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mera #bharat mahan
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First rain of the monsoon, and I can't even get out of my car. #thankyoucongress
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Action Taken by Government on Demands Raised by Baba Ramdev
Recovery of Black Money-
There is a legal framework regulated by the Reserve Bank of India for the opening of bank accounts overseas by Indian residents and for outward or inward remission of funds through authorized channels.
The existing legal framework for dealing with illicitly generated funds transferred overseas and measures for the attachment and repatriation of such illegal assets to India and provision for penalties for offenders are:
A. Under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA), money laundered out of predicate scheduled offences can be attached and seized and individuals and other legal entities found to have indulged in money laundering can be prosecuted. PMLA provides for imprisonment of minimum of 3 years (which can be extended up to 7 years) and a fine of up to Rs.5 lakh and the tainted proceeds parked overseas can be recovered through Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties. India has such treaties with 26 countries.
B. Under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA), cases relating to contravention in foreign exchange transactions by Indian residents can be adjudicated with penalty up to a maximum of 3 times the amount involved. Further, FEMA empowers the confiscation of the amounts lying abroad and directing their repatriation.
C. Under both statutes (FEMA and PMLA), investigation is taken up against specific persons, both natural and legal, and on the basis of specific information.
D. Section 105A of the Cr. PC provides for reciprocal arrangement and procedure for attachment and forfeiture of properties generated from the commission of an offence. Where such properties are situated overseas and treaty arrangements exist between Government of India and the other country, Letter Rogatories can be issued to a court / authority of the other country for execution of such an order.
E. Under the Income Tax Act also, income earned and not disclosed is taxable and also subject to penalty and interest, as well as prosecution. The amount recovered may even exceed the entire undisclosed income. This is in effect confiscation of such income / property.
Actions at hand
I. India has negotiated / renegotiated Double Tax Avoidance Agreements and finalized Tax Information Exchange Agreements with 44 countries so as to strengthen the exchange of information relating to tax evasion, money laundering and other criminal / illicit activities.
Collection of details regarding people who go frequently to ‘tax havens’.
Lok Pal Bill
A Joint Drafting Committee, consisting of Government and civil society representatives is already looking into the provisions of the Bill. Government is committed to the widest possible consultation on the Lok Pal Bill before its introduction in Parliament and subsequently until the passage of the Bill. As a first step, State Governments and political parties are being consulted. Further consultations with the public will follow.
Stronger punishment for the corrupt
Special Courts for dealing with corruption cases
Public Services Delivery Act
Technical Education in Indian Languages
Land Acquisition Act
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If Ramdev hasn't already,these ppl certainly seem to 've found a cure for AIDS.Douches playing with ppl's emotions
- 1149 days ago via site
Hi Indian folks..must read...The whole world is looking on us, including Obama and rest.
Why we should elect stupid-lazy-slaves-sleeping-brainless-looter-rowdies-non patriotic,non-Indian, MPs? think about our futre generation,70% current MPs are just 3-4 plates briyani eaters and alcoholic,murders,rapist.... useless for the country.wake up join with me,we can change India,step out and rush to me, I am the Saviour of India.God told me to save India, coming soon for modern,poverty less,green,healthy India.
Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Karia Munda released the report.Several prominent members of the Lok Sabha were among nominal spenders of MPLADS funds while several of those who registered a "good attendance" were not "good performers".
MPs with "good attendance " not "good performers ", says report
New Delhi, May 23: Several prominent members of the Lok Sabha were among nominal spenders of MPLADS funds while several of those who registered a "good attendance" were not "good performers", a report said today.
Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Karia Munda released the report 'Representatives at work', prepared by NGO 'Mass for Awareness' on the working of the 15th Lok Sabha MPs for 2010-2011.
This is the second year that the report has been prepared by the NGO, under its awareness campaign 'Vote for India'.
The report analysed the working of MPs on the basis of their presence in Parliament, partnership, Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) and other aspects and were judged on their age, occupation, education and other criteria.
The report said the women MPs were good performers with good attendance.
According to the report, Parliament had a total of 72 sittings during 2010-11 with the total time of 260 hours and 20 minutes spent. In total, 194 hours and 58 minutes was wasted due to the chaotic scenes demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on 2G Spectrum scam and other issues. The proceedings were disrupted for 11,512 times.
The first part of the report shows that 12 MPs registered 100 per cent attendance of whom seven were from the Congress.
About 180 MPs had an attendance of more than 60 days at the total 72 sittings of the House.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi and AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi attended 24 and 19 days respectively.
MPs belonging to the age group of 25-40 years registered 72 per cent presence while those of 41-60 years and above 60 years had a presence of 74 and 78 per cent respectively.
The report also suggested that the MPs with film background are the lowest scorers with 48 per cent attendance.
The second part which deals with the Question Hour shows that only three members have asked more than 200 questions.
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"Civilizations have arisen in other parts of the world. In ancient and modern times, wonderful ideas have been carried forward from one race to another...But mark you, my friends, it has been always with the blast of war trumpets and the march of embattled cohorts. Each idea had to be soaked in a deluge of blood..... Each word of power had to be followed by the groans of millions, by the wails of orphans, by the tears of widows. This, many other nations have taught; but India for thousands of years peacefully existed. Here activity prevailed when even Greece did not exist... Even earlier, when history has no record, and tradition dares not peer into the gloom of that intense past, even from until now, ideas after ideas have marched out from her, but every word has been spoken with a blessing behind it and peace before it. We, of all nations of the world, have never been a conquering race, and that blessing is on our head, and therefore we live....!"
- Swami Vivekanand (Indian Philosopher)
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Relatively clean road, never before seen barricades on NH 65, borrowed from SOMA company working on NH 1 #Congress
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