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The earliest stage of uterine cancer is called carcinoma in situ (Cancer confined to its original site). If not detected and treated properly, cancer cells penetrate into deeper layers of the uterus, then spread to neighboring organs such as the vagina, bladder or rectum and eventually metastasize to other parts of the body.

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The uterus, or womb, is a small, pear-shaped organ located in the pelvis, consisting of the cervix, or neck of the uterus, and the corpus or main body of the uterus. The uterus is the organ in which the fertilized egg attaches itself and develops during pregnancy. The two common forms of uterine cancer are cervical (from the neck of the uterus) and endometrial (from the lining of the corpus or body of the uterus). The cells covering the cervix usually go through mild to severe changes called dysplasia before becoming cancer. Similarly tissue lining the corpus goes through mild to severe changes called hyperplasia before becoming cancer. These pre-cancerous conditions do not necessarily lead to cancer. It is important, however, that any woman with such a condition be treated and then examined by a physician at regular intervals. The earliest stage of uterine cancer is called carcinoma in situ (Cancer confined to its original site). If not detected and treated properly, cancer cells penetrate into deeper layers of the uterus, then spread to neighboring organs such as the vagina, bladder or rectum and eventually metastasize to other parts of the body. ALL RIGHTS

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At higher risk of cervical cancer are women who have unusual bleeding or vaginal discharge between periods, had frequent sex before age of 20 or sex with many partners, and women with poor genital hygiene. The highest incidence occurs in women aged 40-49. Most cases of endometrial cancer are diagnosed in women between the age of 50 and 64. It rarely occurs in women under 40. At higher risk are women who, during or after menopause, have unusual bleeding or discharge have estrogen therapy during or after menopause, had a late menopause (after 55); have diabetes, high blood pressure and an overweight problem.

Signs and Symptoms  The earliest warning signs of cervical cancer are irregular bleeding or vaginal discharge charge. Warning signs of endometrial cancer include bleeding between menstrual periods, excessive bleeding during periods, and bleeding after menopause. Any of these signs should be reported promptly to a physician.


health cases, childbearing function can be maintained . 2. Endometrial changes may be treated with the hormone, progesterone. Surgery Surgery is the treatment of choice when the cancer has not spread beyond its original site. The purpose is to remove all malignant tissue. The surgical procedure is hysterectomy- removal of the uterus.

Diagnosis   Cancer Of The Cervix The Pap test is highly accurate in detecting cervical cancer at an early stage. It can also show cell changes that could develop into cancer. The Pap test takes but a few minutes, is painless, and can be done in the physician's office. It is the examination under a microscope of cells normally shed from the body of the uterus and from the cervix, These cells collect in the vaginal fluid and can be collected, along with cells taken from the surface of the cervix, on a cotton swab or stick. If the cell samples reveal any abnormality, additional diagnostic techniques may include: 1. Colposcopy-the visual examination of the vagina and cervix with a magnifying instrument cathe colposcope to check tissue for abnormality. 2. Biopsy- the surgical removal, for microscopic examination, of a piece of tissue from a suspected area. This is the only way to positively determine if cancer cells are present. 3. Conization-a surgical procedure to remove a cone-shaped specimen of tissue from the cervical canal. This provides a larger tissue sample than is removed for a biopsy. Cancer of the Endometrium The Pap test is only about 40 percent effective in detecting endometrial cancer. More effective diagnostic techniques are: • Dilation and Curettage (D and C)- Removal of tissue samples from the body of the uterus, by a scraping technique while the patient is anesthetized. It is done in the hospital and the tissue samples can be studied microscopically for cell changes characteristic of cancer. • Aspriation Curettage-This provides samples of tissue from the walls of the body of the uterus, through suction with a small instrument inserted through the cervix. The procedure is painless and can be performed in a physician's office. The tissue samples are then studied under the microscope for abnormal cell changes.

Treatment   Uterine cancer is generally treated by surgery or radiation, or by a combination of the two. In the pre-cancerous stages: 1. Cervical changes may be treated by cryotherapy which is the destruction of tissue by extreme cold, or by electro coagulation, the destruction of tissue through intense heat delivered bycurrent-in some very early 19

Radiation Therapy The basic principle of radiation therapy is to bombard a cancer with rays which damage or destroy the cancer yet produce only minimum damage to surrounding normal tissues. Radiation can be used alone or in combination with surgery to help cure uterine cancer; to control tumor growth; or to alleviate pain. Following surgery, radiation therapy may be used to kill cancer cells that could not be removed by the operation. When radiation therapy is combined with surgery, it should not- always be assumed that the disease is necessarily any worse than it is for patients who have surgery alone. Each case of uterine cancer is different and requires individual treatment. Radiation may be beamed from an outside source such as the X-ray or cobalt machine; or it may be applied directly to the cancerous growth, through inserting in the uterus a capsule of radioactive material, such as radium. Fortunately most cancerous tissue of the uterus is more sensitive to radiation than is normal tissue. Skin reactions, nausea, vomiting, a feeling of tiredness can be side effects of radiation. Rest and good nutrition will help the body recover more quickly. Chemotherapy Drugs and hormones are used in treating some cases of advanced uterine cancer. Such treatment, termed chemotherapy, may be used either alone or in combination with surgery or radiation. These anti-cancer drugs produce more injury to cancer cells than to normal cells, but the physician maintains a delicate balance between dose and frequency by giving enough chemotherapy to kill cancer cells without destroying too many healthy ones. Chemotherapeutic drugs work in several different ways but they usually interfere with cell division and growth. Rapidly growing cells, both normal and cancer, are most vulnerable to chemotherapeutic drugs. Most chemotherapy is given in the doctor's office or the outpatient department of hospitals. For some patients, however; short periods of hospitalization may be necessary to monitor treatment. Certain common side effects may occur. They include nausea and vomiting: diarrhea, hair loss, anemia, reduced blood clotting ability, susceptibility to infections, and mouth sores. Individuals tolerate drugs differently and when treatment is stopped, side effects disappear; hair grows back, for example, · or anemia is corrected. Any unexpected side effect should be reported to the physician. n ¥æòÜ ÚUæ§ÅU÷â

