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NGOs In India
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"Anybody can apply for these courses, these days not only freshers but also lawyers, business professionals and PhD holders are applying for these courses," says Dr Singh. An applicant for an NGO management course needs to be a graduate in any discipline before enrolling for an NGO management course, with 50 per cent marks. Experienced NGO professionals, social workers and volunteers can also study these courses.


Opportunities are incredible and growing everyday. Whether you plan to open an NGO, provide funds or work in an NGO, the involvement would be emotionally rewarding.

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Goonj - Indian NGO of 2007

anyone knows more about them?
http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news ... ed/398622/

<b>Victims say earlier statements were fabricated</b>
Vikram Rautela
Posted: Dec 15, 2008 at 0432 hrs IST
Ahmedabad Tell SIT that human rights groups, relief camp authorities made them sign statements written in English, which they could not understand</i>

In a shocking revelation, six victims of the 2002 Naroda Gam riots have told the Special Investigation Team (SIT) that their statements submitted at several places in connection with the case were fabricated and recorded without their knowledge.

In its first chargesheet in the case (number 98/02) filed before a city court here on Wednesday, the Supreme Court-appointed SIT has appended copies of the depositions of the riot victims recorded by it during investigation. The Newsline has a copy of the chargesheet.

The issue assumes significance as the places where these statements have been submitted include the apex court.

<b>In their depositions before the SIT, at least six of the victims have alleged that their earlier statements (recorded by some human rights groups and ‘authorities’ in the Shah-e-Alam relief camp for the riots victims that year), were incorrect and fabricated.</b>

In her deposition before the SIT in February this year, victim Madina Pathan (25) retracted from her statement in the affidavit filed before the Supreme Court in 2003 and told the SIT that no one had raped her that day.

<b>The affidavit submitted in the court had sought a CBI inquiry into the case claiming the woman was beaten up and later raped by a person who was part of a Hindu mob.</b>

Madina disclosed that one Nanumiyan, who along with a Delhi-based human rights group is petitioner in this case, had got these statements recorded by their counsels.

“These affidavits were in English and I do not know what was written on the paper that I was made to sign. No one had raped me,” says her statement, adding she was stabbed on her hand by a rioter and her family members were burnt alive by the mob.

Another victim, Maqsood Miyan Pathan, who according to the earlier affidavit, had seen two men getting out of a car and handing over a black suitcase to the then Naroda police inspector, K K Mysorewala, following which the latter reportedly left in his officials vehicle, has also retracted from this.

The two men in question here were Naroda corporator Vallabh Patel and former corporator Ashok Saheb.

<b>He told the SIT that “some counsels of an NGO had written all this without my knowledge”.</b>

“Counsels in the office of a prominent notary were ‘instigating’ me and other victims to name more persons in their statements,” Maqsood said in his statement.

Four other victims of the case, who have retracted from their earlier statements are Raffique Mohammed Hussain Sheikh, Mohammed Razak Mallik, Mohammed Raffique Hussain Miyan Mallik and Rahim Miyan Rasool Miyan Mallik.

Earlier, 53 people, including the then Bajrang Dal leader Babubhai Bajrangi, were arrested by the city police in connection with the case.

Of the total of 29 fresh names of the accused that opened up during the SIT investigations, 24 have been arrested, two are now dead, two are unidentified and one is absconding.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Foreign Aid to NGOs Soars by 56%</b>
Foreign funding to NGOs in India has soared by 56%, according to figures released by the govt. Apparently, <b>Pakistan</b> is among the donors.
Posted by san at 12/25/2008 08:51:00 AM 3 comments
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Arrest warrants issued against Medha Patkar

Gandhinagar: An arrest warrants was issued against Narmada Bachao Andolan leader Medha Patkar after she failed to honour summons by the Metropolitan Court in Ahmedabad.
NGO's partying at 5 star hotel molest woman - NGO supposedly working for upliftment of women!
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Sozzled members of an NGO working for the upliftment of the fairer sex allegedly molested a doctor's wife </b>and misbehaved with the doctor
when he resisted, at a multi-starred hotel on the banks of the river Gomti in the upmarket Hazratganj area on Thursday night. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Where's Renukaji? NGO working for upliftment of the women doing this!!!

