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NON – EXISTENT INDIAN


Every mainstream Indian have at least one document who can serve proof of his identity and address. It may be your ration card, voter identity card, driving license or high-profile passport. These documents are your key to gain entry to any place, get reservation in train, open bank accounts, secure phone connection, and even to claim compensation in case of misfortune like accident or death.

We may have multiple identities, true and false identities as government always claim about false ration cards.

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Pass Companies Bill, 2011


Here are details of my petition to pass Companies Bill, 2011:

Petition title:                                                                                         

Pass (Indian) Companies Bill, 2011

Addressed to:

  1. Dr. M. Veerappa Moily, Minister of Corporate Affairs, Government of India
  2. Shri Yashwant Sinha, Chairperson, Committee on Finance, Parliament of India

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DEBATE IN RAJYA SABHA ON 3 AMANDMENT BILLS RELATING TO 3 CORPORATE PROFESSIONS


The minister of corporate affairs Mr. Veerappa Moily  on 12th December 2011 moved 3 bills namely; the Chartered Accountants (Amendment) Bill, 2010, the Cost and Works  Accountants (Amendment) Bill, 2010 and the Company Secretaries (Amendment) Bill, 2010

These bills were to amend sub-section (2) of Section 2 of three Acts namely the Chartered Accountant Act, 1949, the Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959 and the Company Secretaries Act, 1980.

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DEMOCRACY AGAINST LOKPAL


We are facing challenge to our democracy. Apparently it is from blood less revolt by civil society now and by other groups like Naxals before; but it is not a case. Our democracy is facing long standing challenges of credibility from its most visible face, our political representatives and their way of functioning.

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INDUCEMENT OF SEDITION IN INDIA


Today, after more than 60 of Indian independence, there is much talk about sedition and other laws in force. This time no one is talking about draconian laws like MISA, TADA, POTA, and UAPA. There is consensus amongst civil liberty activists that everyone know about these draconian laws and there widespread misuse all over India. After so – called conviction of Dr. Binayak Sen, focus has been shifted to general criminal laws like one for sedition and its potential misuses. Misuses of these laws generally do not attract attentions of general public and activists, and victim of these misuses silently suffer.

In ordinary criminal law i.e. Indian Penal Code sedition is defined as to bring or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt, or excites or attempts to excite disaffection towards the Government established by law in India.

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