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he long pending Tehri HEP case was again heard in Supreme Court by Justice H.L. Ghokhle and Justice Kurian Joseph bench. It must be remembered that on 29th July 2005, all the divergent tunnels were closed and tehri dam reservoir started filling to its capacity but till now rehabilitation had not been completed. Environmental conditions were not kept in mind while constructing the dam infraALL RIGHTS

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provision of civic amenities is also in bad conditions N.D. Juyal and Shekhar Singh challenged the Nainital High Court verdict dated 29th July 2005 which had allowed Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC) to close the tunnel to fill the reservoir. Battle is going on in the Supreme Court and it has proved that rehabilitation of this project has not yet been completed. So the order of 29th July 2005 High Court was proven wrong. Supreme Court looked in to the matter with deep concern and did not allow THDC


issue to fill the reservoir fully. Even state government did not give clearance to THDC to fill the reservoir. The new problem that has arose is the issue of 80 villages in the vicinity of Tehri dam which are now on the risk of subversion and landslides. Life of these villagers have become miserable and they deserve rehabilitation because their villages are not anymore in the condition to live. For them THDC and government has planned to come up with a new collateral policy. The tussle between the THDC and state government is going on because State Government wants to rehabilitate new oustees in Haridwar and Dehradun district. On the other hand THDC is putting pressure to rehabilitate around the reservoir itself. The petitioner, represented by Advocate Sanjay Parikh pleaded that there is no need of any collateral policy because these people are also affected due to the same Tehri dam so these oustees should get rehabilitation under the same policy as for the earlier ones. And they should be rehabilitated in Haridwar, Dehradun area with full civic amenities, land rights and cultivable land which were promised to the old oustees as their rights but were never fulfilled. Advocate Sanjay Parikh pleaded that this is our main focus and we’ve filed other issues like bridges, command area plan, catchment area treatment plan etc. that should be heard by the court. The point that this area is environmentally fragile also needs to be understood. This shall allow formulation of better rehabilitation policies for the people. Justice Ghokhle very humanely, said that our first motto is to give land to the people who were displaced. He further gave reference of the Supreme Court order dated 1 Sept 2003, “It is made clear that the condition of pari-passu implementation of conditions prior to the commissioning of the project shall be closely monitored under the existing mechanism set up by MoEF and the project authorities will ensure that prior to closing of diversion tunnels T1/T2 for impoundment of the reservoir, evac-

uation, resettlement and rehabilitation are completed in all respects.” Which was not done. In Narmada and other cases, dam got constructed but rehabilitation promises and schemes were never implemented. There were many cases regarding that in SC which puts burden on the court too apart from all the miseries that the people have to face at the cost of pseudo development of our country. Advocate Parikh said that question is not only below 830 mts (the height of the reservoir from the sea level) but also about villages around the reservoir which are sinking as they are also directly affected. Senior council Mr. Gonsalves supporte the arguments. Ms. Rachana Shrivastava, learned counsel appearing for the State of Uttarakhand submits that the State is of the view that the affected families should be rehabilitated downstream because the upper-region is fragile. According to the State Government the number of such families is 414. The State Government has identified the land in Khanpur area of District Haridwar and it is also proposing to find out appropriate 21

land in District Dehradun. Mr. Raval, learned senior counsel appearing for the Tehri Hydro Development Corporation on the other hand submits that rehabilitation should be upstream and not downstream. Ms. Shrivastava submits that a proposal has been submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Forest and it is awaiting clearance from them. Mr. H.P. Rawal also said that we should also be allowed to file our issues to Ministry of Environment and Forest Ministry otherwise the issue will not be dealt with effectively. The Supreme Court expects the Central Government to take a decision thereon as expeditiously as possible and if possible, report further development to this Court by the next date of hearing that is scheduled to be on 4th March, 2014. So tussle is going on and oustees are waiting for mere rehabilitation, at the very least. NO DAM SUPPORTERS ARE SAYING ANY THING ON THIS ISSUE AS THEY ARE BUSY LOBBYING FOR NEW DAMS PROJECTS. n

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An Introduction and prevention

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crime committed or facilitated via the Internet is a cybercrime. Cybercrime is any criminal activity by using computers and networks. It can range from fraud to unsolicited emails (spam). It can include the distant theft of government documents or corporate secrets records and many other important and private data through criminal trespass into remote systems around the world. Most cybercrimes cannot be placed into a single crime area it may be many areas. Cybercrime includes non-money offenses, such as creating viruses on other computers or posting confidential business information on the Internet and much more things which one we discuss one by one. First of all I am going to introduces you about fake sites this is most usable thing in cybercrime.

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ake as per name it is not a genuine websites it is used to confuse a user. Many fake sites take many forms, but all work on similar principles. Fake websites exist purely to enrich the scammers who run them. Along with the theft of your initial outlay (the money you pay for your order), many will also retain your credit card details for use in other fraudulent transactions elsewhere. As a result, being duped by a fake site could turn out to be a costly mistake. They’re designed to mimic an established retailer so that shoppers are convinced that there is nothing wrong. The other common factor is ALL RIGHTS

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that any bank offers, goods or services on offer will never be delivered, and even if something does turn up in the mail, it will be an inferior (and possibly even illegal) counterfeit. Fake websites are generally operated by organized gangs of criminals. The open nature of the Internet means that scammers anywhere can quickly create a site designed to trick shoppers. It is also believed that fake websites are sometimes us.

