Showing posts with label India. Show all posts
Showing posts with label India. Show all posts

Friday, March 03, 2023

3: India

आठ दलीय गठबन्धनमा यसरी हुँदैछ सत्ताको भागबण्डा
गठबन्धनसँग रेशमको माग : श्रीमतीलाई उपप्रधानमन्त्री, टिकापुरलाई जिल्ला घोषणा

Germany’s Scholz Visits Washington Amid Worries Over Ukraine ‘End Game’ Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrives Friday for a quiet working visit with President Biden, sparking speculation that they will discuss tough questions on how to end the war. .

War in Ukraine Has Changed Europe Forever No event has transformed the continent more profoundly since the end of the Cold War, and there is no going back now. ........ The 27-nation European Union was built over decades with the core idea of extending peace across the continent. The notion that economic exchanges, trade and interdependence were the best guarantees against war lay deep in the postwar European psyche, even in dealings with an increasingly hostile Moscow. .......... That Mr. Putin’s Russia had become aggressive, imperialist, revanchist and brutal — as well as impervious to European peace politics — was almost impossible to digest in Paris or Berlin, even after the annexation of Crimea in 2014. An increasingly militaristic Russia might swim, quack and look like a duck, but that did not mean it was one. ........ The war in Ukraine has transformed Europe more profoundly than any event since the Cold War’s end in 1989. A peace mentality, most acute in Germany, has given way to a dawning awareness that military power is needed in the pursuit of security and strategic objectives. A continent on autopilot, lulled into amnesia, has been galvanized into an immense effort to save liberty in Ukraine, a freedom widely seen as synonymous with its own. ........ The European Union has provided some $3.8 billion in military assistance to Ukraine. .......... Overall, European states, as part of the union or individually, have pledged more than $50 billion in various forms of aid to Kyiv, imposed 10 rounds of sanctions, absorbed more than eight million Ukrainian refugees (nearly the population of Austria), and largely weaned themselves off Russian oil and gas in a sweeping shift under acute inflationary pressure. .............. the Age of Reordering ......... “Even if the war ends soon, there will be no going back” ....... Finns saw their own Russia-plagued past in Ukraine’s suffering. They saw the impossibility of a workable relationship with the Putin regime. Old assumptions — that a strong defense ability, close cooperation with NATO and a mutually beneficial relationship with Russia could be combined — crumpled. ......... Support for NATO membership surged to over 70 percent. Finland was suddenly too small and too vulnerable to hold that long border. ......... “The Baltic Sea has become a NATO pond,” said Thomas Bagger, the German ambassador to Poland. “That is a big strategic shift.” ......... Ukraine was rapidly accorded formal candidate status to the European Union last year, but big problems, including endemic corruption and a weak judicial system, remain for a process that generally takes several years. ........... “A frozen conflict suits Putin,” said Mr. Delattre, the French ambassador to Germany. “A partially occupied, dysfunctional Ukraine cannot advance toward Europe. So of the three possible outcomes to the war — a Ukrainian victory, a Russian victory and a stalemate — two favor Putin.” .......... an increasingly repressive Russia under severe sanctions and a leader who is a pariah throughout the Western world, with no path to economic reconstruction, will also suffer from a prolonged conflict. But the limits to the Russian capacity to absorb pain are not easily discerned.......... Anti-German sentiment has swept Poland, which sees Berlin as too hesitant in its support of Ukraine, to the point that Germany’s supposed fickleness, at least in the eyes of the nationalist ruling party, is now a central theme of this year’s Polish parliamentary election. ............ Nowhere has the war in Ukraine been more challenging or transformative than in Germany. ........... a thoroughly post-heroic Germany, healing slowly from the Nazi horror, was unable to imagine the idea of a just war. ............ The most powerful country in Europe, Germany has had to reimagine itself overnight, abandoning a peace culture by arming itself and Ukraine in the name of a war for European freedom. It has had to eliminate its dependence on Russia for 55 percent of its gas. It has been forced to contemplate a partial decoupling from China, an enormous market for German cars, to reduce its strategic vulnerability. ............. “Europe took a holiday from defense for 30 years” .......... the Europe “whole and free” of which President George H.W. Bush spoke in 1989, with “borders open to people, commerce and ideas.” ........... “Life in Russia is boring, bad and difficult,” Mr. Rastegavi said. “You can start a war, but it’s not easy to finish.” .

The Excellence of Kamala Harris Is Hiding in Plain Sight Ms. Harris has met (mostly in person) with more than 100 world leaders to repair damage to our international relationships caused by Donald Trump. ........ Through public-private partnerships, she helped raise over $4.2 billion to address the root cause of migration from Central America. ......... Ms. Harris has pushed for federal legislation to secure voting rights, worked to expand access to the child tax and earned-income tax credits, is co-leader of the White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment, was an integral part of the White House’s push to get Americans vaccinated against Covid, and is the chair of the National Space Council. ....... Presidents Trump, Dwight Eisenhower, Ulysses S. Grant, Herbert Hoover and Zachary Taylor never held elected office before becoming president. ....... for most of American history, white men were the only people considered for high-level jobs in what amounted to affirmative action for them. .

The Promise and Peril of Biden’s Climate Policy . After several years during which “It’s infrastructure week!” became a punchline, he passed a major infrastructure bill. .......... most important, Congress enacted the Inflation Reduction Act, which despite its name is mainly a climate bill; we’re finally taking serious action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. .......... huge progress in renewable energy and related technologies, notably batteries, means that it now looks almost easy to achieve a low-emission economy. We can now easily envision a society in which people drive electric vehicles and cook on induction ranges, using power generated by solar panels and wind turbines, and experience no sense of sacrifice. ........... we may need a third, bureaucratic miracle to fix the electricity grid and make this whole thing work. .

Poetry is the attempt to understand fully what is real, what is present, what is imaginable, what is feelable, and how can I loosen the grip of what I already know to find some new, changed relationship,” the poet Jane Hirshfield tells me. Through poetry, she says, “I know something new and I have been changed.” ........ Her book “Ledger” is one I gift to people most often. Hirshfield’s true talent as a poet is her singular ability to imbue the ordinary, the invisible, the forgotten with a sense of majesty and wonder. Her work is littered with lines that force you to stop, to slow down, to notice what you might have missed or overlooked. .

