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Pakistani child education activist Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian child rights campaigner, have jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize. At the age of just 17, Malala is the youngest ever recipient of the prize. The teenager was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in October 2012 for campaigning for girls’ education.

She now lives in Birmingham in the UK. The Nobel committee praised the pair’s “struggle against the suppression of children and young people”. Mr Satyarthi has maintained the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and headed various forms of peaceful protests, “focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain,” the committee said at the announcement in Oslo.

The 60-year-old founded Bachpan Bachao Andolan, or the Save the Childhood Movement, which campaigns for child rights and an end to human trafficking. Reacting to the news, Mr Satyarthi told the BBC: “It’s a great honour for all the Indians, it’s an honour for all those children who have been still living in slavery despite of all the advancement in technology, market and economy. Film jab tak hai jaan. “And I dedicate this award to all those children” Thorbjorn Jagland, chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, paid tribute to Malala’s achievements. “Despite her youth, Malala Yousafzai, has already fought for several years for the right of girls to education and has shown by example that children and young people too can contribute to improving their own situations,” he said. “This she has done under the most dangerous circumstances. Through her heroic struggle she has become a leading spokesperson for girls’ rights to education.” The committee said it was important that a Muslim and a Hindu, a Pakistani and an Indian, had joined in what it called a common struggle for education and against extremism. Malala first came to attention in 2009 after she wrote an anonymous diary for BBC Urdu about life under Taliban rule in north-west Pakistan.

She was shot when gunmen boarded her school bus in the Swat Valley. She has since recovered from the attack and has remained in the public eye, publishing an autobiography and addressing the UN General Assembly. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif congratulated Malala Yousafzai, calling her the “pride” of his country. “Her achievement is unparalleled and unequalled. Girls and boys of the world should take the lead from her struggle and commitment,” he said in a statement. Malala was named one of Time magazine’s most influential people in 2013, and awarded the EU’s prestigious Sakharov human rights prize that year.

She had been hotly tipped to win last year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Her win in 2014 takes the number of women awarded the prize to 16 out of 95. This year’s record number of 278 Nobel Peace Prize nominees included Pope Francis and Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege, although the full list was kept a secret. # Jeena Toh Aise Jeena #.

Shubhambhombe:What the reasons for unequal growth of different states?Some are growing faster relatively than the others.Because of Geographical location/Resources available.Better Governance -Attitude of peoples. Bhawana: What I think is the better governance and attitude of people play a major role in development of state.

SSB 12: Yeaahi agree wid ur pointin addition to this i thnk EDUCATION plays a vital role Bhawana: A state can develop when it have a corruption free gov. Who thinks state as a part of their survival. They should work with full faith. And people should support the gov too. People should have positive attitude towards govt Bhawana: I do agree with uh. But we can’t consider education Cz it is not given in point SSB 12: Hmmmokk Bt hw v cn expct corruption freee country Bhawana: Here vr are not talking abt corruption.

Here we are talking about development of state. Y there is unequal development N which is the most valid from above points. Shubhambhombe: According to my view attitude of people plays the most important role as people must understand the condition of the country and who can be the best person to lead the nation and fulfill the requirements so people should become aware and must choose a right right representative of their locality and hence improving the governance.Better government will be able to extract maximum output from resources through its better plans and non corruption dirty gamesand hence peoples right attitude is the most important. Bhawana: Hmmm N yeah if people will be in ryt direction. If people will support for the right thi g.if people doesnot becomes the part of gov. Then automatically govt will have to perform honestly and state will develop So it ol depends on attitude of people SSB 6: According to my view the geographical conditions of states and the multiculture system is responsible for unequal growth of states.

Shubhambhombe: Ohhk try to elaborate why you feel so friend. SSB 12: Above points of public attituden bettr governance r strng Bt excpt that resources availablity n geographicl factrs r olso imprtnt. Fr bttr developmnt shubhambhombe: Ya i agree with you friend that India have been observed as not a efficient manager of resources. Shubhambhombe: So i think india should also invest money on importing better technology from foreign countries to extract with maximum output.government should also invest on education so that we will be able to generate world class technology in our country only. SSB 12: Yesif v start usng our natural resources in well mannerd way. Then it wil lead to gud economic growth shubhambhombe: Rightly said SSB 14: Hlw guys will u plz tell mee wht r d natural resorces we hav in wich we cn invest well SSB 12: Nxt iz geographical n climatic conditions If v see Punjab, H.P.

