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    Vivekananda Kendra hands over Rs One Crore received from Gandhi Peace Prize to Defence Minister

    Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari was conferred with the Gandhi Peace Prize of 2015 earlier this year. A sum of Rs. One crore accompanied the prize which was given to the Kendra for its contribution towards promotion of self-help, sustainability and development throughout our country, especially in areas populated by tribal communities. The Vivekananda Kendra founded in 1972 is centered around the noble thoug ...

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    Sushma ji will always remain in our memory as a personality ever dedicated to the cause

    The sad news of the untimely demise of Smt. Sushma Swaraj is unbelievable and unfathomable. This is extremely painful. Her nearly 45 years of public and political life has been exemplary and worthy of emulation in many respects. Her image as an ideal worker, a skilled leader, a capable and effective minister, and as a ever dedicated personality, will always remain in all our memories. She always had the mat ...

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    Sushma Swaraj passes away at 67

    Senior BJP leader and Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, 67, passed away at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Tuesday night after suffering a heart attack in the evening. The senior BJP leader was brought to AIIMS at 10:15 PM and was straight away taken to the emergency ward. Sushma Swaraj's husband and other family members, along with Dr. Harshvardhan, Piyush Goyal, Pralhad Jo ...

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    Article 370 must go….

    Excerpts from Shri Guruji's interviews Following are the views of Pujaniya Shri Guruji, the 2nd Sarsanghachalak of RSS, on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, expressed on various occasions…... (With the Editor, Organiser, October 1967)  Government does not seem to know what is to be done next in Kashmir. It does not want to lose Kashmir and it does not know how to keep it! Ans. There is only one way to keep Ka ...

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    Shri Ram Janmabhoomi – Final hearing in the case from 6th August

    The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Friday said that it will start hearing the appeals related to Ayodhya case on day to day basis from August 6th. The 3-member mediation panel that was setup by the Supreme Court has expressed that the Ayodhya case cannot be resolved through negotiations. The panel's decision was submitted to the court in a closed envelope on Thursday. The mediation panel was con ...

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    Tamil Nadu – Temple priest and his son killed for opposing encroachment in Karur

    In a shocking incident, a 70 year old temple priest and his son were hacked to death by a gang for opposing encroachment of the lake bed in their village. The incident took place on Monday at Mudalaipatti village near Kulithalai in Karur district of Tamil Nadu. The deseased priest Veeramalai and his son Nallathambi (41) had continously campaigned for clearing the encroachments on the lake in the village. Wh ...

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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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    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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