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National Advisory Council (NAC) ofIndia is an illegal  super  Cabinet to control the illegal Prime Minister and CIA ISI  agent Manmohan. NAC was set up on 4-6-2004 by dummy Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during UPA-I, to give the government control to the Italian pro*statute who cannot be the Prime Minister on her own. The funds for the council are provided from the allocation for the Prime Minister’s Office and a cabinet rank is given to Sonia. If India was a nation following its own constitution, then Sonia could not have been able to  contest even a municipal election in India in the same way as an Indian who becomes a naturalised Italian citizen cannot contest even an Italian municipal election.  But the dumb,  idiotic and corrupt Hindu bas*tards of BJP, who will sell their mothers for petty cash, under the stupid steroid filled Haji Vajpayee altered Indian constitution to enable Sonia to become an MP in India. The funds for the functioning of this NACl are provided from the budgetary allocation for the Prime Minister’s Office. NAC is goon team of 35 members to subvert Indian constitution and our parliamentary system of law making etc.  The dummy Manmohan is from the Ragya Sabha, where  political old duds  were sent by the state legislatures. Indian convention is to elect a Prime Minister from Lok Sabha.  But Manmohan cannot win any election.  An illegal group of Christians and muslim fanatics advise this pope’s plant Sonia, so that India will disintegrate.  On 23 March 2006, Sonia had to resign  from the post of chairmanship of the NAC as she was also holding an Office of profit.  On 29 March 2010, she wormed back as the chairperson of NAC to control her dummy PM and its dummy cabinet ministers. NAC members are Sonia Gandhi chairperson, Jean Dreze, Farah Naqvi , Anu Aga, Deep Joshi, Pramod Tandon, M.S. Swaminathan, Ram Dayal Munda , Aruna Roy, Narendra Jadhav,  Harsh Mander, Madhav Gadgil , Naresh C Saxena,  A. K. Shiva Kumar,Mirai Chatterjee,  and secretary is Rita Sharma. Farah Naqvi, mainly worked on the anti Hindu, anti Indian, communal violence bill since the last five years. A*s licking congressmen has become sla ves of Sonia and ready to sell our country to mu slim terrorists like Farah Naqvi.

Cowering cops  grovelling netas

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Last Updated : 11 Sep 2011 09:00:28 AM IST

 

NEW DELHI: A reluctant Home Minister coupled with a crippled and demoralised police force are the two factors responsible for the paralysis that has seized government’s war on terror.

 

Despite Home Minister P Chidambaram’s assertiveness, police officers all over the country are unwilling to stick their necks or their guns out, fearing a witch-hunt by human rights organisations and politicians—mainly belonging to the UPA—baying for their blood.

 

For the past two years, not a single preventive arrest has happened in the country. They haven’t apprehended or silenced any sleeping terrorist modules either.   With over 60 police officers in jail for the alleged encounter deaths of terrorists like Sohra buddin and Prajapati, the law enforcement system is in a state of permanent freeze.

Central intelligence agencies like the IB and NTRO are toothless; they have no powers to arrest or detain suspects. Though the government has an anti-terrorism strategy, strong counter-terrorism measures are absent.  In his last press conference, Chidambaram had clearly stated that India needs an effective counter terrorism strategy to go after sleeping terror cells and finish them off, either by arrest or elimination.

It was for this purpose that various Anti-Terrorism Squads (ATSs) were created in all states.  Initially, the squads were a success, yielding phenomenal results by hunting down terror modules, sending terrorists to jail, even shooting them down if necessary.

Chidambaram’s first tenure as home minister was successful, with no major terror attacks.

But soon after UPA’s return to power in 2009, all anti-terror laws like POTA were diluted, or simply abolished in “secular” interest.

 

Most ATSs are in slumber; once fearless daredevils, who rushed into terrorist hideouts with guns blazing, they have become a shadow of their former self: they don’t fear terrorists; it is politicians and human rights activists whom they are afraid of.

 

Note from Bharatian: The  matter could be from the Tamil thief and illegal P Chidambaram who actually  lost the election in Tamil Nadu.   His opponent was declared elected.  But recounting  was demanded and by bribing a data entry operator, Chidambaram was declared elected later.  The matter is in court now. The notorious 2G thief Chidambaram had introduced the PN route for investment for Sonia’s black money and now the stock market is in the hands of terrorist funds.

