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Friday, July 11, 2008

KASHMIR KI KALI OF 1964,SUBHASH KANU PRIYA MUKHOPADHAYA AND BRITISH COMMON WEALTH THIEVES PLO -1964 IN JERUSALEM
































Kashmir Ki Kali

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Kashmir Ki Kali (1964)



Kashmir Ki Kali (1964)

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Plot summary for

Kashmir Ki Kali (1964)

Rajiv has come of age; his now-dead father had built up a flourishing business and had become a millionaire, and his widowed Mother wants to keep Rajiv on the straight and narrow. The best way would be to find him a good wife to encourage him to settle down. But Rajiv is having none of it, and runs off to the family's summer house in Srinagar to enjoy life. But en route he has to stay overnight at a country inn because of a bridge collapse. Mr Mohan is staying there for the same reason, with a group of girls her was taking to the fair in Srinagar. Rajiv has to sleep under the stairs, and during the night Champa spills some water on him; they talk, but she keeps her distance. The next day they meet again by chance, and when she sees he is driving a big car, she is cool with him; when she thought he was poor, he was attractive, but now that she thinks he is rich, she is put off. He tells her that he is the driver for a rich man, and she talks to him some more. At Srinagar, he finds that his valet has hired out his house for the season to some girls, and he has to find accommodation in the town. The romance between Champa and Rajiv develops, to the chagrin of the nasty Mohan, who himself has designs on her. Champa?s father Dinu is persuaded to forbid Champa to go to the fair with Rajiv, as she had planned. But Rajiv is not so easily thwarted, and dressed as a female in purdah, he gets a lift on the truck that is taking the girls. A song and dance number on the back of the moving truck then takes place. Mohan persists in alarming Dinu, who is blind, about Champa's intentions, and it emerges that Dinu is not the natural father of Champa, but that he kidnapped her as a baby from a rich Delhi merchant. The name of the merchant was ... well, walls have ears and that must remain a secret for now. Who can the merchant have been? Written by Hazel Freeman-MEHBOOBA MUFTI

Wealthy and pampered Rajivlal is the only son of widowed Rani Maa. She would like him to get married and starts receiving proposals from all over the country. She meets with and interviews various prospective brides, and picks one for him, only to have him reject her. To escape her wrath, he runs off to their bungalow in Kashmir together with his friend, Chander. Upon arrival, he finds that his Estate Manager, Bholaram, has made a Hotel out of their bungalow and has even rented out some rooms for the season. He confronts the Manager, and both compromise. He meets Champa, who sells flowers for a living, and both in love. They plan to marry, but surprisingly Champa's dad, Dinu, is opposed to this marriage. To complicate matters even more, Rajivlal finds out that he is not the son of Rani Maa, and he goes about to find his real identity. It is now up to Rani Maa to find out why Dinu is refusing to permit Champa to marry Rajivlal, and who his real parents are?





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26- TO -62

6-2-1991


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Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary;[1] born 21 April 1926) is the Queen regnant of 16 independent states and their overseas territories and dependencies. Though she holds each crown and title separately and equally, she is resident in and most directly involved with the United Kingdom, her oldest realm. She can trace her lineage through the royal houses of England and Wessex for over fifteen hundred years, and can also claim descent from the House of Stuart in Scotland. She ascended the thrones of seven countries in February 1952 on the death of her father King George VI. (See Context below.)

In addition to the United Kingdom, Elizabeth II is also Queen of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis, in each of which she is represented by a Governor-General. The 16 countries of which she is Queen are known as Commonwealth realms, and their combined population, including dependencies, is over 129 million. In theory her powers are vast; in practice (and in accordance with convention) she herself rarely intervenes in political matters. In the United Kingdom at least, however, she is known to take an active behind-the-scenes interest in the affairs of state, meeting regularly to establish a working relationship with her government ministers.



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October 1, 2003 – January 30, 2004

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Elizabeth II holds a variety of other positions, among them Head of the Commonwealth, Supreme Governor of the Church of England, Duke of Normandy, Lord of Mann, and Paramount Chief of Fiji. Her long reign has seen sweeping changes in her realms and the world at large, perhaps most notably the dissolution of the British Empire (a process that began in the last years of her father's reign) and the consequent evolution of the modern Commonwealth of Nations.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Bourne

Samuel Bourne (1834–24 April 1912) was a British photographer known for his work in India.

The studio business prospered, and in 1866, they opened a second branch in Calcutta. In 1867 he went briefly back to England, in order to marry Mary Tolley, daughter of a wealthy Nottingham businessman; and they both returned to India again later that year, where he continued to travel around the country, producing some 500 more fine images, before departing from Bombay to return permanently to England, in November 1870. His work as travelling landscape and architectural photographer for Bourne & Shepherd studios was taken over by Colin Murray, who continued taking fine images of India, in a very similar style, and later went on to take over the management of the business.

Bourne settled back in Nottingham, where he founded a cotton-doubling business, in partnership with his brother-in-law J.B. Tolley. Some time shortly after his return to England, he sold off his interests in Bourne and Shepherd studios, and from then on, had nothing more to do with commercial photography; however his archive of some 2,200 glass plate negatives remained with the studio, and were constantly re-printed and sold, over the following 140 years, until their eventual destruction, in a fire at Bourne & Shepherd’s present studio in Calcutta,

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He became a very successful and prosperous Nottingham businessman; founding the Britannia Cotton Mills, and becoming a local magistrate. Although continuing to photograph as a relaxation, and belonging to the local Photographic Society, much of his creative energy from this time onwards was devoted to water-colour painting. He died in Nottingham on 24th April 1912.

Bourne is justly regarded as one of the finest landscape and travel photographers of 19th century India; combining a fine eye for composition with high technical expertise. He wrote extensively about his travels in the Himalayas (one of the very few photographers in India to do so), in a long series of letters, which appeared in The British Journal of Photography, between 1863 and 1870.

BINDI HINDU NAARI KI JWALANT ABHYAVAYAKTI HAI

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Sawan Ko Aane Do (1979)

http://www.judis.nic.in/supremecourt/qrydisp.aspx?filename=9242

PETITIONER:

UNION OF INDIA AND ANOTHER



Vs.



