Thursday, March 19, 2009

MARXIST STRATEGY against PROLETARIAT and final cataclysmic collision in INDIA

MARXIST STRATEGY against PROLETARIAT and final cataclysmic collision in INDIA

Troubled Galaxy Destroyed Dreams: Chapter 182

Palash Biswas

March 19, 1850 IST

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Times of India - ‎Mar 17, 2009‎
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Two galaxies prepare for final cataclysmic collision
Rare view

This image provided by NASA from the Spitzer space telescope shows a pair of colliding galaxies called NGC 6240 in a rare, short-lived phase of their evolution just before they merge into a single, larger galaxy.

A new image from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope offers a rare view of an imminent collision between the cores of two merging galaxies, each powered by a black hole with millions of times the mass of the sun.

The galactic cores are in a single, tangled galaxy called NGC 6240, located 400-million light years away in the constellation Ophiuchus.

Millions of years ago, each core was the dense center of its own galaxy before the two galaxies collided and ripped each other apart.

Now, these cores are approaching each other at tremendous speeds and preparing for the final cataclysmic collision.

They will crash into each other in a few million years, a relatively short period on a galactic timescale.

It combines visible light from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and infrared light from Spitzer.

It catches the two galaxies during a rare, short-lived phase of their evolution, when both cores of the interacting galaxies are still visible but closing in on each other fast.

My dear friends, I was not joking!

You need not to be a PSEPHOLOGIST to assess the POLITICAL WAR Scenario in India.

Mind you, last time the TOILET MEDIA projected SHINING INDIA and presented NDA WIN PROSPECTS! What happened?

The Toilet media, projects DR MANMOHAN SINGH to continue as the PRIME MINISTER of India!

Just think on, UPA partners did not allow the CONGRESS PARTY even a DOZEN open seats in UP and BIHAR with combined strength of 80 plus 40 total 120 seats. How the CONGRESS may be able to get the magic figure?

NDA is breaking up. It is nearly wiped out from the COW BELT. ADWANI won`t be the next prime Minister!

I have written earlier that it happens to be the FIRST OPEN VARNA YUDDHA, the CASTE WAR. The LOKSABHA ELECTIONS have to decide whether the BRAHAMINICAL Hegemony SUSTAINS or not!

BRAHAMINICAL parties have finalised the SURVIVAL STRATEGY!


CPIM committed a HISTORICAL BLUNDER to PULL Jyoti Basu DOWN from becoming the first Prime Minister of India and controlled the GOVTS led by DEVEGAUDA and GUJRAL.

They are holding STATE POWER in the CENTRE since 1977 without ACCOUNTABILITY.

They continued SUPPORT to UPA GOI headed by WOPRLD BANK GANGSTER and Washington Planted Immoral Anti national IMPOSTORS until STRATEGIC RE ALLIANCE under US and ISRAEL lead was FINAL. Until INDO US NUKE DEAL was finalised. UNTIL DEPORTATION BENGALI SC REFUGEES and SEZ, RETAIL, CHEMICAL and GENOCIDE DRIVE on the name of FOREIGN Investment, Urbanisation, Privatisation, Industrialisation , Development and INFRASTRUCTURE were finalised.


THE CPIM manifesto assures reconsideration of NUKE DEAL while it is a FRAUD outright as the DEAL may not be RECTIFIED or CANCELLED!

CPIM was in the DRIVERS seat in DEVEGAUDA and GUJRAL govts which finalised the PSU LIST to be DIS INVESTED. It finalised the term DISINVESTMENT instead of PRIVATISATION to overcome the Cultural SHOCK!

It fixed the DISINVESTMENT Strategies and FINALISED an IMMUNE to criminal Investigation, Immune to parliamentary Procedure and IMMUNE to JUDICIARY JURISDICTION DISINVESTMENT Ministry. MARXISTS and its TRADE unions endorsed the PRIME MINISTER`s , headed by PRIVATE SECTOR ICONS, Report on DISINVESTMENT. They endorsed at least THREE DISINVESTMENT Commission reports!



Now, all of a SUDDEN Prakash KARAT as well as JYOTI BASU predict the CPIM SHARE in the GOVERNMENT OF INDIA!


Just because, it is the only POSSIBLE way to BLOCK MAYAWATI to win the CASTE WAR!

The MARXIST LEADER Comrade JYOTI BASU has to be the PRIME MINISTER of India if the BRAHMINS of INDIA have to hold on the STATE POWER as well as HEGEMONY.


