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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Qabool to talaq in 4 months
Shiv Rawal | Chandigarh
The nearly four-month- old and much-hyped Chand-Fiza wedding has come to an end.

Fiza, aka Anuradha Bali, on Saturday said her estranged husband Chand had divorced her by saying ‘talaaq’ thrice to her on phone from London.

“I will sue him for cheating and threatening me,” said Fiza, who converted to Islam to marry Chander Mohan, former Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana.

The duo had solemnized marriage in December last year in Meerut after embracing Islam.

“Chand called me on Friday night at 9.26 pm and repeated talaaq thrice. He even threatened me with dire consequences after the General election is over,” Fiza, former assistant advocate general of Haryana, said.

She, however, added a rider to the telephonic talaaq. “The divorce will not be effected unless done by him in person before me. If he has guts, he should come out from his self-imposed hibernation,” she said.

Keeping her tears at bay at the crowded Press conference outside her house in Mohali, Fiza said: “Chand warned me of dire consequences in an SMS. He said he and his family were due to elections.

“He told me to keep my silence as my maintenance allowance will reach me soon. He said if I opened my mouth, he will eliminate me,” Fiza added.

She accused Chand, a Congress legislator from Kalka, of killing her father, “as my father suffered a heart attack on the day Chand came to my house proposing marriage. He traveled with me to Hardwar and promised to be with me till death do us part.”

Chand has already got a clean chit by Mohali Police in connection with Fiza’s allegations of rape, cheating, intimidation and hurting religious sentiments.

Unwilling to give up, Fiza said she would fight to the finish to ensure justice was done to her. “I am not going to give up. I have already discussed the case with Supreme Court lawyers and will file a fresh complaint against Chand for threatening me,” she said.

Chand has reportedly been under severe pressure from his children from Seema Bishnoi to return to the family.

This is getting hilarious everyday. Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana Chandji is making real fun of Islam, this is cracking me. Talaq on telephone, well if you can marry on phone why not Talaq.
Now Chand will go through shudhi and will be back in Hindusim.
Poor Fiza or whatever.
<b>Rs 50,000 crore missing from govt coffers: Modi</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi [Images] on Sunday night alleged that a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India had found that Rs 50,000 crore was unaccounted for and 'missing from the central government's coffers'.

"The country wants to know from Prime Minster Manmohan Singh [Images] about this money that has simply vanished," Modi, who launched the election campaign of the Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena alliance in Maharashtra on Sunday, said.

<b>Training guns on Dr Singh, Modi said the country should know whether the huge sum of "missing money purportedly mentioned in the CAG report was being used for election purposes by the ruling party</b>".

"Daal me kuch kala hai (There is something fishy about this)", he charged. Targeting the prime minister, whom he described as a reputed economist<b>, Modi alleged it was intriguing that the Harshad Mehta stock scam had happened when Singh was the finance minister in the Narsimha Rao government. </b>

<b>"Today, when he is Prime Minister, the Satyam [Get Quote] fiasco has surfaced. Why do such things happen when he is at the helm? Is it the result of his economic policies or something else,"</b> Modi told the large gathering.


Modi is on dot, Finally someone is hitting on right spot.
Congress Party is Choro ki Bharat.
^ Mudy's post. Still on the above. The Rajeev 2004 blog mentions an additional 70,000 crores pocketed by the christokkkongressis.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Wednesday, March 25, 2009
<b>CAG Finds 50,000 Crores unaccounted for!</b>
mar 25th, 2009

wait a minute, who says they are unaccounted for? they are in the numbered swiss accounts of various kkkangressis!

<b>just like the 70,000 crore that has vanished (aka NREGS) into kkkangress party cadres' pockets.</b>

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From: A P

Mar 18, 2009


Labels: central government's coffers, Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Government of India, Modi
<b>Comptroller & Auditor General of India has found that Rs 50,000 crore is unaccounted for and 'missing from the central government's coffers'</b> -- Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday night alleged that a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India had found that Rs 50,000 crore was unaccounted for and 'missing from the central government's coffers'.

"The country wants to know from Prime Minster Manmohan Singh about this money that has simply vanished," Modi, who launched the election campaign of the Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena alliance in Maharashtra on Sunday, said.

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Posted by nizhal yoddha at 3/25/2009 07:38:00 AM
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Hindus should duck paying tax until Hindu nationalists are governing in their state or country.
50,000 crore Rs is (500,000 million Rs is) 500 billion Rs. And 70,000 crore is 700 billion Rs. That's huge. A total of <b>1.2 trillion</b> Rupees that's been <i>noticed</i> as having gone 'missing'.

