Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Uddhav Thakrey's Interview at Matoshree

Watch Exclusive Interview of Shivsena Executive president Uddhav Thakrey's Interview in Marathi. It was aired on ABP Majha News Channel. path --

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Sukma Collactor Release

I am fine, want to reach home soon, says collector after release

Mayur Parikh, ABP News Correspondent
Thursday, 03 May 2012 15:32

Raipur: Sukma collector Alex Paul Menon, who was held hostage by Maoists for 12 days, told reporters after being released that he is fine and wants to reach his home as soon as possible. He also thanked the mediators on both the sides to have made this release possible.
Asked if he would serve as collector in Sukma district again, he replied:"If the state government wishes, I am ready to serve in Sukma district as collector."
Menon walked out of the Maoists hideout after 6.30 p.m. looking tired and exhausted and seemed desperate to be with his loved ones.
Menon was handed over to Prof. G Hargopal and BD Sharma, the two mediators handpicked by the ultras, at a secret location in Tarmetla jungle, deep inside the ‘Red Zone’ 500 kilometres from Raipur.
Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh welcomed the release and expressed his thanks to the media in the "campaign for the safe release of the collector". He described the release as a "first step toward achieving peace with the Maoists in the state."
Meanwhile, celebrations also broke out at his family home in Chennai where his relatives could be seen bursting firecrackers and distributing sweets among the people.
Earlier in the day mediators Professor Hargopal and BD Sharma left for securing his release.  A late night statement by the Maoists had said, "We are ready to hand over Menon on May 3 in front of people of Tadmetla."

The 32-year-old IAS officer, was abducted on April 21.  The breakthrough to ensure the safe return of Menon came in the form of an agreement between the mediators of the two sides at their fourth round of talks on Wednesday.

Under this, government has agreed to set up a high-powered committee headed by Nirmala Buch, one of the two government mediators, to review the cases of all prisoners languishing in Chhattisgarh jails including the cases demanded by the Maoists. The Maoists had earlier demanded release of eight of their jailed leaders and an immediate halt to operations by security forces against them for the release of Menon.
But the agreement finally reached does not envisage the release of any jailed Maoists. Last week, the Maoists sent an e-mail to the media, explaining why they had kidnapped Mr Menon. The e-mail said that the Sukma collector was engaged in anti-Maoist activities in the region which is why he became their target.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Black marketing of train tickets in Mumbai

My sting poeration in the year 2012...

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Sting Operation on blackmarketing of railway tickit. - Operation Black

This is Sting Operation on Mumbai - Goa train route. exposes, how Ticket Checkers do black marketing of ticket.

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Properties near Mumbai.....

Well!!! Property rates in Mumbai is too high.... but if you are ready to move bit far from Mumbai.. than Probably you can get some good properties...

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Soaring Loan Rate and Common man.

Loan rates in India is going up. This has changed Common Man's Financial methamatics.

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Team India got a worthless piece of metal after World Cup

This is my EXCLUSIVE story. Team India got worthless World Cup. I made this story with the help of RTI Act.

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Here is Rajive Shukla's EXCLUSIVE interview on fake trophy.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

EMI and its impact - A casestudy

Mayur Parikh, ABP News Correspondent
In 2000, the EMI rate was 8.25 per cent. But it rose to 9.25 per cent in 2004. It took another leap in 2008 and reached to almost 10 per cent. The rate was again jumped to 10.5 per cent in 2009.
Kirti Virola took the loan of Rs 3 lakh. With EMIs going up, his monthly expenses were higher than his income. Therefore, he decided to repay the entire loan. Kirti now thinks that he cannot buy another flat as the EMI rates are reaching 12 per cent these days. He is terribly disappointed.