दंगल की तिथि की घोषणा के साथ ही अटकलों, आकलनों व् सर्वेज का बाजार गर्म हो चुका हैलेकिन अगर जमीनी हकीकत को केंद्र में रख कर आज की तारीख में हीमुद्दे की बातकी जाए तोउत्तर प्रदेश के आसन्नचुनाव में जाति और धर्म पर आधारित मतों के ध्रुवीकरण के मामले मेंभाजपाऔर उसके रणनीतिकार अपने विरोधियों से पिछड़ते दिख रहे हैं l
साल २०१७ की शुरुआत और माननीय प्रधानमंत्री जी से १७ सवाल -
१. ५०वां दिन तो २८.१२.२०१६ को ही गुजर गया, क्या स्थिति सामान्य हो गयी ?
Towards the concluding weeks of the year 2016, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was seen lending his full spirited support to two events hosted by the state of Bihar: First, the 350th birth anniversary celebration of Guru Govind Singh, the 10th leader in succession of the Sikhs, and second, the 10-day long Kalchakra Buddhist puja graced by the holy Dalai Lama.
तृणमूल नेत्री व बंगाल की मुख्यमंत्री सुश्री ममता बनर्जी के बाद राजद ही एक मात्र ऐसा राजनीतिक दल है जो केन्द्र सरकार के नोटबन्दी के अव्यावहारिक फैसले के खिलाफ अपने नेता श्री लालू प्रसाद यादव के नेतृत्व में सड़क पर उतरा है l
Death of a nonagenarian former Member of the Lok Sabha from Vaishali, Mrs. Kishori Sinha, occurred in Patna on 19 December 2016. As all Biharis are bound to be touched by the biography of this illustrious widow of a past Chief Minister of Bihar, Satyendra Narain Sinha, it should afford us an opportunity to be introspective about the status of women, and the prospect of leadership among them in Bihar.
On December 9, 2016, five new additional judges of the Patna High Court were administered the oath of office. With their induction the number of judges goes up from 27 to 32.
A 2015 Ernst and Young report said that India had the dubious honour of having one of the lowest PoS (Point of Sales) terminal penetration with only 693 machines per million people. Do we have enough people with mobile connections in India? The answer is big "NO". Just 22 percent of Indians use the Internet "at least occasionally" and only 17 percent have a smart phone. The number of mobile connections that are data-enabled is only around 30%.
As Bihar was counting the victims in its usual widespread lawlessness or bracing for demonetization of certain currencies on November the 8th, the Americans were electing their new president, Donald John Trump.
The decision to demonetize the big denomination notes has shown the mirror to our society and the sooner we accept the fact that the hideous face staring ominously at us is US, the better would it be. The mirror does not lie, so we cannot seek comfort in denial which has been the standard mode of coping with uncomfortable truths. At heart we are a deeply, incorrigibly corrupt society made doubly worse by our ingrained hypocrisy. The predisposition to be corrupt is fixed like an attribute fixed in our genes. This masked trait unfolds given a favourable environment.
It has been almost a decade since it happened, but the horrors of the Bush presidency seem like they happened yesterday. It was a dark age in the history of America. War profiteers turned a terrorist attack into a global crisis which resulted in severe damage to humanity – both within and without the United States.
More than two weeks days down the radical decision to demonetize the high value currency notes, it is now transparently clear that the government had not thought deeply enough. The myriads of problems that this move would throw up and the commensurate logistical response to it had not been visualized in all their multifariousness.
Demonetization is not a new invention by Modi & Co. In the past many countries did it but none achieved even 10% of the targeted benefit. Morarji Desai's 1978 demonetization was an utter flop then. What made Modi to believe this would do wonders for him despite inherent risks and with no proper plan for mitigation and implementation?
Year after year hundreds of new trains are introduced but the number of employees handling safety services in Railways has been declining. As on date with 1.5 lakh unfilled vacancies related to safety alone, how the Railways can ensure a safe and secure journey? The improvement of safety systems has not matched the railways incessant expansion.