Current christogovt oppressing Dharmic India is exactly the same as the British christogovt which was also looting India, causing famines (like present christogovt is causing farmers to commit suicide), destroying Hindu education (like current christocommunist govt sponsors delusions and forces christo miseducation and communist hystery on children instead of proper schooling and history).

All that tax money christogovt has been stealing from Bharatam's Dharmics would explain how the christomedia is propped up in India despite its losses, how the christogovt keeps bribing more politicians and other vocalists into speaking/working for christoism instead (Jayalalitha, Madhu Kishwar). Stealing from Hindus to convert and terrorise Hindus. And I suspect the money also goes towards funding missionary 'NGOs' who would then be taking all the credit for the "christian charity" they are so 'kindly' donating to India from India's own purses.

IMO, it would be interesting to know how much Sonia is tithing to her church (the Vatican). Am certain it would be taking a hefty percentage. The catholic church has always been famous for pocketing money raised by christogovernments. From imperial Rome onwards. When Rome was still pagan, the church used to convert rich women and aristocratic families and make them give up all their money and lands to the church. This continued into later times when many aristocratic sons became priests and women were sent to nunneries: they'd donate their dowries and their portion of the familial inheritance to the church. The same happens now among converts in Bharatam. They end up donating their money and that of their family to the church upon conversion.

Christo tyrant govt in India ought to be ousted. Hindus should wake up to its blatant christoism. It's no different from when Bharatam was under bloody christoBritain's heel. Need a real War of Independence. Kick out christoislamicommunism once and for all from Bharatam (and then eventually from the entire Asian continent, and then from the world).
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>pavan 25/03/2009 21:02:12 Why should we bare all these?</b>
Abhya, Vijay, just passing these comments or news cant do any good to our motherland or to our society. We have to boot these psudo secular media out of India.

Do you know, from past 1 month, there are 5 News channels launched in andhra Pradesh? All these channels are either funded by the Jihadi groups or Church and they support only congress.

In this elections, Hindus are fighting not only with congress and communists, but with half of the world.

Do you ever realise that?

Do you know, some of the congress MP's in the list are recommended by European and American political leaders? There are recommendations flooding from Turkey, Uzbekisthan, Iran etc., to congress, to field "their" Candidates in the elections.

No one knows about these. These are the candidates who rule us.

We Hindus, cant even hold our independence for 60 years. We slaves from centuries and we are used to live as slaves.

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<b>Become a Terrorist get paid by Indian Government - Video</b>
29/03/2009 14:05:07 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NK6xwFRQ7...re=related

The comments:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--> Suresh Iyer
30/03/2009 00:25:01  how humane?
When i first heard it I thought it was a cruel joke on the Congress party.When i heard it from the mouth of the minister my worst fears were confirmed.Why cant this matter be informed to the international bodies that are working against global terrorism?Why should they have a phoney member like India in thier group?
What great philanthrophists these sickulars are when it comes to terror modules.

29/03/2009 21:30:52  bizzare logic
It does not surprise anyone that our main stream media have not carried this news at anytime.Some Hindu channels with national perspective have repeatedly beamed these videos.There are enough pseudo sickular voters in this country who do not see anything wrong with this move.Our own state announcing pension for the madarasa teachers is a fore runner to this policy.I think with this rehabilitation package the govt can legalise terrorism as a profession. The minister who is shown defending this policy in the video was the same one who was making a comparison of NDA and UPA with respect of terror casualities , at the height of mumbai attack.He is washing off this policy as a humanitarian gesture.BJP not using this video as a campaign material will be a case of gross negligence.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo--> “My father died because of Congress...they (Congress) did not listen to him, such a senior leader... and took Sanjay Nirupam in Congress, the man who accused him, the man who abused him when he (Nirupam) was in Shiv Sena. He died because of that,” Dutt told NDTV.

He said that his father had revealed this to him four days before he breathed his last.
“He spoke to me four days before he died. The only hurt he was having was this. He told me they (Congress) have killed him,” Dutt said.

<!--QuoteBegin-Capt M Kumar+Apr 2 2009, 12:22 AM-->QUOTE(Capt M Kumar @ Apr 2 2009, 12:22 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin--><!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo--> “My father died because of Congress...they (Congress) did not listen to him, such a senior leader... and took Sanjay Nirupam in Congress, the man who accused him, the man who abused him when he (Nirupam) was in Shiv Sena. He died because of that,” Dutt told NDTV.

