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Friday, November 30, 2012

Is net-usage a crime? SC asks states to explain FB arrests - Oneindia News

Is net-usage a crime? SC asks states to explain FB arrests - Oneindia News


Woman molested inside Howrah bus - The Times of India

Woman molested inside Howrah bus - The Times of India


UN votes to recognise Palestine state

The Hindu : Today's Paper / IN SCHOOL : UN votes to recognise Palestine state


Algeria: Do you know where Algeria is? It is an Arab country in Maghreb region of Africa. It is the tenth largest country in the world and its capital is Algiers. The vegetation of Algeria is varied and there are mountainous as well as desert regions in it. Algeria has a rich tradition of Arabic literature. Among other things, the Nobel laureate French writer Albert Camus was born in Algeria. Algeria’s primary military suppliers are the former Soviet Union and People’s Republic of China.


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Laika is the name of the first dog to be sent to outer space. She was a stray dog who underwent treatment with two others and was selected to be the hero of the first space flight to carry a living being. Unfortunately she did not live to bark out her story. She probably died within a few hours of take-off due to overheating. However her journey paved the way for manned space flight and a monument was erected in honour of this dog in 1980.


GDP growth dips to 5.3 % in Q2

The Hindu : Today's Paper / BUSINESS : GDP growth dips to 5.3 % in Q2


A step closer to Palestine

The Hindu : Today's Paper / OPINION : A step closer to Palestine


PALESTINE RECOGNIZED AS A STATE BY UNO BY MAJORITY VOTES



65 years, two resolutions, two states


Aimed at correcting a historical mistake, says a former Israeli lawmaker
The black-and-white photos showed masses of people yearning for independence, celebrating a vote recognising a state in Palestine. It was a day that generations of pupils would be taught to remember with reverence — November 29.

The jubilant revellers were Jews, the year was 1947, and the vote was held in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

The Palestinians rejected the partition plan, which called for Jewish and Arab states to be established after the imminent expiration of the British rule over Palestine. The outraged Arabs soon started a war they eventually lost.

Sixty-five years later, the tables somewhat reversed — Palestinians turned to the General Assembly for a second chance and it is the Israelis who dismissed the vote, which resoundingly upgraded the Palestinians’ U.N. status, as a symbolic trifle.

The irony of the date was not lost on the Israelis.

“We are the best teachers of the Palestinian people in their struggle for independence,” wrote Eitan Haber, a veteran columnist for the Yedioth Ahronot daily. “They have studied carefully the history of the Zionist movement.”

While it’s true that Thursday’s vote won’t immediately create a state of Palestine, it will give the Palestinians a boost, elevating their status from U.N. observer to non-member observer state like that of the Vatican.

The resolution upgrading the Palestinians’ status was approved by a vote of 138 to 9, with 41 abstentions, in the 193-member world body.

Anton Salman, a resident of the Palestinian city of Bethlehem in the West Bank, said he hoped international recognition would mark the beginning of a new period that “will begin to build a real state and to recognize our identity as a people with a state and land”.

The vote recognises a Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem, the lands Israel captured in the 1967 Mideast war.

This represents far less territory than the Palestinians were offered on November 29, 1947, when the U.N. General Assembly passed Resolution 181.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in a rare moment of candour, admitted in an Israeli TV interview last year that the Arab world erred in rejecting the plan. “It was our mistake. It was an Arab mistake as a whole,” he said at the time.

Resolution 181 called for the partition of the British-ruled Palestine Mandate into a Jewish state and an Arab state — 33 countries voted in favour, 13 against and 10 abstained.

The resolution was accepted by the Jews of Palestine and set off jubilant celebrations. In a whiff of nostalgia, Israeli TV on Thursday aired grainy footage from that day of people dancing in the streets. Israeli radio interviewed Israeli seniors about their recollections from that day.

It was a strikingly different Israel from today, a place where only several hundred thousand Jews lived, most of them European.

After the vote, ecstatic Palestinians in Ramallah and other West Bank towns waved flags, danced in the streets and set off fireworks.

