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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2012 23:10 
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There are reports that Italian clergy is visiting Kerala to negotiate the release of Italian marines. They are meeting Latin Catholic Church (the Catholic Church division for fishermen caste) and also met victims' families.


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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2012 23:18 
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There are reports that Italian clergy is visiting Kerala to negotiate the release of Italian marines. They are meeting Latin Catholic Church (the Catholic Church division for fishermen caste) and also met victims' families.


They have probably got their hopes up after naveen patnaik caved in. :evil:


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UP govt to bring bill for revoking false cases against Muslims

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_up ... ms_1671610
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The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to bring in a bill to revoke cases lodged against "innocent" Muslim youths for their alleged involvement in terror activities and provide them suitable compensation.

"Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has decided to bring in a bill to revoke cases lodged against innocent Muslim youths in the name of their involvement in terrorist activities and also to give them compensation for their arrest," Samajwadi Party spokesperson Rajendra Chowdhury said.

The chief minister has also decided to bring bills for implementation of recommendations of Ranganath Mishra and Rajinder Sachar Committees and for constituting trusts of Muslims religious institutions, he said.

Chowdhury said that the SP government would also remove encroachments on Waqf properties.


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2012 10:16 
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Sometimes, I feel this country is still a colony with the dirty work being done by Gunga Dins.


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I wonder how many Muslim votes there are in UP. That's probably why he is doing it. All the leaders have to take care of their constituency members.


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UP govt to bring bill for revoking false cases against Muslims

I am just wondering how can they form such laws specifically based to be beneficial for one religion/community?
1. Wont it be against the constitution as this law is only to revoke false cases lodged against members from a specific religion?
2. So is it that false cases can be lodged against members from other religions and they get no immunity? If there are existing provisions against false cases, then why bring a bill specific to appease Muslims?
3. And is it not like admitting that Police agencies in UP have this habit of foisting false cases (against every one, but Mullah Yadav is now finding a way to help only Muslims here).

PS: If I am not mistaken there are provisions in which Government (Prosecution) can request a case to be dropped. I have seen this in many cases where politicians are pulled up in cases and later when their party comes to power they use the APP,PP to move a plea to take down the case.


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Hyderabad Muslim groups demand ban on the activities of Qadiyanis
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Hyderabad: The Ahmadiyas (Qadiyanis) are now the most wanted and haunted people in Hyderabad. Every local Muslim organization and political party are demanding ban on their activities and community halls. Hyderabad has history of conflict between Muslims and Qadiyanis. Last month the A.P. wakf board had unlisted the properties of Ahmadiya community from the wakf list, and handed over those properties to endowments and even asked the Qazis not to perform their Nikah. This was seen by many as political decisions.

But the conflict now seems to be on its peak with the protests by the local Muslims objecting the celebration of Ahmadiya sect formation day. On 25th March a group of Qadiyanis was celebrating their sect’s formation day at their community center Masjid-ul- Hamd in Saidabad. But before the program, they distributed material in three different languages which was allegedly inflammatory in nature according to the locals. The material played with the modesty of Holy Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) and the holy Mosques in Mecca & Madina, it even used Quranic verses and kalima which were objected by many local Muslims as according to them they cannot use holy scripts as they are not Muslims.

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After coming to know about Qadiyani celebrations and the literature distribution, At 2.30 pm more than 200 activists of anti-Qadiyani organization Majlis Tahaffuz-E-Khatm-E-Nabuwat under the leadership of its general secretary Mohammed Ali Arshad Khatim Qasmi assembled at the community center and raised anti-Qadiyani slogans. The organization blocked the Saidabad-Madannapet main road and created traffic chaos. Soon the news spread like wild fire and Muslims in huge numbers started gathering down. Even two commercial buildings belonging to Ahmadiya sect were damaged in stone pelting. Seeing the situation getting out of hand police came into action and the Rapid Action Force, Task force and other police forces dispersed the crowed and controlled the situation.

Police provided protection to those 500 Qadiyanis who were trapped in their community hall due to protest, to get out of the area immediately. After getting complaints from many Muslim groups police seized the alleged inflammatory material from their community hall and huge police personnel were deployed for the protection of those centers. The Additional Commissioner of Police (Co-ordination) Mr. Amit Garg, and Assistant Commissioner of Police Malakpet Division Mr. Iqbal Siddiqui visited the area and tried to pacify the agitated crowd.

