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Section 66A IT Act of India – Details of 66A Information Technology Law & Punishment – Cyber Crime

Are you aware of Section 66A of IT Act of Indian Law? What is the Law mentioned in Section 66A of Information Technology Act? Do you want to know Section 66A IT Act? The police cases under Section 66A IT Act of India is increasing day by day in India. People now days became more keen surfing Internet and socializing through websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc. People started commenting on Facebook, Liking Photographs on Facebook, Emailing etc more than previous. Thus, many people got arrested under 66A IT Act section in last few months without even knowing what they did wrong. Here is the detail of Section 66A of the Information Technology Act -

Section 66A of Information Technology (IT) Act of Indian Law is for punishing culprits who sends offensive messages through communication service. The Information Technology Act, 2000 was amended in 2008 and this Amended Act, which contains Section 66A, received the assent of the Indian President on 5th February 2009.

Section 66A of Information Technology Act of India Details

Who can fall under this Section 66A IT Act of India? Any person for ‘sending false and offensive messaged through communication services’ can be punished by this section 66A Law of Information Technology Act.

Details of Section 66A IT Act of India: - The Law Section 66A of Information Technology Act as follows –
Any person who sends, by means of a computer resource or a communication device—
a) Any information that is grossly offensive or has menacing character; or
b) any information which he knows to be false, but for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience, danger, obstruction, insult, injury, criminal intimidation, enmity, hatred or ill will, persistently by making use of such computer resource or a communication device,
c) Any electronic mail or electronic mail message for the purpose of causing annoyance or inconvenience or to deceive or to mislead the addressee or recipient about the origin of such messages.

Punishment under Section 66A IT Act: - What could happen if one falls under Section 66A Information Technology Act? What are the punishments possible in the Section 66A IT Act of India? He/She shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine which may extend to five lakh rupees or with both Imprisonment & fine.

This Section 66A Information Technology Act of Indian Law covers Cyber Crimes like Intentionally Sending SPAM Messages, Phishing Emails, Threatening Messages etc.

Don’t forget to check the source of information i.e., Section 66A of IT Act, India original source file [http://deity.gov.in/sites/upload_files/dit/files/downloads/itact2000/it_amendment_act2008.pdf].
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New Minister Name List of India - UPA-II Reshuffles on 28th October 2012

Few changes have been made in Indian Ministry on 28th October 2012. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has reshuffle the Indian Ministry by introducing few new faces and probably it's the last change before 2014 Election. Seven Cabinet Ministers and also fifteen Ministers of State (MoS) have been introduced and few Ministers have been reallocated in other departments (Ministry). Three Congress Leaders from West Bengal got Ministry of States (MoS). Let's check out the names of new Indian Ministers from now on.

List of all Indian Ministers shifted to Other Ministry on 28th October 2012
  • Shri Salman Khurshid was the Union Cabinet Minister for Law & Justice and now became the Minister of External Affairs of Indian Government from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri M M Pallam Raju was the MoS for Defence and now became the Union Minister for Human Resource Development of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Vayalar Ravi became the Union Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Kapil Sibal was the Union Minister for Human Resource Development and now became Union Minister for Telecom of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Ajay Maken was the MoS (independent charge) for Youth Affairs & Sports and now became Union minister for Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Pawan Kumar Banshal was the Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs & Water Resources and now became the Indian Railway Minister on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Sachin Pilot was the MoS for Communications & Information Technology and now became the MoS (Independent Charge) for Corporate Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia was the MoS for Commerce & Industry and now became the MoS (independent charge) for Power of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri S Jaipal Reddy was the Union Minister for Petroleum & Gas and now became the Union Minister for Science, Technology & Earth Sciences of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Dinsha J Patel was the MoS (independent charge) for Mines and now became the Union Minister for Mines of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Harish Rawat was the MoS for Parliamentary Affairs and now became the Union Minister for Water Resources of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Kamal Nath became the Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs & Urban Development of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri C.P. Joshi became the Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Kumari Sailaja became the Union Minister for Social Justice (Samajik Nyay & Swashaktikaran) of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Jairam Ramesh became the Union Minister for Village Development of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri K.H. Muniappa became the MoS (independent charge) for Small, Large & Medium Industries of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Bharat Singh Madab Singh Solanki became the MoS (independent charge) for Drinking Water & Drainage of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Jitendra Singh became the MoS (independent charge) for Sports & Youth Development and Defence of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri E Ahmed became the MoS for External Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • D Purandeswari became the MoS for Business & Industry of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Jitin Prasad became the MoS for Human Resource Development of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri S Jagatrakshakan became the MoS for Energy of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Ratanjit Pratapnarayan Singh became the MoS for ‘Swarastra’ of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri K.C. Venugopal became the MoS for Indian Airlines of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Rajiv Shukla became the MoS for Parliamentary Affairs & Yojona Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.