N states in east due to gud geographicl location n well climatic conditions Agriculture develpmnt iz well n gud as compared to Rajsthan like state So.i thnk wid public ‘s attitude Natural factors also strengthen d developmnt of an state Bhawana: But we can’t say that state is developed on the basis of agriculture alone. A state can be developed due to infrastructure also SSB 12: Yesas gud infrastructure iz d part of developmnt similarly gud agriculture.iz olso d factor to develop any state or country Thatz wat m sayng shubhambhombe: Agriculture will help in increasing GDP via export and we can invest in on requirements like education infrastucture etc. SSB 12: Suppose v r wid well n gud infrastructure Yes it wil reflct our developmnt Bt with this geographical locations also mattr a lot As a single natural calmitecn burst ol that infrastructuren cn tk our devlpmnt many years Wid this i again strenghten my point That For a prfct developmnt, natural geographical locationsn climatic conditions play a major role shubhambhombe: That is what our point is peoples attitude better attitude will give better government will execute the plans rightly and fastly according to the calamity,budget distribution,foreign trade and relationships. SSB 12: Yesall that mst b well plaand. Bt still if v see practicaly Natural destruction cn nvr b fulfilled as d loss iz too massive Soit majorily effct d developmnt shubhambhombe: Yes friend that cam neither be stopped nor things could be retain 100% but atleast we can make a step forward to minimize destruction SSB 12: Frstly.if d geographical conditions r supportive Only then people’s attitude n bttr governance cn wrk Yesi agree wid umy frnd.

Thtzz wat i want to say Bhawana: But flood and landslide olso results in loss of fertility of soil ‪SSB 16: Not necessarily. Mizoram has above 90% literacy rates.

The geography of the sate is less than favorable. At the same time Bihar has a better geography comparative to Mizoram but lacks being in literacy rates.! Hence its not true that geographical conditions have an adverse effect over the overall development! 13:22, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: LOC is home to dos Jawans who stay der to guard Who stand tall without fear 13:23, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: Knowing dey would get killed anytym But still they Guard don’t noe where all dat courage comes from 13:24, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: Civilians are killed on the line of control by some bloody Pakistanis 13:25, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: Who fire from d back.knowing d fact dat they ll bloody lose if any Indo-Pak war takes place. 13:27, 10/5/2014 Z pardeep: Friends, we share approx. 4056km border line with pak along with this we have water, and border dispute like kashmir, baglihar project dispute,tul bul lake dispute.

Pak claim 26% on kashmir as part of pak.since independence we have losed thousand officer and soldier in proxy war with pak. So solve this issue who have sign many agreement like shimla agreement in 1972. Water treaty in 1960. But still this problem is going on.

13:27, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: But dey fire bcoz dey noe Ministers r busy Campaigning Busy looting d country. Busy attending functions. Busy preparing Speeches.

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13:27, 10/5/2014 Zkaran: Hey, why should you say pakistani?? There is several country like china.etc.?? 13:27, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: D topic is LOC not LAC. 13:28, 10/5/2014 SSB 1: Cross border firing, terrorist infiltration. What can be done to check it? 13:29, 10/5/2014 SSB 1: Ceasefire violations? 13:32, 10/5/2014 SSB 4: About firing nothing can’t be done.Because dey ll keep on firing nd we ll keep on responding.

And to Stop terrorist infiltration Mines can be Planted with GPS. But Ministers are busy in scams so these even won’t work. On September 30, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India concluded his first visit to the United States since his party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), won a majority in the lower house of India’s Parliament in the spring 2014 election. While the ostensible reason for the visit was to speak at the UN General Assembly, that speech was his least important engagement in the United States. On many counts this was a very successful visit. The two sides reiterated past commitments and found new areas for cooperation.

Modi reached out to various interest groups here in the United States in unprecedented ways. But at the same time, some of the issues that have divided our two nations in recent years remain unresolved. Overall, the revised agenda appears well balanced, with fewer “joint” initiatives that are really just thinly disguised unilateral interests. This approach should facilitate follow- through on both sides. Four Key Highlights from the Visit. Engagement beyond our Borders: The Joint Statement highlights a new willingness to work collaboratively on a wider set of global issues than was attempted in the past.

References to North Korea’s nuclear program, instability in Iraq and Syria, and the security of the South China Sea highlight a widening of the aperture of engagement. United States to Support Modi’s Economic Goals: The U.S. Government showed an important understanding of Modi’s goals and a willingness to engage on his priority issues. The United States proposed the launch of important bilateral programs on infrastructure development and manufacturing competitiveness. Modi Engages the American Public: Mr. Modi made an interesting attempt to engage the American public directly through his speech to 60,000 attendees at the Global Citizens Festival in New York City’s Central Park.