America Is In Over Its Head The war suddenly appeared as a face-off between a mass of disenchanted Russian incompetents and supercharged, savvy Ukrainian patriots........... As battles rage across Donetsk and Luhansk, Ukraine’s leaders and some of their Western backers are already dreaming of Nuremberg-style trials of Mr. Putin and his inner circle in Moscow. .......... Only the full, Desert Storm style of deployment of NATO and U.S. troops and weaponry could bring about a comprehensive Ukrainian victory in a short period of time. ......... Absent NATO involvement, the Ukrainian Army can hold the line and regain ground, as it has done in Kharkiv and Kherson, but complete victory is very nearly impossible. ......... What has been a meat grinder in one direction is likely to be a meat grinder in the other. ......... Russia has nearly switched its state onto a war economy setting, while the United States has yet to meet the war production needs of its foreign partners. The war has already used up 13 years’ worth of Stinger antiaircraft missile production and five years’ worth of Javelin missiles, while the United States has a $19 billion backlog of arms delivery to Taiwan. .......... The United States may even have an interest in keeping the fighting going as the war reduces Russia’s ability to operate elsewhere in the world, increases the value of American energy exports and serves as a convenient dress rehearsal for the rallying of allies and coordination of economic warfare against Beijing.......... Moscow now seems mostly focused on maintaining its positions in Luhansk and Donetsk and securing a land bridge to Crimea. These are territories that even in the best of circumstances would be difficult for Ukraine to reincorporate. ......... As it stands today, Ukraine’s economic future appears viable even without the territories currently occupied by Russia. Ukraine has not been turned into a landlocked country and it remains in control of seven of the eight oblasts with the highest G.D.P. per capita. ........... Ukrainians may be better off defining victory as accession to the European Union rather than a complete recapture of all Ukrainian territory. ........... membership in NATO, which since the 1990s has acted as a ratings agency in Europe, guaranteeing countries as safe for investment. ......... convincing Ukrainians that access to the common market and a European Marshall Fund is a reasonable exchange for “complete victory.” .

The Spectacular Fall of Lori Lightfoot . Lightfoot belongs to a group of recently elected Black mayors of major American cities, including Eric Adams in New York, Sylvester Turner in Houston and Karen Bass in Los Angeles. ........ Vallas had run a tough-on-crime, law-and-order campaign in which he told one crowd that his “whole campaign is about taking back our city, pure and simple.” Lightfoot called the remark “the ultimate dog whistle.” ....... “I’m always going to be viewed through a different lens, that the things I do and say, that the toughness that I exhibit, is viewed as divisive, that I’m the mean mayor, that I can’t collaborate with anyone.” .

Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S. Arriving in record numbers, they’re ending up in dangerous jobs that violate child labor laws — including in factories that make products for well-known brands like Cheetos and Fruit of the Loom. ....... 15-year-old Carolina Yoc, who came to the United States on her own last year to live with a relative she had never met. ......... Her stomach often hurt, and she was unsure if that was because of the lack of sleep, the stress from the incessant roar of the machines, or the worries she had for herself and her family in Guatemala. ......... Largely from Central America, the children are driven by economic desperation that was worsened by the pandemic. This labor force has been slowly growing for almost a decade, but it has exploded since 2021, while the systems meant to protect children have broken down. ......... jobs that were grinding them into exhaustion, and fears that they had become trapped in circumstances they never could have imagined .......... In town after town, children scrub dishes late at night. They run milking machines in Vermont and deliver meals in New York City. They harvest coffee and build lava rock walls around vacation homes in Hawaii. Girls as young as 13 wash hotel sheets in Virginia. .......... For the past three years, she said, almost every eighth grader in her English learner program of about 100 students was also carrying an adult workload. .......... In Los Angeles, children stitch “Made in America” tags into J. Crew shirts. They bake dinner rolls sold at Walmart and Target, process milk used in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and help debone chicken sold at Whole Foods. As recently as the fall, middle-schoolers made Fruit of the Loom socks in Alabama. In Michigan, children make auto parts used by Ford and General Motors. ....... Far from home, many of these children are under intense pressure to earn money. They send cash back to their families while often being in debt to their sponsors for smuggling fees, rent and living expenses. .......... H.H.S. regularly ignored obvious signs of labor exploitation ............ about two-thirds of all unaccompanied migrant children ended up working full time. .......... “It’s the new child labor. You’re taking children from another country and putting them in almost indentured servitude.” .......... just a sense that she could not stay in her village any longer. There was not much electricity or water, and after the pandemic began, not much food. ......... The only people who seemed to be getting by were the families living off remittances from relatives in the United States. ........... Child labor is the norm in rural Guatemala, and she herself had started working around the second grade. ......... The growth of migrant child labor in the United States over the past several years is a result of a chain of willful ignorance. Companies ignore the young faces in their back rooms and on their factory floors. Schools often decline to report apparent labor violations, believing it will hurt children more than help. And H.H.S. behaves as if the migrant children who melt unseen into the country are doing just fine. ........... Parents know that they would be turned away at the border or quickly deported, so they send their children in hopes that remittances will come back........ “Even when he shares $50, it’s a huge help,” Mr. Cutzal said. “Otherwise, there are times we don’t eat.” ......... Many sponsors see themselves as benevolent, doing a friend or neighbor a favor by agreeing to help a child get out of a government shelter, even if they do not intend to offer any support. Children often understand that they will have to work, but do not grasp the unrelenting grind that awaits them. ....... Except on farms, children younger than 16 are not supposed to work for more than three hours or after 7 p.m. on school days.......... ecently arrived preteens and teenagers are running industrial dough mixers, driving massive earthmovers and burning their hands on hot tar as they lay down roofing shingles ........... an adult will apply for a job in the morning, and then a child using the same name will show up for orientation that afternoon. ........... if migrant children needed to work full time, it was preferable for them to have jobs at a well-monitored workplace. .......... The Labor Department is supposed to find and punish child labor violations, but inspectors in a dozen states said their understaffed offices could barely respond to complaints, much less open original investigations. When the department has responded to tips on migrant children, it has focused on the outside contractors and staffing agencies that usually employ them, not the corporations where they perform the work. .......... Mostly, though, she keeps to herself. Her teachers do not know many details about her journey to the border. When the topic came up at school recently, Carolina began sobbing and would not say why......... After a week of 17-hour days, she sat at home one night with her aunt and considered her life in the United States. The long nights. The stress about money. “I didn’t have expectations about what life would be like here,” she said, “but it’s not what I imagined.” ......... Now night had fallen and they were eating Froot Loops for dinner. The heat was off, so they wore winter jackets. .

In an Epic Battle of Tanks, Russia Was Routed, Repeating Earlier Mistakes A three-week fight in the town of Vuhledar in southern Ukraine produced what Ukrainian officials say was the biggest tank battle of the war so far, and a stinging setback for the Russians. .

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How to Make, and Keep, Friends in Adulthood A friendship expert shares strategies for finding connection in a lonely, disconnected world......... people in transition — like those who’ve recently moved, gone through a breakup or who are traveling — tend to be more open to making new friends. ....... In 1990, only 3 percent of Americans said they had no close friends; in 2021, nearly 12 percent said the same. The United States is in the grips of a loneliness crisis that predates the Covid pandemic. .......... people who think friendship happens organically — based on luck — are lonelier. You really have to try and put yourself out there. ........ if you try to connect with someone, you are much less likely to be rejected than you think. .......... when strangers interact, they’re more liked by the other person than they assume. ....... the “acceptance prophecy.” When people assume that others like them, they become warmer, friendlier and more open. ......... joining something that meets regularly over time ........ just texting a friend can be more meaningful than people tend to think. ......... Our communities used to be built-in, not sought after. ......... Social media is a good example. It can be a tool for connection, but mostly we use it to just lurk, which is related to increased loneliness and disconnection. ......... swipe through your contacts, or look at who you were texting this time last year, and reach out. You can say something simple, like: “Hey, we haven’t chatted in a while. I was just thinking about you. How are you?” .

