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Vol. 1, Issue 363 n Thursday n December 29, 2011
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Jaitley: Lokpal Bill can lead to havoc in Constitution New Delhi: The opposition today slammed the Lokpal Bill saying it would lead to “constitutional havoc” as the Centre would be encouraged to “usurp” rights of states through the provision of setting up of Lokayuktas. Initiating the debate in the Rajya Sabha, Leader of the Opposition Arun Jaitley also opposed minority quota in the Lokpal bench, inclusion of NGOs and keeping CBI out of the purview of the ombudsman. “If you are creating history, let us not create bad history. We will be leaving a lot of task for the next generation to do,” he said. He made it clear the BJP would not support the Bill in the present form. “Please accept amendments that the colleagues have moved,” he said. Going clause-by-clause in the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Bill, 2011, Mr. Jaitley said the ombudsman was “designed to be vulnerable to constitutional challenge. Let us create an institution which is constitutionally possible.” Referring to the provision on the setting up of Lokayuktas in the state, the BJP leader and noted lawyer said it would lead to creating “a grey area” by which the Centre can usurp powers of states. “Why are you creating a constitutional havoc? The government is trying to make constitutional cocktail,” he said. Mr. Jaitley said the government wants to subvert an institution even before its creation. “You want to kill it in the womb,” he alleged. “You wanted to create a phoney Lokpal and create a smokescreen that you are giving a constitutional status,” he said taking a jibe at the proposal that was included at the instance of Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi. Mr. Jaitley said his party objected to three “absurd and unworkable” provisions of the bill. With regard to CBI, Mr. Jaitely wanted it to be under the purview of Lokpal with a directorate of prosecution. “An effective Lokpal needs an effective investigating agency like the CBI. You are creating a Lokpal so that it becomes a rudderless institution,” he charged. He also opposed inclusion of NGOs and trusts within the purview of Lokpal, saying it was “revenge provision” and would create a system which would be intrusive in the private life. “I don’t think members of this House will support you on this,” the BJP leader said. On the provision for quota of “at least” 50 per cent for minorities in the 9-member Lokpal bench, he said it was to designed to make the law “vulnerable to constitutional challenge”, as somebody could move court. The government has majority in the 5-member panel that would appoint the Lokpal. And then the power to remove is vested with the Supreme Court, which can be approached by only the government. “If Lokpal is biased in favour of the government, the beneficiary of the bias will decide if an appeal can be filed against the appointment,” he said. Mr. Jaitley said his party was for a strong and independent Lokpal but opposed a “weak and phoney” anti-graft ombudsman.
Food inﬂation plunges to six‑year low New Delhi: Food inflation fell sharply to a sixyear low of 0.42 per cent in the week ended December 17 as prices of essential items like vegetables, onion, potato and wheat declined. Food inflation, as measured by Wholesale Price Index (WPI), stood at 1.81 per cent in the previous week. It was recorded at 15.48 per cent in the corresponding week of 2010. According to official data released today, onions grew cheaper by 59.04 per cent year-onyear during the week under review, while potato prices were down by 33.76 per cent. Prices of wheat also fell by 3.30 per cent. Overall, vegetables became 36.02 per cent cheaper during the week ended December 17. Experts feel the sharp fall in food inflation numbers, which was in double digits till the first week of November, comes as a big relief to both the government and the Reserve Bank, who have been battling high prices for over two years. It will also be a major incentive for the RBI to look at the option of key interest rate cuts at its next quarterly monetary policy review in January.