Introduced by actor Hugh Jackman, he delivered his only English-language speech during the visit, concluding his remarks with “May the force be with you.” Modi’s messages of empowering women and improving sanitation were aligned with the group’s goals. No Longer Need “Proxies” to Engage Business: Previous prime ministers had a distant relationship with foreign business leaders, which forced the construction of “proxy engagements” on business issues. However, Modi showed a new willingness to engage business leaders directly—just as when he was chief minister of Gujarat. He hosted a roundtable with key Indian-American executives, a breakfast with other American CEOs, a series of one-on-one meetings with CEOs, and delivered a speech to the U.S.-India Business Council just before departing the United States. Relations with Modi When looking at the United States’ relationship with Modi, most attention is paid to the U.S. Government’s 2005 revocation of his visa over lingering questions about his role in the state of Gujarat’s religious riots in 2002. Prime Minister Modi served as chief minister of that state from 2001 until 2014.

Since the riots, the United States avoided senior-level government engagement with Modi until former U.S. Ambassador Nancy Powell met him in February 2014. However, the government relationship is only one dimension of the U.S.

Relationship with the prime minister. Business leaders regularly visited Gujarat and met with Modi, most notably at the biannual “Vibrant Gujarat” summits. The Indian-American diaspora, as well, was able to engage with him and strongly supported the BJP’s election campaign. So the overall U.S.

Relationship with Modi was far less constrained than is sometimes portrayed. Still, there was widespread expectation that Prime Minister Modi would want to slow-walk relations with the United States following his electoral victory. For a leader without national-level leadership experience, Modi has shown a deft hand at foreign policy. He is quite pragmatic and clearly on a mission to speed up India’s development. Holding grudges over past issues does not appear to be his style.

He understands that the United States can be a key partner in helping him meet his goals for the country— better infrastructure, more industrial development, and domestic and regional security. So he made the decision to quickly break the ice, reciprocate early U.S. Outreach, and make the trip to New York and Washington. There was no discernible impact of the visa ban, except to underscore his interest in reestablishing warm relations. The Bilateral Relationship Relations with the Manmohan Singh– led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government had deteriorated in recent years. This decline began in late 2010 when India’s Parliament passed a nuclear liability law that essentially precludes U.S. Involvement in India’s civilian nuclear power industry—gutting the impact of the landmark 2005 agreement on civilian nuclear cooperation.

More recently, short- sighted economic decisions in New Delhi on a range of commercial issues such as taxation, patents, and forced local manufacturing triggered a ferocious anti-India campaign in Washington, D.C. The December 2013 arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York made the fissures undeniable. Hopes were high that the election of pro-business Modi would help repair relations, though the Modi government’s decision to step away from the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement in July caused some policy leaders to question his commitment to reform. The policy community also had unrealistic expectations about the types of “reforms” that could be crammed into the July budget.

At the same time, foreign investment in 2014 is running well ahead of 2013 levels, and economic growth estimates are running well ahead of the average over the last two years. The rupee has remained stable despite the fact that the U.S. Federal Reserve has already started slowing its bond purchase program here in the United States. Last year, the Fed chairman’s hint that bond purchases may slow in the future caused foreign institutional investors to exit Indian capital markets in droves, pressuring the rupee. On September 26, Standard & Poor’s upgraded the outlook for India’s sovereign debt to “stable” from “negative.” Prime Minister Modi made a concerted effort to engage four distinct groups while in the United States:. Government: The government bilateral meetings were fine, though fell well below former prime minister Singh’s inaugural visit in 2005, which included a State Dinner, an address to a Joint Session of Congress, and concrete high-value proposals like the civilian nuclear agreement. Of course, we also had over a year to prepare for Singh’s arrival following his election in 2004.

This particular visit came about much sooner. Modi also met with congressional leaders, governors, and New York City’s mayor during his visit.

Business: Prime Minister Modi engaged the U.S. Business community directly, without the need for a proxy shell such as the U.S.-India CEO Forum. This was an important step. Modi did not indulge in flowery talk with executives, but instead focused on what steps his government needs to take in order to attract higher levels of investment.

Indian-American Diaspora: Prime Minister Modi was the star of a sold- out show for the Indian-American diaspora community at Madison Square Garden. He also offered substantive commitments, promising visas on demand for Americans in 2015 and lifetime visas for Indian- Americans. American Public: As noted earlier, Prime Minister Modi made the most direct outreach to the American public of any Indian prime minister in recent history through his speech to 60,000 people at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on September 27.

Did the Visit Repair the Relationship? We do not yet have clarity over whether the biggest strategic fissure —the inability for U.S. Nuclear firms to do work in India—will benefit from the visit. Per the Joint Statement, a “contact group” has been established to look into measures that will allow cooperation, but only time can tell. Other smaller though important economic issues remain unresolved as well. But this new vision for cooperation looks like a stronger balance of shared interests. Past joint statements have sometimes appeared to tilt toward the U.S.

Agenda, resulting in little follow-through from Indian counterparts. The impact of this visit can only be measured in hindsight, so the real outcomes can only be measured over time. # Jeena Toh Aise Jeena #. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a British trained lawyer of Indian origin from South Africa. He had won his political spurs organising the Indian community there against the vicious system of apartheid.