Expert Tips for Curbing Bad Breath Food choices, oral hygiene habits and certain health conditions can play a role — but there are ways to keep dragon breath in check....... A popular and useful litmus test is to cup your hands over your nose and mouth, exhale and then inhale ........ lick (yes, lick) the back of your hand a few times, wait a minute for the water to evaporate so that the odor molecules concentrate, then give the back of your hand a good sniff. If what you smell makes you want to keel over, you may want to do something about your breath ....... Onions and garlic are common bad breath culprits because of their strong aromas ....... alcohol, coffee, tomatoes, citrus fruits and onions ........ Bacteria in the mouth are another common cause of bad breath. These bacteria release what are called volatile sulfur compounds, which “smell like rotten eggs, smelly toes” ........ Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day can help eliminate these germs as well as the food particles that might be stuck in and around your teeth. .......... Staying hydrated can therefore prevent bad breath, as can rinsing with a mouthwash that treats dry mouth .......... recommended against rinses that contain alcohol, because they “dry the patient’s mouth out, and it’s a vicious cycle — once the alcohol dries it out, the bad breath comes back even worse” ........... Gum disease can be another bad breath culprit. If your gums frequently bleed, you see pockets around your gums or your teeth feel loose, you should see a dentist to determine if you have diseased gums ......... Gum disease can cause bad breath because bacteria get stuck in little pockets around the gums, “making a real stink-a-thon” ............ gargling with salt water .

China Increasingly Seen as Antagonist in Diplomatic Talks Around the World Tensions over China arise in many gatherings of global leaders and diplomats, as Beijing increasingly plays a spoiler role, often siding with Russia. ......... Although Russia’s war in Ukraine has dominated diplomatic dialogue around the globe this past year, the dilemma of dealing with an increasingly assertive China is ever-present — and for many nations, a thornier problem than relations with Moscow. They subscribe to the framing that President Biden and his aides have presented: China is the greatest long-term challenge, and the one nation with the power and resources to reshape the American-led order to its advantage. .......... Last October, Mr. Biden announced sweeping restrictions on selling advanced semiconductors and semiconductor manufacturing equipment to China, in what aides called an effort to end China’s access to “foundational technologies.” .

Where Digital Payments, Even for a 10-Cent Chai, Are Colossal in Scale India’s homegrown instant payment system has remade commerce and pulled millions into the formal economy. ........

The little QR code is ubiquitous across India’s vastness.

........ You find it pasted on a tree next to a roadside barber, propped on the pile of embroidery sold by female weavers, sticking out of a mound of freshly roasted peanuts on a snack cart. A beachside performer in Mumbai places it on his donations can before beginning his robot act; a Delhi beggar flashes it through your car’s window when you plead that you have no cash. ......... The codes connect hundreds of millions of people in an instant payment system that has revolutionized Indian commerce. Billions of mobile app transactions — a volume dwarfing anything in the West — course each month through a homegrown digital network that has made business easier and brought large numbers of Indians into the formal economy. ......... The government says about 99 percent of adults now have a biometric identification number, with more than 1.3 billion IDs issued in all. ........... services from hundreds of banks and dozens of mobile payment apps, with no transaction fees. ........ In January, about eight billion transactions worth nearly $200 billion were carried out on the U.P.I. ........ The value of instant digital transactions in India last year was far more than in the United States, Britain, Germany and France. ........... now used by close to 300 million individuals and 50 million merchants ......... nearly 50 percent classified as small or micro payments: 10 cents for a cup of milk chai or $2 for a bag of fresh vegetables. .......... A Siri-like voice declares how much money was instantly received with each payment by QR code.

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

History Of The Caste System

Googling up "history of the caste system" is one phrase that is a hopeless flop. It does not work. There is an inhrent bias of the Internet. The SEO clever articles are going to show up on the first page of results. That firt page might be an echo chamber of articles that are all subservient to the western bias that tries to prove that what we know as Hinduism today is at most 2500 years old, and even so was imported from somewhere in the Caucasian mountains. That "theory" is in complete contravention to the two most famous Hindu scriptures, namely the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.

This is like, if you do not think of Christ's resurrection as an actual event, not only are you not a Christian, you are in no position to hold a respectful dialogue with those who are.

There are Chinese who like to claim, yes, the Mahabharata war happened, but it happened maybe 1400 years ago, because a Chinese traveler who was passing through at the time saw bones, leftovers from the war. That thinking is designed to suggest the Chinese as a people are 5,000 years old, but the Indians are much younger.

But nobody beats the Caucasians and the Hindus quite like the Hindus themselves who say the war described in the Ramayana happened a few hundred thousand years ago. One Hindu scholar, well respected in Kathmandu, even told me on the phone only a few weeks ago that that war did not even take place on earth, but in another world! I was left scratching my head. My hometown is Janakpurdham, which is an actual town on earth in the southeast of Nepal. That town plays a large role in the Ramayana story. It is not in another world.

The Bible is not scripture because it is a long book. War And Peace by Leo Tolstoy is equally long. But neither Tolstoy nor anybody else has ever suggested that novel is scripture. A scripture has qualities. The Bible has them. The Ramayana and the Mahabharata also have them. One quality is statements of prophecy. God, in whom all time past, present and future is contained, of course sees every future event already, and passes some of that information through the scriptures. We call them prophecies. God in every scripture is described as someone who is omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, the True God is.

Columbus did not discover America. There were human beings living on the continent for thousands of years before Columbus ever showed up. But if you think Columbus discovered America, that is a very peculiar Eurocentric view going back less than 600 years. Columbus did discover America, if you are European, he sure did, for Europeans of his time he did. But that was not like Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. So far there is no evidence there were people on the moon before that.

You could observe the caste system as it exists today, and it is inescapable. The caste system is like the social operating system on the Indian subcontinent. It is in a degenerate form and ties up any possibility of progress. In its current form it is only a few thousand years old.

First you have to get the dates right. There are precise astronomical observations in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, so precise they can be of use to modern astronomers. You can decipher the dates in the two scriptures (the Ramayana and the Mahabharata) from those observations. The Ramayana talks about events from about 7,000 years ago. The Mahabharata talks about events from about 5,000 years ago. That is modern astronomy, and completely discredits the Caucasian theory and the Chinese theory too.

You have to get the dates right. And you have to get the concept of the four yugas, or the ages. The ages, by the way, are also mentioned in the Bible. There is talk of "this age" many places in the Bible. As in, this among several ages. There is talk of "the end of this age." As in, the end of this age, and the beginning of a new one.