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s we know that in these days the whole world is interconnected via using internet or computer. Yet, for all its advantages, increased connectivity brings increased risk of theft, fraud, and abuse. so I am trying tell you some important point to avoid becoming a Victim of Cyber Crime? • if you are using internet then first of all you must secure your computer. If your computer does not have proper security controls, it is vulnerable to access by criminals, who may be able to steal information stored on it. Make sure your computer has the latest security updates installed. Check that your antivirus and antispyware software are running properly and are receiving automatic updates from the vendor. If you haven’t already done so, install and enable a firewall. • Always use strong passwords. Cyber criminal programmers have developed programs that automate the ability to guess your passwords by using


crime • Carefully select the sites you visit. Know the site. Know the company. Do not visit a site by clicking on a link sent in an email, found on someone’s blog, or on an advertisement. The website you land on may look just like the real site, but it may be a well-crafted fake.

a program. To protect yourself, passwords must be difficult for others to guess, but at the same time, easy for you to remember. Passwords should have a minimum of eight characters and include upper case (capital letters), lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. Make sure you use a different password for each of your accounts and do not use the same passwords for many accounts. In your password never set your name, address, street no, date of birth, family members name because it is easy to guess by hackers. • Cleanup your data. Information that is under your control includes your social networking profiles. In addition, there could be information about you on old blog postings, postings on a friend’s web site, an old dating profile, picture sharing account, or any other services that you used but no longer find necessary. • Don’t not use internet banking or banking transactions at public places such as internet cyber café, office, park, crowded place or anywhere else. For any banking related login or transactions you must use your personal computer or laptop, when ever your work is over you must log off your account each and every time. In the time of login never click on the remember password option or keep me login option. • Never note down your banking user id, login password and transaction passwords in your mobile, laptop, dairy or in any cheat. All made that password which is easy to remember and need not to write anywhere. But it must not be very easy.

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• Look Yourself Up. Search engines will help you to do a quick query of your public information. You can also take a proactive approach to set up alerts for search terms of your name. Data service sites have massive amounts of data compiled from a variety of sources, including public records and social networking sites. This data can be used by criminal profilers, and others for any number of purposes, not necessarily intended by the data service providers. • Never send sensitive or personal information in an email. It may be intercepted and read by criminals. Legitimate businesses will not ask users to send their sensitive personal information through email. • Review your social media accounts. You basically have three options-remove the data, modify the privacy settings, and/or request that the account be deleted. If you are going to request that the account be deleted, be sure to remove all of the data first. Also, request that the account be deleted rather than deactivated. • Be cautious about all communications you receive including those purported to be from “trusted entities” and be careful when clicking links contained within those messages. If in doubt, do not click. • Do not respond to any spam-type emails. Don’t open attachments in emails that you’re not expecting they could contain a virus or code that would allow someone to control your computer? • Do not input your information in a pop-up. If you are interested in an offer that you see advertised in a pop-up ad, contact the retailer directly through its homepage, retail outlet, or other legitimate contact method. n Writer is Software Engineer (Cyber Crime Analyst )

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ndian authorities in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh should immediately stop evicting people from camps who fled communal violence in September 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. State authorities should conclude their investigations into riot-related crimes, including alleged sexual violence, and initiate appropriate prosecutions. The central government should ensure that the Uttar Pradesh state authorities provide aid to the displaced, and their safe return or resettlement, in accordance with international human rights law. India should also enact a strong law to prevent and respond to communal violence in the country in consultation with rights experts, and in compliance with well-established international human rights principles. The state government has forcibly closed camps housing thousands of people displaced four months ago by communal violence between Hindus and Muslims in Muzaffarnagar and surrounding districts that resulted in more than 60 deaths. Instead of displacing these people again, the Uttar Pradesh government should provide needed relief, and ensure the safe, voluntary return or resettlement for all those displaced. “The Uttar Pradesh government responded to reports of relief shortages and rising children’s death toll by evicting riot victims from camps,” said MeenakshiGanguly, South Asia director. “Instead ALL RIGHTS

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of protecting those in need, it is using coercion to keep their plight hidden.” A September 7, 2013 communal altercation in Muzaffarnagar that left two Hindus and a Muslim dead was followed by inflammatory speeches by Hindu political leaders from the Jat community that encouraged attacks on Muslims. Three days of violence ensued between Hindus and Muslims in Muzaffarnagar, Shamli, Meerut, Baghpat, and Saharanpur districts until a curfew was imposed and the Indian army was deployed to restore law and order. People from more than 150 villages fled their homes and thousands remain displaced, fearful to return. In January 2014, Human Rights Watch visited six camps in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts and found that those displaced had received little assistance from the government. Religious charities and madrassas, along with civil society groups and local villagers, have taken the lead in providing aid, including shelter, food, and clothing. Residents of the camps told Human Rights Watch that the state had provided aid for less than a month and since November 2013 the authorities had been putting pressure on them to leave the camps. Reports of child deaths in camps In December 2013, the Indian Supreme Court expressed concern over reports of deaths of children in the camps and directed state authorities to immediately improve their relief services and report on the situation. A committee appointed by the Uttar


ISSUE Pradesh government found that 34 children at the relief camps had died since September. Authorities have sought to downplay the ongoing displacement of riot victims. The Uttar Pradesh government reported in December that out of the 58 camps opened in September, only four remained in Shamli and one in Muzaffarnagar districts – but ignored the displaced removed from the camps. It said that only around 5,000 people remained displaced, though local groups put this number at more than 27,000. In January 2014 the Muzaffarnagar authorities told Human Rights Watch that its remaining camp had closed and that all the displaced people had returned home except for those from the six villages designated as “riot-affected.” Mulayam Singh Yadav, chief of Uttar Pradesh’s ruling Samajwadi party – and father of the state’s chief minister – claimed that those still in camps were not riot victims but people conspiring with rival political parties against the state government. Human Rights Watch found that many displaced people, primarily Muslims, continued to live in camps or had moved inside nearby villages when they were evicted, in Shahpur, Loyi, Kandhla, JogiyaKheda, and Jaula villages in Muzaffarnagar district and Malakpur in Shamli. In Shahpur, Jaula, and Malakpur, hundreds of tents were visible on government and private land. In other cases, the government had put pressure on the madrassas or religious organizations providing relief to the camps to shut them down. Instead, displaced people had merely moved into nearby Muslim dominant villages, living temporarily in people’s homes or pitching their tents on private land. The Uttar Pradesh state authorities should provide assistance and protection to those displaced by the riots in accordance with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement. The authorities should provide essential food and potable water, basic shelter and housing, appropriate clothing, and essential medical services and sanitation. Assistance should be provided without discrimination. The authorities have the primary duty and responsibility to establish conditions, as well as provide the means, that would allow displaced families to return voluntarily, in safety and with dignity, to their homes, or to resettle voluntarily in another part of the country. Special efforts should be made to ensure the full participation of the displaced in the planning and management of their return or resettlement. The Uttar Pradesh state government’s plan for rehabilitation of those displaced has largely comprised a one-time payment of INR 500,000 (US$8,123) to 1,800 families from nine villages. The government contends that residents of six villages in Muzaffarnagar and three in Shamli faced the most violence and do not want to return, so they are being compensated to move elsewhere. Numerous displaced people told Human Rights Watch that in order to receive compensation they had to sign an affidavit saying they will not return to their villages, live in a relief camp, or occupy government land. 25