Thus, PAWAR, PASWAN, MULAYAM, LALU , BIJU, NAIDU, JAILALITA, DEVEGAUDA and even the likes of SOREN, AJIT, CHAUTALA and NITISH have to cear the DECKS for Jyoti Basu!

BASU speaks STRAIGHT FORWARD while KARAT statements are quite amusing!

CPM chief Prakash Karat said he would be open to talking to the ruling Congress party to support the formation of an alternative ‘Third Front’ government after the general election.
The statement by Karat signals a shift in India's political sands, opening up the chance of a Left-Congress pact after they split angrily in 2008 over the civilian nuclear deal with the United States.

The CPM and smaller Left parties were crucial in giving the ruling Congress party-led coalition majority in Parliament from 2004 to 2008, but they blocked many economic reforms such as privatisation.

"We can do business with them and ask them to support an alternative secular formation, it's possible -- why not, I don't rule it out," Karat said to a news channel.

The CPM is a major force behind the ‘Third Front’ of smaller regional parties that aims to challenge Congress and the BJP.

"It's a big change, especially from someone as hawkish as Karat," said political analyst Amulya Ganguli. "He's indicating that the Third Front could be open to the outside support of Congress to form a government."

Ganguli said there were two possibilities from Karat's statement. Firstly, a Third Front could do well in the election, and ask for outside support of Congress to gain majority. A similar thing happened in 1996.

"It's not a question of untouchability. We'll do business with all parties but that business will be circumscribed by the nature of the mandate," Karat said.

I have met my People, the UNSETTLED RESETTLED EAST BENGAL INDIGINOUS refugees scattered all over DANDAKARANY spanning in five states Madhya Pradesh, CHHATTISHGARH, Maharashtra, ANDHRA and ORISSA very recently.

I met representatives of hundreads of Refugee villages in Malakangiri and Navrangpur districts, Industrial belt of Jagadal pur, Beledilla and Kirongilli. I met the people stranded in SALWA JUDUM in DANTEWARA, the MAOIST Den!

I also met the people from Chandrapur, Garchiroli and bhandar districts in Maharashtra, met the Refugees settled in ADILABAD division specially in kagaz nagar.

I met some from MP, too.

I was also amongst the people belonging to Pakhanjore.

I visited OMARKOT and TURIDIH in Navrangpur on dantewara bordre where the Bengali refugees have been in a loggerhead stand off situation against the ABORIGINAL TRIBAL people, equally deprived and selected for ethnic cleansing!

For my family background, I had not to introduce myself anywhere or to anyone though I visited DANDAKARANYA very late!

But my father had been always amongst them.

The Bengali Refugees stranded in five major TRANSIT Camps in CHHATTISHGARH MP combined were mobilised by Marxist Communist party of India for MARICHJHANPI MARCH. Comrade JYOTI BASU visited BHILAI to launch the agenda motivated to create a SC REFUGEE dominated VOTE BANK to capture POWER in West Bengal.

Later Basu became the first MARXIST CHIEF MINISTER in WEST BENGAL and sustained the MARXIST BRAHAMINICAL Hegemony in Bengal and TRIPURA for three full decades!

Chief Minister JYOTI BASU sent his powerful ministers like RAM CHATTERJEE and Kiranmoy Nanda all over DANDAKARANYA to continue the CAMPAIGN MARICHJHANPI.

My late father PULIN BABU, the UP based REFUGEE leader, the President of ALL INDIA UDVASTU SAMITI, visited REFUGEE Camps and settlement to dissuade our PEOPLE as he was afraid of MARXIST BETRAYAL. He was the leader of the PEASANTS` INSURRECTION led by Unified Communist party of India in the TERAI of NAINITAL, DHIRI BLOCK Uprising inspired by TELENGANA.

The Communist leadership betrayed TELENGANA as well as DHIMRI BLOCK.

As a communist leader my father visited RIOT TORN ASSAM in 1960 and CONVINCED our people to stay on the new found HOMELAND despite PARTY Restriction. he faced TRIAL, TORTURE and DECREES as a COMMUNIST leader but never could mobilise the PARTY in favour of the PROLETARIAT!

He was thrown out of BENGAL as well as ORISSA for his ALOUD COMMITMENT to our people.Thus, he never believed the COMMUNISTS for which as a HARD CORE MARXIST I never involved myself in REFUGEE MOVEMENT and involved myself in ECOLOGY Movement in HILLS and later, NATIONALITY movements in UTTARAKHAND, CHATTISHGARH and JHARKHAND.

On Marichjhanpi, Me and Father shared same STANCE though on different landscape.

