Saturday, July 4, 2009

Missionary Schools openly indulge in anti-national activities - General |

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    • Yeotmal
    • It has been observed that some of the missionary schools are engaged in anti-national and anti-Hindu activities. There is ban on girl students to apply ‘kumkum’, wear bangles in these schools.
    • In these schools, students recite prayers for Jesus instead of ‘Jan Gan Man …….’ In ‘Saint Alliance Convent School’ in State Bank Chowk, students are compelled to wear a tie and belt with emblem of ‘Cross’ used by Christians. With such rules, they try to draw Hindu students towards Christianity.

Protest against defamation: Use of Avatar (God Vishnu) naming Alcoholic drink - Hindu Deities |

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    • Elysian Brewing Company has made a 'Avatar jasmine IPA' beer. In the description of the Beer on their website and other Beer websites, it says that Meaning of Beer's name is - 'A version of IPA with and eastern touch, referring to the word's literal meaning - an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu.' This is nothing but the Denigration of Lord Vishnu & Hindu Concept of Avatar (incarnation).

      Contact Details:

      Mailing Address: Elysian Brewing Company 1221 E. Pike St. Seattle, WA 98122

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Holy Mantra mocked in the film 'Kambakht Ishq'! - Divine symbols |

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    • Businessmen associated with release of films boycott "Kambakht Ishq" in Nandurbar!
    • Businessmen associated with release of films boycott "Kambakht Ishq" in Nandurbar!
    • A song based on Hindus’ auspicious Mantra ‘Hare Krushna Hare Ram’ in film ‘Bhul Bhulaiyya’ was picturised in a vulgar way . When Hindus reacted to that then it was changed. Despite this without learning a lesson from this experience, they have again made mockery of the Mantra, ‘Om Mangalam Garud Dhvajam’ by picturising in very vulgarly way in the new film ‘Kambakht Ishq’, starring Akshay Kumar acting in it. They have mocked at very auspicious Mantra in Hindu Dharma.
    • Contact details for Protest:

      1) Anu malik - Playback singer

      Address: 12\\13 ,Valentia Apartments,Juhu,Mumbai-49
      Ph no.- (022) 26600230, 26600240

      2) Producer-Sajid Nadiawala

      Address: Nadiadwala Grandson Entt.-Nadiadwala Villa, New ocean view building, J.P.road, Versova, Andheri (W),Mumbai-61
      Tel: +91 22 26302688, 26393000, 26316000,26301230,26394000
      Fax: +91 22 2639-3222
    • Protest letters written by devout Hindus to Producer of Movie

      See protest letter of Shri. Arvind Dessai below.Congratulations to Shri. Arvind Dessai for alertness in picking up the denigration and lodging of prompt protest. Persons like Shri. Arvind Dessai are the real strengths of Hindu Dharma. Hindus can take lead from this.
    • Businessmen associated with release of films boycott "Kambakht Ishq" in Nandurbar!
    • Hindus stop the show of 'Kambakht Ishq' for 30 minutes in Panvel

      Devout Hindus stop the show of 'Kambakht Ishq' for 30 minutes since the objectionable portion was not deleted

      In most of the scenes in this film, there is mockery of "Om Mangalam Garud-dhvajam"
    • Panvel (Maharashtra)
    • A Hindi film titled 'Kambakht Ishq' starring Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapur was released today. A show of this film was stopped by devout Hindus for 30 minutes at 'Cineraj' Theatre with the help of the police since the indecent objectionable song making mockery of Hindu mantra was not deleted from the film. The show was re-started after deletion of the said song from the film.
    • Shri. Sachin Kaulkar, a representative of 'Dainik Sanatan Prabhat' and Shri. Ahitosh Kamble of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) watched the 12.30 show of the film at Cineraj theatre. They observed that after the interval, the sacred Hindu 'mantra' 'Om Mangalam Garudadvajam.....’ was ridiculed and converted into a song set to western music.
    • Notice boards were displayed outside 'Cineraj' Theatre informing people about deletion of a song from a Hindi film 'Kambakht Ishq' due to its ridiculing sacred Hindu mantra. The duration of this song is 6-7 minutes. In this theatre, the song was shortened to 2-1/2 minutes. It is also shown that whenever actor Akshay Kumar is able to hear the 'mantra', he becomes frenetic and starts breaking things in his house. Also, it is referred to as 'This bloody mantra' in the film. There is absolutely no relevance of this mantra to the story of the film and they have been unnecessarily included. The mantra is sung not only in a song but is also used as background music. This film is full of vulgarity.
    1. Businessmen associated with release of films boycott "Kambakht Ishq" in Nandurbar
    • Nandurbar (Maharashtra)
    • 'Kambakht Ishq' film has been released in many cities on 3rd July. Businessmen associated with release of films in Nandurbar have decided to delete the song making mockery of Hindu mantras from the above film, not to show the film on local channels and not to sell VCDs of the film.

