Thursday, March 31, 2016

India - New Education Policy Update





17 January 2016
India Needs College 4.0
Manish Sabharwal
http://www.businesstoday.in/magazine/cover-story/education-india-needs-college-4.0-reboot-higher-education/story/227514.html






Slogan:

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ज्ञान, योग्यता और रोजगार।

Tagline:

EDUCATE ENCOURAGE ENLIGHTEN


Government of India is in the process of coming out with a New Education Policy

https://mygov.in/blog-on-new-education-policy-contest.html


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Updated 31 May 2016, 5 March 2015

Sunday, March 27, 2016

India's Fastest Train Gatimaan


27 March 2016

Presently undergoing trials. It was supposed to travel from New Delhi to Agra in 90 minutes with top speed of 160 kmph. But the latest trail has taken 113 minutes. Railway authorities are analyzing the results of the trail.

http://www.msn.com/en-in/news/newsindia/indias-fastest-train-beats-first-shatabdi-by-2-minutes/ar-BBqYNkw?li=AAggbRN&ocid=SK2MDHP

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Shri Ram Navami - Poojan - Hindi - श्री रामनवमी पूजन


श्री रामनवमी पूजन

सुलभ षोडशोपचार पूजन

ॐ श्री  रामाय  नमः  . ध्यायामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः . आवाहयामि .
 ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः  . आसनं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . अर्घ्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . पाद्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः . आचमनीयं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . उप हारं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . पंचामृत स्नानं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः . वस्त्र युग्मं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः . यज्ञोपवीतं धारयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . आभरणानि समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . गंधं धारयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय  नमः . अक्षतान् समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . पुष्पैः पूजयामि .
ॐ श्री रामाय नमः . प्रतिष्ठापयामि .


 नाम पूजा

श्री Ram Ashtothara स्तोत्रम

108 Names of Lord  Shree Ram

OM shriiraamaaya Namaha   ॐ  श्रीरामाय नमः
OM raamabhadraaya Namaha  ॐ रामभद्राय   नमः
OM raamachandraaya Namaha  ॐ   रामचन्द्राय  नमः
OM shaashvataaya Namaha ॐ शाश्वताय   नमः
OM raajiivalochanaaya Namaha ॐ राजीवलोचनाय    नमः

OM shriimate Namaha  ॐ  श्रीमते   नमः
OM raajendraaya Namaha  ॐ  राजेंद्राय   नमः
OM raghupungavaaya Namaha  ॐ  रघुपुंगवाय   नमः
OM jaanakiivallabhaaya Namaha  ॐ  जनकीवल्लभाय   नमः
OM jaitraaya Namaha  ॐ  जैत्राय   नमः

OM jitaamitraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM janaardanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vishvaamitrapriyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM daantaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sharaNatraaNa tatparaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vaalipramathanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vaagmine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavaache Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavikramaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavrataaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vratadharaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sadaahanumadaashritaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM kausaleyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM kharadhva.nsine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM viraadhavadhapaNDitaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vibhiishhaNa paritraatre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM harakodaNDa kha.nDanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM saptataala prabhettre Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM dashagriiva shiroharaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jaamadgnya mahaadarpadalanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM taaTakaantakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vedaantasaaraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vedaatmane Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM bhavarogasya bheshhajaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM duushhaNa trishiro hantre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM trimuurtaye Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM triguNaatmakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM trivikramaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM trilokaatmane Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM puNyachaaritrakiirtanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM trilokaraxakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM dhanvine Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM danDakaaraNya puNyakRite Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM ahalyaa shaapa shamanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM pitRi bhaktaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM varapradaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM jitendriyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jitakrodhaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jitaamitraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jagadgurave Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM Rixa vaanara sa.nghaatine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM chitrakuuTa samaashrayaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM jayanta traaNa varadaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sumitraaputra sevitaaya Namahaॐ   नमः
OM sarvadevaadi devaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mRitavaanar jiivitaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM maayaamaariichahantre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahaadevaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahaabhujaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sarvadevastutaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM saumyaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM brahmaNyaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM munisaMstutaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahaa yogine Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahodaraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sugriivepsita raajyadaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sarvapuNyaadhika phalaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM smRita sarvaagha naashanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM aadipurushhaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paramapurushhaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahaapurushhaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM puNyodayaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM dayaasaaraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM puraaNapurushhottamaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM smitavaktraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mitabhaashhiNe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM puurvabhaashhiNe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM raaghavaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM anantaguNa gaMbhiiraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM dhiiroddaattaguNottamaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM maayaamaanushha charitraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM mahaadevaadipuujitaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM setukRite Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM jitavaaraashaye Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sarvatiirthamayaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM haraye Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM shyaamaa.ngaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sundaraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM shuuraaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM piitavaasase Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM dhanurdharaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sarvayaGYaadhipaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM yajvane Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM jaraamaraNavarjitaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM vibhiishhaNa pratishhThaatre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sarvaavaguNavarjitaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paramaatmane Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai brahmaNe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sachchidaananda vigrihaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai jyotishhe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai dhaamne Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paraakaashaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paraatparaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM pareshaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paaragaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM paaraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sarvadevaatmakaaya parasmai Namaha  ॐ   नमः

उत्तर पूजा

 . धूपं आघ्रापयामि .
 . दीपं दर्शयामि .
 . नैवेद्यं निवेदयामि .
. फलाष्टकं समर्पयामि .
 . ताम्बूलं समर्पयामि .
. कर्पूर नीराजनं समर्पयामि .
 . मंगल आरतीं समर्पयामि .
 . पुष्पांजलिः समर्पयामि .


यानि कानि च पापानि जन्मान्तर कृतानि च .

तानि तानि विनश्यन्ति प्रदक्षिण पदे पदे ..

प्रदक्षिणा नमस्कारान् समर्पयामि .


क्षमापनं समर्पयामि .

विसर्जन पूजा
पुनरागमनाय च .



श्री Ram Ashtothara स्तोत्रम

108 Names of Lord  Shree Ram

OM shriiraamaaya Namaha   ॐ  श्रीरामाय नमः
OM raamabhadraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM raamachandraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM shaashvataaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM raajiivalochanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM shriimate Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM raajendraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM raghupu.ngavaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jaanakiivallabhaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jaitraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jitaamitraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM janaardanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vishvaamitrapriyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM daantaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sharaNatraaNa tatparaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vaalipramathanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vaagmine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavaache Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavikramaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM satyavrataaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vratadharaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sadaahanumadaashritaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM kausaleyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM kharadhva.nsine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM viraadhavadhapaNDitaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vibhiishhaNa paritraatre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM harakodaNDa kha.nDanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM saptataala prabhettre Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM dashagriiva shiroharaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jaamadgnya mahaadarpadalanaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM taaTakaantakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vedaantasaaraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM vedaatmane Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM bhavarogasya bheshhajaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM duushhaNa trishiro hantre Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM trimuurtaye Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM triguNaatmakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM trivikramaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM trilokaatmane Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM puNyachaaritrakiirtanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM trilokaraxakaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM dhanvine Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM danDakaaraNya puNyakRite Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM ahalyaa shaapa shamanaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM pitRi bhaktaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM varapradaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM jitendriyaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jitakrodhaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jitaamitraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM jagadgurave Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM Rixa vaanara sa.nghaatine Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM chitrakuuTa samaashrayaaya Namaha
OM jayanta traaNa varadaaya Namaha
OM sumitraaputra sevitaaya Namaha
OM sarvadevaadi devaaya Namaha
OM mRitavaanar jiivitaaya Namaha
OM maayaamaariichahantre Namaha
OM mahaadevaaya Namaha
OM mahaabhujaaya Namaha
OM sarvadevastutaaya Namaha
OM saumyaaya Namaha
OM brahmaNyaaya Namaha
OM munisaMstutaaya Namaha
OM mahaa yogine Namaha
OM mahodaraaya Namaha
OM sugriivepsita raajyadaaya Namaha
OM sarvapuNyaadhika phalaaya Namaha
OM smRita sarvaagha naashanaaya Namaha
OM aadipurushhaaya Namaha
OM paramapurushhaaya Namaha
OM mahaapurushhaaya Namaha
OM puNyodayaaya Namaha
OM dayaasaaraaya Namaha
OM puraaNapurushhottamaaya Namaha
OM smitavaktraaya Namaha
OM mitabhaashhiNe Namaha
OM puurvabhaashhiNe Namaha
OM raaghavaaya Namaha
OM anantaguNa gaMbhiiraaya Namaha
OM dhiiroddaattaguNottamaaya Namaha
OM maayaamaanushha charitraaya Namaha
OM mahaadevaadipuujitaaya Namaha
OM setukRite Namaha
OM jitavaaraashaye Namaha
OM sarvatiirthamayaaya Namaha
OM haraye Namaha
OM shyaamaa.ngaaya Namaha
OM sundaraaya Namaha
OM shuuraaya Namaha
OM piitavaasase Namaha
OM dhanurdharaaya Namaha
OM sarvayaGYaadhipaaya Namaha
OM yajvane Namaha
OM jaraamaraNavarjitaaya Namaha
OM vibhiishhaNa pratishhThaatre Namaha
OM sarvaavaguNavarjitaaya Namaha
OM paramaatmane Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai brahmaNe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM sachchidaananda vigrihaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai jyotishhe Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM parasmai dhaamne Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paraakaashaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paraatparaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM pareshaaya Namaha ॐ   नमः
OM paaragaaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM paaraaya Namaha  ॐ   नमः
OM sarvadevaatmakaaya parasmai Namaha  ॐ   नमः