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SONIA OR RAJIV DOES NOT BELONG TO GANDHI FAMILY AND CANNOT REPRESENT GANDHI IN INTERNATIONAL FORUMS

SONIA OR RAJIV DOES NOT BELONG TO GANDHI FAMILY AND CANNOT REPRESENT GANDHI IN INTERNATIONAL FORUMS

SONIA OR RAJIV DOES NOT BELONG TO GANDHI FAMILY AND CANNOT REPRESENT GANDHI IN INTERNATIONAL FORUMS

 

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RAHUL GANDHI AND HIS WIFE JUANITA WHO IS THE DAUGHTER OF A HEROIN PEDDLERS

RAHUL GANDHI AND HIS WIFE JUANITA WHO IS THE DAUGHTER OF A HEROIN PEDDLERS

RAHUL GANDHI AND HIS WIFE JUANITA WHO IS THE DAUGHTER OF A HEROIN PEDDLERS

 

 

 

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SONIA, RAJIV, RAHUL ARE THIEVES AND KGB AGENTS

SONIA RAJIV AND RAHUL ARE THIEVES AND KGB AGENTS

SONIA, RAJIV, RAHUL ARE THIEVES AND KGB AGENTS

 

Extracts from magazine Schweizer Illustrierte of Nov. 11, 1991, issue regarding Rajiv Gandhi’s numbered Swiss bank accounts amounting to 2 billion dollars.


Who will probe first family’s billions?: New Indian Express

Updated on Friday, May 01, 2009, 00:00

http://www.zeenews.com/news528156.html

 

New Delhi, May 01: Mrs Antonia Maino (aka Sonia) Gandhi has finally broken her silence on the Indian slush money abroad. She told her party workers in Mangalore on April 27, 2009 that “the Congress was taking steps to address the issue of untaxed Indian money in Swiss banks”.

 

The delayed response of the first family of the Congress party, troubled by the issue from the word go, is understandable. But, the Swiss money has already become an electoral issue.

That is what has finally forced the family to speak so that the party is not any further seen as being in denial and cynical about the Indian slush funds abroad. It is the family’s silence, and the party’s denial, that turned the issue into an election agenda. Shorn of the allegations normal in election time, all that L K Advani had said on March 29 was this: ‘Mr Prime Minister, vigorously take up the issue of Swiss type secret banking and tax havens in the G20 meeting of April 2’.

Had the PM told Advani that that was precisely what he was intending to do, that would have been the end of the BJP effort to make an issue of it. A Congress party, unburdened by its first family’s anxieties, would have done precisely that, particularly when elections are round the corner. But neither the PM nor the party officials would dare do that. Why? Read on for the underlying drives.

The first family has other, perhaps bigger, reasons to worry, apart from about the Bofors slush money. Two more stunning exposures — but not as well-known as the Bofors scam — make the first family a target for investigation on slush money. Now on to the heart of the story which has three limbs.

The shocking exposure came from Switzerland itself. The most popular magazine of Switzerland, Schweizer Illustrierte, [dated November 11, 1991] did an expose of 14 politicians of developing nations who, it said, had stashed their bribes in Swiss banks. The title of the expose in German read “Fluchgelder — Die Schweizer Konten der Dictatoren”.

In English it meant, “Curse of money — The Swiss bank accounts of the Dictators”. Rajiv Gandhi figured in the expose as one with slush funds in secret accounts. Schweizer Illustrierte is not some rag. It is the Number One Swiss magazine and sells some 2,10,000 copies. Its readership is 9,18,000 — some 15 per cent of Swiss adults. The magazine had mentioned specific amounts in secret Swiss accounts of different leaders with their pictures alongside.

The report under the picture of Rajiv Gandhi, translated into English, read: “2.5 billion francs on the Indian secret accounts in Switzerland” of “Rajiv Gandhi, Indian”. Today the amount of 2.5 billion Swiss Francs equals 2.2 billion US Dollars. But as Rajiv was no more by then, it must become the family inheritance. The other leaders captured by the magazine were: Suharto of Indonesia (25.5 billion), Haile Selassie of Ethiopia (22.5 billion), Mobutu of Zaire (6 billion), Shah Pehlvi of Iran (5.7 billion), Saddam Hussein of Iraq (800 million), and Nicolas Ceausescu of Romania (500 million). The figures of slush money mentioned were in milliarden (meaning ‘billions’) units of Swiss Francs. Had Rajiv been alive then, the expose would have caused a political tsunami in India.

The box item above shows the pictures and the amounts of the leaders as appearing in the magazine.

