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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Sitting Rapists MP's would not pass Criminal law Amendment

Heard about Congrass proposing changes in rape laws, Could not prevent laughing myself as this news looked similar as builders in Noida Extension promoting proposed metro line which would take another 5-10 years(being optimistic) for actual implementation of this proposal.

Similar is this (to be proposed) proposal made by Congress, 369 sitting MP's have criminal cases against them. So do these MP's think that mango man don't understand such vote bank tactics ie proposing soemthing which would never be implemented as implementation would put MP's benhind bars or Chemical castration (in some cases). However I would certainly like if Congress pays money to MP's or use any other settlement method(like withdrawing CBI cases against them) for passing this amendment, But this doesnot looks the case this time as the law would help mango man and not the politicians, so paying for something which would help common people of India is certainly not the thing our MP's are known to do for free!

I was surfing the net for getting a list of sitting MP's with criminal charges against them(including Rape/molestation).

Following are MP's with rape charges against them:

1.S. Semmalai : He is an MP from Salem Constituency of Tamil Nadu state as a member of AIDMK( All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam ) Party.
2.Suvendu Adhikari : He is an MP from Tamluk Constituency of West Bengal state as a member of All India Trinamool Congress Party.

Maximum cases of crimes against women are against candidates from Bihar (9), followed by Maharashtra(6), and Uttar Pradesh (5). Converting a state into cantonment, fear of a public uprising, civil war is an perfect example of weak and afraid government. Always remember the biggest power of any country is POWER OF THE MOB/NORMAL CITIZENS So while concluding I can still say that nothing substantial would come out from Parliament this time also, as was the case with JanLokPal uprising!

Another Important piece of information regarding our sitting MP'S can be seen in following pages:
loksabha MP's assets details
Rajya sabha MP's assets details

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Castration - Only way in preventing rapes in North India

While the south India is famous for intellectual ability, Northern part is notoriously famous for their ability of raping females openly without any fear of concrete rape laws in place. The idea of my post has gathered enough steam after the recent rape of 23 year old by 6 guys with high rape intellect ability. A common phenomenon found among males residing/working/passing in/through delhi.

The words of Winston Churchill appeared in front of my eyes again and it read: "When ever we leave India it would be run by Goons" and my god it is! The whole problem starts because of weak civil laws, No time frame for judicial cases..ever increasing society divide between girl and boy child, dwindling sex ratio numbers in north india.Political class doing nothing as still none of them have been raped. May be they might make concrete and fast laws for punishing the convicted rapists. The whole problem actually originates from the social structure where males are given more respect then the females in North India, I have lived for nearly 5 years in southern part too and I respect the social structure of south India then the North india.

The effect of British raj's effort of degrading social structure is now visible in almost 80-90 percent of population of Delhi, There is no respect shown to females what so ever!! . Situation has become such worse that only fear of law can prevent such acts from occurring. When the Rapists are doing the act there is no fear at all in their minds about the law..I repeat NO FEAR OF LAW IN THEIR MINDS WHILE RAPING/EVETEASING !!

Another reason is over protecting politicians, The ratio of a police personal/1000 people is not even one which makes prevention of such crimes impossible as majority of policemen are busy in serving/protecting politicians.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Dumping Pranab for setting Rahul baba

Thought of writing this post as it has kept on striking part of my brain for last couple of days. We all know that Pranab Mukherjee is a mass leader for congrass(*e). So best decent method for dumping such mass leader is Rashtrapati bhawan. The top 2 reasons for such step by top congress management (which included Pranab mukherjee himself too) are following: 1) Failure of Pranab mukherjee as finance minister. 2) Rahul baba wanted to play bigger role by getting rid of old dead wood.

So congrass(*e) management did similar to what we say in hindi "ek teer se do nishane", first is now bad shape of indian economy would be corrected by some capable person..like chiddu , and Rahul baba might step into home ministry role...initially the may be PM(PM role looks remote until 2014 elections though)....

Lets see in coming couple of month's which role is given to Rahul baba.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Defence deal commisions scam - full political racket


Following is proof for defence deal scams racket with all the proofs:

Thursday, May 3, 2012

India - Banana republic in making?

Again posting after a long time, but the time is most important ingredient for this post, It is about Indian politico-economic scenario and is it right to call India a Banana Republic? The answer acccording to me is yes India can be called a Banana republic, ok now you must be asking why? This post would explain it. Firstly a brief about term - 'Banana Republic', A banana republic is term given by O.henry for a country that has ruling plutocracy of Business, politics and military/police and judiciary. ie private exploitation of public properties and debt incurred is public responsibility..and these Indian politicians have helped in making India fit to be called a Banana republic.

