Battery To Say Good Bye Smoke Forever

“It’s a cell or cell that contains a variety of chemicals. Energy is generated from it and moves to the root. ‘ But if the two lines of the rest of the statement associated with it are added, that idea is removed; Because the two lines are like this: ‘Even though it is inanimate, other inanimate matter is moved by the energy generated from it. That is why inanimate matter is said to have deteriorated when it is immobilized, but when it is immobilized it is said to be dead or ‘dead’. Tesla, the world’s richest man, is set to enter the Indian market this year, and his lifeless cheeseburger is a living thing. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Tesla in the future.

Needless to say, fossil-fueled vehicles, such as diesel or petrol, have been a major cause of air pollution, with investment, government incentives in almost all the developed countries of the world now being developed for the battery-powered vehicle industry. But in our country, there is another reason for the rise in prices, which is the rise in diesel or petrol prices. While there has been speculation about an alternative fuel to get rid of it, there has been a rift in the debate over the justification for the rate hike, which has shocked almost everyone, saying that the government has a big motive behind such a hike, which is unnecessarily overcrowding. This is because of the fact that the burden of crude oil imports will ease and the level of air pollution will decrease. Citing the example of European countries, they say that there is a ‘carbon tax’ to keep petrol prices high, which is the price that its users pay for environmental pollution caused by the use of petrol or diesel. Of course there is truth in this. What is now clear from the various studies that are being done regularly is that about 28 percent of the emissions of toxic gases emitted into vehicle fumes in air pollution are about 24 percent. It ranks second behind industrial pollution. As many as 1.2 million Indians die prematurely from air pollution every year, and in India, 54.2 crore liters of petrol per day and 25.7 crore liters of diesel are consumed daily in various vehicles to increase air pollution. So there is no doubt that the use of fossil fuels such as petrol or diesel needs to be brought under control. But is there a solution to overpricing to make that possible? Instead, it is important to have an alternative energy source that can be recharged.

In that sense, investing, government incentives, and research are now being found in almost all developed countries of the world for the development of the battery-powered pea industry. But to date, only 2.8 percent of the world’s peas are powered by batteries. However, the rapid development of battery technology has created the possibility that one out of every five vehicles in a country like India could be battery-powered in the next one or two decades. For example, the chemical composition of the battery is changing to increase the energy density of the battery; As with the use of nickel instead of cobalt in batteries. Now a battery is available, which can power the motor to cover a distance of 1,000 km on a single charge. But efforts are needed to overcome many of the obstacles in this area. The low availability of metals, such as nickel, could hamper the construction of large-capacity batteries. Infrastructure such as battery charging stations along the roads is also needed. Problems such as a sudden fire in a battery-powered vehicle due to a technical fault are also evident. A similar problem occurred in Tesla vehicles in China. With all of this, what can make customers indifferent to it is the high cost of battery-powered vehicles. In India, batteries manufactured by companies such as Maruti Industries or Mahindra or Tata Motors have entered the market. But not all of them have created much of a buzz in the car market. So the advent of Tesla vehicles in India is awaiting, which is likely to shine in this regard.

Since the invention of the first battery in 1600 by the Italian scientist Alessandra Voltas, there has been a lot of development in battery technology over a period of time. The claim, made by scientists at the National Laboratory of Cambridge University and Lawrence Levenmore in the United States, is unbelievable, but is noteworthy here. They say that the “nano-diamond battery” that they are able to develop using nuclear waste will run uninterruptedly for up to 24,000 years once charged. If that is true and such a battery comes to normal use, then in the future there will be an unhealthy life span in the body of the motorist, which will cause the motor vehicles to run abruptly while the smoke is gone forever.

Deep Democracy

In Western civilization, some words were derived, from Greek and Latin, but it took hundreds of years for Western civilizations to construct their definitions. In the imperialist worldview, these words were to move from west to east, north, and south to help build the colonial system. It can be said that the success of the construction of the language of knowledge was due to the fact that the Western system of knowledge did not exist in the West but in the inspiration of globalization. This can be called the Western Enlightenment Project, or the Enlightenment Project. The aspiration behind the creators and dissemination of all the “big ones” was that we Europeans are at the center of the world and everyone else is within our sphere of influence. The epistemological project sought to establish theories by borrowing from Greek and Latin roots. We have not seen such an effort in Aryabhartha or Indian civilization, although there have been many meaningless interpretations of the Indian language, including Sanskrit and Vedas. The Indian system of knowledge was not a weapon of imperialism. The lack of theoreticalization of the Indian system of knowledge did not make it possible to deduce that it was applied in all fields. So we took ‘democracy’ as a word that means ‘democracy’. In fact, there are three reasons for the development and expansion of a new democracy. The first reason is that the democracy of the Athenian city-state is not in the shadow of the representative democracy of our time. The term comes from two Western developments in the establishment of human rights and against dictatorial regimes. The first is in the U.S. Constitution, after the European Brotherhood’s fight for American rights, after the terrible loss. The second was the end of the monarchy, with the establishment of a new political ideology based on the ‘freedom, equality and brotherhood’ (liberty, equality, fraternity) in France as a result of the French Revolution. The American War of Independence was the event from 195 to 193. The French Revolution was the 16th and 19th of the Great Depression. The establishment of the Constitution, human rights, freedom, equality and brotherhood were all elements of democracy or Western democracy.

