What is a Ponzi Scheme? Any fraudulent or scam investment operation in which the operator, an organization or an individual, pays returns to the investors not from the profit they make but from the new capital paid to the operator by some new investors is known as a Ponzi scheme. Generally, the operators lure investors …
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Modi’s decision of combining various industries will save India a huge cost. Reportedly, a single Cabinet Minister has a personal staff of 15, and a Minister of State has 13 staff members. In addition to the salary of the ministers, his/her staff costs an additional expense of 10 lakhs per month to the Indian government. The expenses of a minister do not end here as another 10 lakh is spend every month on his/her office, residence and luxuries. The Centre monthly spends approximately Rs. 20 lakhs excluding the minister’s salary on any minister. By Modi’s thoughtful decision of combining ministries, BJP-led government will be saving Rs. 2,50,00000 on an individual minister.
The state is going for elections this year end, so if BJP can be able to form a majority Govt., only then it has power and freedom to got permission from J&K assembly to get resolution passed to remove Article 370, but it still hard nut to crack not impossible.
In a layman’s term, the civil code is designed to cover the body of laws protecting and governing the right of the people in relation to property and otherwise, in personal affairs related to divorce, marriage, adoption, inheritance and maintenance.
One of the greatest strengths of the Modi Government is that it is united under a leader that has an emphatic popular mandate. Also, since it is a trimmed cabinet, the chances of policy paralysis will be reduced. It will also make the decision making process faster. Another strength is that they have opted for merit as the criteria for selection over dynasty and coalition compulsions. As a leader, Modi’s biggest strength is that he is an economic pragmatist. He has shown great record of getting things accomplished. His Gujarat model of development and Vibrant Gujarat are the examples of the same
Ram Setu (also called The Adam’s bridge) is the bridge that is believed to have been built by Lord Ram between India and Sri Lanka some million years ago. In the year 2001, when NASA first released the images of the bridge, it left people in awe that even after such a long time the bridge existed.
Article 370 challenges the secularism and sovereignty proposed by Indian Constitution. Though we say that we do not discriminate, the existence of Article 370 discriminates on the basis of community, section, etc.
It is not very surprising to say that India is among the world’s most corrupt countries, with over $1476 billion of black money stored in the Swiss banks around the world. The shocking news that the largest depositors of illegal foreign money in the Swiss bank are Indian surfaced in the year 2011.
To put in a single line, the RTE act is more of a collection of loopholes in regard to quality education and funding, teacher availability and skills and discrimination. And will this act help in achieving national educational mission? Definitely not, if the loopholes remain loopholes. There should be quality education on the government schools also
Section 66A of the IT Cyber Act prescribes punishments for sending offensive messages through any mode of communication etc. This section of the act, which when amended, received comments from lawyers and legal academicians as something unconstitutional, meaning that the act doesn’t support the rights that are included in our Indian Constitution. In simple words, the Section 66A of the IT cyber act, doesn’t support the Right to Speech which is included in our constitution.
The amount of money is directly transferred into the bank accounts of the specific beneficiaries. Many subsidies related to services and household items amounts, scholarship funds etc. will be directly transferred into the people’s bank accounts. This makes the entire process easy and simple.
All such political parties, including Congress, are trying to retain the rural areas by introducing such schemes. They are bent to introduce such pork-barrel schemes like direct cash transfer, in order to keep the poor to remain poor. Seeing all these facts, more weight can be put on the side that the direct cash transfer scheme is more of a political gimmick, which is played in order to ensure that the poor stay in their place, without developing at all. But can we completely rely on the present facts; or rather wait to see how this scheme is going to work out?
Demand for strong law against Rape: Youth on road of Parliament streets, fighting for revolution- in Pics
Youth of India fights for strong laws and quick action against Rape cases and rapists. Trying to awake sleepy govt. and lethargic constitution. This is the start of big revolution where youth is coming out on roads against social injustice and social evils such as rapes.. India against Rape – Chakreview.com
It is said that the American way of elections is one of the most open and democratic. In most countries, the election phase lasts only for a few weeks, but the American elections go on for months, that is, the presidential candidates have to run a marathon. The US presidential elections are also one of the simplest, as the candidates are directly voted by the people. The US election process spreads in four steps
The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant will be a feather in our country’s cap once it is in operation. The plant will be playing a great role in eliminating the power scarcity in most of the rural areas in our nation. But there have been continuous protests against the plant’s operation by the local people. There are a few reasons for this. Firstly, a Fukushima disaster was feared by thousands of locals in the area, hence the opposition. More than 1 million people live within the 30 km radius of the power plant. And in case of a nuclear disaster, it is absolutely impossible to evacuate those many people safely from the place. The protesters had even added the point that developed nations like Germany IS taking steps to shut down all of its 17 nuclear power plants, even though those 17 plants account to 23 percent of that nation’s energy.