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Friday, March 25, 2016

Shivaji - Marathi - छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज






छत्रपती शिवाजीराजे भोसले (१९ फेब्रुवारी १६३० ते ३ एप्रिल १६८०) हे इ.स. १८१८ पर्यंत टिकलेल्या आणि आपल्या परमोत्कर्षाच्या अवस्थेत भारतीय उपखंडाचा बराचसा भाग व्यापणार्‍या मराठा साम्राज्याचे संस्थापक होते.
छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज  - wikipedia article


मराठी साम्राज्याचे संस्थापक आणि एक आदर्श शासनकर्ता म्हणून ओळखले जाणारे छत्रपती शिवाजीराजे भोसले एक सर्वसमावेशक, सहिष्णू राजा म्हणून महाराष्ट्रात आणि इतरत्रही वंदिले जातात.
छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज  http://veersambhajiraje.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_31.html 

जन्म
शिवाजी महाराजांचे जन्मस्थळ,शिवनेरी.     जिजाबाई ह्या शहाजीराजांच्या प्रथम पत्‍नी.   शिवाजीमहाराजांचा जन्म जिजाबाईंच्या पोटी इ.स. १९ फेब्रुवारी१६२७ (फाल्गुन कृष्ण तृतीया) रोजी पुण्यापासून ४० मैलांवर असलेल्या शिवनेरीकिल्ल्यावर झाला.
http://shivpratap96.weebly.com/2331234023812352234623402368-235823672357236623322368-235023612366235223662332.html

बचपन में शिवाजी अपनी आयु के बालक इकट्ठे कर उनके नेता बनकर युद्ध करने और किले जीतने का खेल खेला करते थे। युवावस्था में आते ही उनका खेल वास्तविक कर्म शत्रु बनकर शत्रुओं पर आक्रमण कर उनके किले आदि भी जीतने लगे।
http://hindi.webdunia.com/inspiring-personality/shivaji-115021800055_1.html


छत्रपती शिवाजी महाराजांची जन्मपत्रिका



‘छत्रपती शिवाजी महाराज हयात असतांना त्यांच्या गुणांचे मुक्तकंठाने गायन करणारे पहिले कवी समर्थ रामदासस्वामी.  त्यांनी त्या वेळी केलेले  वर्णन

‘यशवंत, कीर्तीवंत । सामर्थ्यवंत, वरदवंत ।
पुण्यवंत आणि जयवंत । जाणता राजा ॥
आचारशील, विचारशील । दानशील, धर्मशील ।
सर्वज्ञपणे सुशील । सकळाठायी ॥
या भूमंडळाचे ठायी । धर्मरक्षी ऐसा नाही ।
महाराष्ट्रधर्म राहिला काही । तुम्हाकारणे ॥
http://www.hindujagruti.org/marathi/history/hindu-kings/shivaji-maharaj

Chhatrapati Shivaji - Veer Maratha Marathi Film
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S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research
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Raunak Gupta
Manager, Presales (Big Data Analytics & IoT) & Lead - Partnership & Alliances at Comtech LLC
Gurgaon, IndiaInformation Technology and Services
Previous
Capgemini,  Wipro
https://www.linkedin.com/in/raunak-gupta-89683014




Renu Chandel
Lead, Energy IoT Center of Excellence for Energy Utility
Mumbai Area, India  Information Technology and Services
Current
Capgemini
Previous
Capgemini, Reliance Energy Ltd., Bristlecone
https://www.linkedin.com/in/renuchandel

sandeep sonkusale, PMP®, PMI India Champion
Architect - M2M,IOT and SmartCity @ Reliance Communications
Mumbai Area, IndiaComputer Software
Current
Reliance Communications
Previous
Oracle India, IBM, Tata Consultancy Services
Education
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur



Senthil Raja
IoT Consultant
Mumbai, Maharashtra, IndiaAutomotive
Current: Tata Consultancy Services
Previous
Ford Motor Company
Education
S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research


Nagarajan Ganesan
Managing Consultant - IoT @ Wipro, Working with manufacturing customers to identify and deliver value through IoT
Bengaluru, Karnataka, IndiaInformation Technology and Services
Education
Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta


Vamsi Yasarapu
IoT Conultant at Tata Consultancy Services
Hyderabad Area, IndiaInformation Technology and Services
Current
Tata Consultancy Services


Dibyendu Deepak
Chief Operating Officer at Katoen Natie IOT Limited
Mumbai Area, IndiaOil & Energy
Current
Katoen Natie IOT Ltd.



Kartik Iyengar
Vice President - AI, IoT & Robotics
Bengaluru, Karnataka, IndiaInformation Technology and Services
Current
Virtusa
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kiyengar


Damodar Sahu
Partner - IoT, Smart Manufacturing & Services, Manufacturing & Hi-Tech Industries at Wipro Technologies
Bengaluru, Karnataka, IndiaInformation Technology and Services
Current
Wipro Technologies
Previous
Wipro Technologies, Accel Frontline Services Limited, Beetel Teletech Limited
Education
Amity University
damodar.sahu (at the rate) wipro.com 
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Updated 25 Mar 2016, 23 Mar 2016

Hanuman Jayanti - Katha - Bhakti Songs - Videos - Hindi - हनुमान जयंती पूजन


हनुमान जयंती - चैत्र पूर्णिमा

Hanuman Jayanti - Chaitra Poornima


सुलभ  षोडशोपचार पूजन

ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः  . ध्यायामि .
ॐ  श्री  हनुमते   नमः. आवाहयामि .
 ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः  . आसनं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . अर्घ्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . पाद्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . आचमनीयं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . उप हारं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः. पंचामृत स्नानं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . वस्त्र युग्मं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . यज्ञोपवीतं धारयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . आभरणानि समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . गंधं धारयामि .
ॐश्री  हनुमते   नमः. अक्षतान् समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . पुष्पैः पूजयामि .
ॐ श्री  हनुमते   नमः . प्रतिष्ठापयामि .

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. फलाष्टकं समर्पयामि .
 . ताम्बूलं समर्पयामि .
. कर्पूर नीराजनं समर्पयामि .
 . मंगल आरतीं समर्पयामि .
 . पुष्पांजलिः समर्पयामि .


यानि कानि च पापानि जन्मान्तर कृतानि च .

तानि तानि विनश्यन्ति प्रदक्षिण पदे पदे ..

प्रदक्षिणा नमस्कारान् समर्पयामि .


क्षमापनं समर्पयामि .