RESPONDENT:

TULSIRAM PATEL AND OTHERS



DATE OF JUDGMENT-11/07/1985





































BENCH:

MADON, D.P.

BENCH:

MADON, D.P.

CHANDRACHUD, Y.V. ((CJ)

TULZAPURKAR, V.D.

PATHAK, R.S.

THAKKAR, M.P. (J)






















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Murder Most Foul, Redux




Nilanjana S Roy / New Delhi July 08, 2008, 0:29 IST






It's said that murder will out, and it is a mixed blessing when it does so in fiction. Yesterday's lurid headlines often become tomorrow's pulp bestseller, and there's precedence for Vikas Swarup's Six Suspects.



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Haqeeqat (1964)



Saturday, April 12, 2008

22 YEAR OLD MANU SHARMA IS 1977 BORN AND IMPLICATED TO UNSEAT HIS FATHER VINOD SHARMA INC



The London Stock Exchange is in the heart of the City of London.

Address: 10 Paternoster Square, London, EC4M 7LS

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7797 1000

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

1972

Her Majesty the Queen opens the Exchange's new 26-storey office block with its 23,000sq ft trading floor.

O.P. Bhatt appointed SBI Chairman

Our Bureau



MR O.P. BHATT

Mumbai , June 30

Mr O.P. Bhatt, Managing Director, State Bank of India, has been appointed Chairman of the bank. The five-year term of Mr Bhatt will expire in March 2011. His will be the longest tenure as SBI chairman in the recent past.

Mr Bhatt took charge as the Managing Director, in-charge of national banking at SBI in April. Prior to this he was the MD, State Bank of Travancore.

Mr T.S. Bhattacharya, the other SBI MD, was appointed as acting chairman, following the retirement of Mr A.K. Purwar as chairman in May. However, Mr Bhattacharya did not have a two-year residual service, necessary for the post of chairman.

The announcement of Mr Bhatt's appointment came on Friday at the SBI annual general meeting in Mumbai.

It was during his tenure as MD of SBT that the bank had implemented core-banking solution in all its branches.

Starting his career as a probationary officer in SBI in 1972, Mr Bhatt held several key assignments in the bank. He served as Managing Director of State Bank of Travancore from January 2005 to April 2006.









HIGH COURT OF DELHI

SHER SHAH ROAD, NEW DELHI

DELHI JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATION, JUNE- 2007

NOTICE

63 JAYA KUMARI KEDIA JAGDISH PRASAD KEDIA 140630113

64 JOGENDER SINGH RAMPARSAD 180630789

65 KAILASH KUMAR BUDH SINGH 120630320 SC

66 KAMALAPATI KASHYAP UMAPATI CHOUDHARY 110630317

67 KAPIL BANATI JITENDER NATH BANATI 110630369

68 KARUNA SHARMA A K SHARMA 110630152

69 KHUSHTER DANISH MOHD GHALIB RASOOL 130630723

70 KRISHNA KUMAR KAMTA BHAKTA 160630280

71 KUMAR KARTIKEYA S N TEWARY 200630006

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72 LATIKA RANA Y P S RANA 130630601



73 MADHU BHATTI D S BHATTI 130630492

74 MANDEEP MITTAL KULDIP SINGH MITTAL 170630521

75 MANISH CHAUHAN RAMBIR SINGH 110630355

76 MANISH KHURANA JAGMOHAN LAL KHURANA 130630752

77 MOHD MUQEEM MOHD SALEEM 180630298

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KUNDAN LAL

GANGA RAM

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KUNWAR BHANU PRATAP

JEETENDAR SINGH

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KUNWAR NAGENDRA

KANHAIYA LAL

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113.00

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130000320

KUSUM LATA

AJMER SINGH

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KUSUM YADAV

KRISHAN KUMAR YADAV

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104.50

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LAKHVIR SINGH

S MEHAR SINGH

OTHERS

85.00

965

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LAKSHITA SETHI

NISHI KANT SETHI

OTHERS

112.50

966

248045

130000085

LAKSHMAN KUMAR VERMA

CHANDRIKA VERMA

OTHERS

109.50

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LAL CHAND

CHANDER PAL SINGH

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79.75

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LALIT KUMAR

JAWAHAR SINGH

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131.75

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LALIT SHARMA

K N SHARMA

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LALIT YADAV

MAHINDER SINGH YADAV

OTHERS

99.75

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DEA RAJ BANSAL

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115.50

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Y P S RANA

OTHERS

133.75

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AJAY SINGH YADAV

OTHERS

90.00

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LOKESH BHOLA

SH D L BHOLA

OTHERS

142.25

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LOKESH GUPTA

KAILASH CHAND GUPTA

OTHERS

151.25

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SUKHBIR SINGH DAHIYA

OTHERS

94.50



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/sourcenewsarchive/161007statebankofindia.htm

The Source



16 October 2007



The Exchange welcomes the State Bank of India







The London Stock Exchange is delighted to welcome Mr.O.P.Bhatt, Chairman of the State Bank of India (SBI) to mark the occasion of the 11th anniversary of the listing of State Bank of India in London. SBI GDRs are currently listed on the Professional Securities Market.



State Bank of India is India’s largest commercial bank in terms of profits, assets, deposits, branches and employees. The bank recently became the first public sector bank to reach a market capitalisation of Rs.1 trillion (USD25 billion) and is one of 10 companies on the Indian bourses with market capitalisation over this figure. SBI is one of the most actively traded shares in India.



SBI is the only Indian bank ranked in the 100 top global banks by the Banker and also the only Indian bank featuring in the Global Fortune 500 companies. SBI is a pre-eminent financial institution in India and has a presence in diverse segments of the Indian financial sector. The SBI Group operates its various businesses through its associates and key subsidiaries.



International banking services of State Bank of India are delivered through a network of 85 offices/branches in 32 countries, spread over all time zones.



Govt to get RBI’s stake in SBI today



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Plot summary for

Mere Huzoor (1968)



New Delhi, June 28

The government will tomorrow buy the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) entire 59.7 per cent stake in the country’s largest lender the State Bank of India (SBI) for more than Rs 35,000 crore in cash. The centre will pick up 31.43 crore equity shares of the RBI with a face value of Rs 10 each on June 29 for a cash payment of Rs 35,351.33 crore, official sources said.

