Due to the public interest litigation (or PIL), the Supreme Court hears and gets involved with so many issues even though it has an overflowing case load. In this case, these Rohingya Muslim, who claim to be stateless are originally from the Bangladesh-Burma border. So with Burma and Bangladesh as neighbors, why are we in India (a 3rd country) have to host them and let them stay. It is alleged that several among them engaged in violence. With 30%+ population in poverty, and with so many issues we are faced with, do we need to absorb and give shelter to another 40,000 Muslim refugees today and possibly lakhs in the future who could be sympathizers of terrorism. The answer ought to be Absolutely Not!
Source: Times of India
- 2 Oct 2017
As is so common for BBC and most of the western press, they are deeply unhappy about a brave Indian Army Officer using a Stone Throwing Terrorist as a human shied to protect a Kashmir Police Officer and polling officer. REMEMBER THIS ON THE SPOT DECISION RESULTED IN LIVES BEING SAVED, WHICH OF COURSE DOES NOT SEEM TO CONCERN BBC. They make the usual claims about low voting (not relevant here as terrorists and the separatists are working hand in hand with Pakistan), Amnesty International (a die-hard anti-India organization for decades), public opinion in tiny Britain or anywhere in the world. BBC as usual comes up with their views, made up opinions to harrass our Army and its soldiers. SORRY BBC, YOU ARE ALLOWED YOUR FREE SPEECH, BUT NOBODY CARES OR LISTENS TO YOU…
- 4 Jun 2017
To encourage and speed up adoptions from orphanages, the Central Govt after much deliberations with the public at large over many months, issued new rules allow couples or singles to adopt children. This was done as a way to help the children and the would be parents at large. The Missionaries of Charity, the name for the Mother Teresa charity, object to the new secular and liberal views which they feel contract their own Christian beliefs. Their beliefs are for them. But what has that got to do with the children – why does this NGO not want to act in the best interests of the children? Are the children being asked to follow rigid christian beliefs even though the vast majority never were Christians?
- 22 Oct 2015
PM in response to Mark Zuckerberg question broke into tears talking about his mother and how she used to clean utensils and fill water in other people’s houses to support the large family. But in India, Congress didn’t waste a moment to do a press conference to dismiss that. One even said: “Crocodile tears ! He is an actor. A bad actor. A megalomaniac. And such a national shame and embarrassment.” Regarding our media – pretty bad – they were talking about these Human emotion of PM rather than the takeaway of his US trip as a whole.
- 5 Oct 2015
Rahul is aiming to become Prime Minister only by 2024 and not 2019. So he is meeting “sensitive and secretive” meetings while in the US, many with anti-Modi groups. “Rahul Gandhi’s plan is to ensure that reforms essential to better performance get delayed till the 2017 UP elections are over”, so that the BJP does not reap the electoral dividend of such measures in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, which remain the primary focus of the Congress vice-president. So are any other worse things planned … ?
Source: Sunday Guardian
- 29 Sep 2015
MEAT BAN ISSUE: MEDIA WORRIED ABOUT MEAT, GOVT ABOUT ROTI & CHAWAL …
How true – Maharashtra CM says, “people like you (the media, Rajdeep Sardesai) get disturbed by an imaginary situation that there won’t be a piece of meat in your platter for two days when my annadata is taking extreme steps (committing suicides) because he has no food to eat.
- 23 Sep 2015
For second year, monsoons has been below average and it is hurting our farmers. Since ancient times, as noted in the Rigveda and Arthshastra, thousands of years ago, our dependency on the monsoon has great reference. Fortunately for India, with faster economic growth, better inflation management and lower commodity prices, monsoon has less impact on our economy.
- 23 Sep 2015
Roopa Ganguly, who played Draupadi in the blockbuster television series Mahabharata in the late 1980s is the new face of BJP in Bengal, and serves as a strong rival to the Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee. She showed that she is no pushover when earlier this year, she stood her ground against TMC’s workers physical and verbal abuse during a campaign. Roopa who never thought politics, comes from a well do family of doctors and surgeons in the family, and her interests are shooting, horse back riding and driving.
- 21 Sep 2015