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The state wakf board’s recent decisions are seen as attempt to make Qadiyanis a scapegoat to divert the attention from maladministration in the wakf board and to winning the support of Muslims by making Ahmadiya sect a punching bag has provided a precedent for the political parties.

Sensing the mood of the crowd political parties thronged into action. At the night of the incident day, all the top brass leaders of Majlis Bachao Tahreek (MBT) visited the area, and with their supporters went to the Saidabad police station and submitted a memorandum to the inspector of police demanding ban on their community center and the activities of the Qadiyani community in that area. According to MBT, “Qadiyanis are not Muslims as they claimed some Ahamed Qadiyani to be their Prophet not Prophet Mohammed (PBUH), the last Prophet of Islam, Hence they don’t have any right to use Islamic Names, Quranic Verses and call their Community Halls as Mosques which is also against the Indian Constitution. By putting a Community Hall and claiming it to be a Mosque and distributing blasphemous material against Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is against Islamic Sharia. It was a conspiracy by Qadiyanis to create unrest in that area. Police should arrest Qadiyanis who were responsible for printing those blasphemous materials, and police should immediately close down their community center. If action is not taken by the police MBT will protest on the streets.”

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Ahmadiya community center

The very next day Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) organized a huge rally to protest against the Ahmadiya sect and their activities in Hyderabad under the leadership of the local MLA of Malakpet constituency Mr. Ahmed Balala. Heavy security arrangements were made for the protest. The procession stopped at ACP Malakpet office and the MIM MLA with some of his supporters met the Assistant Commissioner of Police Malakpet Division Mr. Iqbal Siddiqui and demanded to close down the community center and to censor the activities of Qadiyanis in that area.

From the recent series of protest one thing is clear: In coming days, the confrontation between the two communities is going to be worse.

http://twocircles.net/2012mar27/hyderab ... yanis.html

Any mainstream ELM report this?


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UP govt to bring bill for revoking false cases against Muslims

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_up ... ms_1671610
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The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to bring in a bill to revoke cases lodged against "innocent" Muslim youths for their alleged involvement in terror activities and provide them suitable compensation.

"Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has decided to bring in a bill to revoke cases lodged against innocent Muslim youths in the name of their involvement in terrorist activities and also to give them compensation for their arrest," Samajwadi Party spokesperson Rajendra Chowdhury said.

The chief minister has also decided to bring bills for implementation of recommendations of Ranganath Mishra and Rajinder Sachar Committees and for constituting trusts of Muslims religious institutions, he said.

Chowdhury said that the SP government would also remove encroachments on Waqf properties.

So much for the "gen-next" leaders being of a different mold and being concerned about the country more than petty vote-banks

Can safely expect for such hare-brained schemes at central level when Amul baba takes the gaddi.


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Hyderabad: The Ahmadiyas (Qadiyanis) are now the most wanted and haunted people in Hyderabad. Every local Muslim organization and political party are demanding ban on their activities and community halls. Hyderabad has history of conflict between Muslims and Qadiyanis. Last month the A.P. wakf board had unlisted the properties of Ahmadiya community from the wakf list, and handed over those properties to endowments and even asked the Qazis not to perform their Nikah. This was seen by many as political decisions.

Interesting...

If a group of Ahmadiyas are killed in some riot by evil saffron religionists, will the IMs not use their killings to show "Islam khatre mein hai"?


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2012 21:44 
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If the UP law is religion specific it could be challenged in court as it is unconstitutional.


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....The material played with the modesty of Holy Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)
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What does this mean? I thought only women have that attribute. Are these guys by saying this doing haraam things?


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2012 22:09 
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UP & Hyderabad... :-?

What is India turning into? Pakistan?!


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Hyderabad: The Ahmadiyas (Qadiyanis) are now the most wanted and haunted people in Hyderabad. Every local Muslim organization and political party are demanding ban on their activities and community halls. Hyderabad has history of conflict between Muslims and Qadiyanis. Last month the A.P. wakf board had unlisted the properties of Ahmadiya community from the wakf list, and handed over those properties to endowments and even asked the Qazis not to perform their Nikah. This was seen by many as political decisions.