SBI's chairman O. P. Bhatt listens to a question at a press conference in Mumbai on Thursday. SBI announced it would consider a share sale by December-end this year, which may reduce the government's stake in the state-run bank to 51 per cent.
SBI's chairman O. P. Bhatt listens to a question at a press conference in Mumbai on Thursday. SBI announced it would consider a share sale by December-end this year, which may reduce the government's stake in the state-run bank to 51 per cent. — AFP photo

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Janbaaz (1986)

Janbaaz


















PLEASE SEE THESE CHILDREN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH.THEY ARE INTELLIGENT AND TOTALLY DEPENDENT .

SEE THE FEAR IN THE EYES OF MY SISTER'S DAUGHTER- DAMINI AND THE GLOBE AND EGG RATTLES ; IN SLEEPING ANEESH'S HANDS WHICH I HAD PUT TO TAKE THE PHOTOGRAPH TO EXEMPLIFY DAYANAND'S STATEMENT OF LORD SHIVA NOT SAVING HIS DEVOTEES OR THE WORLD OR A MOTHER OR A WIFE -

-WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE?


THE PRODUCT OF EGGS AND SURROGACY-TO BETRAY THEIR PARENTS IN OLD AGE ?

-TO KILL THEM?








THEN WHEN I KNEW ABOUT THIS FILTH -WHY SHOULD I HAVE ALLOWED A CLONED DAYANAND TO SURVIVE AND EDUCATE AND FEED HIM WITH MY MONEY?FOR WHAT? SO THAT A GROWN UP ANEESH AT THE AGE OF 18 WOULD CLAIM A BEDROOM ROTTER TO BE HIS EGG DNA MOTHER AND KILL ME OR GET ME CLASSIFIED AS MAD ?





THESE ARE THE TRAITORS AND THIEVES WHO MAKE THE BLUE COLOR OF MY SHIVA AS A LIE BY MIXING IT WITH WHITE AND USING IT AS A BACKGROUND FOR FILTHY WOMEN READY TO OCCUPY THE HOUSE AND BEDS WHICH ARE NOT THEIRS BY TREACHERY AND BIGOTRY -THESE WOMEN ARE WIVES?THEY ARE MOTHERS- WHOSE EGGS WERE EXTRACTED FROM THE FORE SKIN OF THEIR VAGINAS WHEN THEY WERE 13?















THAT IS WHY I HAVE PUT A WHITISH -PINK GLOBE RATTLE IN ANEESH'S HANDS-WHERE WAS HIS EGG MOTHER WHEN HE WAS SO HELPLESS THAT I COULD HAVE SNUFFED OUT HIS LIFE WITH THE SAME WHITISH BLUE PILLOW BENEATH HIS HEAD ,WHICH IS THE TRADEMARK OF HIS FILTHY GUTTER FATHER'S CUNT CULT?



























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STATE BANK IS A PUBLIC SECTOR BANK RESPONSIBLE TOWARDS ITS EMPLOYEES AND THE FINANCIAL HEALTH OF THE COUNTRY .

IT IS NOT THE BAAP KA MAAL OF LONDON AND HAS BRANCHES ALL OVER THE WORLD SUBJECT TO KUT NITI OF THE FOREIGN/EXTERNAL AFFAIRS MINISTRY OF INDIA -ANSWERABLE TO THE WORLD.

PLEASE DECLARE THE LARGE AMOUNTS BEING GIVEN TO BIG COMPANIES AND THEIR RATE OF RETURN TO THE BANK BEFORE ANNOUNCING THE MERGER ;IN YOUR ANNUAL REPORT.

HONORABLE; EDUCATED AND VIRTUOUS

WOMEN ARE NOT CAMELS TO BE KILLED FOR THEIR BODIES.

THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SOMEONE'S

BLOOD DAUGHTER AND HAVE BRAINS -YOU CUNT LICKING BASTARDS.

























































































www.bollywoodblog.com/tags/Fardeen-Khan/



Fardeen KhanBombay: 29 Mar 2005/Sawf News Service/ --

Come 2006, and style-icon actor

Fardeen Khan is scheduled to marry Natasha Madhwani,

daughter of yesteryear-sexy actress



Mumtaz (heroine of many hits with her

co-star Rajesh Khanna)



and

London business tycoon Mayur Madhwani.



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Personal Profile (Personal Biography)

Date of Birth (Birthday): 25 September, 1939

Fardeen Khan to face trial for drug possession



Sunday, 27 Jan 2008

Trouble is once again brewing for Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan for he will have to face trial for possession of banned substance after the Bombay High Court rejected his application on Thursday for undergoing detoxification.



Khan, who was arrested in May 2001 by Narcotics Control Bureau in suburban Juhu when he was allegedly about to buy one gram of cocaine from a drug peddler, had approached the HC for detoxification after sessions court rejected his application in September 2006



Khan had sought immunity from facing trial by admitting that he was purchasing cocaine for personal consumption as he was an addict and was willing to undergo medical treatment in any government institution.



Justice SC Dharmadhikari rejected his application stating that "there was no material on record except the statement of the applicant (Khan) to hold that he is an addict and that his involvement in the offence is to the extent of only small quantity purchase."



The court has however granted liberty to Khan to reapply in the session's court with proper material to show that he is an addict and that the cocaine was for self consumption.



Khan had approached the HC to undergo detoxification as allowed under section 64(A) of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act which permits immunity from prosecution. The NDPS Act permits an accused to apply for detoxification under section 64(A) if he is found in possession of small quantity of drugs for personal consumption. If the court is satisfied that he has successfully undergone detoxification, the prosecution may withdraw charges.



The section states that an "addict" can claim immunity from prosecution if he voluntarily agrees to undergo complete medical treatment. If he comes out clean than he does not have to face trial, Public prosecutor Poornima Kantharia had argued while opposing Khan's plea.



Under the Act, the accused has to prove that he is an addict to claim immunity, which the actor failed to do.



Khan had failed to prove through any documentary evidence that he had undergone any medical treatment earlier following which he has come over his addiction.