What was India’s position at the time? The Anglo-Mysore war was raging; Which was owned by Tipu Sultan with the British East India Company. The battlefield was Srirangapatnam! The beginning of democracy in the West, the establishment of human rights, and the bloodshed for land-rights in the land of Shri Ranganath Swami by the Raj-Sanand Merchant Company, which is accredited by the Parliament of Iraj in India! Therefore, democracy arising from war and conflict in Srirangapatnam may be for the European ‘masses’, but whose worldview was shattered! Democracy for him, but a bed of dependence for us! The magnificent temple of Sriranganathaswamy was one of the five devotional shrines in the eighth and ninth centuries. Let us also remember that the period of Oriya’s ‘Dharitya Bhakti’ is 14! In other words, in India, religion and the supernatural way of life flowed with the power of faith, while Western democracy emerged from the war. Why didn’t democracy emerge from our civilization? The answer is that the society of ‘deep democracy’ was active in India. In the history and mythology of the Indian monarchy, all kings were religious and tribal. The tragic deaths and cursed lives of sinful kings are inexplicable. In the writings of the old monarchies, there was no oppression or division in the society centered on the king. All the prejudices, racism and inequality came from the intellectual struggle of the ‘right to scripture’. High-low judgment was the creation of a vested interest group that occupied the scriptures. Indian theology had many elements to counteract this, but it was not possible to ‘theorize’ or theorize them, because of this vested interest. It can be said that the Indian monarchy was not like the Western monarchy at all. There was politics in our country here, the execution and construction of which were in the hands of the king’s conscientious objector. “Deep democracy” (Deep Democracy) was not only in India, it was in all civilizations. The democracy of the Greco-Roman civilization was an agreement with the angry society! The deep Indian democracy was the principle of spiritual philosophy within man in the secular society. So our ground is ready for the re-examination of democracy. Please do not tell the story of the oppression of the Gadjat king of Odisha by proving the moral ground of the Indian monarchy to be imperfect. The main monarchies of Odisha are Som Baishi, Gang Baishi and Surya Baishi of the Ghaz generation. The oppressive king and the insecure zamindars who call themselves kings are not idols of the Indian monarchy.

Yes, the second reason for the reconsideration of democracy is the worldview of capitalist democracy. Two faces from the same root; Now capitalist democracy, through its institutions, has almost destroyed our intellectual judgment. Strangely enough, in the United States and Europe, those who do not doubt his own country teach many of our intellectuals the lessons of skepticism. The most important literal meaning of liberal or liberal thought is freedom of thought, tolerance of thought, and the idea of ​​taking everyone together, despite differences. But the liberal ideology that pervades our democracy from Western democracy is a conspiracy driven by American-European cosmopolitanism over the country and the nation. Now who is the direction Rabi involved in the ‘Tulkit4’ conspiracy? Who is this Greta Thunbar

Yes, the second reason for the reconsideration of democracy is the worldview of capitalist democracy. Two faces from the same root; Now capitalist democracy, through its institutions, has almost destroyed our intellectual judgment. Strangely enough, in the United States and Europe, those who do not doubt his own country teach many of our intellectuals the lessons of skepticism. The most important literal meaning of liberal or liberal thought is freedom of thought, tolerance of thought, and the idea of ​​taking everyone together, despite differences. But the liberal ideology that pervades our democracy from Western democracy is a conspiracy driven by American-European cosmopolitanism over the country and the nation. Now who is the direction Rabi involved in the ‘Tulkit4’ conspiracy? Who is this Greta Thunberg? These are environmental security personnel, but in the meantime, Khalistani is working to destroy India’s reputation by supporting the traitors. The Swedish virgin Thunberg will not do so against his own country; Because there is no place to hide and the consequences are dire. Stay well with yourself, but make a way to destroy India! The directive is a betrayal of liberal thinking and nationhood with Indian democracy. Old democracy is no longer old. This is a new face for the world to win.