He said that his father had revealed this to him four days before he breathed his last.
“He spoke to me four days before he died. The only hurt he was having was this. He told me they (Congress) have killed him,” Dutt said.

And Dutt's daughter anyway joined Congress.
Bullet In Congress rule, crime pays - handsomely</b>
By Pradip Parekh on 4/3/2009 6:18:07 AM

There is no doubt Congress is totally dedicated to minority interests - always at the expense of majority community. Every democracy tries to help minorities, mainly because they wronged the minorities historically. India has no such history; in fact it is just the reverse. Thus the majority in India owes nothing to mnorities in moral ethical terms. But Congress behaves like the Muslim League of whatever is left of India
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><span style='color:red'>Truth about Rahul’s MPhil </span>

CHENNAI: Rahul Gandhi appears to have been economical with the truth on his affidavit while filing his election nomination papers in Amethi this weekend.

In the affidavit, he states that he obtained an MPhil from Trinity College of the University of Cambridge, UK, in 1995, in Developmental Economics. A certificate from the University shows that not only has he got dates wrong, he has even got the name of the course he took incorrect.

Worse, the man touted as a future prime minister failed one of his four papers.

Rahul got 58 per cent in “National Economic Planning and Policy” (according to the grading scale given in the certificate, 60 per cent is the minimum for a pass).

The certificate, shown alongside, was issued a year ago by Diana Kazemi, the secretary of the department of Development Studies (and not Developmental Economics) in which Rahul Gandhi studied.

He enrolled under the name ‘Raul Vinci’, a pseudonym given by the British authorities in a common practice as there are a good number of VVIP wards from around the world enrolled at British educational institutions. The pseudonym came to light during the 2004 elections in the Telegraph and the Hindu.

According to the University, Rahul read for the MPhil in 2004- 05, and not in 1994-95, as stated in his affidavit.

His affidavit’s other claim, to have obtained his Bachelors from Rollins College in Florida, USA, is true (and is a departure from earlier claims by ‘supporters’ that he graduated from Harvard). He also briefly attended St Stephen’s College in Delhi, gaining admission through the sports quota.

His mother (and Congress president) Sonia Gandhi was also in a minor controversy in 2004 over her educational qualifications.

Her nomination papers’ affidavit claimed she obtained a certificate in English from Lennox Cook School, University of Cambridge, in 1965. After it was revealed that the school had no affiliation to the University, Sonia claimed that the error on the affidavit was the result of a secretarial typing mistake.

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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Enemys of Congress are the enemies of India.By: Nautankee | 08-Apr-2009  Reply | Forward 

Those who has venomised and posed brainless comments against the Congress should realise, that Congress is the only party which does not dicriminate any person from any religions or caste. Mahatma Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru,Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi, Rajeev Gandhi and now Manmohan Singh has never raised any discriminating issue against the people of India from any caste or religion. But whereas the Bharat Jalao Party has constantly tried to put kerosine on fire so that their divide and rule policies would become vote banks. But the people of India and specially us Hindu's will not forget the fact, that only because of the Congress India stood united, and when so ever India faced outside threats then it was the leaders of the Congress who stood up to defend their nation. There is no doubt, some of the Congress leaders have also made blunders, but then they must be deleted from the Congress party, but the Congress agenda of unity should be implemented to unite the entire nation.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Indians within dangerous than foreign terrorists- Sonia; Advani demands Apology</b>
12/04/2009 22:56:10  PTI

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP leader L K Advani today demanded an apology from <b>Congress President Sonia Gandhi for her statement that India was in greater danger from people inside than foreign terrorists,</b> which he said was an implied attack on his party.

Referring to a reported speech of Gandhi in Jharkhand, Advani said he was shocked about her remarks that "we are in greater danger from people inside than from foreign terrorists entering India".

He said though Gandhi did not name his party, it "substantially accuses us and the comments were clear".

He said in India, there has been a tradition from the past, even in the 1962 and 1965 wars when late Prime Ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Lal Bahadur Shastri had praised the role of Jan Sangh and RSS.

A rare exception was made in 1963 when Nehru asked the RSS to send a contingent for the Republic Day parade.

"Obviously, she does not know the history of her own party. She makes a statement of this kind. This is slander. She should apologise for this statement or join a debate on fundamentalist issues like Al Qaeda," he said addressing a press conference here.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Of course the christoterrorist Santa would say that.