I followed my ECO Principles and have been afraid of HARSH REPRESSION in the light of NAXAL INSURRECTION and with awareness of ENVIRONMENT, FOREST and SEA COAST Line ACTs!

While my father was worried for predestined ETHNIC CLEANSING of the REFUGEES as he had been involved in all refugee movements in INDIA. I did not care to talk to my people but my father tried his best to persuade our PEOPLE to call OFF Marichjhanpi campaign.

The leader of MARICHJHANPI long march, SATISH MANDAL accepted that they would have killed my father if the SECURITY FORCES had not saved his life.

The Bengali Refugees were so much so MOBILISED by the MARXISTS led by GESTAPO HEAD Jyoti Basu.

In Malkan GIRI, Refugee leader NADE VASI BISWAS also protested and pleaded our people to stay back in Dandkaranya and launch a movement at HOME. He was THRASHED by the IRRITATED MOB on the same day while WB MINISTER RAM CHATTERJEE addressed the DANDAKARANY people in a MASSIVE PUBLIC meeting in MALKANGIRI.

Subhash Tarafdar, the PRESIDENT of HARICHAND GURUCHAND SEVA SAMITI Pataru, spoke on the day with graphic detail. He was a CHILD then and attended the meeting in his father`s lap.

Ram Chatterjee assured the REFUGEES that he was an ENVOY of the MARXIST CHIEF MINISTER of WB CHIEF MINISTER JYOTI BASU. The Marxist government would resettle all BENGALI REFUGEES scattered countrywide in SUNDARVANA. CHATTERJEE informed the people there that the MARXIST MINISTERS and Leaders were visiting every refugee settlement in 318 regions nationwide.


He declared,` BAGLAAR PAANCH KOTI MANUSH TAADER DUS KOTI HAATH DIYE TOMADER BUKE TENE NEBE.’ He assured that the BENGALi Population of FIVE CRORE people would welcome the REFUGEES back home with their TEN CRORE hands!

I had to hear from the VICTIMS of MARICHJHANPI returned to DANDAKARANYA VILLAGES after the ETHNIC CLEANSING and GANGRAPE simply because they refuged to join CPIM as offered by Marxist leaders including SUBHASH CHAKRABARTY.

RSP supported and helped the MARICHJHANPI people.

The JANTA DAL MP KASHI KANT MAITRA was involved in the movement.



In Hasnabad BASU addressed the Marichjhanpi people and faced BLACK FLAGS and then, CPIM DECIDED for EVICTION!

IPS AMIYA SAMANTA was the GESTAPO HEAD entrusted to evacuation





The helpless refugees trespassed nearby KUMARMARI Island swimming the RIVER as all of the BOATS were SUNK and LAUNCHES captured with the CREW!

The POLICE opened fire on the REFUGEES seeking FOOD and WATER for their women and children.


Film DIRECTOR TUSHAR BHATTACHARYA documented the witnesses and evidences in his film MARICHJHANPI telecasted on KOLKATA TV at least FIVE Times.

I had been involved in TRANSLATION, SCRUTINEE and EDITING of the film.

In Dandakaranya, encountering the INDIGENOUS ABORIGINAL Landscape and HUMANSCAPE, I had to realise that the RUSHES about FORTY FULL hours may not reflect the FACTS of MARXIST BETRAYAL as I had to face some or other one in every place who would spek out on the HOLOCAUST beginning with Power Transfer to Bengali Brahamins and ending in the CREATION of MARXIST Brahaminical HEGEMONY!

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The proletariat (from Latin prollees, "offspring") is a term used to identify a lower social class; a member of such a class is proletarian. Originally it was identified as those people who had no wealth other than their sons. The term was initially used in a derogatory sense, until Karl Marx used it as a sociological term to refer to the working class.

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[edit] The Proletariat in Marxist theory
In Marxist theory, the proletariat is that class of a capitalist society which does not have ownership of the means of production and whose only means of subsistence is to sell their labor force in for a wage. Proletarians are wage-workers, while some refer to those who receive salaries as the salariat. For Marx, however, wage labor may involve getting a salary rather than a wage per se.

Marxism sees the proletariat and bourgeoisie (capitalist class) as occupying conflicting positions, since (for example) factory workers automatically wish wages to be as high as possible, while owners and their proxies wish for wages (costs) to be as low as possible.

