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Discussion in 'National Politics' started by layman, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. sangos

    sangos Lt. Colonel SENIOR MEMBER

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    Re: Notorious spammer Bharti of AAP denies links with dubious sites but lies exposed

    He should be hired in our Hacker Command:sarcastic:
     
  2. tunguska

    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Re: Notorious spammer Bharti of AAP denies links with dubious sites but lies exposed

    In 2005 , DNA published report about 3 Indians among top spammers


    BANGALORE: They have made select-and-delete an involuntary reaction among net users by flooding e-mail inboxes with spam, offering weight-loss panacea or herbal viagra. And with spam being a lucrative business across the globe, even Indians are entering the fray in a big way.


    Spamhaus.org, a British non-profit organization regarded as the most authoritative voice on spamming, features three Indians among the world's worst spammers who together account for 80 per cent of the world's spam: Somnath Bharti, Husein Gandhi and Daniel Mankani.


    All three have several aliases, email ids, false addresses and phone numbers strewn across the net. While DNA managed to trace Bharti in Delhi, all efforts to locate Gandhi and Mankani drew a blank.


    Unlike the United States, India does not consider spamming to be illegal, making the country a haven for spammers, says cyber law expert Pavan Duggal. Notorious spammers like Alan Ralsky, Paul Aunger and Scott Richter route their operations through India.



    While Bharti and Gandhi operate from India, Mankani appears to be based in Singapore or Malaysia. Bharti, whose photograph appears on Spamhaus, did MSc from IIT Delhi in 1997. IIT's alumni association website gives his email id that links him to a company called Madgen Solutions. Attempts to reach him through this email ID or the phone numbers on the company's website reached a deadend.


    But a call made to a cellphone number, which IIT Delhi authorities provided after going through alumni records, was answered by one Rajesh who described himself as Bharti's secretary. He denied Bharti was involved in any kind of spamming but refused to confirm or deny whether he runs Madgen.


    According to Spamhaus, Bharti and his partner Paul Aunger run a large spam operation called Topsites.


    `Rajesh' denies all this but brushes off all questions on how Bharti came to be listed by Spamhaus at all.


    According to the site of Techpreneurship Singapore, Mankani launched PerPay for online financial transactions in 2001. He also launched a slew of companies in Singapor.


    Gandhi claims to be an MBA from a Mumbai institute. On elance.com, Gandhi advertises bulletproof hosting - a popular spamming tool - and claims to provide domain registrations from a server in Argentina. Somewhere along the line, he teamed up with Alan Ralsky.
     
  3. The Drdo Guy

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    Re: Notorious spammer Bharti of AAP denies links with dubious sites but lies exposed

    Toh yeh bahut purana PAPI hai...Kejariwal kya bolte ho ab??Clean criminal record wale ko ticket dene ki baat karne wala international criminal ko nahi pehchaan saka....Beta kejariwal kuch bataya nahi sab gol kar gaye..Batao public ko ki unka kanoon mantri international criminal hai aur nikal do party se tab samjha jaye ki tum imandar ho aur jo CM banne se pahele bolte the wo ab bhi mante ho....
     
  4. MAFIAN GOD

    MAFIAN GOD Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Re: Notorious spammer Bharti of AAP denies links with dubious sites but lies exposed

    It is said that when people take a bath in Ganga river all their sins are vanished.
    I think kejriwal is doing the same. You join his party and then VOILA.....All your sins will be vanished and you will be provided with a "IMANDARI Certificate" from the likes of Yogendra Yadav, Bhushan duo and others.
     
  5. Marqueur

    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    Independent legislator to withdraw support to AAP government

    Independent legislator Rambeer Shokeen Monday said he would withdraw support to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi as water and power issues have not been addressed by it. "(Delhi Chief Minister) Arvind Kejriwal promised that our demands will be fulfilled. Till now, nothing has happened so I am going to withdraw my support," said Shokeen.

    Janata Dal-United legislator Shoaib Iqbal, Shokeen and expelled AAP legislator Vinod Kumar Binny Feb 2 told Kejriwal to meet their demands, among others, for slashing power and water tariff and enhancing women's security, else they would withdraw support to his government.

