of our thinking and team effort we won. On the personal front, Dhawan noted, I have matured as a batsman and I value my wicket more. And I am hungrier. I am smiling more! I have started changing things in the nets. More

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Louis Saha roped in for IPL-style football league
NEW DELHI: Former Manchester United and France striker Louis Saha on Friday became the first big international star to be roped in for the much-anticipated IPL-style football league to be organised by IMGReliance early next year. Saha, who earned 20 caps for France between 2004 and 2012 and won two English Premier League titles and the 2007-08 UEFA Champions League, is the first marquee player revealed by IMG-Reliance for the January 18 to March 30, 2014 tournament. Louis Saha has confirmed his availability for the tournament and we have signed him, an IMG-Reliance source said. He is the first marquee player we can reveal now. The names of other seven marquee players will be announced in a few days, he said.

the next too. He followed it up with fine century clearance of 132 to dominate the proceedings without conceding a point. Bouncing back When Mehta looked set to grab the match without much trouble, he failed to achieve some gettable pots. Maguire, a smooth operator with strong tactical acumen, jumped to grab the chances and bounce back in style. With exquisite precision, he played some soft shots to claim the fourth. He prevailed in the tactical battles that followed in the next two and gave a befitting reply by pocketing three frames in a row. The suspense-filled decider was a top class duel with the two engaging in a fabulous exchange of safety

measures. Even though Mehta had an upper hand due to his early break of 32, Maguire was always on the lookout to overtake the Indian. At one stage, with three balls left on the table, Maguire needed to snook Mehta twice. The current Welsh Open champion and a former UK Championship winner succeeded to gather five points by forcing Mehta to commit a foul and closed the gap by five more points through a blue pot. However, Mehta held his nerve to take the pink and bring an end to 32-year-olds stiff resistance. On Thursday, Mehta, who had beaten Advani to win the 2012 Asian amateur snooker championship title in 2012, overcame compatriot Pankaj Advani 4-3 in a four-hour

focused and concentration is better. Australian captain George Bailey admitted it was tough on the bowlers. Its hard to know what motivates bowlers on these wickets. I think I would like to see a little bit more help for the bowlers if they bend their backs and a little bit for the spinners. But thats how it is around the world, different condi-

tions. It would be boring if every wicket was the same, it would be boring if every wicket was flat, it would be boring if every wicket helped pacers or spinners. On the pitch at Mohali, Bailey said, Looks like a little bit more grass here, I dont know if it will stay or go in the next 24 hours. There might be a little bit more life here than at the Jaipur wicket.

Time bowlers made their presence felt


MOHALI, OCTOBER 18: The caravan rolls on, one match after another, the setting almost the same, including the actors. The predictability factor of an Indian domination does not take away the sense of intrigue for the simple reason that Australia promises to claw its way back from the precipice. The Jaipur experience came with a few bitter lessons for Australia even as India took stock of its reserve strength. As of now, there is plenty to cheer about for Mahendra Singh Dhonis band of performers. It can be tough to maintain a routine, but not if winning becomes a habit. There are men wanting to make an impact in this season of hope. Players like Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have taken long to become an integral part of the team. Virat Kohli has grabbed his slot as a matter of right and stayed in that zone with consummate ease. Refreshing boost In fact, Kohli brings a refreshing boost to the middle order. He can excel in all conditions since he draws enormously from his self-belief. Trust this dashing stroke-player to back himself against the best, losing little time to get into his act, batting with authority, resembling a man in a hurry to finish his job. His aggression has an infectious bearing on the team, for he makes run-making look easy and enjoyable. The maturity that he brings to his batsmanship is a standout feature. Rohit, acknowledged by all for his precocious batting talent, is beginning to accept his role and responsibility. He has to put a value on his wicket, was former Test batsman Pravin Amres suggestion. Rohit has begun to put a value on his reputation too, the slackness now replaced by lazy elegance, a hallmark of class. Those sizzling drives at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium demonstrated his gift to pick the line and length earlier than any other batsman on view. True, Kohli breezed his way to a century, but Rohit played the defining innings of the contest. The Australians can draw solace from the fact that they were pulverised by three men who batted with amazing intensity at the same time and made a mockery of the stiff target. It was hard to contain Dhawan, Rohit and Kohli and the Aussies too gave up pretty early. Even 359 proved tough to defend and therein lay a message. Placid tracks The bowlers skills are being severely tested on placid tracks as the last two matches have shown, with close to seven runs being scored per over.

George Bailey backs his Oltmans to be named High bowlers despite Jaipur mauling Performance Director
MOHALI, OCTOBER 18: He still hasnt recovered from the shock of the mauling in Jaipur but Australia cricket captain George Bailey on Friday said he backs his bowlers to make a strong comeback against the Indians in the third onedayer in Mohali on Saturday. India pulled off the secondhighest run chase of all time to stun the tourists in the second ODI in Jaipur and make it 1-1 in the sevenmatch series. Bailey said he is still quite surprised at the way the Indians chased down a mammoth total of 362 the other night but he would back his bowlers. Personally, I like to back the group we have, the 31year-old right-hander told a pre-match press conference at the PCA stadium in Mohali. I want to give them chance that they can get on top of that Indian batting line-up, he added. Asked if he had spoken to his bowlers after the Jaipur debacle, Bailey replied, Am I surprised that they got 362 in 43 overs, yeah, absolutely mate, that was phenomenal. I am still surprised about that a couple NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: The Government of India will appoint Hockey Indias Director High Performance Roelant Oltmans as Chief Coordinator and High Performance Director for Indian Hockey. He is all set to be appointed till Rio Olympics 2016 keeping in view all the major events taking place in the next three years. This is the first time that the Government of India has engaged an individual in a High Performance role. Oltmans was firstly hired by Hockey India (HI) as Director High Performance in January this year as part of its plan to further professionalise the sport of hockey. As High Performance Director, Oltmans will be responsible for ensuring the long term strategy for senior, junior and sub-junior teams. In addition, Oltmans will put in place a professional coaching curriculum and program for the sport. HI Secretary General Narinder Batra said, We welcome the initiative taken by the Government of India in engaging Roelant Oltmans as High Performance Director. In the past eight months, Roelant has been working with our coaching and support staff of the Senior and Junior teams to support their efforts to win medals at the Junior Women World Cup, Asia Cup Men & Women, Sultan of Johar Cup and Junior Men World Cup. We are confident that this additional support from Government of India will assist us in achieving our objectives and bringing further laurels to the nation, he added. Oltmans said he was looking forward to improve the level of hockey in the country. I am happy to strengthen the contacts with the Sports Authority of India and look forward to work closely together to improve the sports level in India and hockey in particular. The past eight months has shown a lot of talented athletes in the country and I am confident that their level will increase by giving them the right support. We made a promising start and hopeful of getting better results in the future events. As a part of my new responsibilities, I will focus on the coaching development in the country. said Oltmans.Under Oltmans guidance, the Dutch team, who he coached for 14 years, won the gold medal at the Atlanta Olympics.

of days later, that was a phenomenal batting performance. Absolutely we spoke (after the Jaipur game) and we speak after every game whether we win or lose, we always go through and dissect and have a look at what we could do differently. This game (in Jaipur) is no different. Bailey lauded his teams batsmen and said their performance is a massive plus for the visitors. I certainly think we have batted quite well. I would never go as far as saying that we have got the measure of the bowlers. I think the wickets we have played on have been very very good batting wickets and it has been challenging for the bowlers on all of those pitches.

But this pitch gives hope to the bowlers. The curator, Daljit Singh, a batsmanwicketkeeper of repute, is known to support a fight. Expect a decent track with something for the bowler. Indeed, its time bowlers, Indians in particular, made their presence felt in the series. The home attack has been flayed for over 300 runs in succession. The other night, even in the delight of a nine-wicket victory, Mahendra Singh Dhoni made no secret of his displeasure over the lack of discipline by the pacers. Some ordinary fielding has also not missed the skippers watchful eyes. The Australian batting has little to worry about. Its top six batsmen look in good touch following half centuries at Jaipur. The Australian bowlers, despite the mauling at Jaipur, will be looking to get into the Indian middle-order early. After all, the midriff of Indian batting is yet to pass

a stiff test. The teams, with plenty to draw from, will surely come hard at each other. Overall, a fair contest will add to the flavour indeed! The teams (from): India: Mahendra Singh Dhoni (capt.), Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, R. Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, R. Vinay Kumar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ambati Rayudu, Mohammad Shami, Jaydev Unadkat and Amit Mishra. Australia: George Bailey (capt.), Shane Watson, Aaron Finch, Adam Voges, Glenn Maxwell, Callum Ferguson, Phil Hughes, James Faulkner, Moises Henriques, Brad Haddin, Xavier Doherty, Mitchell Johnson, Clint McKay and Nathan Coulter-Nile. Umpires: Richard Kettleborough and C. Shamsuddin; Third umpire: Anil Chaudhary. Match referee: Roshan Mahanama.

