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How Brinda Karat went wrong

Brinda Karat seems to be acting as an agent of multinationals and christian organizations who want to undermine traditional Indian medicines and practices. Navin Upadhyay/New Delhi For the left, any saffron-clad swami is like a red rag to a bull. But when Ms Brinda Karat, high-flying CPI(M) politburo member, took on Swami Ramdev, it was not seen as another standoff between a Marxists and a Godman. CPM Politburo member Brinda Karat parades disgruntled employees of Ramdev's pharmacy to prove her point in Delhi on Saturday - Pioneer After all, Baba Ramdev never mixed religion with preaching of Yoga and pranayam, and the takers of his Ayurveda medicines were not confined to any particular caste or creed. Unlike many modern gurus who went on TV channels to preach about religion and God, Baba Ramdev used the reach of the medium to rekindle popular interest in Yoga, particularly pranayam. The number of his followers swelled, his appeal cut across boundaries of caste and faith and

PAKISTAN Blaming India to avert internal rebellion?

Pakistan's Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao has ‘held India responsible’ for the continuing unrest in Balochistan province Media Release Jan. 7, 2006 India can be blamed but the fact is Balochistan province of Pakistan wants independence from the country. According to media reports, Pakistan's Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao has "held India responsible" for the continuingunrest in Balochistan province and said the government haddecided to take "stern" action against those involved inanti-state activities in the province. Talking to reporters after meeting Baloch tribal leaders here, the Minister said "India is supporting the miscreants" in Balochistan. A renewed insurgency in Balochistan, where nationalists are targeting government installations and buildings to protest what they call continued denial of the due share in national resources to Balochis, has set off ripples all over the country, forcing the government to laun

P-sec HRD Minister rewrites history of Bharatam's independence and partition

P-sec HRD Minister rewrites history of Bharatam's independence and partition Arun Shourie had noted in his 'Eminent Historians' how crores of rupees were spent and yet the true history of Bharatam Janam has yet to be written. And, now we find there is no need to waste any more funds, because the minister in-charge of education claims he knows everything :) So, modify all modern history textbooks and add Arjun Singh's speech as the principal chapter. But see Arun Shourie: Eminent Historians: Their Technology, Their Line, Their Fraud http: // Eminent_Historians:_Their_Technology,_Their_Line,_Their_Fraud Towards Freedom Project http://arunshourie. One quack notes that p-sec historians were talking about their freedom to make money, not about Swarajyam of Bharatam. Different folks, different strokes. History can wait. k RSS, Hindu Mahasabha responsible for Partition: Arjun Singh PTI News, Jan. 7, 2

Massacre of Hindus in Balochistan by Pakistani Army : Video

Dera Bugti Massacre Video Archive “I have videos and some pictures as undeniable evidence of the killings.” “I can show it to the media; according to our reports, 32 Hindus and 27 Muslims were killed while 22 people were injured in the incident.” -- Nawab Akbar Bugti Source : Link On 17th March 2005, Pakistan's Paramilitary Forces, Started Shelling the town of Dera Bugti, more then 60 Civilians were killed in this indiscriminate Bombardment, among them 33 Hindus were killed Pakistan's Electronic and print media denied this incident, which was caused by their own Army and security forces. A Local of Dera Bugti Made these Video's. We are providing few clips from the Video for downloads... Details are only now available of the 10-hour-long battle between the Frontier Corps troops and Balochi nationalists belonging to the Bugti tribe on March 17,2005. Twenty-eight members of the Bugti tribe and 33 Hindus living under the protection of the tribe were killed during the exc

Nalgonda dist in Andhra , a hub of ISI and Terrorist activity?

