Showing posts from April, 2015

Secret Islamic agenda to attack Churches to blame Hindus

Agra : Agra police on Wednesday detained three Muslim men on suspicion that they were involved in vandalizing St Mary’s Church at Pratappura in the cantonment area of the city on April 16. Police has been tracking some mobile numbers after having some call records connected with the Church vandalization. The SSP of Agra, Mr. Rajesh Modak said the three men, identified right now only as Nasir, Zafar and Zaffaruddin, and all between 30-35 years, had been held as they were present in the area at the time of the incident, but could not satisfactorily explain what they were doing there. Their cell phones had recorded their location. The accused confessed to be around the church on the night of the crime and could not provide an appropriate reason for their presence there, he said. However, family members of the accused refuted the police claims and said that they were returning from a shopping exhibition at Ram Lila ground on the day of the incident. The family members along with the activ…

There will be bloodshed if Aurangabad’s name is changed to Sambhajinagar : Abu Azmi

• Will the powerful pro-Hindu organizations and organizations using the name of Dharmaveer Sambhaji Maharaj do something against such threat ? • What action is Modi Government going to take against Abu Azmi ? • If Aurangzeb is going to be glorified in the regime of Modi Government, it is a sign of bad days for Hindus ! It is also possible that Aurangabad could become another Kashmir ! Sambhajinagar (Maharashtra) : Aurangzeb was most secular. Muslims cannot forget the sacrifice he has made. (Aurangzeb was a cruel king who had imprisoned his own parents. He intimidated his brothers and had tortured Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj till death. Those, who consider such cruel Aurangzeb as a secular person, do not know the history ! – Editor, DainikSanatan Prabhat) The name of Aurangzeb is associated with this city; therefore, there would be bloodshed if the name is changed to Sambhajinagar. (Hindu leaders had fought with Aurangzeb even after death of Dharmaveer Sambhaji Maharaj ! When Hindus, who…

Suicides, Silence, Tears, Introspection, Clean Politics, Dirty Politics – What’s Going On?

Friends, I’d like to ask a very relevant question – Why can’t the IPL be postponed when our good neighbors have lost so many lives, in fact in 1000s to be precise? Why – doesn’t that tragedy deserve a courteous human touch, when all is lost of a chunk of our friendly fellow nation; can we not at least stop enjoying cricket for a few days to stand briefly together in these trying hours of grief of ill-fated Nepal Earthquake?? If not, then what is the rationale and who gives whom the right to ask why Arvind Kejriwalcontinued with his rally and speech which was held for a much larger cause, a huge purpose (unlike IPL) that in order to avert further tragedies from occurring, that of stopping farmers committing suicides! In the run up to the by now a kinda murder mystery thriller of Gajendra Singh of Dausa village, Rajasthan! The amazing BJP CM of Rajasthan Madame Raje – when asked about, if she’d plan a visit to the by now, famous suicide victims’ home at Dausa village under her rule? Pat…

Earthquakes or Natural Calamities are Reminders and not the Wrath of God !

My younger son is a man of reason. He is obedient, reticent, agnostic and perfectionist. I may often disagree often with what he has to say but I always lend my ears to what he shares. During this Nepal Earthquake Calamity, he proffered a question, rather a statement: Several religious scholars of all faiths attribute these apoplectic calamities to the wayward behavior and sins of mankind. Have the natural calamities something to do with the moral behaviour of the victims?  The list of these transgressions consists of broad spectrum and varies from faith to faith. However, most of the people in Japan accept these catastrophic developments as an outcome of geological and climatic changes. The countries of these religious scholars spend a negligible amount The countries of these religious scholars spend a negligible amount on research and development to study the vicissitudes of nature or for the preparations of disaster management. They simply blame the spiritual corruption of Human B…

History Of Bihar and Nepal Earthquakes

Nepal and Bihar (particularly Mithilanchal) share common geographical location, culture and to some extent history too (particularly the eastern Tarai region of Nepal). Till Sugauli agreement between India & Nepal in 1816, Eastern Tarai of Nepal was part of the Mithila territory having capital at Janakpur, now in Nepal. We have also shared a grief of flood, drought & earthquake like the natural disaster. The rivers like Koshi, Kamla-Balan, Gandak, Baghmati etc. all originates from Himalaya & flows through Nepal & North Bihar. Catchment area of all these rivers constitutes Nepal region which causes flood in North Bihar, resultantly vast loss of lives & property every year. In fact, Nepal is the natural allies of India. India all along helped Nepal with all its resources both in peace & turmoil, natural disaster, Infrastructure development ,with great respect of its sovereignty, even though Nepal time to time has shown coldness in relationship & even inclinat…

