हानि और लाभ केजरीवाल के आने से

हानि:

  • धरने ज़्यादा होंगे
  • काम ना करके केंद्र सरकार को दोषी बताएँगे
  • अपने लोंगो की ग़लतियों को हमेशा सही कहेंगे और बोलेगे की हमने पाया की वो निर्दोष है
  • बिल पास नही होंगे तो बोलेगे की हम तो करा रहे हैं की दूसरे पार्टी वाले नही करने दे रहे हैं
  • रेप के केस मे बोल देंगे की दिल्ली पुलिस पर हमारा नियंत्रण नहीं है हम धरने मे बैठेंगे
  • अगर मीडीया कुछ ग़लत बोलेगा केजरीवाल के विरुध तो बोल देंगे की मीडीया बिका हुआ है
  • अपने बच्चो की कसम खाकर जो बातों से पलट सकता है वो सरकार आने के बाद किन किन वादों को बदलेंगे उसका आंकलन करना मुश्किल है
  • अराजकता बढ॓गी
  • बच्चो की शिक्षा के लिए अभी कोई योजना नही है तो बाद मे क्या होगी
  • युवाओं के रोज़गार के लिए अभी कोई योजना नही है तो बाद मे क्या होगी
  • व्यापारियो के लिए कोई योजना नही है
  • स्वक्ष भारत अभियान के लिए योजना नही है
  • रात्रि आवास के लिए कोई योजना नही है
  • हमेशा यू टर्न लेते रहेंगे
  • काम ना करके दिखावेबाज़ी मे ज़्यादा रहेंगे
  • भारतीय संविधान का मज़ाक उड़ते रहेंगे
  • कश्मीर को पाकिस्तान को देने की वकालत करते रहेंगे
  • पर दिखने के लिए केवल लोंगो पर बेबुनियाद आरोप लगते रहेंगे
  • औद्योगिक घरानो के खिलाफ रहने से कोई भी दिल्ली मे निवेश नही करेगा
  • दिल्ली मे विकास की गति और भी धीमी हो जाएगी
  • राष्ट्रीय राजधानी होकर भी कोई भी विकास की योजना नही है
  • यमुना नदी के लिए कोई भी योजना नही है
  • बिजली का कोई भी यूनीक प्लान नही है जिससे बिजली दिल्ली का कोई भी चुनावी मुद्दा ना रह जाए
  • पूर्वी दिल्ली के विकास का कोई सॉफ योजना नही है
  • दिल्ली विकास प्राधिकरण के द्वारा आवसीय योजना का कोई भी प्रारूप नही है

लाभ:

  • अभी तो कोई ज़्यादा लाभ नही दिख रहा है

Sabka Ghar Pakka Ghar

By Gaurav Mishra

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There should be one policy passed by the Government of India “Sabka Ghar Pakka Ghar”. There are following points would be in this policy:

  • Every citizen of India should have “ADHAR” number.
  • There should be a centralized data base on the basis of “ADHAR” number.
  • In this centralized database mapping of “ADHAR” number to “ADHAR” number holder’s Residential Home.
  • “ADHAR” number holder should be owner of particular mapped residential home.
  • If more than one residential home are mapped to unique “ADHAR” number holder then owner will have 6 months time to sell extra residential homes.
  • In next 6 months Owner will have to debit the entire selling amount in one bank.
  • In this case bank should have the responsibility bank should have PAN number details of all the bank account holders.
  • If owner is not able to sell extra property within 6 months. Then Government will take over all the extra properties and give the proper selling amount to the owner.
  • If any property will be sold out then all the details would be auto updated in the centralized data base.
  • If there is any forefathers home and main owner has died then according to current law that property would be divided in between heirs according to his will. But according to this law heirs would have only one residential home property it can be part or whole home.
  • If any owner has his residential property uses as a commercial then all the commercial property data would also be updated in the centralized data base.
  • By this way all the property would be mapped to PAN number and ADHAR number.
  • Government will built 1% home per year of every district population.
  • There will be no any reservation of allocation of Government Constructed homes except handicapped reservation.

continued…….