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unique to Indias context, where some independent vision and a birds eye view is required from policy framers. Undoubtedly, to build cyber infrastructure across the country would cost the exchequer a sizeable amount. But the cost is negligible compared to the investment required in building the tangible infrastructure of a traditional economy. Moreover, if we are successful in increasing broadband penetration, the improvement of skillsets for the beneficiaries will be a long-term sustainstructure in a country as vast as ours, but the prospects of returns for the investment are so alluring that the Government should give it a serious thought and consideration. In fact, this move, if implemented properly, will give India a chance to eclipse even China in terms of development and progress. If China has gone the traditional way of being a manufacturing hub, India can take a shorter and relatively inexpensive route to a holistically similar effect. In order to facilitate business, the Korean Government came out with Internet cafs called PC-bang with high-speed broadband connections. Despite most of the citizens having their own net connection, people still come to these cafs and treat these venues as social get-together hubs, of course, latently encouraging business and trade. Compare this to our cyber cafs, which are infamous for snail-paced Internet connections and shooting of MMS clips. It can be argued that over 30 per cent of our population is illiterate and cant be integrated into this system. However, a compartmental policy of training the literate population in using Internet and providing an alternative means of sustenance for the illiterate sections can solve the issue in the short run. In any case, the spread of Internet is bound to produce a cascading effect on other industries, as well as on education, healthcare, financial organisations and agriculture. Therefore, the left-outs of the cyber movement will find it easier to reap benefits offered by the knowledge economy even if they are outside of it. And then, as a long term solution, the marginalised lot can be slowly and prudently integrated to benefit from the broadband penetration process with the prospect of being both beneficiaries of the opportunities as well as benefactors for others. If the right to education seems fundamentally appropriate, then the right to Internet too should be formally put in place now in India.

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After former Coal Secretary PC Parakh's explosive comments on the role of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the coal block allocation irregularities, there is no way that the latter can get away with his trademark silence. Mr Parakh has raised pertinent issues, the most important being that the allegedly illegal allocation of blocks happened after the Prime Minister approved it on the files concerned. It may be argued that, finding himself in the dock, the former Coal Secretary is seeking to muddy the waters by dragging in Mr Singh's name. But that does not in any way blunt his observation that the Prime Minister should at the very least be named as one of the conspirators in the scam. While it is for the Central Bureau of Investigation which is probing the issue and the Supreme Court which is monitoring the inquiry to take a call on the matter, the Prime Minister should not escape investigation. Until now, the probe agency has been going after all and sundry including now one of the country's prominent industrialists except the person who took the final decision which led to the massive irregularities that the Comptroller and Auditor-General has exposed. As Coal Minister in the period when the blocks were allotted in a haphazard fashion, Mr Singh could have prevented the wrongdoing by overruling his Secretary and the various vested interests who had lobbied to get their way. That he did not, or could not, because of directions from some quarters, is apparent. The Prime Minister is not above the law and he must be subjected to an inquiry similar to what others who are said to be complicit in the irregularities, are undergoing. The First Information Report that the CBI has registered, says that Mr Parakh had initially denied coal blocks to an industrial group but he later did a U-turn and abused his position. On his part, the former Coal Secretary has naturally denied any wrongdoing, but added the caveat that if he had erred, the Prime Minister was to blame as well, since he approved it. Two questions arise here: What made the then Coal Secretary capitulate in July 2005? Why did the Prime Minister, who was then the Coal Minister too, not shoot down a proposal which was obviously flawed and not in accordance with the screening committee's observations? The CBI has gone to great lengths to elaborate on a meeting between the head of an industrial group and Mr Parakh, following which, the probe agency claims in the FIR, the latter recommended the allocation of certain coal blocks to the business house. But the investigation agency refuses to look beyond and strike at the root of the issue. That should not surprise anyone. From the start, the CBI has tried to make a hash of the matter, playing into the hands of the Congress-led UPA Government. It allowed an affidavit in the case to be vetted by then Union Minister for Law and Justice Ashwani Kumar, although it had no business doing so because it was answerable to the court and none else on the issue. It tried to obfuscate by dragging into the probe allocations made during the tenure of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA. All these efforts were to keep the incumbent Prime Minister out of the storm. But despite, or because of, these brazen tactics, Mr Singh's image has sunk to irretrievable levels.

HOW ABOUT A RIGHT TO INTERNET?


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The evolving knowledge economy is perhaps the second-most important economic milestone in the world after the industrial revolution. The platform of this knowledge economy is primarily based on Internet and Internet-based applications. This economy is the most appropriate indicator of globalisation and how people belonging to different nationalities, cultures and linguistics can be brought into a common domain with mutually beneficial experiences. Millions of people in India have built their careers based on Internet-related services and applications. Online transactions too have increased at the speed of light. The spread of knowledge, education, healthcare, banking and agriculture through Internet-based services has impacted millions across the nation. However, because of lower education and Internet penetration, the fruits of the Internet revolution are more pronounced in urban zones than the rural ones. After the telecom revolution, the next big thing waiting for India is the broadband revolution. The prospects for this are more exciting than the telecom revolution, as this has a potential to dramatically transform the socio-economic landscape of rural India. However, market forces are an impediment for private Internet service providers, especially the huge investment required to build a countrywide Internet Protocol network infrastructure. With the growth trajectory of broadband penetration still in its nascent stage, private companies are sceptical about the returns on their investment, especially in the backdrop of the economic doldrums the country is experiencing. Our policymakers, however, should have the vision to understand the potential that the rural market offers from the perspective of business as well as development of people. The penetration of broadband can bring in a paradigm shift to the entire economy by refocussing at least a chunk of the economy from the traditional brick and mortar model to a knowledge based structure. As per a World Bank study, every 10 per cent increase in broadband penetration increases the GDP by around 1.3 per cent to 1.4 per cent. Unfortunately, broadband penetration in India is at 10 per cent of the total Internet

As per a World Bank study, every 10 per cent increase in broadband penetration increases the GDP by around 1.3 per cent to 1.4 per cent. Unfortunately, broadband penetration in India is at 10 per cent of the total Internet user base
user base and one per cent of the total population. By increasing cyber knowledge and the skills associated with it, India actually can set an example to the developing world on how to progress amidst recessionary constraints. The integration of the rural economy with technology can bring forth an economic miracle at a level experienced in Japan and China. Indias economic dynamics makes it difficult to register a high magnitude growth at a depressing time like this. Moreover, to jumpstart the economy, the kind of federal investment required in building sufficient infrastructure is unaffordable to our Government or can take an inordinately long time to accomplish. An alternative route is to bypass the impediments lying with the traditional form of the economy. The path to this solution must be able empowerment of the masses in terms of their economic, financial and social standing. By integrating the population with high-speed broadband usage, their economic benefits can be enhanced not only in their immediate geographical location or even within the country, but also across nations and geographical landscapes. Today, across the globe, a broadband connection is more of a necessity than a luxury. Comprehending the same, Finland in 2010 passed a law making broadband a legal right for their citizens allowing every citizen to have a one-megabit broadband connection to start with, which would gradually be increased to one gigabit connections. Indias rise as an information technology giant is primarily through the industrys integration with the global economy. Our Government has to build this network infra-

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It is the very last two per cent of Indians that entertain any tolerance for having criminals hold Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and State Legislative Assembly seats in India, according to a national survey by global online campaign network Avaaz.org. But the Congress-led UPA Government seems incapable of sensing these sentiments. As of August 2013, out of a total of 4,807 sitting Members of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies, 30 per cent had declared criminal cases against themselves and that includes 14 per cent with serious criminal cases according to data with the Election Commission of India since 2004. It was made publicly available by the poll panel recently. Ordinary citizens expect convicts to be behind bars, but convicts are governing the citizens in India. Yet, when the Supreme Court tried to remedy the situation on July 10 by striking down Section 8(4) of the Representation of the People Act as ultra vires, with the effect that conviction will put in motion disqualification of a politician from contesting elections or holding office, the UPA was up in arms. The BJP had deemed as unconstitutional and immoral an amendment Bill which the Government had brought before Parliament. Because of the BJPs objection, the Government had to refer the Bill to the Standing Committee for an open debate. Committee. Ipse dixit, there cannot be a pressing urgency or need for immediate action that compelled the UPA to bring an ordinance. The answer was obvious. The ordinance was being rushed through with great haste to have it in place before the impending conviction of Lalu Prasad and

AN UNFORGETTABLE VICTORY

Regardless of the end result of the seven-match oneday international series that India is playing against Australia, the former's victory in the second match on Wednesday will stand out as among the most scintillating run chases of all time. It took just three batsmen to race past a formidable total of 359 that Australia had piled up, and with 39 balls and nine wickets to spare. The victory demonstrates the power of positive thinking and teamwork. At no point in their innings did the Indian batsmen let the huge total to psychological hamper their determination. They combined aggression with care and clinically demolished the Australian bowling. Such was the approach that the rival bowlers, who energetically took the field after their batsmen had given them a terrific score to defend, and who had all but believed that they had the game in their bag (who can blame them for that initial optimism!), soon realised how wrong they were. Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli had other plans.The first two provided a blistering start to the run chase, with Sharma playing the sensible anchor and Dhawan ripping apart the bowling. By the time Dhawan fell just five short of his century, the Indians had crossed the half-way mark to victory. Kohli took over from where the departed batsman had left, letting loose a volley of boundaries, some majestically over the ropes. Sharma did his bit, punishing the bad ball but essentially make sure that stability was maintained at the other end. It appeared as though the three top order batsmen had conspired to teach the Australians a lesson they will never forget. While it may be true that the bowling attack of the visitors was less than inspiring on this day and the pitch rather friendly to batsmen, 359 is not a small total to reach in 50 overs even in the most ideal conditions. There are just about two instances of 350plus chases in ODI cricket and, interestingly, both feature Australia as the losing side. With a third now added to their kitty, the Australians must be wondering what they are doing wrong to deserve such fate. While the Indian side has every reason to be happy at the stupendous achievement, it must not allow the euphoria to distract from the coming challenges. One lesson that the players will have learnt is that it pays to be aggressive. Caution is a virtue, as Sharma showed with his carefully-crafted and unbeaten 141, but over-caution kills. The Indian batting took risks that had to be taken. Dhawan was dropped once, and on another occasion he just managed to push his bat into the crease before the wicket-keeper ripped the bails off. The other lesson that the Indian side will have understood is that its bowling attack needs to be toned up. Since bowlers will not always get friendly pitches, they must adapt and contain the rival side. Especially when it is not often that our batsmen can chase a 350-plus total with the ease of a Tendulkar cover drive.

