Sunday, July 29, 2012
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Usually, there is a saying in Hindi "jangal mein mor naacha, kisne dekha" (no one has seen peacock dancing in the jungle).
Monday, July 16, 2012
This decision will be of utmost importance to the Indian masses. It’s also a thrash on the faces of those who think that
is a country, where money and power decide the future of the justice. As our
Supreme Court has rightly upheld the conviction of the former MP, Anand Mohan,
I am glad that such a major jolt has been felt by the blind politicians. But
still I am not satisfied by the judgment as I think that the decision should
not have been much delayed also the culprits must have been granted much
harsher punishment - as this cases, in my opinion falls in the rare of rarest
Following is the report from Zee News website:
SC upholds life term to Anand Mohan in murder case
A bench of justices A K Patnaik and Madan B Lokur also rejected an appeal by
the Bihar government that sought enhancement of Anand Mohan's punishment to
death sentence and its appeals against acquittal of all other accused including
his wife Lovely Anand in the case.
cross appeals were filed against the December 2008 verdict of the Patna High
Court, which had commuted Anand Mohan's death penalty, awarded by the trial
court, to life sentence and had acquitted all others due to lack of evidence.
Besides Lovely Anand, former state Minister Akhlaq Ahmed, former MLA Arun
Kumar, MLA (JD-U) from Lalganj Vijay Kumar Shukla alias Munna Shukla, Shashi
Shekhar and Harendra Kumar were acquitted.
Mohan, former MP from Sheohar, was awarded life term under Sections 302
(murder) and 109 (abetment of offence).
Additional District and Sessions Judge R S Rai had on
October 3, 2007 awarded death
sentence to Mohan, Ahmed and Arun Kumar and life imprisonment to Lovely Anand,
Munna Shukla, Shashi Shekhar and Harendra Kumar.
Anand Mohan, who was the leader of the then Bihar
People's Party (BPP) at the time of the murder, and his wife were accused of
inciting a mob to lynch Krishnaiah. The BPP is now defunct.
Krishnaiah was lynched by a mob accompanying the cortege of a BPP leader Chotan
Shukla on December 5, 1994.
The officer was pulled out of a car, beaten up mercilessly and then shot dead.
A bench of justices A K Patnaik and Madan B Lokur also rejected an appeal by the Bihar government that sought enhancement of Anand Mohan's punishment to death sentence and its appeals against acquittal of all other accused including his wife Lovely Anand in the case.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
न राह मिली न रौशनी
हर तरफ है फैला अंधियारा
हर कदम उठाने से पहले
क्यों लगे कि जैसे हूँ हारा
मुश्किलों के हैं पहरे फैले
कर सके इरादे न मैले
हैं तितर बितर सपने जैसे
और शुरू सांझ कि झांकी है
आसार नहीं है अब फिर भी
उम्मीद सुबह की बाकी है
हर कदम पे हैं राहें कई
उलझन ही साथ फिर रहती है
फिर भी न थमे जुनून कभी
जो साथ लहू के बहती है
लगता है रौशनी दूर नहीं
और राह दिखे अब वहीँ कहीं
थोड़ी ही दूर फिर जाना है
इसलिए मुश्किलें डांकी है
फिर नए सफ़र पे चलना है
पर नींद अभी भी बाकी है