List of all Indian Ministers who were reallocated to other department on 28th October 2012. Written in Bengali language for the people of Bengal.

New Entry as Indian Ministers on 28th October 2012
  • Shri Ashwani Kumar became Law Minister of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Dr. K Chiranjeevi became Union MoS (independent charge) for Tourism Minister of India on & from 28th October 2012. Dr. K. Chiranjeevi is the MP from Tirupati Constituency and became Minister of India for the first time.
  • Smt. Chandresh Kumari Katoch became Union Cabinet Minister for Culture of India on & from 28th October 2012. Chandresh Kumari Katoch is the MP from Jodhpur Constituency.
  • Smt. Kruparani Killi, MP from Andhra Pradesh, became the MoS for Communication & Information Technology of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Smt. Ranee Narah, MP from Lakhimpur (Assam), became the MoS for Tribal Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Smt. Deepa Dasmunsi, MP from Raiganje (North Bengal) & wife of ex-MP Late Priyaranjan Dasmunsi, became the MoS for Urban Development of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Kotla Jaya Surya Prakash Reddy, MP from Kurnool, became the MoS for Railways of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Kodikunnil Suresh, MP from Mavelikara constituency, became the MoS for Labour & Employment Ministry of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Sarvey Satya Narayana, MP from Malkajgiri constituency, became the MoS for Road Transport & Highways of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Dr. Shashi Tharoor who had resigned from MoS for Ministry of External Affairs last year is back again and became the MoS for Human Resource Development. Dr. Shashi Tharoor is the MP from Thiruvananthapuram constituency.
  • Shri Tariq Anwar became the MoS for Agriculture & Food Processing of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Veerappa Moily became the Union Minister for Petroleum & Gas Ministry of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Manish Tewari who is the Congress Spokesperson & MP from Ludhiana, became the MoS (independent charge) for Information & Broadcasting of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri K Rehman Khan, former Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha, became the Union Minister for Minority Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, one of the strongest Congress leaders of North Bengal, became the MoS for Railways of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury, one of the oldest Congress leaders from West Bengal, became the MoS for Health & Family Affairs of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Ninag Ering became the MoS for Minority Ministry of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Parika Balram Nayek became the MoS for Social Justice (Samajik Nyay & Swa-Shaktikaran) of India on & from 28th October 2012.
  • Shri Lal Chand Katariya became the MoS for Defence Ministry of India on & from 28th October 2012.

These are the new faces introduced in Indian Ministry on 28th October 2012 (list mentioned in Bengali language for the people of West Bengal).
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Voter ID Card Issue & Correction Process Online – New Voter Card Application Form Details

New Epic / Voter ID Card Registration Application Process Online, Correction of Voter ID Card, How to get new Voter Card Epic?

Voter ID Card (Voter Identity Card / EPIC Card) is one of the proofs that we are an Indian Citizen along with Driving License, PAN Card. But, Voter ID (EPIC) Card is one & only Identity that allows to Vote our favourite one during Election. People, on & beyond 18 years of age, are eligible to apply for New Voter ID Card in India. Here we will check out few details regarding Voter ID Card Issue, Correction & Online Voter Card application process.