A local official defended the affidavits, telling Human Rights Watch: “They have given the affidavit voluntarily, what can we do? We didn’t force them to sign it. If they have already given to us in writing that they won’t return, how can they return to their villages?” State action missing The authorities have stated that any property owned by the displaced people in their former villages will remain the villagers’. But many displaced Muslims who spoke to Human Rights Watch expressed the fear that in their absence the Hindu residents in their villages would encroach upon their property and take over their land. “The Uttar Pradesh government has no real rehabilitation plan or safe return policy,” Ganguly said. “The authorities need to promptly step up and ensure that those displaced can, without discrimination, return home safely or have the means and

ability to move elsewhere.” The state government’s special investigation into riot-related crimes should conclude promptly and appropriate prosecutions should be pursued, particularly in cases of sexual violence. Senior police officials reported that 533 riot-related cases have been registered, including six cases of sexual assault. About 300 arrests have been made so far, though none in sexual violence cases. Muzaffarnagar’s police chief, Hari Narayan Singh, told Human Rights Watch that investigations into allegations of gang rape and sexual assault were ongoing. Local activists expressed concern about the pace and effectiveness of the police investigations, calling them slow and alleging that the police are trying to distort evidence in a number of cases. Since the communal riots, state authorities have not taken adequate action to address tensions between the Hindu and Muslim communities or improve conditions so that the displaced population feels it is safe to return. On January 9, a state-level minister helped mediate a rare meeting between chiefs of Hindu and Muslim dominated villages that had suffered major displacement. Iqbal Khan, chief of JogiyaKheda village who attended the meeting, told Human Rights Watch that that it was still not safe for the displaced people to return. “No one has ¥æòÜ ÚUæ§ÅU÷â

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ISSUE been convicted yet of the crimes,” he said. “The people who attacked them still remain in the villages, so how can they feel safe on return?” While a number of residents in camps and some camp organizers told Human Rights Watch that some of the displaced who came from villages that had not witnessed any violence had returned home, the overwhelming sentiment among those remaining in camps was still of fear and refusal to return. “Displaced riot victims fear returning home because they don’t think the government can protect them if new communal violence erupts,” Ganguly said. “Only by prosecuting all those responsible for the violence can the government gain the trust of those anxious to return to their homes.” Testimony from internally displaced people and camp committee organizers in Muzaffarnagar “When we came here, the camp organizing committee gave us a tent on government land. We stayed at the camp for about three and a half months. We had to move out in the last week of December because the district authorities came and said ‘Wherever you want to go, go, but leave this place. This is government land.’ They added ‘We are telling you nicely. Move now or otherwise we will use force. You might get hurt.’ So we moved. Some of us received compensation so we bought land in the village. When the authorities asked us to move, it was really difficult. Where could we go? Then we asked some Dalits who owned huts in the village but were away to work in brick kilns if we could put our tent in their compound. They agreed, so until they return, we will stay here. Right now we aren’t certain when we will get possession of our new land, build our house, and move. We will never go back [to Phugana]. They will not leave us alive. They have not left a single thing in our homes. How will they leave us? We are scared even to visit our village.” - Jaitoon, 65, from Phugana village in Muzaffarnagar. Living in Loyi village “For the last two months, police have been coming with the district authorities regularly and asking us to move our camp elsewhere saying we would get compensation. But we didn’t move because half the people had not received compensation. We had no faith. Then the village chief told us if we wanted compensation, we had to move. We had constant pressure from the police too. So then we had to move. It was not like we were taking over the land. We felt even more helpless when we had to move this time because at least until now we felt that these people from the Loyi village had helped us. But when they asked us to move our tents, we felt we had no one. The government was never ours, but now even the people who helped us earlier were turning us away. There wasn’t enough space for everyone to stay in the village so many people left.” - Nafedeen, 50, from Phugana village. Living in a tent in Loyi village ALL RIGHTS

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“Due to media attention on the camps, the authorities were embarrassed so they asked us to move people out of the camps. But we told them that first give compensation to the people, only then will they move. The authorities were threatening us with a court case saying you have taken over state-owned land, so we had to relent and move the people. When there was no media attention on the camps, the government didn’t bother about them. But when the media came, then they got worried and we had to move the people inside the village, either in tents on private land or inside people’s houses. Not one person wants to return to their village. But there are people who are displaced from villages not counted under the riot-affected village list. Those people are most in need today as they need alternative accommodation. The government says, ‘Wherever you go, just go from here.’” - Abdul Jabbar, former village chief, Loyi “We were living in Loyi camp since September. Last month, we heard that those who received compensation should leave the camp, but the rest can stay. But suddenly, one morning when we woke up, we saw district officials, police, and bulldozers standing at the camp. We had to leave in a hurry and lost much of our food grains. From there we went to NeemKhedi along with several other families and put our tent there. We stayed there for a few days and then we were asked to move from there too. Again, the district officials and the police came and asked us to go. So then we came here to JogiyaKheda and are living temporarily in people’s houses in the village. We have been ousted from one place after another. We want the government to give everyone compensation. We want justice. People who made us suffer so, attacked us, left us displaced, burned our homes, they should be arrested.” - Midu, 65, from Phugana village. Displaced multiple times and currently living in JogiyaKheda village “We will live here in Kandhla because it’s a Muslim village and we have every kind of support here. No one insults us here. No one can attack us here as they did in our former village. We cannot trust these Jats. They can do anything. The Jats don’t really want us to come back. They only came here to meet us because they want us to withdraw the FIRs [police complaints known as a First Information Report]. Some people who have returned to the village come and tell us that ‘Jats say that last time you got away but this time we wouldn’t let you get away.’ We don’t want to return. Our children are terrified.” n - MohameedNafedeen, 38, from Naala village in Muzaffarnagar. Living in a tent in Kandhla village (Human rights watch.)


