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Ajit Jogi Passed Away: Broken engagement due to Ajit Jogi, from collector to leader in two and a half hours ... Learn 3 interesting stories
Former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi Passed Away has passed away. His son Amit Jogi has given this information by tweeting. Former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi (Ex Chhattisgarh CM Ajit Jogi) has passed from this world, but he has left such an impression in politics that will be remembered for centuries. There are many stories in Ajit Jogi's whole life that startle someone. Ajit Jogi, who hails from tribal society, grew up barefoot in the streets of the village and after completing his education with the help of missionary, first passed engineering and then UPSC examination and became a collector. Jogi saw so many ups and downs in one life, which at first sight seems difficult to trust. Let's look at 3 such stories related to them that can explain their life.
Jogi made an entry in Gandhi family
Recorded 14 years as Collector, Ajit Jogi was very close to Gandhi family. It is said that Rajiv Gandhi used to be a pilot when Ajit Jogi was the District Collector of Raipur. Whenever Rajiv Gandhi's flight landed in Rayupar, then District Collector Ajit Jogi himself used to go to the airport to receive him. At that time, Rajiv was also young and Jogi too. Because of this, a very good friendship-like relationship was formed between the two. In this way, Collector of a district Ajit Jogi had access to the residence of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Ajit Jogi became collector to politician in two and a half hours
Ajit Jogi, a collector of Indore, visited the countryside. When he returned home at night, wife Renu told that a call was received from the Prime Minister's Office. At first, Jogi wondered why any collector would get a call from the PMO. But the next morning, the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's PA contacted him. He told Jogi that the Prime Minister wants you to resign from the post of Collector immediately. Jogi got a little nervous on hearing this. But in the next sentence, the PM's PA said that the Prime Minister wants you to nominate Rajya Sabha from Madhya Pradesh. He told that by 12 pm Digvijay Singh would reach Indore to pick him up. All formalities of resignation will be completed by 11 am. It took about two and a half hours to resign from the post of collector and take membership of Congress. In this way Ajit Jogi became a collector-turned-politician.
Broken engagement due to Jogi
The thing was that Ajit Jogi was contesting from the Mahasamund Lok Sabha seat after losing the Chhattisgarh assembly elections. Opposition to this seat was senior BJP leader Vidyacharan Shukla.
The engagement ceremony was going on between the two families. Food was going on. During this time, the people of the girl side asked the boys in the normal conversation, whose face is heavier than Mahasamund Lok Sabha seat in this election. The boys said that Ajit Jogi was losing the election to Mahasamund. This matter was exasperated by the girls. On seeing this, the matter increased so much that the girls said that the family which is opposed to Ajit Jogi will not have a relationship with them. The quarrel between the villagers averted the quarrel between the two families, but the engagement ended. Although Ajit Jogi won this election. Interestingly, during this Lok Sabha election campaign, Ajit Jogi's car had crashed, in which the lower part of his body had stopped working. Ajit Jogi could not campaign due to the accident but he still won.
Respect Civil Rights
The detention of Binayak Sen, a respected doctor and civil rights activist, by the Chhattisgarh government is a blot on our democracy. The Chhattisgarh police arrested him a year ago under the Chhattisgarh Special Public Security Acts, 2005 on charges of aiding Maoist.
The police have charged Sen, winner of the 2008 Jonathan Mann award for global health and human rights instituted by the Global Health Council, of acting as a courier for Maoists. His appeal for bail has been turned down desnite appeals from many public OPEN APP rituals across the world, including 22 Nobel laureates. Clearly, the court and police are unwilling to consider his exemplary record as a health and civil rights activist in one of the most underdeveloped regions of the country.
The Chhattisgarh government's stance on the issue compromises its responsibility to the rights guaranteed by the Constitution. Every citizen has a right to speech and association and the government ought to protect these rights. Even if one assumes that Sen is sympathetic to Maoist ideology, as alleged by the police, he has a right to uphold his views unless proven to have violated the law in the process. He also has a right to a speedy and fair trial. Sen is held guilty by association and the goverment is unwilling to recognise its mistake despite pleas from all around.
The Chhattisgarh government has a hard task at hand, no doubt. Maoists are a powerful threat and have stretched the resources of the government.
Unfortunately, the government's policies to counter them are bad in law and practice. Security measures like Salwa Judum and harassment of political and civil rights activists have only eroded the credibility of the government. A strong civil society that vouchsafes political and economic rights is necessary to expose extremist ideologies like Maoism.
As India sets out to expand its influence in global affairs, its record on civil rights will increasingly be under scrutiny. No government can claim special powers and suspend civil rights like freedom of speech and association. Extremist political groups like Maoists don't thrive because of a liberal legal framework, but they certainly would benefit from its absence.
Sen's trial has now started after a year spent in prison. Scores of similar undertrials languishing in Indian jails fare worse. It just doesn't do any good to India's brand image as a country that protects civil rights. Democracy enhances India's soft power potential on the world stage. However, disregard for democratic rights will take the sheen off India's patchy but promising record as a liberal democracy.