During this struggle, he had developed the novel technique of non-violent agitation which he called ‘satyagraha’, loosely translated as moral domination. He was thus heir to the ancient traditions of Gautama Buddha, Mahavir Jain and emperor Ashoka, and was later given the title of Mahatma, or Great Soul. Gandhi, himself a devout Hindu, also espoused a total moral philosophy of tolerance, brotherhood of all religions, non-violence (ahimsa) and of simple living. He adopted an austere traditional Indian style of living, which won him wide popularity and transformed him into the undisputed leader of the Congress.

As Jawaharlal Nehru said, “He was a powerful current of fresh air that made us stretch ourselves and take a deep breath” and revitalised the Freedom Movement. Under his leadership, the Congress launched a series of mass movements – the Non Cooperation Movement of 1920 -1922 and the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1930. The latter was triggered by the famous Salt March, when Gandhi captured the imagination of the nation by leading a band of followers from his ashram at Sabarmati, on a 200 mile trek to the remote village of Dandi on the west coast, there to prepare salt in symbolic violation of British law. These were populist movements in which people from all classes and all parts of India participated with great fervour. Women too, played an active role in the struggle. Sarojini Naidu, Aruna Asaf Ali and Bhikaji Cama, to name but a few, inspired millions of others to take the first step on the road to emancipation and equality.

In August 1942, the Quit India movement was launched. “I want freedom immediately, this very night before dawn if it can be had.’. We shall free India or die in the attempt, we shall not live to see the perpetuation of our slavery”, declared the Mahatma, as the British resorted to brutal repression against non-violent satyagrahis. It became evident that the British could maintain the empire only at enormous cost. At the end of the Second World War, they saw the writing on the wall, and initiated a number of constitutional moves to effect the transfer of power to the sovereign State of India.

For the first and perhaps the only time in history, the power of a mighty global empire ‘on which the sun never set’, had been challenged and overcome by the moral might of a people armed only with ideals and courage. Commemorating the 145th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. His principles of Ahimsa and non- violence, his high ideals, his vision of a future India and a lot many things about him. To these, we show our respect. # Jeena Toh Aise Jeena #. 1.The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), also called as Mangalyaan (Mangalyan is an unofficial name) 2.This program is run by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) 3.

Manufactured by Indian Space Research Organisation Satellite Centre (ISAC) 4. Launched into Earth orbit on 5th November 2013 5. It was launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. This project is aimed as a “technology demonstrator”. It will showcase and prove the capability for inter planetary missions 7.

The launch was made using PSLV-XL C25 rocket 8. The orbiter will have a life of 6 to 10 months in the orbit 9. While orbiting Mars the orbiter will study surface features, minerals and atmosphere on Mars 10. There are 5 main instruments on the orbiter: A.

Lyman-Alpha Photometer (LAP) B. Methane Sensor For Mars (MSM) C. Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyser (MENCA) D. Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (TIS) E. Mars Colour Camera (MCC) 11. It was successfully inserted into orbit of Mars on 24 September 2014 12.

India the first Asian nation to reach Mars orbit. The Mars Orbiter Mission was achieved on a budget of $74 million, nearly a tenth of the amount the US space agency Nasa spent on sending the Maven spacecraft to Mars.Team Members worked on Mangalyaan Mission K Radhakrishnan Chairman of ISRO, secretary in department of space. Responsible for leading the mission and overall activities of Isro.

M Annadurai Programme director, Mars Orbiter Mission Responsible for budget management, direction for spacecraft configuration, schedule and resources. S Ramakrishnan Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and Member Launch Authorisation Board. Responsible for realising the rocket (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) that would ferry the Mars orbiter. SK Shivakumar Director, Isro Satellite Centre. Responsible for developing satellite technology and implementing satellite systems for scientific,technological and application missions. P Kunhikrishnan Project director, PSLV programme; ninth time asmission director. Responsible for seeing the rocket completes its mission successfully and that the satellite is correctly injected in the designated orbit.

Chandradathan Director, Liquid Propulsion system. Made rich contribution to the realisation of solid motors for sounding rockets 19.

AS Kiran Kumar Director, Satellite Application Centre Responsible for designing and building three of the orbiter payloads – Mars Colour Camera, Methane Sensor and Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer. MYS Prasad Director, Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Chairman, Launch Authorisation Board Responsible for range safety and schedules, overall incharge at rocket port. S Arunan Project director, Mars Orbiter Mission. Responsible for leading a team to build the spacecraft. B Jayakumar Associate project director, PSLV project Responsible for the rocket systems, testing till the final lift-off. MS Pannirselvam Chief general manager, range operation director at Sriharikota Rocket port. Responsible for maintaining launch schedules without any slippages.

# Jeena Toh Aise Jeena #.