Santa not honest: Turkish imam
Eshwarappa sent BSY frustrated
me to jail: BSY
as he is being ignored in BJP
Says party chief nurtures dream of becoming CM
Bangalore: The tussle within the BharatiyaJanata Party is in the open now. In a stinging attack, former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa today said that party state president K S Eshwarappa was responsible for sending him to jail. “Eshwarappa is not satisfied that I had to spend 24 days in jail. Now, he has been making public statements to imply that I am guilty. He feels that if I am expelled from the party, he could become the supreme leader of the party,” Yeddyurappa, who has asked party high command to make him a chief minister again, said. “He has been making statements that I will not get a position in the party unless cleared of all court cases. It is being repeated over and over. He is talking like the party high command. He has been speaking like the party national president. Even after he came back from New Delhi yesterday, he stated that I am guilty and would not be given a position in the party. I request him to stop making such statements immediately. He should realise that it is not proper to make these statements. He had been creating trouble since I became the chief minister,” he said. “I did not beg before Eshwarappa for any position of power. Neither did I want to become the party president. He is nurturing the dream of becoming a chief minister and is trying all tricks in the book to realise his aspirations. My blessings are with him. But it is not good for the welfare of the party. He thinks that he can strengthen the party; let him do it,” Yeddyurappa, who has reportedly asked party high command to make him a chief minister again, said. Yeddyurappa, who seemed cornered in the
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party, said, “Earlier, it was ‘BJP is Yeddyurappa and Yeddyurappa is BJP. Now you will have to change it to Eshwarappa is BJP and BJP is Eshwarappa’. He is trying to take complete control of the party and be the supreme leader.” He said, “Eshwarappa is the party president and D V SadanandaGowda is the chief minister. They are the leaders of our party.” “I am not the powerful leader of the party, but a mere party worker and a party MLA from Shikaripur. Even during the last assembly session, I sat in the back benches and observed the goings on. I did not take part in any discussion. Many tried me to speak, but I did not,” Yeddyurappa said. Asked whether he would meet party na-
tional leaders to discuss the latest developments, Yeddyurappa said, “I am not going outside the state till January 15 due to my health and other reasons. I am touring the state and gathering the views of the party workers from different parts. I will take a decision after January 15. But this does not mean I will quit the party. I have worked hard for the growth of the party. I am confident that I can build the party without position.” Asked whether he had placed any demand for inclusion of his candidates in the cabinet during the expansion, Yeddyurappa said, “I would not like to speak about cabinet expansion and I have not placed any demand.”
Bangalore: Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa’s outburst today against party state president K S Eshwarappais an indication that the former is increasingly being alienated within the party. The last screw fell in place when the party high command yesterday gave a clear go-ahead for SadanandaGowda to continue as chief minister, dashing all hopes of comeback bid for Yeddyurappa. Yeddyurappa is known to have put forth the demand for the party high command and is learnt to have set January 15 deadline before the national leaders. The wounded leader, in all likelihood, would do something drastic in the coming days. He would make his mind known only on January 15, which will be a landmark event for the saffron party, which has come to power for the first time in South India. Yeddyurappa also fears that in the coming days, his support base within the party would gradually decline and the duo of SadanandaGowda and Eshwarappa would take over the reins completely. That would be disastrous for the BJP
strongman, who was responsible for getting the party elected in the state. His worries have only compounded with the JD(S) support to the chief minister. During the recent legislative council election, the JD(S) did not field a candidate and abstained from voting, allowing an easy victory for SadanandaGowda. It is said that JD(S) patriarch H D DeveGowda and party state president H D Kumaraswamy have a soft corner for SadanandaGowda as he belongs to their community, Vokkaligas. The heartburn for Yeddyurappa has been the smooth functioning of the recent assembly session. The opposition cooperated and the session went off without a hitch, which was in stark contrast to the sessions during Yeddyurappa regime. In all the three sessions Yeddyurappa presided over, there was ruckus and House committees had to be formed to look into the problems. It is learnt that Yeddyurappa even asked opposition party leaders why they were keeping quiet on the floor of the assembly now. Now Yeddyurappa is trying hard to get his grip back on the party.
Youth attacks girl at Govt will collapse soon, says Cong exam hall in Mysore Bangalore Beat Bureau
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huri was writing company secretary exam and hacked at her with a machete. Madhuri Mysore: A girl was attacked by a youth at an tried to evade the swipe and was injured seexamination hall here today. riously in the hand. Madhuri, a resident of Gokulam, has reThe bystanders and college staff caught Krceived serious injuries and is being treated ishna and handed him over to Jayalakshat a private hospital. The boy, Krishna, mipuram police. The attacker is said to be a stormed into the examination hall while Mad- resident of Saraswathipuram.
