Thursday, August 18, 2011

List of politicians in India charged with Corruption


List of politicians in India charged with corruption
namepositionchargestrial result
Lalu Prasad YadavChief Minister of Bihar, Minister of RailwaysFodder scam, othersacquitted in 2006 
Madhu KodaChief Minister of JharkhandRs 4000 crores (USD 800 mn) graft money caseIn jail since 2009, investigation continues 
A. RajaUnion Cabinet Minister for Communications and Information Technology2G spectrum scamIndicted and arrested, Awaiting trial
Suresh KalmadiMember of ParliamentCriminal conspiracy and cheating related to 2010 Commonwealth GamesIndicted and arrested, Awaiting trail
Suresh JainMinister for food and civil supplies, Maharashtracorruption in Jalgaon District Co-operative BankImplicated by the Sawant Comission
M. K. KanimozhiMember of Parliament2G spectrum scamIndicted and arrested, Awaiting trial
R.Balakrishna PillaiEx-Minister of KeralaIdamalayar Dam Graft caseConvicted, serving sentence 
P. V. Narasimha Rao (deceased)Prime MinisterAlleged offering of bribes, alleged framing of V.P. Singh, and cheating Lakhubhai PathakHigher court overturned conviction in the first case and the trial court acquitted him in the other two cases
Balram JakharUnion minister and SpeakerHawala (illegal foreign exchange) caseAcquitted of all charges

Support Jan LokPal Bill (Know the Difference)







The following table details differences between the Jan Lokpal Bill being offered by the Government and the one offered by Anna Hazare's team
IssueThe Jan Lokpal Bill Government's Lokpal Bill 
Prime MinisterCan be investigated with permission of seven member Lokpal bench.PM cannot be investigate by Lokpal.
JudiciaryCan be investigated, though high level members may be investigated only with permission of a seven member Lokpal bench.Judiciary is exempt and will be covered by a separate "judicial accountability bill".
MPsCan be investigated with permission of seven member Lokpal bench.Can be investigated, but their conduct within Parliament, such as voting, cannot be investigated.
Lower bureaucracyAll public servants would be included.Only Group A officers will be covered.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)The CBI will be merged into the Lokpal.The CBI will remain a separate agency.
Removal of Lokpal members and ChairAny person can bring a complaint to the Supreme Court, who can then recommend removal of any member to the President.Any "aggrieved party" can raise a complaint to the President, who will refer the matter to the CJI.
Removal of Lokpal staff and officersComplaints against Lokpal staff will be handled by independent boards set-up in each state, composed of retired bureaucrats, judges, and civil society members.Lokpal will conduct inquiries into its own behavior.
LokayuktaLokakyukta and other local/state anti-corruption agency would remain in place.All state anti-corruption agencies would be closed and responsibilities taken over by centralized Lokpal.
Whistleblower protectionWhistleblowers are protected law.No protection granted to whistleblowers.
Punishment for corruptionLokpal can either directly impose penalties, or refer the matter to the courts. Penalties can include removal from office, imprisonment, and recovery of assets from those who benefited from the corruption.Lokpal can only refer matters to the courts, not take any direct punitive actions. Penalties remain equivalent to those in current law.
Investigatory powersLokpal can obtain wiretaps, issue rogatory letters, and recruit investigating officers. Cannot issue contempt orders.Lokpal can issue contempt orders, and has the ability to punish those in contempt. No authority to obtain wiretaps, issue rogatory letters, or recruit investigating officers.
False, frivolous and vexatious complaintsLokpal can issue fines for frivolous complaints (including frivolous complaints against Lokpal itself), with a maximum penalty of 1 lakh.Court system will handle matters of frivolous complaints. Courts can issue fines of Rs25,000 to 2 lakh.
ScopeAll corruption can be investigated.Only high-level corruption can be investigated.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Matlab Video Tutorial

Course Contents:

  1. MATLAB Tutorial: Getting Started with MATLAB (New)
  2. MATLAB Help: Working in the MATLAB Development Environment
  3. MATLAB Function: Writing a MATLAB Program
  4. MATLAB GUI: Creating A Graphical User Interface with MATLAB




Sunday, August 7, 2011

Origin of Friend Ship Day


Friendship Day was originally promoted by Joyce Hall, the founder of Hallmark cards in 1919, and intended on first sunday of august to be a day where people celebrated their friendships by sending cards. The first Sunday in August was chosen as the centre of the largest lull in holiday celebrations. Friendship Day was promoted by the greetings card National Association during the 1920s but met with consumer resistance - given that it was rather too obviously a commercial gimmick to promote greetings cards. By the 1940s the number of Friendship Day cards available in the US had dwindled and the holiday largely died out there. There is no evidence to date for its uptake in Europe, however it has been kept alive and revitalised in Asia( Especially in India) where several countries adopted the tradition of dedicating a day to friends. Today, Friendship Day is enthusiastically celebrated in a number of countries across the world.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Direct PCB Printing at Home using Inkjet Printers


This page details the use of Epson InkJet printers with pigment based inks to feed and directly print resist patterns to copper clad printed circuit board stock, ready for etching. Once you can feed the PCB through the printer for etch resist, you can then feed it back through the printer for solder mask (yes! Several people report that it works quite well!) and for a component "silk-screen".

Why You Should not use Mobile near Petrol Station or Pump

Many of You know We Should not Use Mobiles near Petrol station or Petrol Pump, We Know only the Reason, it Bursts, Have you Even Seen Some Live Happenings, Here are some for you. Hope This will help you in reminding, for not using mobile phones near Petrol Pump or Station.


 



Many of You know We Should not Use Mobiles near Petrol station or Petrol Pump, We Know only the Reason, it Bursts, Have you Even Seen Some Live Happenings, Here are some for you. Hope This will help you in reminding, for not using mobile phones near Petrol Pump or Station.

HD Video

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

NS2 Tutorial & Software Download

NS-2 is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. Ns-2 provides substantial support for simulation of TCP, routing, and multicast protocols over wired and wireless (local and satellite) networks.


Official Website : http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/index.html 


Download : 

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

GSM A3 Algorithm Implementation Demo

You can also find the Mobile operator of any Mobile Number.

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Audio Compression Using Wavelets


Project Title: Audio Compression Using Wavelets
Year: 2008
Dept: Electronics & Telecommunication
Guide: Prof. S.G. Hate
Members: Jenniffer, Shiburaj, Prathamesh, Deepak, Pritesh
Website: http://acuw.co.cc