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->When the doctor tried to intervene, <b>the accused allegedly called his associates who had come to attend a function organised by the NGO. </b>A crowd of sorts gathered at the site but none came to the rescue of the hapless couple
. Not even the hotel staff. So much so that the accused, later identified as Bhanu, managed to walk away from the scene with his associates, unresisted. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
And since when can NGO buggers afford to hold parties in 5 star hotels?
Anyone with name of NGO?
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फील्ड स्टाफ पापुलेशन सर्वेसेल इण्टरनेशनल (एनजीओ) का संचालक भानू नशे में धुत था।
Field staff, <b>Population surveillance International</b> - ( Adoption scam)
They get funding from abroad to create havoc in India, ofcourse encouraged by Babus and Congress party. All gets tukara.

Renukaji is busy bar baro and pink chaddi/bra andolan. Soon she will be picking rainbow or purple.
[url="http://www.hindustantimes.com/833-NGOs-blacklisted-for-misappropriation-of-funds/H1-Article1-488589.aspx"]833 NGOs blacklisted for misappropriation of funds: CAPART[/url]
Quote:As many as 833 NGOs and voluntary organisations have been blacklisted by an autonomous body under Rural Development Ministry after they were found indulging in misappropriation of funds.

The Ministry has conveyed information about the matter to the Standing Committee on Rural Development, which tabled its first report on Demands for Grants in Parliament on Thursday. The Committee was headed by Sumitra Mahajan.

Council for Advancement of People's Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), an autonomous body functioning under Rural Development Ministry, blacklisted a total of 833 NGOs and voluntary organisations on November 9.

Andhra Pradesh has the highest number of such blacklisted organisations followed by Bihar and Tamil Nadu.

The Ministry informed that these NGOs were blacklisted for their indulgence in irregularities including misappropriation of funds, the committee said.

Of the 833 NGOs and voluntary organisations which were blacklisted,[color="#FF0000"] 192 were from Andhra Pradesh, 125 from Bihar, 83 from Tamil Nadu, 75 from Karnataka, 72 from Uttar Pradesh, 42 from Rajasthan and 35 from Kerala.

Thirty-two such organisations were from Orissa, 26 from West Bengal, 24 from Maharashtra, 23 from Delhi, 20 from Haryana, 18 from Manipur, 15 from Madhya Pradesh, 13 from Gujarat, 10 from Nagaland, eight from Jharkhand, five each from Mizoram and Himachal Pradesh, three from Jammu and Kashmir, two from Pondicherry and one each from Arunchal Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Meghalaya and Uttaranchal[/color].
[url="http://capart.nic.in/bla/bla.htm"]List of(Black Listed) VOs (as on 24-NOV-2009)[/url]

Lot of them are Christian organisation.

[url="http://capart.nic.in/fas/fas.htm"]Further Assistance Stopped[/url]
[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Dantewada-tribals-attack-Medha-Patkar/articleshow/5418415.cms"]Dantewada tribals attack Medha Patkar[/url]

Quote:Tribals angry with activists fighting for human rights of Naxals while ignoring poor ‘adivasis’ threw rotten eggs and tomatoes at Magsaysay award winner Medha Patkar and Sandeep Pandey as they reached Dantewada town in Chhattisgarh on Wednesday.


..tribals carrying banners of ‘Maa Danteswadi Adivasi Swabhimaan Manch’ surrounded them, asking them to go back.

Shouting slogans like ‘‘Wapas jao, wapas jao (go back)’, the tribals alleged that NGOs ‘‘support Naxals under the pretext of human rights.’’
A former close associate of social activist Teesta Setalvad has sought permission to testify before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the post-Godhra riot cases about the way she influenced the witnesses to wrongly testify before courts.

Seeking to set the record straight, Rais Khan, a former coordinator for Setalvad’s NGO, Citizen for Peace and Justice (CJP), has written to SIT chief RK Raghavan and Supreme Court’s Justice DK Jain denying news reports that he had tampered with the affidavits filed by Nanumiya Rasulmiya Malik, a star witness in Naroda Gaum and Madina Banu rape cases.