There are numerous examples where indian politicians and business houses have exploited the public resources, They obviously cant be put behind bars because in a Banana republic all three segments, politicians, businessmen, police/military works for each other rather then for people, hence this politicians and businessmen nexus is impossible to break. Now you might be thinking why this nexus is impossible to break? - The answer is rather simple police would be used to torture person who initiates anything against this nexus. The other important question which comes to our mind is how to put an end to it, In a banana republic misrepresentations about data by govt offices can never end. This business/politicians nexus is used by big companies to stifle growth of newcomers into their domain, I would explain it with example- One of the biggest Indian businesss houses imported some yarn when the excise duty on the yarn was 5 percent, he stocked his warehouses well, and then using his political connections the very next day he told delhi to raise excise duty on that yarn to 25 percent, Delhi did it happily since the power of doing resides with them. Now the other players of yarn industry imported by paying 25 percent duty, They also know about the reason for increase in duty suddenly without any need/req for such increase, but because these small players are not strong enough, they cant do anything, Now the biggest player sold the yarn in India at 125 INR/unit thus other players become bankrupt as they are not in position to price their goods at that rate. Such tactics are used by biggest Indian businesses for stiffling competition using Economic/political connections. This nexus yields to never ending corruptioncases - Take 2G scam - Do you think something concrete would come out of the judiciary? I highly doubt so...2G scam case is a never ending case just like fodder scam or numerous other scams.

Due to this nexus Indian economy has become inbalanced and such imbalanced economy devaluates currency considerably. The country is ineligible for international development-credit, and remains limited by the uneven economic development of town and country, In a banana republic government servants exploit their posts for personal gains. All the points where public money is collected directly like Toll plazas, electricity department, PWD would rarely go showing profits because part of revenue earned goes to politicians, higher officials etc. Also in Banana republic nation like India government budget deficit repaid by the native working people who “earn money”, rather than “make money”. Isn't it shocking...actually it is disturbing! - you are reading Indiaassuperpower.blogspot.in, thanks for visiting! Indian Political class is rather funny - When a govt agency puts 2G losses at 176000 crores and an ignorant cabinet minister(who basically has notion that he is most brainy indian) puts that figure to ZERO!!...hahahaha Another aspect of Banana republic which India fulfills diligently is that we have an unaccountable government, Parliamentarians are usually up for sale and function as ceremonial government. With rich becoming even richer and Poor more poorer by each passing day.

When Civil society raises their voice, the politicians try to stifle their voices (again by using Police/force) like the case of Ramlila ground in delhi. The irony is these ignorant politicians think they are masters in making policies but actual scenario is when a real brainy person speaks to them then they simply look like asses in front of him. In my personal view -'Five senior cabinet leaders looks like asses when compared to intellect level of Arwind kejriwal' for sure. The business houses are looting government which is looting Indian taxpayers money(after giving politicians their share) and grow even taller in India. Thus for concluding this never ending debate on Is India a true Banana republic? - and my answer to it is YES!
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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Using 49-O during voting - Power to the voter

In this post I would discus about the changes which are must during voting, Elections days, which would certainly help in electing best candidate or electing no candidate when there is no good candidate contesting ( This second case is currently not allowed in India), Choosing No candidate and choosing not to cast your vote can be a very powerful in eradicating corrupt candidates.

If a eligible voter doesnot want to cast his vote to any one of candidate (as candidates have criminal records, pending cases) then he can use article 49-0 for recording the fact that he doesnot want to cast his vote. However currently the whole process of using 49-O is cumbersome and not secret because if a voter chooses 49-O then he has to tell the presiding officer about this and thus secrecy of ballot is not followed in this approach which might become problem for the ballot as candidates come to know about people who have not casted votes, and we all know what any criminal can do.

The exact wording of article 49-O from constitution is as written below:

49-O. Elector deciding not to vote.-If an elector, after his electoral roll number has been duly entered in the register of voters in Form-17A and has put his signature or thumb impression thereon as required under sub-rule (1) of rule 49L, decided not to record his vote, a remark to this effect shall be made against the said entry in Form 17A by the presiding officer and the signature or thumb impression of the elector shall be obtained against such remark.