New Voter ID Card Issue – Correction of Voter Card Process
You are now 18 years of age & want to know how to apply for New Voter ID Card? Are you looking for New Voter Card Application Process Online? How to get your name registered for new Voter Card? Indian Citizen, who are eligible (18 years of age on prescribed date) for registering & getting their New Voter ID Card, should visit their Area’s Vote Kendra with recent photograph, age proof & address proof during the scheduled date announced by Election Commission for Issuing & Correction of Voter ID Card. If you are going to Vote Kendra for registering your name as Voter and want to get your New Voter ID Card (first time Voter Name Registration) then you should use Form No.6 and advised to carry your photo & other relevant documents like Age Proof, Address Proof etc. If you want to register your name as New Voter & want to get New Voter ID Card Application Form online then visit http://ceowestbengal.nic.in website. You may Download Application Form or may apply online for new Voter Card.

Spelling mistake on your Voter ID Card? Wrong address / age mentioned on your Voter ID Card? Do you want to make correction of your Voter Card? How to rectify / correct / change mistakes of Voter ID Card? Can you apply online for correction of Voter ID Card? Indian Citizens having mistakes on their Voter ID Card can correct the wrong information mentioned. Correction of Voter ID Card Details is possible through Online process & for that you required to visit http://ceowestbengal.nic.in website. You may download application form for Correction of Voter Card or may collect Form from the Vote Kendra of yours. Please follow, TV News or Newspapers to know when actually the Correction & Issuing of New Voter ID Card process starts at your area. Normally, Issuing & Correction of Voter ID Card process starts few months prior to Election of your region.

Voter ID Card Issue, Correction & Compliant Related Application Form Details
Someone would like to register his/her name for the first time and want to get their New Voter ID Card. Someone would visit Vote Kendra to change few mistakes on their Voter ID Card i.e., changing / correcting name spelling, address, age etc on Voter ID Card. Someone would visit Vote Kendra with any compliant related to Voter ID Card. Thus, there are several types of Application Forms are available at the Vote Kendra where you can get new voter card or may correct voter card related issues. Let’s check out which Application Form is applicable for which one -
  • New Voter ID Card Issue i.e., to get new Voter ID on your name – one should use the Form No.6.
  • New Voter ID Card Name related compliant i.e., if any Voter ID Card issued on a name that shouldn't be done and you want to compliant regarding that then you should use Form No.7.
  • Voter ID Card Correction i.e., if there is any mistake in your Voter ID Card like Name Spelling mistake, Address mistake, Age mistake etc.; then you should use Form no.8 for the Correction of Voter ID Card details.
  • Changing the Part no. of same Bidhansabha (Constituency) i.e., if you have changed / shifted your house (address) in the same Constituency (Bidhansabha area); then you should use Form No. 8a.

Know your Voter ID Card Details
Election Commission of India has started sms & calling process for the people of India to know their Voter ID Card details. If you want to know your Constituency Name & Details of your Vote Kendra then you required to send a SMS writing only the ‘Voter ID Card Number’ to 94336-33333 number. You will receive a SMS mentioning your Vote Kendra, Constituency details etc.

For further details on Voter ID Card please visit http://ceowestbengal.nic.in website now. Make your Voter Card and utilize your right.
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New Ministers of WB State & Indian Government – After Resignation of TMC & Congress Ministers in September 2012

Trinamool Congress Party Supremo Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, pulled their support from UPA-II Government led by Congress on 18th September 2012 [Decision announced & Officially on 21st September 2012] and as per the decision taken by TMC Party leaders; six Ministers of Indian Government of TMC Party resigned on 21st September 2012 (Friday). The reason behind TMC withdrawing support to UPA-II Government had been discussed [read now] earlier.

TMC Ministers resigned from Indian Government (UPA-II)
Shri Mukul Roy (Railway Minister of India), Shri Saugata Ray, Shri Sisir Adhikari, Shri Sudip Bandopadhyay, Shri Chowdhury Mohan Jatua and Shri Sultan Ahmed – these six ministers submitted their resignation letter to Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh on 21st September 2012 and then went to Rashtrapati (President of India) Shri Pranab Mukherjee to submit the letter of TMC pulling out support from UPA-II Government.