The third reason is Africa, Latin America and Asia; All this democracy is still fragile. In Arab countries, they do not allow democracy. It is a matter of concern how they got so much courage. Could it be a democratic policy to keep the undeveloped people for the industry and to plunder the abundant nature of his country?

The fountain of new democracy is in India. For this, the new political scribes will leave India. The four areas of discussion required for the ‘theorization of democracy’ in the Indian system are: nature, perception, deficiency and influence. Democracy comes from the person who comes in the nature of democracy, mass character, mass confession, public anger and mass rule. Feelings of saint democracy, civil democracy, state and tribalism, national democracy and deep democracy! The shortcoming is that civic education is still underdeveloped in order to qualify for democracy. Impact is a world of harmony.

In India, democracy is one of the most important virtues. There is no root in electoral politics. The great work that Minister and politician Dharmendra Pradhan has done in Indian politics by introducing the Mahabhani of Santhavar into national political thought will be the backbone of re-establishing democracy on the basis of honesty in the future. A few days ago, an Oriya saint from Tiruchirappalli joined me and conveyed the message that Dharmendraji’s proclamation and the great Oriya saint Bhimavoi were the subject of discussion within the saintly society of India and that the saints were considering discussing and instituting national welfare. Addressing a meeting of the ‘Policy Commission’ chaired by the Prime Minister a few days back, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said that the central and state system in India’s federal system could work with a unified approach in times of crisis. No. Naveen’s speech created an atmosphere for the discussion of civilized democracy.

Civilized democracy means the dignity and dignity of state-center relations in federal democracy. How could the West Bengal Chief Minister even slap the Prime Minister? The issue’s end has the recaptured Doomsday in the control of the KGB. It is commendable that the Prime Minister has not taken any anti-corruption and anti-center remarks to the personal level. People understand that in the role of a national leader, Modi continues to show compassion, sensitivity and seriousness. From the point of view of the people, to the words of the people, to the words of the people, to the words of the people, to the people, to the people, to the people. One of the main reasons for Modiji’s good relations with Odisha Chief Minister Naveenji is that the two are treating each other civilly. Remember that India is a centrifugal democracy. U.S. Democrat Center (Centripetal). Those states are autonomous. It is noteworthy that during the drafting of the Constitution, the speeches of dignitaries and other prominent members were marked by the form of coexistence and autonomy in Indian federal democracy. The border dispute between Kotia and Andhra Pradesh over Andhra Pradesh and Odisha is unfortunate. Andhra Pradesh government seeks to occupy Kotia village, a violation of social dignity; It is true that the Orissa government has not tried to encroach on Kotia villages or increase the rights of regular people; But it is also true that there is a border dispute between states and there is a lot of violence; It’s a shame in federal democracy. The case against the Andhra Pradesh government is on high alert, but the Centre’s intervention is a natural necessity in our democratic democracy! In a civilized democracy, that is the right thing to do. A national memory of ‘sougha’ still exists in Indian intellectual composition. There are many elements in the Indian community that are needed to reconsider democracy. In Indian civilization, deep democracy, ethics, and monarchy are all present.

The saintly men will think for the good of the nation, the people will be patriotic, the politics will go above the party’s interests and embody the idea of ​​a cohesive omnipotence, the government itself will be a bond-free moral act; This judgment will only be possible in a new democracy. The new democracy will only be possible in India. The elements of deep democracy will be found in civilization and public life, which will be overseen by Indian scribes. Democracy is not a game of existence, it is a way of life! The language of understanding Yaku is in our civilization and politics. Only by understanding Indianness can his guess be made. Yes, democracy is a matter of concern for a truly civilized country, not a coup d’etat. The new democracy will prove that. “It simply came to our notice then.

Definition Of Mind, Five Doors To Knowing Life

Gayatri Dey

Indian interpersonal ideology opposes sensuality. It emphasizes the control of the senses. This is called kindness. It is through the five senses (eyes, nose, ears, skin and tongue) that man acquires knowledge or perception of the external world and manages life on its basis. Therefore, it is important to use the senses, not the senses.

Jiddu Krishnamurthy, a world-renowned Indian philosopher, advised to sharpen the senses. He encouraged ordinary people as well to take part in solving this great task: “One of the things you and other people can do is keep up the pressure … there are going to be some difficult decisions for government”. Immersion in Buddhist philosophy is dominated by meditation (Mindfulness Meditation). For example, it is recommended to be careful not to rush while eating, but to be aware of the shape, juice, taste and aroma of the food. One of the most important components of such a wake-up call is Zhen Dhan. In this regard, let’s learn about the guidelines for neuroscience. Needless to say, neuroscience has undergone unprecedented development over the past forty years. Pet Scan and M.R.4.I. The state of our knowledge has been expanded after such images have been taken up by the brain. There is a lot to be said about the five senses, based on the theory of neurology.

