Some journalists in collusion with the former MD of UPSIDC Mr. Amit Kumar Ghosh IAS are jointly bringing disrepute to my name levelling various allegations which are wholly baseless.
I want to inform to all my well-wishers, friends, followers and public in general, that the said bureaucrat Mr. Amit Kumar Ghosh is a highly corrupt officer and has amassed huge wealth during his tenure as the MD UPSIDC of which I have personal knowledge and the details of his wrong-doings has already been provided by me in various legal forums and is presently pending adjudication.
Thank you all for your support.
Arun Kumar Mishra
There are many news items that circulate in the media and I don’t usually comment on those links as I have absolute faith in the Judiciary of our country to do justice. Time and again my silence has proven the best weapon to those who have wished to wrong me, as my faith in the law remains unshaken. However, on this particular occasion, I am extremely perturbed by the recent development wherein a HindustanTimes journalist with the intent to make quick bucks misused the power and sanctity of the written word to defame me, simply because I did not succumb to his demands.
The article in question is the one published on 13 May 2017 - http://www.hindustantimes.com/india...
The said journalist not only threatened me but was continuously blackmailing me to extort money, as he was confident that he would be able to carry the false news in the leading daily and not only tarnish my image and reputation, but also bring disrepute to the lawyers some of whom are today sitting Supreme Court judges, Senior Law Officers, and Ministers which is extremely irresponsible and unfortunate.
In this respect, I have sent a legal notice to the Chairperson and Editorial Director, HT where I have narrated the truth of this matter. Mr. Haider Naqvi the said journalist has cast aspersions on my integrity without verifying the veracity of the facts rather it was a deliberate and calculated move to spread the malicious news in the public and referring to matters which have been already settled in the court of law. The concerned journalist said that citing that Mr. Mukul Rohatgi, the current Attorney General of India had appeared or rather represented me in various forums is an utter lie. Mr. Mukul Rohatagi has never appeared for me. As regards to the other Senior Advocates, the news report does not have any regard with the lawyers who are reputed law officers and judges of the country and have casted aspersions on their integrity by deliberating upon and questioning their intent in representing me, whereas there is something called an attorney-lawyer privilege which Mr. Naqvi appears to be not aware of.
Further to this, I would like to mention that being a public servant, the esteemed lawyers are aware of my humble capacities and have stood for the cause to get me justice. While I seek my remedy in civil and criminal law, this entire development has caused me great personal injury and irreparable harm.
Here's a link to the sites which have covered this unfortunate development and also find a copy of the legal notice on the following links:
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Writ Court should not intervene where Adjudicating Authority under Prevention of Money Laundering Act :
Directorate of Enforcement vide its order under Section 5(1) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (Act) provisionally attached property held in the name of Appellant. Another complaint under Section 5(5) of the Act was filed against the Appellants before the Adjudicating Authority under the Act, which issued notices to the Appellants calling upon them to show cause as to why the property provisionally attached should not be declared to be the property involved in money laundering and confiscated by the Central Government and the Appellants were directed to appear before the Adjudicating Authority.In a reply filed by the Appellants before the Adjudicating Authority and applications under Section 11 of the Act read with Regulation 18 of the Adjudicating Authority Regulations, 2006, sought permission for cross-examination of witnesses on whose statements, the complaints against them were based. However, no speaking order was passed and the Adjudicating Authority posted the complaints for final disposal.
The writ petitions filed against the above proceedings were dismissed on the ground that when the Adjudicating Authority under PMLA has seized of the matter, no interference was called for in the writ petition. Liberty however was given to raise this grievance in the event of Appellants being aggrieved by the final order to be passed by Adjudicating Authority under PMLA.