A group of Israeli peace activists held a rally Thursday to support the Palestinian bid in front of the old Tel Aviv Museum, where Israel’s independence was declared in May 1948.
“The choice of date is not accidental. It’s aimed at correcting a historical mistake,” said Mossi Raz, a former Israeli lawmaker and veteran activist.

“Sixty-five years ago, the United Nations decided to establish a Jewish state and an Arab state ... but it never happened. Today we are completing a historic decision with the establishment of Palestine.” — AP



IK GUJRAL: Politician who was gentleman first

The Hindu : Today's Paper / OPINION : Politician who was gentleman first


Mamata bid to placate Singur farmers

The Hindu : NATIONAL / NEW DELHI : Mamata bid to placate Singur farmers


Professor hails Court decision on Section 66 A

The Hindu : Today's Paper / NATIONAL : Professor hails Court decision on Section 66 A


Supreme Court notice to Centre, States on 66A

The Hindu : Today's Paper / NATIONAL : Supreme Court notice to Centre, States on 66A


December 1, 1962

The Hindu : Today's Paper / NATIONAL : (dated December 1, 1962)


SIKHA MITRA, MLA FILES DEFAMATION SUIT AGAINST PARTHA CHATTERJEE

MAMATA GIVES FALSE ASSURANCE TO THE UNWILLING FARMERS OF SINGUR

MAMATA SAYS SOMETHING AND DOES OPPOSITE

MAMATA IGNORES JUSTICE MARKANDEY KATJU, CHAIRMAN, PRESS COUNCIL OF INDIA


Dear Mamataji,

You must have learnt that the Chief Minister of Maharashtra has ordered the suspension of the police officers who ordered the arrest of the Mumbai girl who posted on Facebook her objection to the shutdown of Mumbai on the death of Bal Thackeray.

I request you to do the same to the policemen who ordered and implemented the arrest of Prof. Mahapatra of Jadavpur University and Siladitya Choudhari, and you should immediately withdraw the cases against them and apologize to them.You should also immediately restore Damyanti Sen, the upright police officer, whom you wrongly victimized,and you should openly apologize to her for your wrong. We are all human beings and we all make mistakes, but a gentleman is one who realizes his mistake and apologizes. You should also apologize to Tanya Bharadwaj whom you insulted on the CNN IBN show.

I can assure you that if you do so you will go up in the esteem of the people of West Bengal, and indeed the whole country.

From what I could gather during my visits to Kolkata, your Ministers and bureaucrats are afraid to speak out their minds fearlessly before you, and are terrorized by your unpredictable and whimsical behaviour. To say the least, this is a very unhealthy state of affairs, and you will not be able to remain as Chief Minister for long unless you change your ways and become more tolerant. 

Kautilya has said in the Arthashastra that a successful ruler is one who appoints good advisers, and listens to their advice. Of course, after listening to their advice it is ultimately for you to take the final decision, but your advisers should feel free to express their opinions fearlessly. In this connection I may mention that Sardar Patel, the first Union Home Minister, told his Secretaries (senior I.C.S. officers ) that they should express their views freely, even if their view is totally different from his own, and he would never take offence. In fact if they do not express their views freely they were of no use to him. This is the way you should also conduct yourself.

It is still not too late for you if you listen to my advice and change your ways. I am your well wisher, and would like you to do well, and in fact, if you remember, I had praised you at one time. But of late you seem to have become increasingly intolerant and whimsical, which is only going to land you in big trouble.

