Infrastructure for combating cyber crimes

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

States/Union Territories (UTs)have set up 169 cyber police stations across the country to combat ever rising cyber crimes in the country as per a latest report, Data on Police Organisatons for 2020 by the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D). Union Government in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) provides overarching logistic support to enable them to function effectively. In the scheme of the Constitution of India, Law and Order are State subjects.

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Eight years of NDA Union Government’s misgovernance

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

Eight years of NDA Union Government’s misgovernance since 2014 has plunged the nation into the vortex of communalism, hatred, religious polarization, divisive/majoritarian politics, ever-rising unemployment, growing inflation, farmer crisis and economic downturn as never before, making India a dystopia, a society characterized by human misery, squalor, oppression and disease. Besides, the Prime Minister made India communal and authoritarian.

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Policing VPNs

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

Recent directive of the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (Cert-In) requiring Virtual Private Network (VPN) service providers to store user data for five years, is  yet another step to make India a full fledged surveillance state following all other internet based free flow of information having already been policed by the current fascist union government. Journalists, activists and others who use VPNs to hide their Internet footprint will now be in quandary to think whether to use such devices.

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Failure of states to adopt model prison manual

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

Union Government in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has raised concern over failure of the States/Union Territories (UTs) to adopt Model Prison Manual 2016 for improving jail administration and security of jails.

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झारखंडी जन आंदोलन का तात्कालिक संभावित नीति-सूत्र : सालखन मुर्मू

Approved by admin on Tue, 05/03/2022 - 09:16

:: न्‍यूज मेल डेस्‍क ::

झारखंड में राजनीतिक हलचल तेज है। झारखंड स्थापना से अब तक 22 वर्षों में अनेक बार सत्ता का परिवर्तन हुआ है, आगे भी होगा। परंतु क्या झारखंडी जन अर्थात आदिवासी- मूलवासी की जीवन में कोई परिवर्तन हो सका है? नहीं। उसका सपना "अबुआ दिसुम- अबुआ राज" के खिलाफ सब कुछ हो रहा है। तब क्या झारखंडी जन पार्टियों / नेताओं को कोसने के बदले निम्न नीति- सूत्र पर चिंतन मंथन कर एक नया झारखंड, अपने सपनों के झारखंड को सच बनाने के सार्थक पहल में भागीदारी निभा सकेगा ?

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A healer extraordinaire

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

India’s civilisational holy treatise, the Vedas mention Ayurveda as a system of medical knowledge having been transmitted from God to sages and from sages to human physicians. Originated in ancient India, it is a system of holistic and natural alternative medical care that ensures health of the healthy and cure for all types of illnesses to enable the patients to live healthy and long life. Healers in this system of medical care are known as Vaidya(s).

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Strengthening India’s cyber security

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

Police and Public Order are State subjects in keeping with the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India making the States and Union Territories primarily responsible for deployment of adequate infrastructural facilities, state-of-the-art technology gadgets, manpower and training of police to combat the menace of growing cyber crimes. However, the Central Government supplements the initiatives of the States/Union Territories (UTs) through advisories and schemes for the capacity building of their law enforcing agencies.

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Indian Railways fast-tracks privatization

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

With a recent letter from Cabinet Secretary to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Railway Board in the Ministry of Railways asking him to intimate his office the monthly progress of privatization of Indian Railways, the process of its all round privatization has been fast tracked. This follows recommendations of a Panel on Rationalisation of Government Bodies and Proposal for the Ministry of Railways, headed by Principal Economic Advisor Sanjeev Sanyal in the Ministry of Finance.

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Bridging digital divide to accelerate India’s development

:: M.Y.Siddiqui ::

Gulf between those who have ready access to computing devices and Internet, and those who do not have, is generally known as digital divide. There is a digital divide between rich and poor in terms of use of computers. Digital divide denies half the world’s citizens access to digital education, work and participation in modern life. Without Internet access, people in vulnerable situations are suffering throughout pandemic driven school and work closures.

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