[url="http://newsgram.com/2011/03/human-rights-and-the-madness-of-our-age/"]Human Rights and the Madness of Our Age[/url]

by N.S. Rajaram

Quote:Scottish writer Charles Mackay (1814 – 89) may be unknown to the present generation but his 1841 book Extraordinary Popular Delusions and Madness of Crowds in which he gave vivid accounts of crowd hysteria from financial bubbles to major historical events like the Crusades and witch hunts has remained an enduring classic. The first two chapters of the book on the Mississippi Scheme and South Sea Bubble is required reading for students of finance at American universities. (This though didn’t stop them from creating the financial bubble in our own time. People never learn from history.)

To lovers of literature his daughter the novelist Marie Corelli may be better known, but in his 1852 edition, Mackay accurately described how fads begin: “Whole communities suddenly fix their minds on one object, and go mad in its pursuit; that millions of people become simultaneously impressed with one delusion, and run after it… We find one nation suddenly seized …with a fierce desire of military glory; another as suddenly becoming crazed upon a religious scruple; and neither of them recovering its senses until it has shed rivers of blood and sowed a harvest of groans and tears to be reaped by its posterity.”

Mackay’s main themes were the Crusades and the Witch Hunts of Europe, both of which were driven by Christian zeal. In our own time, secular ideology seems to have replaced religious zeal; but this has not prevented horrors from being inflicted on innocent people in the name of Communism, Fascism and the like by Mao, Stalin and Hitler. Frederick Nietzsche called such secular belief systems ‘barbaric brotherhoods’. Even the democratic America has had its mad period marked by Senator Joseph McCarthy and his Communist witch hunts. Present day history books don’t like to mention that his anti-Communist crusade had considerable public support, otherwise he wouldn’t have been able to intimidate U.S. presidents like Truman and Eisenhower to soft pedal their objections to his investigations.

Today, the ‘human rights’ fad has taken the place of Christian zeal and Stalinist and McCarthy witch hunts. We have self-appointed moralists of what Narendra Modi called ‘a few fringe NGOs with an axe to grind’ pursue human rights for power and profit. It is no coincidence that these supposedly secular human rights organizations are dominated by Christian and Evangelical outfits; they have the experience, resources and the influence. Their targets are invariably mild and tolerant regimes like India, never powerful and intolerant ones like China or Saudi Arabia that are likely to hit back. So what on surface may seem like a pursuit of humanistic goals is often driven by a lust for power and wealth with little risk to themselves.

It was no different with the Crusades. The Knights Templar who began as a heroic order in defense of Christianity were experts at extortion and fund raising, and became the first international bankers. It is no different today: individuals and organizations pursuing human rights agendas are first and foremost skilled at fund raising and influence peddling with private donors and government agencies. But no one working in the name of human rights likes to talk openly about money and power so they assume a self-righteous posture.

This is the reason that human rights activists are always speaking in high moral tones and never miss an opportunity to criticize people and organizations trying hard to maintain stability and balance in the real world. Their main goal is publicity through self-righteous posturing. American commentator Emmett Tyrrell called it moral exhibitionism. To become a human rights activist, it takes no accomplishments beyond striking moralistic poses and finding fault with others. A closer look at some of them shows them to be quite anti-humanist when it comes to their own lives and interests. A good many of them are little more than poseurs and publicity hounds. We can look at a few of them to see this truth.

The loudest ‘human rights’ person of our time, the most blatant publicity seeker is probably Arundhati Roy. Born in Shillong, Meghalaya,to a Keralite Syrian Christian mother, the women’s rights activist Mary Roy, and a Bengali tea planter, Arundhati (nee Margaret) Roy has consistently taken positions against the interests of the Indian state – all in the name of ‘human rights’. These include her support for the Kashmiri separatists and more recently the Naxalites. She raised questions even over the culprits who attacked the Parliament leading to the death of security personnel – all, yet again, in the name of human rights!

