With a Delightful Heart and Wonderful Memories, the Outgoing CICASA Bhopal Committee wishes to Welcome the Newly Formed Committee:
CA. Navneet Garg Sir- Chairman, CICASA Bhopal
Mr. Arpit Rai - Vice Chairman
Ms Zoha Sultan - Secretary
Mr. Rohit Jain - Treasurer
Ms. Mayuri Talreja - Head, Publications Committee
Ms. Pooja Golani - Head, Cultural Committee
Mr. Anand Rane - Head, Sports Committee
As we bid adieu as admins, this page shall henceforth be Governed, Admin & Managed by the above Elected Committee. It has been a pleasure working for the benefit of CA Students and we hope to see Hundreds of new members added to this group.
A Successful and Eventful Year 2014 awaits ahead of you !!
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Greetings on the New Year!
You will be glad to learn that the school is organizing the ALUMNI MEGA REUNION on Sunday,9th March 2014in the school premises from 11 am onwards.
This is a golden opportunity to reunite and revisit your alma mater and relive the golden memories of school life.
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1. Our law is a big hindrance to the smooth and tension free running of the civil life in India. It is so complicated and by almost daily interpretations by various hon’ble Higher courts, it is becoming more and more complicated. Consistency is the essence of any Law.Unfortunately it is not so in India. The Courts including the Apex Court review and revise their own orders frequently, in spite of a provision in our Constitution(Article395). It is now reduced to an exercise of the intellectuals, for the intellectuals and by the intellectuals, having little to do with the common man, on whom it is applicable. On the other hand everyone is presumed to know it. Ignorance of Law cannot be given as an acceptable defence by anyone. Need of the hour is to shorten and simplify the Law, making it more rigid with no scope for interpretation, difficult to change and comprehensible to a lay man. This is possible.
2. The entire punitive Law(Major and Minor Acts) could be summarised in a dozen sections. First section to deal with all definitions. Thereafter each section to mention crimes or faults punishable with fine, 1 month’s imprisonment, 6 month’s imprisonment, 1 year’s, 3 year’s,5 year’s 10 year’s , 20 year’s imprisonments respectively. Thereafter one section for crimes punishable with Life imprisonment and lastly for the death penalty. Once someone is held guilty for an offence; the punishment should be pronounced simultaneously, as prescribed in that section. Right from the hon’ble High Courts to the Munsif Courts, all should be Trial Courts. In the good old days the King used to decide the tricky and heinous cases himself, so there should be no problem, if the higher judiciary takes up the trial work and tries heinous and tricky cases. There is no necessity for frequent interpretations of Laws and Procedures. If at all any interpretation is required then the matter should be referred to the Legilature or Parliament, who had passed that Law. Is it not more logical that the Parliament/Legislature, who passes a Law should clarify/interpret it if there is any ambiguity in it? There should be only one appeal in all cases which should lie in the next Superior Court. Hon’ble Supreme Court should hear the appeals of Hon’ble High Courts , and should deal with Writs, which should also be heard by Hon’ble High Courts and Sessions Courts(in order that the reliefs of Writs is widely available to Citizens). Various loopholes like SLP/Revision or Stay of proceedings etc provided to delay Trials/Investigations should be scrapped. Law should repose faith in the Capacity of hon’ble Courts to discharge justice. Similarly the PIL etc, not mentioned in the Constitution, should be scrapped. It should not be necessary for anyone to be represented by a Lawyer in any Court.
3. A question may arise here, that this will take the Society back to 18th century in matters of legal system. True; but does it not sound just and reasonable that everyone should know the Law of the Land, before he is subjected to it? Is it not unjust for the masses that they are ignorant of something like Law which is not only applicable on them, but it is compulsorily thrust upon them, and is ruthlessly enforced against the law abiding citizens, and plays ostrich before the habitual offenders or mighty?