K. Srinivas Reddy Police suspect that the youth received training in Pakistan, Bangladesh Youth came into contact with hardened terrorists while serving time in prison for various crimes. This helped organisations build their terror network. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The town's tryst with fundamentalism not a new phenomenon With the police focussing on tackling naxalites unhindered Functioning of State police under spotlight -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HYDERABAD: The recent arrest of a suspected Laskhar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative, Razi-Ur-Rehman alias Abdul Rehman, from Nalgonda in connection with the terror strike at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, has jolted law enforcement agencies in Andhra Pradesh. The secret operation by the Karnataka police has once again proved that all may not be well at Nalgonda, a small district headquarters town. Though the

Human Rights Violations in Balochistan by Pakistani State

Dear Sir/Madam, Balochistan is suffering from a severe crisis by the hands of Pakistani Government , namely the Pakistan army. We therefore appeal the international community to help to stop massacre which is resulting in human loss of lives, instability and worst human rights crisis in the region. A letter with details is attached for your kind consideration and intervention. We look forward for your immediate attention in this crisis. Thank you, With Regards Senator Sanaullah Baloch Member Senate of Pakistan Balochistan National Party Subject: Human Rights Violations in Balochistan by Pakistani State Dear Sir/Madam, On behalf of people of Balochistan and Four Party Baloch Alliance, we would like to draw your attention to the deteriorating human rights situation in (Pakistani) Balochistan where arrests, kidnappings, disappearances and illegal detention of Baloch students, political workers and leaders by Pakistani police and military intelligence

DIVIDE PAKISTAN TO ELIMINATE TERRORISM To: Civilized Nation Dear Civilized Nation I am writing to you as I believe that you can play a very significant role in reshaping of the geography of South Asia in order to combat international terrorism. The entire terrorism network has been managed by terrorist forces stationed in Pakistan under the safe umbrella of Government of Pakistan. These terrorist forces have taken the shelter of Islamic identity in order to implement their dangerous designs of dominating South Asia and make it an Islamic territory altogether thereby driving out Christians, Hindus and Sikhs living in India. The ultimate scheme was first made during the lifetime of late General Zia-ul-Haq who can be termed as the main actor towards this direction. The said General Zia-ul-Haq took advantage of the then Afghan-Russian war and made it possible to develop a terrorist network in the region by sponsoring extremist Islamic groups and providing them all necess

Brinda Karat as usual spits and runs , Karat Couple is very dangerous to India

The Pioneer Edit Desk The Left, especially the CPI(M), has mastered the sinister art of hurling unfounded allegations, maligning individuals and organisations, and peddling slander as 'truth'. Witness the manner in which CPI(M) Politburo member and Rajya Sabha MP Brinda Karat has levelled serious and potentially damaging charges against Baba Ramdev and the Ayurvedic medicines prepared and marketed by his Divya Yog Pharmacy at Khankal near Haridwar in Uttaranchal. In a sensational 'disclosure', Ms Karat has claimed that Baba Ramdev's Ayurvedic medicines contain animal and human parts and that these contents are not listed on the label as required under the law. To buttress her outrageous claim, she has also produced a letter from the Union Health Ministry. What does not seem to have struck her - or perhaps she chose to ignore the contents of the letter, smug in the belief that a Comrade's word is taken as the absolute truth - is that the Health Ministry has

Border with Bangladesh totally unfenced , Shivraj Patil shocked Syed Zarir Hussain/ Guwahati For a moment Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil was shocked with disbelief but soon regained composure when he saw the border with Bangladesh totally unfenced with just concrete pillars separating the two countries. The Home Minister, along with the Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and a team of All Assam Students' Union (AASU) leaders, on Monday visited two border sectors along western Assam's Dhubri district. Maslabari, about 315 kilometres west of Guwahati, was the first destination for Mr Patil and his team of 18 senior home ministry officials, including the director general of the Border Security Force Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary. "The Home Minister was literally shocked when he saw that there was no fencing at all in the Maslabari area. People can easily walk through a vast paddy field and enter from Bangladesh to our side of the border," AASU advisor Sammujjal Bhattacharyya said. Mr Bhattacharyya was part o