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First of all, the smell of nasal passages. Of the five senses, only the nasal passages from the nasal passages have gone directly to the brain; All the other senses go to the brain in a slightly twisted way, taking nerve signals. So the sense of smell is the sharpest. It is noteworthy that before the various sensory controlling centers in the brain took shape, the senses first took shape. This was followed by sightings and hearing centers. This is likely to be the first case of a foul-smelling odor needed to save the lives of animals. For example, there has been a perception that bright light eliminates insomnia, but according to Eber’s scientific theory, the intense aroma is more effective in this regard. In many countries, fragrances are being used to keep truck drivers awake late at night.

Similarly, the tongue or the senses help us to be refreshed. Studies have shown that touching the taste of the tongue helps a person to return from a state of unconsciousness to a state of freshness. Everyone feels that the taste of sweets evokes excitement in the human mind. We all have feelings of intoxication. The role of touch in the development of life is very important. Everyone knows how precious a mother’s touch is to a child’s safety. Gentle touch helps to alleviate mental depression with a sense of security. Various studies have shown that children who grow up in all affluence suffer from a variety of physical and mental disorders due to a lack of a gentle touch of affection.

The most powerful of our senses is the eye. The way it identifies the earth is not possible by the other four senses. The union of the eyes with the eyes immediately creates new emotions in the mind. Studies show that women have the highest number of eye contact and men have the lowest eye contact. Looking or looking at each other is a great way to strengthen your relationship. It is said that a spiritual guru like Osho Rajneesh could subdue everyone only by their gaze.

The fifth sense gives us wisdom through hearing. There are two centers in the hearing area. While one center controls the pronunciation of words or words, the other center helps to remember it by listening to it. So children are told to read aloud. There was such a tradition in the education system of the past. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly. The five senses are the five gates for us to recognize the earth. But they are often so seductive that they lose control of themselves. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. But the control of the senses can make human life happier and more fulfilling.

Who to vote for ..?

Some readers may question the relevance of such writing in the run-up to the general election. But in order to correct the misconceptions of the readers, from the outset they say that while the atmosphere is not warmed by the election, they may have something to think about if they tell the voters something important in this direction. The idea is to keep the reader in mind as soon as I read the newly published biography about Grandpa Naroji a few days back. After reading the review of that book in the Sunday edition of The Hindu, I learned that the Gandhi whom we call the father of the Mahatma and the nation, when he returned to India, met his grandfather and addressed him as the father of the Mahatma and the nation.

At a time when India’s parliament is far away, only municipal elections were held in Bombay, Calcutta and Madras, and only a handful of people qualified to vote, so it was unlikely that an Indian would be elected to the British Parliament. An ordinary person of a subordinate race, to achieve such glory would seem to touch the real moon. So it was not at all unusual for Mohan Das to visit the groom and say so.

Grandpa’s family situation was not very good. According to the then custom of the Persians, he was married at the age of five, and his father died a year later. Her mother taught her in an English medium school. The father-in-law may have been helping his family with such a tragedy. After his higher education in Bombay, he went to England as an aide with a Persian business family. During his long tenure in England, he became interested in politics. He lost his first election and was re-elected to the British Parliament on July 6, 1922, winning by a narrow margin of three votes. By then, the Indian National Congress party had been formed. Some people from India sent financial aid to such a great brother-in-law. He was especially supported by the leaders and voters of Parliament. His victory was an encouraging message for the Indian National Congress and for the people of India, and he became the President of the National Congress. In addition to other aspects of his life, for those who have lost their parents and children since childhood, his grandfather’s sadhana and saugram and siddhi must have helped in the fight against despair. After reading the biography of Dadabhai Naroji, I was reminded of the electoral situation in India, the judiciary and the movements of Indian democracy and the loss of Biju Patnaik’s Patkura constituency in Odisha and Sabitri Agrawal’s Patkura constituency.

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Prior to the 1952 general election, limited number of eligible voters cast ballots for the state assembly and the Indian legislature. After the constitution was passed, the right to vote was granted to all adults. The issue of the right to vote of minors was discussed in detail in the Indian Constitutional Council with the exception of age. As many illiterate, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes fought and were martyred in the freedom struggle, the juvenile voting system was taken into consideration. But as a result, people who are illiterate and do not know Hindi, which is spoken in English or in many parts of India other than their mother tongue, are left speechless in Sausage. Even those who did not know what the work of the House and the Legislature were could not participate in any meaningful discussion. Dasyurani was elected to the Parliament as well as Phulni Devi, and lost to the great freedom fighter and sage Acharya Narendra Deb and to the famous Member of Parliament Ashok Mehta. Voters were not educated about the work and powers of the parliament and the legislature. As far as I know, in the run-up to the 1952 elections, Binod Kanungo, a candidate from Kishan Nagar constituency in Cuttack district, printed and distributed a short booklet entitled “What is the vote?” He did not run in the by-elections.