I am least interested in the history of the caste system. I am completely interested in the idea of reorganizing it. I would like to see two billion Brahmins on earth all over the world.

Not one character in either the Ramayana or the Mahabharata has been called a Hindu. There is only talk of dharma, which is not religion. Dharma means right conduct. It is about right and wrong. There is talk of eternal religion, or Sanatana Dharma. If God has no beginning and no end, how can humanity's relationship with that God be tied to this or that geography, or this or that span of time? The God of many universes surely is not the God of this or that country on earth.

The current age, or the Kali Yuga, the age when much sin happens, the worst of the four ages, has gone on for more than 5,000 years now. When the events of the current age were described to some of the leading characters in the previous age, they were in disbelief. Is that even possible? Could people treat each other so badly?

It is like there is a creature that is alive for just 10 days in summer. Try describing winter to that creature. It might not understand the concept of snow. Events in the Mahabharata are from the previous age, events in the Ramayana are from the age before that. It is hard for people alive today to wrap their heads around those events.

8b. The Caste System
4. Attitudes about caste
History of India's Caste System
A look at how and when India’s caste system emerged
Evolution of the Caste System in India
Origin of Caste System in India
The Indian Caste System: Origins and History
What is India's caste system?
Caste System in Ancient India
The Caste System
A Brief History Of The Caste System And Untouchability In India
History of India’s Caste System
The Caste System of India

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Sunday, February 19, 2023


अध्याय १ - इतिहास र मिथकबीच रहेको मिथिला राज्यको खोजी
अध्याय २ - सिमरौनगढको भुलभुलैया दरबार
अध्याय ३ - मैले देखेको सिमरौनगढ
अध्याय ४ - मिथिलासँग जोडिएको नेवार सभ्यता
अध्याय ५ - सिमरौनगढको राजघरानासँगै काठमाडौं आएका वैद्य परिवारको कथा
अध्याय ६ - तीन सय वर्षअघि साधुहरूले पत्ता लगाएका थिए जनकपुर
अध्याय ७ - दुइटा मन्दिरको जगमा बसेको सहर
अध्याय ८ - जनकपुरका ५२ कुटी र ७२ कुण्ड
अध्याय ९ - 'जुन खानेकुरा स्वर्गमा पनि पाइन्न, त्यो मिथिलामा पाइन्छ'
अध्याय १० - भाषाको हेराफेरी!
अध्याय ११ - मन नपरे बेहुला छाड्न सक्ने मिथिलाको परम्परा
अध्याय १२ - सीताप्रसाद र सुरदासले सुरू गरेको मिथिला परिक्रमा

कांग्रेसको प्रस्तावमा प्रधानमन्त्रीको जवाफ– सत्तागठबन्धन र पार्टीमा छलफल गर्छु प्रधानमन्त्रीसँगको भेटमा सभापति देउवा, उपभासपति खड्का, वरिष्ठ नेता रामचन्द्र पौडेल, पूर्वमहामन्त्री कृष्ण सिटौला र महामन्त्री गगनकुमार थापा सहभागी थिए । .

नागा बाबाहरू पशुपति प्रवेश [फोटोफिचर]

Saturday, February 11, 2023

A Social Transformation Formula Without Parallel In Human History

महन्थ ठाकुरलाई संसदबाट ओलीको लिफ्ट, राष्ट्रपतिको चुनाव लागेको हो ? ठाकुरलाई राष्ट्रपतिमा अघि सारे सबै दलले स्वीकार गर्ने स्थितीको सम्भावना देखेर ओलीले ठाकुर संग छलफल गर्न लागेको हुन सक्ने बताइएको छ ।

ति अबोध दिदी, जस्ले भुकम्पको भग्नावशेषमा ३६ घण्टा सम्म भाइको रक्षा गरिन
नागरिक उन्मुक्ती चट्टानी अडानबाट टसमस नहुँदा ढल्यो सुदुर पश्चिम सरकार
रास्वपा बिबादमा फँस्दा विवेकशील साझाका नेताहरु एक हुदै
ओली, प्रचण्ड, उपेन्द्र र राउतले फोन गरेर फलानोलाई मन्त्री बनाउ भन्छ, म के गर्नु ? : मुख्यमन्त्री

प्रचण्ड फकाउन देउवाको ‘दूत’ बने गगन राष्ट्रपतिको निर्वाचनपछि गठबन्धन भत्किनेमा कांग्रेस आशावादी ........ कांग्रेस स्रोतका अनुसार सत्ता गठबन्धनको विकल्प खोज्दा आगामी पाँच वर्ष सरकारको नेतृत्व आफैले गर्न पाउनुपर्ने, त्यसमा कांग्रेसले लिखित सहमति नै गर्नुपर्ने र यसमा कांग्रेसको सिंगो पंक्तिको साथ हुनुपर्ने प्रचण्डको अपेक्षा थियो । त्यसमा पनि कांग्रेसको संस्थापन इतर पक्षको मनोविज्ञान बुझ्न प्रधानमन्त्री प्रचण्डले आफै उनीहरूसँग संवाद गर्न चाहेका थिए । ........ ‘राष्ट्रपतिको निर्वाचनबाट राष्ट्रपति मात्र प्राप्त हुन्थ्यो र अरू केही प्राप्त हुने अवस्था थिएन भने कांग्रेसले यत्रो धेरै ‘पापड’ पेल्दैनथ्यो,’ कांग्रेस स्रोत भन्छ । राष्ट्रपतिको निर्वाचनपछि गठबन्धन भत्किन्छ भन्नेमा कांग्रेसका अधिकांश नेता आशावादी छन् । ....... शुक्रबार (आज) बसेको सत्ता गठबन्धनको उच्चस्तरीय संयन्त्रको बैठक हार्दिकता पूर्ण हुन नसकेको सङ्केत देखिएको छ । एमालेका अध्यक्ष केपी ओलीले आज संसद् भवनबाट बाहिरिँदा गठबन्धनको भविष्यबारे प्रस्ट जवाफ दिएनन् । सञ्चारकर्मीले ‘सुदूरपश्चिम सरकार जोगाउन सक्नुभएन, काठमाडौँको सरकार के होला अध्यक्षज्यू’ भनेर प्रश्न गर्दा ‘हेर्दै जाऔँ’ भन्ने ओलीको टिप्पणी थियो ।