In the further appeal preferred against the dismissal order passed by the Writ Court, to an enquiry posed to the Appellant that even if the Appellants are right in their contention of having a right to cross-examine the persons whose oral testimony is intended to be used against them and even if the Adjudicating Authority is wrongly depriving them of the said right, is it not open to them to, if at all aggrieved by the orders of the Adjudicating Authority, to take up the said aspect in appeal under Section 26 of the Act, it was replied that if the Appellants have a right in law to cross-examine the witnesses, why should a Court not interfere at this stage itself instead of allowing the Adjudicating Authority to proceed on a futile exercise.
The Court said no, holding that the Adjudicating Authority since was seized of the complaints and it was not known as to which way the order of the Adjudicating Authority would go and also whether the authority would rely upon the material before it qua which the Appellants claim a right of cross-examination. However in the event of there being any order by the Adjudicating Authority against which Appellants become aggrieved, there is a statutory remedy available to them. Any interference at this stage in the proceedings of which the Adjudicating Authority is seized would result in a situation which the Supreme Court has warned the High Courts to avoid stating that the writ jurisdiction being discretionary, should not ordinarily be exercised by quashing a show cause notice. Accordingly, it was held that the Single Judge rightly refused to interfere, while at the same time protecting the rights of the Appellants.
[Arun Kumar Mishra vs. Union of India & Anr.]
(Delhi HC, 31.01.2014)
The light comes from three heliostatic mirrors by the name of Solspeil, which were installed on the side of the mountain around 450 meters above the square of the town.
The mirrors are able to capture the sunlight which doesn’t make it down onto the square and then direct it into the square. The mirrors are able to illuminate around 600 square metres and they are controlled by computers
This allows them to be able to track the sun as it moves across the sky. The mirrors move every 10 seconds and this ensures that the residents get sunlight in the square for the length of the day. - See more at: http://interestingengineering.com/the-huge-sun-mirrors-of-rjukan-shed-light-on-the-town/#sthash.eFpxCdfX.dpuf
Giancarlo Zema, an Italian architect, has come up with a floating eco-friendly solar powered home by the name of the WaterNest 100. The floating home offers 100 square meters of space in a circular structure resembling a pod. 98% of the home is designed in recycled materials and the roof of the home is a solar panel array. See more at: http://interestingengineering.com/waternest-100-solar-powered-floating-home/#sthash.D9VEdRxr.dpuf
Zema said he took inspiration for the home from studying nests of water birds. The architect said that water birds live and have babies in harmony with nature on the water so he wanted to design a floating home experience for people.
Globally, today, we are celebrating Mother’s day. A day to honor mother, motherhood and role of a mother in society. These are modern traditions.
In the Ramayana, composed by Adi Kavi (Primordial Poet) Valmiki, Lord Rama uttered the verse while addressing his younger brother, Lakshmana, after their victory over Ravana, the Rakshasa king of Lanka, stating that, “Lakshmana, even this golden Lanka does not appeal to me, mother and motherland are greater than heaven."
अपि स्वर्णमयी लङ्का न मे लक्ष्मण रोचते जननी जन्मभूमिश्च स्वर्गादपि गरीयसी
I mention this not in the context of the religion but to share that even in our Shastras, a mother is considered to be Supreme. She is life giver, teacher, mentor and above all, a protector of dharma, and of righteousness.
We don’t need to have a day to honor our mother, but yes, we can use this day as an opportunity to renew our vow to our mother’s and determine to make her feel loved, respected and valued through our actions, conduct and speech. Even the Hindu Sastras say -"Maathru devo bhava" – mother is worthy of the same respect and honor, that of a Goddess.
I can never thank my mother enough for all her sacrifices and wonderful gestures. A day does not go by when I don’t think about her and I wish there was a way to show her the special place she has in my life and heart.
Let us – sons and daughters, really in the spirit of appreciation for our mother’s determine that we will bring her more reasons to smile, feel happy and proud of her children.
Arun Mishra, is the Chief Engineer at UPSIDC. He is a passionate advocate for Green Energy. He loves to read and write in his spare time and actively encourages the youth to read, saying “it gives you a window to the world.”
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