One day later, six Congress Ministers of Government of West Bengal also submitted their resignation letter. On 22nd September 2012 (Saturday) six Congress leaders who were in the Ministry of West Bengal had resigned from TMC led Government of West Bengal.
Congress Ministers resigned from TMC led WB Government
Shri Manas Bhuniya (Micro, Medium & Small Enterprises, Textiles & Irrigation and Waterways Minister of West Bengal Government), Shri Abu Hena (Food Processing & Fisheries Minister of WB Govt.), Shri Sunil Tirkey, Shri Abu Naser Khan Chowdhury, Shri Pramathnath Roy and Mrs. Sabina Yasmin submitted their resignation letters to Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee and then went to meet Governor of West Bengal M.K. Narayanan with the letter of Congress withdrawing support from W.B. Government led by TMC.

Resignation by TMC Ministers & Resignation by Congress Ministers in September 2012, make the Ministry positions vacant and thus both Indian Government & W.B. State Government started their meetings discussing the new Minister names in India & West Bengal after the resignation happened.

As of now, Indian Government has handed over the responsibilities of Indian Railways to Union Minister C.P. Joshi. The position of Indian Railway Minister became vacant after the resignation of Shri Mukul Roy (one of the TMC Ministers who resigned on 21st September 2012).

The new Minister names of Indian Government & the new Minister names of West Bengal Government will be announced very soon. Keep in touch.
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Mamata Banerjee Withdrawing Support to UPA-2 Government

After a marathon meet happened on 18th September 2012 at Town Hall, Kolkata Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee announces their party decision of withdrawing their support to the UPA-2 GovernmentTMC founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee said that the TMC Leaders, who are in the Central Ministry, will submit their resignation to the Prime Minister on 21st September 2012 (Friday) at 3pm.

Why Mamata Banerjee took this decision of withdrawing their support to UPA-2 Government?
Last week Congress-led UPA-2 Government announced few measures like Limiting LPG Cooking Gas 6 per year per family, Diesel price hike by Rs.5/- and allowing Foreign Direct Invest (FDI) in retail market. This decision took by UPA-2 Government was opposed by all opponent parties of Congress like BJP-led NDA, Left Front, and most importantly UPA-2 alliance party Trinamool Congress. TMC founder Mamata Banerjee always worked for the people and never intends to increase price in any sector that would harm common people. Thus, UPA-2 Government was given 72-hours by Mamata Banerjee, who works for Maa Maati Manush, to think on their decision & to roll-back. As per the schedule, 72-hours deadline ends on 18th September 2012 (Tuesday) and so Mamata Banerjee met with all TMC Leaders at Town Hall of Kolkata and after the marathon meeting of 3 hours Mamata Banerjee announces TMC party decision.
What are the decisions Mamata Banerjee took on protest of diesel price hike, LPG cooking gas limitation & allowing FDI policy of UPA-2 Government on 18th September 2012?
Around 8:30pm on 18th September 2012 (Tuesday), Mamata Banerjee announces that –
  • Ministers from TMC party will submit their resignation on 21st September 2012 (Friday) at 3pm. Ministers like Sougata Roy, Mukul Roy, Sudip Bandopadhyay & others will submit their resignation letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
  • TMC is withdrawing support towards Congress-led UPA-2.
Are there any chances of ‘TMC not withdrawing support from UPA-2 Government’?
Mamata Banerjee has also announces that if UPA-2 Government accepts the demands of Mamata Banerjee within 21st September 2012 then she can re-think about her decision of withdrawing support. Now, let’s check out what are the demands of Mamata Banerjee
  • At least 12 LPG Cooking Gas per year per family at cheap price.
  • Diesel price hike of Rs.5/- should reduce by Rs.4/- or Rs.3/-. It means, the Diesel Price should  increase by Rs.2/- or Rs.1/- only.
  • Disallow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail-market.
  • Reduce the price of fertilizers to help farmers of India in Agricultural field.
If UPA-2 Government agrees with the above conditions given by Mamata Banerjee by 21st September 2012, then Mamata Banerjee will re-think about her decision also.
What could happen next if UPA-2 disagree with Mamata Banerjee’s conditions and TMC withdraws their support?
Since, Trinamool Conrgess (TMC) is the largest alliance of Congress-led UPA-2 Government, thus withdrawing support to UPA-2 may result in Government falling down if other parties don’t support to UPA-2 Government in coming days and the election in India may happen before the scheduled year 2014.
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Bharat Bandh Reason - India Strike on 20th September 2012 Details