In Marxist theory, the borders between the proletariat and (1) some layers of the petite bourgeoisie, who rely primarily but not exclusively on self-employment at an income no different from an ordinary wage or below it, and (2) the lumpen proletariat, who are not in legal employment, are not necessarily well defined. Intermediate positions are possible, where some wage-labor for an employer combines with self-employment. Socialist political parties have often struggled over the question of whether they should seek to organize and represent the entire proletariat, or just the wage-earning working class.

According to Marxism, capitalism is a system based on the exploitation of the proletariat by the bourgeoisie (the "capitalists", who own and control the means of production). This exploitation takes place as follows: the workers, who own no means of production of their own, must use the means of production that are property of others in order to produce, and, consequently, earn their life. Instead of hiring those means of production, they themselves get hired by capitalists and work for them, producing goods or services. These goods or services become the property of the capitalist, who sells them at the market. One part of the wealth produced is used to pay the workers' wages (variable capital), another part to renew the means of production (constant capital) while the third part (surplus value) is split between the capitalist's private takings (profit), and the money used to pay rents, taxes, and interests, etc. A part of the surplus value is also used to increase the means of production, either in quantity or quality (ie, it is turned into capital), and is called capitalised surplus value[1]. The commodities proletarians make, and capitalists sell, are valued for the amount of labour embodied in them. The same goes for the labour force itself: it is valued, not for the amount of wealth it produces, but for the amount of labour necessary to produce and reproduce it. The difference between the wealth the proletariat produces through its work, and the wealth it consumes in order to survive and provide labour force to the capitalist companies, is called surplus value[2].

Thus the capitalists earn money (profit) from the labor of their employees, not as a function of their personal contribution to the productive process (which may even be null), but as a function of the juridical relation of property of the means of production. Marxists argue that new wealth is created through labor applied to natural resources[3]; therefore, if someone gains wealth through the monopoly of means of production, then those who work to produce that wealth do not not receive the full wealth created by their labor, nor do they have a say in the use of the wealth appropriated by the proprietors of means of production. In other words, the workers are exploited. Thus, Marxists argue that capitalists make a profit by exploiting the proletariat.

Marx himself argued that it was the goal of the proletariat itself to displace the capitalist system with socialism, changing the social relationships underpinning the class system and then developing into a communist society in which: "..the free development of each is the condition for the free development of all" (Communist Manifesto)[4].

Marx makes a clear distinction of proletariat as salaried workers, which he sees a progressive class, with Lumpen proletariat, "rag-proletariat", the poorest and outcasts of the society, such as beggars, tricksters, entertainers, buskers, criminals and prostitutes, which he considers a retrograde class[5][6].

[edit] Other Uses
Arnold J. Toynbee uses the term "internal" and "external proletariat" in his monumental "A Study of History" to describe the groups within and external to the frontiers of the state, who during the time of troubles, the World Empire and the decay of a civilization, are progressively disenfranchised, and come to have little loyalty to the survival of that civilization.

[edit] See also
Blue collar
Folk culture
Lower class
Prole drift
Proletarian internationalism
Working class
Wage slavery

[edit] References
^ Luxemburg, Rosa. The Accumulation of Capital. Chapter 6, Enlarged Reproduction.
^ Marx, Karl. The Capital, volume 1, chapter 6.
^ Marx, Karl. Critique of the Gotha Programme, I.
^ Marx, Karl. The Communist Manifesto, part II, Proletarians and Communists
^ Lumpen proletariat -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
^ Marx, Karl. The Communist Manifesto, part I, Bourgeois and Proletarians.
Hal Draper, Karl Marx's Theory of Revolution, Vol. 2; The Politics of Social Classes. Monthly Review Press.

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Proletariat Middle class Slave class Nouveau riche/Parvenu Grey-collar
Lumpenproletariat Lower middle class Lower middle classes Old Money Gold-collar
Peasant/Serf Working class Underclass Lower class Pink-collar
Classlessness Green-collar

Thursday, March 19, 2009
CPM won't do as well as in 2004, Karat tells EU envoys

New Delhi: Bemused ambassadors of countries that are part of the European Union (EU) confessed they heard an admission from a politician they would not get to hear back home. Prakash Karat, general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the largest of the four Left parties in the outgoing Lok Sabha, cheerfully told a gathering of EU envoys earlier this month that he did not expect his party to do as well in 2009 as it had done in the 2004 general elections.

He expected the tally of the Left, which had won 61 seats in 2004, to come down, leaving the post-election scenario open to many possibilities.

And although the nine-party Third Front has now more or less firmed itself as an alternative, Karat was not really confident of the performance of others in the Front either. He told the gathered ambassadors that he did not expect Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati, who is not part of the Third Front but could influence post-election alliances, to win seats in the numbers sufficient to propel her to claim prime ministership — mainly because she was unlikely to get too many seats outside her base of Uttar Pradesh.