Current implementation of article 49-O violates the secret ballot. because the elegible voter has to tell to presiding officer about his intent of using 49-O thus it doesnot remain a secret anymore which husrts the basic of whole election process. But this can adher to secret ballot easily if our corrupt parliamentarians pass a bill for providing "none of the above" option along with candidate names in Electronic voting machines. Members of Civil society are demanding this bill and rightly so because if bill is passed so that when number of "none of the above" option is the highest for a particular constituency then all the candidates standing in elections for this constituency would never ever be eligible to stand in elections in future.

I think this approach would help in eradicating corrupt candidates from getting into the parliament and doing nothing for their quota of whole 5 years. If you have even better ideas for must have reforms in election process in India, do leave a comment for a healthy discussion.

Note - Please spread the word so that voters in India know about such articles and would help in choosing the right candidates for entering into parliament in future.

50 worst countries to live in - failed countries list

We all know that countries with single religion or with some official religion are the ones which are worst to live in. So in this post 50 worst countries to live are rated. Most of the countries are single religion and would eventually finish off one day.

50 worst countries list:
Country NameWorst Scale ranking
Somalia1
Chad2
Sudan3
Zimbabwe4
Congo5
Afghanistan6
Iraq7
Central African Republic8
Guinea9
Haiti10
Ivory Coast11
Kenya12
Nigeria13
Yemen14
Burma15
Ethiopia16
East Timor17
Niger18
North Korea19
Uganda20
Guinea-bissau21
Burundi22
Bangladesh23
Sri lanka24
Cameroon25
Nepal26
Malawi27
Sierra Leone28
Eritrea29
Republic of Congo30
Iran31
Liberia32
Lebanon33
Burkina Faso34
Uzbekistan35
Georgia36
Tajikistan37
Mauritania38
Cambidia39
Laos40
Rawada41
Solomon Islands42
Equatorial Guinea43
Kyrgystan44
Colombia45
Togo46
Syria47
Egypt48
Bhutan49
Philippines50

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Indian railway Budget 2012-13 highlights

Union railway minister Dinesh trivedi presented the Indian Union Railway Budget for 2012-13 and here are major highlights of the Railway budget.