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Child Sexual Abuse POCSO Act – Providing ChildFriendly Judicial Process India is home to the largest child population in the world, with almost 42 per cent of the total population under eighteen years of age. Needless to say, the health and security of the country’s children is integral to any vision for its progress and development.

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tion to provide remedies for these crimes. While rape is considered a serious offence under the Indian Penal Code, the law was deficient in recognising and punishing other sexual offences, such as sexual harassment, stalking, and child pornography, for which prosecutors had to rely on imprecise provisions such as “outraging the modesty of a woman”. The Ministry of Women and Child Development, recognising that the problem of child sexual abuse needs to be addressed through less ambiguous and


more stringent legal provisions, championed the introduction of a specific law to address this offence. The POCSO Act was therefore formulated in order to effectively address the heinous crimes of sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children. The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 received the President’s assent on 19th June 2012 and was notified in the Gazette of India on 20th June, 2012. The Act is due to come into force shortly, along with the rules being framed under the Act. The Act defines a child as any person below eighteen years of age, and regards the best interests and well being of the child as being of paramount importance at every stage, to ensure the healthy physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of the child. It defines different forms of sexual abuse, including penetrative and non-penetrative assault, as well as sexual harassment and pornography, and deems a sexual assault to be “aggravated” under certain circumstances, such as when the abused child is mentally ill or when the abuse is committed by a person in a position of trust or authority vis-a-vis the child, like a family member, police officer, teacher, or doctor. People who traffick children for sexual purposes are also punishable under the provisions relating to abetment in the Act. The Act prescribes stringent punishment graded as per the gravity of the offence, with a maximum term of rigorous imprisonment for life, and fine.

The Act further makes provisions for avoiding the re-victimisation of the child at the hands of the judicial system. It provides for special courts that conduct the trial in-camera and without revealing the identity of the child, in a manner that is as child-friendly as possible. In keeping with the best international child protection standards, the Act also provides for mandatory reporting of sexual offences. This casts a legal duty upon a person who has knowledge that a child has been sexually abused to report the offence; if he fails to do so, he may be punished with six months’ imprisonment and/ or a fine. Thus, a teacher who is aware that one of her students has been sexually abused by a colleague is legally obliged to bring the matter to the attention of the authorities. The Act, on the other hand, also prescribes punishment for a person, if he provides false information with the intention to defame any person, including the child. The Act also casts the police in the role of child protectors during the investigative process. Thus, the police personnel receiving a report of sexual abuse 37

of a child are given the responsibility of making urgent arrangements for the care and protection of the child, such as obtaining emergency medical treatment for the child and placing the child in a shelter home, should the need arise. The police are also required to bring the matter to the attention of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) within 24 hours of receiving the report, so the CWC may then proceed where required to make further arrangements for the safety and security of the child. The Act also makes provisions for the medical examination of the child designed to cause as little distress as possible. The examination is to be carried out in the presence of the parent or other person whom the child trusts, and in the case of a female child, by a female doctor. The Act further makes provisions for avoiding the re-victimisation of the child at the hands of the judicial system. It provides for special courts that conduct the trial in-camera and without revealing the identity of the child, in a manner that is as child-friendly as possible. Hence, the child may have a parent or other trusted person present at the time of testifying and can call for assistance from an interpreter, special educator, or other professional while giving evidence; further, the child is not to be called repeatedly to testify in court and may testify through video-link rather than in the intimidating environs of a courtroom. Above all, the Act stipulates that a case of child sexual abuse must be disposed of within one year from the date the offence is reported. Another important provision in the Act is that it provides for the Special Court to determine the amount of compensation to be paid to a child who has been sexually abused, so that this money can then be used for the child’s medical treatment and rehabilitation. The Act is a welcome piece of legislation, in that it recognises almost every known form of sexual abuse against children as punishable offences, leaving little room for ambiguity in its interpretation. Further, by providing for a child-friendly judicial process, the Act encourages children who have been victims of sexual abuse to bring their offender to book and seek redress for their suffering, as well as to obtain assistance in overcoming their trauma. It makes the different agencies of the State, such as the police, judiciary and child protection machinery, collaborators in securing justice for a sexually abused child; working together, they can ensure that the child is given an opportunity to obtain justice for the harm suffered, and begin the process of rebuilding the child’s life and future.n ¥æòÜ ÚUæ§ÅU÷â

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LIC of India biggest Income Tax defaulter Since list sought and provided is just of ten top defaulters in each category, there are certainly other big tax-defaulters. Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) should launch a crash programme for tax-recovery from such big tax-defaulters most of whom are super-rich in themselves.

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ten/eleven digits by many individuals/ companies/firms/societies/HUFs etc. Since list sought and provided is just of ten top defaulters in each category, there are certainly other big tax-defaulters. Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) should launch a crash programme for tax-recovery from such big tax-defaulters most of whom are super-rich in themselves. For a fiscal discipline, CBDT should put lists of tax-defaulters with rupees one crore or more in tax-default on website updated every three months with responsibility fixed on concerned tax- and recovery officers to reduce tax-defaults in every quarterly updated lists of tax-defaulters. Those having obtained stay-orders from the courts should be starmarked for easy distinction. Funds which should be for development-projects, must not be allowed to be utilized by tax-defaulters with a nominal interestrate charged under Income Tax Act.n


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Family of Justice JS Verma rightly refuses the honour Consent of opposition Leader in selecting members of Awards Committee should be must with Secretary of Opposition Leader being a member of Awards Committee. There have been many cases where persons bearing criminal charges and wilful bank-defaulters are honoured with Padma awards only because of lobbying. By Subhash Chandra Agrawal