Karat was talking to envoys of countries that have investments in India worth billions of dollars, after exactly five years. He spent a large part of his talk on the reasons for the differences with the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) to which the Left parties extended support till last July.

It was not just the Indo-US Civil Nuclear deal that caused the breach, he told representatives of France and Germany, which have a lot riding on the deal. The Left parties began distancing themselves from the UPA when Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee went to the US to sign a 10-year Defence Framework Agreement that put in place a regime of joint exercises to deepen interoperability (ironically the UPA government signed the defence agreement after extended negotiation — and renegotiation — with then US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld).

The envoys — Business Standard spoke with many who attended the meeting — came away with the distinct impression that Karat’s party, if it was in a position of power, would not roll back the Civil Nuclear Agreement but did concede they sensed a shift in India’s foreign policy with the West.

Many envoys knew Karat before he became party general secretary. “I found him much less dogmatic, much more flexible than before,” said one.

The envoys also said they did not think the CPI (M) would roll back previous decisions on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and liberalisation, notwithstanding its ideological position on “neo-liberal economic policies”. In its manifesto, the CPI (M) says it protected the Indian people by not allowing the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Act that would have “facilitated the takeover of Indian private banks by foreign banks”; by preventing any legislation to increase FDI in insurance from 26 to 49 per cent and opposing the Pension Fund Regulatory Act which would have led to pension funds of government employees being privatised and put in the stock market.

What the envoys appreciated most extensively was the clarity in Karat’s thinking. “Here’s a man who knows what he wants. The same cannot be said of others in Indian politics,” said one envoy.

Source: Business Standard

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New Delhi: CIA chief Leon Panetta today met Home Minister P Chidambaram as part of a series of high-level contacts between the US and India and discussed various issues, including security cooperation and the fight against terrorism.

Panetta, who chose India as his first overseas visit since assuming office, had a 20-minute meeting with Chidambaram in his office at North Block.

While officials of the US embassy and the Ministry described the meeting as a courtsey call, sources said both sides expressed satisfaction over the cooperation between the two countries in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror strikes.

Panetta will leave Thursdaynight after scheduled meetings with National Security Adviser M. K.

Narayanan, RAW chief K. C. Verma and Intelligence Bureau's Rajiv Mathur to discuss the security situation in the neighbourhood - Pakistan and Afghanistan and its effect on India, sources said.

This is the third high-level visit by an US official to India since 26/11 strikes, which began with Director of National Intelligence John Michel McConnell visiting New Delhi in third week of December last year.

This was followed by the visit of FBI Director Mueller on March 3.

Source: PTI

Thursday, March 19, 2009
Orissa tense after RSS leader gunned down in Phulbani
Phulbani: A local RSS leader, who was arrested in connection with anti-Christian riots last year, was gunned down by suspected Maoists in Orissa's communally sensitive Kandhamal district early on Thursday.

About 15 armed ultras struck Rudiguma village, about 145km from here, in the wee hours and shot dead Prabhat Panigrahi, who was staying at an RSS activist's house, police said.

A massive combing operation has been launched to nab the assailants Additional forces have been deployed in and around the village as a precautionary measure to prevent any untoward incident.

As the Maoists had blocked the road between Kotagada and Rudiguma by felling trees, it took longer time for the police to reach the spot after clearing the road, the police said.

Panigrahi had been arrested for alleged involvement in communal riots that had rocked Kandhamal after the killing of VHP leader Laxmanananda Saraswati and four others on August 23, 2008, sources said.

He had been released from Baliguda jail on bail on March 14.

Panigrahi, who hails from nearby Bandapipili village, was in the hit list of the ultras, the sources said.

Source: PTI

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Tata gets environmental guidelines for Nano plant
Gandhinagar, Gujarat: Tata Motors, which is building its Rs2000-crore Nano small car plant in Gujarat's Sanand, has been slapped with a list of environmental conditionalities by the state government, a few days before the launch of Nano.

Tata is all set to roll out the world's cheapest car Nano, priced at Rs1 lakh, Monday.

Sources said that the State-Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) has granted environmental permission to the Sanand plant, but in a recent letter asked the company not to use ground water for the project and promote water harvesting practices and eco-development measures in the area.

Tata Group Nov 11 last year had submitted its Risk Assessment Report to the SEIAA, seeking environmental clearance.