4. It may not be out of context to mention here that when the British descended on our country, the Penal Law consisted of hardly 10-12 major offences( Refer”Crime and Police in India”, by Dr Anand Swarup Gupta,I.P.”. The brilliant drafters of the Penal Code sub-divided these offences to carve out 511 sections out of them, only to complicate the simple Law. It may also be mentioned here that Criminal Law was considered very prompt, till the unfortunate introduction of the revised Cr.P.C. in 1973. It literally derailed the Criminal Justice System in the country. Earlier, in Sessions cases, everyone right from the Police , Prosecutors,Defence and Courts used to be very much conscious of the sanctity attached to such Trials. The summons for Session cases used to be dealt with, by the Crime Section (Crime Reader) of S.P. One Police Officer of the Police Station concerned, used to be detailed for carrying the witnesses to the Prosecutor, who would take pains to refresh the memory of the witness, by reading out the statement given by him, before the Investigator, and prepare him for answering the likely questions of cross examination.
5. Now, all this has become history. The Prosecutors are independent. The Sessions trials which used to be concluded in a week or ten days now run at leisure for months together. In the name of making Prosecutors independent of the Police, they are nobody’s baby today. While the accused has a lawyer to plead on his behalf, the investigator can look at no one to take care of his interests in the Court. The Prosecutor is independent of him. In the name of safeguarding the interests of the presumed innocent law breaker, the honorable man of this game, he can file any number of SLPs/Criminal Revisions etc. and the trial can be allowed to be prolonged for decades, not bothering about the perils faced by the witnesses and investigators. Even the benefit of this delay is given to the accused, empathizing the prolonged mental torture undergone by him in the process of trial. No wonder the Society today is facing blatant lawlessness. A man leaving his house for any work, is not sure whether he will safely return home. The plight of the women is still worse. There are any number of cases, mostly unreported, who are as gruesome as the one of Nirbhaya. The basic cause behind this state of affairs is that there is no deterrence of the Law in the Society. Almost all law breakers go unpunished or are scantily punished at a much later date. Very few get deterrent punishment quickly. Notwithstanding the steps taken in the revised Cr.P.C. to safeguard the axiom”Let hundred guilty be set free but not let one innocent be punished” there are any number of incidents of miscarriage of justice. On 5.11.2011 the Times of India (Delhi edition) carried the news on front page that an unscrupulous influential man in U.P. was instrumental in usurping their property, and getting three persons of a family convicted for life, for the murder of a co-villager, who after 10 years returned from Himachal Pradesh, in December, last year. It took 11 months to order their release even after knowing about their wrong conviction. This is the gift of Cr.P.C. of 1973.As per Times of India dated 30.11.2011 at Aligarh a poor man served the jail sentence for 7 years just because a namesake rich man managed it.
5. The convict can go in appeal without waiting for anybody, but the Prosecution cannot file an appeal before clearance from Law Secretary. In Criminal cases even the aggrieved Complainant or any primary witness cannot file an appeal in a higher Court. No wonder, the best efforts by the Police to control crime fail, because of a very poor conviction rate. The Prosecutors and the Police function today as if they are nationals of different countries not knowing each other’s language; and the brunt has to be borne by the law abiding Society. Prosecutors are not responsible for the control of crime or for the lawlessness in the Society. It is left to the lot of the Police man to bear the entire burden, that too, without even the help of a lawyer for him in the Court. While revising the Cr.P.C., Civil Law which was required to be activated to reduce the burden on Criminal law, was left languishing as before, and instead the Criminal Law was also further crippled, to make it closer to the Civil Law, by the amended Cr.P.C. of 1973. No wonder the Society has risen to safeguard itself in more than one way. Naxalism is one of them, the gift of lawlessness in deep interiors. Bank loot, dacoities in urban areas(this used to be a feature of rural area),and rise in riots, murders/massacres, and goondaism in townships is another way. They are products of this disappointment in the Society from the non functional Law. Requirement of the day is to make Law Functional, and to treat Prosecution and Defence at par. No tilt is required either for or against any one of them. If law becomes just and functional, the maladies ailing the Society, like Naxalism, goondaism etc will all vanish in due course of time.