Shiv Sena names Bandra Sea Link after 'Veer Savarkar' - ProHindu |

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    • Mumbai
    • Shiv Sena has strongly objected to the naming of Bandra-Worli Sea-link after former Prime Minister late Rajiv Gandhi.  Yesterday, hundreds of Shivsainiks gathered near this bridge and named it after Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar in a ceremony with breaking of coconut and performing 'puja'.

      Shivsainiks displayed name boards with this new name at 5 places on the bridge and staged agitation against naming of the bridge after Rajiv Gandhi. Police arrested 70 Shivsainiks in this connection who were later released on bail. Shivsainiks gathered near the bridge led by Shri. Ajay Chaudhary, Division-chief of Shiv Sena raising slogans, hailing Shiv Sena and Swatantryaveer Savarkar. The boards showed that such action was taken to commend respect to Marathi people.

Biggest Challenge to Contemporary Kerala: latest tactics of Pan-Islamic movement in India -

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    • Biggest Challenge to Contemporary Kerala: latest tactics of Pan-Islamic movement in India        C I Issac
    • Since then, Kottayam has maintained its predominant position as the publication hub of Kerala. It houses India’s largest circulating vernacular daily with more than 1.7 million copies. Now the control of this newspaper has fallen in to the hands of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) through a ‘love jihad’ which is the centre of this exposition.
    • A Hindu Nair named Pranesh, a member of a LeT team of four who masterminded a plot to assassinate the Gujarat Chief Minister, was killed in a police encounter on 15 November 2004 at Ahmedabad; he had converted to Islam and was renamed Javed and was the earliest prey to this ‘love Jihad.’
    • It has now extended to business magnates’ homes. On 20 December 2008, Kottayam witnessed a Pakistani Indian wedlock. A newspaper magnate’s grandson went to London for higher studies, and fell in love with a Pakistani girl. The boy converted to Islam and married the girl in Pakistan. According to Indian intelligence sources, she is an agent of LeT. That is why three Central ministers, under the advice of the Intelligence Bureau, stayed away from the marriage at the last moment, when solemnized at the Orthodox Church at Kottayam.
    • Behind this marriage, LeT has marvellous designs. Now the newspaper is reluctant to publish news derogatory to Pakistan. Recently, a cartoonist who had served meritoriously for thirty years left the news paper. It is said three of his cartoons were consecutively rejected by the editorial board on grounds of lampooning Pakistan. This is attributed to the influence of the Pakistani bride. Jihadi groups run a dozen journals and dailies in Kerala. And now they have acquired control over the largest circulated Malayalam daily through a marriage alliance - a pointer to the destiny of tomorrows’ Kerala. 

    • [Author’s note: This article is based on the reports of Janmabhoomi daily, Kottayam, 16 & 19 March 2009] 
      The author is a retired Professor of History, and lives in Trivandrum

Caste as British Mischief « Indian Realist

No inquiry into Hindu-Muslim marriages: Raut

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    • Mumbai
    • Maharashtra Minister of State for Home Nitin Raut today said that the state government will not conduct any inquiry into marriages between Hindu girls and Muslim boys.
    • Raut pointed out that the government cannot interfere in marriages between two adults. "There is no law under which the government can conduct inquiry into marriages which are legal, performed between two consenting adults of any religion or caste," the minister noted.