A clean election process that bars people with criminal charges against them from contesting, is important to ensure good governance. Elections are not only about who wins and loses, but also about the quality of governance that the people get
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Dear Editor, This is in response to Shuddhabrata Senguptas Indian nations selective outrage and silence (KT, Oct 15). The author has very rightly pointed out how the mainstream media led by corporate motives chooses to stay silent over something as outrageous as this, that how the space that could be used for conscience building is used to instill consumerism through events like IPL. Even though more than 70% of the Indian people are still dependent on agriculture, still the news about rural India and functioning of the schemes there like NREGA, PDS etc. do not even cover 30% of that space ? The mainstream media remains mainstream because certain issues and events have made been made the conscience of the nation through proper propaganda, while issues of caste, class, gender , structural violence by state etc. never find a place in this stupid media. The second issue highlighted by the author is the travesty of justice in killing of 58 people in Laxmanpur Bathe. Justice for the marginalized was one of the promises of the Constitutional Republic of India, and clearly, now that the nation are more concerned about a retiring cricketer than a gross miscarriage of justice, these promises are all fake. It is shocking that in a democratic country, there was such a huge miscarriage of justice which is not only against the ethos of humanity but also against the essence of the constitution of this country. Still the media choose to neglect it and precisely because it was not as catchy and TRP gainer event as compared to Sachins retirement. It is the inherent problem of Indian society that its members identify nationalism with cricket and other things which places India on the world stage but chooses to forget or repress those incidents which are shameful and indicates that this

country is not as great as we assume it to be. Yours faithfully, Manish Kumar, Jammu

REVOKE AFSPA

Dear Editor, Rhetoric of security of nation can no longer be used in defence of the worst human rights violation act called, AFSPA. No country which is democratic and is committed human rights protection would have an act like AFSPA which allows the army to go for human hunting spree. If we want to boast about ourselves as true democracy, then India has to get rid of this horrendous act. AFSPA has been an effective repressive instrument of the State against political dissentism specifically applied to the North-east and Jammu and Kashmir. Reports of Justice Jeevan Reddy Committee and second administrative reforms commission spoke aloud of the repressive character of the law in question. Largest democracy and AFSPA put together in the same line is one of the finest contradictions we ever know. But AFSPA is not the problem, it is only a symptom of a malaise, a character of the state in existence. Repealed AFSPA but its provisions incorporated in Unlawful Activities Prevention Act 1967 (as Jeevan Reddy committee report recommended) is of no sense. The nature of the State is the real problem. India is yet to introduce democracy in the North-east and Jammu and Kashmir. Space for dissenting engagements in these states is being crippled day by day as the elitist character of government becomes clear with each day. Media is playing a crucial role in disseminating information which only furthers the interests of the ruling elite. As Ambedkar stated, Democracy in India is only a top dressing on an Indian soil which is essentially undemocratic. Yours faithfully, Sultan Mohd., Baramulla.

win. 1,460 of the 4,807 representatives elected to the Lok Sabha in 2009 and State Assemblies since 2008 have declared criminal cases against them. Therefore, a large percentage of candidates with serious criminal charges actually win the elections. This should cause for concern for all those who are agitating for the countrys politics to be decriminalised. We cannot just sit idle and allow the trend to continue. So the full picture is that, on an average, there were 0.22 IPC Sections for serious crimes against a candidate, while there were 0.55 against winners. In every type of case, the percentage amongst winners is much more. The Cabinet maintains that most cases against their own are trivial, though figures available point out otherwise. In addition, we find that several cases drag on for years. Over 3,450 candidates had contested the elections more than once. Of them, there were 849 with a criminal record the first time they contested, and 631 who had a criminal case the second time they contested. About 474 of them had the same cases pending against them for at least four years. This means that a person with serious cases against him can complete the term of an Assembly or Lok Sabha before the cases are disposed of. The need for barring such candidates becomes even stronger since they have had ample time to get their names cleared from courts. The ordinance was fated for burial since its inception. It was a last-ditch effort by the UPA Government and the Congress to save their potential allies against the mood of the country. When the BJP vehemently objected and the President seemed to appreciate the BJPs objections and summoned three UPA Ministers for clarification, a new strategy was devised. The UPA buried the ordinance in an orchestrated high drama, claiming the U-turn was brought about by Congress scion Rahul Gandhis apparently scathing review of it. I do not think anybody buys this pathetic argument of the UPA that it was the vice president of the Congress and his unparliamentary lashing and humiliation of the Prime Minister and the countrys institutions that led to the regime abandoning its ordinance. On the contrary, the UPA grabbed this opportunity to help the young Gandhis non-existent political fortunes. The scams that have surfaced under the UPA regime are grossly bigger than the budget of any developed country. In the 2G Spectrum scam, in 2008, the public exchequer reportedly lost Rs 1.76 lakh crore; the 2010 Commonwealth Games scam caused a whopping Rs 70,000 crore hole in the exchequers pocket. Then theres the Adarsh scam from 2010, the Rs 3,600 Italian chopper deal and the Rs 1.85 lakh crore Coalgate itself. Governance will suffer, no matter who wins, because everyone has ended up investing huge sums. A clean election process is important to ensure good governance, even if it has no impact on the final outcome. Elections are not only about who wins but also about the quality of governance we get.

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NATIONAL

NAGPUR, OCTOBER 18: At the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) headquarters in Mahal, the second floor is home to a museum. Images of past Sarsanghchalaks, photos of pracharaks who set up Sangh units in various States, and the various gifts and citations received by the organisation in its 88-year history adorn the walls. Sadanand Shirdale is looking around, absorbing the past of his organisation. As we sit for a cup of tea on the ground floor of the HQ, the former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Pune district, secretary says Narendra Modi will change the system. When asked to elaborate, he says the current system is geared to benefit the so-called minorities. Appeasement will end when we come to power. In Gujarat, there is no Muslim MLA. That is how it should be. And how would Muslims react if such a system was replicated? Mr. Shirdale replied, They cant all go to Pakistan. They should also develop. But the key question is they should be loyal to India, not another country. The direct insinuation that the primary loyalty of minorities is not to India; the suggestion that the government works only for them to protect vote-banks; and the subtle hint that Hindus, despite being a majority, suffer in India, is the overwhelming strain in the RSS narrative at present. From the Sarsanghchalak in his Dussehra speech, to workers in and around Muzaffarnagar as riots spread, the refrain is the same. Manmohan Vaidya is the RSS

RSS plays on majority-as-victim card

Parakh did not explain reversal on Hindalco allotment decision: CBI


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: Former Coal Secretary P.C. Parakh has failed to explain the reasons for allotting coal block to Hindalco after rejecting it earlier, CBI claimed on Friday amid indications that the agency will register fresh cases soon in connection with Coalgate. The agency, which is probing the entire gamut of coal block allocation from 1993 onwards, is expected to register more cases before October 29 when it would be submitting its status report before the Supreme Court. After registering 14 FIRs, the CBI is still probing three preliminary enquiries for allocation of coal blocks between 1993-2004, 2006-09 and awarding of contracts for formation of joint ventures by government companies under the Government Dispensation Category from 1993 onwards. Highly placed sources in the agency said that Mr. Parakh was examined before registering a case against Hindalco during which he was asked about the reasons for reversing the decision to reject the companys application. The sources claimed that Mr. Parakh could not explain under what circumstances he changed his own considered view and allowed Hindalco to get a pie in Talabira II and III coal blocks in Odisha which were allocated to PSUs Mahanadi Coalfields

media relations in-charge. He narrates a list of policies and actions of the Centre, which are categorised as instances of appeasement. Why did the Home Minister write a letter on innocent Muslims? Look at the reactions of Congress leaders to Batla House and Azamgarh. Despite the Constitution prohibiting reservations on religious lines, they are trying to introduce it. They are giving salaries to Imams. In Kerala, Islamic banks are being opened. The Communal Violence Bill is anti-Hindu. How can it be said that they have first rights over national resources? Mr. Vaidya continues his complaints, and claims that schemes introduced after the Sachar committee recommendations are

dividing people. He then narrates a story. Imagine two girls in a village. A Muslim girl gets a cycle, but the Hindu girl does not get it. She asks her mother, who explains that she is not entitled to it because she is not a Muslim. After a dramatic pause, he continues, The daughter asks her mother if that is the case, why they cannot become Muslims? The mother is shocked, and sells her jewellery to buy a cycle. Campaign It is with stories like these, and grievances articulated to project a narrative of how Hindus are getting a raw deal, that Sangh pracharaks and BJP workers will set out to convince voters in the run-up to 2014. Party workers say candidly that it does not matter whether Mr. Modi raises it from a

public platform the message on the ground is spreading. A senior BJP leader in the city told The Hindu, Look we know we wont get Muslim votes. The calculation is Muslims will consolidate by an additional two or three percent to counter Modi. But there will be Hindu consolidation with upper castes and OBCs coming together. This will happen, he said, because they will be united by the anger and suffocation against government policies towards minorities. It is precisely to create and channel this anger that the Sangh has returned to the plank which helped spread the Hindutva political project in the 80s and early 90s the theme of pseudo-secularism and appeasement.