Interesting...
India cannot bring the laws of other countries inside India. Neither from Pakistan or neither from KSA>

India is INDIA and they have to learn live with India inside India,


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PostPosted: 08 Apr 2012 08:41 
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I hope the security for the mango people and not just VIPies has also been stepped up in view of dus percenti's visit.


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PostPosted: 08 Apr 2012 17:41 
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HYDERABAD, April 8, 2012
Curfew clamped in Saidabad, Madannapet

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A motorcycle is in flames during a clash between two groups in the Saidabad area of Hyderabad on Sunday.

Curfew has been clamped in Saidabad and Madannapet police station areas of the old city after communal trouble broke out on Sunday morning.

Police took the decision of clamping the curfew as stone pelting incidents continued unabated. One or two incidents of knifing were also reported.

Sources said three persons with knife injuries were shifted to hospital.

The RTC authorities have suspended operation of city buses to Saidabad and surrounding localities after 19 buses were damaged.

Trouble broke out following reports that a religious place was desecrated in Saidabad area in the morning.


Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy and the Home Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy reviewed the law and order situation.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/and ... 293572.ece

I was told that beef was thrown into a local Hanuman mandir by my sources, those in Hyderabad should try to find out more.

Any shibboleths from our resident AP expert (he at least fancies himself to be one) about how "strategic Telugus" have "castrated" the Islamists?


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the worst thing is, if any govt set its mind to the task, crushing the Islamist fantasies in the Hyderabad region is a pretty easy thing to do. mostly b/c faithfool population is limited to Hyd city onlee. go outside Hyd, and momeen population is very low (max 5-8% is any district). but the very fact that even with such favorable demographic tilt, the Islamists continue to function and raise their fantasies, speaks of one simple fact: there is a significant contingent of "hindu" elites who have kept the Islamist dreams as leverage to beat up fellow co-religionists, in case, it is ever needed. this is why the Islamist fantasies of "Islamic Republic of Deccan" continue: b/c a section of Hindu elites in Andhra (not just coastal ones--like out esteemed fellow forum member---also think about the section of the Telangana elites which colluded with the Islamists for centuries, even as far back as the 14th century) sees itself benefiting from the continued existence of such hostile elements.


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From the siasat daily of hyderabad

http://www.siasat.com/english/news/curf ... er-clashes

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Tension erupted in the morning following reports of alleged desecration of a religious place in Kurmaguda, wherein
some devotees complained that they found "meat" and green-coloured water near a place of worship.
Enraged members of the community took out rallies that culminated in stone-pelting. As the news spread, members
of other community too assembled in large numbers and also indulged into heavy brickbatting against each other and at houses in Kurmaguda besides the communally sensitive areas of Madannapet and Saidabad, thus prompting police to cane charge and burst of teargas shells to disperse marauding mobs.


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Cow Butchered in Front of Temple in Kerala: Situation Tense
http://indiawires.com/6614/news/state-n ... ion-tense/

It was Old News


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IM operative held in Kolkata,
taken to Bangalore


CNN-IBN | 12-Apr 20:45 PM

Bangalore: The Bangalore Central Crime
Branch police on Wednesday arrested a
suspected Indian Mujahideen operative,
Kamal Hassan, from Kolkata. The
suspected operative was arrested for his
alleged role in the Chinnaswamy blast
case.

However, the involvement of Hassan is
also suspected in terror attacks in Delhi
and Hyderabad.

According to the police, Hassan was a
close associate of Yasin Bhatkal, one of
the main perpetrators of the
Chinnaswamy blast.

Hassan, a native of Bihar, has been
brought to Bangalore and remanded to
police custody for 15 days.



http://m.ibnlive.com/news/im-operative- ... 189-3.html



All these arrests just goes to show how deeply these part time pakis have embedded themselves amongst us , it'll take quite an effort to root them out and a dedicated team . Something the states don't seem to want


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Well, who could have thought it, eh?

Army opposes Omar's AFSPA stand


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Behind beef politics at Osmania varsity, caste rift over Telangana

Clash in Hyderabad over Dalits' right to eat beef


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Our diplomatic babus are as ham handed as ever.

