Friday, April 30, 2010

5 women devotees killed in stampede in Dera Sacha.

As per reports on the website of PTI news 5 devotees killed at Dera Sacha in Sirsa at yesterday night time when a rumour spread about presence of a snake and lead to stampede causing death of five persons and injury to many others. Devotees gathered to mark of foundation day.

Last year we have seen stampede cases in Jodhpur, Rajasthan and Nanida Devi temple at Himachal Pradesh and this year also in March 2010 many peoples died at Distt. Pratapgarh at Ashram of Kripalu Maharaj but still we did not learned our lesson and repeating the same mistake again and again.

In my article Crowd Management in Indian Temples posted on 14. Nov. 2009 at this blog proposed I again say that government should make a National Temples Management Board which take care of system in temples. Most of the temples receive very good amount of donations from their devotees but that all money generally taken by the individuals and no initiative is taken for betterment of temple and all the big temple authorities must be controlled by above board consisting of government nominees, religious leaders, local authority representatives. But it should not become a system of Bureaucracy.

5 women devotees killed in stampede in Dera Sacha.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

CBI: Desai owns 10 houses

As per my previous article of 23 April, 2010 regarding arrest of MCI Boss Mr. Ketan Desai in bribe case of Rs. 2 crore for grant of approval to medical college at Punjab. Today as per news on Indian express website, CBI said that it had recovered documents of benami property, gold & jewellery which provides information about large amount of illegal money of Mr. Desai. Mr. Desai owns nearly 10 houses in various cities of Gujarat and having 1.5 kg of gold and 80 kg silver. Mr. Desai and his wife is also director in one of the real estate firm. It is also reported that Rs. 2 crore of bribe is the first instalment of total amount of bribe and MCI boss has asked for a total of Rs.8 crore. Just think about the college which are already approved by him.

NOW THE QUESTION IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MR. DESAI, WILL HE GET PUNISHMENT OR JUST ABLE TO MANIPULATE IT.

FIRST HE WILL FIGHT THE CASE IN LOWER COURTS THEN HIGH COURT AND AT LAST AT SUPREME COURT AND IN BETWEEN HE MAY COMPLES HIS LIFE.

SO THE RESULT IS ____________________? (Big Dash)

CBI: Desai owns 10 houses

Monday, April 26, 2010

Rain Water Harvesting

The ground Water level is going down with every passing day and in view of increasing temperature the demand of water has gone up and extraction of ground water through tubewells / hand pumps are very high. To save water and increase the level of ground water different techniques of rain water harvesting must be immediately started on pilot basis in some cities of NCR(National Capital Region) as the season of rain will start in coming months.

Every new group housing scheme which is sanctioned by government must be passed on the condition of rain water harvesting

existing group housing societies must be motivated to adopt the system.

in residential areas with the help of NGO and RWA',s residents must be pushed to implement rain water harvesting system as individual or group.

Each society park / community centre must have ground water recharge facility.

In small village rain water must be diverted to existing ponds or by creating new ponds.

Everywhere it should be done in a scientific approved way. We are standing at last stage so we don't have the time to think, ITS ACTION TIME. BEGIN NOW.

Friday, April 23, 2010

MCI boss Ketan Desai arrested - India - The Times of India

As per the news on Times of India website on Thursday President, Medical Council of India has been arrested for taking bribe of Rs. Two crores for giving recognition to a Medical College in Punjab.

Medical Council of India power includes giving approval/disqualification of medical colleges/nursing institues/dental colleges and also recognition/de-recognition of of medical qualification.

After this incident just imagine what will be the standard of Health of citizens of India whose Doctors and Technicians are trained in colleges which don't have complete and adequate infrastructure, procedures and other resources.

The case of corruption also noticed and come into news last year about AICTE the organisation which gives approval for technical education colleges in India.

I AM WONDERING WHAT WILL BE THE STANDARD OF EDUCATION AND ALSO JUST IMAGINE ABOUT THE KNOWLEDGE AND TALENT OF PROFESSIONALS WHO PASSED FROM THESE COLLEGES?

ALSO WHAT IS THE SURETY THAT ENGINEERS AND DOCTORS WHO PASSED FROM THESE INSTITUTION WILL BE ABLE TO SERVE AND MAINTAIN EXCELLENT QUALITY FOR WHICH INDIA IS FAMOUS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Water Problem in HUDA Sectors

Due to increasing temperature and heat, demand of water has gone up very high in all sectors of HUDA as well as other areas. Few reason behind water shortage :-

- Long power cuts (Situation has gone from bad to worst due to long power cuts because tube wells do not have hotline power supply)

- Wastage of water (on cleaning of cars, corridors, house, etc.)

- Decreasing of ground water level

- Too much over extraction

- Non implementation of Rain Water Harvesting schemes

In last few decades we have wasted water like anything and neither follow the rules nor taken the initiative to recharge ground water. Due to modernization we have created big concrete jungle and left no open space so that ground water recharge takes place when rain comes. Actually rain water harvesting has not been implemented with strict enforcement. The best way to recharge the ground water is to make provision for rain water harvesting in every household and it must be a condition when government agencies give their permission to construction the house. For existing residential areas government should invite NGO and RWA to start applying method of rain harvesting.