देश कोई गांधी नेहरू परिवार की जागीर नहीं : ठाकरे

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    • मुंबई
    • नवनिर्मित बांद्रा-वर्ली सी लिंक का नाम पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री राजीव गांधी के नाम पर रखने के महाराष्ट्र सरकार के फैसले का विरोध करते हुए शिवसेना प्रमुख बाल ठाकरे ने बृहस्पतिवार को कहा कि देश कोई गांधी-नेहरू परिवार की जागीर नहीं है।
      शिवसेना के मुखपत्र सामना में ठाकरे ने इस सी लिंक का नाम राजीव गांधी के नाम पर रखने का सुझाव देने वाले केंद्रीय कृषि मंत्री शरद पवार की भी आलोचना की। पवार ने कहा था कि राजीव गांधी का जन्म मुंबई में हुआ था इसलिए इस सी लिंक का नाम उनके नाम पर रखा जाना चाहिए।
      पवार के इस तर्क को खारिज करते हुए ठाकरे ने कहा कि मुंबई में प्रतिदिन अवैध रूप से रहने वाले कई बांग्लादेशी भी बच्चों को जन्म देते हैं तो क्या उनके नाम पर हम अपनी जमीन का नाम रख देंगे।

शिवसेना सी लिंक का नाम वीर सावरकर के नाम पर रखने की मांग कर रही है. पार्टी का कहना है कि मुंबई में बने इस पुल का नाम मराठा गौरव से जोड़ा जाना चाहिए.

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    • अंशू सिंह
      डेटलाइन इंडिया
    • भारत में एक हजार रुपए के नकली नोटों की एक बड़ी खेप पाकिस्तान से आ चुकी है और मुंबई, दिल्ली, बंगलौर, गोवा, हैदराबाद और कोलकाता के अलावा कई छोटे शहरों में ये नोट चल रहे हैं।

      गुप्तचर ब्यूरो की रिपोर्ट के अनुसार इस बार आई खेप सबसे बड़ी है और नकली नोटों की गिनती अरबों रुपए में हो सकती है।

Mysore BJP leader attacked

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    • MYSORE
    • Though no violence was reported in Kyathamaranahalli and Udayagiri localities, masked miscreants attacked a BJP Yuva Morcha leader Giridhar and his friend Wasim with lethal weapons on C V Road on Friday evening.


      Giridhar was shifted to Mission Hospital and later to Apollo Hospital, where he is said to be battling for life with head injuries. Unconfirmed reports said he had succumbed to his injuries.


      Wasim, who went to his rescue, also sustained head injuries and is recovering at Mission Hospital.

Cattle carcasses spark communal tension - Allahabad - Cities - The Times of India

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    • Recovery of 65 carcasses of cows, oxen and calves sparked communal tension on the border of Kaushambi and Allahabad districts under Puramufti and Dhoomanganj police circles on Friday. Hindu frontal organisations have served a 24-hour ultimatum to the district administration demanding arrest of culprits.
    • Meanwhile, chief of Guraksha Kashi Prant Lalmani Tewari told TOI that the authorities have 24-hour to solve the case otherwise Hindu frontal organisations launch a series of protest and demonstrations. He, however, alleged that the Allahabad and Kaushambi police had dumped 150 carcasses of cows in the Ganga to diffuse tension.

