Monday, June 1, 2009
Here are the scanned images of Hand Bills:
By Dr. Radhasyam Brahmachari
The Red Fort in Delhi:
Our history books also tell us that Delhi fell to the Muslim invaders, for the first time in history, in 1192 AD, when Muhammad Ghori defeated Emperor Prithviraj Chauhan in the Second Battle of Tarain. So, it becomes evident that before this incident, Delhi was ruled by the Rajput kings and common sense tells us that Emperor Prithviraj Chauhan and his ancestors also had forts and palaces as dwelling places as well as the seat of their governments. Definitely they did not live in mud houses or thatched cottages. So the question is - What happened to those forts and palaces and where they have gone?
Mumbai: Indian army men are everyday fighting with troops of enemy and infiltrators. Many soldiers getting injured in such battle are deprived of life saving drugs.
Our army men have got fed up of such management of the government and 1500 army men fighting with terrorists, pooled in money to buy life saving drugs.
Value of a kit containing life saving drugs, medicines that help to stop bleeding immediately and other essential medicines costs Rs.3640/- and is imported from USA.
from जोगलिखी by संजय बेंगाणी
जितना धन इस योजना के अंतर्गत खर्च हो रहा है, अगर उतना (और गुणवत्ता वाला भी) निर्माण कार्य ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में हो तो भारत की शक्ल बदलते कितनी देर लगेगी. मगर क्या सचमुच में ऐसा हो रहा है?
डेटलाइन इंडिया अहमदाबाद, 1 जून- नोटों वाले बाबा के तौर पर हजारों करोड़ की ठगी करने वाला जो गुजराती डॉक्टर पकड़ा गया है वह वर्तमान मुख्यमंत्री अशोक गहलोत से कई बार मिल चुका था। वीडियो भी है और तस्वीरे भी।
from ये मेरा इंडिया! by बलबिन्दर
जमीन पर कब्जे का विरोध कर रही वृद्घा को दबंगों ने जेसीबी से गढ्डा खोदकर मौके पर ही जिंदा दफन कर दिया। परिजनों को पता चला तो गड्डे से निकालकर वृद्घा को उपचार के लिए ले गये, लेकिन उसने दम तोड़ दिया।
by Rajinder Puri
Later, Advani and Kedarnath Sahni approached me together and requested me to return. “I thought I was entering a mandir (temple),” I told them wryly. “But I found myself in a mandi (marketplace)!”
There are several reasons which had led me to resign. First, I disagree with the strategy of the party. Secondly, I deplore the party’s style of functioning. Thirdly, I question the basic integrity of some leaders of the party who put personal advantage above the party’s interest, and have come to acquire collectively the character and outlook of a caucus. And lastly, there is the personal factor which emerged in our conversation yesterday.
First, the strategy. For more than two years the debate has continued whether the party should go it alone, merge with other parties to create a national alternative, or seek cooperation through seat adjustments with other parties. My own views on this fundamental question have been clear and consistent throughout this period, and were expressed vigorously and repeatedly during discussions in the National Executive. I had always maintained that seat adjustments for any ambitious and growing party could never be made into a declared policy unless the party intended to merge with its partners ultimately. Therefore, as far as I was concerned, the third option never existed, and if persisted with, was sure to cause confusion and demoralization with the party ranks and stunt its organizational growth.
The party’s style of functioning suggests a caucus, not a collective democratic leadership. The two fundamental principles of a healthy organization are lacking: we neither believe in clear demarcation of responsibility, nor in accountability of performance. As a result, there is no meritocracy prevalent in the party, sapping initiative among the workers. I had repeatedly demanded in the meetings of then National Executive in Jaipur, Patna and elsewhere that we must have clear demarcation of responsibility among the office-bearers, as well as accountability, instead of behaving like a joint family in which some are favored regardless of performance and others are treated like poor relatives.
Which brings me to the third point. This regards the lack of integrity of the BJP leadership. When individuals are appointed to an office they are expected to discharge their duties for the benefit of the entire organization, not concern themselves with personal advantage alone. But in the BJP it so happens that the organization continues to suffer while individual office bearers responsible for poor performance continue to thrive
Given the political instincts of your most influential colleagues in the party, would it not be better for the BJP to dissolve its identity and merge with the Congress(I)? It would clear much confusion in the country.
It may be seen from the correspondence that the BJP is neither democratic nor disciplined. It seeks blind obedience in the name of discipline
हिन्दी, हिन्दुस्तान एवं ईसा के चरणसेवक शास्त्री फिलिप का बौद्धिक शास्त्रार्थ चिट्ठा
सारथी के सारे पाठकों से मेरा आग्रह है कि वे अपने दादादादी, नानानानी आदि से पूछ कर, घर के कोने कोने को छान कर, देखें कि क्या आपके पास कोई हस्तलिखित ग्रंथ है. यदि है तो कम से कम उस की दो स्पष्ट फोटोकॉपी निकलवा कर सुरक्षित कर लें. इसके बाद उस ग्रंथ को हवारोधी प्लास्टिक के किसी लिफाफे में डाल कर सुरक्षित रखें या किसी ऐसी संस्था को दान कर दें जो उस ग्रंथ की कीमत जानती है.
आईये बची हुई लिखित संपदा को सुरक्षित करने के लिये एकजुट हो जायें!!