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Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan

-A mechie @ NIT Patna, -Intern @ Engine Development Directorate, RDSO, Ministry of Railway. -blogger @ know_india -Interested in Policing(Internal security), external affairs, Macro economics - Internal Combustion Engines specially diesel engines.

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Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan disagreed with an opinion onSep, 17 2016

PELLET GUN SHOULD NOT BE BANNED UNTIL WE HAVE BETTER ALTERNATIVES

Rohit pande had posted

While some arguments in your post, merit serious consideration and one cant just leave our security forces as sitting ducks.The politicians/ elected government cant hide



Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionSep, 17 2016

RAPE- A GENDER NEUTRAL PERSPECTIVE

Men also get raped. Lets not deny this instead face it. My blog post at Quora. Link is shared below.

https://knowindia15.quora.com/RAPE-A-gender-neutral-perspective

Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionAug, 06 2016

It is high time we start thinking on how to make HAL more lean and divide it into different govt. entities

Another IAF Hawk Trainer crashed during take off, in Kalaikunda, West Bengal on Thursday. Both pilots were ejected safely, reported CNN News18. This is only the tip of the iceberg as far as the mess in PSUs like HAL and Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) is concerned. Through their inefficiency and lack of transparency, these companies in effect, end up serving the interests of the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), by importing the equipment concerned in the first place and impeding the indigenisation process even further.
Another IAF Hawk Trainer crashed during take off, in Kalaikunda, West Bengal on Thursday. Both pilots were ejected safely, reported CNN News18. This is only the tip of the iceberg as far as the mess in PSUs like HAL and Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) is concerned. Through their inefficiency and
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionAug, 05 2016

Making Lieutenant Governor more Powerful is highly Undemocratic

In the war of authority between AAP-ruled Delhi Assembly and the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, it was the LG who won the big battle on Thursday. The Delhi High Court firmly established the superiority of the LG over the Assembly on a number of matters and ruled that he alone was the administrative head of the national Capital. The court ruled in favour of the LG on some jurisdictional issues and quashed several orders and notifications issued by the Delhi government where the LG's approval was not taken into account.
In the war of authority between AAP-ruled Delhi Assembly and the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, it was the LG who won the big battle on Thursday. The Delhi High Court firmly established the superiority of the LG over the Assembly on a number of matters and ruled that he alone was the administrat
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionAug, 03 2016

Sweeping Ganges clean or sweeping tax payers money?! High time every govt project should disclose progress timely

It is not just the opposition which is out to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emotive connect with the river Ganga. Statistics show that very little has been done in the past two years of BJP rule - in spite of spending Rs 2,958 crore of the Rs 3,703 crore allocated - to improve the condition of the holy river. The response to a Right to Information (RTI) poser by a Aishwarya Sharma, a Class 10 student from the city, to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has revealed that the much-hyped 'Namami Gange' programme is largely on paper, much like the previous schemes declared in the past 30 years.
It is not just the opposition which is out to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emotive connect with the river Ganga. Statistics show that very little has been done in the past two years of BJP rule - in spite of spending Rs 2,958 crore of the Rs 3,703 crore allocated - to improve the condition
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan posted an opinion to a discussionJul, 31 2016

Patriotism: What it really means?

Do agree/disagree here.
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 30 2016

Lets get real, It took us 8days to realise our lack of potential to find our planes using our satellites, Digital India's future is far, very far!

efence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday told Parliament that India has sought help from the United States to locate the missing Indian Air Force flight. He said they had requested US to check whether their satellite to catch any signals from the aircraft, which went off the radar on July 22. "We are now contacting US [to check] whether their satellites have picked signals," he said, according to IANS. Parrikar, however, warned that the possibility may be low because of a thick cloud cover.
efence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday told Parliament that India has sought help from the United States to locate the missing Indian Air Force flight. He said they had requested US to check whether their satellite to catch any signals from the aircraft, which went off the radar on July 22. "We
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 27 2016

Indian media is at its lowest point after Barkha Dutt and Arnab Goswami are taking each other head-on.

Barkha Dutt posted this on facebook after Arnab Goswami targeted her on Hafez Saeed's statement"Times Now calls for gagging of media & for journalists to be tried &punished. This man is journalist?I am ashamed to be from same industry as him. What's striking is his brazen and cowardly hypocrisy. So he drones on and on about Pro Pakistan Doves without one word on the JK alliance agreement that commits the BJP and PDP to talks with Pakistan and Hurriyat and is silent on Modi's own Pakistan outreach- neither of which I object to- but since Arnab Goswami measures patriotism by such views why is he so silent on the government? Chamchagiri? Imagine, a journalist actually exhorts the government to shut down sections of the media, misrepresents them as isi agents and terror sympathisers, calls for them to be tried and acted against. And our fraternity remains locked into politically correct and timid silence. Well Im not a shrinking violet Mr. Goswami and no matter how many times you take my name directly or indirectly on your show, I really dont give a toss for your opinion. I hope I will always be someone whose journalism you loathe, because trust me, the feeling is so utterly mutual that it would kill me to be on the same side of any issue as you."
Barkha Dutt posted this on facebook after Arnab Goswami targeted her on Hafez Saeed's statement"Times Now calls for gagging of media & for journalists to be tried &punished. This man is journalist?I am ashamed to be from same industry as him. What's striking is his brazen and cowardly hypocrisy. So
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 25 2016

25 years since the '91 reforms and yet there is only 'Top-Down, not Bottom-Up' approach

It is commonly accepted that the two most reliable tests for the success or failure of economic reforms are: One, whether rules for entry into the world of enterprise and survival thereafter is controlled by the State machinery in an arbitrary manner, or whether there is a transparent regime which allows a level playing rule-based regime for the same. Two, whether bribe rates for placating concerned officials or government employees and related mafia networks have gone up or down.
It is commonly accepted that the two most reliable tests for the success or failure of economic reforms are: One, whether rules for entry into the world of enterprise and survival thereafter is controlled by the State machinery in an arbitrary manner, or whether there is a transparent regime whic
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 22 2016

There is a dire need for Inter State Council for India’s federalism!