But if Santonia was not specific, then Advani could so easily have turned this around.

He should
1. Make a face like he is deeply considering what she just said and then
2. Say "But of course! Santonia is right!
We are grateful to her admission that the congress party and the islamic terrorists like SIMI, the treacherous christian media, the christian terrorist orgs like NLFT, NSCN, etc, are all more dangerous to our nation than foreign terrorists. As we have seen, they continue to allow and even enable christoislamicommuni terror attacks on our soil, depleting the ranks of the nation's *indigenous* traditions like only genocidal manias do.
The fact that Santonia has been the first to bring this up, further proves that she knows about all this only because of her intimate familiarity with her own christian ideology's and party's terrorist nature.

Listen to Santonia. The internal dangers she speaks of are christoislamicommunism - the alien parasitism - and its deluded followers."

(Of course, after saying that, Advani will get threats from SIMI, LeT not to mention NLFT and Opus Dei. The last will probably off him without threatening first.)
Related to #158, #162, #163:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>how to bring home a trillion: pioneer</b>
apr 14th, 2009

the kkkangress' bigwigs are notably silent about this. so is the ELM.

Posted by nizhal yoddha at 4/14/2009 09:43:00 PM 0 comments <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>How to bring home a trillion?</b>

BR Lall

<b>The BJP’s manifesto promises to bring to India the ‘Everest of cash’ lying in foreign tax havens while Manmohan Singh fights shy of joining the G-20 campaign to end the evil banking system</b>

Transparency International recently exposed how the Indian government was avoiding asking for information from the German government about the billions of dollars of un-accounted money belonging to the people of India lying in Liechtenstein, a small German county. A number of other countries -- the United States, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Canada, Italy, Britain and Ireland --whose nationals are also included in the same list, are seriously collecting information from the same source about accounts held by their citizens. <b>The German government had issued an open offer to all governments to seek the truth from the records it had come to possess, free of charge.

Unbelievable but true, India is deaf to the offer. I had visualised such a situation long back while dealing with this issue in my book, Who Owns CBI: The Naked Truth, (Manas, 2007). I wrote: "It will not be easy to take any step in this direction, as the first obstacle will come from Indian elites, who are holding such accounts/ assets abroad. They will oppose any such move tooth and nail".</b>

No meaningful fight against corruption, black money and economic offences can be really successful without radical measures. I had attempted the analysis in the context of Switzerland alone and had assessed Indian wealth in that single country at $5 trillion. There are some other, well known slush parks: St. Kitts, Antigua, Bahamas, Isle of Man, etc. that would multiply such holdings manifold .Of course, Switzerland is the jewel in the crown.Needless to say, if the Indian wealth lying there is brought home, we would turn overnight into one of the richest nations in the world.

The countries of the developing world suffer heavily from the drain of resources. They are driven into debt traps. If the outflow of their resources could be checked, some of these countries, like India, may have enough of foreign exchange resources and may not need to avail international borrowings at all. But, what is happening is that other countries are developing and prospering at our cost. No wonder Switzerland has the second highest per capita income in the world, and they have their criminal banking industry to thank.

This drain from the third world will continue unabated unless certain structural changes are brought about. Banking secrecy laws give the Swiss banks undeserved immunity. However, the slush money accruing from the drug trade is treated differently. If it is suspected that the money in a bank has some linkage with narcotics, the secrecy laws stand automatically suspended. This was done on the insistence of the big western powers, as drug abuse is a major problem for their societies. After the attack on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001 money held by terrorists has been frozen.

For countries like India, all economic offenders, including the corrupt as also the cooperating Swiss-bankers, are financial terrorists or their harbourers. The major problem of the developing world is corruption, and the secrecy laws aid and abet it. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the people of countries like Switzerland are more like receivers of stolen property and are leading a parasitic existence.

This hypocrisy does not go well with their famed high stance on morality. They should abandon such laws and throw their banking business open and transparent. India should take up this question with Swiss banks, the western world and with all possible international organisations, including the UN, OECD, etc. The countries of the third world, and India in particular, should agitate for relaxation of banking secrecy laws.

Apart from bank accounts, another dimension is that property or some other assets that could be purchased abroad. Since the agency of one country cannot conduct investigations in another country, some rules need to be framed so that the particulars of deposits or properties held abroad could be known to the mother country, in the name of whose citizens these may stand.