Until made financially stable by the fortuitous success of her novel The God of Small Things, she worked at various jobs, including running aerobics classes at some hotels in New Delhi. In other words, she was a struggling nonentity trying her hand at a hundred different odd jobs until she hit the jackpot with the Booker Prize. She is among those who think that receiving an award, any award from a Western, white country makes them morally superior to others. This allowed to turn herself from a struggling writer to a moral preacher to the world.

Her record before the Booker was undistinguished. As we just saw, she was a struggling writer (and at other odd jobs) trying to make ends meet, but turned herself into a moral authority because of the accident of the Booker Prize. In reality, there is no greater hypocrisy than a Booker Prize recipient posing as a champion of human rights. Here is a little history about that award that the public needs to know. It is far from edifying.

It was originally called the Booker-McConnell Prize after the company Booker-McConnell began sponsoring the event in 1968, and became commonly known as the “Booker Prize” or simply “the Booker”. Among other interests, it operated the sugar industry in Guyana (British Guiana before independence in 1966). Booker-McConnell had a long history of exploitation of sugar workers through the indentured labor system. At its peak it controlled 75% of the sugar industry in British Guiana and was so powerful that a common joke was to refer to the country as ‘Booker’s Guiana’. In 1952 Jock Campbell took over the Chairmanship of the company. After centuries of exploitation, Jock Campbell began to treat his workers as human beings providing basic benefits for sugar workers.

Shockingly, his company was involved in slave trade in a major way. It was John Campbell (Senior), Jock’s great-great-grandfather, ship owner and merchant of Glasgow, who, towards the end of the 18th Century, first established the fortunes of the Campbell family in the West Indies, through the slave trade. By the 1780s they were supplying the two most important British exports to the West Indies, herring and coarse linen goods. Among the principal beneficiaries of this booming trade were John Campbell (Senior) and Company, which supplied merchandise to the slave plantations along the coast of Guiana, then in Dutch hands.

It was in this role of supplier that the company first began to acquire plantations along the Essequibo Coast of Guiana, from planters facing bankruptcy. Jock Campbell (Junior) had the decency to admit that his ancestors had been de facto slave-owners. (They acquired slave plantations from bankrupt owners.) The younger Campbell himself abhorred slavery, and it was in fact the urge to make good the misdeeds of his family that was the catalyst for his own reformist ideals.

Where Campbell suffered from a deep sense of guilt, Arundhati Roy is too morally obtuse to see that as the recipient of an award instituted by a slave-trading company, she shouldn’t be talking about human rights. Hypocrisy is too weak a word for such a charlatan, but without such posturing she cannot get public attention, which is her lifeblood.

Arundhati Roy is not an isolated case. Girish Karnad, another Karnataka based ‘humanist’ mouthing Leftist causes was a Rhodes Scholar. Why should one be flattered by being given a scholarship instituted by Cecil Rhodes, a pathological racist who made a fortune in diamond mining in South Africa exploiting slave labor? (Until recently non-whites were forbidden from applying for the Rhodes scholarship.)

But such mismatch between image and behavior is not limited to fringe players like Girish Karnad and Arundhati Roy. Sonia Gandhi, probably the most powerful politician in India recently defiled the name of Mahatma Gandhi by accepting of the Order of Leopold instituted by Belgian royal family. The name Leopold, King of the Belgians is synonymous with the worst excesses of European exploitation of Africa. Leopold, the king whose name the award carries was a slave merchant who rivals Hitler as a mass murderer.

When the news of the award broke, much of the controversy was focused on the violation of Indian law by a high official (Sonia Gandhi)— accepting an award that requires swearing allegiance to a foreign power. That is a legal technicality that ignores the moral dimension. Her acceptance was a sordid and ignoble act that smacks of servility and utter callousness to human suffering. (For the record, though founded by Leopold I, it was appropriated by Leopold II in 1908 by integrating it with his own order of the Congo Free State, which was the victim of his atrocities, more of which later.)