They should simply clamp down on the amerkhans and tighten the screws on a tit for tat basis

Solution for SRK in well-kept Delhi secret - Give actor red passport like Tata, US diplomat suggests in private conversation

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Washington, April 15:

“Why don’t you give Shah Rukh Khan a diplomatic passport?” an American diplomat who met an Indian official socially during the weekend asked as their conversation inevitably veered towards the actor’s inconvenience at White Plains airport in New York on Thursday. “That will solve the problem for us the next time he travels to the United States.”

The Indian official was a little offended because he thought the American was being his usual smart Alec, but the latter insisted he was serious. “After all, you have given Ratan Tata a diplomatic passport. He always travels with the red passport,” the American continued.

As it happened, the Indian did not know that Tata had been given a diplomatic passport by New Delhi. This official had been away continuously on foreign postings for more than a decade and had not kept close track of such developments back home.

The American told him that he had once travelled first class with the industrialist, he had seen Tata’s diplomatic passport and when they both alighted at New York, Tata went to the special immigration enclosure for diplomatic passport-holders .

When S.M. Krishna became external affairs minister in May 2009, one of his earliest discretionary decisions was to issue a diplomatic passport to Tata, recognising his emergence as a global investor and industrialist who has to travel extensively worldwide, some of those trips on behalf of the government or representing his country.

The external affairs minister’s authority to issue diplomatic passports to non-diplomats and people who are not public servants travelling on official business is one of New Delhi’s best kept secrets, known to few outside the charmed circle of power around the capital’s Raisina Hill.

I.K. Gujral issued privileged diplomatic passports to so many of his friends without rhyme or reason until K.C. Singh, who was then chief passport officer, put his foot firmly down and refused to carry out Gujral’s orders as external affairs minister and later as Prime Minister.

It is another of New Delhi’s best known secrets that although the chief passport officer is usually a mere joint secretary in the ministry of external affairs, he acquires immense powers once he takes office and is almost a semi-constitutional authority as the guardian of the Passports Act of 1967.

However, other than K.C. Singh in the case of Gujral, only one other chief passport officer in recent memory, T.C.A. Rangachari, has exercised the extraordinary powers bestowed on him under an Act of Parliament.

Americans are used to political solutions more than bureaucratic ones: in fact, the entire phalanx of their bureaucracy, made up of political appointees, changes each time a new US President is elected. So it was not surprising that a political solution to the Shah Rukh Khan controversy came to the American diplomat’s mind to avoid dragging down Indo-US relations over this trivial issue.

Meanwhile, SRK continued to shadow Indo-US relations even though the actor had left stateside after completing his schedule at Yale. When Nirupama Rao, India’s ambassador to the US, made a public appearance yesterday at Columbia University’s prestigious annual “India Business Conference,” she was peppered with questions from reporters about Khan instead of the subject of the conference: “India: Maintaining Momentum.”

Once again, Rao was restrained and at her diplomatic best when she said it was an “incident that need not have happened.” She is anxious to put the whole controversy behind as quickly as possible.

When reporters persisted with their questions, Rao referred to yesterday’s press release issued by the Indian mission here and said “We would like to leave it at that.”

South Block’s division dealing with the US is equally disinclined to make a mountain of the Khan molehill, but being too close to the public and political outcry over the actor’s inconvenience, it has less flexibility than Indian officials in far away US.

The Americas division in South Block is headed by Jawed Ashraf, whose reputation as a veteran in dealing with the US is so outstanding that his was the second appointment Rao made when she became foreign secretary in 2009 even though Ashraf had not yet become a joint secretary. She asked him to cut short his stay in Washington to take charge of relations with the US at headquarters.

Apart from the need to elevate Indo-US discourse from the 75-minute airport delay faced by a hero of the silver screen, there is another reason why neither Rao nor Ashraf can press the Americans too hard on Khan’s problems the way New Delhi’s political leadership would like them to act.

India is equally if not more unbending and inflexible on matters of visas for Americans, other immigration issues and security at its airports. If the Indians were to make too much of an issue of Khan’s problems and make other similarly unreasonable demands, the Americans could throw similar incidents in New Delhi on South Block’s face.

A recent incident in which India took a principled, but firm stand, just like the immigration agents who handled Khan’s entry into the US, happened when Janet Napolitano, the US Secretary of Homeland Security, visited New Delhi and Mumbai last May. Incidentally, it was Napolitano’s officials who handled Khan’s arrival for his talk at Yale.