20th September 2012 [Thursday] Protest against UPA Government’s decision on Diesel price hike, LPG cylinders limitation and FDI in multi-brand retail will took place country-wide. Yes, Bharat Bandh [Strike in India] has been called by the BJP-led NDA along with other major opponent parties of Congress-led UPA Government on 20th September 2012. Left Parties also announced their support towards 20th September 2012 Bharat Bandh and declares 12-Hours All India General Strike on the same issue.

Since the Diesel price increased by Rs.5/-, the Private Bus Associations in Kolkata asked Govt. of West Bengal to increase the Private Bus Fare. But, as we know, Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee always against the increment of fare & price hike. This time also, Honourable Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is against the decision of UPA Government and also not willing to increase Private Bus Fares in Bengal to help the people. This is why; Bus Associations also started their Strike by withdrawing Private Buses from Kolkata from 17th September 2012. On 18th September 2012, All India Trinamool Congress led by Mamata Banerjee will decide what step to be taken against the diesel price hike, cooking gas limitations & allowing FDI. The deadline of 72-hours given to UPA Government by Mamata Banerjee & TMC [alliance party of UPA Government] for the roll-back of their “diesel price hike, cooking gas limitations & allowing FDI” decision will end on 18th September 2012.


Comrade Biman Bose, Left Front Chairman of West Bengal, requested people of Bengal to raise their protest against the diesel price hike, cooking gas limitation policy & FDI introduction in retail by joining 12-Hours All India General Strike on 20th September 2012. The Strike of 12-hours [Starting from 6am in the morning] has been announced in West Bengal and also in Tripura. CPI(M) ruling Left Front in Tripura also called for a 12-hours Strike (Bandh) on the same day on same issue.

Reason of 20th September 2012 Strike in India [Bharat Bandh]: - Congress-Led UPA Government has announced few things which would harm the interest of Indian Citizens and this is why opposition parties are going to show their protest through Bharat Bandh (Strike in India) on 20th September 2012. Let’s check out what are those measures announced by UPA Government - Diesel Price Hike by Rs.5/- per Litre, Limiting of subsidised Cooking Gas Cylinders to 6 per year, allowing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail and disinvestment in profit-making Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).

BJP-led NDA, Left Front, DMK & other opposition parties called for General Strike in India [Bharat Bandh] on 20th September 2012. Since, so many parties have jointly called for strike; it would surely ‘Shutdown India on 20th September 2012’. 

18th September 2012 update:
It was nearly 3 hours meeting of Trinamool Congress party leaders happened at Town Hall, Kolkata on 18th September 2012. After the meeting of TMC party leaders, around 8:30pm TMC Founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee withdraws their support from UPA-2 Government. Mamata Banerjee, who always worked for the people, earlier gave 72-hours deadline to UPA-2 Govt. to roll-back their decision. Mamata Banerjee asked for at least 12 LPG cylinders per family per year, FDI introduction shouldn't be done and diesel price shouldn't increase by Rs.5/- to the UPA-2 Government; but Congress-led UPA-2 Government didn’t make any decision within the scheduled time. Thus, today on 18th September 2012 in the evening Mamata Banerjee took a strong step for the people by announcing 'TMC withdrawing their support from UPA-2 Government'.

Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee, who took the decision of withdrawing their support from UPA-2 Govt. for the people, appeals to all people of Bengal not to do Strike (Bandh) on 20th September 2012. Check what decision Mamata Banerjee took on 18th September 2012 and think again whether you are with the Strike or against StrikeDoes strike really brings out any solution?