-Pasenger fare hike-The increase will be by 2 paise per km for suburban and ordinary second class; 3 paise per km for mail/express second class; 5 paise per km for sleeper class; 10 paise per km for AC Chair Car, AC 3 tier and First Class; 15 paise per km for AC 2 tier and 30 paise per km for AC I.
- Minimum fare and platform tickets to cost Rs 5.
- 50 percent concession in fare in AC-2, AC-3, Chair Car and Sleeper classes to patients suffering from 'Aplastic Anaemia' and 'Sickle Cell Anaemia'.
- Extending the facility of travel by Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains to Arjuna Awardees.
- Travel distance under 'Izzat Scheme' to increase from 100 kms to 150 kms.
- SMS on passenger mobile phone in case of e-ticket to be accepted as proof of valid reservation.
- Introduction of satellite based real time train information system (SIMRAN) to provide train running information to passengers through SMS, internet, etc.
- On board passenger displays indicating next halt station and expected arrival time to be introduced.
- Installation of 321 escalators at important stations of which 50 will be commissioned in 2012-13.
- Introduction of regional cuisine at affordable rates; launching of Book-a-meal scheme to provide multiple choice of meals through SMS or email.
- Introduction of coin/currency operated ticket vending machines.
- Upgradation of 929 stations as Adarsh Stations including 84 stations proposed in 2012-13, 490 stations have been completed so far.
- Specially designed coaches for differently-abled persons to be provided in each Mail/Express trains.
- Introduction of Rail Bandhu on-board magazines on Rajdhanis, Shatabdis and Duronto trains.
- Setting up of AC Executive lounges at important stations
- 75 new Express trains to be introduced.
- 21 new passenger services, 9 DEMU services and 8 MEMU services to be introduced.
- Run of 39 trains to be extended.
- Frequency of 23 trains to be increased.
- 75 additional services to run in Mumbai suburban; 44 new suburban services to be introduced in Kolkata area, 50 new services to be introduced in Kolkata Metro; 18 additional services in Chennai area.
- 725 km new lines, 700 km doubling, 800 km gauge conversion and 1,100 km electrification targeted in 2012-13.
- Rs 6,872 cr provided for new lines, Rs 3,393 cr for doubling, Rs 1,950 cr for gauge conversation, Rs 828 cr for electrification
- Highest ever plan outlay of Rs 60,100 cr
- Rae Bareli coach factory manufactured 10 coaches in 2011-12; phase-II of the factory would be commissioned in 2012-13.
- A wagon factory to be set up at Sitapali (Ganjam District of Odisha)
- A rail coach factory with the support of Government of Kerala to be set up at Palakkad; two additional new manufacturing units for coaches to be established in the Kutch area in Gujarat and at Kolar in Karnataka with active participation of the State Governments.
- Setting up of a factory at Shyamnagar in West Bengal to manufacture next generation technology propulsion system for use in high power electric locomotives.
- Creating Missions as recommended by Pitroda Committee to implement the modernization programme.
- Setting up of Railway Tariff Regulatory Authority to be considered.
- New Board Members for Safety/Research and PPP/Marketing to be inducted.
- Rail-Road Grade Separation Corporation to be set up to eliminate level crossings.
- Indian Railway Station Development Corporation to be set up to redevelop stations through PPP mode.
- Logistics Corporation to be set up for development and management of existing railway goods sheds and multi-modal logistics parks.
- National High Speed Rail Authority to be set-up.
- Pre-feasibility studies on six high speed corridors already completed; study on Delhi-Jaipur-Ajmer-Jodhpur to be taken up in 2012-13.
- Introduction of a ‘Green Train’ to run through the pristine forests of North Bengal.
- Setting up of 200 remote railway stations as ‘green energy stations’ powered entirely by solar energy.
- Providing solar lighting system at 1,000 manned level crossing gates.
- 2,500 coaches to be equipped with bio toilets.
- Setting up of 72 MW capacity windmill plants in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.
- Installation of Integrated Security System at all 202 identified stations to be completed in 2012-13.
- Escorting of trains by RPF/GRP extended to 3,500 trains.
- Integration of RPF helpline with the All India Passenger Helpline.
- Setting up of a Railway Safety Authority as a statutory regulatory body as recommended by Kakodkar Committee
- Three 'Safety Villages' to be set up at Bengaluru, Kharagpur and Lucknow for skill development for disaster management.
- Over one lakh persons to be recruited in 2012-13 backlog of SC/ST/OBC and other categories to be wiped off.
- Introduction of a wellness programme for railway staff at their work places.
- Ensuring proper rest for skilled and technical staff including the running crew.
- Institution of 'Rail Khel Ratna' Award for 10 rail sports-persons every year.
- New coaching terminal at Naihati, the birth place of Rishi Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay commemorating him on 175th Birth Anniversary.
- Project to connect Agartala with Akhaura in Bangladesh to be taken up in 2012-13.
- Freight loading of 1,025 MT targeted; 55 MT more than 2011-12
- Passenger growth targeted at 5.4 percent.

New Trains Announced:

>Howrah-New Jalpaiguri Shatabdi Express (6 days)
>Habibganz (Bhopal)-Indore AC Double Decker Express (Daily)
>Kota-Hanumangarh Express (Daily)
>Dwarka-Somnath Express (Daily)
>Ahemadabad-Ajmer Intercity Express (Daily)
>Jabalpur-Sigrauli Intercity Express (Daily)
>Barbul-Chakaradhapur Intercity Express (Daily)
>Kanpur-Allahabad Intercity Express (Daily)
>Chappra-Lucknow Express (Tri-Weekly)
>Ranchi-Dumka Intercity Express (Daily)
>Firozpur-Sriganganagar Express (Daily)
>Bhuvaneshwar-Bhawanipatna Express (Daily)
>Jhansi-Mumbai Express (Weekly)
>Gandhidham-Bandra (T) Express (Weekly)
>Asansol-Chennai Express (Weekly)
>Secunderabad-Shalimar AC Express (Weekly)