Political parties have an important role to play in the electoral system, although the Indian constitution is completely silent. Voters therefore vote based on the attitudes and programs of the rival parties during the election. In addition, the wise, the virtuous, and the patriots are also temporarily chosen by the people. But in the past, there has been an unprecedented decline in this direction. In India, parties such as the conservative and Labor parties in the United Kingdom have not controlled politics for hundreds of years. The Congress party, which has been in power for many years, is on the verge of collapse. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein and denied any wrongdoing in the case, citing “grave wrongdoing and serious misconduct.” Despite this, the party is now in a single government in five states of the country. Although Rahul Gandhi resigned after the Congress’s tragic defeat in the last two general elections, some of the party’s old leaders are not interested in holding democratic elections. BJP That’s what I want.

BJP The country has a stable and stable government, but there is no internal democracy in that party. The party is not particularly sympathetic to the growth of the country’s diversity and democratic process. Instead of decentralizing power, the party wants to keep states at the center of favor. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the CBI

Loose Rings In Economy

The U.S. economy was in a state of turmoil in the 1930s, when government spending increased as the flow of water was replenished by drying out wells and re-activating the flow of water. “It simply came to our notice then. As a result, between 1933 and 1937, the country’s total government spending increased by about 50 percent. After filling the three-year-old tube well (‘Pumping Priming’), he saw an increase of about 50 per cent in the country’s national income and national consumer expenditure. Nonetheless, there was still a lot of unemployment, which worried government policy makers and the intellectual father of such a policy, the great British economist John Menard Kennes.

One of the reasons for the “Pump Priming 4” failure was one of the reasons why the United States Central Bank (the equivalent institution of our Reserve Bank of America) was inflationary. In the midst of a downward spiral, when all prices are down, such fears of a “Federal Reserve Board” in the face of inflation are exacerbated by the fact that the bank has since entertained the observers. The Reserve Bank adopted the necessary policies.

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The confusion that the Indian economy, which has been severely injured by China’s corona, is now facing the same dilemma seen in the United States at the time as it seems, isn’t history repeating itself here? It is well-known to our policy makers that the demand for our economy has been greatly weakened by the side-by-side coup d’état, and that our policy makers need a consistent and large-scale ‘pumping priming’ from the government to restore it. The supply chain, which was already active in the economy due to the corona, has been largely devastated. If the supply does not keep pace with the demand after the surge in demand due to large government spending, there will be an increase in inflation as a result, i.e. there is a risk that the inflation situation will worsen, ”he said. Embarrassed

One of the main reasons why they are in such a predicament is the “Inflation Targeting Policy”, which has been in force in India for the past five years. The agreement between the central government and the Reserve Bank of India under the five-year-old agreement is the responsibility of the Reserve Bank to keep the inflation rate in the country at an annual rate of five per cent for five years (until March 31, 2021). The agreement, however, agreed that the rate would fluctuate between the two hundred and two hundred rings, i.e., between the two hundred and two hundred rings. It is noteworthy that during this time, the Reserve Bank of India has performed its duties almost smoothly. Although the inflation rate has temporarily crossed the 400-percent limit due to the Covidium effect, according to the latest information, it has fallen again, maintaining a balance of about 8 percent again like the golden child.

But the problem is that if the Reserve Bank slows interest rates and revitalizes the lending system for the economy to recover, the inflation rate could rise to more than 4 percent in the near future. To prevent this from happening, if the Reserve Bank follows a conservative monetary policy like the US Federal Reserve of the 1930s, the economic recovery here will be delayed and there will be no promising improvement in the unemployment problem.

In this context, the announcement by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman last week that the five-year inflation-targeting policy is set to be revised next month is of great importance to the Indian economy. In 2020-21, the central government has borrowed a total of Rs 12.6 lakh crore. The government has had to borrow huge sums of money in the face of declining tax returns due to cowboys and rising health and social security costs. By 2021-22, the government aims to create a debt burden of Rs 12 lakh crore. In addition, it aims to reduce the fiscal deficit ratio from the current 7.5 per cent to 7.5 per cent between 2025-28. So only when the power of the economy returns will the government succeed in limiting its deficit; That’s why we need to be prepared to deal with the slightest increase in inflationary pressures by temporarily increasing government spending.