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

होली : रंगों का त्योहार - About Holi in Hindi




People in a joyful mood enjoying and celebrating the Holi festival, in New Delhi on March 06, 2015.
CNR :65498 Photo ID :62808

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Rang Chale Sar Sar Re : Bollywood Holi Film Hits || Audio Jukebox
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होली के दिन आये हैं हम
पिचकारी भर खुशियाँ  लाये हैं  हम
सुख संकेत रंग डालेंगे हम
आनंद हमारा बाटेंगे हम

तकलीफ सब  दहन हो गया  कल
सुख का ही अब  सोच हर पल
घर से निकल कर बोलता ही चल
होली का दिन आज फेंकने दे  जल

कर सबसे दोसती आज
मांगले माफी मिटादे दूरी
नजदीक जावे  रंग   लगावे
 शुभ शुभ होली गाना गावे

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होली का त्योहार


होली का त्योहार  रंगों का  त्योहार  है। इस दिन लोग एक दूसरे पर रंग फेंकते हैं और गुलाल लगाते हैं।

होली का महत्त्व - होली के साथ  एक पौराणिक कथा भी जुड़ी हुई है।  हिरण्यकश्यप एक राक्षस राजा था। उनके पुत्र  प्रहलाद विष्णु भक्त निकला। बार बार बोलने पर भी प्रह्लाद विष्णु गन जाता थ। हिरण्य कश्यम क्रोधित हुआ एंड कई तरह उनको सजा दिय। लेकिन प्रह्लाद को भगवान की रक्षा से कुछ भी तकलीफ नहीं हुअ। हिरण्यकश्यप ने प्रहलाद को मार डालने के लिए एनपी बहन  होलिका को नियुक्त किया था ! होलिका के पास एक ऐसी चादर थी , जिसे ओढ़ने पर व्यक्ति आग के प्रभाव से बच सकता था ! होलिका ने उस चादर को ओढ़कर प्रहलाद को गोद में ले लिया और अग्नि में कूद पड़ी ! वहाँ दैवीय चमत्कार हुआ ! चादर प्रह्लाद के ऊपर गिर पडी।   होलिका आग में जलकर भस्म हो गई , परंतु विष्णुभक्त प्रहलाद का बाल भी बाँका न हुआ ! भक्त की विजय हुई और राक्षस की पराजय ! उस दिन सत्य ने असत्य पर विजय घोषित कर दी ! तब से लेकर आज तक होलिका-दहन की स्मृति में होली का मस्त पर्व मनाया जाता है !

मनाने की विधि - होली का उत्सव दो प्रकार से मनाया जाता है ! कुछ लोग रात्रि में लकड़ियाँ , झाड़-झंखाड़ एकत्र कर उसमे आग लगा देते हैं और समूह में होकर गीत गाते हैं ! आग जलाने की यह प्रथा होलिका-दहन की याद दिलाती है ! ये लोग रात में आतिशबाजी आदि चलाकर भी अपनी खुशी प्रकट करते हैं !
    होली मनाने की दूसरी प्रथा आज सारे समाज में प्रचलित है ! होली वाले दिन लोग प्रातः काल से दोपहर 12 बजे तक अपने हाथों में लाल , हरे , पीले रंगों का गुलाल हुए परस्पर प्रेमभाव से गले मिलते हैं ! इस दिन किसी प्रकार का भेदभाव नहीं रखा जाता ! किसी अपरिचित को भी गुलाल मलकर अपने ह्रदय के नजदीक लाया जाता है !

नृत्य-गान का वातावरण - होली वाले दिन गली -मुहल्लों में ढोल-मजीरे बजते सुनाई देते हैं ! इस दिन लोग लोग समूह-मंडलियों में मस्त होकर नाचते-गाते हैं ! दोपहर तक सर्वत्र मस्ती छाई रहती है ! कोई नीले-पीले वस्त्र लिए घूमता है , तो कोई जोकर की मुद्रा में मस्त है ! बच्चे पानी के रंगों में एक-दुसरे को नहलाने का आनंद लेते हैं ! गुब्बारों में रंगीन पानी भरकर लोगों पर गुब्बारें फेंकना भी बच्चों का प्रिय खेल हो जा रहा है ! बच्चे पिचकारियों से भी रंगों की वर्षा करते दिखाई देते हैं ! परिवारों में इस दिन लड़के-लडकियाँ , बच्चे-बूढ़े , तरुण-तरुनियाँ सभी मस्त होते हैं ! अतः इससे मस्त उत्सव ढूँढना कठिन है और इसलिए यह मेरा प्रिय त्योहार है !

"I am a 9th to 12th standard student"

Originally published in Knol by Indrajeet Banerjee
Under creative commons 3.0




प्राचीन शब्दरूप
 इसका आरम्भिक शब्दरूप होलाका था। जैमिनि का कथन है कि 'होलाका' सभी आर्यो द्वारा सम्पादित होना चाहिए। काठकगृह्य में एक सूत्र है 'राका होला के', जिसकी व्याख्या टीकाकार देवपाल ने यों की है- 'होला एक कर्म-विशेष है जो स्त्रियों के सौभाग्य के लिए सम्पादित होता है, उस कृत्य में राका  देवता है। एक दूसरा टिका के अनुसार  'होलाका' उन बीस क्रीड़ाओं में एक है जो सम्पूर्ण भारत में प्रचलित हैं। इसका उल्लेख वात्स्यायन के कामसूत्र में भी हुआ है जिसका अर्थ टीकाकार जयमंगल ने किया है। फाल्गुन की पूर्णिमा पर लोग श्रृंग से एक-दूसरे पर रंगीन जल छोड़ते हैं और सुगंधित चूर्ण बिखेरते हैं। हेमाद्रि ने बृहद्यम का एक श्लोक उद्भृत किया है। जिसमें होलिका-पूर्णिमा को हुताशनी कहा गया है। लिंग पुराण में आया है- 'फाल्गुन पूर्णिमा को 'फाल्गुनिका' कहा जाता है, यह बाल-क्रीड़ाओं से पूर्ण है और लोगों को विभूति, ऐश्वर्य देने वाली है।' वराह पुराण में आया है कि यह 'पटवास-विलासिनी'  है।


 होलिका हेमन्त या पतझड़ के अन्त की सूचक है और वसन्त की कामप्रेममय लीलाओं की द्योतक है। मस्ती भरे गाने, नृत्य एवं संगीत वसन्तागमन के उल्लासपूर्ण क्षणों के परिचायक हैं। वसन्त की आनन्दाभिव्यक्ति रंगीन जल एवं लाल रंग, अबीर-गुलाल के पारस्परिक आदान-प्रदान से प्रकट होती है।

होलिका
हेमाद्रि ने भविष्योत्तर  से उद्धरण देकर एक कथा दी है। युधिष्ठिर ने कृष्ण से पूछा कि फाल्गुन-पूर्णिमा को प्रत्येक गाँव एवं नगर में एक उत्सव क्यों होता है, प्रत्येक घर में बच्चे क्यों क्रीड़ामय हो जाते हैं और 'होलाका' क्यों जलाते हैं, उसमें किस देवता की पूजा होती है, किसने इस उत्सव का प्रचार किया, इसमें क्या होता है और यह 'अडाडा' क्यों कही जाती है। कृष्ण ने  एक किंवदन्ती कही। राजा रघु के पास लोग यह कहने के लिए गये कि 'ढोण्ढा' नामक एक राक्षसी है जिसे शिव ने वरदान दिया है कि उसे देव, मानव आदि नहीं मार सकते हैं और न वह अस्त्र शस्त्र या जाड़ा या गर्मी या वर्षा से मर सकती है, किन्तु शिव ने इतना कह दिया है कि वह क्रीड़ायुक्त बच्चों से भय खा सकती है। तब पुरोहित ने  मुहूर्त निकला और कहां फाल्गुन की पूर्णिमा को जाड़े की ऋतु समाप्त होती है और ग्रीष्म ऋतु का आगमन होता है, तब लोग हँसें एवं आनन्द मनायें, बच्चे लकड़ी के टुकड़े लेकर बाहर प्रसन्नतापूर्वक निकल पड़ें, लकड़ियाँ एवं घास एकत्र करें, रक्षोघ्न मन्त्रों के साथ उसमें आग लगायें, तालियाँ बजायें, अग्नि की तीन बार प्रदक्षिणा करें, हँसें और प्रचलित भाषा में भद्दे एवं अश्लील गाने गायें, इसी शोरगुल एवं अट्टहास से तथा होम से वह राक्षसी मरेगी। जब राजा ने यह सब करवाया  तो राक्षसी मर गयी और वह दिन 'अडाडा' या 'होलिका' कहा गया। आगे आया है कि दूसरे दिन चैत्र की प्रतिपदा पर लोगों को होलिकाभस्म को प्रणाम करना चाहिए, मन्त्रोच्चारण करना चाहिए, घर के प्रांगण में वर्गाकार स्थल के मध्य में काम-पूजा करनी चाहिए। काम-प्रतिमा पर सुन्दर नारी द्वारा चन्दन-लेप लगाना चाहिए और 'काम देवता मुझ पर प्रसन्न हों' ऐसा कहना चाहिए। इसके आगे पुराण में आया है- 'जब शुक्ल पक्ष की 15वीं तिथि पर पतझड़ समाप्त हो जाता है और वसन्त ऋतु का प्रात: आगमन होता है तो जो व्यक्ति चन्दन-लेप के साथ आम्र-मंजरी खाता है वह आनन्द से रहता है।'

Story Behind Holika Dahan | Prahlad And Holika Story In Hindi

 होलिका-दहन

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Bharat discovery page

सोनी सोनी - मोहब्बतें फिल्म गाना
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Bollywood Super Hit Holi Songs - Rajshri Collection
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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Make in India - Ports and Shipping





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Updated Information on Various Manufacturing Industries - Opportunities in India

Air Crafts and Airports - Automobiles - Automobile components - Biotechnology
Chemicals  - Construction
Electrical Machinery - Electronic items
Renewable Energy Equipment and Power Projects
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Make in India - Ports and Shipping

Port Building and Capacity Augmentation


Long coastline of 7,517 km and navigable inland waterways of 14,500 km offering immense potential
 for maritime sector development.
150 + projects for investment  identified in Indian maritime sector
Opportunities for investment of USD 19 Billion in Inland Waterway development and USD 50 Billion in Port-led Development under ‘Sagarmala’.

