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  • 1. U;wt isilZ ,lksfl,’ku NEWSPAPERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA Volume 20 o”kZ 20 No.10 vad-10 September- 2015 Rs. 5/- Per copy NAIKarnatakaStateJournalistConferenceandAwardCeremonyatBengaluru NAI bureau Bangalore: The Karnataka state level journalist confer- ence and felicitation to senior journalist for their best service to the society was held on 5th September at Bengaluru's City Centaur hotel and it was a pride movement for Newspaper's Association of India as on the occasion of Krishna Janmashatmi day the Viswesha Theertha Swamiji of Pejawar Mutt Sri Sri Sri Viswesha Theertha Shri Padhangalvaru, of Pejawar Mutt has lighted the lamp with others as, D V Sadananda Gowda, Dr.D.H. Shankar Murthy, Dinesh Gundu Rao, Raghavendra Auradkar, Suryaban Rajput, Vipin Gaur, Sandeep Marwah, Venkatesh Pai, A H Basavaraj, Dr.Gururaj Naganathan, B V Nagaraj, Sudhakar, Nanjunda Prasad with all other district and state General Secretary and NAI Members were present at the occasion . The Akhila Karnataka Journalist Conference was pre- scribed and welcomed by Venkatesh Pai and with all other dignitaries present on Dias the audience were enter- tained by Cultural pro- grammes, like dance, yaksha- gana the famous event of Karnataka. Pejawar shree said I am aware of the demands and problems which are being faced by small and medium scale newspapers I assure will bring a change in this by speaking to the con- cerned authorities to give equal importance to all the journalist as the demands and problems which has been told by the General Secretary of NAI, Vipin Gaur and Karnataka State President Venkatesh Pai,has told will speak to the govern- ment and solve the issue and the journalist are those who collect news and bring to the society what is happening they are the responsible person for the society and I am very happy to meet all of you and my blessings to all of you to grow in the society. D V Sadananda Gowda, D H Shankar Murthy, Dinesh Gundu Rao assured that we will follow the issue and convey the same to information and broadcasting minister of Karnataka and Central too about the demands by you all as the media is the Main today in the society who covers all the issues and from them only we come to know what is going on in the society they are the 4th state of the coun- try . They cover all issues and many news we come to know from media . The full and perfect news we get from the weekly , fortnight and monthly newspaper as daily newspaper gives us 80% news of any issues but the monthly and fortnightly and weekly will go in deep and collect all the news and publish in their respective papers. So the demands which you have given to is we will fulfill it and many are genuine and work for the society. Journalist will be given all facility as the newspapers association of in idea who has bought in our notice how journalist are facing problems. ......Continued on Page 07 Kuleshwar Sonkar Congratulate to Nominate National Executive Vice President NAI
  • 2. 2flrEcj] 2015lEikndh; U;wt isilZ ,lksfl,’ku 25 vxLr 2015 dk fnu xqtjkr dh Hkkoh jktuhfr dh tks n'kk vksj fn'kk r; djds chrk gS og csgn gh nqHkkZX;iw.kZ vkSj fujk'kkokn dh jktuhfr dh u;h ifjfLFkfr;ks dk tud okyk fnu gks x;k gSA foxr rhu fo/kkulHk pqukoksa ls xqtjkr esa eksnh ekMy dh xwat jgh gS rFkk vkt mlh eksnh ekMy dh vka/kh dk gh ifj.kke gS fd dasæ esa Hkkjrh; turk ikVhZ dks iw.kZ cgqer çkIr gqvk gSA vkt xqtjkrh ç/kkuea=h ujsaæ eksnh th ds usr`Ro esa Hkkjr fodkl dh u;h ifjHkk"kk fy[kus tk jgk gSA 25 vxLr dks vgenkckn esa iVsy leqnk; ds ;qok usrk gkfnZd iVsy us vius leqnk; ds fy, vkschlh dksVs esa vkj{k.k dh ekax djrs gq, ,d egkjSyh dj MkyhA gkfnZd iVsy dh ;g jSyh okdbZ esa cgqr fo'kky FkhA ;g jSyh caxky ds eq[;ea=h eerk cuthZ o mç dh iwoZ eq[;ea=h ek;korh dh jSfy;ka esa vkus okyh Hkhड़ dh ;kn rktk dj jgh FkhA gkfnZd iVsy d jSyh pwafd vkj{k.k dh ekax dks ysdj gks jgh Fkh og Hkh rc tc xqtjkr esa eq[;ea=h iVsy leqnk; dk gks rFkk ogka ij de ls de 40 fo/kk;d iVsy leqnk; ls gksaA vkt dh ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa xqtjkr rsth ls fodflr çns'k ekuk tk jgk gS rFkk ç/kkuea=h ujsaæ eksnh us xqtjkr ekMy dks gh Hkqukdj viuh jktuhfrd ;k=k dk fodkl fd;k gSA xqtjkr dh Hkwfe fganw ,drk dk Hkh vuks[kk ekMy ekuk x;k gSA xqtjkr ,d ,slk çkar ekuk tkrk Fkk tgka fQygky tkfrokn dh /kkjk ugha Fkh gka ogka ij lkaçnkf;drk dqN le; ds fy, gkoh gks x;h FkhA ;g jSyh vkj{k.k dh ekax dks iwjk djus ds fy, vk;ksftr dh x;h Fkh ftls eksnh o Hkktik fojks/kh [kses us iwjs vkuan o mRlkg ds lkFk ns[kk vkSj dgkfd vc etk vk x;kA Hkktik fojks/kh o lsdqyj ehfM;k us [kwc xkts ckts ds lkFk gkfnZd iVsy dh jSyh dk çlkj.k fd;k vkSj ckn esa cglsa Hkh dh tks vHkh rd py jgh gSA iVsy leqnk; dh jSyh dks ns[kdj ,dckjxh rks yx jgk gS] fd vkxkeh fo/kkulHkk o yksdlHkk pqukoksa esa iVsy leqnk; dks vkj{k.k dh ekax ,d cgqr cड़k ljnnZ lHkh jktuSfrd nyksa ds fy, cuus tk jgh gSA gkfnZd iVsy us jSyh esa iwjs tksj 'kksj ls ,syku fd;k gS fd ;fn Hkkjrh; turk ikVhZ iVsy leqnk; dks vkschlh dksVs esa vkj{k.k ns ns rks 2017 esa dey fQj ls f[ky tk;sxk ugha rks dey ugha f[kysxkA iVsy us jSyh dks lcksf/kr djrs gq, uhfr'k dqekj vkSj paæckcw uk;Mw dks viuk crk;kA iVsy us jSyh esa dstjhoky dh ç'kalk Hkh dj nhA 22 o"khZ; iVsy dk nkok gS fd lks'ky ehfM;k dk ç;ksx djuk eksnh th us fl[kk;k vkSj vkanksyu djuk dstjhoky us fl[kk;kA og Hkhड़ra= ds leFkZd gSa Bhd mlh çdkj ls tSls fd dstjhokyA og uDlyoknh vkanksyu ds Hkh leFkZd fudysA tc ujsaæ eksnh dks ns'k ds ih,e in ds fy, pquk x;k Fkk vkSj os xqtjkr ls ckgj vk jgs Fks rHkh xqtjkr ds yksxksa dks fpark lrk jgh Fkh fd dh vkf[kj eksnh th ds xqtjkr Nksड़us ds ckn vkf[kj mudh fojklr dks dkSu lQyrkiwoZd laHkky ldrk gSA iVsy leqnk; dh fo'kky jSyh vkSj mlds ckn xqtjkr ds dbZ {ks=ksa esa Hkड़dh fgalk dks ns[kdj xqtjkr ds jktuSfrd fo'ys"kdksa dks eksnh th tSls usr`Ro dh deh o mudh fojklr dks laHkky jgh eq[;ea=h vkuanhcsu iVsy dh usr`Ro {kerk ij Hkh lokfy;k