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    UK – Pakistani vandalises Gurudwara; posts note on Kashmir

    New Delhi. An Islamic radical of Pakistani origin who had vandalized the Guru Arjan Dev Ji Gurudwara in Derby in England has been arrested by the police on Monday. The attack caught on CCTV camera took place on Monday. He had posted a note on Kashmir on the entrance of the place of worship. The police are also investigating a possible association of the man with other groups. Indian and Sikh organisations a ...

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    People in Nagaland are appreciating Seva Bharati Karyakartas

    By Dr. Sankar Deb Roy We received a Watsup’s message on 23rd May around 8 pm informing that a Special (Shramik) Dimapur bound train started from Gurgaon, Haryana with 1300 passengers on board including girls, ladies with babies facing lots of problems with shortages of food and water, more over some of them were sick. Hearing this people here in Nagaland became very anxious and worried. We Seva Bharati Naga ...

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    #AtmanirbharBharat – Privatisation, no mantra

    Saji Narayanan CK It’s a fallacy to believe that PSUs are inefficient The late Dattopant Thengadi, the founder of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, neither subscribed to the communist view of nationalising the private sector, nor to the capitalist position of privatising all public sector units (PSUs). Both, the private sector as well as public sector have their important role to play in national development. The pr ...

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    COVID19 – Dharma and Sewa Community (Hindu, Bodh, Jain, Sikh) of North-East Region of USA running the Relief work with the project #Sewa4community

    130 organizations and 800 volunteers are running the relief efforts New Delhi. Sewa4Community is a collection of organizations and individuals rooted in Indic values. Believes in Sewa Dharma, i.e. "Service to Humanity is Service to Divinity". This movement is a grassroots effort to organize and deploy resources supporting the country's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project was initiated with the id ...

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    Mob Lynching – Assam Police Arrests 2 Prime Accused in Sanatan Deka Lynching Case

    Guwahati. Assam Police has arrested two main accused who were involved in the brutal killing of Sanatan Deka, a vegetable vendor of Hajo in Kamrup district of Assam. The arrested accused duo have been identified as Faizur Hoque alias Dali and Eyusuf Uddin Ahmed. The police arrested the two in connection with case number 480/2020 u/s 120(B) /302 IPC registered at Hajo Police Station. As per reports, vegetabl ...

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    FightAgainstCoronavirus in UK – Indian doctors lead the fight against pandemic

    New Delhi. Indian doctors are leading the fight against COVID-19 in the UK, even as they have been losing their fellow doctors to the disease. The NHS has a strength of about 1.5 lakh doctors and 43.3% of those are Indians, forming a part of the huge Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) healthcare workers, according to a report in IE. The report quoted an analysis of the data on coronavirus deaths between M ...

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    POLICY BUFF – Uttar Pradesh shows the way to deal with vast migrant labour

    Evolving state specific development models to harness the skilled and semi-skilled workers in spirit of ‘Swadeshi’ could work wonders K.A. Badarinath New Delhi   Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s decision to set up a dedicated commission for 23 lakh migrant labour from the state is a laudable move. The commission’s task has also been cut out. It would not only map skills of these migrant l ...

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    ‘God Bless You and the RSS!’ – A heartwarming story from Maharashtra

    Sandeep Patil Mumbai. Amidst the Covid-19 outbreak, the Seva work done by the Sangh Swayaymsevaks has reached many needy persons in the Manpadeshwar city. We present a special case experience by RSS’s Swayamsevaks in the city. An aged couple Sudhir and Shaila Naavgune resides in the Lakeside Greens Palava on the Badlapur Road. Sudhir after retiring from the Government job stayed alone with his wife and duri ...

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    Right occasion to churn a discourse on desi and swadeshi in the country – Dattatreya Hosabale

    Bengaluru. Recently RSS Sah Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale spoke to Kannada newspaper Prajavani on ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ and Challenges and Opportunities during and Post-Covid19 Lockdown for the country. Following are the translated excerpts from the interview in Kannada. Entire world is fighting the menace of Corona virus. How are people in India responding to the pandemic? The Corona crisis has brought i ...

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    FightAgainstCorona – ‘Robot’ joins the battle to defeat the COVID-19,  Developer Thanks RSS for the inspiration!

    Mumbai. The pandemic times have brought the nation to a standstill and the Corona warriors namely Doctors, nurses, paramedical staff etc all are battling with the deadly virus to uproot its tentacles from the nation. The Doctors and nurses have their families too however, with the motto of ‘Duty first!’ they are combating the COVID-19 virus. Hence, it becomes necessary to safeguard the community of Doctors ...

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