PAPPA.... PLEASE GIVE ME FEW TIME
Now a days every one says... "NO TIME", "NO TIME", "NO TIME" , but every one should "spend with family" is must. Please read this small story which I posted,  I think that you will change your attitude that giving time to family. Please don't ignore this story............ saying with "NO TIME" reason.



Poor girls want to become IAS officers


45 girls from the lowest economic strata in the State bag Fair & Lovely Foundation scholarships in 2009







Aiming big: Some of the recipients of Fair & Lovely Foundation scholarships from the State.
Anuja Parigi, a brilliant student, K.V.S. Padmaja of Narpala village, and Raya Nagamani of Hyderabad, are among the 45 girls from Andhra Pradesh, of the 183 across the country, from the lower-most economic strata to receive the Fair & Lovely Foundation scholarships in 2009. All the three have one common ambition—to pursue IAS.
Anuja, the eldest of three daughters of a mechanic, is doing engineering. She feels only because of corruption that the country is not yet developing and wants to work towards eradication of poverty, ill-health and hunger. Padmaja, who completed her education so far with the help of government schemes, has secured a merit seat in B. Tech. She wants to pursue M. Tech from an IIT and become an IAS officer to serve the poor, including her parents.
Raya Nagamani of Hyderabad is being supported by her mother, who is a farmer and the family’s only bread-earning member. She has been given the scholarship to do BCS from Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Sciences.
A press release issued by the foundation said here that scholarships of up to Rs.1 lakh are offered to any graduate, post-graduate and doctorate courses. This covers the total cost of education, including tuition fee incurred by the candidates to complete their courses.
The girls from the State who received the scholarships are: Anuja Parigi, Aparna Gannamaneni (Rajahmundry), Ashwini Manthri (Sangareddy), Asia Bagwan, Ayesha Mirza (Hindupur), Bhavya. K. (Guntur), Chandrakala Chinathala, Chittala Annapurna, Duggirala Puja, Durgabhavani Jangam, Gayathri Bolla, Heena Nausheen, Inti V. Lakshmi Chandravathi, Jyothi Mallela, K.S. R.S. Lakshmi, K. Prasanna Jyothi, Kolan Sandhya, K.V.S. Padmaja, M. Sukumari (Chittoor), M.V.S.R.Madhuri (East Godavari), Madhuri P.N., Mayuri P.N. (both Tirupati), Manjula.B. (Kodumur), Nandini Ganachari, Neeraja CH, Pothneri R. Charishma, R. Sindhu Mowlika Valiveti (Guntur), Ramya Naidu Medisetty, Ravipati Sandhya Lakshmi (Narsaraopet), Raya Nagamani (Hyderabad), S. L. Aparna R (Kakinada), Sameena Banu Mohammad (Vijayawada), Samyuktha Karra (Nizamabad), Satyasree Bandlandi (Guntur), Sheikh Apsar Jahan (Eluru), Sheikh Nasreen (Krishna district), Shravani Thumma (Karimnagar), Silpa Murari, Sravani. D, Sravanthi Lingampally, Swetha Koppulu, Syed Mubeena Apsar, V. Chinmeyi Laxmi Prasanna, Sai Vinaya Thota (Hindupur) and Yasmeen Mirza.


Telangana possible only if Constitution is amended

As per legal experts Resolution in the Assembly will not serve much purpose..


‘Parliament alone has powers to create a new State under Article 3 of Constitution’
‘Technically, Assembly resolution will have no bearing on Parliament decision’


The formation of Telangana State will become possibly only when Parliament adopts a Bill to amend the Constitution and a resolution in the Assembly will not serve much purpose, say legal experts. Though the State government has been asked to adopt a resolution on Telanaga State, it is not mandatory to pave way for Telangana. The resolution either in favour or against it will not be binding as Parliament alone has powers to create a new State under Article 3 of the Constitution, they say.
President may refer the issue to the State being reorganised and seek its resolution. However, technically, the Assembly’s resolution either in favour or against Telangana will have no bearing on Parliament’s decision taken on the basis of Article 2 and 3 of the Constitution.
While Article 2 states that Parliament may by law admit into the Union or establish new States on such terms and conditions as it thinks fit, Article 3 refers to formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States.
He recalled that Uttaranchal and Jharkhand were carved out of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar though the respective Chief Ministers opposed the proposal and the BJP-led NDA government had enough backing in Parliament to pass the Bills. Creation of Telangana involves only an internal re-arrangement of territorial re-fixation of boundaries.
Telangana State was a very legitimate demand of Telangana people pending since 1956 and the decision to initiate political process for separate State would not be decision of Congress president Sonia Gandhi but that of Parliament. The Union government recognised the political will of the people of Telangana and the issue could only be debated in Parliament and not dictated by those outside Telangana with vested interests in the region.


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on November 18, 2008
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