The name `Congo Free State’ is one of the great ironies of history, for Belgian Congo under King Leopold was a massive slave colony that was ruthlessly exploited for its rubber and ivory. According to a BBC report by Mark Dummet (http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/hi/africa/3516965.stm):

“Of the Europeans who scrambled for control of Africa at the end of the 19th century, Belgium’s King Leopold II left arguably the largest and the most horrid legacy of all.” Leopold claimed he was taking over the Congo Free State to civilize the natives by bringing Christianity and Western capitalism to Africa. In the process “he turned his `Congo Free State’ into a massive [slave] labor camp, made a fortune for himself from the harvest of its wild rubber, and contributed in a large way to death of perhaps 10 million innocent people.” This beats Hitler’s record, and was achieved over a less popular area.

Leopold’s plan was to harvest as much natural rubber as possible from the forests before organized cultivation of rubber could break his monopoly. He was interested also in looting the ivory gathered by African tribes. His government created a force called Force Publique to terrorize and plunder the African natives into surrendering everything they possessed and provide also slave labor for harvesting wild rubber. Dummet quotes an eyewitness report:

“One officer['s] method. was to arrive in canoes at a village; the soldiers were then landed, and commenced looting, taking all the chickens, grain etc, out of the houses; after this they attacked the natives until able to seize their women; these women were kept as hostages until the chief of the district brought in the required number of kilograms of rubber. The rubber having been brought, the women were sold back to their owners for a couple of goats apiece, and so he continued from village to village until the requisite amount of rubber had been collected.”

Companies operating in the Congo used prison stockades to keep hostages. If the men in the village resisted the demands for rubber it meant the death of their wife, child or chief. The Force Publique supplied military might under contract and each company had its own mercenaries.

Adam Hochschild in his book King Leopold’s Ghost- A story of greed, terror and heroism in colonial Africa quotes the Governor of the Equatorial district of the Congo Free State when the demand for rubber became ferocious: “As soon as it was a question of rubber, I wrote to the government, `To gather rubber in the district. One must cut off hands, noses and ears’.” The victims were often teenagers or even younger who were `punished’ in this manner for not meeting the quotas assigned to them. (http://www.wwws.org/articles/1999/sep199..._prn.shtml ) Now King Leopold’s ghost must be smiling at Sonia and her Gandhi name.

Hochschild also notes: “During expeditions, Force Publique soldiers were instructed to bring back a hand or head for each bullet fired, to make sure that none had been wasted or hidden for use in rebellions. A soldier with the chilling title `keeper of hands’ accompanied each expedition.” Sometimes the soldiers saved bullets for their personal use like hunting by amputating the victims to meet their quota.

So if anyone deserved to be called maut ka sudagar—or merchant of death, it was Leopold, King of the Belgians. What does it make a person who accepts an award instituted by him? This needs to be mentioned because that was the expression she used to attack Narendra Modi after Godhra. Also, she has not been shy of posing as an upholder of human rights by giving the ‘Rajiv Gandhi Communal Harmony Award’ to her favorites like the Hindu-hater Teesta Setalvad.

If Sonia Gandhi, a European of humble origins, feels honored to be admitted to an order that carries the name of this mass murderer because he was a European prince it is her prerogative. But she should do so in her own capacity as Antonia Maino and not bring the name of Gandhi into it, linking the Mahatma and Leopold.

The main premise of these human rights pretenders—there is no other word for it—is that some recognition, deserved or not, and a self-righteous attitude makes them morally superior to the rest of humanity. They have to do no work at the grassroots level, needed to improve the lot of the less fortunate but only engage in rhetoric and self-righteous publicity stunts. Of course, they always choose their targets carefully, making sure that they don’t provoke real evil-doers like the Jihadis. What the Roys and the Karnads, not to say Sonia Gandhis want is public recognition as saints, not risk of martyrdom. Human rights itself, if we go by what we are seeing in its name, is just another barbaric brotherhood.