Friday, March 9, 2012

Electronic payments - wayout for curbing corruption

Writing a post after a long long time, but was so preoccupied this whole time. Well anyways I am back and this post is regarding -making all government payments electronically, whether the payment is to be made by the government or to the government. It should all be done electronically. Making Payments in which government offices are involved electronically or using cash cards is very important for putting an end to corruption in India, which is corrupt from the root to the highest branch(if we consider India as a tree). There are many advantages of electronic payments over cash payments such as it is much convienient, goes through a bank so no question of black money because Income tax guys have direct eye on high value transactions made electronically. The only disadvantage for the ministers and government officers is that their personal pockets are not filled ie they cant take bribe. To compliment electronic transactions, there should be a premium value(in percentage) in case one has to use cash. This system which I am talking about is not new and is already implemented in many countries, I would give a self example.
During my visit to london in 2010, I went to CarphoneWarehouse showroom for purchasing a mobile phone, It costed 40 pounds and 10 pounds mandatory topup. When I asked for how much I have to pay in cash, the lady told 60 pounds, I argued that in your website You have mentioned 50 pounds which includes topup, she replied if you are paying using a card then you have to pay 50 pounds total else in cash the deal is of 60 pounds. So such scenario will automatically encourage payments electronically rather then conventional methods of payment.
Talking of above case in Indian scenario for payments involving government, suppose government has thrown a tender for some infra project and waits for the minimum bid, Now presently we all know the whole tender process of center and state governments involve lot of bribes to the ministry involved for selection of tender, If whole payment has to be made electronically then one thing is for sure that money involved would be white as no-one can forge bills with wrong values(as it is done presently). This way of electronic payments should then be gradually adopted by non-governemnt institutes, But the most important thing for its implementation is that MP's have to pass a bill making it a law. This condition is most difficult to happen as ministers doesnot want an end to hard cash method of payment. If present corrupt Government of India adopts this method then there would be drastic decrease in black money revolving along with the white economy. Recently UID chairmen Nilekani also proposed thet all payments above 100 Rs should be made electronically. I may have missed certain scenarios in which such method might not be as effective as cash, you can always add that in comment section.
The other obstruction in this appraoch is present thinking of people which give a sort of meagre discounts on cash payments whereas ideally it should be vice-versa. Property prices all over the world are tasting dust but in india there is no decrease in property prices because whole real estate sector thrive on black money. Another advantage of electronic payment methods is that there would be tremendous increase in direct and indirect tax collection of the government as presently there is no tax collection from transactions involving black money.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Make Payments involving Government electronic to curb corruption

Writing a post after a long long time, but was so preoccupied this whole time. Well anyways I am back and this post is regarding -making all government payments electronically, whether the payment is to be made by the government or to the government. It should all be done electronically. Making Payments in which government offices are involved electronically or using cash cards is very important for putting an end to corruption in India, which is corrupt from the root to the highest branch(if we consider India as a tree). There are many advantages of electronic payments over cash payments such as it is much convienient, goes through a bank so no question of black money because Income tax guys have direct eye on high value transactions made electronically. The only disadvantage for the ministers and government officers is that their personal pockets are not filled ie they cant take bribe. To compliment electronic transactions, there should be a premium value(in percentage) in case one has to use cash. This system which I am talking about is not new and is already implemented in many countries, I would give a self example.
During my visit to london in 2010, I went to CarphoneWarehouse showroom for purchasing a mobile phone, It costed 40 pounds and 10 pounds mandatory topup. When I asked for how much I have to pay in cash, the lady told 60 pounds, I argued that in your website You have mentioned 50 pounds which includes topup, she replied if you are paying using a card then you have to pay 50 pounds total else in cash the deal is of 60 pounds. So such scenario will automatically encourage payments electronically rather then conventional methods of payment.
Talking of above case in Indian scenario for payments involving government, suppose government has thrown a tender for some infra project and waits for the minimum bid, Now presently we all know the whole tender process of center and state governments involve lot of bribes to the ministry involved for selection of tender, If whole payment has to be made electronically then one thing is for sure that money involved would be white as no-one can forge bills with wrong values(as it is done presently). This way of electronic payments should then be gradually adopted by non-governemnt institutes, But the most important thing for its implementation is that MP's have to pass a bill making it a law. This condition is most difficult to happen as ministers doesnot want an end to hard cash method of payment. If present corrupt Government of India adopts this method then there would be drastic decrease in black money revolving along with the white economy. Recently UID chairmen Nilekani also proposed thet all payments above 100 Rs should be made electronically. I may have missed certain scenarios in which such method might not be as effective as cash, you can always add that in comment section.
The other obstruction in this appraoch is present thinking of people which give a sort of meagre discounts on cash payments whereas ideally it should be vice-versa. Property prices all over the world are tasting dust but in india there is no decrease in property prices because whole real estate sector thrive on black money. Another advantage of electronic payment methods is that there would be tremendous increase in direct and indirect tax collection of the government as presently there is no tax collection from transactions involving black money.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Corruption Rankings of Countries of world

World Corruption Rankings 2011 are out and as expected it is all asian countries which take the top spots in most corrupt countries list, In Corruption perceptions index 2011 listing 178 countries in total, our country India stands at 95/178. Corruption perception index ranking from 1 to 182 is countries with least level of corruption to maximum ie If NewZealand has rank 1 then it is least corrupt country and If India has rank 182 it is most corrupt country.