When Napolitano was leaving New Delhi for Mumbai, her entourage insisted that everyone who was part of it should be exempted from security checks at Palam airport. Indian authorities flatly refused, and following rules, they said only Napolitano would be exempt as she is a member of the US cabinet.

The Americans then arrogantly told Indian officials at the airport if everyone in Napolitano’s delegation was not exempt from security, then nobody would go to Mumbai for the second leg of the visit.

Frantic consultations went on between various agencies in New Delhi while Napolitano’s special aircraft remained parked on Palam’s bay, well behind its scheduled departure. But the Indians stood their ground and said everyone on her delegation except Napolitano would be screened or they could chose not to fly at all and stay in New Delhi. The Americans relented.

When this delegation was leaving Mumbai back to Washington, the Americans repeated the same demands. Unfortunately the Maharashtra government’s protocol department lost nerve and allowed the whole entourage to leave without being security-checked.


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Our diplomatic babus are as ham handed as ever.

They should simply clamp down on the amerkhans and tighten the screws on a tit for tat basis

Solution for SRK in well-kept Delhi secret - Give actor red passport like Tata, US diplomat suggests in private conversation


When some private citizen goes to US on some normal visa and gets to be checked, why is the Indian government involved in this idiotically? It make sense to protest if some diplomat or government official gets to checked against established protocols.

US diplomat right in this. What they did in airport is within established procedures. India got some Idiotic and ineffective foreign ministry people.


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From the first link, the whole of yesterday the impartial media had us belive that one of the participants of beef festival was stabbed by the Evil fascist RSS only. but the truth again is different and organisers of the beef festival are not innocent.

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A second-year Arts student, T Rama Rao, was stabbed on Monday for making a reportedly inflammatory speech against the ‘beef festival’ organised by students of a particular caste who are pressing for beef to be included in the university’s hostel menu.


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chetak wrote:
Our diplomatic babus are as ham handed as ever.

They should simply clamp down on the amerkhans and tighten the screws on a tit for tat basis

Solution for SRK in well-kept Delhi secret - Give actor red passport like Tata, US diplomat suggests in private conversation


When some private citizen goes to US on some normal visa and gets to be checked, why is the Indian government involved in this idiotically? It make sense to protest if some diplomat or government official gets to checked against established protocols.

US diplomat right in this. What they did in airport is within established procedures. India got some Idiotic and ineffective foreign ministry people.



Minority politics :)


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When some private citizen goes to US on some normal visa and gets to be checked, why is the Indian government involved in this idiotically? It make sense to protest if some diplomat or government official gets to checked against established protocols.

+1. India and Indians are used to this VIP culture, and expect the world also to follow the same. Acting in movies and strutting around as a great star (in India) does not make one immune to security checks in other countries. Infact US has been pretty much consistent in showing the Indian actors that they cannot try their nautanki in USA. What is the contribution of these jokers to the nation? They hold no government positions and do not represent in GoI in any official capacity. I see that the media, the government and the same bunch of actors make no fuss when a common Indian citizen is taken in for extra security checks.

BTW, remember the old case of Kamal Hasan getting pulled in for special round of questioning in Toronto? And also see the name of the chap who was picked up for the Bengaluru stadium bomb blast.
Kamal Hassan grilled in Toronto airport
Kamal Hassan arrested in connection with KSCA bomb blast

Giving these movie fellows Red Passports is only going to open up a Pandora's box. If any one is totally worthless to carry such passports, IMHO it is the Indian movie industry gang.


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ShyamSP wrote:
When some private citizen goes to US on some normal visa and gets to be checked, why is the Indian government involved in this idiotically? It make sense to protest if some diplomat or government official gets to checked against established protocols.

+1. India and Indians are used to this VIP culture, and expect the world also to follow the same. Acting in movies and strutting around as a great star (in India) does not make one immune to security checks in other countries. Infact US has been pretty much consistent in showing the Indian actors that they cannot try their nautanki in USA. What is the contribution of these jokers to the nation? They hold no government positions and do not represent in GoI in any official capacity. I see that the media, the government and the same bunch of actors make no fuss when a common Indian citizen is taken in for extra security checks.

