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Friday, February 27, 2009

Interesting articles of the day 2/27/2009

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Following are interesting articles of the day (February 27, 2009) which affect Hindus and their rights directly or indirectly. Also, some general articles. All the articles with my views on some of them.
  1. Communal tension in Rourkela: Hundreds of Christist fascists attack, 11 arrested

  2. Rs 5cr idol recovered from antique smugglers: Noida police

    Hang the b*st*rds who sell their soul to sell national heritage. If only the government cared about protecting these and displaying these in big national museums. Too bad it is too ashamed of country's rich Vedic Hindu heritage, can't expect it to protect it.

  3. I'll teach UPA how to respond to Pakistan: Narendra Modi

    • Pakistan must be taught a lesson in a way it understands: Narendra Modi
      "Unless you reply to Pakistan in the language it understands, terrorism will not be wiped out from this country and the UPA is incapable of doing this," he said addressing a public meeting in Pimpalgaon near Nashik on Wednesday.

      Modi said 26/11 happened because of the UPA's "ineffectiveness". The government compromised on national security because of their vote bank politics, he added.

      He said, "26/11 was a war on India, but our government sends letters to Pakistan and Pakistan has the audacity to respond with 30 questions."

      "Give me those questions and I will teach the government how to respond," he said.

      "They take somebody else's name. Have you seen such a situation where the PM of the country is not accepted as the leader by his own party. How can he run the country?" he asked.

    • I'll teach UPA how to respond to Pak queries: Modi

    Modi is the MAN!

  4. Raul Vinci aka Rahul Gandhi's Geography Skills. This is a must watch guys. No wonder he dropped out of college thrice and failed Hindi exam!

  5. Local hand in Mumbai terrorist attack: Two Indian radical Muslims involved

    • Mumbai attacks: Two Indians played 'key role'
      The 26/11 Terror attacks would not have been possible without the inputs and assistance provided by the two Indian accused, Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin, according to the chargesheet filed in the case.

      Faheem and Sabauddin have been arrested for conducting recce of the city prior to the November 26 attacks and giving information, including maps, to the operatives of Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

      The two were first arrested by Uttar Pradesh Police for a terror attack on a CRPF camp in January 2008.

      The 11,280 page-chargesheet was filed by Mumbai Police in a Mumbai court on Wednesday.

      According to the document, Faheem conducted detailed reconnaissance of the targeted locations and submitted information and maps to Sabauddin, ‘a very important’ functionary of the LeT in India.

      Sabauddin, in turn, got in touch with LeT commanders and wanted accused in the case, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and Abu Kaahfa and passed on the information, it said.

      "During the last phase of training of the ten terrorists in Pakistan, Kaahfa had shown them the maps of the locations. On being questioned about the authenticity and accuracy of the maps, Kaahfa informed them that the maps had been meticulously prepared by Faheem and Sabauddin," the bulky chargesheet said.
      So Mr. Modi was correct and Mr. Chidambaram was wrong. Looks like Mr. Modi knows Mr. Chidambaram's job much better than the latter. It's not a good news for Bharatvaasi that they have another Home Minister in helm who is not in touch with the stark reality of country's security. So much so that even when someone tries to help and suggest an "angle" that should be investigated that he replies back in his parroted arrogant and condescending attitude only to reject any idea. But to his dismay it is the truth no matter how much he denies it. Somebody please remind him country's Vedic motto ॥सत्यमेव जयते नानृतं॥ (Truth Alone Triumphs, not falsehood) from Mundak Upanishad 3.1.6 because he wouldn't want to hurt his pseudo-secular credentials by picking up a Vedic (Hindu) scripture once in a while.

    • Two Indians played key role in 26/11 attacks: Chargesheet

  6. Video: New CCTV footage of 26/11 terrorists

  7. no, no, no, these are not taliban; just high-jinks by "boys"

  8. 26/11 chargesheet filed; 35 of 38 accused at large
    Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam on Tuesday submitted an 11,200-page chargesheet against 38 people — 35 of them yet to be apprehended — for the 26/11 carnage. The three who are in police custody include the lone Pakistani terrorist caught alive, Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, and Indians Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ansari.