Conclusion:

  • By this way every citizen of India will have own home.
  • By this policy black money would be in bank .
  • Property Dealers will not take money as their wish.
  • Dream of the prime minister would be fulfilled “SABKA GHAR PAKKA GHAR”.
  • By this way cost of the property would be less.
  • Per man income would be increased.
  • Life standard of the citizen of India would be better.
  • Faith of the citizen of India would be increased with respect to central government.
  • Gap would be less between rich and poor people.

 

Reference:  http://www.tomcopelandblog.com

Wastage of food in front of government of India!

By Gaurav Mishra
FCI (Food Corporation of India) is a organisation which is reponsible for providing grains to all over the india. India is poor country and there are many people die in every year due to lack of food In the same country lakh metric ton grain was wasted between the year 2005-2013.

foodgrainA picture from (THE HINDU) shows birds feast on wheat spilling out of damaged sacks at an open storage facility of the Food Corporation of India on the outskirts of Karnal in Haryana.

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Indian government has the land for indutrialists to construct the multiplex and malls in the city. But the government has no any plan to save metric tonn grain of the country. Every time Indian Goverment stands like a begger in front of world. All the cetral goverments congress, BJP, UPA, NDA and all the other small parties didn’t raise any concern of wastage of food in the country. They didn’t do any dhrna, candle march, chakka jam for this wastage of food. Why they will do? . They have all the luxurious ammenties to live and they have concern only for own not for the country.

 

In India industrialist plan to construct the largest mall in the world or in the asia or in the country but government didn’t planed record number of FCI godowns in every city in india. Every government plan for the election campaign in evry city but after forming the government , central and state government don’t plan to construt a gowdown for the formers to save the food for the country.

Due to lack of infrastructure in India there are around 21 millions tonn of wheat wastage in every year in india. India grows the infrastructure problem is like a tumer and by this tumer every year a lot of tons food is waste.

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Reports says around 40% of all fruit wasts in every year due to lack of refrigerated godowns, rfigeratd transport, poor roads and corruption.

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There is no logistics in India. If government plans for the all the basic and usful amenties to prevent the wastage of food, corruption damages the roots of the goveernment rules and plans like a termite.Governement plans of the FDI to improve the logistics in india and improve the supply chain management technique by the use of FDI.

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Government sholud plan

  • Construct FCI godowns in every smal city to strore the grain for the near vllage formers.
  • There should be no mediator between the former and the consumer only FCI should a medium to deliver the grains to consumer.
  • Increase the number of cold storage truck.
  • In every godown of the FCI there should be on cold storage area for the fruits also.
  • Number of national highways should be increased and their link road to to big mandi should be increased.
  • Distribution system should be properly established.
  • Supply chain management should be properly monitored and should take action on the basis of requirement.
  • FCI should make sure all the rail wagons should be properly covered and cleaned.
  • In road transport wagons should be properly covered and neat and clean to prevent any type of bacteria in the grains.
  • There should be air tight steel container to store the grain.
  • There should be regular monitoring in all the levels to safe prservation of food in FCI godowns.
  • State governmenr and cetral gvernment should make the combined plan to construct the FCI godowns as per specifications on the basis of nature of area.
  • There should be included scietific practices to stor the grain.
  • There should be proper planning for to cover the bags of grins with proper material.
  • There should be plan to prevent the grain from insects in the godown.
  • Planning for the insect killer in the godowns.
  • There should be solar energy system for drying grain.
  • All the holes and pipes should be proprly monitored and guarded to prevent from Rats and insects.
  • There should be proper ventilation to prevent grain from moisture in godowns.
  • There should be scientific technique should be used by the help of scientists.

