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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Vacancies in Stock Broking Firm

A leading stock broking company has invites suitable candidate's for following Post -

Name of Post- Dealer
Qualification--Graduates (Candidate should be NCFM certified)
Job Location---Dhanbad, jamshedpur, Patna
Salary---6000-8000 per month

Name of Post- Marketing Executive/Sales Executive
No of positions--Bulk
Location---Patna , Muzaffarpur, Begusarai, Bhagalpur, Dhanbad and Jamshedpur
Salary--8000- 10,000/- per month

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Shahzad ( AL ANSAR MILLAT WELFARE SOCIETY) : Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday set to rest all speculation about the fate of the NDA in the state during the upcoming
assembly polls, and asserted that JD(U) and BJP would contest the looming electoral battle together again. I am not a politician who thinks of ditching an ally. Both the parties enjoy strong bonds of relations and the leaders of the two parties know each other for a long period from being an opposition to attaining the seat of power,’’ Mr Kumar told a news channel in response to a query. The Bihar chief minister’s categorical assertion about the future of the alliance in the state puts cold water on the argument being dished by a section of political observers, both here and in Patna, that he was getting ready to do a Naveen Patnaik on BJP. They were alluding to BJD’s decision to sever its ties with its alliance partner, BJP, in Orissa on the eve of the Lok Sabha polls held last year.Bihar goes to polls later this year, and the JD(U)-BJP government would face the upcoming electoral battle on the basis of its report-card in the last four years. The state had notched up a growth-rate of 11.03 % during this period, enabling it to shake-off its image of being a laggard. The JD(U) leader said the alliance had ushered in a semblance of governance after 15 years of RJD (mis)rule, first under Mr Lalu Prasad and, later, under his wife Rabri Devi, and claimed that the state had scripted a turn-around, and that now ``Bihari’’ was no longer a pejorative term. Making it clear that he was not rattled by the setback the ruling alliance suffered in the by-polls to 18 assembly constituencies last year after a spectacular performance in the Lok Sabha polls, the chief minister said the alliance was strong as evident from the coordination between the two parties catering to all sections, including minorities. “If doing justice to mahadalits which they deserve after having remained neglected for decades is being alleged as an attempt to divide the dalits, it can be termed as nothing but mental bankruptcy,” he said, talking about charges being hurled at him by the Lalu Prasad-Ram Vilas Paswan duo of indulging in divisive politics.
“Go and ask the dalits about their happiness because of the state government’s initiatives for what they deserve,’’ he said.