and Neyveli Lignite and hence his name was included in the FIR. Mr. Parakh has held that there was nothing wrong with the decision as Hindalco was the first applicant and equally competent to get the coal block. The former bureaucrat, who has been praised by the CAG as whistleblower, had, however, contended that ... if there is a conspiracy, then there are different members in this conspiracy. There is K M Birla who made the representation, he is one conspirator. I, who examined the case and made a recommendation, I can be another conspirator and the Prime Minister,

who as the Coal Minister, took the final decision is the third conspirator. CBI has alleged in its FIR that after rejection of Hindalcos plea in 2005, Birla wrote two letters and held a personal meeting with Parakh, after which the decision was reversed. They said FIR has named Mr. Parakh and Aditya Birla group chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla because it was a case of alleged misuse of official position. The sources said if no malafide is found during the probe, the case would be closed and Supreme Court would be informed about it.

Asaram admits he knows rape survivor


AHMEDABAD: Asaram Bapu, currently in police custody on charges of raping a girl between 2001 and 2007, was questioned on Thursday in the presence of the victim at the state ATS office on SG Road. He confessed that he knew the complainant but denied that he had raped her. Police claim that the questioning was fruitful as they got the names of 18 persons also suspected to be involved in the case. According to officials of the probe team, Rupal (name changed), the 33-year-old survivor, was brought to the SIT office in the morning during the godman's questioning. Asaram was initially shocked to see her but soon regained his composure to refute all charges. "The preliminary questioning continued for 45 minutes during which questions such as whether he knew her, if yes for how long, where he had met her, and so on were asked. When asked whether he had met her at his kutir near Motea Ashram, he answered in the affirmative but stated that he wanted to help her become a proficient religious speaker and had met her afterwards on several occasions. He intended to give her mantra diksha to be initiated in his ashram," said an official. Police officials also asked him whether the ashram's pharmacy produces any aphrodisiacs but Asaram denied this allegation. Officials said the presence of the survivor helped them verify some of the godman's earlier answers. Meanwhile, police have increased security at Motera Ashram as hundreds of sadhaks and devotees started gathering there on Thursday ahead of Sharad Purnima celebrations on Friday. After rumours that the investigators would bring Asaram to his kutir for identification of the alleged rape spot, many devotees had camped there to stage a protest.

BJP slams Digvijays remark on Gujarat development Chopper deal: CBI seeks details on middlemans custody in Italy
NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: The BJP on Friday countered Congress leader Digvijay Singhs charge that Gujarat has the highest per capita debt burden, saying more than the borrowing figures the manner in which the funds are used matters. It also alleged that Congress ruled states have lagged due to graft. The borrowing figures are not important. What matters is how the money has been put to use. Maharashtra and other Congress governments are heavily indebted but do not achieve development targets as they are neck-deep in corruption, BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said. He was reacting to the Congress General Secretarys remark that Gujarat has one of the highest debt liabilities. In Gujarat, the per capital debt is highest in the country. This means that every Gujarat citizen is under highest debt, this the figures confirm, Mr. Singh had said. On Twitter, the Congress leader also said, Gujarat Model of Development must come in public domain. BJP defended its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi by claiming that Gujarat has showcased how to utilise the borrowings to the betterment of society and development. That is why Gujarat is the only state which has shown 8 per cent plus GDP growth for the last 12 years and double digit agriculture growth in the same period, Mr. Javadekar said. He pointed out that in Maharashtra, Rs. 70,000 crore were spent on irrigation but it became a massive scam. Due to this, farmers continue to commit suicide in Maharashtra. By borrowing, Gujarat government has provided irrigation and minor irrigation. That is why farmers in Gujarat are flourishing, he said. BJP maintained that Mr. Singhs comments are a mark of desperation and frustration in the Congress. He should understand the reality, Mr. Javadekar said. NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: CBI has sent a letter to the Indian embassy in Italy seeking details on the arrest of Guido Ralph Haschke, the alleged middleman in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal, by Swiss authorities. The arrest was made in Switzerland yesterday on the request of Italian authorities probing allegations of bribery in the contract for 12 VVIP helicopters. Haschke, who is among 13 accused booked by CBI in connection with the corruption case, will be extradited to Italy next week. Highly placed CBI sources said the letter has been sent to the Indian embassy seeking details on his custody and the ongoing probe. The agency will also be sending a judicial request to Italy for detailed information on the statements given by the accused who are in the custody of the authorities there. They said after getting the statements, the agency would explore the option of seeking extradition of all the accused who are in the custody of Italian authorities. However, at the moment, there is no such move, they said. The helicopter contract is under probe of Italian and Indian agencies for alleged kickbacks paid to Indian officials including former IAF chief S P Tyagi to clinch the deal. Mr. Tyagi has denied allegations of any kickbacks. Swiss-American Haschke is one of the 13 accused named in the FIR filed by CBI which is probing the bribery allegations in the deal. Guido Haschke and Carlo Gerosa (both alleged middlemen) managed to send 5.6 million euros through Mohali-based IDS Infotech and Chandigarh-based Aeromatrix Info Solutions Private Ltd to India and kept the remaining amount of about 24.30 million euros received from AgustaWestland with themselves in the account of IDS Tunisia, according to the CBI FIR in the case.

Goodwin unsung stenographer Naveen defends letter on Hindalco of Swami Vivekananda


Since 1893, he started jotting down the lectures and preachings and presented to the public in print form. Goodwin accompanied Vivekananda for six months from January to June, 1897 during the famous tour of Colombo to Almorah. Aged about 27 then, Goodwin was instrumental in bringing 17 lectures and preachings, all fast and extempore, given by the Swamiji to the world, according to functionaries in the Ramakrishna Seva Sangh in Udhagamandalam and Coimbatore. Goodwin, who had accompanied Vivekananda to then Ooty (Udhagamandalam) in May 1898, fell sick and died on June 2 (Vivekananda was in Almora then) and was buried in the cemetery attached to St. Thomas Church in the town, they said. It is Josiah who brought the history and preachings of Swami Vivekananda, giving them the immortality, the status and popularity across the world, Ramakrishna Seva Sangh Joint Secretary C Thangavel said. He regrets that Goodwins role has been neglected at a time when the 150th birth anniversary was being celebrated. Considering the contribution of Goodwin, the Government, as a tribute, should at least come forward and maintain his memorial and declare it as a historic monument, he said. The government should also take steps to preserve as a monument the Kaveri House in Udhagamandalam, where Josiah stayed, Sivadas of Vivekananda Youth Welfare Association said. The house is in the possession of a private party, they said.

Engineering student found dead on railway track in Chennai


CHENNAI: A 21-year-old engineering student was found dead near Potheri railway station on Thursday morning. Ankur Mahendroo, 21, a BE student at the SRM University, went out on Thursday morning after informing his friends at the college hostel. But when he didn't return, his friends went in search of him and found his body on the track. They informed the Potheri station master who alerted the government railway police (GRP) in Tambaram. A GRP team from Tambaram recovered the dead body and sent it to the Chromepet Government Hospital for postmortem. Police said the student might have been fatally knocked down by an express train. On being informed, Mahendroo's parents came to Chennai from Lucknow to receive his body. His father, Praveen Kumar Mahendroo, works as an assistant manager at Bank of India in Lucknow.

Debt-ridden family in Perambur attempts suicide

CHENNAI: A three-member family allegedly attempted suicide at their home in Perambur on Friday due mounting debts. Police said Gloria, 54, her son Dominic, 29, and daughter Nancy, 22, of Srinivasan Street, Perambur, initially consumed sleeping pills and later injured themselves by using a blade. Nancy, who was unable to bear the pain, informed her uncle over the phone. He came to their rescue and admitted them at Government Stanley Hospital. Their condition is said to be stable. Police said the family had borrowed Rs 5 lakh from Saravanan of Kolathur three years ago but were unable to pay the money. They borrowed money from various sources and the debt mounted to over Rs 21 lakh.

As the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda is being celebrated, many are not even aware of his stenographer Josiah Goodwin, who played a key role in immortalising his lectures and preachings. Goodwin, a young journalist

from England who migrated to USA and followed Vivekananda to Kolkata after being impressed by his famous Chicago speech in 1893, lies buried in a cemetery in this hill resort town where he fell sick during a visit with the Swami.