Khan had admitted that he had purchased one gram of cocaine on four to five occasions to overcome work stress. "That would not make him an addict and show that he is dependent on drugs. Merely on his statement it cannot be concluded that it was for personal consumption," said Kantharia.



Khan was arrested in May 2001 by Narcotics Control Bureau in suburban Juhu when he was allegedly about to buy one gram of cocaine from a drug peddler. He was released on bail later.



The NCB had seized nine grams of cocaine from the peddler Nasir Khan who told police that the actor wanted to buy just one gram of cocaine for personal consumption. However, the chargesheet against him has said Khan was in possession of nine grams and not one gram of cocaine.



Sunday, June 1, 2008

TERROR FUNDING BUILDER MAFIA OF OSAMA AND ELIZABETH ENGLAND 1937 ARYA SAMAJ/ARTICLE 370 OF KASHMIR AND INA TRIAL SECTION 109





On Sat, 7/5/08, mamta kalra

From: mamta kalra



Subject: GROSS MISCARRIAGE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND WORKERS

RIGHTS IN THE PRIYAMVADA BIRLA WILL CASE BY THE SUPREME COURT



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Date: Saturday, July 5, 2008, 9:56 PM
wrote:



TO,

THE EDITOR

MAIL TODAY



DATED 1ST APRIL TUESDAY ,PAGE 6



GENERALIZING FROM THE UNIQUE.

IT IS A MATTER OF PRINCIPAL THAT THE SUPREME COURT DRAWS UPON REFERENCES FROM CASES JUDGED BY THEIR LONG RETIRED ESTEEMED COLLEAGUES WHO MADE JUDGMENTS ACCORDING TO

:-

1.THE PREVALENT CONDITIONS AT THAT TIME

2.THE RULING GOVERNMENT

3.THE RULING INDUSTRIALISTS

4.THE INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CRIME SCENARIO.



IT IS A MATTER OF POLICY WHICH WE CANNOT CHANGE.



BUT WE MUST NOT FORGET THAT BE IT ANCIENT TIMES OF DURYODHAN AND YUDHISHTRA OR THE MORE RECENT TIMES OF SANJAY DUTT /HRITIK ROSHAN OR ADVANIJI /SONIA GANDHI -IF WE CATEGORIZE THEM UNDER THE HEADS OF STARS OR POLITICS AND THEN DRAW REFERENCES IT WOULD BE THE WORST MALFEASANCE /MISDEMEANOR .

EACH HUMAN BEING IS UNIQUE , HIS/HER CIRCUMSTANCES UNIQUE AND THE FAMILY WHICH THEY BELONG TO UNIQUE.

HOW CAN WE COMPARE THE INHERITANCE OF A BANKER’S NON -WORKING WIFE TO THE INHERITANCE OF AN INDUSTRIAL EMPIRE WHICH IS FEEDING SO MANY MOUTHS AND FUNDING SO MANY CHARITIES?

IT WOULD BE COMPLETE FAILURE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AS IN THE CASE OF PRIYAMVADA BIRLA WHO HAD NO RIGHT TO WILL A PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE EMPLOYEES IT WAS FEEDING AND THE CHARITIES IT WAS FUNDING -TO A FOREIGN COMPANY.

LODHA IS A UNITED KINGDOM SPONSORED MERCENARY GROUP WHO WILL TREAT THE EMPLOYEES OF THE COMPANY IN THE SAME WAY AS STERLITE OWNED BALCO HAS TREATED ITS EMPLOYEES IN CHATTISGARH –DEPRIVING THEM EVEN OF THEIR VRS AMOUNTS.

THE ENTIRE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND SUPREME COURT WILL LOSE ITS CREDIBILITY AND PEOPLE WILL TAKE LAW IN THEIR OWN HANDS RESULTING IN CHAOS AND RIOTING.

IT WOULD BE SETTING A MOST CRIMINAL PRECEDENT WHEREIN FAMILY MEMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL HOUSES WILL BEQUEATH INDIAN ASSETS TO FOREIGN FIRMS WITHOUT ANY AGREEMENT WITH THEM AS TO THE WELFARE OF THE EMPLOYEES OR ITS PHILANTHROPIC COMMITMENTS.



ACCORDING TO THE 1982 WILL ; M.P. BIRLA CLEARLY SPECIFIED HIS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY AS A BIRLA SON/SCION TO THEIR EMPLOYEES AND PHILANTHROPIC ENDEAVORS.



NOTHING OF THIS SORT WAS SEEN TO IN THE PRIYAMVADA BIRLA WILL AND THE SUPREME COURT SAYS THAT A PERSON CAN BEQUETH AT WILL AND CRIMINAL DESIRE?



MADAME PRIYAMVADA WAS NO ORDINARY HOUSEWIFE WHO WOULD HAVE BEEN ON THE STREETS WITHOUT HER FAMILY’S HELP NOR WAS SHE BEQUEATHING:-

1.AN EARNED PROPERTY.

2.HER MATERNAL/’PATERNAL ANCESTRAL PROPERTY.

3.HER CHILDREN’S PROPERTY.

4.HER RELIGIOUS PROPERTY.



HOW CAN A WOMAN HOLDING THE REINS OF AN INDUSTRIAL EMPIRE WHICH BELONGED TO AN ILLUSTRIOUS FAMILY AND WAS HERS ONLY BY VIRTUE OF BEING SOME’ONE’S WIFE ; GIFT IT TO A FOREIGN CONCERN?



PLEASE REASON AND JOIN IN THE FIGHT FOR JUSTICE IN THIS CASE.



MADAME PRIYAMVADA SERVES AS NO ROLE MODEL FOR ANY CATEGORY OF WOMEN TODAY –EDUCATED /NON EDUCATED;WORKING /HOUSEWIFE; SINGLE MOTHER;OR JUST A LIVE IN.



THE SUPREME COURT HAS DONE GROSS INJUSTICE IN THIS CASE AND THE ISSUE OF ACCOUNTABILITY RAISES ITS UGLY HEAD AS WELL AS JUDGES ASSETS . PLEASE REFER TO.