The myth and truth of Godhra - Organiser - Content

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    • The myth and truth of Godhra
      By Arvind Lavakare
    • Since no ?secularist? or ?liberal? or ?objective? person ever challenged the above sets of figures, some questions arise: Who killed 200-odd Hindus so early in those riots? Was it the police or the Hindus themselves? And what made those 40,000 Hindus rush to relief camps? Was it fear of Hindu mob violence, rape, arson and murder?
    • Since no ?secularist? or ?liberal? or ?objective? person ever challenged the above sets of figures, some questions arise: Who killed 200-odd Hindus so early in those riots? Was it the police or the Hindus themselves? And what made those 40,000 Hindus rush to relief camps? Was it fear of Hindu mob violence, rape, arson and murder?
    • Since no ?secularist? or ?liberal? or ?objective? person ever challenged the above sets of figures, some questions arise: Who killed 200-odd Hindus so early in those riots? Was it the police or the Hindus themselves? And what made those 40,000 Hindus rush to relief camps? Was it fear of Hindu mob violence, rape, arson and murder?
    • even as some Hindus in Vadodra, Ahmedabad and a few other parts of Gujarat were provoked into insane killing, arson and loot by the S-6 carnage, the Muslims in that state were hardly the cattle hiding from the slaughter house that they have been made out by the ?secularists? in and outside our national English media. Do you, for instance, recall reading about the mutilation of Mukesh Panchal?s cadaver in any of the English print media? Did you hear a sound byte about it on our TV?
    • This trend was discernible to the objective person four years ago itself. Thus, in its issue of April 28, 2002, The Times of India reporter, Sanjay Pandey, told us that of the 726 people who had been killed by then in the post-Godhra riots, 168 were Hindus. In its issue of June 24, 2002, India Today carried an article saying that the official figure of all people killed in Gujarat in the three months following the S-6 massacre was 800, of which a quarter were Hindus. The Union Home Ministry?s Annual Report 2002-03 said that about a third of the total dead in the Godhra riots were Hindus. It also said that, at one stage, 40,000 Hindus were in riot relief camps.
    • Since no ?secularist? or ?liberal? or ?objective? person ever challenged the above sets of figures, some questions arise: Who killed 200-odd Hindus so early in those riots? Was it the police or the Hindus themselves? And what made those 40,000 Hindus rush to relief camps? Was it fear of Hindu mob violence, rape, arson and murder?
    • Based on the considerable oral, audio and visual evidence obtained from the above interactions, the Justice Tewatia team?s conclusions most relevant to the blindfold on Godhra were as follows:
      • The actual perpetrators were jehadi elements in the predominantly Muslim town of Godhra where

        1. a very high traffic of telephone calls was recorded between Godhra and Pakistan, especially Karachi, before the date of the carnage

        2. an abnormally large number of passports were issued,

        3. there was a large number of persons without ration cards

        4. a large number of unemployed Muslims had mobile phones,

        5. though there is no tradition of being a Muslim pilgrim center and the local Muslims are not affluent, three istema (religious gatherings) have been held and attended by large numbers of foreigners, and

    • Will the criminal conviction of 16 by two separate sessions judges in Ahmedabad remove the blindfold on Godhra that the ?monster media? put on the people of this country?

The deep well of compassion

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    • Some people out here have raised the concerns about his larger motive " conversion from hindu to Christaninty " and about his funders asking for a annual report of performance ( how many concverted ).
    • Preeti Balakrishnan
    • Viser founded and runs 'Wells for Change' -- an organisation that raises money to build bore wells in rural India, working largely with communities that haven't seen rain in adequate quantities in years.
    • Michael returned to the United States, and India became for him another 'experience', another 'story' to share with friends over a drink. A little over a year later, the acquaintance with whom he had stayed invited him to return with a church group from California, that had donated a bore well and was flying down to attend the dedication.

      Michael agreed -- and saw, first hand, how the village reacted to the well. "For the first time, I realised that water was a valuable commodity," Viser recalls.

      He got talking with a local leader, and learned that his village was in dire need of water and that his community's Dalit status meant they would not have access to the newly-dedicated well. Viser saw this as a sign, the purpose he had been waiting for. But even so, he was aware of what he thought were his own limitations.
    • The incident dates back to 2001 -- and Viser has not rested since. Giving up his job, he became a stay-at-home dad for his two children, dedicating all his time to 'Wells for Life'. Since its launch, the group has raised over $1,000,000 and built more than 275 wells, each costing approximately $1,500 in India, and most situated in Andhra Pradesh. 

      For all the good work he has done, Viser gets his fair share of criticism, mostly about the 'charity model' that 'Wells for Life' has adopted. "The only criticisms I get are from the people in the United States. I say, why are you criticising me? What are you doing? They don't have anything to say in return.

    • People involved: include Dr Premdas, who runs an orphanage, and Father Dhana- what do you think they are up to? Conversions. The Evangelical TV in USA routinely shows this-dig wells in India for dalits and for Christ. This is shameful. Each well costs $1500/- and India does not have the money? Especially when MMS gave 150 million dollars to Afghanistan recently as aid. And $ 950 millions in freeHajtrips to muzlims!

