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D-136/23
Aug 23, 2014
06:50 PM

Whatever Anwaar and Bi saroja say BUT THEY CAN'T WISH  AWAY THE FACT THAT TEESTA SPENT R

s1.6 MILLIONS ie Rs ONE CRORE AND SIXTY LAC VIA HER CREDIT CARD .

THE MONEY WAS MEANT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HINDU-MUSLIM RIOT VICTIMS.

CREDIT CARD IS HER PERSONAL ACCOUNT AND WELFARE FUNDS COULD NEVER SHOULD HAVE BEEN UTILIZED VIA HE PERSONAL ACCOUNT.

Modi's hand or Hinduvata plot has no meaning here .They did not and could not transfer Public Funds with Teesta in her Credit Card Account.

FARUKI,BI SAROJA ,TEESTA AND Co. can't and can never cover these facts which indicates serious frauds done by Teesta.


SO TO SAY MODI PLOT IS ITSELF A FRAUD TO COVER UP THE FRAUD OF TEESTA !!

DID MODI TRANSFER THE FUNDS THE TYEESTA'S CREDIT CARD ??

There are still Rs 5.5 crs LEFT which Teesta is refusing to account for in addition to 1.6 crs she spent via her Personal Credit Card.

I NEVER KNEW THAT TO BE A SECULAR ONE HAS TO SUPPORT THE FRAUDS TOO !!!

Now instead of straight forward explanation my friends will post a few links having no justification or details of the Expenses by Teetsa JUST to skirt the issue .

That is the SECULAR WAY OF COVERING STEALING OF PUBLIC MONEY !!

ashok kumar ghai, Mumbai
D-135/2
Aug 23, 2014
06:37 PM

May I ask one factual written history based   question to Rajnath Singh.?

In 2002 after the state sponsored genocide pogrom  masterminded by the then Gujarat Chief Minister,  Indian Prime Minister AB Vajpayee , despite knowing  that the CM was against  his visit to Gujarat   after such a   world renowned   CALAMITY, he was all the more   determined,  like a GREAT STATESMAN,  to visit Gujarat and speak directly to  the CITIZENS  at  a public function. Once again  Modi's 'mastermind '  went into  his   blessed real talent . In order to humiliate  and  shame Vajpayeeji  in front of the Gujarati population,  Modi spend lavishly to arrange the thinnest possible  crowd  to attend PM's public meeting  and  even bribed and insigated the  thin crowd to leave the venue  as soon as  the PM started to speak, just after the Gujarat Chief Minisers's  speech.  Indian Prime Minister left Gujarat  to Delhi only after conveying  his appreciation   to  Modi  for his excellent  talents  he  masterminded   in   the 2002  GENOCIDE POGROM    as well as  the PUBLIC MEETING  FIASCO POGROM .

  Since the PM and the CM  belong to the BJP,  I hope Rajnath Singh can give his  personal opinion on this EVENT   without the fear of being BEHEADED.  !!!

teekaypee, kerala
D-134/8
Aug 23, 2014
06:26 PM

Islamist Rana Ayub, is among those dishonest, communal writers whose plan A was 

1.Modi is a RSS pracharak. He has surrendered to RSS,.

That did not work politically so the Plan Bnow

2. Modi is disloyal to RSS and not listening to them and betraying them

to sow discord .

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-133/7
Aug 23, 2014
06:16 PM

Ms Rana Ayyub seems to have stepped into the shoes of her esteemed predecessors, Saba Naqvi and Prarthana Gahilote. The same conspiratorial tone, the same unrestricted access to confidential "information" emanating from the highest echelons of the RSS. 

We do not know "Who's Inside the Sanctum Sanctorum" but we sure know that someone at Outlook is  receiving  live updates on what's happening in there.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-132/3
Aug 23, 2014
06:00 PM
"Soon after independence, Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah..." ..- ... This is a gross distortion of history since the foundation of "Pakistan" lay in the hands of Bengali Muslims and Jinnah cannot be regarded as the true figure for founding Pakistan. Remember in 1946, East Bengal Muslims were 48 millions and the Muslims of the western states (area of present Pakistan) of the British Raj was 28 millions. Jinnah as the leader of the Muslim League did not initially have the numbers to make Pakistan. Just like the Sikhs who also wanted their "Khalistan" could not make up the numbers for their state. It was only when the East Bengali Muslims agreed to have a Muslim nation the decision was made to create Pakistan. Jinnah cunningly hi-jacked the formation of Pakistan to become its "founder" and what a founder. From day one there was struggle for holding power in the newly formed state between the East Pakistanis and West Pakistanis. The East Pakistanis rightly felt that that was not the Pakistan they wanted and never accepted Jinnah as their "founder" or Messiah !. The Bengalis regarded Jinnah as a big bully. Jinnah's perfidy hit the roof when he banned the Bengali language since it derived from Sanskrit and is written in Devnagiri script. Jinnah considered it as a Hindu language. History has shown how the creation of Pakistan has gone. ... The "original Pakistan" is in reality today's Bangladesh..... Thus the statement ascribed to Jinnah ... "he expected India and Pakistan to live alongside each other like Canada and the United States" ... is just null and void, no one in his right senses could accept it other than a big bluff. It could well be, in the long run of history, Bangladesh will survive as a majority Muslim nation and be the winner as the real "Pakistan", whereas who knows how the present Pakistan ends up as a Jehadi nation.
Pinaki S Ray
Adelaide, Australia
D-131/6
Aug 23, 2014
05:55 PM