Deport Tablighi preachers, MHA advises all states

The intelligence agencies have warned the Narendra Modi government of a threat posed by rising instances of Tablighi preachers entering India on tourist visas and starting religious preaching. The Union home ministry has alerted all states and UTs in an advisory that there is a major surge in individuals coming to India with tourist visas and then preaching Tablighi doctrine. The Tablighi Jamaat is a kind of back-to-basis movement that aims to turn ordinary Muslims into believers and to revive the faith. The movement has been banned in many countries as it is seen as encouraging extremism. The MHA letter last week says foreigners coming from Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, UAE, Qatar, Myanmar, France and Bangladesh, among others, were found indulging in this practice, and it asked states to identify such persons on an urgent basis and deport them immediately. Other countries from where such individuals have come include Algeria, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. The home ministry has rem…

Bose, Not Gandhi, Ended British Rule In India: Ambedkar

In an interview to BBC in February 1955, Babasaheb elucidated the reason why the British left India in 1947. Subsequently, Attlee agreed Netaji was the toughest challenge the Empire faced. Several defence and intelligence experts agreed, too. Why even after 70 years of his disappearance the people of India are so keen on finding out the truth about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose? A part of the answer has to do with what Netaji did for us. Declassified records, testimonies of those who had a ringside view of events coupled with sheer commonsense make it quite evident that Netaji dealt a body blow to the British Raj. As such, for us to brush under the carpet the poignant issue of his fate — how and where he actually died — would constitute a gross affront to his memory and all those associated with him. For reasons political, the authorities in India will never acknowledge the paramount role of Netaji in forcing the colonial British to transfer the power in 1947. Perhaps one h…

Muslim cleric Moin Siddiqui announces Rs 50 lakh bounty to behead Dr. Swamy and Sanjay Raut

Whatever Dr. Swamy and Sanjay Raut have expressed is truth and it is based on proper study and facts. Moin Siddiqui should note that this is not ‘Islamic state’ where he can behead people just because they are telling truth and Siddiqui is not agree with that. Also Hindus should unite and come ahead to protect Hindu leaders from Jihadis ! – Editor, HJS Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dr Subramanian Swamy got a death threat on Wednesday, April 22, from none other than controversial Muslim cleric Moin Siddiqui, the President of All India Faizan-E-Madina Council. Death threats are not something new for Dr Swamy, who is fighting a lone battle for what he calls the ‘Hindu Renaissance’ in India. But it is not just Dr Swamy who has received such threats, senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has also got a warning from the same entity that he will be killed. As per reports on, Moin Siddiqui has yet again delivered a controversial remark. He has in the past announced a rewa…

Indian-American Vivek Murthy is US’s youngest surgeon-general, takes oath on Gita

Washington : At about the same time the death of a farmer in New Delhi brought the capital’s attention on farmer suicides, a young Indian-American was invoking with gratitude the Indian roots of his success in the United States: his agriculturist grandfather’s resilience and sacrifice that led his parents emigration and his own remarkable achievement in this country. “By any reasonable measure, I shouldn’t be standing here. My father is the son of a farmer in rural India. He was supposed to have been a farmer, as was I,” Vivek Murthy recalled to a gaggle of supporters gathered at a military base in Fort Myer after he was administered oath (on a Bhagavad Gita) on Wednesday by vice president Joe Biden as the 19th surgeon general of the United States, America’s doctor-in-chief. Clearly unaware of the tumult in India over the farmer suicide, Murthy then added, “But for my grandfather’s insistence that his son get an education, even if that meant going into debt, we might have never left th…

Nearly 1,500 dead in Nepal's 7.9 magnitude quake, India mounts massive rescue operation

Kathmandu: Nepal was today struck by the worst earthquake in 80 years, leaving nearly 1,500 people dead in flattened houses and buildings including the iconic Dharhara tower and renowned Darbar Square in the heart of the capital.

The quake measuring 7.9 on Richter scale, which was followed by 16 aftershocks of magnitude 4.5 or greater, striking heavy casualties in Kathmandu and injuring thousand others. Hundreds were feared missing across the country.

"Army estimates death toll as much as 1457 so far," Nepal's Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat tweeted. He said, "90 per cent of approx 1000 homes and huts reduced to rubble in Barpak Larpak area." According to Nepalese home ministry figures, 150 people lost lives in neighbouring Bhaktapur, 250 in Sindhu, 67 in Lalitpur and 37 in Dhading district. Besides, 20 people were killed in the country's eastern region, 33 in western region and rest in other parts of the Himalayan nation. The earthquake around…