      India can do all this... it is all humbug missionary activity. As per article, this is mostly in AP- why?SAMUEL reddy's blessing.
    • 'Wells for Life' is clearly a Christian organisation -- after all, Viser points out, it was his faith that took him to India in the first place. However, he says, he hasn't seen any signs in India that people are questioning his faith -- water is a scarce resource, and no one is too concerned about the religious beliefs of the person providing it.
    • And you're going back to help! Why would you want to do that? I tell them I'm doing it because Jesus told me I need to do it. They just smile and that's where it ends."
    • Almost the whole of Bengal and the Gangetic plain have been been afflicted by mass poisoning by ARSENIC in drinking water. It came about because of well meaning, overenthusiastic sinking of borewells sponsored by the United Nations.
    • He also gets considerable support from the church community, he points out.
    • "I just get the money. They do the work."  'They' include Dr Premdas, who runs an orphanage, and Father Dhana, who pulls together the organisational work needed to dig the wells.
    • Best to connect Ganges with kauvery river- a proposal that is languishing for 50 years, due to stupid congress leaders' lack of foresight. Such a conccetion of 2 rivers would provide enough water for irrigation and drinking. India must also consult Israel- who are experts in water use; they can help India build catchment areas for catching all the monsoon rains.
    • Let this water serve as a reminder that there are people who care for you; that you matter; that there is a God who feels the same way about you. And that's it."

Sangh schools score high in Orissa

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  • Bhubaneswar

    • The High School Certificate examinations in Orissa have thrown up a surprise result—hundreds of Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandirs (SVM) have performed exceptionally well with 44 of the top 102 students coming from the Sangh Parivar-run school network. As many as seven of the top 10 ranks are from SVMs
    • From humble beginnings in 1978, the march of these RSS-run schools is a success story that has not been highlighted much. Today, there are over 11,000 Acharyas and Gurumas (teachers) in 739 SVMs across the state who live a no-frills life to teach 1.8 lakh students from kindergarten to Class XII for a pittance.
    • parents seem to be happy with the performance of the Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandirs that dot the towns and villages of Orissa. Pitabas Mehena, father of this year’s topper, Bibek Bishal Mehena, credits his son’s success to the meticulous planning of the teachers and the perfect synergy between students, parents and teachers.
    •  “Though the teachers get lower salaries than their counterparts in government-run high schools, no one can beat them when it comes to dedication towards their students. For them it is a mission,” said Mehena, a pharmacist in a government hospital.
    • Educationists agree that the emotional commitment of the teachers to the students in these schools is what differentiates them from the rest.
    • “We don’t get any monetary help from the government. The students pay fees ranging from Rs 50 to 200 a month as per their capability. But we do lay stress on character building and integrity,” said Gobinda Mohanty, Organisational Secretary of the Sikshya Vikas Samiti, the body that oversees the smooth running of these schools.

Conversion, reconversion led to Kandhamal riots: Commission

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    • Bhubaneswar
    • "Sources of the violence were deeply rooted in land disputes, conversion and re-conversion and fake certificate issues," Justice S C Mohapatra, heading the one-man panel, said in his interim report on the violence in Kandhamal which claimed 43 lives besides damaging many houses and churches.

      He, however, did not elaborate on the conversions and reconversions issue.

Why the “heart” always wins… | || Satyameva Jayate ||

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    • the best appeals seize people with something emotionally compelling, lay out the alternatives posed by the candidates and “close the argument” with inspiration or outrage.

      If the other side is trashing you and you say nothing or back down, you cede to your adversaries the neural networks that constitute public opinion. People vote largely with their passions, and if you jam their emotional radar, you prevent them from making emotionally informed decisions.

      Data from thousands of voters surveyed since the late 1940s suggest that voters tend to ask four questions (in this order) that determine how they vote:
      · How do I feel about the candidates’ parties and their principles?
      · How does this candidate make me feel?
      · How do I feel about this candidate’s personal characteristics, such as integrity, leadership and empathy?
      · How do I feel about this candidate’s stands on issues that matter to me?

      Candidates who focus toward the top of this hierarchy and work their way down generally win. They drink from the wellsprings of partisan sentiments, which account for more than 80 percent of votes. They tell emotionally compelling stories about who they are and what they believe in.

    • Please note that all rights (including copyright) rest with the The Washington Post Company.
    • Based on my observations in real life, this is not surprising at all. Voting based on rational or logical analysis is vastly over-rated and not backed by facts. Most people do vote based on partisanship, and then rationalize their choice to appear as if the decision was made in a logical manner and theirs was the best choice.