Friday, March 28, 2008

1997MODUS OPERANDI OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME -IPC SECTION 503,506 ,507-CRIMINAL INTIMIDATION AND OPEN DEFIANCE OF LAW BY USING HEINOUS SYMBOLS

TOMORROW SONIA GANDHI WILL BEQUEATH INDIA TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AS BAAP KA MAAL ?



MAMTA DHODY

1513,OUTRAM LANE

MUKHERJEE NAGAR

DELHI-9





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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Psychological Terrorism

http://cisf.nic.in/eng_ver.htm

Central Industrial Security Force was set up under an act of parliament on 10th March, 1969 with a strength of around 2.800 personnel Subsequently, CISF was made an Armed Force of the union by an act of the parliament passed 15th June 1983. Today it is one of the largest Paramilitary Force of the nation with a strength of over 1,04,462 personnel.



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Bandish (1996)Hindi



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Film Name - BANDISH Production Year - 1996 Language - Hindi Genre - Action Producer - Prakash Jha Director - Prakash Jha Music Director - Anand Milind Star Cast - Jackie Shroff, Juhi Chawla, Shilpa Shirodkar, Paresh Rawal, Kadar Khan



Director:Prakash Jha

Release Date:23 February 1996 (India)



























































































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NATURE'S CASINO

http://www.topnews.in/sbi-plans-merge-all-associate-bank

-march-2009-29936

SBI plans to merge all associate bank by March 2009

The country’s largest commercial bank, State Bank of India has announced that the bank plans to merge all the associate banks with itself by March 2009. The move comes at a time when SBI is gearing up for a rights issue which, at an estimated Rs 17,000 crore, is one of the biggest mop ups from the domestic capital markets. The bank is looking to consolidate its position as a global giant with its balance sheet expected to grow manifold. SBI had earlier this month approved merger of State Bank of Saurashtra with itself.

Mr. O P Bhatt, Chairman, SBI said, “Once we get the cabinet nod for merger of State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH), it will set the ball rolling for the merger of the other associate banks. The issue of consolidation of associate banks was taken up only by the boards of SBI and SBH. The boards of other banks have not been sounded about the merger plans.”

SBI has 100% stake in three associate banks — SBH, SBP and SBS —while in others its equity holding ranges from 75% to 98%.

Mr. Bhatt further added, “Once the SBI-SBH merger is through, the consolidation of other entities should not take long as most of the ground work has been done and only the execution is left and It has to happen before March 2009.”

The associate banks are State Bank of Patiala, State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Indore, State Bank of Saurashtra and State Bank of Mysore. The associate banks have together posted a year-on-year growth of 16.85 per cent in net profit at the end of September 2007.

G D Nadaf, General Secretary, All India State Bank Officer's Federation's (AISBOF) said, “The decision of the board to meet on January 25, to consider the merger, is quite unilateral. The federation along with the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) and State Bank of India Staff Federation (AISBISF) will meet on January 3, where we will discuss the merger issue and the future course of the protest."

Sources said, once the proposed mergers are completed, SBI’s asset size will become more than double of ICICI Bank. The private sector banking major ICICI Bank is currently the closest competitor to SBI.

The Bank presently holds market cap worth Rs. 1,26,206 crore, PE Ratio of 22.56. The stock is fairly priced with an EPS of 106.32 and BV of 594.69. The firm had showed a net profit of Rs 1611 crore for the quarter ended September 2007 as against Rs. 1184 crore in same quarter of last year.

At 12:30 PM, the share was trading at Rs 2397 on NSE, up by 3% with previous close of Rs. 2334. It touched an intraday high of Rs 2413 and low of Rs 2351.





Monday, January 7, 2008

INTRODUCTION OF FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY TO THE LAW AND JUDICIARY OF INDIA BY INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT OF 1872 -CLAUSE 45 "OPINION OF EXPERTS" PIL SC





PIL IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA FOR A REGULATORY BODY FOR BANK FRAUDS AND MOUNTING NPAS IN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS.

To,

The Chief Justice of India

Supreme Court of India

India.

Dated 13-12-2007.

This is a public Interest Litigation on behalf of Public Sector Banks with the threat of Islamic Banking looming large ,which is not only interest free banking ,but will bring with it all terrorist funding to India.Please peruse through article submitted.Please see that the State Bank of India is heaving under massive NPAS and on the other side is the threat of Islamic banking ,both resulting in gross misappropriation of Public funds .The spirit of nationalization of banks was minimum investment in speculation and quote:-

“use of bank credit for speculative and other non productive purposes to be curbed.”

But in the race of industrialization and entry of foreign Banks in India ,this was lost.The fact however loomed large and clear that NPAS mounted with speculation.

The public interest litigation after perusal through documents submitted is :-

That the Supreme Court of India should appoint a:-

1. “Separate regulatory body for matters of Public Sector Banks ,separate Court for NPAS and other such Banking matters for early and easy disposal of Banking matters, fraud ,cases against officers; ect .; with a mandatory panel of experts from the Banking industry comprising of retired CGMS,and other senior authority from all over India as well as the Head Office at Mumbai, like SBI ,Chairman , Mr.A.K.Purwar , hence forth Mr.O.P.Bhatt in 2011 and so on , for a period of say three years.

2.A panel of EXPERTS from the banking industry assisting the courts in matters related to them will not only facilitate the easy disposal of cases ,but also provide employment and security to the senior management ,when they take decisions against mafia controlled business houses especially in the Builder industry , for access to public funds for crime and terror.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CASE SUBMITTED

GANAPATHY UDYOG ---DEFENDANT/ PETITIONER

VERSUS

PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK—PLANITIFF/RESPONDENT 1996 ISJ(BANKING) 435.

The Learned Court will be very much enlightened by this case , and form its own judgement on the issue .Please take necessary action. Report is by the connote of Mr. Surinder Kalra ;Working in State Bank of India with its posting Schedules since marriage in 1985, and presently posted at Personal Banking Division ,Local Head Office ,State Bank of India,11,Parliament Street Branch,New Delhi-110001.

Mamta Dhody Kalra

1513,Outram Lane,

Mukherjee Nagar,

Delhi-9

Ring 011-27605550.

JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY CAN ONLY BE ACHIEVED WHEN EXPERTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE FIELDS,LIKE INSURANCE,BANKING ECT ADVISE THE COURT AS TO THE NATURE OF THE CRIME IN CIVIL CASES AND PSYCHOLOGISTS AS FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGISTS IN CRIMINAL CASES WHERE MENS REA FORMS AN ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT OF THE CRIME.

AS IT IS AFTER THE BREAK UP OF THE SOVIET UNION IN 1991 AS WELL AS THE WARSAW PACT ,AMERICA PROTECTED ITSELF FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL TERRORISM OF BREAKING HOMES BY FANATICAL ISLAMISTS BY INTRODUCING FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY IN ITS JUDICIARY.

THERE IS PROVISION FOR THE SAME IN THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT OF 1872-CLAUSE 45-"OPINION OF EXPERTS".THIS WAS TOLD TO ME BY JUSTICE ADHIKARI OF JABALPUR HIGH COURT WHO SUPPOSEDLY BLEW HIS BRIANS OUT IN 1987 WITH HIS LICENSED REVOLVER ;IN HIS BATHROOM FOR ALLEGED AFFAIR OF HIS WIFE WITH ANOTHER MAN.

BOTH THE HUSBAND AND WIFE WERE RITUALISTIC HONEST PURE WORKING QUALIFIED LAWYERS & BENGALIS ,WHO HAD A LOVING HOME AND KIDS AND THIS REASON FOR DEATH PURPORTED BY THE JABALPUR POLICE AS WELL AS THE INVESTIGATING AGENCIES WAS THE UNKINDEST CUT OF ALL.

IT WAS ON HIS ADVISE AND MY FATHERS EXTREME DEDICATION TO THE COUNTRY,MY GRANDFATHER BEING IN THE ARMY ACCOUNTS OF ORDNANCE CORPS ,JABALPUR,THAT I DID MY POSTGRADUATION IN PURE PSYCHOLOGY AND SUBMITED AT DELHI UNIVERSITY MY SYNOPSIS TO INTRODUCE FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY TO THE LAW AND JUDICIARY OF INDIA TO INTRODUCE ACCOUNTABILITY IN MENS REA JUDGEMENTS WHICH SIMPLY TRANSLATED MEANS "GUILTY MIND"

THIS WAS DONE ON 10-10-2005 WHICH HAPPENS TO BE "MENTAL HEALTH DAY AS ALSO THE LATE FILM MAKER GURUDUTT'S DEATH ANNIVERSARY 10-10-1964-FALLING IN THE SAME YEAR AS NEHRUJI'S DEATH 27-5-1964

THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT, 1872
ACT No.  1 OF 1872*
[15th March, 1872.]
Preamble.
 Preamble.-WHEREAS  it  is  expedient to consolidate,  define  and
amend the law of Evidence;
It is hereby enacted as follows:--
PART I
RELEVANCY OF FACTS




Afterwards, C is prosecuted for bigamy in marrying B during A's

lifetime. C says that she never was A's wife.

The judgment against B is irrelevant as against C.

(c) A prosecutes B for stealing a cow from him. B is convicted.

A afterwards sues C for the cow, which B had sold to him before

his conviction. As between A and C, the judgment against B is

irrelevant.

(d) A has obtained a decree for the possession of land against B.

C, B's son, murders A in consequence.

The existence of the judgment is relevant, as showing motive for

a crime.

1*[(e) A is charged with theft and with having been previously

convicted of theft. The previous conviction is relevant as a fact in

issue.

(f) A is tried for the murder of B. The fact that B prosecuted A

for libel and that A was convicted and sentenced is relevant under

section 8 as showing the motive for the fact in issue.]

44.

Fraud or collusion in obtaining judgment, or incompetency of Court,

may be proved.

44. Fraud or collusion in obtaining judgment, or incompetency of

Court, may be proved.-Any party to a suit or other proceeding may show

that any judgment, order or decree which is relevant under section

40,41 or 42, and which has been proved by the adverse party, was

delivered by a Court not competent to deliver it, or was obtained by

fraud or collusion.

OPINIONS OF THIRD PERSONS WHEN RELEVANT

45.

Opinions of experts.

45. Opinions of experts.-When the Court has to form an opinion

upon a point of foreign law, or of science, or art, or as to identity

of handwriting 2*[or finger impressions], the opinions upon that point

of persons specially skilled in such foreign law, science or art,

3*[or in questions as to identity of handwriting] 2*[or finger

impressions] are relevant facts.

Such persons are called experts.

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1. Ins. by Act 3 of 1891, s. 5.

2. Ins. by Act 5 of 1899, s. 3. For discussion in Council as to

whether " finger impressions" include "thumb impressions," see

Gazette of India, 1898, Pt. VI, p. 24.

3. Ins. by Act 18 of 1872, s. 4.

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Illustrations

(a) The questions is, whether the death of A was caused by

poison.

The opinions of experts as to the symptoms produced by the poison

by which A is supposed to have died, are relevant.

(b) The question is, whether A, at the time of doing a certain

act, was, by reason of unsoundness of mind, incapable of knowing the

nature of the act, or that he was doing what was either wrong or

contrary to law.

The opinions of experts upon the question whether the symptoms

exhibited by A commonly show unsoundness of mind, and whether such

unsoundness of mind usually renders persons incapable of knowing the

nature of the acts which they do, or of knowing that what they do is

either wrong or contrary to law, are relevant.

(c) The question is, whether a certain document was written by A.

Another document is produced which is proved or admitted to have been

written by A.

The opinions of experts on the question whether the two documents

were written by the same person or by different persons, are relevant.

46.

Facts bearing upon opinions of experts.

46. Facts bearing upon opinions of experts.-Facts, not otherwise

relevant, are relevant if they support or are inconsistent with the

opinions of experts, when such opinions are relevant.

Illustrations

(a) The question is, whether A was poisoned by a certain poison.

The fact that other persons, who were poisoned by that poison,

exhibited certain symptoms which experts affirm or deny to be the

symptoms of that poison, is relevant.

(b) The question is, whether an obstruction to a harbour is

caused by a certain sea-wall.

The fact that other harbours similarly situated in other

respects, but where there were no such sea-walls, began to be

obstructed at about the same time, is relevant.

47.

Opinion as to handwriting, when relevant.