 Regards
 Justice Katju


I K GUJRAL

RABINDRANATH BHATTACHARJEE TO RETIRE FROM POLITICS

SOBHANDEB CHATTOPADHYAY HACKLED BY TMC CRIMINALS

PANSKURA WITNESS SERIOUS FACTIONALISM WITHIN TRINAMOOL CONGRESS

Trinamool minister says he will retire

The Hindu : Today's Paper / NATIONAL : Trinamool minister says he will retire


PRINCIPAL OF SAINTHIA ABHEDANANDA MAHAVIDYALAYA RESIGNS

PANCHAYAT WORKS IN KESHPUR DISTURBED BY GOONS OF MAMATA

Trinamool minister says he will retire

The Hindu : Today's Paper / NATIONAL : Trinamool minister says he will retire


‘Facebook arrests unjustifiable, but law not ultra vires’

The Hindu : Today's Paper News : ‘Facebook arrests unjustifiable, but law not ultra vires’


AMAL HALDAR AT RUPNRAYANPUR

GIRL CHILD ABANDONED BY PARENTS IN MAHARASHTRA

PITIABLE CONDITION OF ROADS IN WEST BENGAL UNDER TMC RULE

GDP DECLINES

DR. RABINDRANATH MUKHERJEE, CHAIRMAN, HALISAHAR MUNICIPALITY

HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA SENDS NOTICE TO WEST BENGAL GOVERNMENT ON FACEBOOK ARREST

MINISTERS AND BUREAUCRATS OF WEST BENGAL ARE AFRAID OF MAMATA BANERJEE

HALDIA MUNICIPALITY UNDER ATTACK BY GOONS OF MAMATA

KILLING OF OWN SISTER IN THE NAME OF HONOUR

MAMATA GETS EXPOSED IN 18 MONTHS OF HER MISRULE

KATJU ADVISES MAMATA BANERJEE TO CONTROL HERSELF

JUSTICE MARKANDEY KATJU ASKS MAMATA BANERJEE TO RESTORE DAMYANTI SEN, THE UPRIGHT POLICE OFFICER

I.K. Gujral, author of key foreign policy doctrine, dies at 92

The Hindu : Today's Paper News : I.K. Gujral, author of key foreign policy doctrine, dies at 92


U.N. vote makes Palestine an observer state

The Hindu : Today's Paper News : U.N. vote makes Palestine an observer state


Thursday, November 29, 2012

U.N. VOTE RECOGNISES STATE OF PALESTINE; U.S. OBJECTS















CONVERSION OF CHRISTIANS IN BIRBHUM BY VISWA HINDU PARISHAD

BECHARAM-RABINDRANATH BHATTACHARJEE

CONVERSION OF CHRISTIANS IN BIRBHUM BY VISWA HINDU PARISHAD

DANGEROUS GOVERNMENT IN WEST BENGAL

TMC LEADER BEATEN INSIDE KOLKATA UNIVERSITY

SOVANDEB CHATTOPADHYAY HACKLED BY HIS OWN PARTY MEN



KHET MAZDOORS OF BANKURA LEAVE THEIR VILLAGES IN SEARCH OF JOB

EXTORTION BY LEADERS OF TRINAMOOL CONGRESS

BIRTH DAY OF FREDRICK ENGELS OBSERVED IN KOLKATA ON 28TH NOVEMBER, 2012

8TH CONFERENCE OF ALL INDIA COAL WORKERS' FEDERATION BEING HELD AT MAITHON, JHARKHAND

MAMATA WANTS TO WIN PANCHAYAT ELECTIONS BY FORCE AND FRAUDULENT METHOD

WEST BENGAL: SIMULTANEOUS HAPPENINGS

INDIA TO OBSERVED GENERAL STRIKE ON 20TH AND 21ST FEBRUARY, 2013 AGAINST ANTI-PEOPLE POLICIES OF UPA GOVERNMENT

MANIK SARKAR, TRIPURA CHIEF MINISTER, ADDRESSES HUGE YOUTH RALLY AT AGARTALA


PEOPLE OF GOURBAZAR, INDPUR HAVE NO FOOD TO EAT

BRIDGE ON TUNGI RIVER, MURSHIDABAD

COAL WORKERS ON THE PATH OF UNITED STRUGGLE


MADAN BHUIYAN

NOVEMBER REVOLUTION OBSERVED IN CHAKDAH, NADIA

DAY TO DAY HAPPENINGS IN WEST BENGAL

NEW THINKING OF BARAK OBAMA