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PPP in Railway

 

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ALPs Demonstration on SUR Division

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Shivraj Patil quits

 

P. Chidambaram becomes Home Minister

Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil has resigned, owing moral responsibility for terror attacks in Mumbai and Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram has been given the charge to head the home ministry. PM takes over the finance portfolio.
Under fire from within his party and ruling allies for his inept handling of the security situation in the country, Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil resigned on Sunday, owning the moral responsibility for terror attacks in Mumbai.

Patil has submitted his resignation to Prime Minister  Manmohan Singh, highly placed government sources said. The resignation is likely to be accepted and more resignations of top officials responsible for country’s security and intelligence gathering cannot be ruled out, they said.

Patil’s resignation has also put a question mark on the continuation of Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, who is also under intense party pressure to step down.

Prime Minister Singh was reportedly unhappy with Patil’s performance in the wake of repeated terror attacks in different parts of the country.

Beleagured Patil faced severe criticism at the Congress Working Committee meeting on Saturday night, and party president Sonia Gandhi’s disapproval of his handling of the ministry sealed his fate, it is learnt.

Sonia pulled up Patil in the CWC meeting and wanted to know the reasons of intelligence failure that led to a serious situation in Mumbai, a senior party leader unwilling to be named said.

Leaders who spoke at the CWC meet pointed out that the party could have to suffer heavily in the ongoing assembly elections in six states due to the government’s failure to check the increasing incidents of terrorism.

Patil’s departure would lead to a overhaul in the team responsible for country’s security.

P Chidambaram appointed Home Minister

Finance Minister P Chidambaram was today appointed Home Minister after incumbent Shivraj V Patil resigned owing moral responsibility for the Mumbai terror attacks, the worst the country had seen.

63-year-old Chidambaram, who has had a stint as Minister of Internal Security under the late Rajiv Gandhi in late 1980s, was shifted to the Home Ministry after amidst demands for the ouster of Patil, who had come under severe attack for his handling of internal security matters.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, himself an economist of repute, will hold the Finance portfolio at a time when the country is suffering from the ripple effects of the global recession. Singh had held the Finance portfolio for five years under the late P.V.Narasimha Rao.

A Rashtrapati Bhawan communique announced the appointment of Chidambaram as Home Minister after acceptance of Patil’s resignation. It said the Prime Minister will hold the additional charge of Finance.

Indications that Chidambaram would be given the new responsibility came when he was called as a special invitee to the Congress Working Committee (CWC) last night and he met the Prime Minister this morning to discuss the situation arising out of the Mumbai terror attacks.

After recommending Patil’s resignation to President Pratibha Patil, who is away in Indonesia, the Prime Minister spoke to Chidambaram formally conveying the decision to give him the new assignment.

The appointment also came hours before the start of the all-party meeting convened by the Prime Minister to discuss the Mumbai attacks and evolve a consensus on how to combat terror.

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SAD Demises

 maMDla Aayaaogaacao janak

EaI. vhI. pI. isaMga Amar rho

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Vishwanath Pratap Singh

विश्वनाथ प्रताप सिंह

माजी पंतप्रधान विश्‍वनाथ प्रताप सिंह यांचे दिल्ली येथील अपोलो रुग्णालयात दीर्घ आजाराने निधन झाले. ते सत्त्याहत्तर वर्षांचे होते. भारताच्या दहाव्या पंतप्रधानपदाची धुरा त्यांनी सांभाळली होती.
विश्‍वनाथ प्रताप सिंह हे एक उत्तम कवी आणि चित्रकार होते. त्यांनी अलाहाबाद आणि पुणे विद्यापीठातून बीए, एलएलबी आणि बीएससी असे पदवीशिक्षण घेतले होते. 1984 ते 1987 त्यांनी भारताच्या अर्थमंत्रीपदाची जबाबदारी सांभाळली होती. जन मोर्चाचे संस्थापक असलेल्या सिंह यांच्या कारकिर्दीत मंडल आयोगाच्या अंमलबजावणीवरून वादंग झाला होता.

  • VP Singh, 77, former Indian PM and social engineer, dies.

The 77-year-old leader, who had been battling blood cancer for more than 17 years, and renal failure, died in Delhi’s Apollo Hospital.

Former prime minister V.P. Singh, who dethroned Rajiv Gandhi to form, in 1989, India’s second non-Congress coalition government and later tried social engineering through reservations that changed the country’s political course irreversibly, died in the Capital on Thursday.

The 77-year-old leader, who had been battling blood cancer for more than 17 years, and renal failure, died in the city’s Apollo Hospital where he was admitted nearly six months ago.

Obituary: A file photo of former prime minister V.P. Singh. PTI

Obituary: A file photo of former prime minister V.P. Singh. PTI

Singh shot to fame in the mid-1980s, when he was finance minister in the Congress government headed by Gandhi. He took on industrialists, including Reliance Industries Ltd’s Dhirubhai Ambani. Some he offended by launching tax investigations. With others, he achieved the objective by refusing to cater to their demands for low import duties on some products and high on others. Still, Singh was the proverbial new broom—and an equal opportunity offender.

When Gandhi couldn’t deliver on the promise on which he had come to power—a clean government—Singh cashed in on the opportunity. He began to project himself as “Mr Clean”. Raids against companies intensified, complaints were made in the right quarters, and Singh was shifted to the defence ministry. But he wasn’t finished yet. He began to investigate the murky world of arms deals. As stories of kickbacks from the now-famous Bofors deals began to spread, and damage the reputation of Gandhi, Singh was sacked.

By then, however, Singh had discovered a way out: coalitions. He resigned from the Lok Sabha and spent the next few years building the Janata Dal—a coalition of non-BJP, non-Congress parties. In 1989, he fought the general election on this platform. He forged an alliance with the Communist parties and struck an understanding with the Bharatiya Janata Party. And he became the 10th prime minister of India. He held the post for less than a year but triggered the trend of coalition politics which continues till today.

Singh’s major achievement was the implementation of the Mandal Commission’s recommendations that ensured reservation to students from backward communities in education and public sector jobs. Taking a leaf straight out of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s experiments in Tamil Nadu, he implemented a reservation policy that divided north India vertically. A Delhi University student Rajiv Goswami was so enraged by Singh’s decision that he set himself on fire in front of a huge supportive crowd. And India went up in flames.

Some analysts say Singh’s efforts to implement the findings of the Mandal Commission were an attempt to check the rise of Devi Lal, a rustic Jat leader from Haryana who, too, nursed the ambition of becoming prime minister of India.

Singh also continued to be blamed for bowing to terrorists who had kidnapped Rubaiya Sayeed, the daughter of his home minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed. The release was a turning point in the history of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh, an erudite man with a fondness for poetry and painting, wasn’t the same force after he quit as prime minister. His frail health didn’t help his cause, but history will remember him as the man who managed to polarize India, although his efforts—aimed at creating a level playing field for people belonging to the backward classes—might have been well-intentioned.

Singh is survived by his wife Sita Singh and two sons, Ajeya and Abhay.

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