19th September 2012 update on West Bengal regarding Strike:
On & from 17th September 2012 the private bus associations had withdrawn public buses from Kolkata & nearby region on demand of Bus fare hike. People of Kolkata & nearby areas are facing problem reaching their destination from 17th September 2012 because of withdrawing public buses from Kolkata, Howrah, North 24-Pgs & South 24-Pgs. Though, Ministry of Transportation, Govt. of West Bengal has increased the number of Government Buses during this period and Mini-Buses, Taxis are also available; but   it's not enough for the people. Today (19th September 2012) Transport Minister of West Bengal, Shri Madan Mitra had a meet with Bus Associations and as a result, Private Bus Associations declares that the private buses will be available from now on. Private Bus Association asked Govt. of West Bengal to either increase private bus fare or to reduce the price of diesel. Bus Associations also declares that they will wait till 30th September 2012, 6pm to see what steps Govt. of West Bengal takes. On 30th September 2012 evening, private bus associations will have a meeting depending on the situation.
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Anti Ragging Helpline Phone Number of India – Where to Inform about Ragging?

What is the phone number to call to lodge compliant against Ragging happening in India? How to report Ragging issue online? Is there any Government authorized official website available to inform about Ragging happening in Indian School, College or Hostel? All of these important information about Ragging has been discussed below.

Ragging is one of those crimes that are increasing day by day especially in India. Often, we see news published on Ragging happening in Schools / Colleges in daily newspaper or television channel. Ragging is nothing but to impose the power of seniority to the junior students. Mostly, in Educational field i.e., in Schools, Colleges & Universities; Ragging happens more than professional field. The percentage of Ragging in School is much lower than Ragging in College / Institutes.

What is Ragging? In Colleges, Schools, Institutes & Hostels; senior students used to rag new-comers (new batch students) by forcing them to do whatever seniors want. If any senior ask new-students to ‘sing a song’ or to ‘give an introduction speech’, it would to do no harm. But, in recent past, seniors are trying to exploit new-comers by asking & forcing them to do physical & mental tasks for them. Even new-comers got beaten brutally by seniors in Colleges / Hostels if doesn't follow the senior’s instruction. This is where ‘crime’ has been done by students.

Ragging in Schools, Colleges, Institutions & Hostels isn’t happening to a certain State of India like West Bengal or Orissa; it’s happening in every state of India and thus to stop Ragging Supreme Court has ordered Educational Board of India to take Ragging as a serious crime and to punish students who are responsible for Ragging New Students. So many of students commit suicide at home or at hostel because of Ragging – isn’t it pathetic? In College, we send our children to educate and not to do crime like Ragging.

As per the order of Supreme Court, in every School & College an Anti-Ragging team will be available to protect students from facing Ragging. All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) already made Anti-Ragging campaign mandatory to all AICTE approved Institutes across India.

Since, few students got scared to tell whether any sort of Ragging has been made with him/her in public; thus Government of India has started an Anti-Ragging Helpline number in India along with a website. If any student facing any sort of ragging whether it’s minor or major, they can inform Anti-Ragging department by a phone call or through Internet. To protect students against Ragging www.antiragging.in website has been started for registering complaints / information & to know what the punishments of ragging in India are. If no Internet connection available, then students can call Anti Ragging Helpline Phone number 1800-180-5522 anytime from anywhere in India to inform about ragging.

Let’s fight against Ragging and try to make Educational Society crime free.
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India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 Application Process & Criteria Details

India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 is the platform where aspiring & merging Indian citizens can show their innovation and will get the opportunity to work on that. Agilent Technologies [Department of Science & Technology (DST) of Government of India] and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) jointly promoting the India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 event with the aim to support Innovation Ecosystem in India by sensitizing, encouraging & rewarding innovators and also by facilitating commercialization and start-up incubation of potential innovations. Let’s check out the focus areas, eligibility for participation, award details and how to participate in India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 below.

India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 Details

India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 Focus Areas are Water, Environment, Energy, Agriculture, Food Processing, Education, Healthcare, Assistive Technology, Internal Security, Transportation Infrastructure etc.

