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Thursday, November 16, 2017

NTPC to issue tenders for farmers to buy farm stubble

While #AAP & CONgress play blame games over #pollution issue, #BJP regime in center starts plans to buy farm waste and in UP outright bans stubble burning. NTPC to issue tenders for farmers to buy farm stubble http://ift.tt/2zL52tY Delhi air pollution: in big move, Yogi Adityanath orders ban on stubble burning in UP even as Kejriwal, other CMs search for solutions Uttar Pradesh CM has already banned stubble burning in the state and has asked authorities to sprinkle water on roads http://ift.tt/2yKtyYz
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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Guru

Yesterday, I welcomed our Japanese onsite coordinator to our office in Bengaluru, and it actually changed my life. Let me explain what happened. Soon after receiving him at the airport with formal pleasantries, I took him into our company cab, and in no time, we were already chugging along the busy streets of Bengaluru. As expected, we struck into a conversation starting with the weather, and gradually swayed towards topics like development, cleanliness, etc. I think he initially hesitated to say this, but after some familiarity & comfort, he opened up & said that India has good talent but is unfortunately very underdeveloped. I was quick to remind him that India was actually a superpower till the 10th century, and pointed out to him that it's all due to the 500 years of Islamic rule & 300 years of British rule, which broke our civilization, and resulted in such underdeveloped nation. And also, started explaining him about all the breaking India forces like missionaries working overtime to keep our nation backward. As I was explaining him this, we were stuck in a traffic jam & I noticed him keenly observing a guy on the street spitting pan-masala right there. He asked me "You see how that guy made the street dirty? Is it because the Islamic rulers & British imperialists had taught him such habits 500 years ago?". Frankly, I had no answer and tried to mumble something. The very next moment, he saw a vehicle on the other side of the road jumping a traffic signal, leading to chaos & more traffic jam at the other side. He pointed it out to me and asked me "You see how that guy violated the traffic rule & caused a mess? Is it because the British taught him to break rules 300 years ago? Or is it the breaking India agents who are brainwashing him into breaking traffic rules?". My entire body became numb. I couldn't say anything. He told me "You guys seem to be an expert in passing on the blame to everyone else but yourself. It is you people who have no civic sense, no respect for rules, no respect for your surroundings, but you people know how to easily blame everything on some medieval rulers, British rulers, missionaries, breaking India agents etc. How many years has it been since you got independence? 70 years? Look at us. In 1945, our Hiroshima, Nagasaki and almost half of our country was completely destroyed, but within 20 years each of us owned responsibility, and developed. And here, even after 70 years, you guys are busy blaming others while the fault is actually within yourselves?". That's it. I had enough of it. I felt humiliated, really pissed off & remained silent throughout the journey. But at the end of the day, when I mentally revisited everything that happened & introspected, I felt that what he said was right. Unless we stop blaming others, and we ourselves gear up, become disciplined, respect our nation, respect rules, respect our surroundings, etc, we cannot improve. And this change should come from within us.
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Thursday, November 9, 2017

While AAP has been opposing crop burning in Delhi, its own lea...

While #AAP has been blaming center and other states for pollution in Delhi, its own leaders are burning crops in Punjab #aaptard
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Monday, November 6, 2017

The Wire founders Siddharth Varadarajan and M K Venu become butt of all jokes

http://ift.tt/2Aafd8a The Wire founders Siddharth Varadarajan and M K Venu become butt of all jokes The Internet is unforgiving. Recently, the leftist propaganda website, The Wire, which seems to be on a mission to spread innuendoes, lies, propaganda, misrepresentations, and other such canards, has reduced itself to a joke. After the recent ‘exposé‘ by abusive troll Swati Chaturvedi masquerading as a journalist, twitterati donned their creative cap and brought us some entertainment on an otherwise sleepy Sunday. It all started when it was brought to people’s notice that under the UPA, Rajya Sabha TV, which came under the control of former vice president Hamid Ansari, was allegedly used to spread agenda and pay the ‘loyalists’ handsomely. Both, M K Venu and Siddharth Varadarajan, founding editors of The Wire, were paid handsomely, Rs. 15,000 per appearance, totalling to Rs. 33 lakh and Rs. 14.70 lakh respectively, of the tax payers’ money in last few years. Varadarajan, who hosted a show discontinued it from April, while Venu was told not to host the shows he was hosting since August. It is only after August that the hit-jobs by The Wire have gone up Rajya Sabha TV comes under Vice-President and Hamid Ansari exploited it for agenda and to pay their party Loyalists handsomely #Ecosystem Editor of propaganda site Wire @mkvenu1 was paid Rs 15,000 per appearance. Over 33 Lakh Tax Payers' money for speaking agnst Modi #Ecosystem http://ift.tt/2Acpy3l http://ift.tt/2hITlKe https://twitter.com/iAnkurSingh/status/926699357017165825/
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