The following measures are suggested in the Indian context and they hold good for all other countries similarly placed:

a) Whenever a bank account is opened by an Indian citizen abroad, the particulars of such account should be communicated to the Indian authorities, through its embassy/high commission in that country. On receipt, the account number and other details should be fed into the National Property Register (NPR) immediately and could also be compiled in the CBI. National property registered is visualised as a master computer that will store all the assets in the names of all the individuals with each being allotted a unique identity as per finger print classification.

b) If the person is found involved in some crime or a criminal case, particularly of corruption or any other white-collar crime registered against him in India, then the particulars of balances in account and the copy of the account, if asked for authentically by the investigating agency, should be supplied. One such nodal agency will be nominated by each country. In this context, the authorised agency for India should be the CBI. If any state agency or any other agency of the government of India needs some information, it could approach the CBI. The foreign bank/government should have no discretion but to supply duly certified copies of accounts/ information whenever demanded by the nodal agency, in this case the CBI.

c) Whenever an Indian purchases a property abroad, its details should be passed on by the registering authority there to the Indian Embassy/High Commission, which would transmit the same to India. This information could also be fed into the National Property Register and also compiled in CBI and used when required.

d) Details of all the properties and the bank deposits held abroad by the Indian citizens at present should be supplied to Indian Embassy/High Commission in the respective countries.

e) Further, on instructions from the CBI, the accounts should automatically be frozen, the lockers, the properties and other assets sealed and ultimately these assets be disposed of as per directions of the Indian courts.

f) For obtaining/supplying such information, the dual criminality may not be insisted upon, as corruption is a crime everywhere, only some technical details may differ. Similarly, the blanket sovereign guarantee of reciprocity may be executed once at the level of the governments and should not be insisted upon for every case separately as that causes tremendous delays.

Once this happens, hiding black incomes abroad would become very difficult and practically impossible. India will start looking up, immediately. But to get such amendments to their rules, India has to take other countries of the developing world along, build up a powerful lobby and initiate very persuasive and aggressive propaganda underscoring the point that we are also readily helping them in their fight against drug and terrorism.

The country expects action from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who is revered as an economist, an academician and as an honest person. It's another matter that this image of him has been sculpted by the very people who have amassed huge wealth through fraudulent means. It may be argued that any government that tries to tinker with the status quo would fall as the elite of India, which includes the bureaucrats, are benefiting from Switzerland's famous secrecy laws. The moot point is, does the Prime Minister owe his loyalty to such criminals or to the nation?

<b>-- The writer is a former DG of Police and author, Who owns the CBI? (Manas, 2007)</b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Didn't I post this somewhere. Ought to have. Sorry if it's double. Came across this a week or so back.
Soppy soap drama.

long ExpressBuzz link
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>I always wanted Rahul Gandhi to be minister: PM </b>
IANS First Published : 26 Mar 2009 08:53:00 PM IST
Last Updated : 26 Mar 2009 09:48:26 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday disclosed that he wanted Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi, the son of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, to be a minister in the cabinet, but Rahul refused.

"I always wanted Rahul Gandhi to be a minister, but he refused," Manmohan Singh told reporters on the sidelines of a defence investiture function at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
(Not literally nepotism perhaps, but if sycophancy and bending over backwards can make one family, MMS must have been elevated to the Sonia family patriarch by now. And that *makes* it nepotism.)

"Power must be handed to the youth," the prime minister underlined.

Manmohan Singh's remarks come amid speculation about a role for Rahul Gandhi in the next government if the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) led by the Congress returns to power after the elections this April-May.

Repudiating the opposition's charge about the Congress' inability to handle coalitions, Manmohan Singh said the party had run the UPA coalition successfully for the last five years and had proved its ability to change with the times.

In a candid appraisal of his government's performance, the prime minister said he will give the UPA "seven out of 10".

Asked about allies like PMK leaving the UPA and other parties like Samajawadi Party, Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) forging an alliance in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the prime minister said this was a result of local politics and not a reflection on the Congress' skills at managing coalitions.

Alluding to a slew of flagship development programmes of the UPA like National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) and Bharat Nirman, the prime minister said that his government had achieved 80-85 percent of what it had set out to do and that these programmes were changing the face of India.

The prime minister's comments on Rahul Gandhi come three days after Congress president Sonia Gandhi endorsed Manmohan Singh's name as the prime ministerial candidate of the Congress and a day after Rahul Gandhi enthusiastically supported him, saying he had achieved a "hell of a lot" and had both toughness and grit.
(What? "Toughness and grit"? MMS basically told islamoterrorists the country was theirs for the taking. Same thing that SAntonia told the christofascists.)