Who can participate in India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012? The eligibility criteria for Application to participate in India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 as follows – Indian Citizen aged above 18-years with Working prototype of the innovation.

Award Criteria of India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 – These are the various reward criteria of India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012Creativity & Originality, Application of Technology / Scientific Methodology, Potential for Commercialization, Potential for addressing social & global concerns.

India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 Partners are National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Government of Gujarat, Indian Angel Network (IAN), Technology Information Forecasting & Assessment Council – Technology Refinement & Marketing Program (TIFAC – TREMAP), Young Indians (Yi) and WWF India. In the year 2011 two (2) innovators of India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2011 were successfully incubated by i3 Incubation Partners.

How to register yourself / participate in India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012? Indian citizens are requested to Register Online at www.innocationgrid.org/i3 website. The Last date for India Innovation Initiative (i3) 2012 Applications (participation entries) is 31st August 2012. A special opportunity for MSMEs to be a part of WWF climate solver platform and for that one should visit www.wwfindia.org/about_wwf/reducing_footprint/climate_change_and_energy/solution/climatesolver/ link.
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Indian Vice-Presidential Election 2012 Dates – Nominations Candidate Details

Just after the completion of Indian Presidential Election 2012; another election process will begin & that’s for Vice-President Selection. Nirvachan Commission has announced the Dates for 2012 Indian Vice-Presidential Poll. Vice-President (Upa-Rashtrapati) selection will be done on 7th August 2012. Earlier on the day party leaders will vote and on the same day the counting & new Vice-President name will be announced. Candidates who want to contest in Indian Vice-Presidential Election 2012 should submit their nominations by 20th July 2012 and after submission of nominations for Vice-Presidential Election 2012 if any one want to withdraw his/her name from Indian Vice-Presidential Poll 2012; should withdraw latest by 23rd July 2012. Let’s check out the detail schedule below.

Indian Vice-Presidential Election 2012 Date Schedule
Last date of submission of Indian Vice-Presidential Election Candidate Nominations: - 20th July 2012.

Scrutiny date of Nominations for Indian Vice-Presidential Election: - 21st July 2012.

Last Date for Withdrawal of Nomination for Indian Vice-Presidential Election: - 23rd July 2012.

Indian Vice-Presidential Election 2012 Date Schedule: - 7th August 2012.

Result announcement of Vice-Presidential Election of India: - 7th August 2012.

The working period of current Vice-President of India Shri Hamid Ansari will end on 10th August 2012 and thus the whole process of selecting New Vice-President of India will be done before 10th August 2012.
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Indian Presidential Election 2012 – Dates & Candidate Details of President Poll 2012

candidates of Indian President election 2012, nominations for Indian Presidential Election 2012, President Poll of India 2012 Nominations Candidates, Indian Presidential election poll vote 2012 date schedule, result of Indian Presidential election 2012.
Time has come to elect the 13th President of India in 2012 Presidential Election because the period of present President Smt. Pratibha Patil is going to end in July 2012. Election Commission on Tuesday (12th June 2012) has announced the schedule of Indian Presidential election 2012. The Indian Presidential Election 2012 will be held on 19th July 2012 & the Indian Presidential Poll votes counting will be done on 22nd July 2012.

Indian Presidential Election 2012 Date Schedule
  • Last date of submission of nomination for Indian Presidential Election 2012 is 30th June 2012.
  • Scrutiny of Nominations for Presidential Poll of India 2012 is on 2nd July 2012.
  • Last date of withdrawal of nomination from Indian Presidential Election 2012 is 4th July 2012.
  • Date of Indian President Election 2012 is on 19th July 2012 [if necessary].
  • Vote counting date of Indian President Election 2012 is on 22nd July 2012.
UPA Government presented two names for the upcoming Presidential Election of India 2012 to their alliance parties. The two likely nominees for Indian President 2012 of UPA (Congress) Government were Finance Minister of India Pranab Mukherjee & current Vice-President Hamid Ansari. After the meeting with Mulayam Singh Yadav at New Delhi, TMC Leader & W.B. Chief Minister Smt. Mamata Banerjee upsets the speculated names presented by Congress for 2012 Presidential Election. Mulayam Singh Yadav & Mamata Banerjee suggested three names for upcoming 13th Indian Presidential Election 2012 on 13th June (Wednesday) & they were Former President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, current Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh & Somnath Chatterjee. But, on 14th June (Thursday) Congress party has upsets the suggestion of Mamata & Mulayam & stated that the recent Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will continue as P.M. till the end of work tenure i.e., 2014.