‘Sagarmala’ - New Port Development and Port Modernization
Greenfield major ports at Vadhavan (Maharashtra), Sagar Island (West Bengal),  Paradip Outer Harbour and Potential locations in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu

Trans-shipment Hubs at Enayam (Tamil Nadu) and Vizhinjam (Kerala)

Port Mordernization:
Increasing draft at Kamarajar (Ennore), Paradip and Mormugao Ports to 18m
500 MMTPA port capacity augmentation in Major Ports by 2025
‘Jal Marg Vikas’ project for capacity augmentation for navigation and shipping in River Ganga: NW-1 (1620 km)
Development of 111 National Waterways
Development of cruise terminals at Mormugao, Chennai, Mumbai, Chennai and Kochi

Ship Building


Market size of shipbuilding expected in 2025 – US$ 25 billion

Market size of shipbuilding at present – US$ 5 billion
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March 2016

More Specific Investment Opportunities

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PORT MODERNIZATION


India has 12 Major Ports, administered by the Central Government, and around 200 notified Non-Major Ports, administered by the State Governments. In 2014-15, out of the 200 Non-Major Ports, 69 ports were reported to have handled cargo traffic.
(Source: Transport Research Wing, 2015)
The infrastructure sector, particularly the Maritime Sector, is expected to grow significantly with the increase in international and domestic trade volumes. Since about 95% of India's trade by volume is via the maritime route (Source : NTDPC), there is a continuous need to develop India's ports and trade related infrastructure to accelerate growth in the manufacturing industry and to aid the 'Make in India' initiative.

Traffic scenario at Indian ports
The total volume of traffic handled by Indian ports in FY2014–15 was 1052.1 million tons per annum (MTPA), of which 55.25% (581.3 MTPA) of total Traffic, was handled by Major Ports and the remaining 44.75% (470.9 MTPA) of total traffic by Non-Major Ports.

The overall compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of traffic at Indian Ports between FY2005–06 and FY2014–15 was 7.07%, with traffic at Major and Non-Major Ports growing at a CAGR of 3.58% and 13.94%, respectively.

Port Mechanization and Modernization
It is expected that by 2025, the ports will be required to handle a cargo of 2500 MTPA while the current capacity in India is 1500 MTPA. ~100 MTPA of new capacity can come from the modernization of existing ports. Recognizing the same, Indian ports have already embarked on a massive Port Mechanization and Modernization programme in order to become more efficient and remain at par with international benchmarks. Towards this endeavor, there are various investment opportunities to undertake mechanization projects on PPP basis.

Under Sagarmala, three themes have been identified for port modernization:

Mechanisation – Productivity at several berths is held back by the low capacity equipment used. These are mostly old and were designed for the target productivity levels needed at the time of purchase. Most of the old equipment are grossly insufficient to meet the current productivity requirements. In addition, several of these equipment are heavily derated due to lack of proper maintenance. Critical need of higher capacity equipment to replace existing old ones have been identified at several ports including Kandla, Haldia and Tuticorin. Twenty new mobile harbour cranes have been recommended across major ports. Detailed financial analysis reveals that these investments could be beneficial both for the port as well as the stakeholders. Different issues have been identified across the ports for evacuation issues and the solutions have been unique to each port.
Draft enhancement (Dredging) – The drafts at major ports have been historically low in comparison to required draft to match with advancements in size and shapes of the ships. Average draft ranges between 12 and 14 meters, peaking to 18 - 19 meters in some places. Globally, most ports have increased their drafts upto 23 meters to handle new generation container vessels with capacity of more than 15,000 TEUs and super tankers. In order to keep pace with accelerating growth in cargo and container traffic, Indian ports would also increase their drafts to handle supermax vessels.
New Terminal Development – Existing ports are limited by their current infrastructure to handle increased traffic expected to come to Indian shores (Both coastal and EXIM) in the next 10 years. There is a potential to increase the capacity at existing ports by building new terminals and berths. Coastal berth to handle food grains and fertilizers in Kandla is one such example.
Potential Projects
Mechanization

Improvement of gate processing (at Chennai, JNPT)
Improvement of rake turnaround time (in KDS)
Multiple advanced technology based solutions like RFID and OCR based gate processing, etc. have been recommended across the ports. Of these, implementation of several of initiatives is underway.
Draft enhancement (Dredging)

Increasing the draft at Ennore and Paradip from 16 to 18 m
New Terminal Development

Edible oil terminal in Kochi
Uran multipurpose cargo terminal
Nhava creek coastal cargo terminal
Ro Ro berths for handling automobile exports at Kandla

http://www.maritimeinvest.in/port-modernization

New Port Development


It is expected that by 2025, the ports will be required to handle a cargo of 2500 MTPA while the current port capacity in India is 1500 MTPA. According to estimates, significant capacity expansion will have to come from new ports.

There are broadly three main levers that propel the need for building new ports:

Capacity Saturation – Ports such as JNPT, Paradip have limited capacity to expand and are saturated with traffic. Hence it makes sense to build new ports in the vicinity to cater to the increased traffic
Non-availability of Ports – There are few specific stretches along the coastline which do not have an operational port. In absence of the port at such locations, the cargo is forced to travel longer distances to use alternate ports. This adds both to the cost and time required for cargo handling. New ports built at these locations can significantly optimize cargo movement.
Strategic Locations – The southern tip of India is optimally located as it falls under the East-West trade route. However most of transshipment cargo from India is dependent on ports of Colombo and Singapore. There exists a potential for development of an International transshipment hub at the southern tip.
Potential Project
New port locations have been identified based on the cargo flow for key commodities and the projected traffic:

Greenfield major ports to be developed at Vadhavan (Maharashtra), Sagar Island (West Bengal), Paradip Satellite Port (Odhisha), Cuddalore/Sirkazhi (Tamil Nadu) and Machilipatnam/Vodarevu
International Container Transhipment hub at Enayam (Tamil Nadu) and Vizhinjam (Kerala)
http://www.maritimeinvest.in/new-port-development


Inland Waterways


Economic viability of a waterway to carry traffic as an alternative to rail and road depends on its length which should be a minimum 500 km and 250 km for both cases respectively. Apart from this, it should have a large hinterland coverage area and potential in order to generate enough traffic on routes.

National highways 1, 2, 4 and 5 can be developed to play an important role in transportation.