fu'kku [kड़s dj jgs gSA gkfnZd iVsy dh jSyh o mlds ckn HkM+dh fgalk ls eksnh o Hkktik fojksf/k;ksa ds Loj ,d ckj fQj cqyan gks x;s gSa rFkk mUgsa yx jgk gS fd tSls cSBs& fcBk;s xqtjkr ekMy ds xqCckjs dh gok fudy x;h gSA vkj{k.k dh jktuhfr djus okys lHkh usrk pkgs og dHkh dkaxszl jgh gks ;k fQj ykyw] eqyk;e vkSj uhfr'k dqekj rFkk ek;korh ljh[ks lHkh çns'kksa esa tkfrxr vk/kkj ij QSys usrkx.kA lHkh ,sls iVsy leqnk; ds leFkZu esa mNy jgs gSa fd tsls fd mUgksusa gkfnZd ds ne ij vHkh ls gh lcdqN ,d >Vds esa gkfly dj fy;k gSA ;g ckr vyx gS fd iVsy leqnk; ds vkanksyu ls xqtjkr dh Nfo dks ,d cgqr cड़k vk/kkr yxk gS vkSj i;ZVu rFkk fuos'k Hkh cqjh rjg ls çHkkfor gks ldrk gSA jgh ckr dkaxzsl dh rks og rks vktdy dsoy vkSj dsoy fdlh u fdlh cgkus Hkktik usrkvksa ds bLrhQksa vkSj ih,e eksnh dh pqIih dks gh mBk jgh gSA og rks cgqr gh udkjkRed jktuhfr dj jgh gS vkSj ;gh dkj.k gS mldk yxkrkj ijkt; dh vksj tkuk tkjh gSA gkfnZd iVsy us viuh jSyh esa ftl çdkj ls dstjhoky dh rkjhQ dj nh mlls dku [kMs -gks x;sA ehfM;k us iwjh rjg ls gkfnZd iVsy dk Mh,u, 'kq: dj fn;kAgkfnZd iVsy dh ;g jSyh ih,e eksnh dh vkxkeh jktuhfr ds fy, csgn p qukSrhiw.kZ gS D;ksafd vHkh 15 vxLr dks gh ih,e eksnh us vius lacks/ku esa ns'kokfl;ksa ls oknk fd;k gS fd og vc vius 'kkludky esa tkfrokn vkSj laçnk;okn dks fQj ls [kड़k ugha gksus nsaxsA vc mudks ;g pqukSrh vius x`gjkT; ls gh fey jgh gSA vkt iwjs ns'kHkj esa fdlh u fdlh çdkj ls tkfrokn dh gh jktuhfr dh tk jgh gS A fcgkj ds pqukoksa esa tkfrokn vkSj fodkl ds chp egk;q) gksus tk jgk gS A mç ds Hkh ,sls gh gkykr gSA ,d çdkj ls vHkh rd mç ds tkV] jktLFkku ds xqtZj] vkj{k.k dh ekax dj jgs Fks mlesa vc xqtjkr dk iVsy leqnk; Hkh lkFk gks x;k gSA vxj jSfy;ksa vkSj leqnk;kssa ds HkhM+ra= ds ncko esa vkdj lcdk vkj{k.k ns fn;k tk;s rks fQj ns'k ds lafo/kku dk D;k gksxk dy dks fQj Hkwfegkj] jktiwr] ejkBs vkSj czkge.k leqnk; Hkh vkj{k.k dh ekax djus yx tk;saxsA igys vkj{k.k dh ekax mBsxh fQj ;gh yksx xksycan gksdj vyx jkT; vkSj fo'ks"kkf/kdj dh ekax djasxsA vkj{k.k dh ekaxksa dk foLrkj gekjs ns'k dh ,drk] v[kaMrk vkSj fodkl dh ;k=k ds fy, egk[krjk gSA bl vkanksyu ls Hkkjr dh o xqtjkr dh Nfo dks ,d ckj fQj xgjk vk?kkr yxk gSA vkanksyu dh :ijs[kk dks ns[kdj ,slk yx jgk gS fd ;g vkanksyu fganqvksa dh ,drk dks [kaM& [kaM djus dk gSA ;g vkj{k.k vkanksyu ,d cgqr gh cM+h lkft'k yx jgh gS ftlesa ns'k ds lHkh rFkkdfFkr lqdsyj fopkj/kkjk okys ny o Hkkjr fojks/kh rkdrsa iwjh rjg ls lfØ; gks mBh gSaA bUgha Hkkjr fojks/kh rkdrksa us gkfnZd iVsy tSls ,d vkSj ;qok usrk dks viuk u;k gfFk;kj cuk fy;k gSA vkj{k.k dh jktuhfr vc can gksuh pkfg;sA ns'k dh turk ds yxkrkj tkxrs jgus dk le; vk x;k gS A ;g vkj{k.k dh ekax rks dsoy ,d egt Nykok gsS ysfdu ;g cgqr cM+h v[kaM Hkkjr fojks/kh lkft'k dk fgLlk Hkh yx jgh gSA d'ehj ls dU;kdqekjh rd tgk¡ dgha Hkh dHkh fdlh ls iqfyl foHkkx ds ckjs es ckr djks ;k iwNks rks lcdk dguk gksrk gS iqfyl [kjkc gS] csdkj gS Hkz"V gS] pksj gS ,slk gh lquus dks feyrk gS ij 'kk;n gh dqN yksx gksaxs tks dgsaxs dh iqfyl vPNk dke djrh gS ;k iqfyl vPNh gS ,lk D;ksa eSaus [kqn bl ckjs esa tkuus dh dksf'k'k dh iqfyl okdbZ cnuke gS ;k iqfyl dks cnuke fd;k tk jgk gS] ns'k es dbZ gtkj iqfyl dehZ Hkjh xehZ ] /kqi] ckfj'k es 8 ls 10 ?kaVs rd MîwVh djrs gSa tks VªkfQd dks l¡Hkkyrs gSa bls dbZ iqfyl dfeZ;ksa dks lkal dh chekfj;k¡ Hkh gS dbZ iqfyl dfeZ;ksa ds QsQM+ksa es fnDdr gS dbZ iqfyl dfeZ;ksa dh vk¡[ksa detksj gks xbZ gS ij fQj Hkh iqfyl [kjkc gS D;qadh mudks tks osru feyrk gS og cgqr tknk ugh feyrk mudks ljdkj dh rjQ ls dksbZ tknk lq[k lqfo/kk,¡ ugha feyrh vkSj NksVh lh Hkh xyrh gks tk, rks ltk dk çko/kku cgqr [krjukd gSA dbZ iqfyl dehZ tks Økbe ;k nqljs fdlh foHkkxksa es dk;Z dj jgs gSa mudh Hkh leL;k, ns[kh dHkh cnek'k]pksj ;k fdlh Hkh vijk/kh dks iqfyl deZpkjh idM+ dj mls Fkkus ;k pksdh ystkrk gS rks mudks v‚Vks VsDlh dk fdjk;k [kqn viuh tsc ls nsuk gksrk gS] tks mUgsa foHkkx ls ugha feyrk dSnh dks vLirky ystkuk gksrk gS rks Hkh vDlj [kqn ds iSls ls tkuk gksrk gS bls dbZ dke gS tgk¡ mUgsa foHkkx ;k ljdkj ls dksbZ lgk;rk ugha feyrh vkSj Fkkuksa pksfd;ksa es dk;Z djus okyksa dk rks le; fu/kkZfjr gh ugha gS 24 ?kaVs dh MîwVh gS ij dksbZ vksoj Vkbe ugha eSaus jLrs es dbZ iqfyl dfeZ;ksa ls ckr dh rks irk py dsaæ ljdkj jkT; ljdkjksa ds deZpkfjvksa ls Hkh de osru gS iqfyl dfeZ;ksa dk tks turk dks lqj{kk çnku dj jgs gSa ij mudh lqj{kk dh dksbZ xkjaVh ugha gS jkstkuk vijkf/k;ksa ls pksj mpdksa ls iyk iड़rk gS ij tc rd onhZ gksrh gS lc Mjrsa gS onhZ mrjus ds ckn og Hkh vke vkneh gks tkrs gSa vkSj muis Hkh dbZ geys jkstkuk gksrs jgrs gSa ij iqfyl dfeZ;ksa ij geys ;k gR;k;ksa dh [kcj dks lc Nksड़ nsrs gSa D;qdh Åij dk nokc cgqr gS lkgcA lM+dksa ij gksus okys /kjuksa fgalkvksa es iqfyl ?kk;y gksrh gS ij D;k djsa lguk iM+rk gSA turk dh utj iqfyl dh cqjkb;ksa dks gh ns[krh vPNkb;ksa dks ns[krs le; vk¡[ks can gks tkrh gS ] ,lk ugha gS dh lHkh vPNs gSa gk¡ dqN cqjs Hkh gksrs gSa] ij ogha iqfyl ds vkyk vf/kdfj;ksa dks fQj Hkh dkQh lqfo/kk,¡ gS D;wafd vkbZ-fi-,l dh Vªsfuax es mudks turk ds fy, dk;Z djuk ;kuh losZ djuk fl[kk;k tkrk gS ij u tkus D;ksa mudh ikfylh jkt djuk ;kfu :y djus tSlh gks tkrh gS vDlj D;k ges'kk ;gh ns[kus dks feyrk gS] vkSj bldk vlj iqfyl foHkkx dh vlyh tM+ksa ij iM+rk gS dgha iqfyl fdlh cnek'k ;k fQj fdlh vijk/kh dks idMrh gS rks Åij ls ;kfu vkyk vf/kdfj;ksa dk d‚y vkrk gS NksVks eksVh /kjk yxk ds NksM+ nks vkSj mUgsa cM+s vf/kdfj;ksa dh ckr ekuuh iM+rh gS D;qadh cM+s vf/kdfj;ksa ij usrkvksa dk eaf=;ksa dk nokc gksrk gS vkSj NksVs iqfyl dfeZ;ksa ij iqfyl ds cM+s vf/kdkfj nokc cukrs gSa bl nokc ds pDdj es uke iwjs foHkkx dk [kjkc gksrk gSA fofiu xkSM+ Mk0fnyhi dqekj fdruk vkj{k.k dapu ;kno tUev"Veh dks gekjs ns’k eas cM+h gh èkweèkke o cgqr gh mRlqdrk ds lkFk euk;k tkrk gS vkSj tgka Jh d`".k us tUe fy;k eFkqjk ogka ij rks d`".k tUefnol dh jkSud gh nwljh gksrh gSA d`".k ds tUe ls tqM+h dqN ckrsa vo’; gS tkuukA muds tUe ls cgqr lh ckrsa ,slh gSa ftudksa ‘’kk;n geus lquk Hkh gksA d`".k ds tUe ds le; vkSj mudh vk;q ds fo"k; esa iqjk.kksa o vk/kqfud feFkd