    Kasab wasn’t brought to court because of security concerns. Described as an LeT operative responsible for the conspiracy and the attack on Mumbai, he was charged under nine different laws, including waging war on the Government of India under IPC. The other charges are under the Foreigners’ Act, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the Railways Protection Act, the Explosives Act, the Explosive Substances Act, the Arms Act, the Bombay Police Act and the Customs Act.

    The 38 wanted accused inlcude LeT terrorists, like Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, Yousuf Muzzamil, Zarar Shah, Abu Cama and Kafa. But there are many faceless persons named only by codes and aliases, like Buzurg, Bara, Aka and Babar. Investigators came across some of the names while listening to the intercepts of the conversation between the 10 Pakistani terrorists and their handlers in Pakistan. But the chargesheet does not mention either Pakistani intelligence agency ISI or the army directly (though some of the names are of Pakistani army officers).

    The chargesheet was brought to court bundled in a clean white cloth.
    These damn terrorists brutally murdered over 180 innocent citizens and foreigners and we are told that the chargesheet was brought to court in White cloth. Who the f**k cares! Unless you are trying to say that Christians had hand in this terrorist attack, taking forward media's communal theory of associating such acts with color of a religion. 9/11 commission didn't leave anything unturned to find who all, American or not, were involved, directly or indirectly, even if they were reckless in their duty because of which that heinous incident happened but the Indian government is so scared of loosing it's votes that it can't even say that two (or more) traitor Indians had hand in the heinous terrorist act on 26/11 as proved by this chargesheet. Hence, forget about running a case of criminal negligence against the former Home Minister and other security agencies for failing the nation which caused loss of so many lives.

  9. 26/11 info reached conspirators through Nepal: Chargesheet
    Documents consisting details and maps of targets prepared by alleged LeT operative Fahim Ansari reached conspirators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack via Nepal, said the chargesheet filed by Mumbai police.

    "The accused Fahim Ansari after reconnaissance and preparation of detailed maps of the target locations, handed over the same to arrested co-accused Sabauddin Ahmed at Kathmandu in Nepal sometime in January 2008," said the chargesheet, which was filed on Wednesday.

    The voluminous 11,280-page chargesheet mentions in all 47 names including nine dead terrorists and two Indian nationals Fahim Ansari and Sabahuddin Ahmed.

    Fahim and Sabauddin had been arrested in January last year by Uttar Pradesh Police in connection with the CRPF camp attacks there.
    So it is turning out to be a Pan-South Asian conspiracy against Bharat. Unfortunately it looks like that it's only going to get harder to control the menace of terrorism but sleeping government with kids-glove approach is only making it worse.

  10. City govt to blame for BRT mess: CAG
    In a stinging indictment of the Delhi government over its pet Bus Rapid Transit corridor, the Comptroller and Auditor General has said that a good concept had been turned into a traffic nightmare because of the government's haste to get the project started without proper studies, ignoring the objections of various agencies.

    ``The government in its hurry to implement this project brushed aside concerns, as a result of which a sound concept got unpopular because of the traffic congestion it brought about,'' says CAG's audit report for the financial year 2007-08.

    The report adds that the decision to change the bus lane from the right side of the road to the left, midway through the project shows, ``serious deficiencies in planning and design''.

    CAG talks at great length about the reduction of road space for cars, a point highlighted by TOI in a series of reports on the issue. The report says: ``It could be seen that BRT corridor would make the existing road much smaller for all kinds of vehicles other than buses. No study was carried out regarding the congestion problem that such restricted space would entail. In fact, the planning department as well as the Delhi Traffic Police had raised their concern on this issue...''

    CAG also picks other faults with the project, pointing to overspending on concrete roads and the appointment of two consultants ^ RITES and DIMTS ^ for the same work.