B H U B A N E S WA R , OCTOBER 18: Amid raging controversy over allotment of coal blocks and the CBI investigation into the matter, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday said he had committed no wrong in requesting the Prime Minister to consider a proposal from Hindalco for allocation of a coal block in the State.

Mr. Patnaik said he wrote a letter to the Prime Minister in August 2005, indicating Hindalcos request for the Talabira II coal block in the Ib valley of Jharsuguda district be examined, keeping the best interests of the State in mind. The State government has all along held that priority be given to units adding more value in our State, he said in a statement.

Did work pressure spur Chennai techie's suicide?

BP chief executive, Ambani meet Moily


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: BP Plc Chief Executive Bob Dudley and Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani today met Oil Minister M. Veerappa Moily to voice concerns over being penalised twice for gas output from their KG-D6 fields not matching targets. Mr. Dudley, whose company last year made the largest foreign direct investment in the oil sector, followed it up with a meeting with Finance Minister P. Chidambaram. Mr. Ambani was not present when Mr. Dudley met Mr. Chidambaram. Mr. Moily said issues surrounding KG-D6 were discussed, while Mr. Dudley emphasised that his company was committed to staying invested in the country despite regulatory uncertainties. Mr. Dudleys third visit to India this year comes at a time when the Oil Ministry, at the insistence of Finance Ministry, is seeking to deny his company and its partner RIL a new gas price for producing less natural gas than projected. This punishment is on top of USD 1.8 billion penalty that is already being imposed on them. Also, the Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) is seeking to strip them off 8 gas discoveries holding 1.15

CBI begins inquiry into Khemkas complaint on seed supply


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: CBI has started a preliminary enquiry on a complaint by whistleblower IAS Ashok Khemka alleging irregularities in the supply of wheat seeds to Haryana Seed Development Corporation (HSDC) by NAFED and NCCF. Mr. Khemka, who was posted as Managing Director of HSDC between July 18, 2012 to March 4, 2013, had given a report to CBI seeking registration of a case against officials of National Cooperative Consumers Federation (NCCF) and National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation (NAFED) for selling seeds at inflated prices to HSDC. CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry to probe into the alleged irregularities in the purchase of wheat seeds in HSDC on the complaint of the then MD of HSDC. The allegations are that NCCF and NAFED supplied seeds at higher rates to HSDC causing loss to the exchquer, CBI spokesperson Kanchan Prasad said in a statement. It is alleged that HSDC wanted to purchase nearly 10,000 tonnes of wheat seeds from private suppliers in case cooperative agencies NCCF and NAFED did not have enough stocks with them. Despite the non-availability of seeds, both the cooperative agencies allegedly offered to supply the seeds after which HSDC did not approach private suppliers. These societies allegedly sourced untreated wheat seeds from middlemen who have got it from private companies and supplied them to HSDC at over Rs. 2000 per quintal whereas if the Corporation had purchased directly from private players it would have cost it Rs. 1600 per quintal, Mr. Khemka, a 1991-batch IAS officer, had alleged. The purchase of 10,000 tonnes of seeds, which was to be supplied to farmers on subsidised rates under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana, at inflated prices resulted in loss of Rs. 5 crore to the exchquer, Mr. Khemkas complaint had said.

CHENNAI: P Reshma, the 24-year-old software engineer who jumped to her death from the 10th floor of an IT park in Taramani on Wednesday night, apparently told her parents that she was depressed due to the hectic work pressure. The native of Aluva in Kerala joined Visual Graphics Computing Services India Private Ltd at Ascendas IT Park as request receiver in September last after completing her studies in Bangalore. The youngest daughter of Pushparakaran and Rejini of Aluva, Reshma stayed in a women's hostel in Velachery. "She spoke to us a day before she committed suicide and complained of work pressure," her brother Randeep said. Family members said they asked her to return if she was not satisfied with the job, but said she wanted to stay back as she dreamt of being employed. A colleague told police that she cried almost every night complaining of suicidal tendencies. The Taramani police said Reshma left behind four different suicide notes to her parents, brother and sister Remitha claiming that nobody was responsible for her death and she didn't want to live anymore as she was lonely.

trillion cubic feet of reserves worth USD 14 billion from their eastern offshore KG D6 block.

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INTERNATIONAL & ECONOMY

WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 18: The director of the US National Security Agency (NSA) will leave the post in March, White House spokesman Jay Carney confirmed on Thursday. General Keith Alexander, who in addition to heading the NSA also heads US Cyber Command, on Thursday made public his decision to leave the NSA. Mr. Alexander has been director of the agency since 2005 and is its longest-serving head. Hes been head of the US Cyber Command since 2010. General Alexander has served an extraordinary tenure and capably led these agencies through critical periods of growth and transition, Mr. Carney said. Mr. Alexander spoke to President Barack Obama a few weeks ago about his plans to retire, he added. The spokesman also denied

US security agencys director to step down


that Mr. Alexanders resignation had anything to do with the pace of reform at the agency or Mr. Obamas demand for transparency at the NSA. Mr. Carney also responded to a newspaper report saying NSA created a secret unit with the CIA to pinpoint and kill particularly hard-to-find terrorism targets. The agency is a foreign intelligence agency focused on discovering and developing intelligence about valid foreign intelligence targets, including terrorists. Its activities are directed against these valid foreign intelligence targets in response to requirements from US leaders in order to protect the nation and its interests from threats such as terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, he said.

7 China's economic growth rebounds to 7.8%

The Washington Post reported on the secret unit on Thursday, saying documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden were the source of the information. The Post revealed the extent to which the NSA is involved in the governments drone strike pro-

gramme. The joint NSA-CIA unit, known as the CounterTerrorism Mission Aligned Cell, has been involved in the killing of more than 3,000 people in Pakistan, including thousands of alleged militants, reported the Post.

NSA surveillance supported drone strikes, says repor


WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 18: This week the continuing exposs on the U.S. National Security Agencys covert surveillance programmes raised alarm among civil liberties groups and human rights advocates when a report suggested that the Agency is extensively involved in President Barack Obamas targeted killing programme using drone strikes. Citing documents made available by whistleblower Edward Snowden, a report in the Washington Post on Thursday said it was the NSAs eavesdropping on e-mails that led to the killing of Hassan Ghul, an al-Qaeda associate who provided a critical piece of intelligence that helped the CIA find Osama bin Laden, in a drone strike in Pakistans tribal belt in October 2012. The NSA trawls through millions of innocuous e-mails such as those sent every day by spouses with updates on the situation at home, and it was in one such email that the agency came across intelligence on Ghul, the Post report said. The e-mail from Ghuls wife about her current living conditions was said to contain a sufficient level of detail to confirm the coordinates of their household, according to a document summarising the mission, and This information enabled a capture/kill operation against an individual believed to be Hassan Ghul on October 1. While the U.S. Congress has grilled the intelligence community including Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and NSA chief Keith Alexander on several occasions since Mr. Snowdens revelations, the continuing ambiguity on guidelines followed by the NSA in principle supplied by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court has caused consternation among civil liberties groups. In comments made to The Hindu, Hina Shamsi, National Security Project Director at the American Civil Liberties Union, said the Posts report underscored how little we know about both the CIAs targeted killing programme and the uses for information collected by the NSA. Ms. Shamsi added that it was impossible for the public to evaluate the rules that the government had set up for itself if it insisted on keeping virtually every aspect of them hidden. One thing we do know from credible media reports is that the targeted killing programme has killed thousands of people, including many hundreds of civilian bystanders, yet there has been virtually no transparency about who has been killed, why, and under what rules, she said.

Afghan insurgents attack foreign compound


KABUL, OCTOBER 18: Insurgents detonated a car bomb Friday and then attacked a heavily fortified private residential compound used by hundreds of foreigners on the outskirts of Kabul. Police had no initial reports on any casualties from the attack. Small arms fire could be heard for about an hour after the initial blast. An Associated Press reporter there saw fire trucks move to extinguish a blaze started by the blast. Police officer Mohammad Aslan said the assault started at dusk when a car exploded near the gate of the compound, known as the Green Village. The camp houses contractors from various countries, European diplomatic personnel and United Nations employees. It is located on the main highway connecting Kabul to the eastern city of Jalalabad and is surrounded by layers of blast walls and has dozens of armed guards. Green Village was last attacked by a suicide car bomber and armed attackers on May 2, 2012, and a number of Afghan guards were killed.

BEIJING, OCTOBER 18: Chinas economic growth rebounded to 7.8 per cent in the latest quarter after a boost in government spending to reverse a sharp downturn. The data reported on Friday should ease pressure on communist leaders for new stimulus measures to prevent politically dangerous job losses. That would allow them to focus on what they say is their priority of longer-term reforms aimed at making Chinas economy more efficient and productive. Growth of the worlds second-largest economy accelerated from the previous quarters two-decade low of 7.5 per cent, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. In the third quarter, the economy has seen some positive signs, said a bureau spokesman, Sheng Laiyun, at a news conference. Communist leaders want to steer Chinas economy to a slower, more sustainable level based on domestic consumption instead of exports and investment. The unexpectedly abrupt decline in global demand for Chinese goods prompted Beijing to reverse course temporarily and take targeted steps to prop up growth and avoid job losses. Analysts have warned that the rebound might not last because growth is being sup-

ported by government spending. Global demand is weak and Chinese consumer spending is growing more slowly than Beijing wants. Factory output in the three months ended September rose 10.1 per cent from a year earlier, up 1 percentage point from the growth rate in the first half of the year, the

bureau spokesman said. Growth in investment in factories and other fixed assets edged up, growing 20.2 percent in the first three quarters of the year, compared with 20.1 per cent for the first half, the data showed. Retail sales also accelerated but only marginally, rising by 12.9 per cent in the first three quarters.