foKkfu;ksa esa cgr ls erHksn vHkh Hkh gSaA dqN mudh vk;q 125 vkSj dqN 110 o"kZ crkrs gSaA O;fäxr :i ls nwljk er vf/kd mfpr çrhr gksrk gSA Hkxoku Jh —".k dh Ropk dk jax es?k';key Fkk vkSj muds 'kjhj ls ,d eknd xa/k lzkfor gksrh Fkh] ;kfu mUgsa vius xqIr vfHk;kuksa esa budks Nqikus dk ç;Ru djuk iM+rk FkkA tSls fd tjkla/k vfHk;ku ds le; oSls ;gh fo'ks"krk ækSinh esa Hkh Fkha] blhfy, vKkrokl esa mUgksaus lSja/kzh dk dk;Z pquk rkfd panu] mcVu b=kfn esa mudh xa/k Nqih jgsA Hkxoku Jh d`".k dh ekalisf'k;ka e`nq ijarq ;q) ds le; foLr`r gks tkrha Fkha] blfy, lkeU;r% yM+fd;ksa ds leku fn[kus okyk mudk yko.;e; 'kjhj ;q) ds le; vR;ar dBksj fn[kkbZ nsus yxrk Fkk Bhd ,sls gh y{.k d.kZ ] ækSinh o d`".k ds 'kjhj esa ns[kus dks feyrs FksA Hkxoku~ Jh d`".k ds ije/kkexeu ds le; uk rks mudk ,d Hkh ds'k 'osr Fkk vkSj uk gh muds 'kjhj ij dksbZ >qjhZ FkhaA Hkxoku~ Jhd`".k dh ijnknh ekfj"kk o lkSrsyh eka jksfg.kh ¼cyjke dh eka½ ukx tutkfr dh Fkha Hkxoku Jh d`".k ls tsy esa cnyh xbZ ;'kksnkiq=h dk uke ,dkua'kk Fkk] tks vkt foa/;okfluh nsoh ds uke ls iwth tkrha gSaA Hkxoku~ Jh d`".k dh çsfedk jk/kk dk o.kZu egkHkkjr] gfjoa'kiqjk.k] fo".kqiqjk.k o Hkkxoriqjk.k esa ugha gSA mudk mYys[k egkjHkkjr iqjk.k] xhr xksfoan o çpfyr tuJqfr;ksa esa jgk gSA tSu ijaijk ds eqrkfcd] Hkxoku Jh d`".k ds ppsjs HkkbZ rhFkaZdj usfeukFk Fks tks fganw ijaijk esa ?kksj vafxjl ds uke ls çfl) gSa Hkxoku~ Jh d`".k vafre o"kksaZ dks NksM+dj dHkh Hkh }kfjdk esa 6 eghus ls vf/kd ugha jgsA Hkxoku Jh —".k us viuh vkSipkfjd f'k{kk mTtSu ds lanhiuh vkJe esa ek= dqN eghuksa esa iwjh dj yh FkhA ,slk ekuk tkrk gS fd ?kksj vafxjl vFkkZr usfeukFk ds ;gk¡ jgdj Hkh mUgksaus lk/kuk dh Fkh çpfyr vuqJqfr;ksa ds vuqlkj] Hkxoku Jh d`".k us ek'kZy vkVZ dk fodkl czt {ks= ds ouksa esa fd;k Fkk vkSj MkafM;k jkl mlh dkuR; 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Hkxoku f'ko ls ;q) ds le; ekgs'oj Toj ds fo#) oS".ko Toj dk ç;ksx dj fo'o dk çFke thok.kq ;q) fd;k FkkA Hkxoku~ Jh d`".k ds thou dk lcls Hk;kud }an ;q) lqHkqæk dh çfrKk ds dkj.k vtqZu ds lkFk gqvk Fkk] ftlesa nksuksa us vius vius lcls fouk'kd 'kL= Øe'k% lqn'kZu pØ vkSj ik'kqirkL= fudky fy, FksA ckn esa nsorkvksa ds gLr{ksi ls nksauksa 'kkar gq,A Hkxoku~ Jh —".k us 2 uxjksa dh LFkkiuk dh Fkh }kfjdk ¼iwoZ es dq'kkorh½ vkSj ikaMo iq=ksa ds }kjk baæçLFk ¼ iwoZ esa [kkaMoçLFk½A Hkxoku~ Jh —".k us dykfjiêw dh uhao j[kh tks ckn esa cksf/k/keZu ls gksrs gq, vk/kqfud ek'kZy vkVZ esa fodflr gqbZA Hkxoku~ Jh —".k us Jhen~Hkxorxhrk ds :i esa vk/;kfRedrk dh oSKkfud O;k[;k nh] tks ekuork ds fy, vk'kk dk lcls cMk lans'k Fkh] gS vkSj lnSo jgsxhA Hkxoku Jh —".k ds thou ls tqM+h gqbZ dqN eq[; ckrsa] tks ’kk;n gh dqN yksaxksa dks irk gks vkf[kj iqfyl gh D;ksa [kjkc gS
  • 3. 3flrEcj] 2015 U;wt isilZ ,lksfl,’ku Pramesh Jain I Change My City and to make more public user friendly and citizen policing a Public Eye APP, launched by Bengaluru City Police Commissioner N S Megharikh with Addl CP Traffic M A Saleem, Ms.Swathi R a m a n a t h a n , S y l v i a Veeraraghavan,Vivekananda Gatty and in the Presence of DCPs as, Girish S,C K Baba,Sridhar, Ms.Renuka Sukumaran, with all ACPs as, K a s i m , G.A.Jagadeesh,Thirtharaj jain, Rajendra Kumar, Nataraj and other officers were present on the launch of Public Eye a Initiative by Janagraha as I change my city and support police to curb the road mon- sters and enforce them to fol- low traffic rules N S Megharikh Bengaluru city Police Commissioner said the new app which is designed to encourage citizens to report traffic violations and police has to upgrade to technology. We have upgraded to it and this ini- tiative by the Janagraha as helped us in giving public an opportunity to participate in the enforcement with the traffic police . As you all know that enforcement is very very much required in our city as it is even a smart city and which is not to satisfactory to that extent If all goes well, soon over 26,700 active citizens of Bangalore will help the Bangalore Traffic Police to register cases against traffic violators. These 26,700 active citizens are associated with ichangemycity.com, a hyper local social change net- work. Bengaluru Traffic Police along with ichangemycity.com, launched the new Public Eye app which can be used to report traffic violations . ‘Equip all police constables with this app’ Expressing happiness over the launch of the new app, police commissioner N S Megharikh said that it would be a better if all police constables too had this app on their smart phones. “Let the police consta- bles be involved in this process. I want additional com- missioner of police MA Saleem to take measures to ensure that all police constables have this app on their smart phones,’’ Megharikh said. Shortage of manpower: Lamenting over the shortage of manpower in the police depart- ment, Megharikh said not a sin- gle police constable was recruited during the last seven years despite retirement of 5,000 to 6,000 police consta- bles. “We are grateful to the state government for giving its nod for recruiting around 8,000 policemen but we are not able to recruit 2,000 policemen per year due to the lack of ade- quate training facilities. Where do we train new recruits? We do not have the infrastructure to train more than 500 police- men per year,’’ Megharikh said. Two-wheelers a menace Expressing displeasure over traffic violations by two-wheeler riders in the city, police com- missioner Megharikh said that they have become a menace in the city. “The two-wheeler rid- ers have become a nuisance not only for them but also for the public. Majority of the peo- ple who die in the road acci- dents are two-wheeler riders. Pedestrians too walk on the road. We have to take meas- ures to prevent it,’’ the police commissioner said.as Karnataka is number 1 place in accident as most of the deaths are from two wheeler . And the rider should think about main- tain his own safety and protect himself . No development can take place without law and order .We were success