Reference:

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/fci-admits-194-lakh-mt-foodgrain-wasted-between-200513/article5680994.ece

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/India-wastes-21-million-tonnes-of-wheat-every-year-Report/articleshow/17969340.cms

Save child girls from Bloody Wolf

By Gaurav Mishra

Today 19 August 2014, I saw a news heading in Navbharat Times e-paper “Masoom ka sawal, mummy mujhe yaha kyon late ho” (http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/metro/delhi/crime/mummy-why-you-brought-me-here/articleshow/40379657.cms ). We all Indians should ashamed on this.

In every 3 rape victim there is 1 victim is underage in India. Of all rapes there are 12.5% cases of rape victims are underage. In a small sample survey Human Rights Watch projects more than 7,200 minors – 1.6 in 100,000 minors – are raped each year in India. Among these, victims who do report the assaults are alleged to suffer mistreatment and humiliation from the police. Minor girls are trafficked into prostitution in India, thus rape of minors conflates into lifetime of suffering. Of the countries studied by Maplecroft on sex trafficking and crime against minors, India was ranked 7th worst, between China (1st), Russia (11th) and Indonesia (14th).As part of the medical exam, many rape underage victim ones, are often made to undergo a vaginal exam, also known as the “two-finger test,” human rights groups say.

One of the most hotly debated forms of rape is what is known as “statutory rape.” Statutory rape occurs when an adult person has sexual intercourse with a person who is below the age of consent (18 in most jurisdictions). The giving of actual consent by the underage person is of no consequence, as the minor is not able to legally give consent.

In a case where victim has been assaulted or raped, victim must be able to identify the person who assaulted or raped you. If victim does not know the name but you remember the face, victim must be prepared to point the person out at an identity parade. Even if victim cannot identify the person by appearance or name, victim must still lay a charge because there are other ways to positively link a person to crimes of rape and assault, such as DNA testing or other forensic evidence available to the police. Immediately after the rape, go to a police station and get a J88 form. Do not wash or change victim clothing, go straight to a doctor for an examination.

The police cannot grant bail if accused were arrested for a serious crime, for example rape, murder, armed robbery, housebreaking, etc.

Police can arrest rape accused without a warrant.

The Criminal Procedures Second Amendment Act

The Criminal Procedures Second Amendment Act (also known as the Bail Law) includes a number of strict measures regarding bail for people accused of serious offences. The Act lists very serious offences (schedule 6 offences) which include murder, rape, armed robbery and vehicle hijacking, and makes it very difficult for people who are accused of these offences to get bail. The accused will have to prove that exceptional circumstances exist before bail is granted.

This is done in a bail hearing at court, where the accused will bring evidence to show why he should get bail, and the prosecutor will ask the investigating officer to provide reasons why the accused should not get bail, for example, that the accused will intimidate witnesses.

According to this law, bail applications for Schedule 5 or 6 crimes will now only be heard in Regional Courts. These cases can also not be heard outside of court hours (in other words, there is no night court). Bail can also be refused when an offence has caused community outrage although this can only happen in exceptional circumstances. Finally, a person accused of a Schedule 5 or 6 crime must disclose all previous convictions and outstanding charges against them at the bail application and they will not have the right to have access to the police docket during the bail hearing. This will help to stop the intimidation and victimisation of witnesses in court cases.

Laying a criminal charge against another person

Steps in laying a criminal charge against someone else

1. Go to a doctor.

If victim was injured in any way, go to a doctor for a medical check-up. victim may need medical treatment, plus it will be good for victim case to have medical records to prove your injuries. It is important to go as soon as possible, because the marks from the injuries may go away after a few days. Go to your own doctor or to a government doctor (called a district surgeon).

2. Report at the charge office

Go to the charge-office at the nearest police station to make a complaint. You may want to go with a friend or someone like a priest, teacher or social worker to help you.

3. Make a statement to the police.

The police will take a statement from you. You must be very careful what you say because you have to swear under oath that you are speaking the truth. Do not sign your statement if you are not happy with the way the police wrote it down. Ask to change it before you sign.It is not up to the police in the charge office to decide whether a complaint is serious enough to be investigated. They MUST take a statement from anyone who comes into the police station to make a complaint.