More than the slush money charge it is the family’s silence about it, which is baffling. The number one magazine in Switzerland had made the damning charge that Rajiv Gandhi had left behind slush funds of $2.2 billion and yet the family has kept mum for 18 years now. How could any honest person tolerate such a serious charge? Well, one could say that the family might not have challenged it because it was published in far away Switzerland. But Dr Subramanian Swamy had included the Schweizer Illustrierte expose in his write-up “Do You know your Sonia?” in his party, the Janata Party, website, seven years ago, in 2002. It is still on the Party’s website. Photocopies of the expose in the Swiss magazine are shown at pages 51 to 53 of Dr Swamy’s write-up; also an e-mail from the magazine addressed to Dr Swamy on February 22, 2002 at page 50. The e-mail confirms what the magazine had reported.

Rahul’s $0.2 mn encounter with FBI

IANS, Mar 8, 2005, 08.43pm IST

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1045368.cms

 

LUCKNOW: A suit has been filed in the high court here seeking information about the alleged detention of Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and his Colombian girlfriend by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2001.

The petition, filed by four lawyers, is likely to be heard Wednesday.

According to the public interest litigation, Gandhi, the son of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and his companion were released after being detained at Boston airport following the intervention of the Prime Minister’s Office.

At that time, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Indian prime minister and Gandhi was not a member of the Lok Sabha.

“Vajpayee’s principal secretary and then national security adviser Brajesh Misra spoke to top US authorities to enable Rahul Gandhi and his girlfriend to get away,” claimed Prem Chandra Sharma, who moved the court along with three others.

 

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Americans are saying that nuclear plant not-in-my-backyard

Americans are saying that nuclear plant not in my backyard

 

Americans are saying that nuclear plant not-in-my-backyard

January 2011

A Chicago-based nuclear utility is now clashing  with a  group of Texas ranchers over preapproval of a nuclear reactor site.  The conflict involves the first application by a utility for approval of an entirely new site for a reactor without actually scheduling the construction of one. Exelon utility firm has filed the application, that has stated that it will not build on the site unless business conditions change. Meanwhile, opponents of the project figure that if they do not object now, they will never have another opportunity, and they say they have found unique problems with the geology of the spot.  The Victoria County project, named for the surrounding county, is 13 miles south of the city of the same name. Exelon says that because of low prices for natural gas, and the lack of a price on carbon dioxide emissions, it does not want to build a reactor there now. Instead, it is applying for early site approval.

 

Getting site approval could take months or years in USA.   If a company gets a site approved and later selects a reactor design that has been pre-approved by the commission, it speeds up the project. Under the old US system, the one used to build the 104 reactors now running, the government gave a utility permission to construct a plant, and as it neared completion, the parties spent months in hearings to determine whether it was safe to run.  Under the old system, a utility could get permission to build but then needed to wait, after construction was complete, for permission to run the plant. If a company must wait while an investment stands idle is expensive.  The public has hired geologists who are raising detailed objections about growth faults, which do not lead to earthquakes but do cause subsidence, as the basin that includes the Gulf of Mexico grows. A report, commissioned by an organization called Texans for a Sound Energy Policy, found that one fault had created a dip eight inches deep in a nearby road, according to the geology report, produced by a Colorado firm, John C. Halepaska & Associates. The report quotes from Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidance documents says that preferred sites are those with a minimal likelihood of surface or near-surface deformation. Another fault runs under the area staked out for the cooling pond of the new reactors. A shift could make the dikes around the pond collapse, according to the group, letting the cooling water drain away. The report also argues that among the 65 sites where nuclear power is now generated in the United States, only one, the South Texas Project, has any oil and gas wells on it. Old wells sometimes vent poisonous gas or combustible methane. Also there was simply too little water during drought periods to allow the reactor to operate. Locals do not want changes in a landscape that has not been substantially altered in generations.

 

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FRENCH SOLD 2 EPR REACTORS TO FINNS AT EUR 3 BILLIONS AND IS SELLING TO CORRUPT INDIAN GOVERNMENT AT EUR 7 BILLIONS

FRENCH SOLD 2 EPR REACTORS TO FINNS AT EUR 3 BILLIONS AND IS SELLING TO CORRUPT INDIAN GOVERNMENT AT EUR 7 BILLIONS

FRENCH SOLD 2 EPR REACTORS TO FINNS AT EUR 3 BILLIONS AND IS SELLING TO CORRUPT INDIAN GOVERNMENT AT EUR 7 BILLIONS

AMERICANS ARE NOT INTERESTED IN NUCLEAR POWER

JANUARY 2011

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission or NRC received applications for a total of 26 reactors till the end of 2008. In  2009, only one application for a new nuclear facility, with two reactors, was received. In 2010 US Nuclear Regulatory Commission did not receive any applications for any new reactors. This lack of interest in new projects are due to rising costs, adverse regulatory decisions, difficulties in negotiations for new reactors, and last minute reactor design changes,  low prices of  natural gas, etc.