Lauding Manmohan Singh as a "first class gentleman", Rahul Gandhi had said he considered the prime minister to be "one of the top leaders" of the country.
(What an excessively emotional story. Look how it's topped off with <i>mutual admiration and congratulations</i>.)<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Best of all is the photo. With Raoul imitating Dopey (actually, the doting Madmoron also looks a bit high), I will be certain to cast Raoul as the lead junkie if I make a relevant movie on why kids should Say No To Drugs. Cretinous drugs are particularly harmful: one whiff catching you unawares and you go zombie.
<!--QuoteBegin-"ramana"+-->QUOTE("ramana")<!--QuoteEBegin--><!--QuoteBegin-"vsudhir"+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE("vsudhir")<!--QuoteEBegin-->Astute observations Muppala garu.

IMO, <b>if INC reduces to 2 digits or low 3 digits, I can only hope and pray that there will be a grassroots revolt, civil war and split within the party and that the die-nasty will be evicted following which the INC of pre-indira can slowly revive in ideals and spirit (long shot, I know).

But yes, anything that weakens the phoren influence at the head of the INC high-on-something command better for the country.</b> The 3rd front sellouts are essentially sellouts and will sell to the highest bidder. Its time lalu, mulayam and paswan - mandal era fossils - lose their deposits and become totally marginalized.

Meanwhile, weakening BJD is crucial lest other NDA allies look to repeating Naveen's sordid example. There should be electoral consequences to betraying the nationalist forces in this country, IMHO.

BTW, word has it my SHQ's uncle is in the poll fray too this time. Chalo, at least i can say apun ka contact elexun lad raha hai.... :mrgreen:<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

After all is said and done INC was the vehicle to achieve Independence. From what I read under Gandhiji it was funded by Indian industrialists even till late 90s. The fund managers got bad name but were powerful entities- Atulya Ghosh in the sixties to Sitram kesari in the 90s. Bofors scam was an atempt by the Gandhii coterie to bypass local funding sources and break free. The eclipse of Sitram Kesari in late 90s ended the local funding component and the rise of outside support and reliance on Gandhi family fortunes.
The eclipse if it happens will allow the nationalists to emerge out of the pen-umbra of the Gandhi family. Such a group can assert itself nationally without the baggage of the carpet baggers. A pan nationlist group can help solve the problems of the region.

Lets see how it pans out.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--emo&:devil--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/devilsmiley.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='devilsmiley.gif' /><!--endemo--> CNN-IBN quoted Falco Galli, spokesperson of Ministry of Justice, Switzerland, saying that documents submitted by the Indian Government in 2007 about the case were forged.

Pointing this out to the Indian authorities, the Swiss Government had asked for the right documents and a confirmation that the case against Khan is a criminal one, Galli said.

Following this in March 2007, India submitted additional documents but, according to the Swiss official, they did not meet the necessary ‘specifications’.

Even as the UPA Government has claimed it was doing everything possible to bring back the black money, the Swiss Government spokesperson said there has been no communication from the Indian Government in the last two years in this case.

<!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo--> In a cautionary tale, a Muslim, a Christian and a Hindu are crossing a river in a ferry. A storm springs up and the ferry is pitched and tossed about. The passengers begin to pray for salvation. "Save me, Allah", pleads the Muslim. And a divine being on a winged horse carries the Muslim to safety. "Save me, dear God", cries the Christian. And a chariot of fire descends and conveys him to the shore. "Save me, oh save me!", begs the Hindu. But despite all his entreaties, no help is forthcoming and the poor fellow drowns.


<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Who falls if India rises?</b>
21/05/2009 15:05:11  Tarun Vijay -
http:// timesofindia .indiatimes. com/Columnists/ Tarun-Vijay- Who-falls- if-India- rises/articlesho w/4554588. cms

If Team Rahul gets so much support — and with radiant faces like Jyotiraditya, Sachin and Jitendra Singh — it is able to deliver in national interest, should we remain adamant and say: Hey, you are bad till you join our party? They are Indians and have been voted to power by an Indian electorate.

Think what India needed at a time when external security was under strain and internally terrorism of various varieties continued unabated. Recession has put off lights in a hundred million homes and diplomacy has to show its best with confidence when China makes ADB stop an aid to Arunachal, Tamils are severely brutalized and Swat remains a difficult zone for Delhi, though Kathmandu has given signs of relief, which needs further restrengthening of the non-violent democratic forces.