in elections and the recent Bandh went peacefully . It is a pride to us in whole India as we have video wall in our Traffic management centre this is pride to us . ‘Unhappy with lack of response on social media’ Emphasising the need for a partnership between the people and the police in pre- venting a crime, the police commissioner said that he was not happy with the apathy of cit- izens to help the police in pre- venting crime. As I personally looked into it from one month and “So far, Bangalore Police has not succeeded in solving single case with the help of social media. I want the people to use social media to help the police. I promise to protect their identity,’’ the police commis- sioner said. Cont.... to Page 07 I Change My City "Public Eye "To Curb Traffic Nuisance Launched By Commissioner, N S Megharikh In Bengaluru Dr. Shalini Rajneesh The Government of Karnataka has a system of appointing district in charge Ministers and Secretaries for each of the 30 districts. For past few years, Tumakuru which is under my charge, has been suffering from severe drought conditions. The underground water levels have been fast depleting. In a span of 1 month, 27 farmers have committed suicides. Analysis of the data shows that majority of them are less than 40 years of age, having tremendous debt burden. Though they are land holders, their income from agriculture is very poor. They suffer from non-availability of water and are generally deprived of any government benefits. Out of 25 lakh farmers in the district, about 30,000 have been iden- tified as the most needy, as they have less than one lakh income per annum and have over exhausted their limits for borrowing! They need urgent hand holding before they resort to the extreme step of Suicide!! While agriculture, revenue and rural development departments have been sur- veying the affected families, nothing more than a compen- sation of Rs 2 lakhs announced by the Government could be extend- ed. With an urgent need to address the issue in a holistic and comprehensive manner, we invited support from the Corporates and social organi- zations in finding both an immediate as well as a long term solution. The mandate of Government of India, ministry of Corporate Affairs, to all Corporates to spend minimum of 2% on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) comes as a fresh breeze of “life” for those struggling with agrarian dis- tress. Creation of lively hood opportunities, skill develop- ment and women empower- ment are the areas pre- scribed in CSR guidelines. We find that a large number of Corporates and even indi- vidual wish to do something for the community at large but do not have the time or where withal to execute their dreams! Hence we located www.micrograam.com which is a lending platform that enables any individual to make a loan (of any size) to a person in rural India. The bor- rowers use the loans for a range of needs like employ- ment training programs, agri- cultural inputs, livestock investments, and financing m i c r o - e n t e r p r i s e s . MicroGraam has disbursed loans of around INR 14 Crores To 11,000 villagers, 95% being women, with 99% repayment, as on date. The target is to reach INR 500 Crores By 2018. Financial Inclusion, with all the fanfare aside, is still an elusive dream! While Bank recovery process is too harsh on the poor, the informal cred- it management lacks the pro- fessional approach. One of the key learning from a pro- gramme in Kunigal Taluk was the need of comprehensive technology platform which offers a mobile based solution to not only allow total digital monitoring of the community affairs but also extend main- stream banking solutions to the doorstep of the farmers. Davinta has designed and developed a comprehensive Community Based Organization (CBO) and Financial Inclusion package to ensure monitoring and reporting of the programme anywhere, anytime and at anyplace. Grocery shops are proposed to be the new Hubs as point of contact agents for ease of access to citizens and for enhanced cash manage- ment. Mobile Banking is being introduced for ease of Farmers, especially women It is with this view, the District Administration has created a core committee under the District Minister who is the Hon’ble Law Minister of Karnataka. The Secretary in charge is the Coordinator. Besides Deputy Commissioner and CEO of Tumakuru Zilla Panchayat, members include Vattikuti Foundation, USA (VF), its technology partner – Davinta, NGOs – IDF and BAIF, BC partner and MicroGraam, a crowd funding platform, to offer an integrated pro- gramme of Financial Freedom and Improved Livelihhod. The concept involves identifying distressed farmers based on the recent Socio Educational Survey in the villages where suicides are reported. Strategies for preventing such suicides in future are being worked out using past success of VF-IDF venture in Tumakuru District. Cont..... on Page 07 SavetheFarmer-ACSRInitiative
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ls igys dk gksrk gSA v/;;u esa dgk x;k gS] ^^fdlh cM+s ekeys ij vafre fu.kZ; nsus esa vfu;ferrk gksus dh frfFk ls vkSlru vkB lky dk le; yxrk gSA** mlus dgk fd ,Q,l, ds fy, 'kq:vkrh tkap djus vkSj bls vafre :i nsus esa vkSlru djhc nks lky dk le; yxrk gSA v/;;u ds vuqlkj vkxs ;g fpark dk fo"k; gS fd ,Q,l, ds fØ;kUo;u] tkap vf/kdkjh dh fu;qfä] mldh fjiksVZ dks vafre :i nsus vkSj ,l,l, ds fy, foHkkxh; fVIif.k;ka Hkstus esa dqy feykdj <kbZ lky ls vf/kd dk le; yx tkrk gSA mlus dgk fd vk;ksx dh lykg ds fØ;kUo;u vFkok fØ;kUo;u ugha djus ¼foHkkx }kjk vkf[kjh QSlys½ esa vkSlru ikap eghus dk foyac gks ykrk gS vkSj fQj bldks ysdj vk;ksx dks lwfpr djus esa vkxs vkSlru ikap eghus ls vf/kd dk le; vkSj yx tkrk gSA v/;;u esa bldk mYys[k fd;k x;k gS] ^^v/;;u ls ;g Hkh [kqyklk gksrk gS fd tkap vf/kdkfj;ksa dh vksj ls Hkh foyac xkSj djus yk;d gS vkSj ;g djhc 15 eghus dk gksrk gSA vxj bl foyac dks igys pj.k dh tkap ds lkFk tksM+ fn;k tkrk gS