India suﬀer humiliating defeat in Boxing Day Test Melbourne: India’s famed batting line-up produced yet another spineless display to crash to an embarrassing 122-run defeat in the first cricket Test and hand Australia a 1— 0 lead in the four-match Test series here today. Chasing a target of 292 in the second innings, India’s top-order collapsed like a proverbial house of cards against the pace trio of James Pattinson (4/53), Peter Siddle (3/42) and Ben Hilfenhaus (2/39) to be bundled out for a paltry 169 in 47.5 overs on the final session of the penultimate day. India were always up against history as no side since 1963 has made more than 250 runs in the fourth innings at MCG to win a Test match. Sachin Tendulkar promised some ray of hope during his little cameo of 32 runs, but the rest of the top—order batsmen cut a sorry figure against the Australian quicks and at one stage the tourists had lost four wickets for just 22 runs. Openers Virender Sehwag (7) and Gautam Gambhir (13) and the senior trio of Rahul Dravid (10), Tendulkar and VVS Laxman (1) all failed to save the day for India and de-
stay, but the task proved to be too tall for them to achieve once the top—order departed early. Sehwag and Gambhir fell on either side of lunch. The dangerous right—hander was caught by Michael Hussey at gully as he went for ferocious cut off Ben Hilfenhaus, while his left—handed partner jabbed at a lifting Peter Siddle delivery to be caught in the second slip by Ricky Ponting. Tendulkar, who once again entered the ground to a standing ovation, came and drove his first ball into covers for three runs to convey his intentions clear. An on—drive, with virtually the full face of the bat, by Tendulkar brought up the 50 of Indian innings. V V S Laxman got out for 1. Dravid was sedate but solid at the other end, yet Pattinson was able to create a huge parted inside the 90—run mark. gap between his bat and pad to knock back Young Virat Kohli (0) suffered his second his middle stump. The right—hander hit failure of the match and made matters worse one four during his 29—ball stay. Dravid’s exit by showing his displeasure at a plumb leg be- opened the floodgates for Australia. fore decision. Laxman took his first run off the seventh Ravichandran Ashwin (30) rode his luck ball he faced but then flicked Pattinson for a while and skipper Mahendra Singh into the hands of Ed Cowan at square leg to Dhoni (23) was street—smart during his make it four down for 68 runs.
taken note of the complaints of B C Bangalore: “There is a fear that the pres- Patil and others, ent government would collapse soon. who have declared Yeddyurappa’s statement today is an in- that they were frusdication,” said Congress state president trated within the G Parameshwara here today. Congress and would “The administration in the state has al- join the National ready collapsed. Now the government too Congress Party during the next assembly will collapse. There is an atmosphere of elections. But Parameshwara said that there is no instability in the state,” he said. On the problems within his own party, dissidence in the party and corrective Parmeshwara said that the party has steps were being taken.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Govt extends deadline to install RWH systems
Bangalore: The state government has agreed to extend the deadline for adopting rainwater harvesting systems from December 31 to March 31, BBMP commissioner ShankarlingeGowda told the palike council meeting yesterday. The government earlier set December 31 deadline for putting up rainwater harvesting systems at properties of 60x40 sqftdimension and above. At the meeting yesterday, corporators urged the commissioner to solve the drinking water problem. They were not convinced even when senior officials of the Bangalore Urban Water Services and Sewerage Board told them that the steps were being taken. Congress corporatorSampathraj complained, “There has been drinking water and drainage problem at D J Halli. Though we have complained to the BUWSSB, nothing has been done for the last eight months. The people in the area have been facing serious problems because of this.” He said, “The board has failed to provide drinking water facilities to the
people of the city. At the same time, it has asked property owners to install rainwater harvesting systems and warned that their water supply would be cut if it is not done. The deadline has to be extended to allow more property owners to install these systems.” Damaged water pumps have not been repaired and sufficient water is not being supplied to all areas. Water is being supplied once in five or six days. Water is being supplied illegally to apartments and multi-storeyed buildings. With this, the middle-class and poor people are suffering, the members complained. “If the problems are not solved on a priority basis, we will lay siege to the Cauvery Bhavan (BUWSSB headquarters),” they warned. Chief engineer T Venkataraju replied that the north and west divisions of the city are not being supplied water regularly. “We are trying hard to do it.” ShankalringeGowda said that the government has extended the deadline for installing rainwater harvesting sys-
tems till March 31. Water services minister S Suresh Kumar has assured the BBMP that the order would be passed soon, he added. Middlemen making merry The BUWSSB is not providing any certificate for installing rainwater harvesting systems, neither is it collecting any fee for it, said corporator P B Ramamurthy. Some middlemen have been swindling property owners, saying they would get certificates for rainwater harvesting systems. These property owners should approach the water board directly and get their doubts clarified, he added. The property owners should visit their divisional water boards and get it registered. Inspectors and meter readers should confirm this in writing. With this, the water board will get proper data on installations and would help the officers carry out inspections. This will also help in utilising rainwater properly, he said.