Columnist, Dr. NS Rajaram, is a distinguished historian with several laudable works on Indic studies to his credit.
[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/US-exposes-ISI-subversion-of-Kashmir-cause-FBI-arrests-US-based-lobbyist/articleshow/9289454.cms"]US exposes ISI subversion arrests US-based lobbyist of Kashmir cause; FBI [/url]
Quote:WASHINGTON: Federal authorities on Monday arrested a prominent US-based pro-Pakistan activist associated with the Kashmiri separatist movement, accusing him of funneling money from the Pakistani spy agency ISI to lobby US decision-makers.

In the process, the Obama administration's law enforcement brigade also blew open the Pakistan and its spy agency's two-decade long subversion of the so-called Kashmir cause.

The FBI swooped down on the Virginia residence of Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, a well-known representative of Kashmiri separatists in the US and detained him on charges of ''participating in a long-term conspiracy to act as agents of the Pakistani government in the United States without disclosing their affiliation with the Pakistani government as required by law.''

Or simply put, he served as a frontman for ISI's Kashmir agenda.

Another individual, Zaheer Ahmed, like Fai a US citizen, was also similarly charged, but he is at large and believed to be in Pakistan, according to US authorities.

Fai has been a familiar and prominent figure in Washington DC for nearly two decades, lobbying Kashmiri separatist cause as executive director of the Kashmiri-American Council (KAC) and dallying with senators and congressmen. US authorities now say the KAC was just an ISI front, funded by Pakistan's spy agency.

His linked with SAJA, India-unity..... what a big catch.

This Fai is also linked Admiral Ramdas and Arundhatti Roy and ofcourse Testa.
Dont forget the animal NGO's .Eco-fanatics prey on weak countries blocking their development and well being.
lot of emails I am receiving on this issue, here are some.
Quote:>I find this amazing. The Vigil book featured every unholy creep in the

country and in the US who were anti-India, anti-Hindu. These creatures

including Angana Chaterjee, Akhila Raman, Sandeep Pande, Nirmala

Deshpande, Admiral Ramdas, Harsh Mander have chapters dedicated to

them. Narayanan Komerath has written two chapters in the book with

Angana Chaterjee and Akhila Raman, their FOIL and FOSA as focus.

There is an entire chapter on AID, one on ActionAid and two on Sandeep

Pandey's ASHA. Visit www.vigilonline.com and read the book chapter by

chapter to understand why the human rights and political acitivism is

an industry - with money coming from abroad.

But the US and the UN have to explain tpo India why the USCIRF

invites these creatures and how and why Angana Chaterjee wss invited to

the UN to present her paper. Which is why I have maintained the US, the

UN, Pakistan, and Sonia Gandhi's UPA are all on the same page on J&K.
Quote:Me dearies, I am told that the Indian express has mentionerd by name the unholy who were wined and dined by Ghulam Nabi Fai. Kamal Mitra Chenoy , Padgaonkar and now Bidwai.. Let me put it this way m edearies, every anti-Hindu anti-nation creep who has been awarded magsaysays or other 'peace' prizes were hand-picked by Fai (read ISI, CIA, US State Dept), for paid tours to the US on J&K. The core theme of the Vigil book on NGOs is the anti-nation human rightswallahs, anti-nuclear, anti-RSS, anti-Hindu, and anti-nation bleeding-heart 'peaceniks' and their position on Kashmir, on the rising self-conscious Hindu political consciousness.

Those who accepted ISI's Fai's invitation to the US are also those who have been given Magsayssays, Sean Macbrides and other Peace Prizes, are those who were invited by the US State Dept to depose before them and also those who are featured prominently in the Vigil book on NGOs - Praful Bidwai, Kuldeep Nayyar, Kamal Mitra Chenoy among others.

I am waiting with bated breath to see how many padris were invited to speak too. My favorites are John Dayal, Cedric Prakash.

It gives me immense pleasure to say, "I told you so me dearies, I told you so". RR

Quote:Also named are Kuldip Nayar (a British agent from the very start, without doubt), his brother-in-law, the lowly worm, Rajinder Sachar (of the Sachar Jihad-promotion Committee fame, soon to be adopted by Namazi Mamata) and one Gautam Navlakha, whose mediocrity, stupidity and greed are only exceeded by his worship of sex fiend and the greatest mass murderer in history, Mao Ze Dung!