    Iqbal and Shokeen met Kejriwal Feb 3 and claimed that the chief minister had assured them of action on their demands. "It's been long and he (Kejriwal) is not even responding to my calls," Shokeen said.

    The AAP won 28 seats in the 70-member house in the December 2013 Delhi assembly elections and formed the government with the outside support of the Congress, which won eight seats. The BJP won 31 seats and the Akali Dal and Janata Dal-United one each, while an Independent candidate was also elected.

    Of the AAP's 28 lawmakers, one was elected speaker while Binny was expelled for anti-party activities, bringing the party's effective strength down to 26.

    Independent legislator to withdraw support to AAP government | Latest News & Updates at DNAIndia.com
     
  6. Marqueur

    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    Re: Independent legislator to withdraw support to AAP government

    MLA Rambeer Shokeen to meet LG, likely to withdraw support from AAP govt

    Zee News Bureau/Ajith Vijay Kumar

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appears to be on his way out after MLA Rambeer Shokeen declared that he will pull the plug on the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government on Monday.

    Independent MLA from Mundka, Shokeen, would be meeting Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to formally withdraw support from the AAP government. He has accused the AAP government of going back on the promises made to the people.

    If Shokeen withdraws support, the AAP government's strength in the 70-member assembly would drop to 35, one short of a majority.

    Also Read: Jan Lokpal row: Arvind Kejriwal threatens to resign, Congress calls it 'shrewd' tactic

    The crisis comes at a time when the AAP government is already under pressure over the Jan Lokpal Bill. The Congress,which is supporting it from outside, has declared that it will not support the “unconstitutional” move to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill without the Centre's nod.

    But Kejriwal is defiant and has threatened to quit if the Jan Lokpal Bill and Swaraj Bill are not passed by the Delhi assembly.

    Kejirwal wants the Delhi Assembly to clear the Jan Lokpal and the Swaraj Bill- to be tabled in the Assembly on February 15 and 16, respectively. He has threatened to resign is the bills are not passed.

    While the Jan Lokpal Bill seeks life term as maximum punishment for government servants – including the chief minister - found guilty of corruption, the Swaraj bill intends to decentralise power by segregating the city into 2,700 mohalla sabhas.

    Both the bills are inspired by Kejriwal's book 'Swaraj' which questions the existing democratic framework in the country. The book itself is mired in controversy after a primary school teacher from Noida , who has written a similar book, accused the AAP chief of plagiarism.

    The Congress is clear that it will not support the bill. Reports indicated that the party, which is supporting the AAP government from outside, may chose to abstain from voting.

    “Congress has always maintained that it will support the Jan Lokpal Bill. Our only request to the AAP government is to follow the rules and respect the Constitution. The CM is not above the Constitution,” Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely said.

    However, the AAP asserted that Central government's prior clearance was not required for the passage of the Jan Lokpal Bill. As per their view, the Constitution provides the Delhi government to pass any law except for the law related to police, law and order and land.

    Kejriwal meets 'Guru' Anna Hazare

    With the going getting tough on the Jan Lokpal Bill, Arvind Kejriwal met the original Jan Lokpal Bill crusader Anna Hazare and sought his support on the issue. Hazare has supported the Delhi Chief Minister on his threat to resign.

    However, Kiran Bedi, who was part of the Lokpal agitation, hit out at Kejriwal for threatening to resign if the Jan Lokpal Bill is not passed in the Assembly by questioning whether the anti-graft legislation was drafted just to cause a “major confrontation while blaming others”.

    “I wonder if the Delhi Lokayukta bill is drafted to be passed? Or was it to cause major confrontation to walk away while blaming many others!” Bedi tweeted late Sunday evening.

    She also claimed that Kejriwal was seeking Anna Hazare’s support now, but did not even remember the Gandhian during his swearing-in as Chief Minister.

    “At swearing-in as CM Delhi, AK completely forgot Anna! There was no expression of gratitude even! Now Anna’s support being sought yet again!!” she tweeted.

    Kejriwal had on Saturday threatened "to go to any extent" over the Jan Lokpal Bill.

    Explaining his government's stand on the bill, the Chief Minister said, "They said the Union government's clearance is needed. Then why are we elected? We are asking for removal of corruption, they are saying no to it. The law is for the people and not vice versa."