So I thought it would be nice and very informative in knowing where we stand in corruption due to our politicians. The Worst thing about tarnished image of India in high level corruption is that it has lost credibility in world and we shall witness declin in rate of Foreign direct investment from now on for sure till the time we have a corruption free country like NewZealand which tops the list of least corrupt country in 2011 rankings.

Global Corruption Perception ranking 2011:

PS - Rank 1 is for least corrupt country and rank 182 is for most corrupt country.

Corruption RankingCountry
1New Zealand
2Denmark
2Finland
4Sweden
5Singapore
6Norway
7Netherlands
8Australia
8Switzerland
10Canada
11Luxembourg
12Hong Kong
13Iceland
14Germany
14Japan
16Austria
16Barbados
16United Kingdom
19Belgium
19Ireland
21Bahamas
22Chile
22Qatar
24United States
25France
25Saint Lucia
25Uruguay
28United Arab Emirates
29Estonia
30Cyprus
31Spain
32Botswana
32Portugal
32Republic of China
35Slovenia
36Israel
36Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
38Bhutan
39Malta
39Puerto Rico
41Cape Verde
41Poland
43South Korea
44Brunei
44Dominica
46Bahrain
46Macau
46Mauritius
49Rwanda
50Costa Rica
50Lithuania
50Oman
50Seychelles
54Hungary
54Kuwait
56Jordan
57Czech Republic
57Namibia
57Saudi Arabia
60Malaysia
61Cuba
61Latvia
61Turkey
64Georgia
64South Africa
66Croatia
66Montenegro
66Slovakia
69Ghana
69Italy
69Macedonia
69Samoa
73Brazil
73Tunisia
75China
75Romania
77Gambia
77Lesotho
77Vanuatu
80Colombia
80El Salvador
80Greece
80Morocco
80Peru
80Thailand
86Bulgaria
86Jamaica
86Panama
86Serbia
86Sri Lanka
91Bosnia and Herzegovina
91Liberia
91Trinidad and Tobago
91Zambia
95Albania
95India
95Kiribati
95Swaziland
95Tonga
100Argentina
100Benin
100Burkina Faso
100Djibouti
100Gabon
100Indonesia
100Madagascar
100Malawi
100Mexico
100São Tomé and Príncipe
100Suriname
100Tanzania
112Algeria
112Egypt
112Kosovo
112Moldova
112Senegal
112Vietnam
118Bolivia
118Mali
120Bangladesh
120Ecuador
120Ethiopia
120Guatemala
120Iran
120Kazakhstan
120Mongolia
120Mozambique
120Solomon Islands
129Armenia
129Dominican Republic
129Honduras
129Philippines
129Syria
134Cameroon
134Eritrea
134Guyana
134Lebanon
134Maldives
134Nicaragua
134Niger
134Pakistan
134Sierra Leone
143Azerbaijan
143Belarus
143Comoros
143Mauritania
143Nigeria
143Russia
143Timor-Leste
143Togo
143Uganda
152Tajikistan
152Ukraine
154Central African Republic
154Republic of the Congo
154Côte d'Ivoire
154Guinea-Bissau
154Kenya
154Laos
154Nepal
154Papua New Guinea
154Paraguay
154Zimbabwe
164Cambodia
164Guinea
164Kyrgyzstan
164Yemen
168Angola
168Chad
168Democratic Republic of the Congo
168Libya
172Burundi
172Equatorial Guinea
172Venezuela
175Haiti
175Iraq
177Sudan
177Turkmenistan
177Uzbekistan
180Afghanistan
180Myanmar
182North Korea
182Somalia

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Punjab Elections Candidates Congress vs SAD-BJP

Under know your candidates posts here I am posting candidates of congress vs SAD-BJP candidates for Punjab general elections 2012.