The authority asked the company to source the required water from Gujarat Industrial Development Corp (GIDC) or Narmada water pipeline or any other government water supply sources.

There should not be any wastewater generation from the project, the guidelines said.

Besides, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has asked Tata Motors to develop a 'green belt' in phases. Complying with that, the company with the help of local bodies and schools will plant and maintain nearly 5,000 trees in the vicinity of the plant.

Tata Motors would also undertake community welfare programmes in the project area for the overall improvement in the environment, the sources said.

According to the guidelines, Tata could not expand or modify the project without obtaining permission from the union ministry of environment and the SEIAA.

The company should earmark adequate funds to implement the conditions stipulated by the SEIAA, it added.

Source: Indo-Asian News Service

Thursday, March 19, 2009
US recognises Pak as hot bed of terrorism: Mittal
Washington: Appreciating the "responsible" role played by Indian government in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks, top US officials have told a group of Indian CEOs that Washington recongnises Pakistan as "hot bed of terrorism which needs to be controlled".

"They appreciated that India has been very responsible in its behavior. The good news is that they (officials of the Obama administration) recognise that Pakistan is the hot bed of terrorism, which needs to be controlled and contained," Bharti Enterprises Chairman Sunil Mittal, who is heading a CII delegation here, said.

"I think they are willing to engage with India to build a partnership to ensure that the whole region becomes safer," Mittal said.

Mittal led a group of Indian CEOs to meet top officials of the Obama administration Wednesday, wherein they expressed concerns over the prevailing situation in the subcontinent, specially terrorism in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

"We expressed concern with the problems we are facing in the Indian subcontinent outside India, in particular the Pakistan and Afghanistan situation on one hand, the continuous Sri Lanka stress, the Bangladesh mutiny, Myanmar issues and Maoist resurgence in Nepal," Mittal said.

"I was very pleased that for the first time there was a clear acknowledgment that Pakistan issue is serious and needs to be dealt with separately," he said.

Mittal said there was appreciation in the minds of the US decision makers that India has not reacted or retaliated after the Mumbai attacks on a knee jerk basis and that it took a very mature and measured position of indulging in international diplomacy to put pressure on Pakistan.

The delegation met Jim Steinberg, the Deputy Secretary of State at the Foggy Bottom headquarters of State Department.

At the White House they also met Lawrence Summers, Director of the National Economic Council and Michael Froman, Deputy Assistant to the US President Barack Obama and Deputy National Security Adviser.

Members of the visiting CEO mission included C. K. Birla, chairman of Hindustan Motors Ltd; Tarun Das, CII mentor and chairman Haldia Petrochemicals; Pawan Munjal, CEO and Managing Director of Hero Honda Motors; Sunil Kumar Munjal, Chairman of Hero Corporate Services; Vijay Thadani, CEO, NIIT Ltd; and Kiran Pasricha, Executive Director and CEO Aspen Institute India.

Source: PTI

Thursday, March 19, 2009
Switzerland will help catch tax fraudsters: Minister
Paris: The Swiss foreign minister said on Wednesday that her country never belonged on an OECD list of uncooperative tax havens because ``we cooperate.''

The list ``was prepared in a non-transparent way, shall I say, by mandate of a few states despite the fact that Switzerland is a member of the'' Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Foreign Minister Micheline Calmy-Rey said at a news conference during a visit to Paris.

The Swiss, she said, were ``surprised, so as not to say angry.''

Under growing pressure, Switzerland announced on Friday that it will cooperate in international tax investigations, breaking with a long-standing tradition of protecting wealthy foreigners accused of hiding their billions.

The US, France, Germany and other troubles economies have pressed for help catching tax evaders using a standard of information exchange created by the 30-member OECD.

A handful of other countries whose policies of banking secrecy attract foreign wealth have announced plans to be more forthcoming in investigations to avoid being labeled as uncooperative tax havens.

Calmy-Rey said that until now Switzerland had lifted banking secrecy to provide information on tax fraud.

``From now on, to be in compliance with the OECD's model agreement, we will lift tax secrecy as well upon request in cases of tax evasion,'' she said. ``That was not covered until now.''

Austria and Luxembourg announced last week that they would offer more help on tax investigations. Similar promises have come over the past month from Liechtenstein, Bermuda, the British islands of Jersey and Guernsey, and two tiny principalities, Monaco on the Riviera and Andorra on the border between France and Spain.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Indian nuclear team heading to London next week
New Delhi: More than six months after the Nuclear Suppliers Group signalled the resumption of global nuclear trade with India, New Delhi is set to explore business and technology opportunities with Britain when a group of scientists led by Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chief Anil Kakodkar travels to London next week.