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t refers to late Justice JS Verma’s family rightly declining Padma Bhushan award announced in name of President of India by the Union government on eve of Republic Day 2014. Decline is mainly due to Union government’s faulty practice of continuing with tradition of having three variants of Padma awards. Persons (or their families) getting lower variants of Padma awards naturally feel humiliated and downgraded for not getting the upper variant of Padma honours really deserved by them. Earlier also, there have been similar cases when Padma awards were rejected by nominees due to similar reasons. Instead of convention, it should be compulsory and mandatory to seek consent of nominee (or their family-members) before announcing Padma awards. It is improper to grade just 100 Padma awardees in three variants in a country of more than a billion thereby degrading real value of ‘Padmashree’ in presence of ‘Padmabhushan’ and ‘Padmavibhushan’. There should be just one variant of ‘Padma’ award. A person should be honoured just once in life-time with Padma award. Also an individual should be permitted for nom-

ination just one person for the prestigious honours. Many politicians in their please-all policy recommend dozens of names thus unnecessarily burdening the selection-procedure. Consent of opposition Leader in selecting members of Awards Committee should be must with Secretary of Opposition Leader being a member of Awards Committee. There have been many cases where persons bearing criminal charges and wilful bank-defaulters are honoured with Padma awards only because of lobbying. System should be made stringent to take back the prestigious award from controversial ones, and punishing those responsible at Intelligence agencies which clear undeserving names without proper investigation. It seems that such hurried clearance is done in name of formality because of very little time given for proper verification. System should be to advance last date of receiving recommendations to say 30th September by getting proper clearance by Intelligence for all recommendations before being put the cleared names before Awards committee meeting.n 39

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mpacts of climate change on agriculture have severe repercussions on economic activity, livelihoods, and food production, particularly in agriculture-dependent societies of the developing world. Resilience of agriculture to such impacts is of paramount importance as agricultural sector holds significant climate mitigation potential, through reductions of GHG emissions, enhancement of sequestration, and is a main driver for forest-related emissions. Agriculture sector, including crop, animal husbandry, fisheries, and agro-processing, is vital for food, nutritional and livelihood security supporting economic growth and social transformation of the country. Contribution of agriculture sector to the national gross domestic product (GDP) has declined from 19% in 2004-05 to 14.2% in 2010-11, while overall GDP has grown by an average of 8.62% during 2004-05 to 2010-11 (2nd NATCOM). This rapid decline is essentially due to high growth in the industry and services sector. Nearly two-third of the population depends directly or indirectly on agriculture for their livelihood followed by forests and fisheries. Indian agriculture is monsoon dependent, with over 60% of the crop area under rainfed agriculture makes it highly vulnerable to climate variability and change (2nd NATCOM, GoI). Increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events also have a direct bearing on agriculture. ALL RIGHTS

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Most simulation studies have shown a decrease in duration and yield of crops as temperature increased in different parts of India (Aggarwal et al., 2001)1. Magnitude of this response varied with crop, region and climate change scenario. With increase in temperature (by about 2º – 4º C) wheat and rice potential grain yields would reduce in most places. However, if temperature increases are higher, western India may experience some negative effect on productivity due to reduced crop durations . Reductions in wheat yields due to climate change are predicted to be more pronounced for rain fed crops (as opposed to irrigated crops) and under limited water supply situations because there are no coping mechanisms for rainfall variability (IARI 2009)2 . The study also predicts boundary changes in areas suitable for growing certain crops such as wheat due to climate change. Studies in various parts of the world have shown that apart from change in meteorological conditions (rainfall, temperature, humidity etc.) other factors also contribute to vulnerability of communities to climate change impacts. Indian agriculture is at crossroads and has to find a way to feed the growing population while being environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable. To achieve this, India needs to focus on developing and deploying technologies that improve water, fertilizer, labour, and energy use efficiency while simultaneously improving soil, ecosystem, and social resilience; restoring


Environment degraded agro-ecosystems; and creating alternate sources of income for farmers. In addition (and of significant relevance) to these formidable goals, India must address the issue of climate change and its potential impacts on agriculture and food security, which could reduce or reverse any gains produced by future agricultural development. The long-term nature of climate change and the significant impact it can have on agricultural systems requires policy and practices to include both short and long-term planning incorporating climate change knowledge and understanding in — a process referred to as climate change adaptation. Agriculture is a critical component for sustainable developmental policies, since more than 650 million people depend on it. The Green Revolution during 1970s made India self-sufficient in food production through increased agricultural output based on high- yielding seeds, irrigation and fertilizers making it more intensive with regard to use of inputs per hectare of land. Several measures/strategies evolved during the Eleventh Plan to address various issues pertaining to agriculture. In the medium term, the focus has been on improving yields with existing technology, timely availability of water through expansion of irrigation system, and also improvement of existing irrigation systems. Any disturbance in agriculture can considerably affect the food systems and thus increase the vulnerability of a large fraction of the resource-poor population. There is a need to understand possible coping strategies by different sections and different categories of producers to global climatic change. Adaptation strategies would need to simultaneously consider the background of changing demand due to globalisation, population increase, and income growth, as well as the socio-economic and environmental consequences of possible adaptation options. Enhancing water use efficiency to increase availability and accessibility to water In face of drought and minimal availability even during years of normal rainfall it is of paramount importance to use water efficiently. Production techniques which consume lesser amount of water need to be promoted at the policy level. Fiscal instruments linked to water usage may be put in place. State Electricity Boards need to be provided with fixed targets for water usage beyond which they would need to purchase water reductions from other boards which have performed beyond their targets. Establishment of knowledge platform contributing to policy formulation leading to community empowerment A number of policies, plans and schemes are being announced by the central and state governments for development of semi arid regions. However, it has been observed that these plans, programmes and schemes often do not take into consideration climate change and its impacts resulting into these development activities not being climate sensitive or resilient. Therefore, there is a need to apply “climate lens” to government plans, programmes and schemes. It would help in identifying lacunae in the current implementation and planning and thus support practice and policy. Bundelkhand is a typical example of a semi-arid region. It is a socio-economically backward region in central India and straddles the 41