6. Summary of action required:-
i. To revise Civil Procedure Code to make Civil Law more prompt and effective, so that the burden on Criminal Law is mitigated.
ii. To revise the Criminal Procedure Code to a) bring Prosecution and Defence at par in all respects; b) Prosecutors to be the Advocates for the Investigators , available to guide them right from the drafting of complicated F.I.Rs. till the final disposal of the case as was the system before 1973; c) restoring the sanctity of Sessions Trials as was before1973; d) procedure to file appeal in Criminal cases to be simplified and right given to the complainant and Primary witnesses to file appeal in such cases if they are not satified with the judgement; e) only one appeal to be allowed in any case, which should lie in the next Higher Court(Law should repose faith in the Capacity of hon’ble Courts to discharge justice); f)all Courts right from Hon’ble High Courts to Munsif Courts to be Trial Courts;g) interpretation of Law should be the responsibility of the Parliament or Legislature who had enacted that Law; h) all dilatory tactics, like the filing of SLPs, criminal appeals etc. should be abolished; and PIL etc not mentioned in the Constitution should be scrapped; only writs should continue to be heard by hon’ble Supreme Court, High Courts and even Sessions Courts; i)in case of any injustice coming to the notice of any Court, such as the two instances, mentioned above, there should be provision to rectify it immediately at the district level itself, with provision to punish the guilty person found responsible for the miscarriage of justice simultaneously; j) in property offences provision should be to restore the recovered stolen property to the victim during investigation itself( it can be produced by him during trial before the Court); similarly in cheating, fraud, anti-corruption cases provision should be for immediate restoration of loss to the victim and confiscation of ill gotten gains in Corruption cases.
iii. Indian Penal Code and all the Minor Acts should be revised to squeeze them into a concise Law,whose essence should be taught even in primary classes; so that it is widely known. One way could be that the first section to deal with all definitions. Thereafter each section to mention crimes or faults punishable with fine, 1 month’s imprisonment, 6 month’s imprisonment, 1 year’s, 3 year’s,5 year’s 10 year’s , 20 year’s imprisonments respectively. Thereafter one section for crimes punishable with Life imprisonment and lastly for the death penalty
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We met to discuss the Section Student Network (SSN) selection and many active students turned up who wanted to be the part of SSN. The responsibilities of each and every post were discussed and all the participants were filled with enthusiasm. The SSN of Delhi Section is as under:
It is not Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) which is being portrayed as the party of common man but actually, it’s an international conspiracy hatched by anti-Indian forces within and outside the country. People like Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar, Yogendra Yadav, Manish Sisodia, Sanjay Singh, Kumar Vishwas, Ashutosh, Shazia Ilmi, Gopal Rai and Dilip Pandey are Indians but only in name. Who is not aware of their pro-Maoists and pro-radical Islamist credentials? Who is not aware of Medha Patkar credentials and those who constituted the Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) and the essentially subversive and anti-system National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM) of which Patkar is an integral and crucial part?
Similarly, Kamal A Mitra Chenoy, had been exposed by the writer and rendered clueless in the Jawaharlal Nehru University in a well-attended international seminar more than a decade ago. Others of his ilk, who are in the process of openly making common cause with the foreign-funded AAP, are no more than mercenaries whose single-point agenda is to destabilise India and break India into smithereens. This would help forces like American-based Ford Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation, US’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Pakistan dreaded intelligence agency Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI), and China, to mention only a few, play their nefarious games in the region with utmost ease and destroy Indian culture, civilisation and society.
Radicalisation of Islam is dangerous for future of India
ArieThis is a fact which can be verified from what the often repeated statements of Prashant Bhushan and others on Indian culture, civilisation, Kashmir, Army, Maoist-affected areas, nuclear energy plants, anti-terror laws and their frequent hobnobbing with radical Islamists, Maoists and other similar forces which consider the majority community their enemy and dismiss India as an ‘unnatural formation’ (or a formation of disparate regions and mutually exclusive social groups and communities). Indeed, Kejriwal and his associates are on the same side. Medha Patkar formally joined the AAP and assured the NAPM’s full support to Kejriwal on January 13, 2014 with the statement “We know the philosophy and views of Kejriwal” and hence, her plunge with the AAP.