VVIP chopper deal: Extradition of arrested middleman could be delayed


MILAN, OCTOBER 18: The extradition of Guido Haschke (63), the Swiss middleman arrested in Switzerland on Thursday on charges of bribery and corruption in the 560-million VVIP helicopter deal with India could be delayed. Sources close to the AgustaWestland/Finmeccanica investigation and trial in Busto Arsizio near Milan in northern Italy told The Hindu that according to information received by Italian authorities, Mr. Haschke had decided to appeal against the Swiss Federal Courts decision to extradite him. Sources in Busto indicated that if extradition proceedings succeed, Mr. Haschke would be produced in court as a key witness in the trial of former AgustaWestland Managing Director Bruno Spagniolini and Giuseppe Orsi, the CEO of its mother company, the Italian armaments giant Finmeccanica. Their trial opened in Busto Arsizio, an industrial suburb of Milan, in June 2013. Italian authorities decided to go ahead with the trial of Mr. Orsi and Mr. Spagnolini without waiting for the arrest of the other middlemen, since that would mean long delays in the trial because of lengthy extradition proceedings. Mr. Haschke is one of three middlemen the other two are Christian Michel and Carlo Gerosa holding Swiss, American and Italian passports who allegedly conspired with Indias former Air Chief, S.P.Tyagi, his cousins Sanjeev (Julie), Rajeev (Docsa). and Sandeep Tyagi among others, to pay out commissions of 56 million so that AgustaWestland/Finmeccanica could win the VVIP helicopter contract. Italian sources contend that the CBI has been reluctant and slow to act despite receiving ample evidence of wrongdoing. This includes bank statements, wire tapped conversations, bills and other documentation 1,10,000 pages in all contained in 4 CD-ROMs. Now, the CBI has filed an FIR citing 13 persons including the Tyagi brothers. Guido Haschke and Carlo Gerosa (both alleged middlemen) managed to send 5.6 million through Mohali-based IDS Infotech and Chandigarhbased Aeromatrix Info Solutions Private Ltd to India and kept the remaining amount of about 24.30 million received from AgustaWestland with themselves in the account of IDS Tunisia," the CBIs First Information Report states. In several press releases issued in recent weeks AgustaWestland has vigorously denied any wrong doing and declared it was going into arbitration to challenge Indias decision to suspend the delivery of the 9 remaining helicopters, ground the three flying machines already delivered and perhaps even go so far as to black list the company altogether. India has cited the integrity clause that outlaws all middlemen in defence contracts. Mr. Orsi was arrested on charges of international corruption, bribery and billing fraud over the sale of 12 AgustaWestland helicopters to India and spent 80 days in preventive detention. Mr. Spagnolini faces similar charges. The middlemen were allegedly paid commissions totalling some 56 million through an elaborate system of fake billing using fictitious IT companies based in Mauritius and Tunisia. No move has been made yet by Indian authorities to arrest any of the Tyagi brothers despite the fact that India has now become a civil party to the trial, sources said.

Maya Angelou accepts Mailer Center award


NEW YORK, OCTOBER 18: Her body weak, her voice rich and strong, Maya Angelou sang, lectured and reminisced as she accepted a lifetime achievement award Thursday night from the Norman Mailer Center.The 85yearold author, poet, dancer and actress was honored during a benefit gala at the New York Public Library, the annual gathering organized by the Mailer Center and writers colony. Seated in a wheelchair, she was a vivid presence in dark glasses and a sparkling black dress as she marveled that a girl from a segregated Arkansas village could grow up to become a literary star.Imagine it, she said, a town so prejudiced black people couldnt even eat vanilla ice cream.

ECONOMY

Rupee rallies to over 2-month high at 60.92 CPI urges Govt, Oil Ministry to end contract with RIL
MUMBAI, OCTOBER 18: The rupee rallied to a twomonth high of 60.92 against the US dollar in late morning deals today on persistent selling of the dollar by banks and exporters on the back of sustained capital inflows from foreign funds. The domestic currency resumed higher at 61.19 per dollar as against the last closing level of 61.23 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) Market. It firmed up further to a twomonth high of 60.92 per dollar before quoting 61.01 per dollar at 1050 hours, showing showed a gain of 22 paise from its last close. morning deals. Sustained foreign capital inflows from foreign funds in view of strong domestic market mainly boosted the rupee value against the dollar, a Forex dealer said. Meanwhile, the Indian benchmark BSE-30 share index Sensex rose by 297.70 points or 1.46 per cent to 20,713.21 at 1050 hours. In New York market, the dollar fell yesterday as US lawmakers reached a deal to avoid default and end the 16-day partial government shutdown, with currency analysts now looking at another Washington showdown, possibly early next year. NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: Communist Party of India (CPI) MP, Gurudas Dasgupta on Friday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to direct the Petroleum Ministry to initiate proceedings against Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and its partners for termination of their contract for KG D6 gas fields for wilful default and violation of various provisions of the production sharing contract (PSC). In a letter to the Prime Minister, Mr. Dasgupta charged the Petroleum Minister with deliberately trying to pass undue benefits to RIL by overruling his own officials and seeking to bend rules and regulations to bail out the corporate house. There have been repeated attempts by the Petroleum Minister to weaken governments case in the arbitration proceedings, subvert national interest and this should be stopped at all costs, he told journalists in New Delhi. He said the Management Committee (MC) as well as the Director General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) has time and again comprehensively rejected RILs position on downgrading of gas reserves, approval of revised field development plan (RFDP) and on the issue of appointment of international experts to ascertain the cause for decline in gas production from KG D6. Further, Mr. Dasgupta said the DGH has acted impartially and has given its inde-

It moved in a range of 60.92

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Sensex surges 245 points on higher global cues


MUMBAI, OCTOBER 18: The BSE benchmark Sensex rallied by 245 points in late morning trade on Friday on speculations that Federal Reserve could maintain monetary stimulus to the U.S. economy next year on fears of the 16-day partial U.S. government shutdown, which ended this week, curbing economic growth there. The market sentiment was boosted by data showing that foreign funds made substantial purchases of Indian stocks on Thursday. They bought shares worth net Rs 1,109.93 crore yesterday, as per provisional data from the stock exchanges. Shares of banking, realty, metal and refinery sectors moved up sharply on good demand from operators and investors. The BSE-30 share barometer Sensex resumed higher at 20,486.78 and firmed up further to a high of 20,673.44 before quoting 20,660.07 points at 1030 hours. It showed a gain of 244.56 points or 1.20 per cent from its last close. The NSE 50-share index Nifty also moved up by 74.55 points or 1.23 per cent to 6,120.40 at 1030 hours. Major gainers were ICICI Bank (2.88 per cent), SSLT (2.53 per cent), Tata Steel (2.52 per cent), HDFC Bank (2.23 per

pendent view regarding the reasons for shortfall in production. The Petroleum Minister is trying to transfer the present DGH prematurely since he has been taking an independent view in issues concerning RIL. I would like to reiterate that DGH should not be transferred before the completion of his three-year tenure, the letter states. Mr. Dasgupta said RIL has been in wilful default of the PSC for more than three years. The production from the KG D6 has fallen drastically to 9 mmscmd from the approved or promised level of 80

mmscmd. RIL has refused to drill additional number of wells as directed by the Government to shore up production and are putting forward false causes for the decline in reserves. In view of these circumstances, the only alternative with the government to terminate the contract as per Article 30 of the PSC without any further delay. As the head of the government, it is incumbent upon you to act immediately to curb the malpractices taking place in the Petroleum Ministry, Mr. Dasgupta has stated in his letter.