rks ;g rhu lky vkSj pkj eghus dk le; gks tkrk gSA** cM+s ekeys ds fuokj.k esa vkB lky dk le; yxrk gS% lhohlh Hkkjr dh vktknh dh yM+kbZ dk p'enhn xokg vkSj vktknh ds erokyksa dk çsj.kklzk- sr jgk ykyfdyk HkO; vkSj ,sfrgkfld gSA çFke Lora=rk laxzke ds nkSjku vaxzsth gqDejkuksa us vktknh ds erokyksa ij gh dgj ugha cjik;k Fkk cfYd eqxy ckn'kkg 'kkgtgka ds dky esa cus bl HkO; fdys ds dbZ fgLlksa dks Hkh tehankst dj ogka lsuk dh cSjdsa vkSj dk;kZy; cuk fn;s FksA bl fdys dks jkS'ku djus okyh eqxfy;k lYrur ds vkf[kjh ckn'kkg cgknqj'kkg tQj dks Hkh dSn dj jaxwu Hkst fn;k x;k FkkA vktknh dh yM+kbZ ds nkSjku ykyfdys ij frjaxk Qgjkus dh [okfg'k Hkkjr eka dh xqykeh dh csfM+;ka dkVus dks csdjkj erokyksa ds fnyksa esa mQurh jghA iaæg vxLr 1947 dks ns'k vktkn gqvk vkSj bldh çkphj ij ç/kkuea=h iafMr tokgj yky usg: us frjaxk Qgjk;kA ml le; ykyfdyk fczfV'k QkStksa ds gkFk ls Hkkjrh; lsuk dks lkSai fn;k x;kA fnYyh ds bfrgkl esa gh ugha Hkkjrh; Lora=rk laxzke ds bfrgkl esa Hkh ykyfdyk [kkl vgfe;r j[krk gSA blus fnYyh dks ftls mu fnuksa 'kkgtgkaukckn ds uke ls tkuk tkrk Fkk] 'kkgtgka ds vkxeu dh [kq'kh esa nqYgu dh rjg ltrs ns[kk rks fon- s'kh vkØkarkvksa ds tqYeksa ls csuwj gksrs gq, Hkh ns[kkA ;g fdyk eqxydky ds ,s'kks vkjke] jkSudksa] egfQyksa] jaxhfu;ksa vkSj çtk dh [kq'kgkyh dk p'enhn xokg jgk rks blus fons'kh geykojksa ds tqYe vkSj ywVikV ls cngokl vkSj csuwj fnYyhokyksa ds fnyksa esa Nqis nnZ dks Hkh ns[kkA bl fdys dh cqfu;kn lu 1639 esa j[kh x;h FkhA blds fuekZ.k esa 9 o"kZ dk le; yxk FkkA blds fuekZ.k ij ,d djksM+ #i;s dk [kpZ vk;k ftlesa ls vk/kh jde blds egyksa ds fuekZ.k ij [kpZ gqbZA vkt dh egaxkbZ esa ;g [kpZ vjcksa #i;s cSBsxkA blds fuekZ.k esa T;knkrj yky iRFkj dk bLrseky fd;s tkus ds dkj.k gh bls ykyfdyk uke fn;k x;kA bldh cqfu;kn dk iRFkj bTtr [kka dh ns[kHkky esa j[kk x;kA dkjhxjksa esa lcls cM+s mLrkn vgen ogkeh pqus x;sA bTtr [kka dh ns[kjs[k esa ;g dke ikap eghus nks fnu jgkA bl vlsZ esa mlus cqfu;knsa HkjokbZa vkSj eky elkyk tek fd;kA bTtr [kka dks fla/k tkus dk gqDe feyk vkSj dke vyhonhZ [kka ds lqiqnZ dj fn;k x;kA ckn esa vyhonhZ [kka caxky dk lwcsnkj cu x;k vkSj fdys dk dke mldh txg eqdjZer [kka ds lqiqnZ gqvk ftlus fdys dh rkehj iwjh djk;hA ml oä ckn'kkg 'kkgtgka dkcqy esa FkkA eqdjZer [kka us ckn'kkg lyker dh lsok esa fuosnu Hkstk fd fdyk rS;kj gSA 1648 bZ- esa ,d fnu ckn'kkg lyker goknkj vjch ?kksM+s ij lokj gksdj cM+s lekjksg ds lkFk fdyk eksvYyk esa nfj;k ds njokts ls nkf[ky gq,A tc rd 'kkgtgka njokts rd ugha igqap x, mudk iq= nkjkf'kdksg muds flj ij pkanh vkSj lksus ds flDds okjdj Qsadrk jgkA egyksa dh ltkoV gks pqdh Fkh vkSj Q'kZ ij dkyhu fcNs gq, FksA nhoku , vke dh Nrksa esa nhokjksa ij vkSj ,okuksa ij phu dh e[key vkSj js'ke Vaxh gqbZ FkhA chp esa ,d fugk;r vkyh'kku 'kkfe;kuk yxk;k x;k FkkA ftldk uke nyckny FkkA ;g 'kkfe;kuk vgenkckn ds 'kkgh dkj[kkus esa rS;kj djk;k x;k FkkA ;g 70 xt yack vkSj 45 bap pkSFkk Fkk vkSj bldh dher ,d yk[k #i;s FkhA 'kkfe;kuk pkanh ds Lrwuksa ij [kM+k fd;k x;k Fkk vkSj mlesa pkanh dk dVgjk yxk gqvk FkkA nhoku , vke esa lksus dk dVgjk yxk FkkA r[r dh Nr esa eksrh yxs Fks vkSj og lksus dk [kaHkksa ij [kM+h FkhA ftlesa ghjs tM+s gq, FksA ckn'kkg us bl ekSds ij cgqr ls vkfr;s vrk Qjek;sA csxe lkfgck dks ,d yk[k #i;s utj fd;s x;s] nkjkf'kdksg dks [kkl f[kYyr vkSj tokgjkr tM+s gfFk;kj vkSj chl gtkjh dk eulc] ,d gkFkh vkSj nks yk[k #i;s vrk fd;s x;sA blh çdkj nwljs 'kgtknksa] othjs vkte vkSj eulcnkjksa dks vkfr;s vrk fd;s x;sA eqdjZer [kka ftldh fuxjkuh esa fdyk rkehj gqvk Fkk mls iapgtkjh dk eulc vrk fd;k x;kA njckj cM+h /kwe/kke ls lekIr gqvkA ;g fdyk v"VHkqtkdkj gS vkSj blds iwohZ rFkk if'peh nksuksa fdukjs yacs gSaA mÙkj dh vksj ;g fdyk lyhex<+ ls ,d iqy ls tqM+k gSA ;g 900 ehVj yack vkSj 550 ehVj pkSM+k gS vkSj bldh çkphjsa 2-41 fdyksehVj dh ifjf/k esa gSa tks ÅapkbZ esa 'kgj dh vksj 33-5 ehVj vkSj unh ds lkFk−lkFk 18 ehVj Åaph gSaA çkphjksa ds ckgj dh vksj ,d [kand gS tks çkjaHk esa unh ls tqM+h gqbZ FkhA egy esa fdys iwohZ fgLls esa gSa tcfd nks HkO; rhu eaftys ços'k }kj if'peh vkSj nf{k.kh fn'kkvksa ds e/; esa fLFkr gSaA fdys esa ikap njokts FksA ykgkSjh vkSj fnYyh njoktk 'kgj dh rjQ vkSj ,d njoktk nfj;k dh rjQ lyhex<+ esa tkus ds fy;s FkkA pkSFkk Fkk f[kM+dh ;k nfj;kbZ njoktk vkSj ikapoka njoktk vln cqtZ ds uhps FkkA bl rjQ ls fd'rh esa lokj gksdj vkxjk tkrs FksA fdys dh pkjnhokjh esa chp−chp esa cqtZ cus gq, gSaA ykgkSjh njoktk lnj njoktk FkkA ;g fdys dh if'peh nhokj ds e/; pkanuh pkSd ds Bhd lkeus iM+rk gSA 'kkgtgka ds oä [kkbZ ij ls xqtjus ds fy;s dkB dk iqy FkkA njokts ds lkeus ,d [kwclwjr ckx yxk gqvk Fkk vkSj blds vkxs pkSd FkkA bl pkSd ds lkeus ,d gkSt Fkk tks pkanuh pkSd dh ugj ls feyk gqvk FkkA fdys ds ykgkSjh njokts ds lkeus ,d nhokj gS ftls ?kw?kl ;k ?kwa?kV dh nhokj dgrs gSaA bls vkSjaxtsc us blfy;s cuok;k Fkk fd fdys dk ykgkSjh njoktk nq'euksa dh vka[k ls cpk jgs vkSj fdys esa vkus okyksa dks rdyhQ u gksA ckr ;g Fkh fd tc ckn'kkg ds njckjh pkanuh pkSd ls fdys esa tkrs Fks rks nhokus vke dk r[r muds lkeus iM+rk Fkk vkSj mUgsa ckn'kkg vkSj mlds r[r dk vnc djus ds fy;s iSny pyuk iM+rk FkkA blfy;s vkSjaxtsc us ;g ?kks?kl cuok fn;kA bl fuekZ.k ls ckx [kRe gks x;kA tc 'kkgtgka dks bl fuekZ.k ds ckjs esa irk pyk rks og mu fnuksa vkxjs esa dSn esa Fkk rc mUgksaus vius iq= dks i= fy[kdj dgk fd ;g cuokdj ekuks mlus nqYgu ds psgjs ij ?kwa?kV Mky fn;k gSA blh rjg nf{k.kh njoktk gS ftls fnYyh njoktk dgrs gSaA ;g tkek efLtn dh rjQ gSA ckn'kkg blh njokts ls gj tqEes dh uekt i<+us tkek efLtn tk;k djrs FksA vkSjaxtsc us bUgha nksuksa dh ;g vfrfjä fdykcanh djk;h FkhA vU; fdukjksa ij rhu vkSj ços'k }kj gSa ftUgsa vc can dj fn;k x;k gSA ykyfdys dh HkO;rk dks balku vkSj dqnjr nksuksa dh og'kr >syuh iM+h gSA lu 1719 esa fdys vkSj 'kgj dks dkQh uqdlku igqapkA lu 1756 esa ejkBksa vkSj vgen'kg nqjkZuh dh yM+kbZ us Hkh ;gka dh bekjrksa dks dkQh uqdlku igqapk;kA ykyfdysdksQkSthNkouhesacnyfn;kFkkvaxzstksaus