Key Initiatives
Development of NW5 - The significance of NW5 lies in its location close to Talcher-Paradip region which is abundant in resources and industries and therefore provide opportunities for evacuation of different commodities including thermal coal, coking coal and iron-ore. Financial considerations in terms of revenue and expenditure for both the barge owners and IWAI present a strong case for moving cargo on NW5 after relevant infrastructural improvements. A number of steps in terms of infrastructural projects are required to be undertaken to make the project feasible. These include dredging to ensure minimum draft of 2.5-3 m and ensuring channel width of 55-60 m. Other steps include building atleast 5 barrages or navigational locks and a barge jetty/terminal at Paradip, Talcher and Kalinganagar.
Development of NW4 - This waterway which connects the upcoming capital of Amaravati to the coastal parts of the state is extremely important for the development of new industrial hinterlands proposed under the various nodes of Visakhapatnam Chennai Industrial Corridor. The stretch will have a potential to transport 3-5 MTPA of bulk commodities by 2020.
Development of NW2 - This waterway, stretching for a distance of 891 km from Dhubri to Sadiya, has immense potential to cater to the traffic in the north eastern region of the country. Basic commodities like foodgrains, fertilizers, etc. can be transported through the route.
Development of NW1 - With a length of 1620 km, NW1 is the longest waterway in India. It is a stretch of the Ganga-Bhagirathi-Hoogly river system from Allahabad to Haldia. Key opportunities lie in 11 major power plants being located on the banks of NW1 with a cumulative capacity of 12,000 MW as well as multiple chemical and food exporters in UP and West Bengal.
http://www.maritimeinvest.in/inland-waterways

January 2016

A Success Story in Indian Shipping - Vision 2020 - Story
http://yourstory.com/2015/10/international-shipping/



Dec 2015

India’s Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways and Shipping, Mr Nitin Gadkari unveiled plans worth Rs 10 trillion (US$ 150 billion) in the highway and shipping sectors by 2019.
http://indiainbusiness.nic.in/newdesign/index.php?param=industryservices_landing/361/2


Septeamber 2015
Government wants to promote coastal shipping
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/coastal-shipping-a-much-needed-boost/

April 2015
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/national/make-in-india-initiative-will-open-up-many-opportunities-in-shipping-sector/article7113811.ece


2014
Insights in India's Maritime Trade
KPMG Report
https://www.kpmg.com/IN/en/IssuesAndInsights/ArticlesPublications/Documents/KPMG_All_Aboard_Insights_into_India_maritime_community.pdf

2013
Planning Commission Report on Ports and Shipping
http://planningcommission.nic.in/sectors/NTDPC/voulme3_p2/ports_v3_p2.pdf

2010
Investing in Indian Transportation and Logistics Industry
https://www.kpmg.com/IN/en/IssuesAndInsights/ThoughtLeadership/Final_with_CII.pdf


Transport and Logistics 2030
Delphi Study
https://www.pwc.ch/user_content/editor/files/publ_trans/pwc_transportation_logistics_2030_vol3.pdf


2007
The Indian Shipbuilding Industry has demonstrated aspirations to acquire a 7.5 percent share in global ship building by 2017, which is expected to have a size of above 500 mn DWT. Analysis suggest that this would require Indian shipbuilders to invest close to INR 200 Bn in new yard
capacity, which interestingly, is the current level of cumulative investment declared by various entrants in this sector.
https://www.kpmg.com/IN/en/IssuesAndInsights/ThoughtLeadership/Indian%20Shipbuilding%20Industry-%20Poised%20for%20Take%20off.pdf


2006
http://www.in.kpmg.com/pdf/Shipping_Report.pdf

Updated  19 Mar 2016,  13 March 2016, 8 Jan 2016, 3 July 2015





Thursday, March 17, 2016

Make in India - Food Processing Industry




March 2016
17 March
Make in India in Food Processing Sector
Dr. Prabodh Halde
Head Regulatory, Marico
Article Link

India annually produces 205 million tonnes of fruits and vegetables. The processing percentage is  only 4.6%. while  the USA (65%), China (23%) and Philippines (78%) process lot more. About 35% of the fruits and vegetables are wasted annually due to poor storage facilities, amounting to a revenue loss of Rs 500 billion. , 80% of the vegetables rot due to lack of processing facilities, resulting in a revenue loss of Rs 125 billion.

The above statement points out to need for additional storage facilities and processing facilities in India.





Food Processing
Sector Details - 2011 - 12


The food processing sector comprises of three segments based on the levels of processing
 Primary processing of food
Primary processing of food comprises of sorting, grading and packaging of fruits and vegetables, milk, rice, spices, etc.

 Secondary Processing of Food
Secondary processing of food comprises of re-shaping of food for ease of consumption. It includes flour, oil cakes, tea leaf and beverages powder etc. Together with primary processing, the two segments constitute around 62% of the processed foods in value terms.

 Tertiary Processing of Food (or) Value Added Food Segment
Value added food segment includes processed fruits and vegetables, juices, jam & jelly etc and holds around 38 % share in the total processed food market.


The Indian food processing industry is valued at approx. ` 78,094 crore for the year 2011-
12. The industry is still in its nascent stage and contributes only 1.49% to the total Gross
Domestic Product (GDP) of the economy. It has been accorded the status of priority
sector by the Government of India. The industry has shown  Compounded
Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.4% during the period 2006-07 to 2011-12.

The industry employed more than 1.3 crore workers directly and about 3.5 crore indirectly in 2008-09.

http://www.onicra.com/images/pdf/publications/foodprocessingindustry31may.pdf


Updated 17 Mar 2016, 12 Mar 2016.




Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Involvement of MPs in Programmes of the Government and Budget


I wrote this comment on a post of Prime Minister of Narendra Modi.


My remarks in the Rajya Sabha earlier today. http://nm-4.com/y5oi

https://plus.google.com/+NarendraModi/posts/cAYqEm3bULU

Very good sir.

1. I think you need to ask all MPs to join in economic transformation of the country by working for a target investment in their constituency.

2. Each ruling party MP has to take care of two parliamentary constituencies. One his own and one more of his choice so that entire country is covered by ruling party MPs.

3. BJP party must have an economic cell with sections for each important economic sector and this arrangement has to be replicated up to MLA constituency level. Then the programmes announced by the Government will have better promotion in the country.

More Explanation


As I am thinking of decentralization of planning and execution of budget it came to my mind that there has to be statutory obligation on all MPs to submit Budge memorandums. Also after the budget is presented, MPs need to go back and have discussions with people of their constituencies and then submit comments on the budget.

A budget passed in parliament is the budget of the parliament not that of ruling party alone. Every MP has to show his commitment to get the best benefit of the budget to people of his constituency as well as that of country.



13 March 2016

My correspondence with Shri Kirit Somaiya, MP on Twitter

https://twitter.com/KiritSomaiya/status/708871485906006016
Kirit Somaiya ‏@KiritSomaiya  6h6 hours ago
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@KiritSomaiya Sir, there have to be seminars on investment opportunities arising from the budget as well as programmes of the government.
Sir, the investment opportunities programmes have to take place at MP constituency level.

@KiritSomaiya Sir My thought regarding involvement of MPs in economic programmes of Govt. http://guide-india.blogspot.in/2016/03/involvement-of-mps-in-programmes-of.html

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Urbanization - India

Agriculture - India Budget Allocations and Programmes

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Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister said that the budgetary provision for Agriculture And Farmers Welfare Ministry – 2016-2017 menifests that Modi Government is committed to villages, the poor and farmers. A sum of 35984 crore rupees has been allocated for Ministry Of Agriculture And Farmers Welfare. Government aim at to make the farmers income as double in the forthcoming five years. We also aim at to multiply yield per unit, a better return of the products related to farmers. We are also committed for livestock, dairy, fisheries, agriculture allocation, research and agricultural extension.

·         Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana is to be implemented in mission mode. 28.5 lakh hectare area will be brought under irrigation for which a sum of rupees 5717 crore has been earmarked for the year 2016-2017. The Ministry Of Agriculture And Farmers Welfare has obtained 2340 crore rupees in place of 1550 crore rupees as compared to the year 2015-2016 and it is an enhancement of 51%. Besides this year through NABARD it has been decided to create a fund of rupees 20000 crore for irrigation and expeditious implementation will be encertained for 89 irrigation projects lying incomplete for a long period under Macro And Mild Irrigation Scheme (AIBP)  it will facilitate to irrigate an area of 80.6 lakh hectare. For this purpose a sum of rupees 86500 crore will be required in the forthcoming five years. Out of them during the year 2016-2017 a sum of 12517 crore rupees will be incurred by Ministry Of Water Resources to operate 23 schemes. Alongwith under MANREGA in rainfed area 5 lakh farm ponds and wells also will be arranged.

