Ordinance on land acquisition will take the country back to 1894
From: media cell aap Tue, 30 Dec '14 6:43p
To: undisclosed-recipients:; Show full Headers Aam Aadmi Party chief spokesperson Yogendra Yadav issued the following statement on Tuesday, 30 December 2014 : The AAP is opposed to the ordinance approved by the union cabinet on Monday to amend the Land Acquistion Act, 2013. The party has five major objections to this ordinance : 1) The amendment will nullify the hard earned gains of movements against forced acquisition and displacement. After a long struggle and negotiation, these movements had forced the government to agree to some basics: * that the land acquisition must not take place without consent * that land acquisition must not be permitted in multi-crop land where it goes against food security * that acquisition must be preceded by an assessment of its impact not just on land owners but on the society as a whole The government';s amendment would mean that now social…
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Venezuelan economy enters recession, inflation tops 63%31122014
The Venezuelan economy has entered recession,
after contracting for the third consecutive quarter. The Central Bank
announced that the economy had shrank by 2.3 per cent in the third
quarter of the year.
President Nicolas Maduro said the Venezuelan economy had been
affected by political instability and dropping oil prices in
international markets. He accused the United States of flooding the
markets with oil as part of an economic war against Russia.
The central bank also said inflation had reached 63.6 per cent in the
12 months to November, one of the highest rates in the world. Mr Maduro
announced a number of measures to boost economic growth and control
inflation, including reforms to Venezuela’s currency control system.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AIRASIA INDONESIA FLIGHT QZ8501 AS OF 30 DECEMBER 2014 18:00 HRS LT (GMT+7) SURABAYA, 30 DECEMBER 2014 – AirAsia Indonesia regrets to inform that The National Search and Rescue Agency Republic of Indonesia (BASARNAS) today confirmed that the debris found earlier today is indeed from QZ8501, the flight that had lost contact with air traffic control on the morning of 28th December 2014. The debris of the aircraft was found in the Karimata Strait around 110 nautical miles south west from Pangkalan Bun. The aircraft was an Airbus A320-200 with the registration number PK-AXC. There were 155 passengers on board, with 137 adults, 17 children and 1 infant. Also on board were 2 pilots, 4 cabin crews and one engineer. At the present time, search and rescue operations are still in progress and further investigation of the debris found at the location is still underway. AirAsia Indonesia employees have been sent to …
This Debris is 'from AirAsia plane':
Indonesian civil aviation chief
Debris spotted on Tuesday during an aerial search for AirAsia flight QZ8501 is from the missing plane, Indonesia's director general of civil aviation said.
"For the time being it can be confirmed that it's the AirAsia plane and the transport minister will depart soon to Pangkalan Bun," Djoko Murjatmodjo said.
Indonesian air force official Agus Dwi Putranto told reporters that about 10 big objects and many more small white-coloured objects which could not be photographed have been spotted in the Java Sea off the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo.
"The position is 10 kilometres (six miles) from the location the plane was last captured by radar," he said.
Ten photos of objects resembling a plane door, emergency slide, and a square box-like object were displayed by Putranto.
At least 30 ships, 15 aircraft and seven helicopters joined the search for the AirAsia flight QZ8501 that …
Central govt is fooling unauthorized colonies residents
From: Media Cell AAP Mon, 29 Dec '14 7:54p
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Monday, 29 December 2014 The
BJP’s central government has tried to fool the residents of unauthorised
colonies through its last minute pre-election deceptive announcement about the
regularisation of these colonies. The
Modi government’s announcement is nothing but a repeat of what the former
Sheila Dikshit government had done before the 2008 assembly elections for which
it was held guilty by the Lokayukta and the Camptroller and Auditor General. The
Modi government has replayed the cruel joke on these poor people, which was
earlier played on them by the Sheila Dikshit government. Regularisation
of unauthorised colonies requires a law passed by parliament and the Modi
government failed to do so since last seven months and now at the last moment,
it is trying an unsuc…
HRD ministry is lying on IIT Delhi director's resignation
From: Media Cell AAP Sun, 28 Dec '14 7:02p
To: undisclosed-recipients:; Show full Headers Sunday, December 28 The HRD ministry is misleading the country on the issue of the resignation of the director of IIT Delhi. It is extremely shocking that the BJP central government’s unjustified political interference is trampling the autonomy of the top institutions for professional and technical education. The Aam Aadmi Party challenges the human resources development (HRD) minister to answer the following two questions : 1)Is it not a fact that she had recently summoned the IIT Delhi director ? 2)Is it not a fact that impolite language was used against such a senior professor and is it also not fact that he was humiliated in that meeting ? The BJP’s central government has wreaked havoc in the institutions of excellence in the country during last seven months. Ranging from the removal of the Chief Vigilance Officer of AIIMS to the sho…