!! समर्थ हिन्दु, समर्थ हिन्दुस्थान !!;........................!! समर्थ हिन्दुस्थान, समर्थ विश्व !!............................
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Interesting contrast in Christist behaviour in a geographic separation of a couple hundred kilometres. In West Punjab, Pakistan where they are a minuscule minority, the christists bleat persecution by the Islamists - there is truth to that.
Across the border, in East Punjab - where apparently the christists have reached critical mass in some districts - christist "youth" riot - indulging in wanton destruction of public infrastructure and intimidation of the Hindu community.
They're allowed a free run in a state where the "Hindu fascist", "Communal" BJP is a coalition partner!
The alleged infraction by an artist is infinitesimallly minor in comparison to the perverted "art" of the MF, Hussain and the hate speech of evangelicals denigrating Indic civilization.
It is in this context that the unfolding drama across the border may revive the Khalistan demand in a new avatar. Current reports suggest that ISI is reviving the Khalistan insurgency. Good! This might become the agency's biggest ever goof up. Because now all the Sikh militants who are given sanctuary by ISI in Pakistan could eventually switch loyalties. Egged on by Sikhs in India and their NRI financial backers abroad they could turn against ISI and Taliban. Defying New Delhi India's Sikh militants could infiltrate into Pakistan not to seek sanctuary but to create disruption. There could develop for Pakistan a Kashmir syndrome in reverse. Might not Sikhs eventually seek common ground with the Pashtuns who share greater affinity with Afghanistan than with Pakistan ? Might not the Afghan Taliban, which does not share as much the long-term goals of the Al Qaeda as does the Pakistan Taliban, dump the ISI?
If such developments do occur the Khalistan demand might revive for a region encompassing as much of Pakistan ruled Punjab as the Indian Punjab. Along with Pashtunistan and Baluchistan, Khalistan too could become Pakistan's headache. Islamabad and New Delhi, caught in the pincer move of Sikhs and the Pashtuns, could be compelled to fundamentally alter the present sub-continental arrangement.
When the pseudo secular media says that nudity is common in Indian temples its just for confusing the issues - on whatever temples nude pictures are there, they are not of Gods and Goddesses but are nude human figures.
Issue is not just of nudity - it is of pervert intention like showing a nude woman on the tail of a monkey and naming it as Sita and Hanuman, or a nude woman in act with lion and naming it as Durga.
Hindus would not bother if he draws such perverted pictures and secularists want to enjoy that perversion and freedom of expression. But Hindus have all the right to object when he names these pervert pictures with the names of Hindu gods and goddesses.
For example if his picture of a nude woman on the tail of a monkey he had called it as 'enjoyment' or 'Jannat ki pari', no Hindu would have any objection. As it is his business to be pervert! But if he uses the names of Hindu Gods and Goddesses we have all the right to object to it.
शिवसेना प्रमुख बाल ठाकरे ने कहा है कि एम.एफ. हुसैन की इच्छा हो, तो वे हिंदुओं से माफी मांगे और देश वापस लौटें। ठाकरे ने कहा कि एक चित्रकार के रूप में एम.एफ. हुसैन के बारे में हमारे मन में सद्भावना है। पर हिंदू देवी-देवाओं की बिडंबना करना, यह अच्छे कलाकार का लक्ष्ण नहीं है।
उन्होंने अपनी पार्टी के मुखपत्र मराठी ‘सामना’ में ‘माय नेम इज हुसैन’ शीर्षक से लिखे संपादकीय में कहा है कि हुसैन पिछले कई वर्षो से अपनी मातृभूमि में नहीं रह रहे थे। वे हिंदुस्तान में न रहें। यहां से चले जायें। ऐसी भूमिका शिवसेना कभी भी नहीं अपनाई थी। ठाकरे ने कहा कि हुसैन जैसे अंतर्राष्ट्रीयस्तर का कलाकार के बारे में इस तरह का अंतिम राय बनाने और उनकी कलाकृति का नुकसान करने जितना हिंदू समाज नादान नहीं है।
ommunal tension continues to prevail in Aurangabad following the collapse of a minaret.
During Holi, mosques are covered by canvas as a precautionary measure to prevent the structure from being spoilt by artificial colours.
Muslims agitated on seeing one of two minarets in a collapsed state. They claimed Hindus had damaged it during Holi celebrations.
A Muslim cleric, however, claimed that the minaret could have collapsed itself, as it was not strongly built.
"For the safety of Masjid (mosque) during Holi, we had put up curtains at the entrance gate. The pillars at the gate, which was not strongly built, must have collapsed due to strong winds," said Maulana Mujeebullah, a Muslim cleric.
Aurangabad's Police Commissioner Srikanth Savakar said:"The structure was constructed only with a pipe and not with the concrete due to which the pillar must have collapsed. There is no need to blame anyone or insult anyone."
Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, left, and Nepal's Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal inspect the Chinese People's Liberation Army honor guards during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing
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India has just launched a plan to spend $361 million over the next several years on roads and rail links in the terai, announcing the grants just before Nepali President Ram Baran Yadav made his Feb. 15 official visit to New Delhi. China, meanwhile, recently increased its annual aid to Nepal by 50% to about $22 million.
China's main interest in Nepal has always been led by its concerns over Tibet, which has been ruled by China since 1950. Beijing's involvement with Nepal grew much more intense after the March 2008 ethnic Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, which deeply embarrassed the Beijing government on the eve of its expensive Olympic Games. There are an estimated 20,000 Tibetans living in Nepal but, with China pushing Nepal to tighten its border with Tibet, the number of new refugees reaching Nepal has dropped to about 500 from an annual figure of around 2,500. But it too has increased its focus on economic ties — trade between China and Nepal has quadrupled since 2003. This week, China said it would restart the tourist bus route between the Tibetan capital Lhasa and Nepal's capital Kathmandu. It had suspended the service in 2006.
Almost everyone who’s lived in India has played Holi, the festival of colours, at least once in his or her lifetime. But Vivek Oberoi, surprisingly, hadn’t until on Monday when he celebrated the festival with the poor children in Vrindavan.
“I really liked it. I played Holi for the first time in my life. Today I really enjoyed playing it with flowers along with these children. They applied colours on me and make me dance on the banks of river Yamuna. Even I played with them and applied colours to them,” Oberoi is quoted as saying by a news agency.
The actor, often associated with various charitable dos, added that it felt good to bring smiles to the faces of the destitute kids.