B.R. Ambedkar once described India and its states as “one integral whole, its people a single people living under a single imperium derived from a single source”. It was a necessary sentiment at a time when a newly independent and partitioned nation was trying to frame a coherent idea of itself. But the political and economic context has changed drastically since then. The relationship between the centre and the states has failed to keep pace with its evolution. The Inter-state Council (ISC) meet convened last week after a decade’s gap is thus all the more significant. And the discontent there—chief ministers have voiced their concerns on issues ranging from adventurism by governors to shifting of subjects from the state list to the concurrent list—makes that gap particularly puzzling.
B.R. Ambedkar once described India and its states as “one integral whole, its people a single people living under a single imperium derived from a single source”. It was a necessary sentiment at a time when a newly independent and partitioned nation was trying to frame a coherent idea of itself.
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 20 2016

India Is Not A Secular State In Its True Sense

The 42nd amendment to the Constitution of India inserted the word "secular" into the preamble thus making India a "secular" Republic. But is India truly a secular country? While the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines secularism as "the belief that religion should not play a role in government, education, or other public parts of society", the most commonly accepted definition of secularism is "separation of religion and state". By this definition, I would submit that the India of today is not a secular country. I further assert that the policies of the Indian state are nor just unsecular but smack of blatant religious reverse-discrimination against its majority community.
The 42nd amendment to the Constitution of India inserted the word "secular" into the preamble thus making India a "secular" Republic. But is India truly a secular country? While the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines secularism as "the belief that religion should not play a role in government, ed
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 12 2016

India should not use Violence in protests despite J&K Protests After Burhan Wani Killing

Despite pressure from Islamist groups in Kashmir, and some in the media, India shouldn’t hold back on the offensive against jihadi terror in Jammu and Kashmir. Jihadis use every concession as evidence that they are winning the war. The contest of wills between the Indian state, the Pakistani state and a whole bunch of non-state terrorist actors has resumed once again in Jammu & Kashmir. This time it has happened with the killing of Burhan Wani of the Hizbul Mujahideen by the security forces. It’s a contest India cannot afford to lose. The last thing we need is a namby-pamby response just because popular passions have been aroused during Wani’s orchestrated funeral. The funeral triggered attacks on the security forces, with the total of civilian and police killed adding up to 23 at the time of writing.
Despite pressure from Islamist groups in Kashmir, and some in the media, India shouldn’t hold back on the offensive against jihadi terror in Jammu and Kashmir. Jihadis use every concession as evidence that they are winning the war. The contest of wills between the Indian state, the Pakistani
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan agreed with an opinion onJul, 09 2016

With the toppling of Assad in Syria, will the voilence increase or decrease?


Best method in the case of Syria is to first counter ISIS and Al-nusra by direct military action and then restore normal law and order situation in Syria. Only then the U



Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 09 2016

Indian army should treat separatists and terrorists differently. Burhan Wani was a terrorist or a separatist? Who defines?

Does the Indian Government have an official policy in dealing with Kashmiri Separatisits which is not exactly same as that for terrorists? What is stopping India from taking stern action against them and revoking their citizenship, when many of them openly bear allegiance to Pakistan?
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 06 2016

Modi Sarkar’s Latest Labour Law Reform Can Help Create Millions Of Low-Skilled Jobs

The government has introduced the concept of the fixed term contract which allows textile companies to hire workers for a fixed period, instead of offering permanent employment. This will encourage textile companies to hire more workers. More importantly, they will be able to do so through the formal job market, instead of working through contractors, and short-changing the workers.
The government has introduced the concept of the fixed term contract which allows textile companies to hire workers for a fixed period, instead of offering permanent employment. This will encourage textile companies to hire more workers. More importantly, they will be able to do so through the form
Laxmaneshwar Pratap Singh Chauhan started a new discussionJul, 04 2016

In the light of recent terrorist attacks on European cities, do you think India should be worried about possible terrorist attacks by ISIS on its cities?

A recent document titled, "A Brief History of the Islamic State Caliphate (ISC): The Caliphate According to the Prophet" was recently found in Pakistan. The 32-page document, translated by a Harvard researcher, suggested that the next big Islamic State (ISIS) target in the region would be India. It suggested that the objective of the group was not merely to undertake an occasional terrorist strike in the country, but to wage a full-fledged attack against India, by uniting all jihadi groups in the region, under its leadership. This raises some pertinent questions regarding the nature, probability and intensity of the challenge at hand.
A recent document titled, "A Brief History of the Islamic State Caliphate (ISC): The Caliphate According to the Prophet" was recently found in Pakistan. The 32-page document, translated by a Harvard researcher, suggested that the next big Islamic State (ISIS) target in the region would be India. It

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