HSBC ordered to pay $2.46 billion in lawsuit


NEW YORK, OCTOBER 18: A division of Europes HSBC has been ordered to pay about $2.46 billion in a class action lawsuit claiming it violated federal securities laws. Lawyers for the plaintiffs said that the judgment, which includes $1.48 billion in damages and nearly $1 billion in prejudgment interest, was the biggest ever following a securities fraud class action trial. HSBC Holdings PLC, Europes biggest bank by market value, said in a statement on Thursday that it will appeal, noting that it was the next step in an 11-year-old case and we believe we have a strong argument. James Glickenhaus of Glickenhaus & Co, one of the three lead plaintiffs appointed by the court in 2002 to represent the class, said in a statement that the judgment shows that the fraud committed by Household International and the individual defendant officers will not go unpunished, and we look forward to having the judgment affirmed on appeal. The lawsuit named Household International Inc, which is now HSBC Finance Corp, and former executives William Aldinger, David Schoenholz and Gary Gilmer. It claimed that the company fraudulently misled investors about its predatory lending practices, the quality of its loans and its financial accounting from March 23, 2001 through October 11, 2002. HSBC acquired consumer lender Household International in 2003. The acquisition made HSBC the biggest subprime lender in the US at the time, which resulted in billions of losses to HSBC leading up to the financial crisis of 2008. A jury in Chicago found in favour of the plaintiffs in May 2009. In the final judgment entered in the U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois Eastern Division on Thursday, Household International, Aldinger, and Schoenholz are held jointly and severally liable for the judgment. Gilmer is held severally liable for 10 per cent of the judgment. HSBCs U.S. shares shed 8 cents to $55.08 in premarket trading. They are up less than 2 per cent for the year.

cent) and Maruti Suzuki (1.98 per cent). Asian markets were trading mostly higher after latest data showed that Chinas economic growth accelerated in Q3 September 2013. Key benchmark indices in Singapore, China, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan rose by 0.13-0.68 per

cent while indices in Indonesia and Japan fell 0.05-0.06 per cent. The U.S. stocks ended mostly higher on Thursday, lifting the S&P 500 to a record finish, as Wall Street turned from the latest fiscal drama on Capitol Hill to corporate earnings.

Airtel acquires Qualcomms 4G company


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: Telecom major Bharti Airtel on Thursday announced it has acquired 100 per cent stake in Wireless Business Services (WBSPL), a company founded by U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm. The company had acquired a 49 per cent stake in WBSPL in May 2012 for $165 million. At that price, the additional stake purchase would have cost Airtel an estimated $165 million, or Rs. 1,008.1 crore at Fridays exchange rate. However, the company did not disclose the financial details of the deal. In a statement, Airtel said that it has completed the acquisition of 100 per cent equity shares of Wireless Business Services Private Limited, which holds BWA Spectrum in the Indian telecom circles of Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana and Kerala. Airtel acquired a majority stake in WBSPL in July by increasing its stake to 51 per cent from 49 per cent. WBSPL has spectrum that can be used for high-speed 4G services in New Delhi, Mumbai, Haryana and Kerala. Airtel has the similar spectrum in Punjab, Maharashtra, Kolkata and Karnataka. Airtel has already launched 4G services in Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula. Shares of Airtel were trading at Rs. 353.80, up by 1.46 per cent, in the afternoon session at BSE.

Gold falls on slackened demand, silver rises


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 18: Snapping a two-day rising trend, gold prices fell by Rs. 120 to Rs. 31,500 per ten grams in the national capital on Friday on slackened demand at existing higher levels amid weak global cues. However, silver rose for the third straight session by adding Rs. 375 to Rs. 48,800 per kg on increased off-take by industrial units and coin makers. Traders said besides sluggish demand at existing higher levels, a weak global trend mainly kept pressure on gold prices. Gold in London, which normally sets price trend on the domestic front, fell by $3 to $1,317.10 an ounce. Sentiment also weakened as rising equity market lured investors to shift funds from bullion to stocks for quick gains, they said. On the domestic front, gold of 99.5 per cent purity fell to Rs. 31,300 per ten grams, after gaining Rs. 1,070 in last two days. Sovereign held steady at Rs. 25,200 per piece of eight grams. On the other hand, weekly-based delivery of silver advanced by Rs. 375 to Rs. 48,500 per kg. The white metal had gained Rs. 1,375 in the previous two sessions. Silver coins lacked the nec-

essary buying support and tumbled by Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 85,000 for buying and Rs. 86,000 for selling of 100 pieces.

STUDENT AGE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013

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there will be no compromise with quality of work as the funds sanctioned by GoI are through tax collected money of people and we should develop extra patriotic feeling towards the nation for their special attention towards Ladakh, asserted Jora. Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC, Rigzin Spalbar terming the day as auspicious coinciding with 'Purnima' spoke in details about the futuristic plan of stadium having multiple sports facilities. He asserted that' our children are not lacking behind in any field, be in sports, education, culture or any other activities provided they get chances and nurtured in right direction. He said the stadium with international standards definitely help the youth to touch pinnacle of success' said Spalbar. He also informed that indoor stadium near council secretariat is also coming up and Center Government had already sanctioned Rs. 7 crore for it while work on Ice Hockey Stadium is in full swing, so our children have a bright future to show their talent in various fields said Spalbar. Earlier, Executive Councilor for Youth Services and Sport Gurmat Dorjay in his welcome address said that Ladakh being a mountainous region located on a high altitude and the youth of this region have the special advantage to shine in sports and the stadium would definitely help the youth to do well in various fields. Students from various schools presented a culture programme on the occasion which was highly applauded by the audience. Additional Deputy Commissioner, Leh, Tsering Morup presented vote of thanks on the occasion. During the inaugural session, GOC 14 Corps, Lt. Gen Rakesh Sharma, Chief of Staff 14 Corps, Maj Gen Sanjay Kulkarni, socio religious heads, political leaders, Councillors, Sarpanches, Panches, Army, Paramilitary, Air Force, Institution heads, school children were present.

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Jora lays foundation of Stadium, Youth Hostel at Spituk, Leh


Says Govt. will take more steps to promote sports in Ladakh region
LEH, OCT 18- Minister for Urban Development and Local Bodies, Nawang Rigzin Jora on Friday laid foundation stone of Open Stadium and Youth Hostel at Spituk in presence of Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC, Leh, Rigzin Spalbar. The stadium and youth hostel projects worth Rs. 20.35 crore are being executed under 'Task Force', a special grant of Rs. 200 crore sanctioned by the Union Government for the Leh district. The projects spread over 130 kanals of land will have an open stadium with an estimated sitting capacity of 30,000 spectators. It will have facilities for organizing sports activities like football, cricket, hockey, Olympic size track etc. The Youth Hotel will have the capacity over one thousand beds with all the facilities of boarding and lodging for the sports persons and other supporting staff. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Jora expressed happiness over the modern outdoor stadium project and said that

such stadium was much needed to display our youths' talent in sports activities to compete at National as well as International level. He said local youth have lot of sports potential provided that is nurtured in a systematic way. He hoped that the new facilities will open a new chapter to promote the sports skills of Ladakhi youth and they will avail the opportunities and bring laurel for the State as well as for the country, said

Mr. Jora. Referring to Bangkok Marathon winner Rigzin Angmo, the Minister said that Ladakhis can excel particularly in two sports namely, marathon with nature advantage of physical build up and traditional archeries which we must practice hard to earn our name and fame at International level. He urged the youth to concentrate on particular sports of their interest and become an iconic

player, adding that this can be possible with the hard efforts and constant practices. He asked the youth to develop hunger for the sports and utilize the available opportunities. He said the Government would develop all necessary infrastructural facilities to promote sports in the region to encourage the talent. Emphasizing the executive agency to work in transparent manner to use every penny in positive way, Jora said that

DIC organises mushiara, GDC Doda organised seminar Conduct of computer repair gized, flow to begin next week After a six- station on October 5, supply cultural programme on "Communal Harmony" course for youth at Doda ALLAHABAD: year-long wait the power to the campus would begin in KATHUA, OCT 18- The Prominent among the poets DODA, OCT 18: Govt posite. But religion has never
Information Department, Kathua, organized a multilingual mushaira and cultural bonanza at Hiranagar of district Kathua at Government Higher Secondary School, Chakra. Principal Jaimal Singh was the chief guest while Sarpanch, Chakra Rakesh Kumar presided over the occasion. Panchs and large number of students and locals witnessed the event. The poets recited their creations in Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi and Dogri languages on the various social evils like drug addiction, female foeticide, gender disparity, illiteracy and dowry system. who recited their writings included Prem Khajuria, Kuldeep Kippi, Raj Kumar, R.S Katal, Shiv Shanker, Ramnik Sharma, Pratima Khajuria, Sham Lal and others. A cultural programme on patriotic themes besides Dogri and Hindi songs were applauded and enjoyed by the audience. Speaking on the occasion, Jaimal Singh thanked the Information Department for organizing such type of programmes. Sarpanch Rakesh Kumar expressed gratitude to the Information department and the poets, writers and singers for presenting their creations. Degree College Doda on Friday, 12th of October 2013 organised a seminar on "Communal Harmony" in the premises of the college. The function was presided over by the Principal of the college Prof Z. A.Hashmi. Ten students participated in the debate. Mr. Ziaul-Haq , Mr. Sunil Kumar and Miss.Heena Kousar were adjudged Ist, 2nd and 3rd respectively. Prizes were distributed to the positioners and consolation momentos to all the participants. In his presidential address Prof. Hashmi said that India has got multiplicity of religions and very nature of the culture is combeen a source of conflict between the communities in Indian society. Mutual tolerance and regard for other religions is an age oldtradition of the country. He stressed upon the students to take active part in promoting communal harmony and national integration. Dr.Wahied. Khawar. Balwan, Dr.Javaid Iqbal Tramboo, Dr. Ajaz Ahmed Wani and Prof. Bashir Ahmed Bhatt acted as jury members. In the end Sabha Fareed Zarger presented the vote of thanks. The whole programme was compared by Sabha Fareed Zarger and Mohammad Ahsan of B.Sc 3rd year. DODA: Computer repair course for a duration of one month under the aegis of Rashtriya Rifles Battalion in Doda District under "OP SADBHAVANA". The course is being conducted for local unemployed youth of Doda to enable them to generate self employment opportunities. The project has been inaugurated by Army representative in presence of large mass of local youth attending the computer repair course. A majority of population in Doda region resides in remote areas and is devoid of basic amenities and infrastructure. During interaction with the local villagers had requested for conduct of Computer Repair Course for local unemployed youth so as to help them generate self employment opportunities. Such an initiative by Army will greatly help in generating employment in the area and at the same time act as a powerful weapon to further reinforce the image of Army as a friend and benefactor of the local populace. A total of fifteen youth will be trained in this programme. substation was finally energized by the Allahabad University authorities thus paving way for uninterrupted power supply on the campus. The varsity would no more have to battle unscheduled power breakdowns. Besides, absence of voltage fluctuation would allow super-sensitive tests in various laboratories. This will also check power perforation on the campus thereby bringing down power expenses by around 30%. Though the varsity authorities had energised the sub-

Allahabad University gets ener-

another couple of days. As per plan, various campuses of the AU would be attached to the sub-station in a phased manner, starting from the Senate House campus or Arts campus. After this, the Science Faculty would be connected followed by Women Hostel (WH) campus, Chatham Lines and Bank Road. The underground cable has already been laid out on these vast campuses. The varsity authorities have spent around Rs 10 crore on the facility.