states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The last four out of five years have been drought hit. The people in the region are extremely vulnerable to climate change impacts, with their dependence on subsistence agriculture and livestock in climate unfriendly ways. The Bundelkhand Knowledge Platform, developed and managed by Development Alternatives is envisaged to fill this critical gap in relation to semi arid regions in general and Bundelkhand in particular. Blending formal and informal science for enhanced delivery on ground Agricultural communities have been adapting to changing climate over the centuries. Thus the communities have knowledge which has been accumulated over the centuries and is appropriate for the local region. There is however a need to validate the traditional practices through modern scientific methods. This is necessary since agriculture has been a way of life and a number of practices are more of cultural importance than that of technological. Once validated and improvised the traditional knowledge will be more effective and also more acceptable to the community since it has its origins amongst them. Increasing access to appropriate technology for adaptation to climate change Access to appropriate technology remains a big hurdle to adaptation in agriculture. Though the Krishi Vigyan Kendras along with the Agricultural University system has been making efforts for dissemination of technology among farmers they have not been able to reach the unreachable. Therefore, there is a need to establish Farmer/Agriculture Resource Centres which would serve the last mile connect to the research outputs at the university/research institutes. The resource centres will not only serve technology dissemination but will also provide information and advisory services to the farmers. Provision of weather based crop insurance Weather based crop insurance is a major breakthrough in adaptation to climate change. However, in its current form the insurance system leaves a lot to be desired. Currently insurance amount can be claimed only when the damage to the crops has been 50% or more. If the crop damage is lesser than 50% no claims can be made against such losses. This tends to increase false reporting on the part of the farmer. Another serious issue emanating from this is that farmers are likely to take risky decisions as only damages which are 50% can be claimed for. Also the farmers do not take care of the crop once damaged so as to cross the threshold value beyond which the claim money may be realised. Therefore, the current Weather Based Crop Insurance programme needs to be revamped. Thus developing adaptation strategies exclusively for minimizing the negative impacts of climatic change may be risky in view of large uncertainties associated with its spatial and temporal magnitude. We need to identify “no-regret” adaptation strategies that may be needed for the sustainable development of agriculture. These adaptations can be at the level of individual farmer, society, farm, village, watershed, or at the national level. n -Allrights Bureau ¥æòÜ ÚUæ§ÅU÷â

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eanwhile there is no significant issue around single-brand retailing due to the nature of the business and its ability to not cause any major disruptions in the current model of the Indian retail scenario. With such a big debate over the effects of multi-brand retail in India, what really are the possible effects of big players coming in and making investments in India? There are innumerable local grocery stores in India that have been operational for generations in some cases. These family owned establishments have a stronghold in their vicinity and are highly dependent on their geographical whereabouts for sustainability. According to the Confederation of All India Traders, the number of these small commercial developments (kiranas or general stores) is estimated to be 50 million. The likely population that is dependent on these businesses for their livelihoods is expected to be 220 million. This indeed is a large chunk of the population and it is ALL RIGHTS

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undoubtedly threatened by the entry of massive global players like Walmart and Tesco who have millions of square feet under management. Business owners and politicians feel the entry of large scale organised retail would distort the current picture and wipe out unorganised retail. However, the point to be remembered is that multi-brand retail players would have to set shop at limited number of locations due to the sheer space that their business demands. With the requirement of copious amounts of space comes the question of proximity. Multi-brand outlets are thus more likely to develop away from densely populated areas. Facing facts, India’s no developed nation for the entire population to start doing their groceries on weekends by going to a Walmart and bringing back a dickey-full of necessities. Kiranas are known for their fixed customer


Economy base, close proximity to residential areas, ad hoc requirements, small deliveries, petty credit accounts, among others. Frankly, this is like comparing apples and oranges. Moreover, the government’s norm to allow multi-brand outlets to set up in cities with a population of over 10 lakh and covering an area of 10 kms around the municipal/urban agglomeration limits eliminates the ap-

At least 30 per cent of the value of procurement of manufactured/processed goods is to be sourced from small industries which have a total investment in plant and machinery not exceeding USD 1 million on a mandatory basis. This would give a major boost to smaller players in the chain, boosting their business and adding on to employment on this front as well. parent threat to a massive population. Meanwhile, assuming the unorganised retail sector in India remains minimally affected in terms of shops closing operations, this investment policy would bring about a series of benefits to the economy. Leaving aside the most obvious prospective employment generation capacity that this move creates, the conditions laid under which foreign investors are allowed to invest up to 51 per cent in multi-brand retail turn out to be quite advantageous.

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The minimum amount to be brought in, as FDI, by the foreign investor would be USD 100 million (roughly Rs.550 crore). At least 50 per cent of this amount would be invested in back-end infrastructure that includes processing, manufacturing, distribution, design improvement, quality control, packaging, logistics, storage, ware-house, agricultural market produce infrastructure, etc. Do we need any more explanation on how this could improve the various stages involved in the retail supply chain? At least 30 per cent of the value of procurement of manufactured/processed goods is to be sourced from small industries which have a total investment in plant and machinery not exceeding USD 1 million on a mandatory basis. This would give a major boost to smaller players in the chain, boosting their business and adding on to employment on this front as well. While on one hand there is the apparent threat of loss of jobs and small businesses, there are investments, employment, infrastructure development and boost to small and medium industries on the other. It boils down to how you look at the placement of local stores as compared to big players and how they can disrupt the system, or not. They are both positioned differently and would not risk the existence of the other in a way that is being perceived. Though it remains to be seen whether the government stays firm on allowing FDI in retail which has a severe social impact rather than an economic impact, our sources suggest that the government taking a step backward is unlikely. However, the impact of FDI in retail would be seen in the long run and not in the short term. n