"The visit is significant as it follows the recent 123 agreement and will re-invigorate the UK-India bilateral relationship in this important area," a British High Commission press release said, adding that the four-day visit would begin March 24.

The visit comes at a time when the two countries are engaged in a dialogue for finalizing an India-Britain nuclear cooperation declaration, a bilateral pact like the ones India has signed with the US, France and Russia. The declaration may be signed later this year, reliable sources said.

The Indian delegation includes Srikumar Banerjee, director of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai; Bikash Sinha, director of the Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkatta; Vinod Chandra Sahni, director of the Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore and P. Mohanakrishnan, head of the Reactor Physics Division at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam.

B. Purniah, head of International Studies Division, Strategic Planning Group, DAE, will also be part of the delegation.

Kakodkar will give a lecture in London on "The Thorium Cycle and Clean Energy".

The group will visit Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) for an overview of the HiPER Laser Fusion Project. It will meet executives from a host of British commercial nuclear companies like Antech, Centronic, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP, Corporate Risk Associates Ltd., Halcrow, Herbert Smith LLP, Lloyd's Register Group, Simmons and Simmons, Thompson Valves, Urenco Enrichment Company Ltd. and the Nuclear Industry Association.

The delegation will also visit Imperial College, London, and meet the British government's chief scientific advisor, John Beddington.

The Indian team's visit comes two months after British Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Peter Mandelson came here with a team of nearly 100 business leaders, including top executives of companies associated with nuclear industry like Rolls-Royce, AMEC, ANTEC, Centronic and Lloyd Register Group.

During the visit, Mandeson made a vigorous pitch for expanding civil nuclear business with India and presented Britain as a hub of a new nuclear renaissance.

"The UK nuclear industry can provide 70-80 percent of a new nuclear reactors. The civil nuclear industry employs 80,000 people and the UK exports nuclear goods and equipment worth 700 million pounds," he had said during the five-day visit.

Earlier this week, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivered a speech at the International Nuclear Fuel Cycle Conference in London in which he advocated wider use of nuclear power to address the challenges of climate change.

Source: Indo-Asian News Service

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
PM terms Varun Gandhi's hate speech 'unfortunate'
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday said it was” unfortunate" if Varun Gandhi made hate speeches that have drawn strong reactions across the nation.

Talking to reporters at the Defence Investiture Ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan, the prime minister said: "It is unfortunate if Varun Gandhi had made these comments."

Varun Gandhi, 29, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Pilibhit, is in a midst of a raging controversy over his alleged hate speech against Muslims.

So much that BJP said it was "distancing and disassociating" itself from the comments attributed to the "other" Gandhi scion.

Speaking on the sidelines of the ceremony, the prime minister said: "The third front is our rival. It should not be underestimated."

"The UPA (United Progressive Alliance) will win and I am confident that people will vote for UPA," he added.

Manmohan Singh, who is recovering after a cardiac surgery Jan 24, said: "I am fine and will campaign for the polls."

Source: Indo-Asian News Service

Thursday, March 19, 2009
26/11: Court gags media from publicising Kasab evidence
Mumbai: The media has been prohibited from telecasting or publishing any material that may be used as evidence against Ajmal Amir Kasab, the only terrorist caught alive after the Mumbai terror attack.

Special Judge M.L. Tahilyani passed his order in response to an application filed Wednesday by Special Public Prosecutor Ujwal Nikam, who expressed the fear that the evidence published by the media was acting as a deterrent to the Nov 26-29 terror attack case.

"The investigating officer and special PP have got serious apprehension that the witnesses pertaining to that part of the evidence will be scared and the publication will endanger their lives," Tahilyani noted in his order Wednesday evening.

As the allegations were of a serious nature, he felt the court's intervention was necessary in the public interest and passed the order prohibiting the publishing of the case proceedings.

Nikam said in his application that certain print and electronic media had started publicising proceedings pending before the court. This resulted in part of the evidence being disclosed on TV before it was produced in court.

It could result in prejudicing the interests of the court, prosecution and the accused, he pointed out.

Nikam also argued that the telecasting of certain recording clips seized by the investigation officer as part of the probe raised serious doubts about how they were leaked to the media.

Kasab and two others, alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba operatives Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed, will face trial for their involvement in the terror strikes, which claimed over 170 lives.

Source: Indo-Asian News Service

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Raise standards to compete with Indian kids: Obama
Washington: US President Barack Obama urged Americans to raise their standards of education as they have to compete with the students of India and China.