BTW, remember the old case of Kamal Hasan getting pulled in for special round of questioning in Toronto? And also see the name of the chap who was picked up for the Bengaluru stadium bomb blast.
Kamal Hassan grilled in Toronto airport
Kamal Hassan arrested in connection with KSCA bomb blast

Giving these movie fellows Red Passports is only going to open up a Pandora's box. If any one is totally worthless to carry such passports, IMHO it is the Indian movie industry gang.


Indian Mujahideen chief got passport in Shah Rukh Khan’s name

No harm in these jokers including SRK original cooling his heels at some rube airport in the US.

Are they gods or what??

Today it may be the movie wallah, tomorrow it will be some hardened criminal or don who gets the same because of some political quid pro quo.

It's madness for the GOI to get into such a scenario at all .

Instant Retaliation is the best way to keep this menace under some check


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Actually< I like what the GOI is doing, Khan has been meddling and pushing certain fundoo agendas and playing hero all this while, like NM visa row etc etc. Many Indian Minorities had this very good opinion of Khan being very fair and India being ebil society. Such stories shatter these myths, I love such controversies as its puts our Media in a real mix. The more Khan's image amoungst the followers of leftist brigade in India the better.


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Actually< I like what the GOI is doing, Khan has been meddling and pushing certain fundoo agendas and playing hero all this while, like NM visa row etc etc. Many Indian Minorities had this very good opinion of Khan being very fair and India being ebil society. Such stories shatter these myths, I love such controversies as its puts our Media in a real mix. The more Khan's image amoungst the followers of leftist brigade in India the better.



This joker SRK certainly has a pro paki agenda and he makes no bones about it.


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Yes thats why outrage that Khan seeming to have insulted him in the WKK brigade.


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Actually< I like what the GOI is doing, Khan has been meddling and pushing certain fundoo agendas and playing hero all this while, like NM visa row etc etc. Many Indian Minorities had this very good opinion of Khan being very fair and India being ebil society. Such stories shatter these myths, I love such controversies as its puts our Media in a real mix. The more Khan's image amoungst the followers of leftist brigade in India the better.



This joker SRK certainly has a pro paki agenda and he makes no bones about it.


Is this because of his comments post IPL after Pak players were not picked or is there more to the story?


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PostPosted: 17 Apr 2012 21:11 
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Giving these movie fellows Red Passports is only going to open up a Pandora's box.


Don't think it would matter, since people like APJ Kalam and George Fernandes were detained or frisked as well. Plus the USG is well aware that various high level GoI functionaries play politics with terrorism (revealed in Wikileaks cable). Granting them a red passport should be encouraged, so foreign governments can focus on screening these people, and ordinary citizens can be spared.


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Arun - perhaps the following article (although slightly outdated) may help...

The`great` neighbour

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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2012 02:26 
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Sachin wrote:
Giving these movie fellows Red Passports is only going to open up a Pandora's box.


Movie Stars already hold diplomatic passports as they are 'cultural ambassadors' of India. I know someone who knew Mallika Sherawat personally. She carries diplomatic passport.


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Islamic Gift to Bengali Hindus in Bengali New Year: Chopped Cow-head in Shiva Temple.
18/04/2012 12:43:13 http://hinduexistence.wordpress.com/201 ... in-bengal/



The Bengali Hindus could never think that such a unique and unexpected gift is waiting for them, on their very auspicious ceremony, the Bengali New Year 1419. Bengalis are habituated to have unexpected gifts, be it in 1946, 1947 or 1948 or in 1971 and even today; they can see it in the constant attacks on them. Now the muslims have prepared themselves to give them hateful gifts.


While Bengali women were preparing to worship their mud-made traditional stoves as par the rituals, the communal to the core Muslims threw before their chaste temple the thing that they can’t even watch: chopped cow-head.


Last night at Budha locality of Asansol, West Bengal, some communal to the core muslim boys plotted a chopped cow-head at around 3pm last night in the coward way that suits them perfectly. This is the traditional way of the muslim run atrocities on Hindus: abduct Hindu women and plunder their chastity, behead Hindu men, unchaste and vandalize their temples by prohibited stuffs like Beef. This time history took a repeat performance.