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i am inspiration 1997 and this is my first article so as you all know i am a fresher here that 's why
i want to apologize in advance for my silly grammar mistakes i am writing this article so that you all get my point behind this article .so today my topic is Mentality
Today i saw a person who is closely related to me was just walking on the terrace and in India we use plastic wire to hang wet clothes on it so that person is walking on the terrace and a towel or a brassiere and a bed sheet was hanging on wire which come in between his evening walk so he decided to put them aside he is going to touch the brassiere and suddenly he put is hand back then he put towel aside so my confusion is that what is so horrible in that piece of cloth that he put his hand back and use towel to side all clothes .another incidence i remember is one day my father told me get all the clothes from terrace because it is not good if my younger brother bring all the clothes because according to him clothes include female undergarments as well and its a shame if a boy bring female clothes like seriously!! why is it so? if girls and females can touch and take care and wash male undergarments as well then why male is not allowed to just bring female garments from terrace and why men feels hesitate to touch female garment .here i dont want to talk about feminism and differentiation all i just want to say is that there is still a need to change a lot small things which we ignore in day to day life do not you all think so?
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the 9 core processes through which drama therapy facilitates
The processes and techniques used in drama therapy are varied and will likely be unfamiliar to a psychologist who has not studied this specific form of therapy. Drama therapy uses exercises rooted in a theater to help participants express themselves and gain new insights about themselves and others.
The nine core processes through which drama therapy facilitates change in participants include:
Dramatic projection – a technique that allows participants to project their inner feelings and work their issues out onto a role or object.
Personification and impersonation – two different techniques in which participants can express their own personal material through role play or onto an object.
Interactive audience and witnessing – refers to the participant, the group, and/or the client in the role of audience or witness.
Playing – an attitude characterized by spontaneous problem-solving, in which a play space is staked out, objects are actively repurposed into new roles, and allowances are made for changes.
Drama - therapeutic empathy and distancing – the ability of the participants to engage or disengage with the material that resonates with their personal problems and inner conflicts.
Life-drama connection – a process in which participants analyze their personal problems or issues through dramatic projection.
Transformation – an inherent aspect of much of what happens in theater and in play, built right into the structure of telling a story.
Embodiment – the physical expression of personal material (can be actual or envisioned).
Therapeutic performance processes – these processes refer to the therapeutic use of theatrical performance to work through the participants’ personal issues and themes.
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African Economic Liberation: By Sir APM Lukwesa
1.Historically, Africa has given its most precious resources almost for null – sometimes insultingly in exchange for mirrors, spoons or cloth or rancorous political favours. Now, that should come to an end. Africa should publish its findings, take interest in its people’s inventions, promote African-birthed technologies and publish many books, right in Africa for African readership with an African perspective squared. African lands, minerals, fauna and flora, waters, and all that God has freely endowed the oldest continent, should be intelligently managed and vigilantly guarded against cheap foreign acquisition, exploitation and forfeiture.
2. DEVELOP COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP:
Across Africa, strong, courageous leaders who will not be given in to anything that promises quick fixes or who will not be bought by powerful influences or who will not “sell” Africa cheaply to foreign interests, should emerge. These leaders should, and will, learn to stand up tall, reclaim the African cradle and rule with law and righteousness. They will display alacrity, dexterity and excellence in national governance and management. They will not solicit for dumping avenues for failed theories and obsolete economic models from abroad. They will not be naïve to let multinational corporations and business interests hijack industry and resources. African leaders should get smart and act equal with everybody else on the globe.
3. TAKE INTEREST AND LOVE EVERYTHING AFRICAN:
The greatest propaganda that has brought African pride down said that “Black was ugly.” No, to the contrary. Black is powerful, beautiful and resourceful. Africans should believe in Africa and in themselves. It is even a shame that we should be reminding ourselves of this very settled ideal. However, entrenched into many a psyche is this unfounded hypothesis. This has, unfortunately, let Africa down and given self-interested quarters a leap towards mass exploitation of African resources.
4. THINK GLOBAL, INVEST LOCAL:
African countries should not fear to play a key role in global economic manumissions. But African states should invest in Africa first – in infrastructure, manufacturing, technology, communication, information, agriculture, services, the military, intelligence, and etc. It has been said that no country is an island, but, historically, Africa has been foolish many times – it does not only invite others but it dishes to them all secrets and power. That should stop. What the Europeans and Americans have done so well, is to have short-term investment interests in Africa but retain long-term and sustainable assets abroad. It is not because Africa is prone to civil strife or wars or violence; it is because foreign investors in Africa lack any permanent or long-lasting agenda for Africa. And this is logical. Since colonial days and even during post-colonial era, these promises have not materialized. Instead, Africa always ends up poorer and the loser. It will be, however, foolhardy for Africa to think that other people will “develop” Africa for the Africans.
5. KEEP AFRICAN AUTHENTIC:
Duplicity has its own value, but Africa must embrace who and what it is and love what it can do and offer to the world. Africa should not strive to be America or Americans, Europe or Europeans, Asia or Asians, and etc. Africa should be just Africa. This does not mean that Africa will not adopt those ideas which have borne fruit elsewhere. It only means that Africa shall strive to innovate and earn the right to be a leader of authentic and lasting African legacies. Its time to make Africa an appealing brand.
For Zambia, the above five steps must be implemented fast and deliberate. In the 1980s, Zambia sold itself to dysfunctional Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs). In the 1990s, in the name of economic liberalism, it sold itself to the multinational corporations which ingloriously shipped assets and money from Zambia abroad, almost at will or at no tax to the plunders. In the 2000s, Zambia is confused – not knowing who actually controls its resources: Is it the Chinese or Europe or the multilateral agencies or who? The people in power should not work on come-what-may-agenda. There should be a plan, a strategy, and a knowing whether the country is going forward or backwards. To achieve the obvious, Zambia should protect its raw materials and intellect; develop courageous leadership; take interest and love everything Zambian; think global but invest local; and keep Zambian authentic