Twenty five (25) tourists including twenty four (24) students from VNR Vignana Jyothi College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh (Telangana), India and one tour manager went missing on Sunday June 08, 2014. Among 24 students, 18 are boys and 6 are girls. From the media report videos available about this Beas river tragedy/ Mandi tragedy it is evident that the students have drowned in dam water that was released from Larji Hydropower project/ Larji Dam around evening in River Beas near Thalot on Manali-Kiratpur Highway, 40km from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh in north India. A total of 48 students in the second year of the B.Tech (Electronics and Instrumentation) course along with three of the college faculty members, had gone on the study tour paying Indian Rupees 15,000 each.
Residents of Campa Cola Compound in Mumbai, India have formed a society to fight for own right to live in houses that were allotted to them. Residents have purchased these houses with hard earned money and living for few decades.
Important point to remember is that in 1983 permission was granted to build 9 buildings of 5 stories each. Later amended plans were submitted for which permission was not granted. Builders continued to build as per the amended plans and in 1984 notices were issued by authorities to stop the construction but construction continued. Interestingly two years later in 1986 authorities demanded penalty amount from the builder and builder deposited the penalty amount. Technically till this stage everything appears to be all right.
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On June 5 World Environment Day is celebrated in most of the countries. India also celebrates World Environment Day but is this relevant to those who are destructing our environment in a most horrific manner? A kind of GundaRaj. Most of these people are determined to destroy our environment because they do not have fear of punishment. Continue reading GundaRaj.com brings story of one man Army on World Environment Day →
Everyone feels proud of soldiers because they do everything to protect the life of citizens. Most of us are unaware of hardship they had to undergo during training and on job everyday. So as a member of civilized society it is the responsibility of every citizen to respect and be polite towards the family of our soldiers. Below video shows how a Subhashini Vasanth a martyr’s wife fights Karnataka state government red tapeism in India. Her husband was Colonel Vasanth Venugopal, Commanding Officer, Ninth Maratha Light Infantry, Indian Army who was awarded the Ashok Chakra (Posthumous), India’s highest gallantry award for exemplary bravery in action in Jammu & Kashmir in 2007. Please feel free to share your comments/ views on this type of GundaRaj in India.
Four men can be seen beating (using stick) one unarmed helpless woman and no one came to help. This happened in Ludhiana in Punjab (India). It was also reported that initially the police did not register her complaint, after approaching higher authorities the complaint was then registered by police. Some reports also mention that these days more number of cases are being getting highlighted on Internet/ media fromPunjab, India. Continue reading Woman brutally beaten up in Ludhiana, Punjab, India – video →