Out of the 17 applications for new reactors received by the NRC from 2007-2010, only one company has received a loan guarantee for a two reactor project from the Department of Energy.  US nuclear industry faces controversies, economic realities like high cost, waste disposal uncertainties etc.  Exelon Corp, the largest nuclear operator in the U.S., abandoned plans to build a reactor at the Victoria site in Texas.

Energy firms feel that natural gas and wind are better options than nuclear power. Experts feel that construction of new nuclear power plants will not be taken up in USA for another two decades.  In October 2010, Constellation Energy pulled out of its partnership with EDF to develop a third reactor at Calvert Cliffs after receiving an offer for a federal loan guarantee of $7.6 billion.  Constellation Energy found the cost of the guarantee of $880 million too onerous.  Additionally, the energy company reported that the drop in power prices and lack of a carbon price make justification of the construction costs difficult. While it is tempting to look to other countries for successful templates for new nuclear construction, there are problems there too.  Two notable projects, in Finland and France, are both experiencing delays and cost-overruns. The Olkiluoto project in Finland, the first French reactor built in some time, was originally scheduled to be complete in April 2009, but is now projected to be complete in the second half of 2013, which is four years behind schedule. This project is also over budget.  Originally projected to cost 3 billion euros, by May 2009 the estimate had reached 6 billion euros, all with no guarantees on when it will actually begin producing electricity.  Contributing to the magnitude of this example is the fact that the project is heavily subsidized: a reported low interest rate of only 2.6 percent which is about equal to inflation in Europe.  French taxpayers are bearing almost all the cost overruns, since AREVA, the company building the plant gave the Finns a turnkey fixed-price contract and AREVA is about 85 percent owned by the French government.  In the United States, the costs of one year delay of a two reactor project were estimated by Florida Power & Light to be $800 million to $1.2 billion.  AREVA was able to trap the corrupt Indian government for two untested, never operating anywhere in the world EPR reactors at EUR 7 billion which is more than double the cost at which the French sold two reactors to Finns.

In Levy County, Florida, the Progress Energy has proposed a two reactor project. Originally projected to be online by 2016, the project has been delayed by at least 20 months to March of 2018, and could be online as late as 2021. In addition, the project is now expected to cost over $22 billion dollars which is a $5 billion increase over the original $17 billion price tag.  These costs are already being borne by ratepayers, via payments through their bills that is called Construction Work in Progress or CWIP and it prompted lawsuits against the company. Starting in January of 2011, Florida Power & Light (FPL) will begin collecting $31 million from its ratepayers to finance the expansion of its Turkey Point facility.

In France, the EDF reactor at Flamanville is three years behind schedule. In addition, the cost was estimated in 2008 to be 4 billion euro, is now at least 1 billion euro over budget. A similar story is unfolding in Georgia where Georgia Power has proposed a two reactor expansion at the current Vogtle facility.  Southern Company, the parent of Georgia Power received a $8.3 billion loan guarantee in February of 2010 for this project.  In addition, Georgia Power ratepayers are paying $3.73/month in advance for this facility, which is expected to come online in 2016 and 2017 even though the reactor design has not yet been approved by the NRC. Ratepayers in South Carolina are also being forced to pay in advance for a proposed two reactor project that is projected to cost almost $10 billion.  In Texas, CPS Energy in San Antonio reduced its stake in the South Texas Project from 50 percent to 7.625 percent, citing rising costs.  The facility was originally projected to cost $ 5.4 billion, then it was $10 billion excluding financing costs, then $14 billion, causing CPS Energy to re-evaluate its position.   The total cost of the project, including financing costs is now projected to be over $18 billion.   Project partners with CPS says that they cannot build the reactors without receiving a federal loan guarantee, which they have not yet received.

 

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HINDU STUDENTS HAVE TO CONVERT TO CHRISTIANITY TO GET COLLEGE ADMISSION IN INDIA

Hindu students have to convert to christianity to get college admission in India

HINDU STUDENTS HAVE TO CONVERT TO CHRISTIANITY TO GET COLLEGE ADMISSION IN INDIA

 

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