While the local women of the Budha locality were going early morning to worship the deity of Lord Shiva inside the temple, they found that a chopped cow-head has been plotted at the entrance. Some of them fell sick at the mere visuals of the thing, they vomited. The outraged women then called the males and urged to take the matter seriously.


Some muslims were standing there in a casual motive apparently, to do a Reece of the situation. As soon as they realized the magnitude of the outrage in the Hindu community, they alerted the already prepared muslims who were in battle-ready mode.

They have already informed the police of Asansol, who have historically been active to serve the communal to the core Muslims. Also the local ward councilor of ward no 8 of Asansol Municipal Corporation (AMC) Mr. Gurudas Chatterjee (Rocket-da); both the councilor and the corporation politically affiliated to TMC which considers its political color to be jihadist green; have been informed by the communal to the core muslims themselves to create a shield around them. As obvious they un-listened the complaints of the Hindus and threatened to remove the head so that the news doesn’t spread. Rocket wanted to camouflage the musilm communalism. The angry Hindu youth then protested and encircled the head with bricks. At this the police was called in and a Lathicharge was launched to dismantle the Hindu protesters. The Hindus have seen in recent past how easily they have been subjected to police bullets. So the Hindus afraid, fled for a moment and the Muslim youth laughed at their backs with a taunt how you Hindus fall prey before our nasty will.

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Then in a helpless situation in a loss what to do, how to obtain justice they contacted the Bengali news channels like Kolkata TV, Star Anando, News Time etc but strangely none even took any interest to cover the story, probably not to make their Islamic masters angry.

When a VHP operative called the local correspondent of Kolkata TV, Mr. Venkateshwar Lahidi at his phone numbers 9674#665#7 and 9832#144#5. He took the calls, prepared to note down the news but then his pen halted as he realized he was being requested to cover the Muslim communalism; he disconnected the call. Similar treatments were received in all the cases with all the Bengali media houses.

Except Asansol TV not even a single news channel telecasted this news, because this might cause decrements in their petro-dollars.

The local Hindus consulted the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and lodged an FIR against the already pointed communal to the core Muslim youths.

When Asansol News correspondents interviewed the local Hindu boys, they were looking not afraid but outraged. “If those bloody cowards do really have the guts, then they should sometime attempt to hit me with their crowded mass, when I am alone. Why they pursue their frustration on poor cows? We never do that against their divine pigs! But yes, after looking at their history and culture it probably suits them I feel,” said a Hindu youngster Aniruddha Konar.

Another local girl Moumita Dawn reacted, “We are taught communal harmony, but how far can we maintain this? Are only the Hindus responsible to maintain harmony? Won’t they take any effort to maintain harmony? This is not any one way traffic.”

Though the police were discouraging the public to shoot any videos and no journalist from the Bengali TV channels were present over there, a team under the guidance of Asansol News operatives Gautam pandit and Abhed Acharya got themselves at the rooftops of the local houses and shot from there the happenings. As the police realized there is no option open, they threatened to lathicharge and they did it finally to dismantle the Hindu protesters, so that they could easily take away the evidence of the Islamic communalism.

Everything is on record by Asansol News and it forwarded a copy of the clippings to Asansol TV to telecast. The other Bengali channels have passed a message to the public of Asansol that they will no way expose the real face of communal muslims in India.

After the crowd was vandalized, the police hurriedly took the head away. Within hours, the VHP and Hindu Jagran Manch Asansol lodged an FIR against unknown perpretators in Asansol South police station. Though locals have pointed out fingers to some muslim youngsters who were frustrated enough at the last world cup victory of India against Pakistan, to make an attempt to vandalize the celebration of the young Hindu boys and girls in Budha Aagori pada. That time they were beaten back and since then are always planning to retaliate in some conventional coward manner.

However the police made every possible attempt to discourage the Hindu leaders to take the issue further, they didn’t permit to do a rally protesting the communalism. On 15thof April a crucial meet has been called by Hindu Jagran Manch and VHP to discuss the future course of action.

When Asansol News visited the HJM operatives, they were angry and stable both simultaneously. “I know we are living in a camouflaged democracy, camouflaged secularism in India, but that does not mean we wont expect our basic freedom of worship. Every time they vandalize our temples (last week they vandalized a temple in Sripur area) and then their leaders pass unity-messages. This cunning game wont make any long run. This dualism will not be tolerated,” said Sanjay Paswan, the gen secy of HJM Asansol.