·         Krishi development scheme
(a)    Soil Health Card and Soil Health Management the Government is focusing its attention on this scheme. Under this scheme a sum of 362 crore rupees has been allocated as compared to 142 crore rupees in the year 2015-2016 which is sole increasement of 155%. The Agriculture Ministry is committed to fulfill its objective for distributing Soil Health Card for all 14 crore farmers in the country by march, 2017. Alongwith 2000 model retail centres of fertilizers companies will be opened in the forthcoming three years. Also soil and seeds tests facilities will be provided. All 643 agriculture Agro Science Centres, Agriculture Universities and Institutes of ICAR in the country will be comprised of soil test facilities and mini labs inter alia it has been decided to impart 80% subsidy for setting up 2000 mini labs for packs and farmers clusters.
(b)   Organic value chain for North Eastern States a sum of rupees 400 crore has been allocated in 2015-2016 for the forthcoming three years meant for the development of North Eastern States and organic value chains. This scheme has been initiated with the allocation of rupees 125 crore in 2015-2016 which will pave the way for the growth of Organic Agriculture Scheme. The remaining 275 crore rupees will meet the needs of the projects being conducted in the next year (2016-2017 and 2017-2018). Alongwith 10 lakh compost ditches will be prepared for organic manure under MANREGA.
(c)    Conventional agriculture development scheme for development of organic farming is important and it is a comprehensive organic farming scheme with the total allocation of Rs. 297 cr from the Central Government and it has increased 19 % from the allocation of Rs. 250 cr for the year 2015-16.
(d)   The Integrated Agriculture Marketing Scheme: Additional resources has been provided during the current budget for increasing the Rural storage. The allocation has been increased from Rs. 750 cr in 2015-16 to Rs. 788 cr in current year that is an increase of 5 %.
(e)    National Agriculture and Technology Mission (NMET): The government is giving requisite importance for technology transfer by giving assistance in strengthening of Agriculture Extension Machinery of the State Governments for Agriculture extension mission budgetary allocation in 2015-16 is Rs. 598 cr. against the previous allocation of Rs. 635 cr, it is an increase of 6%. Apart from this, Rs. 40 cr has been allocated for strengthening of agriculture information system.
(f)    National Food Security Mission: The government is committed to increasing the productivity of various crops and it may be seen from the budgetary allocation for food security of the country as against Rs. 1137 cr in 2015-16, Rs. 1700 cr has been allocated in the current year. It is an increase of 50 % and Rs. 500 cr. has been provided for pulses.
(g)   National Sustainable Agriculture Mission (NMSA): The government is committed to encourage sustainable agriculture from the budgetary allocation. In the year 2015-16 an allocation of Rs. 730 cr was made, now it is Rs. 1062 cr. it is an increase of 45%.

Market Reforms through National Agriculture Market (NAM) – The government assumes that a few reform measures have been taken in comparison to other sectors like industry. So Government understand it very important considers the marketing very important in agriculture sector and the government is committed to the establishment of national agriculture market. Reforms have been made in APMC Act in 12 states and excluding Punjab. All the States have given concurrence. The government will launch the scheme on the 14th April, 2016 and till September, 2016, 200 markets and till March, 2017 another 200 markets will be covered under this scheme and till March 2017 total 400 markets will be covered and it is targeted to cover 585 APMC in country till March 2018.
Credit flow has been increased to Rs. 9 lakh crore which was Rs. 8.5 lakh crore in the 2015-16.
In order to reduce burden of debt payment on farmers, Rs. 15000 crore has been provided in budget estimate in 2016-17 for interest assistance which was Rs. 13000 crore in 2015-16.
An allocation of Rs. 5500 crore has been made under Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana which was Rs. 3185 crore in previous budget. There is an increase of about 73 % in this scheme.
National Agriculture Development Yojana – There was a provision of Rs. 3900 crore in 2015-16, this time Rs. 5400 crore has been provided in the budget of 2016-17, hence, it is an increase of 38%.
A provision of Rs. 75 crore as central share has been made in the budget for the first time for National Agriculture Forestry Program. It will give impetus to ‘med per ped’.
An amount of Rs. 1600 crore has been allocated for Animal Husbandry, Diary and Fisheries 2016-17 which was Rs. 1491 crore in 2015-16.
 Four New Projects – Rs. 850 crore have been provided for Livestock viz. Sanjivani, Nakul Swasthan Patra, e-livestock haat and Rastriya Indiginous Breeds Genomic Centre.
A total financial resources of Rs. 5387.95 crore was provided to DARE/ ICAR in the year 2015-16 whereas in the year 2016-17 financial resources of Rs. 6309.89 crore has been made available with an increase of about 17 % compared to the last year which will give impetus to education, research and agricultural extension.
A competition of national level will be organized among 643 KVKs with a total award amount of Rs. 50 lakh for bringing reforms in the efficiency and performance of the KVKs.
OTHER SCHEMES FOR THE BENEFIT OF VILLAGE AND FARMERS



·        Under Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana : the allocation has been increased to Rs. 19,000 crore which is almost double from the amount released last year. By 2019, remaining Rs. 65000 eligible villages will be linked with the road.

·        Every block affected from drought and natural calamities will work at special block under Deen Dayal Antodaya Mission. In this scheme self help ground will be constituted by the government and they will be imparted training in various disciplines. Further, cluster privileges team will be constituted under MNREGA which will ensure water conservation and management of natural resources. These districts will be given priority under Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana.

·        Beginning of Shayam Prasad Mukherjee for development of infrastructure in villages under this 300 rural urban clusters will be developed in which agriculture processing, agriculture market, godowns and warehouses will be constructed. Apart from this, cleanness campaign, water supply, solid and liquid water management, cementing of streets and drains, street lights, strengthening of educational institutions and the development of inter-rural link from other villages road, LPG gas connection and mobile health unit will be made available to the villages.

·        100% rural electrification by 01st May, 2018.

·        A new scheme namely Rastriy Gram Swaraj Abhiyan with an allocation of                 Rs. 655 crore.

·        Heath Insurance scheme for saving hospital expenses. This scheme will provide health insurance upto Rs. 1 lakh to every family under this an additional top-up packages of Rs. 30,000 will be provided to senior citizens.

·        LPG gas connection for BPL families. A provision of Rs. 2000 crore has been made in the budget for this from this about 1 crore 50 lakh BPL families will get benefit in the year 2016-17.

·        In statutory support will be provided for the base platform so as to facilitate the access to the benefits by eligible persons.

·        A sum of rupees 38500 crore has been allotted for MANREGA 2016-2017.

·        Union Cabinet has sanctioned a Stand Up India Scheme for encouraging entrepreneurship among scheduled caste/ schedule tribe and women. For this purpose a sum of rupees 500 crore has been provided.

·        Under Prime Minister Skill Development Scheme it has been aimed at to get entrepreneurship at the threshold of the youth. We have made up our mind to establish 15000 multi dimensional skill training institutes across the country. For these Programmes a sum of 17000 crores rupees has been earmarked separately.

·        During the year 2016-2017 a total expenditure on roads and railway related items will be amalgamated as Rs. 218000 crore.

·        Under Public Medicine Scheme related to the Prime Minister 3000 stores will be opened to supply generic medicines during 2016-2017.


·        A successful implementation of the scheme named as “Ustad Scheme” has been encertained for the welfare of minorities and skill development.

·        There are the schemes to open 62 new Novadaya Schools keeping in the view of education centre.

·        It has been proposed to open national scheduled caste/scheduled tribe centres in the Ministry Of Micro Small and The Medium Enterprises with association of industry unions on the eve of 125th anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.


·        It has been aimed at to provide a debt of rupees 1 lakh 80 thousand through Prime Minister Mudra Schemes for small artisans

http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=137129


Comment on the budget in LiveMint Paper

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/Lfvj3n4zPibVN8cfLdcFSL/Budgetary-math-of-the-farm-sector.html



2015 -16 Budget - Allocations to Department of Agriculture
http://indiabudget.nic.in/ub2015-16/eb/sbe1.pdf


Updated 15 Mar 2016, 8 Mar 2016

Monday, March 14, 2016

West Bengal - 2016 Assembly Elections - Constituencies and Candidates


BJP is going to field Netaji's grandson Chandra Kumar Bose againsst Mamata Banarjee.