  • 6. 6flrEcj] 2015 U;wt isilZ ,lksfl,’ku Delhi/ NCR Amid an outcry of poor civic amenities in cities bursting at seams, work on the Smart cities with state of the art facilities-- auto- matic traffic lights, sprawling solar panels dotting neat dwellings, clean green cam- puses, digitalized working, round the clock vigil through close circuit cameras, has picked up momentum. Visions are coming on drawing boards and future 98 smart cities identified. Uttar Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir have to pick up one each soon to touch 100 cities mark. With the announcement of future smart cities list, the clock has started ticking. The Narendra Modi Government is pursuing the smart city project to give it a desired momentum with copious funds. Allocations plans have already been announced. In a related development, after recent melt- down in the Chinese financial markets and its cascading impact the world over, focus on infrastructure activities has increased. Development, especially roads and high- ways, would have a multiplier effect and boost rural jobs. Experts say the infrastruc- ture is the backbone of the smart city mis- sion which is all set to get boost due to these developments. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley recently said India can act as one of the “other engines” of world economic growth with China changing to slower gears. "So the world needs other engines to carry the growth process. And in a slowdown environment in the world, an economy which can grow at 8-9 per cent like India certainly has viable shoulders to provide the support to the global economy," Mr Jaitley said. He said the priority of the National Democratic Alliance Government is to ease the busi- ness environment for the global investors from the Central government, down to states and local bodies. Land acquisition, corruption, private investment with greater space for public are the main challenges which, experts say, must be tackled to ensure desired results in a stipulated peri- od with political consensus to realize the mission. The list of cities, unveiled recently by Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu after a nationwide "competition" between states includes Varanasi, Allahabad, Lucknow, Ghaziabad, Bareilly and Agra from Uttar Pradesh, Tiruchirapalli, Thanjavur, Salem, Vellore, Chennai, Coimbatore and Madurai from Tamil Nadu, Nashik, Thane, Solapur, Nagpur, Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad and Pune from Maharashtra, and Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior and Ujjain from Madhya Pradesh. Clock begins to tick as 98 smart cities identified Handloom fabrics and hand- loom weavers form an inte- gral part of the rich culture, heritage and tradition of India. Apart from providing one of the basic needs of human beings, along with a sizable contribution to GDP and export, this Industry pro- vides direct and indirect employment to lakhs of peo- ple in the rural and urban areas. Handloom is one of the largest employment providers after agriculture in India. This sector provides employment to 43.31 lakh persons engaged on about 23.77 lakh handlooms, of which 10% are from sched- uled castes,18%belong to the scheduled tribes, and 45% belong to other backward classes. Production in the handloom sector recorded a figure of 7116 million sq. meters in the year 2013-14. During 2014-15, production in the handloom sector is reported to be 3547 million sq. Meters (April-September- 2014) This sector contributes near- by 15% of the cloth produc- tion in the country and also contributes to the export earning of the country. Ninety five percent of the world’s hand woven fabric comes from India. It has been sustained by transferring skills from one generation to another. The strength of the sector lies in its uniqueness, flexibility of production, openness to innovations, adaptability to the suppliers’ requirement and the wealth of its tradition. However, handloom industry needs to reorient itself for meeting the challenges being posed by rapid economic, social and technological changes. Efforts are required to produce defect free high quality handloom fabrics according to contemporary consumer preferences, and also to ensure reasonable wages so that younger gen- eration opt for this occupa- tion. With a view to promote this industry on a sustainable basis, it is deemed necessary to produce quality fabrics with new design for winning the trust and confidence of the consumers. “India Handloom Brand” is an endorsement to quality of the handloom products in terms of raw material, pro- cessing, embellishments, weaving design and other parameters besides social and environmental compli- ances for earning the trust of the consumers. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the India Handloom Brand at Chennai recently as part of the First ever National Handloom Day celebrations. It seeks to ensure this by giv- ing particular attention to the following: · Production of high quality, defect free, hand-woven, authentic “niche product” · Zero defect. · Authentic traditional design. · Zero impact on environ- ment. · Social compliance. Advantages *Customer will be assured of the quality of the product as per specification *Bulk buyers and exporters will be able to source quality fabrics as per his/her design produced in time and estab- lish a distinct market posi- tioning for authentic hand- woven fabrics of India. *Weaver will be able to get bulk orders and higher wages by interacting directly with the market. *Weaver entrepreneur (younger generation) will take up traditional profession of production of quality hand- loom fabrics in bulk and mar- keting within and outside the country. *It will empower women and disadvantaged segments Products identified for Branding 1) SARI:- Cotton:Jamddani,Tangail,Sh antipiri,Dhaniakhali,Bichitrap uri,Bomkai,Kotpad,Pochamp alli,Venkatgiri,Uppada,Siddip et,Narayanpet,Mangalagiri,C hetinad,Balaramapuram,Kas ergod Kuthampally, Chendmangalam Dhoti Silk:-Baluchari, Mugasilk, Sulkuch