It was not a coincidence that Kamal A Mitra Chenoy, who I have personally known for more than two decades and whose biases for Kashmiri separatists, Maoists and similar other anti-national elements are apparent, bemoaned that he wanted the Left leaders to join the AAP as they had failed to achieve their objective. He was however unable to persuade them. He also said that he was fortunate that he worked with the Communist Party of India (CPI) for years and he would finish the unfinished agenda of the Left movement in association with Bhushan and other AAP members.
AAP’s political immaturity can cost us KashmirChenoy made these statements after joining the AAP on January 13 while talking to reporters after Prashant Bhushan’s Press conference was disrupted by the ‘Hindu Sena’ activists with its president Vishno Gupta calling Bhushan a ‘traitor’ and ‘CIA agent’ and demanding his excommunication from India. He repeatedly challenged Arvind Kejriwal to debate him in the presence of media persons on his twelve points of national import, including the anti-national credentials of some of the self-styled AAP leaders. Gupta did make a point when he denounced Bhushan as a CIA agent. After all, like the CIA, Bhushan and AAP too have their agenda on J&K and he has not left anyone in any doubt in this regard or with regard to his pro-Maoist agenda. That the AAP and its leaders are getting funds from dubious foreign agencies can be seen from the fact that Arvind Kejriwal himself has admitted to receiving funds from the Ford Foundation, the Dutch Embassy and also from some other sources.
What the Left does not understand about Islam
And what about Manish Sisodia’s NGO Kabir? According to AAP’s reply to an RTI query that questioned its funding and expenditure, it disclosed that “they have received funds from the Ford Foundation (Rs 86,61,742), PRIA (Rs 2,37,035), Manjunath Shanmugam Trust (Rs 3,70,000), Dutch Embassy (Rs 19,61,968), Association for India’s Development (Rs 15,00,000), India’s Friends Association (Rs 7,86,500), United Nationals Development Programme (Rs12,52,742) while Rs 11,35,857 were collected from individual donations between 2007 to 2010.” Everyone knows that the CIA, Ford Foundation and organisations like Rockefeller Foundation only fund the mercenaries in India and other soft targets which can be easily lured and bribed to play American games in India.
Indeed, the AAP is a deadly poison and an ugly replica of Sonia Gandhi’s Congress. It is our fundamental duty to expose the dubious credentials of the AAP and convince the nation that it would be an unpardonable crime if anyone goes near the AAP. Besides, we have to work overtime to ensure the victory of the BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
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The Research Team at Centre for Civil Society has gone through all submissions and we have selected our finalists!
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'India, once a major civilizational and economic power that suffered centuries of decline, is now newly resurgent in business, geopolitics and culture. However, a powerful counterforce within the American Academy is systematically undermining core icons and ideals of Indic Culture and thought. For instance, scholars of this counterforce have disparaged the Bhagavad Gita as “a dishonest book”; declared Ganesha’s trunk a “limp phallus”; classified Devi as the “mother with a penis” and Shiva as “a notorious womanizer” who incites violence in India; pronounced Sri Ramakrishna a pedophile who sexually molested the young Swami Vivekananda; condemned Indian mothers as being less loving of their children than white women; and interpreted the bindi as a drop of menstrual fluid and the “ha” in sacred mantras as a woman’s sound during orgasm.
Are these isolated instances of ignorance or links in an institutionalized pattern of bias driven by certain civilizational worldviews?
Are these academic pronouncements based on evidence, and how carefully is this evidence cross-examined? How do these images of India and Indians created in the American Academy influence public perceptions through the media, the education system, policymakers and popular culture?