http://www.bjpbengal.org/

BJP First List




http://bjpbengal.org/press-release/BJPCandidate1stList-AssemblyElection2016


TMC Candidates


        AC No Constituency       Candidate
                                                         TMC
1 MEKLIGANJ (SC)                 ARGHYA RAY PRADHAN
2 MATHABHANGA (SC) BINAY BARMAN
3 UTTAR (SC)                         PARIMAL BARMAN
4 DAKSHIN                         MIHIR GOSWAMI
5 SITALKUCHI (SC)         HITEN BARMAN
6 SITAI (SC)                         JAGODISH ROY
7 DINHATA                        UDAYAN GUHA
8 NATABARI                         RABINDRANATH GHOSH
9 TUFANGANJ                         FAZLEY KARIM MIAH
10 KUMARGRAM (ST)         JAMES KUJUR
11 KALCHINI (ST)                WILSON CHAMPRAMARY
12 S                                        SOURAV CHAKRABORTY
13 FALAKATA (SC)                ANIL ADHIKARI
14 MADARIHAT (ST)         PADAM LAMA
15 DHUPGURI (SC)                 MITALI ROY
16 MAYNAGURI (SC)        ANANTA DEB ADHIKARY
17 (SC)                                DHARITRI MOHAN ROY
18 RAJGANJ (SC)                KHAGESHWAR ROY
19 DABGRAM-FULBARI        GOUTAM DEB
20 MAL (ST)                        BULU CHIK BARAIK
21 NAGRAKATA (ST)        SUKRA MUNDA
22 KALIMPONG                HARKA BAHADUR CHETTRI
23 SARDA RAI SUBBA
24 KURSEONG SHANTA CHETTRI
25 MATIGARA-NAXALBARI (SC) AMAR SINHA
26 SILIGURI BHAICHUNG BHUTIA
27 PHANSIDEWA (ST) CAROLUS LAKRA
28 CHOPRA HAMIDUL RAHMAN
29 ISLAMPUR ABDUL KARIM CHOWDHURY
30 GOALPOKHAR MD GHULAM RABBANI
31 CHAKULIA ALEMA NOORIA
32 KARANDIGHI MONODEV SINGH
33 HEMTABAD (SC) SABITA KHETTRY
34 KALIAGANJ (SC) BASANTA ROY
35 RAIGANJ PURNENDU DEY
36 ITAHAR AMAL ACHARJEE
37 KUSHMANDI (SC) REKHA ROY
38 KUMARGANJ TORAF HOSSAIN MONDAL
39 BALURGHAT SANKAR CHAKRABORTY
40 TAPAN (ST) BACHCHU HANSDA
41 GANGARAMPUR (SC) SATYENDRA NATH ROY
42 HARIRAMPUR BIPLAB MITRA
43 HABIBPUR (ST) AMAL KISHKU
44 GAZOLE (SC) SUSHIL CHANDRA ROY
45 CHANCHAL SOUMITRA ROY
46 HARISHCHANDRAPUR TAJMUL HOSSAIN
47 MALATIPUR DR. MOAZZEM HOSSAIN
48 RATUA SHEHNAZ QUADERI
49 MANIKCHAK SABITRI MITRA
50 HA (SC) DULAL CHANDRA SARKAR
51 ENGLISH BAZAR KRISHNENDU NARAYAN CHOUDHURY
52 MOTHABARI M.D. NAZRUL ISLAM
53 SUJAPUR ABU NASER KHAN CHOUDHURY
54 BAISNABNAGAR ASIT BARAN BASU (BACHCHU DA)
55 FARAKKA MD. MUSTAFA
56 SAMSERGANJ AMIRUL ISLAM
57 SUTI EMANI BISWAS
58 JANGIPUR JAKIR HOSSAIN
59 RAGHUNATHGANJ DR. ABUL KASEM MOLLA
60 SAGARDIGHI SUBRATA SAHA
61 LALGOLA CHAND MOHAMMAD
62 BHAGABANGOLA ABU SUPIAN
63 RANINAGAR DR. HUMAYUN KABIR
64 ASHIM BHATTA
65 NABAGRAM (SC) DILIP KUMAR SAHA
66 KHARGRAM (SC) MADHAB CHANDRA MARJIT
67 BURWAN (SC) SHASTI MAL
68 KANDI DR. SHANTANU SEN
69 BHARATPUR KHADEM K DASTOKI
70 REJINAGAR SIDDIKA BEGUM
71 BELDANGA GOLAM KIBRIA MIA
72 BAHARAMPUR DR. SUJATA BANERJEE
73 HARIHARPARA NIYAMAT SK.
74 NAODA MASUD KARIM
75 DOMKAL SOUMIK HOSSAIN
76 JALANGI ALOK DAS
77 KARIMPUR MAHUA MOITRA
78 TEHATTA GOURI SHANKAR DUTTA
79 PALASHIPARA TAPAS SAHA
80 KALIGANJ NASEERUDDIN AHAMED
81 NAKASHIPARA KALLOL KHAN
82 CHAPRA RUKBANUR RAHAMAN
83 KRISHNANAGAR UTTAR ABANI MOHAN JOARDAR
84 NABADWIP PUNDARIKAKSHYA SAHA
85 KRISHNANAGAR DAKSHIN UJJAL BISWAS
86 SANTIPUR AJOY DEY
87 RANAGHAT UTTAR PASCHIM PARTHA SARATHI CHATTERJEE
88 KRISHNAGANJ (SC) SATYAJIT BISWAS
89 RANAGHAT UTTAR PURBA (SC) SAMIR PODDAR
90 RANAGHAT DAKSHIN (SC) ABIR RANJAN BISWAS
91 CHAKDAHA RATNA GHOSH
92 KALYANI (SC) DR RAMENDRA NATH BISWAS
93 HARINGHATA (SC) NILIMA NAG
94 BAGDAH (SC) UPENDRANATH BISWAS
95 BANGAON UTTAR (SC) BISWAJIT DAS
96 BANGAON DAKSHIN (SC) SURAJIT KUMAR BISWAS
97 GAIGHATA (SC) PULIN BEHARI ROY
98 SWARUPNAGAR (SC) BINA MONDAL
99 BADURIA AMIR ALI
100 HABRA JYOTIPRIYO MALLICK
101 ASHOKNAGAR DHIMAN ROY
102 AMDANGA RAFIQUER RAHAMAN
103 BIJPUR SUBHRANGSHU ROY
104 NAIHATI PARTHA BHOWMICK
105 BHATPARA ARJUN SINGH
106 JAGATDAL PARASH DUTTA
107 NOAPARA MANJU BOSE
108 BARRACKPORE SILBHADRA DUTTA
109 KHARDAHA AMIT MITRA
110 DUM DUM UTTAR CHANDRIMA BHATTACHARYA
111 PANIHATI NIRMAL GHOSH
112 KAMARHATI MADAN MITRA
113 BARANAGAR TAPAS ROY
114 DUM DUM BRATYA BASU
115 RAJARHAT NEWTOWN SABYASACHI DUTTA
116 BIDHANNAGAR SUJIT BOSE
117 RAJARHAT GOPALPUR PURNENDU BOSE
118 MADHYAMGRAM RATHIN GHOSH
119 BARASAT CHIRANJIT CHAKRABORTY
120 DEGANGA RAHIMA MONDAL
121 HAROA HAJI SK. NURUL ISLAM
122 MINAKHAN (SC) USHA RANI MONDAL
123 SANDESHKHALI (ST) SUKUMAR MAHATO
124 BASIRHAT DAKSHIN DIPENDU BISWAS
125 BASIRHAT UTTAR ATM ABDULLAH
126 HINGALGANJ (SC) DEBESH MONDAL
127 GOSABA (SC) JAYANTA NASKAR
128 BASANTI (SC) GOBINDO CHANDRA NASKAR
129 KULTALI (SC) GOPAL MAJHI
130 PATHARPRATIMA SAMIR JANA
131 KAKDWIP MANTURAM PAKHIRA
132 SAGAR BANKIM HAZRA
133 KULPI JOGARANJAN HALDER
134 RAIDIGHI DEBASREE ROY
135 MANDIRBAZAR (SC) JOYDEB HALDER
136 JAYNAGAR (SC) BISWANATH HALDER
137 BARUIPUR PURBA (SC) NIRMAL MANDAL
138 CANNING PASCHIM (SC) SHYAMAL MONDAL
139 CANNING PURBA SAOKAT MOLLA
