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    History of the nation is based on the people who have sacrificed their blood – Gen. V.K.Singh

    Samara Bhairavi, Kannada book launch event Bengaluru. A Kannada book titled Samara Bhairavi was launched in a packed Town Hall Auditorium in city on 24th August. This book is considered as the first book in Kannada on the topic of soldiers written in great detail. The book is written by senior journalist, Columnist and editor of Aseema Sri Santhosh Thammaiah published by Sahitya Prakashana. B.L. Santhosh ha ...

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    RSS IT Milan’s Library initiative to help avid readers on books of nationalistic interest

    Bengaluru. A library was inaugurated in Bengaluru City at Electronic City Phase II on 15th Aug 2019 by Sridharswamy, the Kshetra Boudhik Pramukh of RSS and Dr. Jitendra Kumar of Bio Innovation, Bengaluru. The unit was set up by Rashtriya Books Circulating Library Trust at Electronic City Phase ll. The model unit will be providing access to books from 16 different languages from publications across the count ...

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    Bengaluru – Samiti Sevika’s tied Rakhi’s to Trainee soldiers

    On the auspicious occasion of “Raksha Bandhan”, Rashtra Sevika Samiti sevikas of Durga shakha in Bengaluru took the opportunity of visiting Rashtriya Army Police Training Center at Bengaluru and tied Rakhi to 200 soldiers as gesture of gratitude for their service to the nation. Brig. Raj Kumar had granted the permission for the celebration and made the experience memorable for Sevikas. Officer Mr. Nayar too ...

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    Development, Political empowerment and dignity were lacking due to draconian Article 370 and 35A – Ram Madhav

    Bengaluru. Development, Political empowerment, Dignity are basic needs of any state and the government can now comfortably concentrate on them in Jammu and Kashmir with Article 370 and Article 35A abrogated said Ram Madhav. He was speaking in a talk organized by the Karnataka Chapter of Jammu and Kashmir Study Centre (JKSC) in Bengaluru. Undoing of draconian article 370 was Sardar Patel’s unfinished dream h ...

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    Welcome move of cancelling Tipu Jayanti opines scholars, writers, activists

    Bengaluru. The Karnataka Government decision of cancelling Tipu Jayanti celebrations taken today has been welcomed by many scholars and activists. From the time the Congress Government decided to celebrate Tipu as part of their appeasement politics, there has been a widespread opposition to it. However the Congress Government led by the then CM Siddaramaiah were hell bent on celebrating it. There are few wh ...

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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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    RSS seva sanghik in many parts of the state

    Every Sunday a gathering of all RSS shakhas of the particular district or taluk called Sanghik happens. Every 5th Sunday of the month is observed in RSS sanghiks as Seva Sanghik where the swayamsevaks of RSS participate actively in an activity of service (seva). This month, 30th of June was a fifth Sunday and swayamsevaks in Bengaluru organised free medical camps in various parts of the city concentrating a ...

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    “Islamic Terrorism is a global challenge, India & Israel can come together to counter it” – Mukunda CR

    Bengaluru. Symbol of Bharat-Israel cultural ties, Narada Muni’s (Itamar Oren), punyatithi was observed at his samadhi sthal at Gonikoppa in Kodagu, Karnataka, in a unique way by organizing a day long Bharat-Israel symposium. Narada Muni’s samadhi sthal is located on a land donated by Kuppanada Raja and Chhayaa Nanjappa for the cause. The symposium was attended by a gala of dignitaries from various parts of ...

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    Veteran RSS Pracharak Prakash Kamath passed away

    Bengaluru. Veteren RSS pracharak Prakash Kamath breathed his last at Belagavi. He was 70. He was been treated at a private hospital at Belagavi for he succumbed to paralysis stroke recently. He is survived by his two brothers and a sister. Due to health troubles, he was relieved from his responsibilities of Vanavasi Kalyan ashram three years ago. After that he was staying in Kumta, Uttar Kannada. He had mov ...

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    Three Samskrita books released

    Bengaluru. Three Samskrita books were released in a program organised at Aksharam, Samskrita Bharati karyalaya, Bengaluru on Saturday, 20 April 2019. Smt. Sudha Murthy of the Infosys foundation released the books. Addressing the audience she urged that introducing Kalidasa and Bhasa into academics fully is the need of the hour. We are failing in teaching our future generation on the importance of literature ...

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