Monday, June 28, 2010

Government is fooling public on Oil rates by Advt

Government of India today issued a News paper advertisement: it is fooling the public that it cost in India cheap for Kerosene and LPG Cylinder and has put up rates from neighboring countries as a marker. These rates on close scrutiny were exchange rates of Indian Rupee with those currencies.

That is 345 INR will buy 851 Lankan Rupees which is given in that advertisement. What a fraud government and it is cheating its own citizens.

Shame on the UPA Government!!!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Other Face of Terrorism

The student union of Aliah University of Kolkata issued “Fatwa” to all female students to wear “Burqa”& did not spare the women Guest Lecturers.

It came to news when Trinamool Congress Student Union AGS Hasanujjaman threatened the Bengali Lecturer Smt Shirin Midya to wear “Burqa” which she denied. Smt Midya went to Vice Chancellor Samsul Alam, Registrar Dr. Anwar Hossain & they took no action. Rather they advised Midya not to go to the University. She then went to Minister of Minority affairs of West Bengal Government, Abdus Sattar, who transferred her to the Library at the Salt Lake City Campus.

Now the points are:

1) By transferring Smt. Midya, Government & University authority indirectly supported the “Fatwa”.

2) One Lecturer was transferred but other lecturers, who did not protest in fear, were compelled to wear ‘Burqa’ including women from other religion.

Registrar said, “There is no dress code in UGC, women should wear descent dresses.”

Now my questions- 'Is Burqa is the only decent dress??'

In a recent judgment, Hon’ble Kolkata High Court gave judgment that authority has nothing to say about dress code in educational Institute. In this context, it is worth mentioning that, Madrasa Authority, in many places of West Bengal is not accepting non-muslim teachers although they are carrying valid appointment letter.

Personally I feel 'Burqa' is the 'MOST INDECENT' Dress a woman can wear. What ever it is, as a Secular country, we cannot accept such things in India and should be avoided.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

1GOAL: Education for all

Today, 72 million children around the world are denied the chance to go to school!!
1GOAL is a campaign seizing the power of football to ensure that education for all is a lasting impact of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. By bringing together footballers and fans, charities and organisations around the world, together FIFA call on world leaders to make education a reality for 72 million children by 2015. These children could be the NEXT generation’s leaders, sport stars, doctors and teachers. But without an education they are confined to a life of poverty.

Hundreds of footballers, celebrities and world leaders have pledged their support for 1GOAL. Grammy Award-winning artist and philanthropist Shakira has become a 1GOAL ambassador so as th Famous footballers Robinjo, Essian, Rio Ferdinand and more. Earlier, IPL franchise MUmbai Indians announced such a programme during the 3rd edition of IPL. Let's hope it will bring a change.