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सिके राउतले आफ्नै दाइलाई बनाए योजना आयोगकाे सदस्य चुनावमा पराजित आफ्नै दाइलाई योजना आयोगमा सिफारिस गरेपछि पार्टीभित्र र बाहिर आलोचना सुरु भएको छ । यसअघि पनि अध्यक्ष सिके राउतले आफन्त बबिता राउतलाई समानुपातिक प्रणालीबाट मधेस प्रदेश सभामा ल्याएका थिए । उनी अहिले उपसभामुख छिन् । अध्यक्ष राउतको यो कदमको पनि चर्को आलोचना भएको थियो । ........ उनले भाइलाई संसदीय राजनीति गर्न सुझाव दिँदै आएका थिए । सिके राउत जेल पर्दा जयकान्तले नै कानुनी तथा प्रशासनिक कामहरू गरेर निकाल्न पहल गर्थे । स्वतन्त्र गठबन्धन छाडेर सिके राउत मूलधारमा आउनुमा जयकान्तको हात रहेको छ । जयकान्तले पछिल्लो समय सिके राउत थुनामा रहेका बेला उनलाई रिहा गर्न र ११ बुँदे सम्झौता गराउन तत्कालीन प्रधानमन्त्री केपी शर्मा ओलीसँग कुरा गरेर वातावरण निर्माण गर्न सफल भएका थिए ।

राष्ट्रपतिको चुनावपछि जनमतलाई थप एक मन्त्रालय ! ‘हामीले उद्योग मन्त्रालयमा अझै दाबी छाडेका छैनौँ र प्रधानमन्त्री प्रचण्डले पनि दिने आश्वासन दिनुभएको छ ।’
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राष्ट्रपतिमा माओवादीसँग कांग्रेस ढुक्क : पुरानो गठबन्धन ब्युँताउन प्रचण्डका तीन सर्त कांग्रेस स्रोतका अनुसार सत्ता गठबन्धनको विकल्प खोज्दा आगामी पाँच वर्ष सरकारको नेतृत्व आफैले गर्न पाउनुपर्ने र त्यसमा कांग्रेसले लिखित सहमति नै गर्नुपर्ने प्रचण्डको अपेक्षा छ । ....... त्यसमा सिंगो कांग्रेस आफुलाई प्रधानमन्त्री मानेर जान तयार छ छैन भन्नेमा समेत प्रचण्डले कांग्रेस नेताहरुसँग जिज्ञासा राखेका छन् । ...... कांग्रेस स्रोतका अनुसार अबको ३/४ दिनमै एमाले अध्यक्ष केपी शर्मा ओलीलाई प्रचण्डले राष्ट्रपतिमा ‘तपाईको उम्मेदवारलाई सहयोग गर्न सक्दिनँ’ भनेर कित्ता क्लियर गर्ने तयारी गरेका छन् । त्यो अवस्थामा एमाले सरकारबाट बाहिरिन सक्नेपनि कतिपयको आँकलन छ । सोही अनुसार कांग्रेसले अहिले राष्ट्रपतिको निर्वाचनलाई प्रचण्ड नेतृत्वको सरकारमा पुग्ने भ-याङ बनाउन चाहेको छ । ........ राष्ट्रपति निर्वाचनपछि पुनः सत्तामा फर्किने प्रधानमन्त्री प्रचण्डसँगको सहमितिपछि रास्वपा आइतबार सरकारबाट बाहिरिसकेको छ । ....... रास्वपा सभापति रवि लामिछानेले आइतबारको पत्रकार सम्मेलनमा कुनै पनि बेला सरकारमा जान सकिने बताएका थिए । ....... ओलीले संसद विघटनको प्रसंग आनवश्यक रुपमा झिके । यसले प्रचण्डलाई अप्ठ्यारो पारेको कांग्रेस नेताहरुको तर्क छ । महामन्त्री थापासँगको भेटमा पनि प्रचण्डले ओलीको सम्बोधनको प्रसंग निकालेका थिए । ....... ओलीले गरेको संसद विघटनको बचाउले सत्ता गठबन्धनमा विवादको विजारोपण गरेको हुन्छ भनेर थापाले दिएको अभिव्यक्ति आफूले नोटिस गरेको प्रचण्डको भनाइ थियो । कांग्रेसले दिएको विश्वासको मतलाई स्वभाविक रुपमा लिएर सभामुखमा देवराज घिमिरेको ठाउँमा पृथ्वीसुब्बा गुरुङलाई अगाडि सारेको भए प्रचण्ड नझस्किने कतिपयको बुझाइ छ । ......... राष्ट्रपतिमा सुवास नेम्वाङको विकल्पमा विष्णु रिमाल र गुरु बरालको नाम अगाडि नसारेपछि प्रचण्ड थप झस्किएकोे कांग्रेस नेताहरुको विश्लेषण छ । ओलीले उच्चस्तरीय राजनीतिक संयन्त्रको संयोजक बनेर आफूमाथि दबाब बढाएको प्रचण्डको बुझाइ छ ।

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के हो नमशैतान अभियान?

नमशैतान अभियान: Reorganizing The Caste System

नमशैतान अभियान

सनातनी आत्मा हरु। तपाईं हरु सबैलाई नमन। भारतवर्ष मा प्रत्येक ठाउँ मा धर्म को क्षय हुँदै आएको छ। सारा नेपाल मा मात्र जनकपुरधाम एक ठाउँ हो जहाँ अरु ठाउँ मा भन्दा अलि कम भएको छ। समस्त भारत मा ९०% ब्राह्मण ले मासु खान्छन र रक्सी खान्छन। पुजारी र पंडित परिवार हरु मा पनि त्यही हाल छ। यो स्वीकार्य छैन। सम्पुर्ण जातीय व्यवस्था को क्षय भएको छ। त्यो जातीय व्यवस्था एक तर्फ मात्र खुल्ने ढोका जस्तो छ। जो मानिस हरु हिन्दु धर्म लाई छोड़ेर बाहिर जान चाहन्छन तिनका लागि द्वार खुला छ। तर कोही भित्र आउन चाहे तिनका लागि ढोका बन्द छ। कोही मुसलमान यदि हिन्दु बन्न चाहेको खण्डमा कसैलाई थाहा नै छैन त्यो कुन जातको मानिस हुन्छ भनेर। कुनै राजदरबार यदि ३,००० साल पुरानो छ भने त्यस भित्र कोही बस्न चाहंदैन र त्यो एउटा खण्डहर बन्न पुग्छ। त्यहाँ भित्र रहेका हरु आपस मा लड़ाई झगड़ा गर्छन। तिम्रो भन्दा मेरो कोठा राम्रो भन्दै तु तु मैं मैं गर्छन। तर कसैलाई यो थाहा भइरहेको हुँदैन कि अरु को कोठा कस्तो छ। सबैले मात्र यो भनिरहेका हुन्छन् कि मेरो कोठा राम्रो छ। जातीय व्यवस्था एउटा खण्डहर बन्न पुगेको छ। यसको पुनर्निर्माण गर्नु अपरिहार्य भएको छ। यो पुरा का पुरा दलेर नगइजाओस त्योभन्दा अगाडि नै। अब यसलाई यस्तो निर्माण गर्नुपर्छ कि बाहिर बाट भित्र आउने कुनै पनि नया मान्छे लाई यो भ्रम नै नपरोस कि उ आखिर कुन जात को हो।