Still if we did not awake and don't stop wastage of water in coming 2-3 decades we may not have the water and the city will become like a desert.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Parents say won't pay hiked fees - Delhi - City - The Times of India

As per the news on Times of India website today that most of the unaided school in the capital has increased the fees for the 2010-11 session and asked the parent to submit the fees. However Directorate of Education is saying that school needs valid needs to form a valid Parents Teacher Association and need clearance of this body before charging incremented fees. While Private school federation is saying their is no such act and circular of Directorate of Education is illegal. All India Parents' Association (AIPA) has decided in its meeting that they will pay fee only as per old rates. Schools federation is saying that they have to pay increased salary, and due to rising prices the expenses have increased while everybody knows that how much money is being paid to staff in private institutes.

In above scenario parents do not have any clear path known to them that what should they do. It has become a political games between Parents Association and Schools federation and in between the common parent is facing trouble and don't know he should join which group.

Although education standard in private school is good and their result also very good but all these private school are not working as social welfare organisation but has become a field of profit for investor who put their money in to this sector. All school gets income tax benefit and many other tax benefits because school/education is counted as social responsibility but now it is totally commercial. Today the Education is commercialized. Big investors are investing large amount of money in this sector to maximise their return.

I think government must be more vigilant against private bodies who are earning big revenues and make a grievance centre where parents can lodge their problems/grievance against any school.

Parents say won't pay hiked fees - Delhi - City - The Times of India

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Badarpur Tree Plantation

Due to construction of Badarpur Flyover and Metro Rail in already congested area of Badarpur, Jaitpur, Mahipalpur, Palla, AAli village, Badarpur Border the pollution level is very high on NH-2 Mathura Road. You will hardly able to see any trees between border to Mohan Co-operative Industrial Area because the area is highly commercial and very crowded.

In view of increasing pollution tree plantation drive must be taken in Badarpur Area. Trees can be planted on the gap between road, road sides, open area and peoples residing and working in this area must be motivated to plant and maintain the greenery.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Faridabad to Delhi

Yesterday I traveled From Faridabad to Delhi Domestic Airport via Karan Singh Shooting range road , Greater Kailash and found that foot path is being constructed on both side of road near shooting range and open space around tree is left, which is a good construction practice. In Greater Kailash and Airport area it is very hard to see trees, you are surrounded by all the concrete jungle. Instead of cutting the trees it is better to relocate the big trees if possible.

I think in view of Commonwealth Games some greenery must be maintained near airport area as it will not only help in maintaining environment and reduce pollution but also increase beauty of area.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Sreedharan has a heart attack- Hindustan Times

As per the news on Hindustan Times website Delhi Metro Rail Chief Mr. E Sreedharan suffered a heart attack at Delhi airport yesterday morning and admitted to Indraprastha Apollo Hospital and currently going through treatment in intensive care unit (ICU).

He is man who made possible the project of Delhi Metro and taken the Image of India to new heights on International level by completing the Delhi Metro Project. Delhi Metro still have to cover many more milestone under his guidance and India needs person like Mr. Sreedharan who has strong will power and knowledge to take the nation to greater heights.


I pray to God for his speedy recovery.



Sreedharan has a heart attack- Hindustan Times

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

War with Maoist

Yesterday Maoist killed 76 CRPF (Central Reserve Paramilitary Force) Jawans in Chhattisgarh in a planned attack by surrounding them. Almost 1000 maoist equipped with automatic rifles, guns, explosives, landmine's trapped the CRPF company in a dense hilly forest area. One Deputy Commandant and Assistant Commandant also killed in attack but the number of maoist killed is not known. The level of attack shows the problem of Naxalism. Even if government retaliate it could not kill all maoist (thousand of peoples) because they are you own peoples so means & ways should be researched to convert maoist into good citizens.

After this big attack on forces, state and central security forces needs to fight in a completely organised, planned and equipped manner. The strategy must be devised so that security forces have least causalities. The state and central security forces needs to be strengthen their co-ordination and steps must be initiated to gain support of local peoples. I think local young persons should be recruited by security forces to fight the naxalist because it will be a two way attack on them, first it will enable state security forces to under local scenario and local power to fight secondly it will stop recruitment sources of naxalist. State and Central government forces must improve their intelligence units to gain knowledge about naxalist / maoist strategy and their sources of finance, arms, camps etc.

Women's of maoist areas should be provided help so that they can start some local work/handicraft work/self employment business which will support them financially and improve their confidence in government and peace. Also schools, hospitals and roads must be developed to bring development in naxal areas.

Also compensation to family of all the soldiers must be given on priority basis and no politics should be played on the Sacrifice of soldiers by any political party.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Delhi Metro Rail started Inderlok-Mundka Route

Today DMRC inaugurated its Inderlok Mundka line. DMRC has given it a name of Green Line and It is the first line of Delhi Metro which is using standard gauge instead of broad gauge and by starting of this route on standard gauge, Delhi Metro becomes the only Metro in the World having trains on both gauge standard and broad. Now the Metro network has expanded to more than 100 km.

The length of Inderlok Mundka route is 15.1 KM and will take 29 minutes in comparison to one hour travel by road. Residents and peoples of Paschim Vihar and Punjabi Bagh will be able to take benefit of this route. Now the peoples of Delhi must come forward to ride on metro and take off their vehicles from the road as it will not only save their time but will reduce the pollution in city.

By use of standard gauge metro has saved a good amount of money and DMRC team must be congratulated for it. Hopefully before Commonwealth Games will be able to start Badarpur, Gurgaon & Airport routes. Also DMRC must maintain strict safety measures and highest and best quality of construction.

Best of luck to DMRC team.