4. Ask for a copy of the statement.

After you have made your statement, ask for a copy of it before you leave the charge-office. You have the right to get a copy.

5. Get the police case reference number.

Ask for the police reference number. This is the police register number where they are supposed to keep a record of all complaints made at the charge office. This is your proof that you reported the crime to the police. The reference number is also called an OB number (Occurrence Book number) or VB-nommer (Voorvalleboeknommer).

6. Get a medical report.

If you are injured and you need medical treatment, the police will ask you to get a medical report form filled in. This form is called a J88 medical report.

You can go to your own doctor or to a government doctor (called a district surgeon) to get this form filled in. Then you must take the filled-in form back to the police in the charge office. If you can, it is a good idea to make a copy of the filled-in form and keep this copy for yourself.

7. A case docket is opened.

After you make a statement to the police, they must open a case docket, and investigate a criminal charge against the person or people who committed a crime against you.

8. Check on progress.

You should check up a week or two after you made the statement to see what is happening with your case. Ask for the name of the investigating officer and then speak to that person. Ask the investigating officer for the case docket number. This is called a CR number (Criminal Register number) or MR nommer (Misdaadregisternommer).

Keep phoning the police to find out whether any progress has been made with the case. Whenever you phone to check up, you should give the CR/MR reference number.

If there is no progress with a serious case, and you are not satisfied that the police are doing everything they are supposed to, you might want to ask a paralegal or attorney to phone on your behalf. If you believe the police are deliberately not investigating a case, for example of police corruption or assault by a police officer, you can make a complaint to the Independent Complaints Directorate.

Incidents and facts:

  • In August 2013, a School Teacher in Arunachal Pradesh was arrested for raping fourteen underage girls in a hostel where he was warden.
  • SR Darapuri of the PUCL alleged, “I analyzed the rape figures for 2007 and I found that 90% of victims were Dalits and 85% of Dalit rape victims were underage girls in Uttar Pradesh
  • In Maharastra, In a written reply, home minister RR Patil said that of the 1,704 rape cases registered in the state in 2012, in 924 cases the victims were underage girls. A total of 127 girls aged below 10 were raped, while the number of rape victims aged between 10 and 14 was 188.

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Reference:

http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/metro/delhi/crime/mummy-why-you-brought-me-here/articleshow/40379657.cms

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_in_India

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-most-rape-victims-underage-says-government-1812851

http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2013/01/10/how-to-report-a-rape-in-india/

http://www.hg.org/rape-law.html

http://www.paralegaladvice.org.za/docs/chap05/03.html

Defect fixing

By Gaurav Mishra

Once defect comes in to the developer’s plate then developers first examine the defect.
Before examine the defect first he/she looks deeply in the defect and find out the person who raised the defect, then he/she starts examine on the defect On the basis of examination these conclusions can be pointed out:

  • Defect is valid

  • Defect is invalid

  • Defect is deferred

  • Defect is duplicate

  • Assigned to wrong developer

  • If defect is valid, data is insufficient to replicate the defect

  • If defect is valid, data is sufficient to replicate the defect

If we see above points then developer can proceed to resolve the bug only for one conclusion which he/she found out “If defect is valid, data is sufficient to replicate the defect” and for the other conclusion defect returns to tester again.Now, tension comes into the mind of developer regarding defect fixing. Stress of tension is increased by the severity of the defect.

On the basis of severity he/she thinks

  • If S4, then he/she feels relax and wait for the lunch and do other works

  • If S3, still he/she feels relax and read the news e-new paper and chill out.

  • If S2, then he/she looks the defect and wait for the lunch

  • If S1, then he/she tensed and for reliving tension smokers go out for smoke and non smoker go to cafeteria to pick up coffee or tea and he/she at least take along with them one colleague for discussing projects and get relieve on his/her stress on tester who raised that defect.

After that he/she looks in to the defect and move on the resolution.