47. Opinion as to hand-writing, when relevant.-When the Court has

to form an opinion as to the person by whom any document was written

or signed, the opinion of any person acquainted with the handwriting

of the person by whom it is supposed to be written or signed that it

was or was not written or signed by that person, is a relevant fact.

Explanation.--A person is said to be acquainted with the

handwriting of another person when he has seen that person write, or

when he has received documents purporting to be written by that person

in answer to documents written by himself or under his authority and

addressed to that person, or when, in the ordinary course of business,

documents purporting to be written by that person have been habitually

submitted to him.

25

Illustration

The question is, whether a given letter is in the handwriting of

A, a merchant in London.

B is a merchant in Calcutta, who has written letters addressed to

A and received letters purporting to be written by him. C, is B's

clerk, whose duty it was to examine and file B's correspondence. D is

B's broker, to whom B habitually submitted the letters purporting to

be written by A for the purpose of advising with him thereon.

The opinions of B, C and D on the question whether the letter is

in the handwriting of A are relevant, though neither B, C nor D ever

saw A write.

48.

Opinion as to existence of right or custom, when relevant.

48. Opinion as to existence of right or custom, when relevant.-

When the Court has to form an opinion as to the existence of any

general custom or right, the opinions, as to the existence of such

custom or right, of persons who would be likely to know of its

existence if it existed, are relevant.

Explanation.--The expression "general custom or right" includes

customs or rights common to any considerable class of persons.

Illustration

The right of the villagers of a particular village to use the

water of a particular well is a general right within the meaning of

this section.

49.

Opinion as to usages, tenets, etc., when relevant.

49. Opinion as to usages, tenets, etc., when relevant.-When the

Court has to form an opinion as to--

the usages and tenets of any body of men or family,

the constitution and government of any religious or

charitable foundation, or

the meaning of words or terms used in particular districts

or by particular classes of people,

the opinions of persons having special means of knowledge thereon, are

relevant facts.

50.

Opinion on relationship, when relevant.

50. Opinion on relationship, when relevant.-When the Court has to

form an opinion as to the relationship of one person to another, the

opinion, expressed by conduct, as to the existence of such

relationship, of any person who, as a member of the family or

otherwise, has special means of knowledge on the subject, is a

relevant fact:

Provided that such opinion shall not be sufficient to prove a

marriage in proceedings under the Indian Divorce Act (4 of 1869), or

in prosecutions under sections 494, 495, 497 or 498 of the Indian

Penal Code (45 of 1860).

26

Illustrations

(a) The question is, whether A and B, were married.

The fact that they were usually received and treated by their

friends as husband and wife, is relevant.

(b) The question is, whether A was the legitimate son of B. The

fact that A was always treated as such by members of the family, is

relevant.

51.

Grounds of opinion, when relevant.

51. Grounds of opinion, when relevant.-Whenever the opinion of

any living person is relevant, the grounds on which such opinion is

based are also relevant.

Illustration

An expert may give an account of experiments performed by him for

the purpose of forming his opinion.

CHARACTER WHEN RELEVANT



52.

In civil cases character to prove conduct imputed, irrelevant

52. In civil cases character to prove conduct imputed,

irrelevant.-In civil cases the fact that the character of any person

concerned is such as to render probable or improbable any conduct

imputed to him is irrelevant, except in so far as such character

appears from facts otherwise relevant.

53.

In criminal cases previous good character relevant.

53. In criminal cases previous good character relevant.-In

criminal proceedings the fact that the person accused is of a good

character is relevant.

54.

Previous bad character not relevant, except in reply.

1*[54. Previous bad character not relevant, except in reply.-In

criminal proceedings the fact that the accused person has a bad

character is irrelevant, unless evidence has been given that he has a

good character, in which case it becomes relevant.
















































































Luna TFR – Shaan se bolo “Chal Meri Luna”



India's first moped which made Luna a generic brand. Very convenient to ride with negligible maintenance cost it appealed to the hearts of millions of people across the spectrum.



Luna Superstar – “ Gati Mein Hai Pragati”



Luna Superstar is a 60cc, attractively styled moped. It comes in dazzling dual tone metallic colours and has good power and pick up. The easy to ride factor makes it the perfect vehicle for young boys and girls.



PLEASE SEE THE PHOTO OF THE 27TH DAY AFTER ANEESH'S BIRTH AND THE FIRST DAY HOME IN MIG-22 AFTER SOJOURN IN HOSPITAL ; OF NUPUR ROY CHOWDHARY.

I GOT THE CHINA -SILK RED AND GREEN DRESS MADE ESPECIALLY FOR THE OCCASION.

COMPARE MY GIRTH AFTER CHILDBIRTH TO MY MOTHER AND KALRA IN THE PHOTO.BOTH ARE NOT BOTHERED ABOUT THEIR DEEDS OR THEIR DIET AS THEY HAVE A QUEUE OF DOCTOR'S WAITING FOR THEM WITH OTHER PERSON'S ORGANS,SEEING THE NUMBER OF THEIR OWN RELATIVES THAT THEY HAVE HALAL BUTCHERED TO GET THESE EXCLUSIVE CANNIBAL SERVICES.HOWEVER IT TAKES JUST THREE MINUTES TO DIE WITH A BRAIN STROKE.

Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002


The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA 2002) forms the core of the legal framework put in place by India to combat money laundering. PMLA 2002 and the Rules notified there under came into force with effect from July 1, 2005 . Director, FIU-IND and Director (Enforcement) have been conferred with exclusive and concurrent powers under relevant sections of the Act to implement the provisions of the Act.



The PMLA 2002 and rules notified thereunder impose obligation on banking companies, financial institutions and intermediaries to verify identity of clients, maintain records and furnish information to FIU-IND. PMLA 2002 defines money laundering offence and provides for the freezing, seizure and confiscation of the proceeds of crime.

Download: Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PDF Format)



Important sections of PMLA 2002 in relation to FIU-IND are:









DELHI GOVERNMENT HAS BANNED LUNA ON ROADS.ITS A UTTER DISGRACE WITH SOARING OIL AND OTHER PRICES-ISLAMIC TERRORISM ON INNOCENT WOMEN WHO WOULD LIKE TO START THEIR LIVES ANEW ON A SMALL BUDGET AND CRIMINAL WASTE OF EDUCATED BRAINS.