We wanted a stable government, led by a party with a national outlook, which is necessarily free in taking decisions and without any dependence on the Left and other fringe elements. And an opposition that’s pan-national in its policies, and strong enough to stop any wrong by the treasury benches.

We got it.

Should it make us sad, unhappy and remorseful?

In any case the young, vibrant faces we see peopling parliament, with less caste consciousness and stronger on the merit lines, will do better than their predecessors and please don’t count if they make mistakes-they will shine even if they make some, which are bound to be there in the land of ‘angels’ who have nothing else to do except criticize and belittle others.

India is passing through an ideological and programmatic transformation and the youth in the lead is bound to change the parliament’s body language and paradigms of behaviour. They are there in every party, though more glamorous and the powered will hog the headlines, thanks to the class conscious and politically correct media, the lesser souls will still be relevant and make their mark.

An India, which is strong militarily, sound economically and leads the comity of nations for a peaceful coexistence, needs only one brand "Indian", and definitely not a religious or partisan identity.

Those who couldn’t make it will have enough time to ponder and analyze why they got the drubbing. But those who have an unflinching faith in their ideology and are committed to their path of bliss will carry on working with a renewed vigour and confidence. If the conveyor belts are weak, you can’t blame the luggage for a failed delivery.

Let them think and come to any conclusion that they find appropriate.

To say that the issues raised by those who are otherwise known world over as Hindu nationalist group were wrong, will be unfair to India.

After all, was the raising of the issue of Kashmiri Hindus wrong?

Or demanding revocation of POTA and stringent measures against terrorists?

Or the agitation for the Amarnath land and preservation of the unique world heritage and a symbol of faith like Ram Sethu?

The nationalists opposed the divisive politics of Raj Thakcrey, who was propped up by the Congress to counter Shiv Sena. Was opposing Raj wrong?

The nationalists did Pokaran 2 and were committed to preserve rights for Pokaran 3 if needed. Was that against national interest?

On the eve of polls some said forget 1984 but remember Gujarat. What mentality did it show?

The nationalists wanted Article 370 to go and Kashmir fully integrated with the rest of India. Was that against national integration?

Should India be governed on religious fragmentation and parochial chauvinism or on the basis of egalitarianism, equal rights and privileges to all rising above communal lines?

Let everyone ponder: Hindus have been continuously assaulted for the last twelve hundred years. Do they have a right to preserve their heritage and way of life after a partitioned independence or not?

These are the existential questions before the nation and not the other way round.

True that most of the opposition was fragmented, filled up front pages of the newspapers with internal brick batting (Rampur, Lalu-Nitish- Paswan-Congress) . But that doesn’t make a stark fact diminish that many of the media houses were seen to be working against a particular section of Indian polity. Some becoming an instrument to oppose Hindu assertions maligning them with celebrative enthusiasm for irrelevant happenings like we saw at Mangalore pub. Their (‘fair, objective and independent torch bearers of freedom of expression’) controllers, writing in newspaper columns and on their blogs, had nothing but a decisive opposition and acidic hate for a particular section of the Indians who asserted their dharma. These Hindus were demonized for their civil assertions and all the media space was given to the one-sided attacks on them like the Taliban did in Swat. How the owners of the channels, writing politically partisan columns in papers that blatantly support a particular political party, would allow a debate that can be closer to objectivity and does justice to the other viewpoint?

So what?

They could do what they did, not because they were too overpowering, but because the other side miss-stepped their plans. In the last eight decades, when did Hindutva get applause by this politically correct press and if their steps were strong, when was it able to stop the march?

Prudence demands perseverance and a rational faith in what we have believed in to come up with new idioms and an inclusive appeal that does justice to the cause so dear to the followers.

That’s the cause of India.

Mother India needs the ideology that reflects the glory of our civilisational contours.

The ideology that has been fortified by the martyrdoms and dedication of thousands of unknown and unsung foot soldiers led by Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee and Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya. Both the great stalwarts were murdered mysteriously in their early fifties. They became leaders of a mass party when they were in their forties. And remember they initiated Bharatiya Janasangh, and not Hindu Janasangh, hence their vision was essentially all-inclusive.