SKUAST conducts vocational training programme on "Production technology for fodder and seed"
JAMMU, OCT 18: Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Jammu, R.S. Pura, SKUASTJ conducted a Vocational training programme on Production technology for fodder and seed at KVK Jammu, R.S. Pura. SMS (Agronomy), KVK Jammu, Dr. Anil Sharma explained to the farmers that improved animal feed and feeding practices can play in the long-term alleviation of rural poverty and their specific benefits to the rural poor such as increased livestock productivity, household food security and income as livestock play an important role in most small-scale farming systems throughout the country. He explained the cultivation aspects of Berseem in depth and detailed various varieties of grasses. He detailed the methods of sowing seeds for various varieties of grass. Prem Kumar, KVK Jammu informed that the nutritive value of feed and fodder has a significant bearing on productivity of livestock. Due to increasing pressure on land for growing food grains, oil seeds and pulses adequate attention has not been given to the production of fodder crops. Dr. Sanjay Khar, Programme Coordinator, KVK Jammu highlighted the functioning of KVK and ongoing activities of KVK Jammu on the aspects of animal feed and feeding. Further, on account of diversified use of agriculture residues, the gap between the demand and supply of fodder is increasing. He emphasized to increase the fodder production to meet the demand gap because according to the report of Working Group on Animal Husbandry and Dairying for 10th Five Year Plan of Planning Commission, the available fodder can meet the demand of only 46.7 per cent of livestock. During the training programme, a large number of farmers from different villages participated.

Ex-servicemen to look after the safety and security arrangements at BHU


VARANASI, OCT 18: To enforce the meaning of a safe university campus, ex-servicemen are now going to look after the safety and security arrangements at Banaras Hindu University. The varsity is going to have a massive security set up with the workforce of approximately 775 new security guards, supervisors and security officers from November 1. These new security persons will be provided by Uttar Pradesh Purva Sainik Kalyan Nigam Limited (UPPSKNL). According to chief proctor of BHU, Dr Arvind Joshi, the new security set up will be deployed in the main campus of the university, Sir Sundar Lal (SSL) Hospital, Trauma Centre as well as at Rajiv Gandhi South Campus (RGSC), Barakachha. The new security will work in supervision and coordination of chief proctor of the university. It may be noted here that UPPSKNL is the nation's first ex-servicemen corporation established as a UP state government undertaking in 1989. Since its inception, UPPSKNL has been able to create job opportunities for a vast number of ex-servicemen including their wards and widows. The services of ex-servicemen based as security guards, gunmen, supervisors, and security officers are being provided to various Centre and state government's departments, Public Sector Undertaking (PSUs), private institutes, hospitals and banks and other units. Some of the main clients of UPPSKNL are Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited ( BPCL), National Thermal Power Corporation ( NTPC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited ( BHEL), various banks, postal department, PWD, Irrigation department. Dr Joshi further informed that this was for the time that security arrangements from the workforce provided by a government agency was being introduced at the university premises. So far, the security guards in the university were appointed on contract basis from the Varanasi based private agencies. "The enhanced security system is the need of the hour. Every big set up has such security system. Once operational, BHU will be a step ahead of other universities as such security system, especially of that provided by UPPSKNL, is very rare in other universities," informed Dr Joshi.

Sponsors ditch "DAMINI" team; refuses to pay the next installment


JAMMU: Despite back stepping by the main sponsor of the movie for some unjustifiable demands, "Yeh Meri Kahani Hai...Damini" is all set to hit the silver screen at Indira Multiplex this festival season on November 1. This was stated by Director of the movie, Shahid Kazmi during a press conference here . Parvinder Pal Singh (Lucky), Producer of the Movie was also present on the occasion. Kazmi stated that earlier the movie was titled "Damini...the victim", but due to the problem in the title registration, the name of the movie has now been changed to "Yeh Meri Kahani Hai...Damini" with "Yeh Meri Kahani Hai" as the title track of the movie. "We break the agreement with our main sponsor

Workshop on research methods begins at Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology in Allahabad
ALLAHABAD: A ten-day research methodology programme for PhD students in social sciences was inaugurated on Tuesday under the aegis of Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad. Sponsored by Indian Council for Social Science and Research (ICSSR), the programme was inaugurated by Prof Pradeep Bhargava, director, GB Pant Institute of Social Sciences in the presence of acting director, MNNIT, Prof Dinesh Chandra. According to course director of the training programme Dr Rajesh Kumar Shastri, only forty students have been shortlisted for participating in the workshop out of the 150 applications. Prof Peeush Ranjan Agarwal, who was the keynote speaker at the workshop, discussed the role of interdisciplinary study in social sciences research and the ways to provide an interactive platform to the scholars of social sciences. The course director said the objective of the workshop is to enhance the knowledge and skills of PhD students in field of social sciences and enable them to improve their present research work. An extensive exposure on diverse issues of social sciences research, sampling methods, hypothesis formulation, tools of data collection, analysis of variance (ANOVA) one way and two way classification, and mulIBAIs

Panel to study air pollution causes in Chandrapur: Deotale


CHANDRAPUR: A study of various pollutions in the district and factors that attribute to air pollution has been taken up by a panel of scientists from NEERI and IIT Mumbai, to work out a sustainable solution to the issue. Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) would prepare an action plan based on the report of the scientists from NEERI and IIT to implement proper control measures on pollution, state environment minister Sanjay Deotale said. The report is likely to be received by February next year, he said. "During a survey of various areas around Chandrapur and Wani in Yavatmal district by the team of scientists, it was observed that most of the air pollution was caused due to transportation of various materials by heavy vehicles plying on roads, adulteration of diesel in vehicles, apart from industries and domestic use of coal," Deotale said.

Gallon Builders India Private Limited as the owner of the latter Mohammad Anwar was demanding some unacceptable favours from them", Kazmi added. Parvinder Pal Singh while speaking appealed the Government to make the movie tax free.

The singing, music and lyrics department was headed by Shubdeep Singh in collaboration with Ashu Kumar, Vineet Singh and Jaganjot Singh, Parvinder said, adding that the movie also filmed a special appearance of famous Bollywood Actor Raghubir Yadav.

tivariance techniques would be imparted during this training programme. A brief conceptual understanding of advanced statistical techniques will be the prime focus of the course. Meanwhile, another shortterm course on limit state design of steel structures organised under the aegis of Department of Civil Engineering was also inaugurated on Thursday by the director Prof P Chakraborty. The co-ordinator, Prof S K Duggal informed that the objective of the short-term course is to introduce the concepts behind the Limit State Design (LSD) Philosophy to the course instructors, students and practicing engineers as the new steel design code IS 800:2007 is based on LSD.

Goa board gives its nod to introduce CCE method of assessment for Class IX
PANAJI, OCT 18: The academic body of the Goa board of secondary and higher secondary education has given its nod for the board proposal to introduce the Comprehensive Continuous Evaluation (CCE) method of assessment for Class IX from 2014. But the plan to extend the existing no-detention policy, in force from Class I to VIII, to Class IX remains scrapped. Implementation of the CCE will mean that performance of the students in co-curricular activities will be taken into consideration when allotting them marks like participation in various competitions like elocution, quiz etc. "The CCE method planned for implementation for Class IX will now be circulated to headmasters of schools across Goa and their suggestions will be sought upto October 30. The committee formed to review the CCE implementation in Class IX will then meet every day to fine-tune the method of assessment. The final draft will then be sent to the state for approval before it is implemented in 2014-15," Goa board chairperson Jose Remedios Rebello told.But certain conditions will be set for schools for successful implementation of the CCE method. "Schools will have to ensure that there are not more than 35 students in a class to do justice to the method. Also, school hours for the Class IX students after CCE is implemented should not be less than five-and-half to six hours a day. To evaluate a child with the help of CCE requires that the teachers spend more time with students to make a fair overall assessment of the child, which goes beyond mere academics," Rebello said. He said that minimum standards will be set for the child to achieve before he or she is qualified to be promoted to the next class.

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