Constituency NameCongress Candidate NameSAD/BJP Candidate
PathankotRaman BhallaSh. Ashwani Sharma(BJP)
Gurdaspur Raman BehlGurbachan Singh Babehali(SAD)
Dina Nagar SCSmt. Aruna ChoudharySh. Bishan Das Dhupad(BJP)
QadianSmt. Charanjeet Kaur BajwaSewa Singh Sekhwan(SAD)
BatalaAshwani Shekhri Lakhveer Singh Lodhi Nangal(SAD)
Sri Hargobindpur SCBalvinder Singh LaddiDes Raj Dhugga
Fatehgarh ChurianTript Rajinder Bajwa Nirmal Singh Kahlon
Dera Baba NanakSukhjinder Randhawa Sucha Singh Langeh
AjnalaHarpratap Singh Ajnala Amarpal Singh Boni
Raja SansiSukhbinder Sarkaria Vir Singh Lopoke
MajithaShailender Jit Shelly Bikramjit Singh Majithia
Jandiala SCShardul Singh-
Amritsar NorthKaramjit Singh RintuSh. Anil Joshi(BJP)
Amritsar West SCRaj Kumar Varka Sh. Rakesh Gill(BJP)
Amritsar CentralO.P. SoniShri Tarun Chugh(BJP)
Amritsar EastSunil Dutti Smt. Navjot Kaur Siddhu(BJP)
Amritsar SouthJasbir Singh (Dimpa)Inderveer Singh Bularia
AttariSC Tarsem Singh Guljar Singh Ranike
Tarn TaranDr. Dharamveer AgnihotriHarmeet Singh
Khem KaranGurchet Singh BhullarVirsa Singh Valtoha
PattiHarminder Singh GillAdesh Pratap Singh Kairon
Khadoor SahibRamanjit Singh SikkiRanjit Singh Brahmpura
Baba Bakala SCRanjit Chajjalwadi-
Bholath Sukhpal Singh KhairaBibi Jagir Kaur
Kapurthala Rana Gurjeet SinghSarabjit Singh Makkar
Sultanpur LodhiNavtej Singh CheemaDr. Upinder jeet Kaur
Phagwara SC Balvir Raja SodhiShri Som Prakash(BJP)
Phillaur SCCh. Santokh SinghAvinash Chander
NakodarAmarjit Singh SamraGurpratap Singh
ShahkotC.D. KambojAjit Singh Kohad
Kartarpur SCCh. Jagjit SinghSarvan Singh Phillaur
Jalandhar WestSC Smt. Suman KaypeeSh. Chunni Lal Bhagat(BJP)
Jalandhar CentralRajinder BeriShri Manoranjan Kalia(BJP)
Jalandhar NorthAvtar HenrySh. Krishna Dev Bhandari(BJP)
Jalandhar Cantt.Jagbir Singh BrarPargat Singh
Adampur SCSatnam Singh KainthPawan Kumar Tinu
MukerianAjit Kumar Narang Sh. Arunesh Shakker(BJP)
DasuyaRamesh Chander Dogra Sh. S. Amarjit Singh Shahi(BJP)
UrmarSangat Singh GilzianArvinder Singh Rasoolpur
Sham Chaurasi SCCh. Ram LubhayaBibi Mohinder Kaur Josh
HoshiarpurSunder Sham Arora Sh. Tikshan Sood(BJP)
ChabbewalSC Dr. Raj Kumar Sohan Singh Thandal
GarhshankarLov Kumar Goldy Surender Singh Bhulewal
Banga SCTarlochan Singh Mohan Lal
Nawan ShahrMs. Gur Iqbal KaurSatinder Kaur Kariha
BalachaurRajwinder Singh Lucky Nand Lal
Anandpur Sahib Rana Kanwar Pal Singh Sh. Madan Mohan Mittal(BJP)
RupnagarRomesh Dutt Sharma -
Chamkaur Sahib SCCharanjit Singh ChanniJagmeet Kaur Sandhu
Kharar Jagmohan Singh Kang Ujagar Singh Wadali
S.A.S. NagarBalbir Singh Sidhu-
Bassi Pathana SCSmt. Harbans Kaur DulloJudge (Retd) Nirmal Singh
Fatehgarh Sahib Kuljit Singh Nagra Prof. Prem Singh Chandumajra
Amloh Randeep Singh NabhaJagdeep Singh Cheema
Khanna Gurkirat Singh KotliRanjit Singh Talwandi
Samrala Amrik Singh Dhillon Kirpal Singh
Sahnewal Vikram Singh BajwaS. Sharanjit Singh Dhillon