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BBMP to intensify drive to remove ﬂex banners, OFC Bangalore: The BBMP administration is ready to remove flex banners that are spoiling the beauty of the city. It is taking the help of Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force police to remove them. Similarly, the BBMP has also taken up a drive to remove illegal optical fibre cables across the city, palike commissioner ShankarlingeGowda told the council meeting yesterday. The meeting had a long discussion on the issue. Soon after the House convened, ruling party member B R Nanjundappa raised the issue and said, “Flex banners have become a major nuisance. There have been instances of people attacking BBMP gangmen, who were trying to remove these banners. Steps should be taken to prevent such incidents.” “Assistant engineers and assistant executive engineers should take the initiative to get these banners removed with the help of BMTF,” he said. Replying, ShankarlingeGowda said that flex banners have become an eyesore.
Things that you must not do in Metro
Bangalore: The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd has issued a statement for commuters on what not to do while taking the train. The BMRCL had already announced that it would run the services till 2 am on the New Year’s Eve. Here is what it states: l Commuters should not carry deadly arms and weapons. Violations will carry a fine of Rs 5,000 and a jail term of four years. l Rs 500 fine for drunken misbehaviour and troubling co-passengers. The tickets of trouble makers will also be taken back. l Rs 1,000 fine or one year jail, or both if the BMRCL staff is troubled. l Life term for pre-meditated attack on commuters. l 10 years jail for damaging the property of Metro rail. l Seven-year jail if the rules are not followed.
Bangalore: The Anarghya IAS Academy has organised a workshop for candidates who are appearing for Karnataka Public Services Commission exam from 9 am on January 1. For more information: Anarghya IAS Academy, 166/E-35, near Prasanna theatre, Tollgate, Magadi main road, or call: 9916625400.
Requires Circulation Boys Urgently Candidates with two-wheelers preferred Contact: M : 9900948514 9742918562
“Wherever you see, there are these ugly banners. We have to take a tough decision on removing them.” “Palike officials will take the help of BMTF police to prevent anyone from attacking the gangmen and other BBMP men. It does not help if corporators want to put up banners in some places and to remove in other spots,” he said. Opposition leader M Udayashankar said, “It is estimated that several companies have lain over 20,000 km of optical fibre cables across the city. But they have declared that cables have been laid only for 5,000 km. The palike has projected to collect Rs 780 crore dues from these companies. But is it possible to do collect all the fees before March 31.” The commissioner replied that approximately, 6,000 km of such cables have been laid illegally in the city. The palike will intensify the drive to remove such illegal cables. The palike will allow the companies to lay cables only if they agree to pay the fee set by the BBMP.
Bars can remain open till 1 am on New Yearʼs Eve
Bangalore: Bars and restaurants would be allowed to keep their business open till 1 am on the New Year’s Eve to allow revellers to enjoy for a longer time, said city police commissioner JyothiprakashMirji. Now, these establishments are allowed to operate only till 11.30 pm. But in view of the New Year’s Eve celebrations, the deadline has been extended till 1 am, he added. The people should ring in the New Year peacefully. They should not affect the law and order situation in the city. The revellers should take care not to disturb their neighbours and affect the movement of vehicles, he said.
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Those who will be driving under the influence of alcohol on Saturday night will be booked like any other day. This is being done for the safety of the drivers. The citizens should not drink and drive. If anyone wants to drink, they have to take a driver, who does not drink, along with them, he said. The bars and restaurants who would like to remain open till 1 am have to take special permission from the excise department. These establishments have to pay Rs 11,500 as special fee for the purpose. The extension of deadline will not be applicable to wine stores, said excise minister M P Renukacharya.
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Bangalore: The Patanjali Yoga Sangama Trust has organised a 13-day PatanjaliSiddi Yoga camp from January 1 from 6 am. Those above 14 years and suffering from diabetes, asthama, obesity, arthritis, skin ailments, heart problems and other health issues can take part in the camp. For more information, contact: RadhakrishnaKalyanaMantapa, behind Veeresh Talkies, M C Extension, Vijayanagar or call: 93425 45188.
