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    Nanoor Massacre – A massacre about which self-proclaimed Liberal will not tell you

    If someone asks how many dictators lived in this world, Hitler would be the first name that would strike your mind. Followed by Stalin, Lenin, Fidel Castro. But some people would like to debate on these names. Numbers of people who consider them as revolutionary leaders are not less. Dictating their terms in the name of revolution Lenin, Stalin, Castro and Mao are idealized by some Indians. Just like dictat ...

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    Kerala – 5 CPM workers get life sentence for KV Surendran’s murder

    Kannur. A court sentenced 05 CPM workers for the murder of KV Surendran. The five who have been sentenced are Kalesh, M. Lijesh, Akhilesh, K. Vineesh & Shaijesh. Tellichery additional sessions court judge PN Vinod, however, discharged two others who were earlier arraigned as accused. Besides handing over a life term to the five accused he also ordered them to pay a fine of Rs one lakh each. The 62-year- ...

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    OPERATION VIJAY 1999 : India remembers Kargil Vijay Divas

    Tributes to the Heroes of Kargil victory. It is being celebrated at Dras (Kargil) on 25 &26 July as a big event. Col J P Singh recounts this historic event.             Kargil heights are associated with one of the most treacherous episodes of military history of independent India. They evoke painful memories of deep and traumatic national tragedy. In the military terms ‘Op ...

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    RSS, and Sewa Bharati Purbanchal swings into action

    Extends helping hands to flood victims in Assam, rescues affected families, opens relief camps Guwahati. Over 30 lakh people have badly been affected in the recent devastating floods that caused havoc in 28 districts of Assam. The severity of the flood was so intense that thousands of families have been forced to take shelter in high land like the highway, side of Railway tracks and other high ground, where ...

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    RSS is a mass movement, part of Indian ‘mosaic’ – German envoy Walter Lindner

    Terming the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh a “mass movement” in India, German Ambassador Walter Lindner said his visit to the RSS headquarters in Nagpur was part of his attempt to understand the “Indian mosaic”. Speaking to The Hindu about the criticism he has faced over the visit, including one online petition that is calling for his resignation or recall, Mr. Lindner said he had visited Nagpur to review prog ...

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    Rashtra Sevika Samiti’s Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini & Pratinidhi Baithak commences at Nagpur

    Nagpur. Rashtra Sevika Samiti’s Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini & Pratinidhi Baithak started in the premises of Smriti Mandir, Reshimbagh Nagpur. 269 karyakartas pan India are participating in this baithak which will conclude on 22nd July 2019. Pramukh Sanchalika Shantakka offered Shraddhanjali to the departed ones who had given their best to the nation, the innocent victims of natural calamities and to our ...

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    Selfless work of RSS attracted me to the organization – Jacob Thomas, Former DGP of Kerala

    Kochi. Former Kerala DGP, Jacob Thomas, attended the RSS IT milan’s Guru Dakshina program at Kochi and also repeated the RSS prayer with his hands close to his chest just like any RSS activist does when reciting the daily prayer of the Sangh. Jacob Thomas chaired the meeting and said in his presidential address that RSS, being the biggest NGO in the world, is doing wonders. While doing great works the RSS m ...

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    Shocking! 500 year old Brundavana of Sri Vyasatirtha in Hampi completely destroyed by miscreants

    ASI fails yet again in protecting historical monuments The 500 year old Brundavana of the great saint Sri Vyasatirtha in Hampi has been completely destroyed yesterday. The incident came to light today morning after visitors spotted the ruins of the Brundavana. The foundaton, pillars, the top of the brundavana, all have been destroyed. The Brundavana is part of the Nava brundavanas (9 Brundavanas) of Anegund ...

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    After towns and cities Missionaries and Islamists encroach forest lands

    Illegal structures brought down after intervention by a vigilant forum Hundreds of plots in towns and cities have fallen prey to illegal religious structures constructed by Christian Missionaries and Mullahs. With no dearth in funds, they are on a lookout to encroach lands that does not belong to them and government lands have been their prime target. However, the disease that started in Kerala has spread t ...

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    Chapters on the Kargil war removed from college syllabus in MP

    Kargil war of 1999 is remembered for the indomitable courage and bravery displayed by the Indian Army in securing victory for the country and reclaiming occupied territories from the clutches of Pakistan. But it seems that the Congress party which has doubted the valour and capability of our defense forces in the recent past, has once again found itself on the wrong foot. BJP in Madhya Pradesh has alleged t ...

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