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THE BURDEN OF RELIEF PACKAGE FOR FARMERS

CMP MISUNDERSTOOD, FAULTY DIAGNOSIS OF THE DISEASE
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:06 GMT-0000
The case in point is the hasty announcement of the Relief Package announced for farmers. It may not only prove an extra burden for the government facing financial crunch, but also for the farmers, the very persons the relief is meant for.
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INSULATING THE INTELLIGENCE AND INVESTIGATION

POLITICAL INTERFERENCE UNDERMINING THEIR PRESTIGE
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:01 GMT-0000
Misuse of intelligence and investigation wings of the State is not a new thing. But, except the occasional outcry against the Executive, who is seriously interested in reforming them? Nobody in the legislature, it seems. Otherwise, how could it be possible that the recommendations of the various commissions and committees have been accumulating dust over them and the politician of the ruling parties have been misusing them for years?
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THE REFORM: THE CRUEL AND THE HUMANE

UNDERSTANDING AN ANALOGY OF THE SACRIFICIAL GOAT
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:54 GMT-0000
Reform in the true sense of the word is all right, but 'the Reform' we have been pursuing for the last decade does not augur well with the common man. People of this country held the BJP-led NDA government guilty of cruelty to common man and voted it out as a mode of punishment. Taking cue from this, our new Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is going on reiterating that his Congress-led UPA government would continue with 'the Reform' with 'human face'.
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EQUAL RIGHTS ON ANCESTRAL PROPERTY A WELCOME MOVE

THE NEED IS TO REMOVE FEAR OF LITIGATIONS AND WOMEN'S BURDENS
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:49 GMT-0000
We have been witness to the behaviour of our legislators on Women's Bill which is still pending mainly due to their unwillingness to put the Bill to vote. Only a handful of legislators have been all along opposing it, and majority of the legislators are outwardly in its support, but inwardly do not want to get the Bill passed through voting. They want consensus on this regard while the other Bills have been passed despite more strong and vociferous opposition through the instrument of voting.

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PRICES MAY RISE BUT NOT INFLATION AND PRICE INDICES

AN EFFECTIVE POLITICAL TOOL AGAINST COMMON MAN
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:44 GMT-0000
It's a dirty trick of the government that made the intelligentsia in its favour on the price front despite the common man's grief who are caught between dwindling income and steep price rise.
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IMITATING SPIDERS WON'T DO

PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTIONS NEED MORE
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:34 GMT-0000
The people outside government have always been hopeless, however, with such type of national building exercise. Therefore, there is a longstanding demand that the national building work should start from the bottom, say from the villages and the Panchayats.
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CENTRE CONSIDERING TO IMPLEMENT MALIMATH RECOMMENDATIONS

COUNTRYWIDE DISCUSSIONS, POLITICAL CONSENSUS NEEDED
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:28 GMT-0000
One of the five proposed measures for tackling terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, militancy in the North East, and left wing extremism in the various parts of the country is the implementation of recommendation of the Malimath Committee on Criminal Justice Administration. The Ministry of Home, Government of India has recently revealed this intention of the government during a presentation in the department related Consultative Committee of the Parliament. Another proposed measures seeks setting up a 'Federal Agency' to deal with the 'federal crimes.' However, such a measure needs constitutional amendment, which in turn requires building up a consensus among the various political parties.
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OUR LOVE FOR CRIMINALS IN POLITICS

POLITICAL PARTIES ADDING GREASE TO FIRE
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:23 GMT-0000
In general talk most of us including our politicians having clean image are against criminalisation of politics, but in practice we send the criminals in the Parliament in large numbers. Out of 540 MPs of the Lok Sabha we have as many as 135 members having criminal records.
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LOK PAL BILL IN PRESENT FORM IS SELF-DEFEATING

PROVISIONS SHOULD BE CHANGED FOR AN EFFECTIVE LOK PAL
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:18 GMT-0000
The long cherished dream of getting an institution of the Lok Pal in India seems just a short step away. But we are never sure, for the first Lok Pal Bill was tabled in the Parliament long back in 1968, and over the years , the successive governments talked of the legislation, tabled it six times in the Parliament, and then allowed it to be lapsed.
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JUSTICE FOR WORKFORCE

WHERE IS THE APPLICATION OF MIND
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:13 GMT-0000
The government borrowings and expenditures are rising day by day. The ministers, members of the legislature and the officials at the higher level are spending lavishly, and getting maximum benefits from the exchequer. It the state is undergoing a severe financial crunch, and people are suffering, it is because of their inapplication of wisdom.

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