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Mumbai : Buttermilk distributed at railway stations in on ‘Avataran’ Day of H. H. Asaramji Bapu Mumbai : Buttermilk distributed at railway stations in on ‘Avataran’ Day of H. H. Asaramji Bapu
April 24, 2014

On 20th April, on behalf of ‘Bharatiya Yuva Shakti’, buttermilk was distributed for free, on railway stations at Kaylan, Thane, Vikroli, Ghatkopar. Kurla, Gowandi, Malad, Goregaon, Borivali and Mira Road

Tamilnadu : HC refuses to appoint Natarajan temple officers Tamilnadu : HC refuses to appoint Natarajan temple officers
April 23, 2014

The full import of the Supreme Court judgment in the Chidambaram Natarajan Temple case dawned on the Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday, when the Madras high court followed the verdict and ruled that it cannot appoint executive officers

DNA special : Jolly canal killings triggered the Muzaffarnagar riots DNA special : Jolly canal killings triggered the Muzaffarnagar riots
April 21, 2014

Baliyan, 24, was among a group of 2,000 villagers returning home after attending the Mahapanchayat hosted by several Jat communities of western Uttar Pradesh in nearby Kawal village, when they were ambushed by a mob

How Pakistan hid Laden from the U.S. and fueled the war in Afghanistan How Pakistan hid Laden from the U.S. and fueled the war in Afghanistan
April 16, 2014

Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Carlotta Gall, who spent more than a decade covering Afghanistan since 2001, concludes just that in her new book, “The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014.”

'Sonia weakened Manmohan Singh, created parallel power structure' 'Sonia weakened Manmohan Singh, created parallel power structure'
April 13, 2014

In a book that has sent ripples across the political establishment for its timing, Sanjaya Baru, media adviser to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his first term

AAP unveils Mumbai manifesto, vows to decriminalise gay sex AAP unveils Mumbai manifesto, vows to decriminalise gay sex
April 12, 2014

Decriminalisation of gay sex by repealing section 377 of IPC, bringing more women officers in police force and "zero tolerance" towards crimes against women are some of the promises made by AAP.

The Anti-Secular Nature of Article 30 The Anti-Secular Nature of Article 30
April 9, 2014

Swami Vivekananda once said: “Education is the manifestation of perfection already existing in man.” Swamiji traveled the length and breadth of India to awaken the innate thirst for education that extended across social boundaries.

Sonia asks Shahi Imam to ensure ‘secular votes’ don’t split Sonia asks Shahi Imam to ensure ‘secular votes’ don’t split
April 4, 2014

Playing the Congress’s most trusted card of communalism, party chief Sonia Gandhi made special appeal to Muslims to vote in a way to prevent split of so called secular votes.

China’s defence innovation miles ahead of India China’s defence innovation miles ahead of India
March 31, 2014

India has certainly a lot to learn from China in terms of ‘dreaming’. Does Delhi realise that the real objective behind the Chinese Dream which is to make of China a dominant, self-reliant superpower.

Tough life of Afghan Sikhs – Neglected by Sikh Community Tough life of Afghan Sikhs – Neglected by Sikh Community
March 31, 2014

A young adventurous Afghan Sikh, Pritpal Singh, who had left Afghanistan 2 decades ago, set out from the UK to document the suffering of fellow Afghan Sikhs and Hindus communities in Afghanistan.

Khaas aadmis prop up the Aam Aadmi Party Khaas aadmis prop up the Aam Aadmi Party
March 31, 2014

Since 2002, the Ford Foundation has poured millions into Indian NGOs controlled by Arvind Kejriwal. As the AAP leader has indulged in coloured revolution-style antics in the country, his godfathers must be uncovered

SP leaders engaging bar girls to woo voters in Meerut SP leaders engaging bar girls to woo voters in Meerut
March 27, 2014

In an embarrassment to the ruling Samajwadi Party Government in Uttar Pradesh, party’s Meerut unit is engaging bar girls in its election campaigning to attract the public in Bddha village of Meerut district.

HJS effect : BCCI renders apology for distorting India’s map HJS effect : BCCI renders apology for distorting India’s map
March 27, 2014

Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) had engraved distorted map of India on ‘Border- Gavaskar Cup’ in March 2013 wherein part of Jammu- Kashmir and Andaman- Nicobar islands were omitted from the map

Surat : Startling revelation by devotee Bholanand who had accused H. H. Asaramji Bapu ! Surat : Startling revelation by devotee Bholanand who had accused H. H. Asaramji Bapu !
March 26, 2014

How anti-Hindus and Hindu-hating channels hatched conspiracy to implicate Pujyapaad Sant-Shri.Asaramji Bapu under false charges’ has been exposed by his ‘sevak’ Bholanand

Communal Clashes soar in West Bengal to victimize Hindus Communal Clashes soar in West Bengal to victimize Hindus
March 20, 2014

Communal clashes have jumped in rural Bengal, police records show. Such incidents, annually between 12 and 40 for five years until 2012, peaked at 106 last year. Government officials fear that in an election year, the growing conflict could lead to polarisation of the electorate.

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