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  Dear Admin jee, plz help!!!
Posted by: Silent Admirer - 19-10-2015, 03:30 PM - Forum: Feedback, Suggestion and Queries - Replies (3)

@admin Plz tell how to upload youtube or other website videos???

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  Delhi top cop Bassi hits back at Arvind Kejriwal over ‘jungle raj’ remarks
Posted by: Silent Admirer - 19-10-2015, 03:24 PM - Forum: Current news alert Delhi-NCR - Replies (1)

Delhi top cop Bassi hits back at Arvind Kejriwal over ‘jungle raj’ remarks

Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi today took on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his "jungle raj" comments describing it as an attempt at "political positioning" which deserves "no importance".

Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi today took on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his “jungle raj” comments describing it as an attempt at “political positioning” which deserves “no importance”.

Bassi, who has earlier opposed the AAP government’s demand to hand over control of police to it, said the comments could also be reflective of “lack of knowledge or insights.”

The statements have no connection with reality, he told reporters, wading into the slug fest between AAP government and the Centre in the wake of rapes of two minors in the city.

“There’s no jungle raj in Delhi. If such a thing has been said than it is definitely wrong. It may be due to lack of knowledge or insight on crime situation.

“Or an attempt at political positioning as political parties often do that. These should not be given much importance,” Bassi said.

Following a meeting with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, Kejriwal today attacked the Delhi Police stating that “Jungle raj” is prevailing in the capital, which was a matter of “deep concern”.

“Around 31,000 cases of crime against women were recorded. Out of these, chargesheets were filed in only 13,000 cases and in 18,000 cases there was no charge sheet. Only 146 people were punished overall, so you can see how safe our women are,” Kejriwal said.

Kejriwal also ridiculed ‘Himmat App’ launched by Delhi Police and said that only 13 out of 4,000 cases were properly addressed that came in purview of this initiative.

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  Delhi gets its second monumental national flag, this time in Chanakyapuri area
Posted by: Silent Admirer - 19-10-2015, 03:19 PM - Forum: New Delhi - Replies (1)

Delhi gets its second monumental national flag, this time in Chanakyapuri area

A 105-ft-high monumental flagpole bearing the tricolour was today installed in the sprawling Diplomatic Enclave in the city’s Chanakyapuri area, becoming the second such structure to dot the landscape of the capital.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated the ‘Monumental National Flag’, measuring 30×20 ft, at the rotary junction connecting Shantipath, Niti Marg and Nyaya Marg.

“National flag, national anthem, etc, invoke patriotism in us. When we forget about nation in this busy life, these are the symbols which remembers us about the nation,” Kejriwal said during the event.

“There is a national flag installed in Connaught Place. Whenever I see that flag, I experience a kind of happiness from my heart. I thing, we should install flags in other parts of Delhi too, so that whenever we see it we think about our nation,” he added.

The 207-feet Monumental Flag in Connaught Place, that has become an object of attraction in the premier business district in central Delhi, was installed in 2014.

The newly-installed flag, made of polyester silk, will fly round-the-clock and lit in the night, the New Delhi Municipal Council, under whose jurisdiction the area falls in, said.

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  Citing Arun Jaitley, Arvind Kejriwal Says End 'Tyranny of Unelected' in Delhi
Posted by: Silent Admirer - 19-10-2015, 02:53 PM - Forum: Political Developments and Discussions Delhi-NCR. - No Replies


Citing Arun Jaitley, Arvind Kejriwal Says End 'Tyranny of Unelected' in Delhi

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NEW DELHI:  Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday latched onto Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's remarks over Supreme Court verdict on NJAC to fire his latest salvo at the Centre, saying the AAP has been demanding a Delhi shorn of "tyranny of the unelected".
"Jaitley ji on NJAC- 'Indian democracy cannot be a tyranny of the unelected'. Jaitley ji, this is exactly what we have been demanding in Delhi," Mr Kejriwal tweeted.
Earlier on Sunday, in unusually strong remarks over the Supreme Court's reasoning for striking down the NJAC Act, Mr Jaitley said that Indian democracy cannot be a "tyranny of the unelected".
"The Indian democracy cannot be a tyranny of the unelected and if the elected are undermined, democracy itself would be in danger," he said in a Facebook post titled'The NJAC Judgement An Alternative View?', which he termed as "personal views".
The AAP government and Lt Governor, who represents the Centre, have been locked in a bitter fight over several issues including control over the bureaucracy.
The Chief Minister has written a number of letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the last few months seeking his intervention in allowing the Delhi government to function independently.
In a statement, AAP said that it is unfortunate that Mr Jaitley has chosen an "unwarranted expression" like 'tyranny of unelected' while referring to the Supreme Court judgment.
"What is missing in the central government's response so far is that how does it intend to address the concerns raised by the Supreme Court on safeguarding the independence of judiciary," the party said.
The party also lodged its protest with the parallel drawn by the Finance Minister in comparing the appointment of judges to Election Commission and the CAG.
"This is a serious contradiction in his stand from his days in opposition when Mr Jaitley used to raise questions on the appointment of Election Commissioners by the government of the day," the AAP said.

