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Saturday, July 20, 2013


Shahrukh Khan's Surrogate Son - AbRam

AbRam is a combination of Abdullah and Ram.Abdullah is considered to be the best muslim name and Ram is the most sacred hindu name.Shahrukh is afraid of the opposition from muslim and hindu fundamentalist and is not giving the exact meaning.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Kamalnath - The real culprit in Congress

When you will google search Kamal Nath anti sikh riots,you will get 379,000 results.
Kamal Nath Dow Chemicals in google search will give 7010 results.
Kamal Naths involvement in anti sikh riots and also saving DOW Chemicals puts question mark on his presence in Manmohan Singh Ministry ?
Why congress is saving Kamalnath ?
Kamalnath is one of the key accused in Anti Sikh Riots of 1984.
Kamalnath is one of the persons trying to save DOW Chemicals the culprit behind the Bhopal Gas tragedy.
He should go like sajjan kumar and Jagdish Tytler.
To be continued :

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Sunday, February 07, 2010


The New Congress

Two people in congress are slowly doing what Mahatma Gandhi always dreamt of.Manmohan Singh and Rahul Gandhi are clean politicians and they are trying to make congress a corruption less party.
After 5 years if Rahul Gandhi is given a free hand congress will be a totally different party.Strange? No this is happening as Rahul is prmoting people with clean records.He is surrounded by people who do not belong the old bunch of corrupt politicians.Meenakshi Natrajan first time MP from Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh,C P Joshi of Rajasthan.His team comprises of non corrupt people.

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Saturday, May 31, 2008


The religion of Islam has come to wipe out all kinds of terrorism

In a landmark move, leading Islamic seminary Darul Uloom on Saturday issued a fatwa denouncing terrorism and declaring it as "most inhuman crime".
"In its (Islam) eyes, on any part over the surface of the earth spreading mischief, rioting, breach of peace, bloodshed, killing of innocent persons and plundering are the most inhuman crimes," read the fatwa, issued at an Anti-Terrorism Conference in New Delhi, which was endorsed by several organisations of all religions.
The conference, organised by Jamiat-Ulma-I-Hind, was attended by clerics, scholars and religious leaders of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs and over 70,000 people from across the country participated in it.
Reading out the fatwa, Deoband's cleric Riyasat Ali Bijnouri, quoted Holy Koran as saying: "Do not mischief on the earth after it has been set in order."
"Islam loves peace. Islam rejects all kinds of unjust violence... and does not allow it in any form," the fatwa said.
The fatwa further read: "The religion of Islam has come to wipe out all kinds of terrorism and to spread the message of global peace."
The conference, however, expressed deep concern and agony on the present global condition in which most of the nations are adopting an adverse attitude towards Muslims.
"It is a matter of greater concern that the internal and external policies of a country are getting heavily influenced by these forces," MP and Jamiat leader Maulana Mahmood Asad Madani said. The gathering also condemned attempts to implicate Muslim.

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Monday, May 05, 2008


The cost of Iraq war to USA

Recently i was reading the latest issue of tehelka magzine,which has an article relating to US invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan and its cost to the people of USA.
The facts are painful and shows the foolishness of Bush administartion :
More than 4,000 US troops have been killed in Iraq.Some 7300 in Afghanistan.
More than 58,000 US wounded,injured or taken ill.
Approximately 100,000 US soldiers returned home suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The economic cost of the war to the US taxpayers :
US spends about $ 16 billion per month only on the operational costs in Iraq and Afghanistan.
This does not include the yearly budget of $500 billion of the Department of Defence.
The total cost of this invasion can go up to $ 3 trillion.
This does not include the loss of poor iraqi and afhgani civilians.
Is it justified in the name of weapons of mass destruction or to dislodge Saddam Hussein or to catch saddam hussein ?
what is this,Americans have to decide .

Sunday, April 27, 2008


Rahul Gandhi's Adventure Trips

The Recent visits by Rahul Gandhi to the tribal belts of Chattisgarh and MP are getting first page coverage.What is going to be the impact of these visits and what benefit this will have on the congress party is to be seen.
What congress lacks today is leaders with accountability.Rahul Gandhi should choose his team of young leaders taking feedback from these visits.


Thursday, December 27, 2007


Benazir Bhutto - A Brave Lady

Benazir Bhutto was born on June 21, 1953, into a wealthy landowning family. Her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, founded the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and was president and later prime minister of Pakistan from 1971 to 1977.

After gaining degrees in politics at Harvard and Oxford universities, she returned to Pakistan in 1977, just before the military seized power from her father. She inherited the leadership of the PPP after her father's execution in 1979 under military ruler General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq.

First voted in as prime minister in 1988, Bhutto was sacked by the then-president on corruption charges in 1990. She took power again in 1993 after her successor, Nawaz Sharif, was forced to resign after a row with the president. Bhutto was no more successful in her second spell as prime minister, and Sharif was back in power by 1996.

In 1999, both Bhutto and her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, were sentenced to five years in jail and fined $8.6 million on charges of taking kickbacks from a Swiss company hired to fight customs fraud. A higher court later overturned the conviction as biased. Bhutto, who had made her husband investment minister during her period in office from 1993 to 1996, was abroad at the time of her conviction and chose not to return to Pakistan.

Geneva lawyers for Bhutto said last month they had lodged an appeal in a Swiss inquiry into alleged money laundering by Bhutto and her husband. The motion filed with Geneva's criminal appeals court could lead to hearings in the long-running case, but not before early 2008.
In 2006 she joined an Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy with her arch-rival Sharif, but the two disagreed over strategy for dealing with military president Pervez Musharraf. Bhutto decided it was better to negotiate with Musharraf, while Sharif refused to have any dealings with the general.

Bhutto returned to Pakistan in October 2007 from eight years of self-imposed exile after Musharraf, with whom she had been negotiating over Pakistan's transition to civilian-led democracy, granted her protection from prosecution in old corruption cases.
On her return, as she was driving through Karachi, a suicide bomber struck killing 139 supporters and members of her security team.
On December 26, Bhutto vowed to fight for workers' rights as she took her campaign for January general elections to an industrial belt near the capital.

She Died on 27th December at rawalpindi,in a terrorist attack.

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