What will happen next? Already five names suggested for Indian Presidential Election 2012 [Pranab Mukherjee, Hamid Ansari, Somanth Chatterjee, APJ Abdul Kalam & Manmohan Singh] and all of these names rejected either by Alliance parties or by Congress party. Let’s wait & see who will finally contest for the position of 13th Indian Presidential Election 2012.

After a long discussion with other parties on 14th June & 15th June 2012, it has been announced by Congress party that Indian Finance Minister Dr. Pranab Mukherjee is the nominee for Indian President. Now, it will be very interesting to see who becomes the Finance Minister of India from now on.

Shri Pranab Mukherjee has been nominated by UPA and Shri P.A. Sangma has been nominated by the opponent parties of UPA for Indian Presidential Election 2012. Since, Shri Pranab Mukherjee resigned from Indian Finance Minister post for Presidential Election; thus Indian Prime Minister Shri Manmohan Singh is taking the responsibility of Indian Finance Ministry. During the 2nd week of July 2012, All India Trinamool Congress (AITMC) founder & leader Ms. Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, declared that her party leaders will support & cast vote for Shri Pranab Mukherjee in Indian Presidential Election 2012. Peacefully voting process was completed on 19th July 2012 and Shri Pranab Mukherjee became the 13th Indian President. Shri Pranab Mukherjee won by a huge margin over Shri P.A. Sangma and will take 'oath' as Indian President on 25th July 2012.

Shri P. Chidambaram was given the Indian Finance Ministry position in July 2012.
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Aaykar Sampark Kendra Helpline Phone Number & Facilities of ASK Income Tax Call Centres of India

Income Tax Department of India started Aaykar Sampark Kendra, which is call centre providing information on income tax, at Gurgaon to help people getting their queries resolved at home anytime. Other than the Gurgaon Aaykar Sampark Kendra Call Centre; there will be four regional call centres as well at Jammu, Shilong, Jungipur & Cochi. One of those four regional Aaykar Sampark Kendra has been established at Jungipur which is located at Murshidabad district of West Bengal. On 14th April 2012, Honorable Finance Minister of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee has inaugurated the service of Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Jungipur, Bengal.

Let’s check out what is the phone number of Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) and what are the facilities will people get from Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK).

Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) – Income Tax Helpline Number
Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline phone number1961 OR 1800-180-1961 (Toll Free) – People can call these Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) numbers from their landline or mobile phone.

Timings of Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) - Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) will work between 8am & 10pm from Monday to Saturday and on Sunday Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) will remain close.

Facilities available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) – People calling Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline number should get this mentioned information:
1. PAN / TAN application process, application status information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
2. Information about Assessing Officer of PAN card holder available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
3. ePayment, Payment Challan and ATM Tax payment process related information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
4. Tax Credit Statement (26AS) details available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
5. Refund Status information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
6. Tax Information Network (TIN) Facilitation Centre & PAN Service Centre information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
7. Income Tax / Property Tax submission form, process & category related information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
8. Digital Signature submission procedure and Income Tax Return e-filling process available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.
9. TDS information available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number of Income Tax Department.

Please visit www.incometaxindia.gov.in website of Income Tax Department of India to get more information about Tax Payment Online etc or call up available at Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) Helpline Customer Care number.
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Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 Online Application Process

Indian Government’s Women & Child Development Ministry invites applications for the Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 (Rajib Gandhi Sewa Award) from the deserving Indian Citizens. The Registration process of Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 is going on and interested candidates are hereby requested to visit www.wcd.nic.in to register online for Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 and to check the details about criteria & requirement parameters of Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 for participation as well. Remember, the Last date for Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Puraskar 2011 Registration / application is 30th June 2012.
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