silk, Khandua, Berhampuri, Bomkai Silk. India Handloom Brand NAI bureau New Delhi: We live in a country, which has seen a dras- tic rise in the incidence of cardiovascular disease in the past decade. People are being diagnosed with heart attacks as early as at the age of thirty, which was unheard in the past. Unhealthy lifestyle choices and increasing stresses at work and home are to blame for this. With World Heart Day around the corner, it is impor- tant that together we raise awareness about the need to create a heart healthy India. Modifying a few basic lifestyle habits can go a long way in helping reduce the incidence heart disease and stroke in the country. Heart disease is reversible if lifestyle mod- ifications are made in a timely manner. Nine potentially modifiable risk factors of heart attacks include smoking, dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, abdominal obesity, psychosocial factors, regular alcohol consumption, lack of adequate fruits and vegetables in the diet and a sedentary lifestyle. Over 90%, Indians suffer their first heart attack due to one or several of these lifestyle irreg- ularities. Modifying one’s bad habits can go a long way in helping prevent the onset of heart diseases. Speaking about this, Padma Shri Awardee, President HCFI & Honorary Secretary General IMA, Dr KK Aggarwal said, “Given that people spend a majority of their time at work or at educational institutions, it is important that these are made heart friendly. One of the primary reasons for the high incidence of hypertension, diabetes, obesity and heart attacks in the country is the increasing competition and stresses a person face at their work places or during their educational years.“ Here are a few simple ways in which work places and educational institutions can be made more heart friendly: Say no to smoking ·Demand a smoking ban in your workplaces and ask your employer to provide help to colleagues who want to quit ·Ensure that your co-workers comply with the ban ·Make a complaint when you see smoking zones situat- ed near playgrounds or schools, or close to hospital or work entrances Bring exercise to work. AWorld Heart Month initiative Creating a heart healthy work and learning environment
  • 7. 7flrEcj] 2015 U;wt isilZ ,lksfl,’ku National Bangalore: A 21-year-old school teacher commmited suicide after a local goon started harassing her with marriage proposal in Anekal. The deceased identified as Gayatri , was working as guest teacher in a govern- ment school in Muttanalluru in Anekal. According to the police a habitual offender identified as Ranjith used to stalk and harass her to marry him. He would even threatened that he would abduct her and forcefully marry, if she refuse his proposal. Few days ago Ranjith had con- fronted her with a group of his associates warning her to accept his proposal or face the consequences. This could be the reason for her extreme step, the police said . Gayatri returned from school and hanged herself in her house. The neigh- bours who noticed her body hanging to the ceiling fan of the house rushed her to a near-by hospital where the doctors declared her as brought dead. Based on a statement of the nieghbours, the Attibele police have taken up a case and efforts are on to track down Ranjith who is on the run.Ranjith had killed a man identified as Manjunath after he objected to his eve teas- ing .Recently Ranjith was released on bail and started stalking Gayatri, enquiried by the police revealed .later in the evening He was arrested and produced before the magistrate and remanded him to judicial custody. Harassed' by Goon Teacher ends life inAnekal NAI bureau 1. Save as otherwise, a berth or a seat reserved in the name of a person shall be used only by the person and shall not be transferable to any other person. 2. Chief Reservation Supervisor of important stations are authorized by Railway Administration to permit the change of name of a passenger having a seat or berth reserved in his name in the following circumstances namely : (a) Where the passenger is a Government Servant, pro- ceeding on duty and appropriate authority, makes a request in writing 24 hours before the scheduled depar- ture of trains (b) Where the passenger makes a request in writing 24 hours before the scheduled departure of the train that the reservation made in his name may be transferred to another member of his family, meaning, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Son, Daughter, Husband and Wife. (c) Where the passengers are students of a recognized educational institution and the Head of the institution makes a request in writing 48 hours before the sched- uled departure of the train, that the reservation made in the name of any student be transferred to any other stu- dent of the same institute. (d) Where the passengers are members of a marriage party and any person deemed to be Head of such party makes a request in writing 48 hours before the sched- uled departure of the train that the reservation made in the name of any member of the marriage party be trans- ferred to any other person. (e) Where the passengers are a group of cadets of National Cadet Corps and any officer who is the head of the group, makes a request in writing at least 24 hours before the departure of the train that the reservation made in the name of any cadet be transferred to any other cadet. Good News ForRailway Passengers:Acon- firmed railway ticket can be transferred in your ChangeintheNameofPassengerHoldingConfirmedReservation We the ministers assure you to solve all the problems as because you are main for the society. Sandeep Marwah said a journalist should have knowledge of journalism and we are training them in our institution in noida and many should support as they cover all news by playing on their life too they give priority for the welfare of public they bring us all news and from them only we come to know many news .On the occa- sion