Addressing a town hall meeting at Costa Mesa in California on Wednesday, Obama emphasised on the need to raise the standards of education and put more efforts in education, which he had been stressing upon since his election campaign days.

"It can't just be a single high-stakes standardised test -- but we do need to have strong, powerful measures of performance, because schools are like anything else," Obama said.

"We can't afford our kids to be mediocre at a time when they're competing against kids in China and India who are actually in school about a month longer than our kids," he said.

"So there's a whole bunch of reforms that we're going to have to do," he added.

He said that this is not the job of teachers alone and parents too have an important role to play in this regard.

"You can't put the entire burden on a teacher. If you're not making sure your child does their homework, if you're not reading to them, instilling a sense of excellence and a thirst for knowledge in them, then they're not going to do very well, no matter how good your teacher is," he said.

Source: PTI

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Bangladesh to scrutinise NGOs to scan militant funding
Dhaka: Bangladesh will scrutinise activities of NGOs operating in the country to investigate the funding sources of militant outfits, as part of a massive nationwide security vigil, a top minister has said.

"There are some investments in the country that patronise militant activities," Finance Minister AMA Muhith told newsmen Wednesday night.

Muhith said the government would scrutinise activities of the NGOs which were registered when the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party-led four-party alliance was in power.

Fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islam (JI) was a key partner in the four-party grouping and its secretary general Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid was in charge of the social welfare ministry that approves registration of NGOs.

"... Many things could be unearthed if the activities of some new NGOs which were registered when Mujahid was the social welfare minister could be examined," Muhith said.

Muhith's comments followed intelligence reports that certain Middle East-based NGOs were funding terrorism.

An intensified campaign was ordered after a senior minister overseeing investigations into the bloody BDR mutiny hinted that investigators have found clauses of militant involvement in the carnage.

Meanwhile, the parliamentary committee on home affairs has recommended constitution of a special force to fight militancy.

Source: PTI

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Little Rubina, Azhar have date with Sonia Gandhi
The little big moment

All dressed up and smiling, the child stars of Oscar winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" - Rubina Ali Qureshi and Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail Shaikh - came from the shanties of Mumbai and met Congress president Sonia Gandhi here Thursday. Designer Leena Singh was also part of the party to the meeting held in New Delhi.

"Soniaji today met the kids who had acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire'," Tom Vadakkan, media secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC), said. Rubina, 9, and Azharuddin, 10, met her at her residence in 10, Janpath.

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Reading Lenin In Modern Rome - ‎Mar 17, 2009‎
Proletariat and bourgeoisie, capitalism and Socialism, greedy capitalist exploiters and oppressed toiling masses, class struggle, revolution and capitalist ...
Obama signals danger that must be changed
Beaufort Gazette - ‎Mar 17, 2009‎
First, we have a dumbed-down, government-dependent, indolent proletariat. Next are the naïve, mostly affluent liberals and pseudo intellectuals (Lenin ...
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The Spoof (satire) - ‎Mar 18, 2009‎
... was distracted by Arsenal legend Pat Rice who'd asked him where he stood on communism and if he thought it was ever a blueprint for the proletariat?
Biden on Stimulus Spending: Avoid the Pork
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Seriously, this guy's one line away from the presidency and that's almost as scary as the current proletariat's choice. The Obama Administration telling the ...
The street takes on Sarkozy again
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They dream of a brave new dictatorship of the proletariat. For these people as well as the moderate left, Sarkozy stands as a useful hate figure, ...
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Washington Post - ‎Mar 18, 2009‎
It is an issue of rich versus poor, the bourgeoisie versus the proletariat, the 'haves' versus the 'have-nots'. And the battle lines are becoming more and ...

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Socialist Worker Online - ‎Mar 3, 2009‎
As Marx and Engels wrote in the Communist Manifesto: [W]ith the development of industry, the proletariat not only increases in number; ...
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Brazil-based militant makes case against Italy extradition
AFP - ‎Feb 27, 2009‎
... jail time for assassination and bank robbery committed when he was a member of the violent left-wing group, the Armed Proletariat for Communism (PAC). ...
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The Heights (subscription) - ‎Mar 12, 2009‎
... "Annual Auto Issue," Mercedes placed 27th out of 34 automobile brands ranked by reliability. What was first, you ask? Working-class, proletariat Toyota.
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Salt Lake Tribune - ‎Mar 3, 2009‎
Via, the decidedly low-key instant coffee drink, is being sold with an equally proletariat price tag of a dollar or less per cup. ...
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