    RITES as the project management consultant was paid Rs 6 crore and DIMTS as the supervision consultant was paid Rs 1.5 crore even though their functions were ``overlapping''. The report also says that excess funds ranging from Rs 10 crore to 90 crore lay with the Delhi Integrated Multimodal Transport System (DIMTS) for periods ranging from seven days to seven months in excess of the requirement.

    ``The government spent Rs 4.29 crore excess in constructing the first 3 km and then abandoned the concrete construction. Even after the bus corridor was switched to bitumen, the pavements and cycle tracks continue to be concrete, the reason for which is beyond our comprehension,'' said Rajvir Singh, accountant general (audit), Delhi.

    The government also drew flak for assigning the project to the transport department ``who had no expertise'' in the field when BRT's ``construction and maintenance should have legitimately been allocated to the PWD''.

    It also quotes the traffic police saying one-third of available road space was being given to 2.5% of the vehicles in the project.
    This is what happens when unimaginative, unoriginal and most importantly unproductive Ministers go on a foreign vacation at the cost of tax payers money, bring back foreign land's ideas and try to apply it as it is but its catty whompus. It's like fitting an elephant in the house of a kuala bear. Like an adamant kid they don't want to listen to any sane voices and in their case negligently ignore reports from various departments. Result, Billions of tax payers money goes down the drain. BRT is the best example of everything that is wrong with current political rulers in Bharat. Present ruler thinks the sun come up just to hear him crow. They want to bring New York in New Delhi at the cost of Nayi Dilli by demolishing Indraprasth. But it ain't gonna work and will only make it worse.

    Too bad for other states because to have more than one awesome, innovative, proactive, strong and Dharmic administrator like Narendra Modi is rarer than hen's teeth. Delhi people should have known better before re-electing Shiela Dikshit again, now the state is in Deep Shit.

  11. Karnataka Chief Minister Dr. B.S. Yeddyurappa sets an example of modesty

  12. Few MPs in House in last day of 14th Lok Sabha
    It was curtains for the 14th Lok Sabha on Thursday which will go down in history as a House full of unprecedented acrimony, controversies and dubious distinctions like cash-for-vote scam and disqualification of 11 members.

    The Lok Sabha was adjourned sine die by Speaker Somnath Chatterjee who recorded his dismay at the huge 24 per cent of time lost due to disruptions and "politics of intense confrontation".

    The House enacted 258 legislations, including the landmark ones like Right to Information, National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, Protection for Women from Domestic Violence Act, Disaster Management Act and National Investigation Agency Act.

    At the same time, the 14th Lok Sabha witnessed the unprecedented lows like display of wads of currency notes during the Confidence Vote in July last year, with three BJP members alleging that they were offered money to save the Manmohan Singh government.

    The 14th Lok Sabha also witnessed 11 members being disqualified for various acts of misconduct, including corruption. Some other members were disqualified under anti-defection law for cross-voting.
    Oooooh, the house enacted landmark legislations, let's have a look:

    Right to Information: Nice step but only on books. Moment after it's enactment Congress led UPA government handicapped it by appointing bureaucrats as CIC, PMO cut it's wings by removing important parts of it for eg. by withdrawing ability to reveal all important file notings, denying the information by hiding behind the official's secrets act and most recently by refusing to reveal any information by Judges, PMO, Ministers and bureaucrats.

    National Rural Employment Guarantee Act: Zealously marketed as Antonia Maino aka Sonia Gandhi's pet project (mind you not Prime Minister but Super PM), this is just another farce Band Aid act to fool the innocent poor farmers et al. It's an act with most under used funds and ironically it's best implemented in non-Congress non-Left BJP ruled states.