Ludhiana East Gurmail Singh PehalwanRanjeet Singh Dhillon
Ludhiana South Ashok Prashar PappiMayor Hakim Singh
Atam Nagar Malkit Singh BirmiHira Singh Gabaria
Ludhiana Central Surender Dawar Sh. Satpal Gosain(BJP)
Ludhiana West Bharat Bhushan Ashu Sh. Rajendra Bhandari(BJP)
Ludhiana North Rakesh Pandey Sh. Parveen Bansal(BJP)
Gill SCMalkiat Singh Dakha Darshan Singh Shivalik
Payal SCLakhvir Singh LakhaCharanjit Singh Atwal
Dakha Jasbir Singh Khangura S. Manpreet Singh Iyali
Rajkot SC Gurcharan Singh Boparai-
Jagraon SCIshar Singh Meherban Mr. Shiv Ram Kaler
Nihal Singhwala SC Ajit Singh ShantRajwinder Kaur
Bhagha PuranaDarshan Singh Brar -
Moga Joginder Pal JainS. Parmdeep Singh Gill
DharamkotKaka Surjit Singh LohgarhJathedar Tota Singh
ZiraNaresh Kataria S. Hari Singh Zeera
Firozpur CityParminder Singh PinkiSh. S. Shukhpal Singh Nanu
Firozpur Rural SC Smt. Satkar Kaur-
Guru Har SahaiGurmeet Singh SodhiS. Vardev Singh Mann
JalalabadMalkiat SinghSukhbir Singh Badal
FazilkaDr. Mohinder Rinwa Sh. Surjit Jayani
AboharSunil Kumar JakharSmt. Vijya Laxmi Bhadho
Balluana SCGiri Raj Rajoura Gurtej Singh
Lambi Mahesh Inder Singh Badal S. Parkash Singh Badal
Gidderbaha Amarinder Singh Raja Warring Sant Singh Brar
MaloutNathuram S. Harpreet Singh
MuktsarSmt. Karan Kaur BrarKanwaljeet Singh
FaridkotAvtar Singh BrarSh. Deep Malhotra
KotkapuraRipjit Singh S. Mantar Singh Brar
Jaitu SC Smt. Joginder Singh Panjgrain S. Gurdev Singh Badal
Rampura PhulGurpreet Singh KangarS. Sikander Singh Maluka
Bhucho Mandi SCAjab Singh Bhatti Pritam Singh
Bathinda Urban Harminder Singh JassiSh. Sarup Chand Singla
Bathinda Rural SCMakhan SinghDarshan Singh KotFatta
Talwandi Sabo Jeet Mohinder SidhuS. Amarjit Singh Sidhu
MaurMangat Rai BansalS. Janmeja Singh Sekhon
SardulgarhAjit Inder MofarS. Dilraj Singh Bhunder
Budhlada SCSatpal Singh Mulewala Chetan Singh Samaon
Lehra Smt. Rajinder Kaur BhattalSukhwant Singh Sarao
Dirba SC Ajaib Singh Rataul Balbir Singh
Sunam Aman AroraS. Parminder Singh Dhindsa
Bhadaur SC Mohd SadiqueS. Darbara Singh Guru
Barnala Kewal Singh Dhillon S. Malkiat Singh Keetu
Mehal Kalan SC Smt. Harchand KaurGovind Singh
Malerkotla Smt. Razia SultanaS. Nissara Khaatoon
Amargarh Surjit Singh DhimanIqbal Singh
Dhuri Arvind KhannaGovind Singh Longewal
Sangrur Surinder Pal Singh SibiaParkash Chand Garg
Nabha ScSadhu Singh Dharamsot-
Patiala RuralBrahm Mohindra Bibi Kuldeep Kaur Tohra
Rajpura Hardayal Singh Sh. Raj Khurana
Dera Bassi Jasjit Singh RandhawaNarender Kumar Sharma
Ghanaur Madanlal JalalpurBibi Harpreet Kaur Mukhmailpur
Sanour Lal SinghS. Tejinderpal Singh Sandhu
Patiala Capt. Amarinder SinghSurjit Singh Kohli
Samana Raninder SinghS. Surjit Singh Rakhra
Shutrana SCNirmal SinghBibi Vaninder Kaur Loomba
Sujanpur Vinay MahajanSh. Dinesh Singh
Mansa Gurpreet Kaur DhaliwalPrem Mittal
Bhoa Balveer Ram (Fatehpuria)Smt. Seema Devi