With all of this in mind, the current inflation rate may need to be revised slightly to make it 2-7 per cent in the current revaluation period to help both the government and the Reserve Bank work more efficiently. 5 percent. What should be followed here is the advice given by Kahn Kennedy in 1923: “Inflation is unfair and non-inflation is undesirable. Of the two, incompetence is the most harmful. ‘

Repair Of The Mind

Since the beginning of the New Year, we have been discussing the possibility of introducing a cochlear implant and a corona virus vaccine, and some of our friends have decided to take a tour of their vehicles. One said her car was asking for work, and the garage hadn’t gone in a year. It is safe to say that the 50-kilometer journey was smooth.

Regular maintenance and repair of all utensils is required. In our childhood, artisans went from village to village repairing pots, pans, lanterns, torches and umbrellas. When the clothes are torn and the slippers are torn off, the father takes them and repairs them on the day of the market. Homelessness happens every year. The well is also open.

The same is true of the human body. Regular health checkups are now commonplace at the age of fifty. The functioning of organs such as blood sugar, blood pressure, kidneys and heartbeat should be checked once every six months.

Needless to say, we need equipment, vehicles, furniture and, above all, regular maintenance of our bodies and repairs where necessary. Before the test, the tip of the pen and the tip of the pencil are examined. We all have a bitter experience of having a bad car on the road. It is then that negligence in maintenance is blamed.

The role of man’s hopes, fears, feelings and consciousness is just as important as his body and property. These invisible factors control the pronunciation and behavior of humans. The mind is the main source of human connection with them. Common phrases such as “This world is at the root of the mind ….”, “The mind is its own guru ..”

Just as the invisible software in computer management is the main controller, the mind is the control room of human speech and action. If the mind is not good, the nectar feels like poison. All sorts of divorces, domestic violence, and family quarrels caused by depression. It is in the mind that the fire of anger and revenge catches fire. Gold burns to ashes.

Performance is impossible without mind control. Weaknesses are a paradise for depression and depression. As a result, the incidence of violence, crime and suicide is on the rise. The fear of losing money can be devastating. Rabindranath Gitanjali writes in ‘where mind is without fear ….’, i.e. a fearless mind is the key to a meaningful life. “I will not allow anyone to enter my mind on dirty feet,” Gandhiji said. Like the body and the door, the mind also needs to be cleaned, which needs to be cleaned regularly.

In Bekananda’s words, “Transparency and morality are essential to controlling the mind, which is the key element of every religion.”

The mind is always busy. The wolf, which had fallen into the ditch, rushed to the forest in fear of death. Seeing the mixed reaction of tigers, bears, etc. there, his desire to be called the king of the forest engulfed his mind. How quickly the mind changed its character! That is why it is said that it is very difficult to control the mind.

There are so many types it’s hard to say. But even so, the beauty of the mind is overwhelmed.

Bollywood superstars did not do what Sonu Sood, a small Bollywood star, selflessly did during the crown. His attitude is indicative of an answer. Cuttack’s tea shop, which recently passed away. Prakash Rao is another example of such a beautiful mind. Despite poverty, he was able to keep his mind and heart pure and sensitive, educating and educating countless poor children. There is no doubt that the structure and capacity of the minds of such individuals is greater than the minds of many rich, wise and powerful.

Thorns inside the shoe : Inflation High Or Low Which Correct ?

The amount of medication used to treat the disease is important – it is poisonous when the dose is too high; The lower the dose, the lower the risk. The issue’s end has the recaptured Doomsday in the control of the US Government. Developing countries such as India, in general, have been unsuccessful in the recent past in trying to achieve an encouraging relatively high inflation rate by surpassing a low inflation rate, usually from Japan.

What should be the ideal inflation rate then? Oliver Blanchard, the then chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2010, dared to give a definite answer to this complex question. “An average inflation rate of 8 per cent annually,” he said. In the West, it was considered a relatively high rate, with support for such a high inflation rate from Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman to renowned Harvard economist George Monkey. In their opinion, this rate is conducive to trade as well as does not pose a risk of pushing the economy towards sluggishness or precipitation.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. At that time, by March 31, 2021, the Reserve Bank of India was tasked with stabilizing the “headline inflation” in the country at a rate of 6 per cent. Of course, it is not entirely strict, it has a limit of two hundred and two hundred percent tolerance on it – that is, it is the responsibility of the Reserve Bank to limit the inflation rate between two hundred and eight percent. Against this backdrop, the rate at which the inflation in the Indian economy, which has been plagued by Chinese cronies for almost a year, was reported to be satisfactory to the Reserve Bank in January.