    Protection for Women from Domestic Violence Act: Bombastic, Female chauvinist and selective claimer of "Talibanization is happening" Ms. Renuka Chaudhury of Congress brought this one-sided not-so-men-friendly-due-to-loop-holes act which did nothing but to legitimize another one of blindly copied immoral western concept of "live-in" relationships. In addition to create more complex societies because now a person has to pay maintenance to any woman who claims it by accusing domestic violence, in other words living a polygamist life despite being a single, this may cause an increase in the false cases which will waste all important judiciary time and taxpayers money. It's funny that so much was the side effect of this act, most probably coincidentally, that Yash Raj Films and Karan Johar have been only coming out with movies on the topic of live-in relationships (like Salam Namaste) and infidelity (some K movie.. Kabhi Alvida something I guess).

    Disaster Management Act: Oh, how well Bharat managed disasters like floods in Bihar, Islamic terrorist attack in Mumbai on 26/11 when NSG took more than 14 hours to reach the ground zero and some of the Indian media possibly compromised the operation due to their unethical journalistic practices or recently during false hijack by a deranged man when officials had no idea what to do with the isolated plane and it took more than 2 hours to open the door and passengers were talking to media through relatives.

    National Investigation Agency Act: Here we come to the NIAaaaa (yawning) agency. You may not be concerned but bring us (Congress led UPA with Left support) to power and we will remove POTA, not build infrastructure, not build schools, not build colleges, not stop taxing any Mandirs, not stop breaking Ancient Hindu heritages, not build an indigenous weapons system with strong armed forces but bring us to power and we will remove POTA. What was the f**cking point of removing POTA when you had to create this half-baked bureaucratic agency half-heartedly not immuned from political influence. Why did this derelict government waited for over 42 major terrorist and naxal attacks to happen only to bring this handicapped version of act back without any proper Parliament scrutiny? Why was the fashionable Shivraj Patil, the worst Home Minister who was busy changing his clothes not sacked earlier? Why is he not being tried for criminal negligence when there was credible information about the recent Islamic terrorist attacks in Mumbai as back as one year before the unfortunate day?

    The report may have conveniently forgotten but we have not forgotten this following bill:

    Office of Profit Bill: A tight slap on the face of constitution's founding fathers and the people of the so-called republic when the whole constitution is modified just to save and for the profit of one person who was married in the dynasty which conveniently happens to have the same last name as one of the freedom fighter of Bharat. The shameful bill has the word profit in it and it is nothing but black spot on the Khichdi constitution of Bharat. Unfortunately the meaning of Republic stands changed from "of the people by the people for the people that is not led by a hereditary monarch" to "of a person by a person for the person led by a particular dynastic monarchy in disguise of democracy".

    TOI you are right. These are landmark legislations. They serve as exemplary example of what not to do for future generation of Bharat, if they happen to be Hindu and nationalist that is, and they will laugh over dinner of what fool their ancestors were to not learn from their ancestor Dhritrashtr's mistakes.

  13. Army opposes Omar's plans to revoke AFSPA: Report
    Terming Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's statement hinting at revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act in the
    state as "regressive", Army has opposed any such move, TV reports say.

    According to Times Now, Army sources have said that any move to revoke AFSPA by the chief minister in J&K would be detrimental to the security of the Valley and would provide a boost to the terrorists.
    What do you expect after one of the most communal speech ever on the floor of the parliament by Omar where he openly claimed he puts his religion before the nation? Jerk!

  14. Water shortage in south, west Delhi

    Even after 61 years of so-called Independence the capital faces water shortage, good luck villages getting fresh water when this is happening in the capital. If the government wasn't busy wasting Billions on farce BRT project.

  15. Hyderabad court asks police to book MP
    A city court on Thursday directed the police to register a case against Congress leader and MP Madhu Yashki Goud and his family members for allegedly using forged documents to go to the US.

    The magistrate directed Hyderabad police commissioner B. Prasada Rao to probe allegations that the MP had gone to the US on forged documents and also sent his family members in a similar way.

    The order came on a complaint filed by Congress leader Gone Prakash Rao, who alleged that Goud had two passports and that he forged documents including educational certificates.