९०% ब्राम्हण ले मासु खान्छन। ती नाम मात्र का ब्राम्हण हुन।
९०% क्षत्रिय ले लड़ाकु काम नगरी अरु नै कुनै काम गरेर बसेका छन। ती नाम मात्र का क्षत्रीय हुन।
५०% वैश्य कृषि वा अन्य कुनै काम गर्छन, इच्छा लागे जति सेना मा पनि भर्ती भइदिन्छन। ती नाम मात्र का वैश्य हुन।
६०% भन्दा बढ़ी संख्या मा क्षुद्र/दलित मध्यम वर्गीय जीवन व्यतीत गरिरहेका छन। तै पनि तिनी माथि क्षुद्र/दलित को लेबल लगाइदिने गरिन्छ। त्यसले सामाजिक नैराश्य फैलाउँछ।

हिन्दु समाज को नया वर्ण व्यवस्था यस प्रकार को हुनेछ।
(१) ब्राम्हण: जो मासु, रक्सी र धुम्रपान बाट टाढा रहोस।
(२) दलित: जो सुँगुर, गाई बाहेक को मासु मात्र खाने गरेको होस।
(२ क) जसले मासु त खाएको होस तर रक्सी र धुम्रपान बाट टाढा बसोस।
(२ ख) जसले रक्सी खाने धुम्रपान गर्ने गरेको त होस तर जसले मासु नखाओस।
(३) महादलित: जसले सुँगुर को मासु खाओस।
(४) शूद्र: गाई को मासु खाने हरु।

ताकि कसैले आफ्नो जातीय पहिचान बारे गलत क्लेम नगरोस त्यसका लागि परिचय पत्र र ट्रैकिंग सिस्टम को व्यवस्था गरिनेछ।

कसै माथि कुनै किसिम को दबाब रहने छैन कि उसले आफ्नो जीवन शैली बदल्नै पर्ने। तर कुनै पनि गाई को मासु खाने अथवा सुँगुर को मासु खाने अथवा मासु खाने अथवा रक्सी खाने अथवा धुम्रपान गर्ने व्यक्ति ले आफ्नो बारे गलत क्लेम गर्न पाउने छैन। कुनै पनि चेली को विवाह उनको इच्छा विपरीत झुक्किएर कुनै रक्सी खाने मानिस सँग हुन पुग्ने अवस्था रहने छैन।

जातपात व्यवस्था बदल्ने काम सरकारी पहलकदमी द्वारा गरिनेछ। व्यापक जनजागरण अभियान चलाउनु पर्नेछ। भारत निकै ठुलो देश हो। भारतवर्ष बृहत छ। त्यसैले हामीले यो अभियान नेपाल बाट शुरू गर्नुपर्नेछ। त्यसैले हामी नेपाल मा एउटा सत्य युग समाज पार्टी को निर्माण गर्न लागेका छौं। तर त्यो कदम चाल्नु अगाडि हामी एउटा सानो प्रयोग गर्न चाहन्छौं। ताकि हामी हेर्न सकौं आम मानिस को स्तर मा यस अभियान प्रति कस्तो प्रतिक्रिया आउँछ। ३,००० साल देखि चल्दै आएको जातीय व्यवस्था बारे आम मानिस ले के सोच्छन। हामीले जनकपुरधाम नै किन भनेको? किनभने सारा नेपाल मा जनकपुरधाम नै त्यो एउटा ठाउँ हो जहाँ धेरै मानिस ले रक्सी खाँदैनन र मासु खाँदैनन। यदि जनकपुरधाम का मानिस ले यस अभियान प्रति राम्रो प्रतिक्रिया दिएको खण्डमा यो कुरा सारा नेपाल मा फैलिन सक्छ। हामीले जनकपुर नै किन चुनेको? यो मिथिला को राजधानी हो। मेरो दोस्रो गृहनगरी हो।

हामीलाई कस्तो अभियान चाहिएको?

यस अभियान को नाम रहनेछ नमशैतान अभियान। नमशैतान अभियान: हिन्दु जन हरु भित्र सुतेको अवस्था मा रहेको दैविक आत्मा हरु लाई जगाउने अभियान। हिन्दु हरु लाई यस अभियान का मार्फ़त यो पहिचान गर्नुपर्नेछ कि आखिर धर्म यसरी क्षय भएर गएको कारण के रहेछ त। जुन मानिस हरुले धर्म को क्षय को पहिचान को असली कारण बुझ्ने छन ती कल्कि सेना कहलाउने छन। र जो मानिस हरुले त्यस सत्य लाई स्वीकार गर्न नकारने छन ती म्लेच्छ कहलिने छन। अर्थात कलि युग का राक्षस। कल्कि सेना का सदस्य हरु ले एक अर्का लाई नमस्ते भनेर अभिवादन गर्नेछन। जो कल्कि सेना का सदस्य हुने छैनन तिनलाई नमशैतान भनेर अभिवादन गरिनेछ।

एउटा मिति किटान गरिनेछ। त्यस मिति बाट त्यो अभिवादन लागु भएको घोषणा गरिनेछ। जबसम्म जनजागरण अभियान पुरा हुँदैन तबसम्म त्यति बेला सम्म कसैले पनि त्यो अभिवादन को प्रयोग गर्ने छैन।

म्लेच्छ को?

(१) ती मानिस हरु जसले मासु खाने ब्राह्मण लाई पनि ब्राम्हण मान्दछन र जसले कास्ट सिस्टम को पुनः इंजीनियरिंग गर्ने कुरा को विरोध गर्छन।
(२) जसले पुँजीवाद को समर्थन गर्छन र कल्किइज्म को विरोध गर्छन, पैसारहित समाज को विरोध गर्छन।
(३) जसले पत्थर मा शैतान देखन सक्छन तर भगवान देखन सक्दैनन।

अभियान को प्रक्रिया। जनकपुरधाम मा एक जना झण्डा बेच्ने कल्कि सेना को सदस्य ले आफ्नो घर माथि झुन्ड्याउने झण्डा बेचने छन। त्यो झण्डा तिनले मुफ्त मा पाउने छन र साथै एउटा रिस्ट बैंड पनि। म झंडा को वितरक लाई एउटा झंडा को ५० रुपया दिनेछु। सड़क टीम ले त्यो झंडा एक परिवार लाई ५०० मा बेच्नेछन। मुनाफा कल्कि सेना को।

कल्किइज्म के हो? एउटा पैसारहित समाज जहाँ प्रत्येक सामान को मुल्य घंटा, मिनट र सेकंड मा तय हुन्छ।

Wednesday, December 07, 2022

7: India

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How British colonialism killed 100 million Indians in 40 years Between 1880 to 1920, British colonial policies in India claimed more lives than all famines in the Soviet Union, Maoist China and North Korea combined. ......... Two years ago, a YouGov poll found that 32 percent of people in Britain are actively proud of the nation’s colonial history......... extreme poverty in India increased under British rule, from 23 percent in 1810 to more than 50 percent in the mid-20th century. Real wages declined during the British colonial period, reaching a nadir in the 19th century, while famines became more frequent and more deadly.

