Research Institutions in India

Ahmedabad

Indian Institute of Management
Institute for Plasma Research
Physical Research Laboratory

Allahabad

Harish Chandra Research Institute

Bangalore

Central Power Research Institute
Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Centre for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation (CSIR)
Indian Academy of Science
Indian Institute of Management
Indian Institute of Science
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)
ISRO Satellite Centre
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
National Aerospace Laboratories
National Centre for Biological Sciences
National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences
Raman Research Institute

Barrackpore (W. B.)

Central Inland Capture Fisheries Research Institute

Bhopal

Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering

Bhubaneswar

Institute of Physics
Regional Research Laboratory

Calcutta

Indian Institute of Management
Indian Statistical Institute
Inter University Consortium on DAE Facilities
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
S.N.Bose National Center for Basic Sciences
Variable Energy Cyclotron Center

Chandigarh

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research

Chennai (Madras)

Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CECRI- Karaikudi)
Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture
Indian Institute of Technology
Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam
The Institute of Mathematical Sciences
M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation
National Centre for Ultrafast Processes
National Institute of Ocean Technology
SPIC Science Foundation
Structural Engineering Research Centre

Delhi

Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
CSIR Human Resources Development Group
Defence Research and Development Organisation
Indian Council of Agricultural Research
Directorate of Wheat Research
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations
Indian Institute of Technology
Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
National Brain Research Centre
National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources
National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research
Nuclear Science Centre
Science and Engineering Research Council
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Petroleum Conservation Research Association

Dehradun

Forest Research Institute
Indian Institute of Petroleum
Wildlife Institute of India

Dirang (Arunachal Pradesh)

National Research Centre on Yak

Durgapur

Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute

Eluru (A. P.)

National Research Centre for Oil Palm

Gadanki

National Atmospheric Research Laboratory

Gandhi Nagar

Institute for Plasma Research

Goa

National Institute of Oceanography

Hyderabad

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
Environment Protection Training and Research Institute
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Patancheru
National Geophysical Research Institute
Indian Institute of Chemical Technology

Indore

Center for Advanced Technology

Jammu

Regional Research Laboratory

Jhansi (U. P)

National Research Centre for Agroforestry

Jodhpur (Rajasthan)

Central Arid Zone Research Institute

Kanpur

Indian Institute of Pulses Research
Indian Institute of Technology

Kasaragod

Central Plantation Crops Research Institute

Kharagpur

Indian Institute of Technology

Kochi

Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute

Lucknow

Central Drug Research Institute
Indian Council of Philosophy Research
Indian Institute of Management
Industrial Toxicology Research Centre
National Botanical Research Institute
National Research Laboratory for Conservation of Cultural Property

Mathura

Central Institute for Research on Goats

Mumbai (Bombay)

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Centre for Monitoring the Indian Economy
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
Indian Institute of Technology
Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
National Centre for Software Technology
Society for Applied Microwave Electronic Engineering and Research
Tata Insitute of Fundamental Research

Palakkad

Fluid Control Research Institute

Palampur (H.P.)

Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology

Peechi

Kerala Forest Research Institute

Pilani

Central Electronics Research Institute
Birla Institute of Technology and Science

Puttur (Karnataka)

National Research Centre on Cashew

Pune

Agharkar Research Institute
Bioinformatics Distributed Information Centre
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics
National Chemical Laboratory

Roorkie (U. P.)

Central Building Research Institute

Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram)

Centre for Development Studies
Centre for Earth Science Studies
Electronic Research and Development Centre
National Transportation Planning and Research Centre
Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology
Regional Research Laboratory (CSIR), Trivandrum
Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology

Varanasi (U. P.)

Indian Institute of Vegetable Research

What is the Jan Lokpal Bill ...?

What is the Jan Lokpal Bill..?

What is the Jan Lokpal Bill, why it's important

Source: http://indiaagainstcorruption.org/
The Jan Lokpal Bill (Citizen's ombudsman Bill) is a draft anti-corruption bill drawn up by prominent civil society activists seeking the appointment of a Jan Lokpal, an independent body that would investigate corruption cases, complete the investigation within a year and envisages trial in the case getting over in the next one year.

Drafted by Justice Santosh Hegde (former Supreme Court Judge and former Lokayukta of Karnataka), Prashant Bhushan (Supreme Court Lawyer) and Arvind Kejriwal (RTI activist), the draft Bill envisages a system where a corrupt person found guilty would go to jail within two years of the complaint being made and his ill-gotten wealth being confiscated. It also seeks power to the Jan Lokpal to prosecute politicians and bureaucrats without government permission.

Retired IPS officer Kiran Bedi and other known people like Swami Agnivesh, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Anna Hazare and Mallika Sarabhai are also part of the movement, called India Against Corruption. Its website describes the movement as "an expression of collective anger of people of India against corruption. We have all come together to force/request/persuade/pressurize the Government to enact the Jan Lokpal Bill. We feel that if this Bill were enacted it would create an effective deterrence against corruption."
Anna Hazare, anti-corruption crusader, went on a fast-unto-death in April, demanding that this Bill, drafted by the civil society, be adopted. Four days into his fast, the government agreed to set up a joint committee with an equal number of members from the government and civil society side to draft the Lokpal Bill together. The two sides met several times but could not agree on fundamental elements like including the PM under the purview of the Lokpal. Eventually, both sides drafted their own version of the Bill.

The government has introduced its version in Parliament in this session. Team Anna is up in arms and calls the government version the "Joke Pal Bill." Anna Hazare declared that he would begin another fast in Delhi on August 16. Hours before he was to begin his hunger strike, the Delhi Police detained and later arrested him. There are widespread protests all over the country against his arrest.        

The website of the India Against Corruption movement calls the Lokpal Bill of the government an "eyewash" and has on it a critique of that government Bill.

A look at the salient features of Jan Lokpal Bill:

1. An institution called LOKPAL at the centre and LOKAYUKTA in each state will be set up

2. Like Supreme Court and Election Commission, they will be completely independent of the governments. No minister or bureaucrat will be able to influence their investigations.

3. Cases against corrupt people will not linger on for years anymore: Investigations in any case will have to be completed in one year. Trial should be completed in next one year so that the corrupt politician, officer or judge is sent to jail within two years.

4. The loss that a corrupt person caused to the government will be recovered at the time of conviction.

5. How will it help a common citizen: If any work of any citizen is not done in prescribed time in any government office, Lokpal will impose financial penalty on guilty officers, which will be given as compensation to the complainant.

6. So, you could approach Lokpal if your ration card or passport or voter card is not being made or if police is not registering your case or any other work is not being done in prescribed time. Lokpal will have to get it done in a month's time. You could also report any case of corruption to Lokpal like ration being siphoned off, poor quality roads been constructed or panchayat funds being siphoned off. Lokpal will have to complete its investigations in a year, trial will be over in next one year and the guilty will go to jail within two years.

7. But won't the government appoint corrupt and weak people as Lokpal members? That won't be possible because its members will be selected by judges, citizens and constitutional authorities and not by politicians, through a completely transparent and participatory process.

8. What if some officer in Lokpal becomes corrupt? The entire functioning of Lokpal/ Lokayukta will be completely transparent. Any complaint against any officer of Lokpal shall be investigated and the officer dismissed within two months.

9. What will happen to existing anti-corruption agencies? CVC, departmental vigilance and anti-corruption branch of CBI will be merged into Lokpal. Lokpal will have complete powers and machinery to independently investigate and prosecute any officer, judge or politician.

10. It will be the duty of the Lokpal to provide protection to those who are being victimized for raising their voice against corruption.

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