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we should select unselfish people in each ward and then take dvd/mp3 about their service/work to street/ward will be telecast on the cable tv in the particular ward, the funds are given to each dept will run by qualified people which is checked by that councilor. the councilor will submit report to major.
WATER SECURE RURAL INDIASuccess story of : Drinking water for a Village:
In June 2011 we have implemented LOW COST rainwater harvesting in a
village at Khodegaon (aurangabad) to solve water crisis of that
village. within 2 months water level in the well rose upto 5 ft (from ground) &
tanker was stopped.
Inspired by the results we want to replicate
similar models ‘in one village of each district’ of India with public
participation.Villages interested to solve their water problem ‘ON THEIR OWN’ can contact us.
We need your help & support to locate these villages . Drinking Water for a Village: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2222940384895&set=a.2206763100473.2117626.1589294129&type=3&theater
please youth should take film of scientific/literature/moral story/patriot people history and so on for our children to show in tv channels, library , schools. our aim is only create a new india ie no caste, no religion and no difference in rich and poor and life is not only for money saving and gold saving.
Brilliant. Stumbled across this site and have got myself onto your RSS feed.
today the indian’s election is going to monarchy not democracy that is every state elction is showing monarchy . recently the uttaraprathesh chief minister’s son is elected and in tamilnadu and so on . in whole india election is depended on caste, cash and religion only and not elected unselfish people. please vote election is removed from india. who knows about each ward members services and works, ministers, mp, mla etc. to create a new india , please unselfish people come to politics then only india will saved from evil.
TBI is a great initiative. You have probably touched the lives of thousands, kudos to you folks. Now I have the privilege to read cheerful news with rise of the morning sun….
what is the work done by the president of india? but he/she is getting salary/expensive car/tour/house and so on. the govt should pay money for ministers/mla/mp only salary basis but not given bulk amount of money. the govt paid lot of money for ministers so that the cost of things are raised. the village/common people is suffered to buy basic needs. the govt should published each ministers/mla/mp monthly salary/given money and expensives/properties in the every state language.
We are creating human watchdogs through election process to
monitor the officers of corporation, municipalities and panchayats by spending
Rs. 10,000 crore every five years and few more crores throughout five years.
The problem with this system is that being human and illiterate or semi-literate these representatives are least
suitable for the grand job of managing city, towns or villages. Being human
these watchdogs collude with the officers and finally they both loot the
treasury they are supposed to guard. Being powerful than bearucracy they hire
officers which are suitable to them. So in the end the citizens are sufferers.
What is needed is Grievences redressel forum and not elected
representatives to adminster the villages, towns and cities. We need experts
like IIM graduates to manage the localities.
So in short we should not elect people to manage or
adminster our localities. We have got an expensive democracratic system as a
birth-gift to manage our daily public life, but what was expected a simple
Grievances redressal forum. We should separate adminstration from electoral
We should give charge of Sanitation, Roads, Gardens to infrastructure
companies like L&T, BSNL, MSEB. People should pay to those companies and
not to corporation. There has to be legal bindings to resolve complaints.
This country only requires Transparency Bill. Nothing else.
All Government transactions, investments must be transparent. Like Company Law,
Government should publish its major financial transactions quarterly. It should
publish all contract allotments and rates openly in local newspapers, along
with prevalent market rates.Every Government transaction all over India are
many times market rates. Also to whom the contract is allotted and his PAN Card
No. and if he is relative of any Goverment offficial, MP, MLA it should be
stated specifically. Apart from this for Government should prioritize its
activities.Unless and until there is 100% penetration of basic needs like
schools, roads, sanitation, sports complex at taluka level such games should
not be hosted at Taxpayers’ Money. If you visit Europe/US you will find village
and cities are alike. Only difference is population and some of big city
features like universities and companies. There both enjoy same lifestyle.
There is no difference in living in village & city. We should empower
villages, then and then India can become super power.
Yes..Finally I got some like minded team here. Hold on guys..we need to do lot of work. very soon I am going to approach to you. Btw I’m Kamlesh Sawal based in Mumbai who believes in someone has to start finding solutions when everybody is questioning and blaming others…I believe we all can find the solutions together. I am in process of starting my own e-news paper.
my email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your “mental” support…yes some one is out there who thinks similar to me
see you very soon…
who is unselfish man/woman that one is the greatest indian
the govt should take necessary steps to eradicate alcohol liquor. the poor/village women are very suffered by the family members to drink liquor. please the govt should ordered to close alcohol liquor shops in the city/town/village etc.
hi everyone u people are doing gud!I like to join u guys bec i also feel to help needed people & provide
eduction support to small children aged women.-kala
the govt should to build national integration temples in Ayothia. that is indian traditional temples like rama,krishna,siva,muruga,vinayaka, jesus christ, mosque, singh temple,jains, buddhist and so on. then only the religion fight is end this chapter
Good to see another team INDIA working on unsung heros. Keep up the good work
Thank you very much Dhimant to you and your team for the positive news which you cover the positive news in our country .. The main line press and electronic media ignore the positive news as their circulation or TRPS does not increase . India is a subcontinent and the common women or man which your stories highlight are the unsung heroines or heroes of India . Keep up the good work .
Hello people , I am Sanjeevini Rao . I am passionate about helping people who are in need of food , clothing and shelter . Could anyone please help me out in this work .I would also like to know how can I integrate with this site to start off my work .I appreciate this site for spreading the positive phase of developments and inspiring people to be a part of this initiative .
I share this magazine with many of my friends. I also wish all other pass on. Positive thinking and positive growth is possible. Together we can create a history.
Hi There should be other ways of leaving comments on articles other than allowing access via yahoo etc. It would be helpful if we could upload our comments to be moderated and simply give our email addresses for replies or to inform us if the comments have been accepted.
Anyway just wanted to say really great positive articles. Made my day.
good initiative, keep it up. Dr Jyot Baroda-Gujarat
Hi an Namaste, Dear Guys and Gals,
Lagey Raho ! I always maintain ‘ no news is good news ‘ -especially when you read only bad things . Imagine beginning your day with such stuff !.So, I opined that each one us and what we do – is NEWS every moment. Why struggle to be ‘well-informed’ of the happenings N orth, E ast, W est, S outh ! But now, after seeing your efforts, I say ‘ some news is good news’ !
Yours Nature – Ally,
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