    Prakash Rao hailed the court order. He said he approached the court after the police commissioner did not act on his request to verify the certificates of the MP and his family members, as they got their US visas on fake educational certificates.

    Goud, who is secretary of All India Congress Committee, represents Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency.

    Prakash Rao, former chairman of state-owned Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC), claimed that Goud obtained a second passport with slight change in surname after his visa application was rejected by the US consulate.

    He also alleged that Goud sent his two brothers, a sister and a brother-in-law to the US on fake educational certificates and they later got green cards.

    Goud, an Indian American who was elected to the Lok Sabha in 2004, has denied the allegations.
    What in h*ll is this?! If he is an Indian American then how can he contest elections in India? How reckless is Congress party to give tickets to non-citizens like Moni Kumar Subba, Congress MP from Tezpur, Assam who is a Nepalese citizen that too a wanted criminal and also this American citizen to run for Lok Sabha election? What is Election Commission doing? Do they not do any background checks at all?

  16. Police bust syringe racket in hepatitis probe: Report
    The alleged mastermind of the racket -- Saijuddin, who goes by one name -- collected the used syringes from private clinics and hospitals and resold them, said the report.

    At least 48 people have died in a hepatitis B outbreak in the town of Modasa in western Gujarat state, and another 154 people have been infected.

    Hepatitis B is a virus that is spread through blood and bodily fluids.

    PTI reported that the state government had immunised 70,000 people in Modasa and surrounding rural areas and launched a campaign to encourage the use of disposable syringes in hospitals and medical facilities.

  17. A 'Great' Congress MP from Nepal! By V. Sundaram

  18. Satyam scam rocks Lok Sabha; Left, NDA stage walkout

  19. US lines up billions for Pak, ignoring terror links

    US will in it's justified right do what it got to do for the protection of it's own interests but too bad Government of Bharat doesn't know what else to do other than passing the buck to international community, a Nehruvian hangover, or piggyback on US/Russia/UK. Ain't gonna work all the time. Wake up Kumbhkaran!

  20. Security to Delhiites 'inadequate': Parliamentary Panel
    The Standing Committee on Home Affairs in its report said the actual security cover to the people of Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) ahead of the Games "appears to be inadequate, particularly in the light of the recent serial bomb blasts and more recently the Mumbai terror attacks".

    "It hardly needs to be emphasised that it is the foremost duty of the government to ensure safety and security of its citizens," the panel, headed by Sushma Swaraj, said in its report presented to both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

    It recommended that the Union Home Ministry must undertake a "comprehensive review" of the security capability of the Delhi Police and provide the force with required personnel, weapons and training so that the life and liberty of the residents of Delhi could be secured.

    "The Committee also desires that the Metro stations in Delhi need to be provided full security and no stone should be left unturned," it said.
    If they could spare some money from the Rs 180 crore that they spend on each of themselves per year including everyone in Gandhi-Maino family and increase the Rs 158 total that they spend on One billion Indians, may be Bharat would be a little more safe place.

  21. Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray hospitalised

  22. 20000 Bharatvaasi return home unemployed, add this to the 1 crore who have lost job but government is in denial about the slowdown

  23. Bobby Jindal, What a Dork!

  24. 2 Major-Generals face corruption charges

  25. Confessions of Indian Mujahideen terrorist revealed on camera the modus operandi of Delhi blasts on October 25, 2005, and Mumbai blasts on July 11, 2006. What happened CNN-IBN we don't see you using terms like "Islamic Terror under probe" or 786 Koranic terror in this case like you denigrated holy symbol OM and coined mythical derogatory term "Hindu terror"? Why? Why the bias?

    Caution: Following video contains news report from a known Anti-Hindu biased news channel, viewer discretion is advised.

  26. Scams and controversies marked 14th Lok Sabha

    Caution: Following video contains news report from a known Anti-Hindu biased news channel with pro-ruling party bias, viewer discretion is advised.

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