2When developers fix the defect and write all the details of the resolution with Root, Cause, Analysis then if Cause is related to bad coding of the developer then he/she try to manipulate the words in Cause description and if in Cause field there are options in drop down then it is very difficult to find out the exact cause which saves
developer.

For the defect
management we can conclude for these points:

  • Finding of the defect

    • Identify the defect

    • Report the defect in defect management tool.

    • Assign the person who will be responsible to resolve that defect

    • Describe the defect description so good by step by step so that developer can
      easily replicate the defect

  • Analysis and prioritize the defect

    • Developer analysis the defect and see the severity of the defect.

    • Analysis of the impact of the resolution.

    • Decide to estimate time of the resolution of the defect.

  • Resolution of the defect

    • Developer tries to fix the defect within the estimated time.

    • In the resolution of the defect developer analysis the root cause of the
      defect.

    • In the time of fixing developer makes sure that the fix of the defect should not
      regress the another defect

    • Developer puts all the details with step to see the fix of the defect.

    • Mark as fixed and assigned to tester to see the fix of the defect.

  • Verification of the fix of the defect

    • Tester verifies the defect and also sees any regress is not introduced by this fix
      of the defect.

    • If tester finds any regress then again assign to tester with new defect.

    • If tester finds no any impact in other scenarios then defect is closed.

  • Defect report

    • After fixing of the defect on the requirement basis different-2 reports are
      generated to see the progress of the defect resolution.

 

applyElement in javascript

By Gaurav Mishra
  • By “applyElement()” method a element can be made child or parent of a element.
  • It can be applied in run time.
  • “applyElement()” should call in run time when the element that is created by “createElement()”  is added in the document tree.
  • By this inserted element is returned by this method.
  • It is only for internet explorer.

Syntax:

object.applyElement (addElement [, wherein]);

addElement:

  • This is rquired argument.
  • This is the reference of the element which is going to add.

[, wherein]

  • This is optional argument.
  • It specifies that the new element will add as a child or as a parent of the current element.
Example:
<script type=”text/javascript”>
function fnApply() {
var newElement = document.createElement(“li”);
document.getElementById(“newlist”).applyElement(newElement);
}
</script>

figure in html

By Gaurav Mishra
  • It is independent cntent and no depends upon the main flow of content.
  • It is a self contained element.
  • When it is removed then it doesn’t effect in main flow of content.
  • “figcaption” is for giving the caption to the figure.
  • figcaption” element can be placed at the first or last child of th figure element.
  • In figure content is essential but the position of element is not important.
Example:
<figure>
<img src=”abc.png” alt=”abc” width=”200″ height=”150″>
<figcaption>Abc is a test figure</figcaption>
</figure>

step attribute in HTML5

By Gaurav Mishra
  • It is for the interval of the input element.
  • It is used with the two more attributes max and min.
  • If this attribute is not present then default value be set for step.
  • Default value of step is 1.
  • To increment the value of the element “step” is used
Example:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>
<form>
<input type=”number” name=”count” step=”5″>
</form>
</body>
</html>

</body>
</html>

 

Progress bar in HTML5

By Gaurav Mishra
  • This element is for showing progress of any task
  • There are two attributes “max” and “value”

max:

  • Maximum number is required to complete the task.

value:

  • It represents how much task have been completed.

Here is one example to show step by step increase of task to be completed

Example
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<script>
function loadProgress(){var count=22;setInterval(function(){ document.getElementById(“progress”).value=parseInt(count);count++;},50);

}
</script>
</head>
<body>

Task completion
<progress value=”22″ max=”100″ id=”progress”>
</progress>
<button onclick=”loadProgress()”>OK</button>
</body>
</html>

username and password in jquery ajax

By Gaurav Mishra

username:

  • To authenticate response of XMLHttpRequest “username” can be used.

password

  • To authenticate response of XMLHttpRequest “password” can be used.
Example:
$.ajax ({
type: “GET”,
url: “URL”,
dataType: ‘json’,
async: false,
username: username,
password: password,
success: function (){
$(“div”).html(“Response data with authentication”)
}
});