Far from benefitting the Indian people, colonialism was a human tragedy with few parallels in recorded history.

............. the period from 1880 to 1920 – the height of Britain’s imperial power – was particularly devastating for India ........ the death rate increased considerably during this period, from 37.2 deaths per 1,000 people in the 1880s to 44.2 in the 1910s. Life expectancy declined from 26.7 years to 21.9 years.......... Robust data on mortality rates in India only exists from the 1880s. If we use this as the baseline for “normal” mortality, we find that some 50 million excess deaths occurred under the aegis of British colonialism during the period from 1891 to 1920. .......... Fifty million deaths is a staggering figure, and yet this is a conservative estimate. Data on real wages indicates that by 1880, living standards in colonial India had already declined dramatically from their previous levels. ............ prior to colonialism, Indian living standards may have been “on a par with the developing parts of Western Europe.” We do not know for sure what India’s pre-colonial mortality rate was, but if we assume it was similar to that of England in the 16th and 17th centuries (27.18 deaths per 1,000 people), we find that 165 million excess deaths occurred in India during the period from 1881 to 1920. ........... somewhere in the vicinity of 100 million people died prematurely at the height of British colonialism. This is among the largest policy-induced mortality crises in human history .......... larger than the combined number of deaths that occurred during all famines in the Soviet Union, Maoist China, North Korea, Pol Pot’s Cambodia, and Mengistu’s Ethiopia. ......... Britain effectively destroyed India’s manufacturing sector. Prior to colonisation, India was one of the largest industrial producers in the world, exporting high-quality textiles to all corners of the globe. The tawdry cloth produced in England simply could not compete. This began to change, however, when the British East India Company assumed control of Bengal in 1757. ........... the colonial regime practically eliminated Indian tariffs, allowing British goods to flood the domestic market, but created a system of exorbitant taxes and internal duties that prevented Indians from selling cloth within their own country, let alone exporting it. ........... This unequal trade regime crushed Indian manufacturers and effectively de-industrialised the country. As the chairman of East India and China Association boasted to the English parliament in 1840: “This company has succeeded in converting India from a manufacturing country into a country exporting raw produce.” English manufacturers gained a tremendous advantage, while India was reduced to poverty and its people were made vulnerable to hunger and disease. .......... British colonisers established a system of legal plunder, known to contemporaries as the “drain of wealth.” Britain taxed the Indian population and then used the revenues to buy Indian products – indigo, grain, cotton, and opium – thus obtaining these goods for free. These goods were then either consumed within Britain or re-exported abroad, with the revenues pocketed by the British state and used to finance the industrial development of Britain and its settler colonies – the United States, Canada and Australia.............. This system drained India of goods worth trillions of dollars in today’s money. The British were merciless in imposing the drain, forcing India to export food even when drought or floods threatened local food security. Historians have established that tens of millions of Indians died of starvation during several considerable policy-induced famines in the late 19th century, as their resources were syphoned off to Britain and its settler colonies. ........... Colonial administrators were fully aware of the consequences of their policies. They watched as millions starved and yet they did not change course. ..........

Britain’s imperial policies “were often the exact moral equivalents of bombs dropped from 18,000 feet.”

........... Britain’s exploitative policies were associated with approximately 100 million excess deaths during the 1881-1920 period. This is a straightforward case for reparations, with strong precedent in international law. Following World War II, Germany signed reparations agreements to compensate the victims of the Holocaust and more recently agreed to pay reparations to Namibia for colonial crimes perpetrated there in the early 1900s. In the wake of apartheid, South Africa paid reparations to people who had been terrorised by the white-minority government. .......... reparations can help address the legacy of deprivation and inequity that colonialism produced. It is a critical step towards justice and healing.

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India’s economic growth on track. Here’s how it’s set to shape up The country is projected to become the world’s third-largest economy, outpacing Japan and Germany, by 2027.......... Global offshoring, digitalisation, investment in manufacturing and energy transition are revving up India’s economic growth. The country is set to become the world’s third-largest economy, outpacing Japan and Germany, by 2027, and will have the third-largest stock market by 2030, according to S&P Global and Morgan Stanley......... India is projected to be one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world. Morgan Stanley has said that India’s GDP is likely to more than double by 2031 -- from the current $3.5 trillion to $7.5 trillion. .......... The economic boom will usher in sweeping changes. India is expected to become a manufacturing powerhouse and hub. The Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLIS) to boost manufacturing and exports is already in place. PLIS gives incentives to investors – both domestic and foreign – by way of tax concessions and quick licence clearances. ........ The power and willingness of consumers to spend on goods will see a spike as disposable incomes increase. This will not just enhance the standard of living but also give a boost to the quality of life of people. ........ overall consumption in the country could more than double from $2 trillion in 2022 to $4.9 trillion by 2030. The greatest gains will go to non-grocery retail, including apparel and accessories, leisure and recreation, and household goods and services. ......... the number of people employed in India for jobs outside the country is likely to at least double, reaching more than 11 million, as global spending on outsourcing swells from $180 billion per year to around $500 billion by 2030. ........ Manufacturing’s share of GDP in India could increase from 15.6% currently to 21% by 2031—and, in the process, double India’s export market share......... the slowdown in emerging economies could also position India as an attractive alternative investment destination. ........... Energy transition will also play a huge role in India’s growth saga. As energy needs mount, India will meet the consumption demand by tapping renewables, including solar, biogas, hydrogen, ethanol, wind, and hydroelectric power. Using non-conventional energy sources will go a long way in ensuring that India’s reliance on imported energy is slashed by half. The growth in energy demand and energy transition (from fossil fuels) will throw up new investment opportunities. ......... The GDP growth for the July-September quarter plummeted to 6.3% from 8.4% in 2021, and 13.5% in the previous quarter. This was because the manufacturing and mining sectors reportedly didn’t grow as much as they were supposed to.......... must keep tapping its huge talent pool, and harnessing its 'ease of doing business' policies to inch towards becoming the world’s biggest economy in the next 15 years. .
‘मधेश प्रदेशमा जनमतको नेतृत्वमा सरकार बनाउने मतादेश छ’ जनताले हामीलाई दिएको समर्थन समानुपातिक मतमा देखिन्छ । त्यो आधारमा हेर्ने हो भने जनताले जनमत पार्टीलाई बहुत राम्रो तरिकाले समर्थन गरेको हो । ........ मधेश प्रदेशको सवालमा अहिले हामी हाम्रै नेतृत्वमा सरकार बनाऔं भनेर पहल थालेका छौं । मधेश प्रदेशका जनताले सबभन्दा ठूलो पार्टी जनमत पार्टीलाई बनाएको हो । किनभने अरु पार्टीहरु गठबन्धन बनाएर प्राविधिकरुपमा हामीभन्दा बढी सिट ल्याएका छन् । तर हाम्रो पार्टी कोही कसैसँग कुनै किसिमको गठबन्धन नगरी एक्लै चुनाव लडेर त्यत्रो धेरै सिट ल्याएपछि जनताले हामीलाई अनुमोदन गारेको देखिन्छ । त्यस आधारमा हामी सबभन्दा ठूलो पार्टी हौं । त्यसको आधारमा हामीले सरकारको नेतृत्व गर्ने र सरकार निर्माणका लागि पहल गर्ने कुरा गरिरहेका छौं । ....... सरकारमा जानैपर्ने हाम्रो बाध्यता छैन । अर्को कुरा हामी आन्दोलनकारी शक्ति हौं । जनताका समस्यासँग जोडिएको जनमत पार्टी हो । जनताको जनजीविकालाई पहिलो प्राथमिकतामा राखेर उदय भएको पार्टी हो । सडक र सदनमा भएर पनि जनताको पक्षमा हामी काम गराउन सक्छौं । ........ अहिले हाम्रो पहिलो प्राथमिकता हाम्रै नेतृत्वमा सरकारमा निर्माण गर्न पहल गर्ने हो । ....... मधेश प्रदेशमा हेर्ने हो भने झण्डै १८–१९ प्रतिशत मत जनताले दिएको छ । यो आधारमा हेर्ने हो भने जनमत पार्टी सबभन्दा ठूलो पार्टी हो । त्यसकारण जनताले मधेश प्रदेशमा जनमत पार्टीले सरकार बनाउनुपर्छ भनेर मतादेश दिएको हो नि । हामीले सडकबाट जुन सवालहरु उठायौं, त्यो कार्यान्वयन गर्ने निकाय त सरकार नै हो । हामीले किसान आन्दोलन ग¥यौं, भ्रष्टाचार विरोधी आन्दोलन ग¥यौं, रोजगारी सिर्जना गर्ने भनेका छौं । ती सवालहरु कार्यान्वयन गराउन हामीलाई मतादेश आएको छ । ......... अहिले हामी सय वर्षको रोडम्याप लिएर अगाडि बढिरहेका छौं । हामीले चरणबद्ध रुपमा आफ्ना योजनाहरु बनाएका छौं । विगतका सरकार वा पार्टीले जसरी भ्रष्टाचार गरे, त्यस्तो हाम्रो पार्टीका कुनै सांसद वा मन्त्रीले गरे भने त्यस्तालाई तत्कालै हामीले फिर्ता बोलाउने प्रावधान हाम्रो पार्टीमा छ । ......को संसदीय दलको नेता, सचेतक, प्रमुख सचेतक लगायतका विषयमा संसदीय दलको बैठकले टुंगो लगाउने हो । जो संसदीय दलको नेता हुन्छन् उहाँ नै मुख्यमन्त्रीको दाबेदार हुनुहुन्छ । यस विषयमा अहिले हामी टुंगो लगाइसकेका छैनौं । चुनावको अन्तिम नतिजा आइसकेपछि त्यसपछि टुंगो लाग्छ ।