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  Delhi Congress to Burn Effigies of PM Modi, Arvind Kejriwal on Dussehra
Posted by: Silent Admirer - 19-10-2015, 02:45 PM - Forum: Tracking and Monitoring Congress - Replies (2)


Delhi Congress to Burn Effigies of PM Modi, Arvind Kejriwal on Dussehra

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NEW DELHI:  Delhi Congress today said that the party will burn effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Dussehra for "failing" to control inflation and prise rise of essential commodities, especially that of pulses.

Attacking the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and BJP, the ruling parties in the city and Centre, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee chief Ajay Maken said that the party will hold a symbolic effigy burning of 'inflation' in all the 70 assembly constituencies in the capital simultaneously.

Faces of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would represent inflation on the effigies.

"On October 23, when people in Delhi and the whole country would burn effigies of Raavan, Congress party will burn 'two-headed' effigies of 'inflation' in all 70 constituencies in Delhi, and the two heads would obviously be Kejriwal and Modi," said Mr Maken.

In an apparent attack on sacked Delhi Food Minister Asim Ahmed Khan, Mr Maken pricked the AAP government saying that the minister who was "responsible" for containing price rise was himself removed for alleged corruption.

"If the Centre had made timely intervention, the rate of dal wouldn't have reached this high," he said

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Thumbs Up Gurgaon: Power tariff slab revised, consumers to pay less
Posted by: admin - 18-10-2015, 11:07 PM - Forum: Gurgaon - Replies (1)


Gurgaon: Power tariff slab revised, consumers to pay less

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The Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC) proposed a new electricity tariff slab on Thursday, a move that will come as a major relief to consumers in the state.
The new slab gives consumers the advantage of using power at cheaper rates. Earlier, the consumers utilising more than 500 units of power had to pay a higher rate. The government has now increased this slab to 800 units per month.
A uniform rate of Rs 6.75 would be applicable above 800 units, as opposed to the earlier limit of 500 units.
According to a senior official, the change in the slab is a result of protests by the people and political intervention. According to the order issued by HERC, the change in tariff would result in a revenue loss of about Rs 182 crore as per the calculations of the discoms. However, the discoms have proposed certain measures to meet this shortfall, including reduction in equipment failure like transformer damage.
Earlier, orders issued by the HERC allowing a hike faced severe criticism from all political quarters.
For the first 50 units, the rate will be Rs 2.70 per unit. From 51 to 100 units, it will be Rs 4.50 per unit and from 101 to 250 units, it will cost Rs 5.00 per unit. From 251 to 500 units, the cost will be Rs 6.05 per unit and from 501 to 800 units, it will be Rs 6.75.
If the consumption is above 800 units, it will be Rs 6.75 per unit. Earlier, from April 1, 2015, the charge per unit above 500 units was Rs 6.75.
Chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said, “The new slab will come as a major relief to the domestic consumers. Those who did not pay bills earlier will pay according to the new plan. Those consumers who have already paid will get their money adjusted in subsequent bills.”

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  PV Sindhu loses Denmark Open final to Olympic champ Li Xuerui
Posted by: admin - 18-10-2015, 10:42 PM - Forum: Sports Desk Delhi-NCR - Replies (5)

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PV Sindhu loses Denmark Open final to Olympic champ Li Xuerui

Indian shuttler PV Sindhu’s dream run at the Denmark Open came to an end as she suffered a straight-game defeat against Olympic champion Li Xuerui of China in the final of the $650,000 Super Series Premier event in Odense on Sunday.

Playing her maiden Super Series final, the two-time World Championship bronze medallist Sindhu could not break the stranglehold of Li, who played a compact game and rode on her repertoire of strokes to notch up a 21-19, 21-12 win in the summit clash which lasted 47 minutes.

In the opening game, Li opened up a slender 3-0 lead early on but Sindhu soon wrested control at 8-6 and then ended the break with a 11-10 lead. After the breather, Sindhu stepped on the gas and zoomed to a massive 16-10 lead.

However, Li is not one to take it lying low and she soon changed gears. The Chinese played some delectable drops to bamboozle Sindhu and narrow the gap to 13-16. But a down-the-line smash from Sindhu helped her gather another point. The Indian lost a couple of points at the nets to allow Li claw back to 16-17.