    (With agency inputs)
    [video=youtube_share;x39YlT6hHHs]http://youtu.be/x39YlT6hHHs[/video]
     
  7. Marqueur

    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    AAP govt loses majority, Independent MLA withdraws support

    NEW DELHI: The AAP government on Monday lost majority in the Delhi assembly as Independent MLA Rambeer Shokeen withdrew support.

    AAP has now been reduced to a minority government.

    JD(U) legislator Shoaib Iqbal, Shokeen and expelled AAP legislator Vinod Kumar Binny on February 2 had asked Kejriwal to meet their demands, among others, for slashing power and water tariff and enhancing women's security, or else they would withdraw support to his government.

    Iqbal and Shokeen met Kejriwal on February 3 and claimed that the chief minister had assured them of action on their demands.

    Shookeen who is an MLA from the Mundka constituency met LG Nejeeb Jung today apprising him of his decision to withdraw support to the government.

    Shokeen said he quit after chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reneged on his promises to solve the power and water problems in Delhi.

    The AAP won 28 seats in the 70-member house in the December 2013 Delhi assembly elections and formed the government with the outside support of the Congress, which won eight seats.

    The BJP won 31 seats and the Akali Dal and Janata Dal-United one each, while an Independent candidate was also elected.

    Of the AAP's 28 lawmakers, one was elected speaker while Binny was expelled for anti-party activities, bringing the party's effective strength down to 26.

    AAP govt loses majority, Independent MLA withdraws support - The Times of India
     
  8. The Drdo Guy

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    Re: Notorious spammer Bharti of AAP denies links with dubious sites but lies exposed

    yes,CHOR CHOR MAUSERE BHAI....
     
  9. Himanshu Pandey

    Himanshu Pandey Don't get mad, get even. STAR MEMBER

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    and they made him law minister.. irony failed here.
     
  10. tunguska

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    AAP govt rewards protesters: 50% subsidy for those who supported Kejriwal's protest

    AAP govt rewards protesters: 50% subsidy for those who supported Kejriwal's protest against power bills

    NEW DELHI: Rewarding those who had supported them and refused to pay their power bills during AAP's agitation, the Delhi government on Wednesday decided to give them a 50 per cent relief on their pending bills and also waived the penalty.

    A decision in this regard was on Wednesday taken at a meeting of the Delhi Cabinet.

    "Delhi government today decided to give a 50 per cent subsidy to those who did not pay their bills from October, 2012, to April, 2013, (the duration of the agitation) and continued not paying till December.

    "Moreover, any penalty on bills would also be waived off," AAP minister Manish Sisodia told reporters after the meeting.

    Just after its formation, AAP had launched a 'Bijli Satyagraha' against "inflated" power bills in the national capital. As part of the campaign, Kejriwal had urged people to refuse to pay their power bills.

    Although around 10 lakh people had signed AAP's petition against power distribution companies during the agitation, only 24,000-odd consumers actually stopped paying their bills.

    The decision will thus benefit these 24,000 people as Delhi government foots a Rs 6 crore bill on their behalf.

    Keeping a pre-poll promise, Kejriwal had announced a 50 per cent subsidy on electricity consumption of up to 400 units in Delhi after coming to power following the recent Assembly elections.

    Later, the AAP government also ordered the Comptroller and Auditor General to audit the finances of the three private power distribution companies serving Delhi.

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    :facepalm::facepalm:
     
  11. AccessDenied

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    Re: AAP govt rewards protesters: 50% subsidy for those who supported Kejriwal's prote

    :facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

    Isn't this $hit illegal???
     
  12. Gessler

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    Everything is legal for these guys...so long as they do it.
     
  13. TSUNAMI

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    I believe in most of it....
     
  14. Devil

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    you know this might give edge to bjp now as AAP failed now what will the voters do that is the question
     
  15. Bismarck

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    I wonder why Kejriwal did not have a referendum before resigning as he had taken referendum when taking up the top job?
    The referendum etc was just an eyewash to fool the people into believing that AAP is ruling on behalf of the people, ultimately all decisions were taken by few top people in the room and it has nothing to do with the WILL OF THE PEOPLE
    I still say that AAP is good only as anti corruption movement, but definitely they do not know how to rule and certainly do not have ideas about how to govern,
     

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