All of these individuals were recipients of infinite solicitude and largesse from the patriots of the NDA. I keep saying mass executions are a minimum requirement in contemporary India to cleanse it of all the filth that has festered courtesy Nehru and his firang descendants.

Instead we have treasonous morons cogitating on caste and others engaged in 'dialoguing'!
Quote:Me dearies, Gautam navalakha has also been named by Indian Express? My cup of joy is overflowing. Dear Gautam Navalakha is also in the Vigil book on NGOs and Activists. Sachar of the infamous Sachar Commission report? Me dearies , I told you so, I told you so.

Sonia Gandhi's UPA, Ghulam Nabi Fai, Pakistan's ISI and the US State Department - all on the same page on J&K. How else do you explain the UPA govt's Interlocutor group on J&K - Padgaonkar and Radha Kumar.

If the media is half as effective as the media in the UK, it will ask for the UPA's interlocutor groiup on Kashmir to be disbanded at once.

Bloody shame, bloody disgrace. RR

All are SOnia and Manmohan agents, his appointee.
Quote:Me dearies, this obnoxious Prof. not only trots on paid trips to the US to participate in seminars paid for and organized by the unholy, the man also deposed before an alien country on the gujarat riots.

Such is the poor opinion that Chenoy has in our country's democratic institutions that he ran speedily again on a paid tour to the US to depose in a special hearing of the USCIRF on the gujarat riots.

USCIRF Special Hearing on the Gujarat Riots

Monday, June 10, 2002, 9.12 AM

Room 1302 Longworth House Building washington DC



Felice Gaer, Chairman

Ted Stahnke, Acting Executive Director

Nina Shea, Commissioner

Firuz Kazemzadeh, Commissioner


Teesta Setalvad

Father Cedric Prakash

Panel 1:

Events on the ground in Gujarat

Najid Hussein, University of Delaware

Kamal Mitra Chenoy, JNU, New Delhi

Panel II:

The future of communal relations in India and the US policy response

Sumit Ganguly, University of Texas

Robert Hathaway, Woodrow Wilson International Center

If this not beinga traitor, a squealer, what is? Kamal Mitra Chenoy is an anti-nation so and so.

http://www.coalitionagainstgenocide.org/...script.pdf (Page 358, Appendix 7, NGOs Activists and Foreign Funds: Anti-Nation Industry, Second Edition)

The USCIRF is a pretentious bi-partisam American body. So why is a JNU prof, a Christian missionary and a loud-mouthed activist running to America snivelling about Gujarat? Dont they have any faith in national institutions? I, a Hindu nationalist have no faith in the judiciary eoither but I dont go snivelling to the US State Department or to the USCIRF to protect my temples.

So why is Kamal Mitra Chenoy deposing before an alien government about his country? RR
[url="http://www.indianexpress.com/news/fai-sponsorship-splits-j&k-panel-ansari-slams-padgaonkar/820798/"]Fai sponsorship splits J&K panel, Ansari slams Padgaonkar[/url]
Quote:The fact that Dileep Padgaonkar, one of the three Central interlocutors for J&K, attended an “international conference” organised by US-based Kashmiri separatist Ghulam Nabi Fai, arrested by the FBI for illegally lobbying for Pakistan and ISI, has not gone down well with another interlocutor, former CIC M M Ansari.

Reacting to The Indian Express report today that in 2005, Padgaonkar accepted Fai’s all-expense-paid offer to attend a conference on Kashmir in the US, Ansari said: “It is very strange and unfortunate. We need persons of impeccable integrity and character to resolve an issue as contentious as Kashmir. Was the Government of India aware about Dileep attending the conference organised by Fai before it appointed him?”

Ansari said that while he could not speak for Padgaonkar, if he had been in the same position, he would have “quit immediately”. Ansari said in Kashmir’s discourse, there was a general air of suspicion. Referring to Padgaonkar’s claim that he “had no idea” about Fai’s antecedents, Ansari wondered: “How can you attend a conference without knowing the credibility of the individuals and the institutions?”

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