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PANCHAMRUTHA (U) Raghu Mukherjee, Srinagara Kitty, Ravishanker PVR Cinemas (7.10 pm)
MR DUPLICATE (U) Prajwal Devaraj, Diganth, Sheetal
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Music contest Bangalore: The VijayaVittala Music School, as part of its 12th anniversary, has organised instrumental music, singing and painting competitions on January 6 at MaradiSubbaiah Marriage Hall at Hanumanthnagar. Differently abled children who have learnt music or those who have passed music exams can take part in the competitions. Call: 9164652229.
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HINDI STAND BY (U) Adinath Kothare, Siddharth Kher
Bangalore: The Sadhana Yoga Kendra has organised a free prayer camp for 10 days from January 2. Surya Namaskara, pranayama, prayer, naturopathy and other methods with easy asanas would be taught by yoga experts at the camp. For information, call: 9844756554.
Bangalore: The Friends Welfare Organisation has organised a free plastic surgery camp from 10.30 am on January 22 at Dr Solanki Eye Hospital on Siroor road. Cleft lip, upper jaw, nose and burnt injuries will be treated during the camp, a press release stated. For more information contact: Friends Welfare Organisation, No. 155, SadaraPatrappa road or call: 9880307780.
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Abhinay (10.30 am, 1.30 pm) Apsara (5.30 pm, 8.30 pm) Fame (Lido) (1.40 pm)Fame (Value Mall) (12.15 pm, 7.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (2.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (12.30 pm) Innovative Multiplex (2.30 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (12.10 pm, 7.15
pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (11.30 am, 9.35 pm) Inox (J.P.Nagar) (10.10 am) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) Vaibhav (11.30 am, 2.30 pm)
Achint Kaur, Ayub Khan Apsara (11 am, 2.30 pm) Abhinay (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm) Everest (11.15 am, 2.15, 6.15, 9.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (5.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (1.45 pm) Vaibhavi (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm)
Road) (10.15 am, 3.30, 10 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (5 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (4.45 pm, 7.35 pm) Innovative Multiplex (10 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (9.40 pm) PVR Cinemas (10 am, 1.05, 4.10, 9.50 pm) Urvashi (9.30 pm) Vaibhav (6 pm, 9.30 pm)
CHITKABREY-SHADES OF GREY (A)
SAHI DHANDHE GALAT BANDE (U)
Akshay Singh, Akshharaa Gowda Cinepolis (2.40 pm, 9.20 pm) Fame (Value Mall) (9.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (9.55 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (11.20 am) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.05 pm, 7.15 pm)
Anupam Kher , Ashish Nayyar Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (3.30 pm)
YEH DOORIYAN (U/A)
NOT A LOVE STORY (A) Ajay Gehi, Mahie Gill, Deepak Dobriyal, Urmila Matondkar Fame (Value Mall) (10.05 am) Fun Cinemas (10.45 am, 4.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta
CHATUR SINGH TWO STAR (U/A) Sanjay , Ameesha Patel, Kher Abhinay (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) PVR Cinemas (12.05 pm, 5.35 pm) Vaibhav (6.15 pm, 9 pm)
TELUGU 9.30 pm) Pallavi (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30 pm) Renukaprasanna (10.30am,1.30pm)
DAGGARAGA DURANGA Sumanth, Vedika, Sindhu Tolani Anjan (10.30 am, 1.30pm) Bhumika (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm) Radhakrishna (11.30 am, 2.45 pm) Renuka Prasanna ( 5.30, 8.30 pm) Srinivasa (SG Palya) (11.15 am, 2.30 pm) Vinayaka (Maathahalli) (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Venkateshwara (KRPuram) (6.15 pm, 9.30 pm
MONEY MONEY MORE MONEY
Siddharth Raj Kumar, Aishwarya Cauvery (6.00 pm, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (3.45 pm, 9.10 pm) Inox (Jayanagar) (7.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (10.45 am, 4.20 pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.10 pm) Murali (Gokula) (6.15 pm,
J D Chakravarthy, Bramanandam, Anjan (4.30, 7.30 pm) Chandrodaya (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (10 am, 12.20, 4.50, 7.10, 9.30 pm) HMT Cinemas (4.15 pm, 7.30 pm).