140 BARUIPUR PASCHIM BIMAN BANERJEE
141 MAGRAHAT PURBA (SC) NAMITA SAHA
142 MAGRAHAT PASCHIM MD GIYAS UDDIN MOLLA
143 DIAMOND HARBOUR DIPAK HALDER
144 FALTA TOMONASH GHOSH
145 SATGACHIA SONALI GUHA (BOSE)
146 BISHNUPUR (SC) DILIP MONDAL
147 SONARPUR DAKSHIN JIBAN MUKHERJEE
148 BHANGAR ABDUR RAZZAK MOLLAH
149 KASBA JAVED KHAN
150 JADAVPUR MANISH GUPTA
151 SONARPUR UTTAR FIRDOUSI BEGAM
152 TOLLYGANJ AROOP BISWAS
153 BEHALA PURBA SOVAN CHATTERJEE
154 BEHALA PASCHIM PARTHA CHATTERJEE
155 MAHESHTALA KASTURI DAS
156 BUDGE BUDGE ASHOK DEB
157 METIABRUZ ABDUL KHALEQUE MOLLAH
158 PORT FIRHAD HAKIM
159 BHABANIPUR MAMATA BANERJEE
160 RASHBEHARI SOVANDEB CHATTOPADHYAY
161 BALLYGANJ SUBRATA MUKHERJEE
162 CHOWRINGHEE NAYANA BANDOPADHYAY
163 ENTALLY SWARNA KAMAL SAHA
164 BELEGHATA PARESH PAUL
165 JORASANKO SMITA BAKSHI
166 SHYAMPUKUR DR. SHASHI PANJA
167 MANIKTALA SADHAN PANDE
168 KASHIPUR BELGACHIA MALA SAHA
169 BALLY VAISHALI DALMIYA
170 UTTAR LAXMI RATAN SHUKLA
171 MADHYA AROOP ROY
172 SHIBPUR JATU LAHIRI
173 DAKSHIN BROJA MOHAN MAJUMDAR
174 SAKRAIL (SC) SITAL SARDAR
175 PANCHLA GULSHAN MALLICK
176 ULUBERIA PURBA HAIDER AZIZ SAFWI
177 ULUBERIA UTTAR (SC) DR. NIRMAL MAJI
178 ULUBERIA DAKSHIN PULAK ROY
179 SHYAMPUR KALIPADA MONDAL
180 BAGNAN ARUNAVA SEN (RAJA)
181 AMTA TUSHAR KANTI SIL
182 UDAYNARAYANPUR SAMIR PANJA
183 JAGATBALLAVPUR JANAB ABDUL GHANI
184 DOMJUR RAJIB BANERJEE
185 UTTARPARA PRABIR GHOSHAL
186 SREERAMPUR DR. SUDIPTO ROY
187 CHAMPDANI MUZZAFAR KHAN
188 SINGUR RABINDRANATH BHATTACHARJEE
189 CHANDANNAGAR INDRANIL SEN
190 CHUNCHURA ASIT MAZUMDER
191 BALAGARH (SC) ASHIM MAJI
192 PANDUA SYED RAHIM NABI
193 SAPTAGRAM TAPAN DASGUPTA
194 CHANDITALA SWATI KHANDEKAR
195 JANGIPARA SNEHASISH CHAKRABORTY
196 HARIPAL BECHARAM MANNA
197 DHANEKHALI (SC) ASHIMA PATRA
198 TARAKESWAR RACHHPAL SINGH
199 PURSURAH DR. M. NURUZZAMAN
200 ARAMBAG (SC) KRISHNA CHANDRA SANTRA
201 GOGHAT (SC) MANAS MAJUMDAR
202 KHANAKUL IQBAL AHMED
203 TAMLUK NIRBED ROY
204 PANSKURA PURBA BIPLAB ROY CHOWDHURY
205 PANSKURA PASCHIM FIROJA BIBI
206 MOYNA DR. SANGRAM DOLAI
207 NANDAKUMAR SUKUMAR DEY
208 MAHISADAL DR. SUDARSHAN GHOSH DASTIDAR
209 HALDIA (SC) MADHURIMA MONDAL
210 NANDIGRAM SUVENDU ADHIKARI
211 CHANDIPUR AMIYA KANTI BHATTACHARJEE
212 PATASHPUR JYOTIRMOY KAR
213 KANTHI UTTAR BANASRI MAITY
214 BHAGABANPUR ARDHENDHU MAITY
215 KHEJURI (SC) RANAJIT MONDAL
216 KANTHI DAKSHIN DIBYENDU ADHIKARI
217 RAMNAGAR AKHIL GIRI
218 EGRA SAMARES DAS
219 DANTAN BANKIM PRADHAN
220 NAYAGRAM (ST) DULAL MURMU
221 GOPIBALLAVPUR CHUDAMANI MAHATO
222 JHARGRAM DR. SUKUMAR HANSDA
223 KESHIARY (ST) PARESH MURMU
224 KHARAGPUR SADAR RAMAPRASAD TEWARI
225 NARAYANGARH PRADYUT GHOSH
226 SABANG NIRMAL GHOSH
227 PINGLA DR SOMEN MAHAPATRA
228 KHARAGPUR DINEN ROY
229 DEBRA SELIMA KHATUN (BIBI)
230 DASPUR MAMATA BHUNIA
231 GHATAL SHANKAR DOLAI
232 CHANDRAKONA (SC) CHHAYA DOLAI
233 GARBETA ASHISH CHAKRABORTY
234 SALBONI SRIKANTA MAHATO
235 KESHPUR (SC) SEULI SAHA
236 MEDINIPUR MRIGENDRA NATH MAITI
237 BINPUR (ST) KHAGENDRANATH HEMBRAM
238 BANDWAN (ST) RAJEEV SOREN
239 BALARAMPUR SANTIRAM MAHATO
240 BAGHMUNDI SAMIR MAHATO
241 JOYPUR SHAKTIPADA MAHATO
242 DIBYAJYOTI PRASAD SINGH DEO
243 MANBAZAR (ST) SANDHYARANI TUDU
244 KASHIPUR SWAPAN KUMAR BELTHARIYA
245 PARA (SC) UMAPADA BAURI
246 RAGHUNATHPUR (SC) PURNA CHANDRA BAURI
247 SALTORA (SC) SWAPAN BAURI
248 CHHATNA SUBHASIS BATABYAL
249 RANIBANDH (ST) JYOTSNA MANDI
250 RAIPUR (ST) BIRENDRANATH TUDU
251 TALDANGRA SAMIR CHAKRABORTY
252 MINATI MISRA
253 BARJORA SOHAM CHAKRABORTY
254 ONDA ARUP KUMAR KHAN
255 BISHNUPUR SHYAMA PRASAD MUKHERJEE
256 KATULPUR (SC) SHYAMAL SANTRA
257 INDAS (SC) GURUPADA METE
258 SONAMUKHI (SC) DIPALI SAHA
259 KHANDAGHOSH (SC) NABIN CHANDRA BAG
260 DAKSHIN RABIRANJAN CHATTOPADHYAY
261 RAINA (SC) NEPAL GHORUI
262 JAMALPUR (SC) UJJAL PRAMANIK
263 MANTESWAR SAJAL PANJA
264 KALNA (SC) BISWAJIT KUNDU
265 MEMARI NARGIS BEGUM
266 UTTAR (SC) NISITH MALIK
267 BHATAR SUBHASH MONDAL
268 PURBASTHALI DAKSHIN SWAPAN DEBNATH
269 PURBASTHALI UTTAR TAPAN CHATTERJEE
270 KATWA RABINDRANATH CHATTERJEE
271 KETUGRAM SK. SAHANAWEZ
272 MANGALKOT SIDDIQULLAH CHOWDHURY
273 AUSGRAM (SC) ABHAYANAND THANDAR
274 GALSI (SC) ALOK KUMAR MAJHI
275 PANDAVESWAR JITEN TIWARI
276 DURGAPUR PURBA PRADIP KUMAR MAZUMDAR
277 DURGAPUR PASCHIM APURBA MUKHERJEE
278 RANIGANJ NARGIS BANO
279 JAMURIA V. SHIVDASAN
280 ASANSOL DAKSHIN TAPAS BANERJEE
281 ASANSOL UTTAR MOLOY GHATAK
282 KULTI UJJAL CHATTERJEE
283 BARABANI BIDHAN UPADHYAY
284 DUBRAJPUR (SC) NARESH CHANDRA BAURI
285 SURI DR. ASHOK CHATTERJEE
286 BOLPUR CHANDRANATH SINGHA
287 NANOOR (SC) GADADHAR HAZRA
288 LABPUR MANIRUL ISLAM
289 SAINTHIA (SC) NILABATI SAHA
290 MAYURESWAR AVIJIT ROY
291 RAMPURHAT DR. ASISH BANERJEE
292 HANSAN ASIT KUMAR MAL
293 NALHATI MOINUDDIN SHAMS
294 MURARAI ABDUR RAHAMAN



Updated 9 March 2016, 5 March 2016