JUST BECAUSE ISLAMIC WOMEN ARE UNEDUCATED -ISLAM WILL SLIT THE THROATS OF ALL EDUCATED WOMEN OF OTHER RELIGIONS,WHO DO NOT WANT TO COMPLY WITH ACCEPTANCE OF ISLAM

WITH A GUTTER MAN CONVERTED INTO A WOMAN,NEW PAIR -BOTH HOWEVER FLAUNTING THEIR SEXUAL ORGANS AND FEATS?HOW CAN YOU BE A MAN AND STILL FLAUNT YOUR FEMININTY AND GOL-ROUND BOOBS AS ALSO SEXUAL ESCAPADES ?



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1974 The Tatanagar Station outbreak of smallpox, epicentered in Bihar, India.

Bokaro Steel City (In Hindi: बोकारो स्टील सिटि) pronunciation ,Asia's largest labour colony[citation needed] is the home of one of the largest steel plant in India, and several other medium and small industries. It is the district headquarters of the Bokaro district as well as Bokaro divisional range (Bokaro, Dhanbad and Giridih).

Bokaro Steel Plant Main Gate
Bokaro Steel Plant Main Gate

Formerly there was a sleepy village named Maraphari deep in the jungles of ChotaNagpur. The closest village cluster was Chas. Purulia was the closest town and the area was ruled by the Maharaja of Kashipur. Folk lores have it that this area came under Mughal rule by the conquests of Man Singh. The region was named ManBhoom after him (VeerBhoom and SinghBhoom are the neighbouring regions also named after him, Veer Man Singh).

This remote place came into prominence when Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru planned to build the first swadeshi steel plant with the help of the Soviets. The proximity to coal, iron ore, manganese, and other raw materials helped in the selection of this place. The steel plant was originally incorporated as a limited company on 29 January 1964,









and was later merged with SAIL and came to be known as Bokaro Steel Limited(BSL). The late 1960s and early 1970s saw heavy construction of the steel plant as well as the township. The first blast furnace started on 2 October 1972.



CISF Association of 27 June 1979

The members of the CISF Unit at Bokaro had formed an all-India association in March 1979 and Sadanand Jha, was elected as its General Secretary. Thereafter, a country wide agitation was carried on for recognition of the said association. In June 1979 some of the members of the said association were called upon to meet the Home Minister at Delhi. A delegation of the said association went to Delhi. While there ; they staged a demonstration. Some of the demonstrators, including Sadanand Jha, were arrested,but subsequently released on bail. At Bokaro Steel Plant, the agitation which was going on; and assumed aggravated from 27th May, 1979. "Whereas a large group of members of Central Industrial Security Force (hereinafter referred to as the Force) of CISF Unit, Bokaro Steel Ltd.,Bokaro took out processions and raised slogans such as 'INQULAB ZINDABAD';'VARDI VARDI VARDI BHAI BHAI LARKE LENGE PAI PAIJO HAMSE TAKRAYEGE CHOOR CHOOR HO JAYEGA'and'PUNJAB KI JEET HAMARI HAI AAB CISF KI BARI HAI',participating in the gherao of Supervisory Officers, participating hunger strike and 'dharna' near the Quarter Guard and Administrative Building of CISF Unit, Bokaro Steel Ltd., since 27th May 1979 in violation of the provisions of CISF Act,1968. Out of 1900 persons belonging to CISF Unit, Bokaro Steel Plant, Bokaro about 1000 persons participated in the processions and violent demonstrations.The said agitation and the violent activity reached a very serious proportion in the last week of June, 1979 with the result that Army had to be called by the State Authorities on 23.6.1979, so as to restore normalcy in the area. The State Government had also deployed 9 Magistrates to assist the Army authorities as also the CRPF for restoring the normal conditions at the Bokaro Steel Plant. On 24.6.1979, on seeing the arrival of the Army, the agitators started making preparations for armed resistance by putting up sand bags, flood lights and barricades in the CISF Lines.They had gained the control of CISF Lines and the Officers were not allowed to have any access to the Lines or to other ranks of CISF. On 25.6.1979, the Army along with 9 Magistrates took up positions round the CISF Lines in the early hours and called upon the agitators to give up charge of the Armoury. Inspite of giving repeated warnings by the authorities to give up charge of the Armoury, the agitators did not give up arms, but, instead, resorted to violence. The agitators started firing at 0320 hours at the Army. The Army returned the fire. The said exchange of fire continued for 3 hours before the Army could spell out the violent retaliation of the agitators. The said violent exchange of fire resulted in the instant death of one Army Major and 2 more Army personnel were also killed as a result of firing by the CISF personnel.It may also be stated that there were 22/29 deaths in the course of the said pitched battle, which went on for three hours between the violent armed agitators and the Army.









Parashnath Hills - Parasnath Hills are a range of hills located in Giridih district of Jharkhand. The highest peak is 1350 metres. It is one of the most important pilgrimage centre for Jains. They call it Sammet Sikhar. The hill is named after Parasnath, the 23rd Tirthankara. Twenty of the twenty-four Jain Tirthankaras attained salvation on this hill. According to some, nine Tirthakaras attained salvation on this hill. For each of them there is a shrine (gumti or tuk) on the hill. Some of the temples on the hill are believed to be more than 2,000 years old. However, although the place is habited from ancient times, the temples may be of more recent origin. The Santhals call it Marang Buru, the hill of the deity. They celebrate a hunting festival on the full moon day in Baisakh (mid April).
Jagannath Temple, Sector 4
Jagannath Temple, Sector 4





The Hard Core Eunuchs of Kamatipura Ganesh Visarjan



Enrollment No

D/406/2005

Applicant Name

LATIKA RANA

S/O, D/O, W/O

S/O SH.Y.P.S.RANA

Date of Birth

2/18/1977

Permanent Address

97, RAJAN KUNJ, OPP. 6th Bn P.A.C.,ROORKEE ROAD MEERUT-250001

Telephone No

0121-2611093

Temporary Address

A-22, SEC-9, OVERSEAS APPTS, ROHINI DELHI

University

DELHI UNI.

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