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Li Xuerui of China in action against Akane Yamauchi of Japan during the quarter-final of the Japan Open Super Series badminton tournament in Tokyo, on September 11, 2015. (AFP Photo)

Li mixed her shots well and varied the pace to deceive Sindhu and draw parity at 17-17. An outstretched Sindhu failed to connect next as Li grabbed the lead. Sindhu then upped the tempo and gave an aggressive charge to pocket the next point. Li then engaged in a flat game and Sindhu failed to connect. Her shot got buried at the nets and the Chinese gained a two-point lead to be at 20-18. An accurate down-the-line return helped Sindhu save one but she erred in judging the shuttle next to allow Li to pocket the 26-minute-long first game.

In the second game, Li again moved to a 3-1 lead after Sindhu lost her second video referral. Errors seemed to creep in her game as her smashes were going wide and long, allowing Li to surge ahead 6-1 in a jiffy. A poorly executed net shot and failure to connect a return at the forecourt by Li helped Sindhu earn a couple of points but Li continued to ride on the errors committed by the Indian.

The Chinese played some sharp angled shots to which Sindhu had no reply. In fact, Sindhu’s regular returns also started going wide as Li moved into the interval with a 11-4 advantage.

The drift in the hall also bothered Sindhu as she could not gauge the length of the shots even as Li rode on some spectacular shots to move to 13-4. With her armoury of shots, Li left Sindhu wrong-footed and sometimes completely clueless to soon move to 15-7.

Sindhu threw herself at the court, stretching at the back and forecourt but Li was simply outstanding as she led 19-12 with a cross court slice out of the reach of the Indian.

Li reached match point after Sindhu hit long once again and she won her first title of the injury-ridden season without much ado with another shot which the Indian let go.
Last month, India’s Ajay jayaram had reached his maiden Super Series Final at Korea Open and then defended his title at the Dutch Grand Prix.

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  Delhi Monsoon
Posted by: Miss Ruthless - 18-10-2015, 07:47 PM - Forum: Photos Delhi-NCR - Replies (17)

kindly Post Images Of monsoon Delhi Only Smile Smile Smile Smile

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  Delhi Beautiful Pics
Posted by: Black Dog - 18-10-2015, 07:09 PM - Forum: Photos Delhi-NCR - Replies (143)

[Image: 17067185444_30ed6b8b21_b.jpg]view of India Gate in night by prakash thakur, on Flickr

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  National News BJP
Posted by: Black Dog - 18-10-2015, 06:48 PM - Forum: Tracking and Monitoring BJP - Replies (1)

PM Upset Over BJP Leaders' Beef Remarks, Amit Shah Summons Them: Sources

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New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "angry" with party leaders who made incendiary statements in the aftermath of the Dadri killing over beef rumours and party chief Amit Shah today pulled up those involved, sources told NDTV.

Mr Shah reportedly warned them against making such comments and conveyed the PM's views to them, sources said.

Those summoned included Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma, party lawmaker Sangeet Som and controversial party leaders Sakshi Maharaj and Sanjay Baliyan. The leaders' words had triggered controversy, with 42 authors returning their Sahitya Akademi Awards, blaming the mood of "intolerance" in the country.  

The leaders however maintained it was a routine engagement."I came to discuss regional issues and was not asked for any clarification," said Sakshi Maharaj. But when pressed about the agenda, he added, "Every action has a reaction, I had taken action so there was a reaction".

The Prime Minister, who was criticised by the opposition for his silence on the issue, had spoken out  at a rally in Bihar on October 8, a day after President Pranab Mukherjee called for amity. While the PM did not mention Dadri, he had referred to the President's words and underscored that Hindus and Muslims should fight poverty and not each other.

"For politics and petty gains, people are making irresponsible statements. Don't take them seriously. Even if Narendra Modi himself says something like that, don't listen to him," he had said. A day later, he had mentioned Dadri, calling the incident "unfortunate".

But yesterday, key BJP ally Shiromani Akali Dal had demanded that the party leadership must take strict action against those have made "irresponsible statements" on Dadri.

On September 28, a 52-year-old Muslim man was lynched by a mob in Dadri over rumours of cow slaughter and beef consumption. Forensic tests later proved that the meat found stored in his home was mutton and not beef.  

But in the aftermath of the incident, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma described the lynching as an "accident". Party lawmaker Sangeet Som had visited Dadri, where he claimed that "cow killers" were rescued by the Akhilesh Yadav government. Mr Khattar was quoted as saying that Muslims here must give up beef and Sakshi Maharaj had demanded death penalty for cow slaughter.

The opposition Congress mocked the BJP's move, with party spokesperson Sanjay Jha tweeting,

[Image: b86bfee431fbd3f7da04d6ccfe894982_bigger.jpeg] Sanjay Jha Verified account @JhaSanjay
BJP must be the only political party that makes PR out of exercising the whip on their bad boys. It just proves one thing; it's all PR!

source: http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/pm-modi-u...es-1233497

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