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

16: G20

Thursday, October 13, 2022

13: UPI

युट्युबर गाउँ, जहाँका अधिकांस मानिसको युट्युब च्यानल छ भारतको छत्तिसगढमा त्यो युट्युबर गाउँ छ । रायपुर जिल्लामा पर्ने उक्त गाउँको नाम तुलसी गाउँ हो । यो गाउँ आफ्नो विशेषताका कारण सोसल मिडियामा छाएको छ । यो गाउँलाई युट्युब भिलेज तथा युट्युब हबको नामले पनि चिनिन्छ । ...... गाउँमा १५ वर्षदेखि ८५ वर्षसम्मका मानिसहरुले युट्युब भिडियो बनाइरहेका हुन्छन् । ..... गाउँका पहिलो युट्युबर जय बर्माका अनुसार पहिले शिक्षकको जागिर खाँदा उनले महिनामा १२ हजार भारुसम्म कमाउन गर्दथे भने अहिले ३५ हजार भारु सम्म आम्दानी गर्ने गरेका छन् ।

जुली महतो र अनिल झा : धनुषा ३ मा कसको पल्ला भारी ? फेरि पराजित हुने डरले निधि समानुपातिकमा गए भने महतोले पनि विगतमा जस्तो मतदाताको विश्वास नदेखेर हुनसक्छ गृह जिल्ला सर्लाही २ मा उम्मेदवारी दिएका छन् । विगतको चुनावमा एमालेले आन्तरिक रुपमा राजेन्द्रलाई सहयोग गरेको थियो । जसमा एमाले नेता रघुवीर महासेठ र जुलीको भूमिका थियो । अहिले जुली यो क्षेत्रमा एमालेबाट उम्मेदवार भएपछि उनको गुन तिर्न महतो बाहिरिएको पनि कतिपयको बुझाइ छ । ...... धनुषा क्षेत्र नं. ३ मा जनकपुरधाम उपमहानगरपालिकाका १७ सहित जम्मा ३८ वटा वडा पर्छन् । जनकपुरधाम बाहेक नगराइन नगरपालिकाको सबै ९ वटा वडा, मुखियापट्टी मुसहरनिया गाउँपालिकाको सबै ६ वटा वडा, धनौजी गाउँपालिकाको सबै पाँचवटा वडा र विदेह नगरपालिकाको एउटा वडा यस क्षेत्रमा पर्छ । ........ गएको स्थानीय चुनावमा ३८ वटा वडाको वडाध्यक्ष पदमा पार्टीहरुले पाएको मत जोड्ने हो भने पहिलो स्थानमा कांग्रेस देखिन्छ । उसको २२ हजार ४२९ मत छ । दोस्रोमा एमालेको १६ हजार १६ मत छ । जसपाले ८ हजार २२४ र लोसपाले १ हजार १६३ मत प्राप्त गरेको छ ।

रविले किन रोजे चितवन २? पत्रकार शालिग्राम पुडासैनीको मृत्यु प्रकरणमा आत्महत्या दुरुत्साहनको मुद्दा खेपेका रवि केही समय चितवन प्रहरीको हिरासतमा थुनिएका थिए । रवि प्रहरी हिरासतमा रहँदा उनको समर्थनमा चितवनमा हरेक दिन जस्तो प्रदर्शन भएको थियो भने उनी धरौटीमा छुट्दा नारायणी नदी किनारमा केही हजार समर्थक भेला भएका थिए । ....... स्थानीय निर्वाचनमा यस क्षेत्रमा सत्ता गठबन्धनबाट वडाध्यक्षका उम्मेदवारहरुले ३५ हजार ३९४ मत ल्याएका थिए । एमालेका वडाध्यक्षका उम्मेदवारले ३५ हजार ५४३ मत ल्याएका थिए । जबकी ७ असारमा मात्र स्थापना भएको राष्ट्रिय स्वतन्त्र पार्टीले चितवनमा संगठन बनाइसकेको छैन ।