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he Indian government’s inability to protect women and children from rape and sexual violence undermines its commitment to uphold the rights of all Indians, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2014. During 2013 the authorities also failed to enforce laws that protect vulnerable communities including Dalits, religious minorities, and tribal groups. Government efforts to increase mass surveillance raised concerns over rights to privacy and free speech. “International attention to sexual attacks in India led to a new law, but should have spurred the government towards systemic changes to make real progress on this issue,” said Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The government has also failed to keep its promises of reforms to create a responsive police force, and to repeal laws that protect the armed forces from prosecution.” In the 667-page World Report 2014, its 24th edition, Human Rights Watch reviews human rights practices in more than 90 countries. Syria’s widespread killings of civilians elicited horror but few steps by world leaders to stop it, Human Rights Watch said. A reinvigorated doctrine of “responsibility to protect” seems to have prevented some mass atrocities in Africa. Majorities in power in Egypt and other countries have suppressed dissent and minority rights. And Edward Snowden’s revelations about US surveillance programs reverberated around the globe. India has strong legislation to protect rights, Human Rights Watch said, but entrenched corruption and lack of accountabilALL RIGHTS

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ity foster human rights violations. The numerous civil society groups, which play a crucial advocacy role in addressing these problems through protests and free expression, are increasingly at risk due to misused sedition laws and financial regulations. In April, India rolled out a Central Monitoring System for all phone and Internet communications, which rights groups fear could lead to abuse in the absence of adequate oversight or safeguards for the right to privacy. The courage and persistence of victims’ families and human rights activists did result in court interventions and investigations in several cases of extrajudicial killings in which the security forces had falsely claimed that the deaths occurred during armed exchanges or in self-defense. In the run-up to the 2014 parliamentary elections, there was an increase in communal clashes between

Hindus and Muslims. There is risk of additional violence as political interest groups seek to exploit tensions between the two communities, Human Rights Watch said. Maoist insurgents in central and eastern India continued to attack civilians and security forces, while villagers remained at risk of arbitrary arrests and torture by state forces. Maoists continued to attack schools and government security forces occupied school buildings for operations in violation of court orders. Internationally, India engaged in efforts to promote human rights in Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, and Burma but did little to address the crises outside of South Asia, such as in Syria. “India’s aspirations to play a more powerful role in world affairs won’t be taken seriously so long as it shuns efforts to promote human rights abroad and at home,” Ganguly said. n


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ERADICATION OF TOLL TAX ON HIGHWAYS THROUGHOUT IN INDIA NCRWA President Mr. NP Singh wrote a letter to the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh Dr. Manmohan Singh ji, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, 7, Race Course Road, New Delhi, 110001.

February 1, 2014.

Respected Sir, Reg.

ERADICATION OF TOLL TAX ON HIGHWAYS THROUGHOUT IN INDIA.

At the outset, we wish to bring to your kind attention that NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF RESIDENTS WELFARE ASSOCIATIONS was held at Hyderabad, in November, 2012, which was attended by office bearers of Federations of RWAs from a large number of States of India as well as representatives of foreign countries. It was decided at the Conference to form National Confederation of Residents Welfare Associations (NCRWA), with a view to look after various common issues concerning citizens in urban areas of India as a whole. We wish to seek your kind intervention in regard to an important issue of national interest We would like to submit that there is an essential and urgent need for eradication of toll tax in all Highways throughout India. In this connection, we would like to make the following submissions for your kind consideration which fully justify our appeal for eradication of toll charges in highways throughout India:(a) The citizens of India have been experiencing a great inconvenience and hardship while travelling in Highways as a consequence of being subjected to levy of toll charges at various toll booths. It has been experienced that very often, there are quite heavy jams at Toll Check Points, resulting in an avoidable delay for motorists in reaching their destination points. (b) Furthermore, the motorists are separately otherwise paying by way of several other taxes and levies, such as development charges included in the prices of petrol & diesel, and road tax etc. Quite often, in some of the Highways, motorists are subjected to pay toll charges at various check points, covering one single journey, and cumulative amount of toll charges becomes very high. (c) You will kindly appreciate that as a bounden duty of the Central and State Governments providing smooth roads, bridges and flyovers, the additional charges for using the highways, built up with public money, cannot be justified. We shall be most grateful to your good-self if you could kindly issue necessary directions for eradication of toll charges in Highways throughout India. Thanking you with respectful regards, Yours truly … NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF RESIDENTS WELFARE ASSOCIATIONS (NCRWA) N.P.SINGH PRESIDENT

A.N.DHAWAN EXEC VICE PRESIDENT

N.KESHAVA KUMAR SECRETARY GENERAL

Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to: 1. Shri Oscar Fernandes, Hon’ble Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India, Transport Bhawan, Parliament Street, New Delhi. 2. Shri Arvind Kejriwal, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Delhi. 3. Shri Akhlesh Yadav ji, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow. 51

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Constitution of India came into effect. Although India attained independence on August 15, 1947 but till 1949 it didn't have a permanent constitution of its own and instead were functioning under the laws enacted and implemented by the British. And after many amendments the Constitution was approved and accepted on November 26, 1949 that came into force in a full-fledged fashion from on 26 January, 1950. Thus, Republic Day celebration is the moment to remember the coming of the Constitution into effect. India celebrates its Republic Day in colourful and exciting ways. Not only in New Delhi, but other states also celebrate Republic Day with great enthusiasm and in numerous innovative ways. The Republic Day 2014 was observed on Sunday (26 January) with great enthusiasm by the Resident Welfare Assosiation (RWA) of sector 27 Noida. The national flag was jointly hoisted by Mr. Mehboob Ali President RWA and Mr. S.C. Mishra Project Engineer NOIDA. Others prominent who were present on the occasion were Mr Rajeev Narain Mishra S.P. Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) Noida, Mr.V.K Talwar, General Secretary, Mr.K.K.Saraswat, Treasurer, Mr. Alok Kumar, Mr. Surendra K Sharma, Mr. Jugul Kishore Gupta, Mr. Rajeev Garg and many other residents and assosiation’s offfice bearers. The patriotic fervor of the assosiation office bearer’s was witnessed not only in the republic day programme but also in the development work and other progressive activities of the sector 27, Noida.

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Diljot Singh Anand

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