Adopting a politically impartial stance, this book, the product of an intensive multi-year research project, uncovers the invisible networks behind this Hinduphobia, narrates the Indian Diaspora’s challenges to such scholarship, and documents how those who dared to speak up have been branded as “dangerous”. The book hopes to provoke serious debate. For example:
How do Hinduphobic works resemble earlier American literature depicting non-whites as dangerous savages needing to be civilized by the West?
Are India’s internal social problems going to be managed by foreign interventions in the name of human rights?
How do power imbalances and systemic biases affect the objectivity and quality of scholarship?
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What is the role of India’s intellectuals, policymakers and universities in fashioning an authentic and enduring response?
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The Chittagong Armoury Raid also known as Chittagong uprising, was an attempt on 18 April 1930 to raid the armoury of police and auxiliary forces from the Chittagong armoury in Bengal province of British India by armed revolutionaries for Indian independence led by Surya Sen popularly known as Master-da. The raiders were members of revolutionary groups believing in armed uprisings for Indian independence to liberate India from British colonial rule. The group was led by Surya Sen, and included Ganesh Ghosh, Lokenath Bal, Nirmal Sen, Ambika Chakrobarty, Naresh Roy, Sasanka Datta, Ardhendu Dastidar, Harigopal Bal, Tarakeshwar Dastidar, Ananta Singh, Jiban Ghoshal, Anand Gupta, Pritilata Waddedar, Kalpana Dutta, Binod Bihari Chowdhury, Subodh Roy and many others. Surya Sen devised the strategy of capturing the two main armouries in Chittagong and then destroying the telegraph and telephone office, followed by assassination of members of the "European Club", the majority of whom were government or military officials involved in maintaining the British Raj in India. Firearms retailers were also to be raided, while rail and communication lines were to be cut in order to sever Chittagong from Calcutta. The plan was put into action at 10 p.m. on 18 April 1930. The police armory was captured by a group of revolutionaries led by Ganesh Ghosh, while another group of ten men led by Lokenath Bal took the Auxiliary Forces armoury. Some sixty-five revolutionaries took part in the raid undertaken in the name of the Indian Republican Army, Chittagong Branch. However, they could not locate ammunition. Revolutionaries also succeeded in cutting telephone and telegraph wires and disrupting the movement of the trains; about sixteen of them captured the European club's headquarters. However, the day was Good Friday, and most of the club members were at their homes. Upon learning of the situation, the Europeans were able to get the alarm out to troops, which the revolutionaries had not expected. After the raids, the revolutionary groups gathered outside the police armory where Surya Sen took a military salute, hoisted the National Flag, and proclaimed a Provisional Revolutionary Government. The revolutionaries left Chittagong town before dawn and marched towards the Chittagong hill ranges, looking for a safe place to hide. After a few days, the police traced some of the revolutionaries. The revolutionaries were surrounded by several thousand troops while they took shelter in Jalalabad hills near Chittagong Cantonment on the afternoon of 22 April 1930. Over eighty troops and twelve revolutionaries were killed in the ensuing gunfight. Surya Sen dispersed his men to neighboring villages in small groups and the revolutionaries escaped accordingly. A few of the revolutionaries fled to Calcutta while some were arrested. Some of the revolutionaries managed to reorganize their broken organization. On 24 September 1932, eight young rebels led by Pritilata Waddedar attacked the European Club, killing one woman. During 1930-32, 22 officials and 220 others were killed by revolutionaries in separate incidents. The mass trial of those arrested during and after the raids concluded in January 1932 and the judgment was delivered on 1 March 1932. Twelve of the defendants were sentenced to deportation for life, two received three-year prison sentences and the remaining 32 individuals were acquitted. The Chittagong revolutionary group suffered a fatal blow when Masterda Surya Sen was arrested on 16 February 1933 from Gairala village after a tip-off from an insider of the group. For the reward money, jealousy, or both, Netra Sen told the British Government that Surya Sen was at his house. But before Netra Sen was able to get his 10,000 rupee reward, he was killed by the revolutionaries. Surya Sen along with Tarekeshwar Dastidar was hanged by the British on 12 January 1934.