Trust in the ideology that is the only reason of organization’s birth and survival and don’t get besieged by the flood of assaults in this time of low tide is the message of this mandate for the vanquished. Hindutva is a way of life and not a political instrument like water supply and reservations. Its wrong, completely a falsehood if someone says it spreads hatred. It’s the only ideology that guarantees pluralism on equality. In fact the most hateful ideologies are those which stifle the other voices defining secularism as anything anti-Hindutva.

Suresh Rao (Bhaiyyaji) Joshi, the sarkaryavah (Gen Secy.) of the RSS said in an interview with me that Hindutva is not a political subject or a parameter but a way of life. So don’t politicize it. Hindutva encompasses essentially good education, rural development and urban infrastructure. There is no alternative to good governance and a lifestyle that rhymes with the ideals that are espoused. Ram symbolizes material happiness too based on the righteous approach for all. Wherever they could show it, they won.

The fact that the nationalist groups are running largest number of service projects, hospitals, blood banks, Thalasaemia care centres, cerebral palsy treatment centres and hundreds of thousands of schools, is overshadowed by political ups and downs. India still produces young, bright, meritorious people who work in remote areas of this land for the socio-economic development without ever caring whether they are mentioned in media reports or not. Five thousand bare foot doctors’ centres in the villages are being run. That’s the real core of Hindu organizational work. With undiluted love and amity for all. If India rises, who falls, is the touchstone of all their actions and utterances.

Nationalism means India first without getting embarrassed or apologetic for our Hinduness. The situation demands a better solidarity and not further divisions. It requires an intellectual commitment to India as envisioned by Sri Aurobindo.

We must prove ourselves worthy of it.

(The author is director of Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation)<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->KN 21/05/2009 17:19:05  UPA victory

I cant believe that Haindavakeralam published this article. Times of india is foreign owned(read christian owned) news media, supporting only the Sonia's christian dynasty. They were at the forefront of crooked indian newsmedia that caused BJP's defeat
in election by viciously false propaganda. This article also is one such propaganda with subtle crookedness. How this sickular article creep into hyndavakeralam. Is evangelist money a factor?

<b>Swamy cries foul over Chidambaram’s victory</b>

NT Bureau | Fri, 22 May, 2009,02:52 PM
Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy has termed the electoral victory of P Chidambaram in Sivaganga constituency as sham and a disgrace to democracy. Swamy said this while addressing the media yesterday.

Raising doubts over Chidambaram’s victory, he said that in spite of the Congress candidate lagging in every round of the vote count, he was announced to have won by the Returning Officer.

‘The officer issued the certificate within two minutes the results were announced. Never before a Returning Officer had issued the certificate with such urgency,’ he said.

The Janata Party leader also sought a suo motu inquiry into credibility of EVMs used in the recent elections. He suspected that the victory of Congress Party in about 75 constituency was achieved through fraudulent means.

Dwelling on the Sri Lankan Tamil issue, he said Tamils should get equal rights in the island nation and India should take steps to ensure the same. ‘Prabhakaran is over. LTTE is finished. But the need of the hour is addressing the main issue of ensuring Tamils’ right to equality, and Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa should honour the promise he had made in this regard,’ he added.

Since India had ‘contributed’ to Sri Lanka’s successful war against the LTTE by supplying defence equipment such as radar, and sending medical teams, it should make sure Tamils were treated with equal rights and the necessary Constitutional amendments must be put in place to ensure this, he said.

Citing reports quoting D R Karthikeyan, head of the CBI team that probed into Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, as saying that attempts were made by many political leaders to ‘manipulate and derail’ investigation, he sought a probe into the charge.

On reports of Prabhakaran being alive as claimed by his supporters, Swamy said that Rajapaksa had informed External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee about Prabhakaran’s death. ‘A government will not lie on such matters as its credibility will be at stake in the future,’ he said.

<!--emo&Sad--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' /><!--endemo--> Restaurant bookings got cancelled this afternoon as the first leg of cabinet formation left a sour taste in too many mouths in the Congress.

Many had hoped to see a dash of youth, fresh from election victory, in a Team Manmohan carrying the Prime Minister’s “stamp” and Sonia and Rahul Gandhi’s “vision for the future”.

Instead, they were stunned to find that as many as seven of the 19 in Manmohan Singh’s A-team were, like the Prime Minister himself, from the Rajya Sabha.

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<b>Congress surge will continue</b>
Arun Nehru
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->We have serious challenges ahead and security concerns, both internal and external, will dominate the Government’s agenda in the foreseeable future. We are all well aware of the global economic crisis and as we start the business of governance, let us pay tribute to the people for the election verdict which has made effective governance possible.

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