of Newspapers association of india's first state level journalist conference, Vipin Gaur General Secretary NAI said after discussing with the board commit- tee of NAI we are appointing Kouleshwar Sonkar as National Executive Vice President of NAI, The country and politics National weekly Newspaper, Bengaluru Edition was launched on this occasion by, D H Shankar Murthy, D V Sadananada Gowda, Dinesh Gundurao, Raghavendra Auradkar, Suryaban Rajput, Vipin Gaur, Venkatesh Pai, Kouleshwar Sonkar, Sudhakar and all other members of NAI. NAI Karnataka State Journalist Conference...... M A Saleem, additional com- missioner of police (Traffic), said the public eye is an important tool today as citi- zens are encouraged to report traffic violations. initia- tive was launched by the Bangaluru Traffic Police on November 2012 and so far 28,908 offenders have been booked by the traffic police since its inception. “The new initiative involves asking the general public to assist the traffic police to nab traffic vio- lators.This initiatives involves the general public assisting the traffic police in curbing the menace of errant road monsters. 11000 KM roads are in our city and there are more than 66 lakh vehicles in the city and it would be impossible for traffic police- men to be present at every junction and cross road. As of now, there is only one traffic policeman for 5,000 vehicles in the city,’’it empowers citi- zens to be more responsible and become role models that others can emulate. This campaign can initiate a domi- no effect wherein the actions of one vigilant citizen posi- tively influence a behavioural change among fellow citi- zens. Saleem said. Ms Swathi Ramanath said explained about the I Change my City as she I I Change my City was launched in Bengaluru to address the lack of three aspects in urban Governance ,Participation, accountability and trans- parency . And as of July 2015 , I Change my City.com (ICMyC) has a registered user base of 1,75,000 and has more than 26,700 active citizens posting complaints on the site with a 50% resolu- tion rate. The new public eye mobile app works on a simple mantra of aim-click-send. To ensure this, one needs to download and register him- self/herself on the app, and use the mobile app to capture a clear image of the violator (registration number should be clearly visible in the pic- ture) and send the picture. Both the app and the site are user-friendly. It also allows users to upload multiple high resolution images.The Bengaluru Traffic Police will issue notices to the errant drivers/two-wheeler riders and take action. For example, if there is a pic- ture submitted of a vehicle parked on a road with a no- parking sign, the no-parking board itself may not be visi- ble. This will be crucial for us in order to verify the authentici- ty of the violation; so in such cases henceforth, someone from Janaagraha will contact the user and clarify all the missing links before a police docket number is issued for the complaint. This will then be followed up accordingly with appropriate action," Will be taken by Bengaluru Traffic Police. Swathi Ramanathan said . From April 2009 to March 2013, about 45,000 house- holds were targetted, 80% of them being poor, while 10% were highly vulnerable. Some of the achievements of the programme as analysed in ISEC report were as follows: 1.Households dependent on Money Lenders were reduced from 45% to 8% during the programme. 2.Bank credit access to the group members have gone up by 100% 3.82% of total members acquired livelihhod assets. 4.90% of the group members got incremental income. 5.30% of extremely vulnera- ble households moved out of poverty. Suicides occur due to small land holdings, low agriculture productivity with poor rains, mono-crop patterns, low cov- erage under institutional cred- it, inadequate post-harvest and marketing tie-ups. We propose to ensure Agricultural Profitability and Income Improvement as fol- lows: •Usage of sustainable farm- ing methods, Adoption of Low External Input Sustainable Agriculture (LEISA) technique and improvement in the crop and livestock yields con- tribute to incremental net income. •Facilitating a fair and trans- parent Online platform for marketing their produce in an open market without the inter- ference of commission agents. This will ensure that farmers get the highest achievable rates prevalent in the market for their produce and are not on the mercy of traders, mid- dlemen or moneylenders. •Imparting non-farm skills and livelihood training cum asset building to make each mem- ber of the family add to the income. Save The Farmer campaign is for three years and is extendable to a further term, if needed. CSR heads may contact info@savethe- farmer.com or the author shalinirajneesh.sr@gmail.com I Change My City "Public Eye ".... Save the Farmer.......
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A- 115, Vakil Chamber, Top Floor, Shakarpur, Delhi- 110092, Ph: +011 22058133 Printed, Published by Vipin Gaur on behalf of News Papers Association of India, Printed at Mayank Offset Process 794/95, Guru Ramdas Nagar Ext. Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi- 92, and Published from J-51, DLF Dilshad Colony Delhi-95, Editor Gayatri Gaur, All Disputes Solved in Delhi Court Only Newspapers Association of India (NAI) is an umbrella organisation that repre- sents the press at the grass-root level and includes publications from all languages and territo- ries, thereby constituting the core of the press in this country. Since the incep- tion of NAI in 1993, it has been our endeavour to bring the Small and Medium newspapers pub- lished from the length and breadth of our great coun- try together under the ambit of one organisation. Until now we have been successful in bringing together more than 8000 such newspapers and jour- nalists as active members under our association. 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