The lowest inflation rate in the last 18 months was January 8, 2008. It would not be wrong to say that this is equivalent to the standard rate of 8 per cent described earlier. Because the inflation rate is so satisfactorily low, it will help keep the RBI low on interest rates for the recovery of the economy; Otherwise, the RBI would have been forced to raise interest rates to curb inflation. High interest rates would naturally discourage investment and trade. The RBI is not optimistic about the declining inflation rate, but predicts that the inflation rate will reach 5-5.2 per cent in the first half of the 2021-22 fiscal year, which is certainly within the all-time limit.

So while the inflationary situation is so comfortable for the Reserve Bank of India, it has an inherent audacity, which is a cause for concern for the Reserve Bank of India as it creates discomfort for the person wearing the thorns hiding inside a comfortable shoe. The Reserve Bank fears. It is not surprising that the inflation rate is now so low due to the impact of the downturn on the demand side of the economy due to the sharp decline in employment and income in the coveted economy. But one of the contradictions that lies hidden in the inflation rate of this 9.08 percent headline is that if you look at the ‘seed inflation’, except for the chops that cover it, it looks like this ‘Seed inflation’ Above average: 5.8 percent.

What is called cover here is inflation due to rising food and fuel prices. Separating the food and fuel inflation from the ‘headline inflation’, the only thing that remains is ‘seed inflation’. Although there has been a significant increase in fuel prices during this time, sharp cuts in the prices of family leaves and other food items have left it ineffective. Food inflation fell to 3.41 percent in December, down from 1.8 percent in January, the lowest in the last 20 months. Experts predict that vegetable prices will remain relatively low for the next six to nine months.

Although ‘headline inflation’ remains so low due to the declining impact of food inflation, it is naturally worrying that non-food-fuel inflation is so high. This is because non-food inflation is usually higher. They are now raising the price of all of their produce to make up for the losses suffered by industrial enterprises during the epidemic. The epidemic has plagued small-scale industries, and large-scale industries have been forced to control the supply chain.

“It simply came to our notice then. The current low interest rates and high consumer rates are helping them make a profit by compensating for them as soon as possible. “Especially in the service sector, there is a huge increase in the price of the sector,” he said.

As this seed acts as a thorn in the inflationary shoe, the Reserve Bank will inevitably be reluctant to raise interest rates again in the near future. However, as before, the RBI expects inflation to be 5.0 to 5.2 percent in the first half of the next fiscal year, which is below the 7.0 percent threshold, which could prevent interest rates from rising at this time.

BABU’ IS IRONIC

In our administration, the word ‘babu’ comes out of the mouths of subordinates, while the minimum requirement for respect for high-ranking officials is the work ethic associated with the word, which has been a symbol of administrative incompetence, incompetence and incompetence; The word has been translated into derogatory, derogatory and derogatory terms. In 2016, the IAS Association raised its voice against the insulting use of the word “offensive”. In this regard, in a comment made by the Prime Minister during the current Parliamentary Budget Session 4, the views on the “Babu Saukriti” create an opportunity for a concise discussion. Needless to say, this “babu” culture, which refers to the work culture of the bureaucracy, has a wide range of effects in our country, ranging from personal life to social or formal life. Ironically, the Indian bureaucracy is one of the most incompetent, long-term, and corrupt in the world. According to the 2012 Political and Economic Risk Consultancy in Haikou, the Indian bureaucracy is the most incompetent bureaucracy in Asia.

Emphasizing on the contribution of the private sector to the development of India’s economy, the Prime Minister’s remarks on the “Babu Sauskriti” in the House of Commons on the 10th of this month are based on the fact that an IAS officer in India can run everything; Becoming an IAS means that you can run everything from fertilizer factories to automobiles. On the same day, the Prime Minister criticized the arrogance seen in ‘Babu Sauskriti’. But, the question that arises in this Saudarva after his speech is why, despite making such remarks, is Prime Minister Modi particularly dependent on many IAS officials in his work management? During his tenure as Prime Minister, Gujarat cadre IAS officer Shaktikant Das, who was the Governor of the Reserve Bank, and R.K. High-ranking officials like Sikhs are in charge of two ministries. Girish Murmu, who was appointed as the first lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir, which became a centralized area after the repeal of Article 370, was also an IAS officer. Not only that, many high-ranking officials are working as advisers to the Prime Minister. Thus, the answer to the question posed is that Indian administrative officials are considered to be among the wisest administrators in the world, whose cooperation would surely be meaningful to the Prime Minister. But the irony behind it is that this prudent application has been deliberately complicated by the way the bureaucracy is run, which has become an impenetrable stronghold for ordinary citizens, with the key to opening or closing its doors. It has hundreds of examples.