By now they are planning to march a silent rally with the theme “NO FREEDOM TO PROTEST”.

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Bangladeshi call girls or undercover agents?
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The official said that the Bangladeshi girls who look like Indians, may be ‘informers’ in the guise of prostitutes. “They could be used to get close to people to fulfil their hidden agenda, which is expanding the fake currency racket in different parts of the country,” sources said.

However, the cops are not optimistic about exposing the real truth. According to sources, the law does not support the arrest of the prostitutes as they are considered victims and the police have no proof to claim that the girls are from Banglasdesh, as they have documents to prove that they are Indians.


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Such news coming out surely is pointer to WB Janata slowly coming out of stockholm syndrome induced by the east bengal mafiosi .

The Left front's loss in the recent elections is the first step in this direction....watch for WB to become a communal tinderbox in a few years time....


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Maoists kill two security guards, kidnap Collector in Chattisgarh

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Cadres of the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist) abducted Alex Paul Menon, the Collector of Chhattisgarh’s troubled Sukma District at about 4:30 Pm on Saturday evening. Mr. Menon was returning from a village meeting when a group of between 15 and 20 Maoists stopped his entourage at Manjipara village, about 8 km from Kerlapal, a village on National Highway 221.

Sukma’s Superintendent of Police, Abhishek Shandilya said the Maoists also killed two personal security officers who accompanied the Collector.

Mr. Menon’s abduction comes at a time when, just across the state border, the Odisha government is involved in protracted negotiations to free Jhina Hikaka, an MLA who was kidnapped by the Maoists on March 24. Earlier this month, the guerillas released two Italians who had also been kidnapped in Odisha. Last year, the party abducted the R. Vineel Krishna, the Collector of Malkangiri, an Odisha district bordering Sukma. Mr. Krishna was released after the state government agreed to a list of demands.

“We are organizing a search party to look for the Collector. We have not received any demands from the Maoists as yet,” Mr. Shandilya said.

“We were conducting a Gram Swaraj Abhiyaan across the district and so we had been traveling with the Collector since the morning,” said Surendra Prasad Vaid, Sukma’s Sub Divisional Magistrate, in an interview over the telephone, “In the morning, the Collector visited the interior villages near Badde Setti and Sam Setti on a motorcycle and returned to Kerlapal for lunch.”

After lunch, Mr. Vaid said, a team of about 25 to 30 civil administration officials accompanied Mr. Menon to a farmers meeting in Manjipara. “Ten minutes after we arrived, the shooting started,” said Mr. Vaid, “As the crowd dispersed, a group of Maoists came and first shot the Collector’s guard. The other guard tried to run, but the Maoists killed him as well.”

Mr. Vaid said the Collector quickly got into his Tata Safari vehicle and started to leave when three Maoists stopped his vehicle. “There were three of us in the car when they stopped us and started shouting ‘Who is the Collector? Who is the Collector’. The Collector identified himself, and they took him away,” said Mr. Vaid.


Maoists holding Jhina Hikaka hostage make fresh demand

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 812086.cms
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Maoist rebels holding Odisha legislator Jhina Hikaka hostage for more than three weeks on Saturday demanded the release of all members of Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangh (CMAS) in exchange for his release.

The rebels had earlier sought the release of 29 prisoners, mostly members of the CMAS, which works mainly in the southern parts of the state, including Malkangiri and Koraput districts, on tribal-related issues
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Things are really going bad in Odisha and Chattisgarh states. I don't know if this is part of some sinister bigger agenda. But as I see it, I see that the state government is pretty useless. I don't see any enthusiasm from their side, in resolving or even addressing any problem in their territory. No wonder Naxalites are having a field day here. Honestly I feel the resoluteness shown by governments (and police) of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra is way better than these two cases.


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Sachin- Naxal problem in Bastar has been there since 1980's, give it time along with a friendly Central Governments and if Friendly State Govt emerge in MH and AP, then naxals operations will wind down pretty quickly. I think the Naxals who abducted the deputy collector are demanding charges be dropped against Media favorite Binayak Sen.


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