Agony of Hindus in Pakistan

JG Arora Tuesday January 3, 2006 It is tragic that though Hinduism proclaims universal brotherhood and oneness of humanity, and addresses entire humanity as divine children (Shrunvantu vishve amrutsya putraha Rig Veda: 10-13-1), Hindus are being treated with disdain and discrimination, and are being denied even the basic human rights in Pakistan and Bangladesh which used to be Hindu lands. Let us see the plight of Hindus in these nations vis-a-vis the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted and proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948, "as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations". As per Article 1 of this Declaration, "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights." Article 2 specifies, "Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion ...." Articl

Dirty tricks department in Congress and UPA Government

A good indication of the state of the polity in Bharatam is the following report on Mulayam Singh Yadav's press conference. The report is so serious, so shocking in its implications for the future of Bharatiya polity, the shock paralyses us by the fact that the report does not make the headlines, does not even get reported on the frontpages of the p-sec media. Vigilonline rightly asks Shekhar Gupta to grow up in the context of an editorial on the fake Sanjay Singh CD; the issue is much more than growing up. The issue relates to dirty tricks which were the forte of fascist, nazi regimes. Mulayam Singh Yadav should certainly re-think the company he keeps getting support from CPI-M. Two issues stand out in this episode reported by Mulayam. 1. Mulayam does NOT have faith in the CBI. This is a reasonable statement since CBI has increasingly become a hand-maiden of the major partner, Congress in UPA. This is a sorry state indeed that a premier investigating agency of the nat


By Willy Lam Call it the “Theory of the Three Harmonies.” Three years after assuming power, President Hu Jintao has concocted the one slogan that his publicists hope will best sum up the statecraft of the Fourth Generation leadership: he-ping, he-jie and he-xie. This “triple he [harmony]” can be rendered as “seeking peace in the world, reconciliation with Taiwan, and harmony in Chinese society.” Hu and long-time ally Premier Wen Jiabao have been digging deep into the Communist-Chinese canon as well as ancient Confucian classics to generate a pithy motto to replace ex-president Jiang Zemin’s embarrassingly obtuse dictum, “the Theory of the Three Represents.” Coined by Jiang and his advisers during the last segment of his 13-year rule, the “Three Represents” shibboleth—that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) represents the highest level of productivity, the foremost culture and the people’s interests”—is widely seen as an elitist rallying cry to justify the empowerment of the “new clas


By Yitzhak Shichor One of the basic components of post-Mao China’s policy, domestic and international, is opposition to separatism. This policy reflects China’s uncompromising adherence to the maintenance of territorial integrity at all costs—primarily with regard to Taiwan, but also to Tibet, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia. Similarly, the Chinese are fundamentally and officially opposed to separatist movements elsewhere, suggesting recently that self-determination should not necessarily involve national independence and that stateless nations should not necessarily form, or be given, states. These rules also apply to the Kurds. To be sure, Chinese scholars deplore the Kurdish “tragedy:” the fact that a nation with such a long history could never set up its own country; the refusal of any country to seriously help the Kurds; and the use of force by host governments (primarily Turkey) to suppress Kurdish nationalism. Nevertheless, the Chinese ultimately admit that the Kurds’ demand for

Pakistani Army operations against Baloch people , pictures worth 1000 words

Alas ! Panini and Tolkaappiyar were not German. They were bharatiya.

Alas ! Panini and Tolkaappiyar were not German. They were bharatiya. This is a general plea for vinayam. Panini is our pitr., the pitr. of hindu civilization who has contributed so much to human thought. "Vyaas Houston (1991), in one of his writings, mentions his discovery of the world's oldest living language: Sanskrit, the language of ancient India and Vedic civilization. He states thus: "It was perfectly clear to me that I had come upon a perfect language, a language that invokes the spirit, an inexhaustible wellspring of spiritual inspiration. The ancients called it devavani, the language of gods. Where did it come from? - A language infinitely more sophisticated than any of our modern tongues." (Backus-Naur Form is a notation for computer programming languages)...The above makes the powerful plea that Backus-Naur Form (BNF) should be truly called Panini-Backus Form (PBF), as "we must give credit where credit is due." Paninian grammars, which cons