The GST can be seen as a recent example. In many parts of the world, the system has simplified tax transactions, while in India it has emerged as a complex and confusing system, from which efforts to eliminate complications have not yet been completed. Some examples of the infamous ‘Babu Sauskriti’ have been found in the irrationality of the various administrative decisions of the Covid Pandemic; Which includes restrictions on the use of the ‘public swimming pool’, which is still in force by the Home Ministry; While it is clear that the Covid-19 virus is not a water carrier, temples, movie theaters, schools, colleges and gymnasiums have all been opened and free public gatherings have been made possible. In that sense, it is possible that the interests of the state, such as the purchase of essential equipment for the military, are as important as the use of public utilities; “Everywhere you look today, the tide of protectionist sentiment is flowing. Unfortunately, the Commission on Administrative Affairs (18) has repeatedly recommended that the situation be resolved, but to no avail.

However, despite the notoriety of “Babu Sauskriti”, it must be acknowledged that many Indians have demonstrated the power of the Indian bureaucracy, especially the wisdom of Babu. For example, this ability has been proven in the conduct of elections held at various times of the year with about nine crore Indian voters. The Odisha administration has set a record of “zero casualties” by evacuating millions of people from the coastal areas in a very short period of time during the four major cyclones that devastated Odisha. In this regard, the Municipal Commissioner of Surat, Gujarat, S.R. Rao’s example is noteworthy, with the successful management of the city of Surat free of charge and its failure to spread elsewhere in the country. Similarly, Babu, who played a key role in the safe return of Indians living there in the aftermath of the 2011 bombing of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, was a key figure in Libya. Manilekalai. Similarly, in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, the influence of the Maoists should be extinguished or the panchayat elections should be held in Jammu and Kashmir at the same time.

Abhay Singh’s Death Marked The End Of Feature Journalism Era In Odisha.

Abhay Singh a man of different planet. To him, this world has always seemed foreign. He has been searching for a mysterious truth for the rest of his life and has written about it. Nature and protest – these are two of his favorite things. He has reported on many mass movements and environmental protection struggles in Odisha. In addition, all the movements are a little skeptical. All the protesters are his friends, but he has made some vows with all the protesters. He has chosen a nomadic life for himself. He has a hard time living his old home. However, that life is Abhay Singh’s own. He is not a man of bondage. Even family and profession, he has never been in bondage.

Abhay Singh’s biggest acquaintance is that he was the founding editor of Sachitra Vijaya, Odisha’s most popular feature magazine. The magazine, published in the 1990s by Madras’s famous Chandamama publication, was a surprise. Just before the advent of the Internet, this magazine became the favorite magazine of every conscious Oriya reader. Edited by Abhay Singh, the magazine had a unique visual and spiritual look at the time. In each issue, the magazine featured some of the most amazing features of Odisha’s culture, society, literature, traditions and people’s lives.

Abhay Singh unveiled an innovative horizon in his editing. He knew that a magazine could not only focus on creative literature or non-political issues, but also that a cultural magazine must have a political background. So in “Sachitra Vijaya” we saw a picture of many mass movements of the nineties. Kishan Pattanayak, Bankabihari Das, Ravi Roy, Bishwanath Pattanayak, Gandhi’s representative, Ratan Das, Shanti Devi, Parvati Giri, Alekh Charan Patra, the last charioteers of the Odisha Socialist Movement, were prominent figures in the “Sachitra Vijaya”. He had the rare courage to write about those who no one wrote about. This rare courage of his also put him in trouble.

He left “Sachitra Vijaya” when the magazine was at the peak of its popularity. It is this rare courage behind the sudden release of a magazine that sells millions of copies. Abhay Singh is always invincible. That’s what he understood. Without saying a word, he resigned in a moment. As he left, the brightness of the “Sachitra Bijaya” diminished.

Many new things have happened and are happening in the world of Oriya journalism, but a successful story like “Sachitra Vijaya” rarely happens. The story of Abhay Singh’s magazine editing can often be unbelievable. We saw him walking miles and miles to add a photo. Once when one of his colleagues told him, why don’t you search for photos on Google? “The internet is the biggest conspiracy of multinational companies against humans,” he told sternly. What he said is partially true now that it is becoming increasingly clear. He shared his life on social issues and spiritual exploration. Gandhi-Lohia-Kishan Patnaik on the one hand and Shri Arvind, Vivekananda and Raman Maharshi on the other. He lived his intellectual life in a strange bond. Rather than some other identity of Abhay Singh, it would be fair to call him a nomadic world

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