Poor Anwaar, he is forgetting how many of his co-religionists celebrated (without hiding their face) after 9-11 attack.  And who knows how many of them will celebrate after the death of Sulman Rusdie. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-130/3
Aug 23, 2014
05:53 PM

There is no merit in the suggestion that we should be talking to the army chief. That is against the grain of our own governance structures. Pakistan's PM is better positioned to heed and address the concerns of GHQ than anyone in India could possibly be. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-129/2
Aug 23, 2014
05:46 PM

It is to Mian Nawaz Sharif's great credit that he did not try to cosy up to the army when it was falling out of love with the PPP government. He understood, as Imran Khan does not, that strengthening the legitimacy of a democratically elected government is more important to Pakistan's future than who gets to rule for a few years. 2. It may not be entirely correct to believe that PM Nawaz Sharif has been gravely undermined by recent events. Security related issues would in any case be finally decided in consultation with the army, so no new space has been conceded. Allowing Musharraf to spend the rest of his life in exile may be more politic than bringing him to trial for treason. 3. The fact that the army does not enter the cockpit, as it has done recently in Egypt and Thailand, is good for Pakistan. When India feels the time is opportune, it might wish to resume the stalled dialogue with PM Sharif. There is no merit in the 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-128/2
Aug 23, 2014
05:44 PM

Of cource, we don't hear anything about our soilders' response.  We obviously cannot do what Israel would do and go to war with Pakistan because of these violation. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-127/1
Aug 23, 2014
05:17 PM

For many years, the cease fire along the LoC held, saving lives on both sides.

ashok lal, mumbai
D-126/3
Aug 23, 2014
05:16 PM

"Go and convince Al Baghdadi or Al Zawahiri or Hamas that such acts are Islamic."

I meant the opposite - " ......that such acts are NOT  Islamic. 

Sorry for the inadvertent error.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-125/2
Aug 23, 2014
05:05 PM

"There are no words in the Quran that justify suicide missions...........None of your three quotes from he Quran is about suicide. Why then are you surprised when I call you a moron?"

Isn't that hairsplitting, squabbling over semantics, just as is expected of a good fundamentalist, to focus on the word and not the spirit?

The Japanese glorified kamikaze, the Americans called them suicide bombers, the Arabs call them Fedayeen. What's in a name?

Anwaar may vehemently deny with admirable tenacity but the fact remains that the very verses and hadiths that he is dismissive of are the ones that are used to motivate young men and women to strap themselves with explosives or drive vehicles laden with high explosives and embark on one-way trips to paradise.

Nothing useful is served by trying to convince "morons" like me. Go and convince Al Baghdadi or Al Zawahiri or Hamas that such acts are Islamic.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-124/2
Aug 23, 2014
04:51 PM

“Could there be a ‘BETTER & BIGGER PLAN’ to ‘PLAN BIGGER & BETTER’ for a body who ‘PLANS’ to turn the country ‘BETTER & BIGGER’.”

Rajneesh Batra
New Delhi, India
D-123/6
Aug 23, 2014
04:45 PM

No news in media of a car accident by drunken Basterds resulted in 1 death & 6 injured. Must be kins of some media honcho.

dinesh chauksey
BHOPAL, India
D-122/5
Aug 23, 2014
04:41 PM

“It doesn’t matter if somebody’s ‘SHADOWS’ is ‘OVER SHADOWING’ other ‘ACTUAL STATURE’, because ‘SHADOWS’ keep changing their sizes but the sizes of ‘REAL STRUCTURE’ remains same – so MODI-SHAH Combine should not be a cause of worry for RSS, NITIN, ARUN, or SUSHMA.”

Rajneesh Batra
New Delhi, India
D-121/3
Aug 23, 2014
04:32 PM

“Sometimes ‘Losing the Heritage Quotient’ becomes essential for ‘Progress’; for example ‘FERMENTATION’ is a bad property, but you can’t prepare ‘CURD & ALCOHOL’ without causing it.”

Rajneesh Batra
New Delhi, India
D-120/4
Aug 23, 2014
04:29 PM
anybody who thinks the status quo in India is acceptable is either a johollawallah or casteist. The two are often interchangeable
MK Saini
Delhi, India
D-119/3
Aug 23, 2014
04:22 PM

(1) This is a good article, an eye opener. We find that many Indians and also other foreigners who visit China, which I suppose is a guided tour of some cities in that country, are ready to sing praise forgetting the ground realities of suppression of dissent in China. (2) I am told that even the non-government organizations which function in the country have to limit their activities to specific areas. (3) There is government machinery which is ruthless and, as mentioned in the article, there are income inequalities of huge magnitude. Perhaps there are millions from rural China who are really second class citizens, as they are deprived of facilities which the city dwellers enjoy. (4) The Chinese Communist government is a repressive and no right thinking democrat will support such government, as the cost of development is entirely borne by hapless ordinary citizens without any voice. (5) The right wing political parties in India and European countries as also fundamentalist organizations in Muslim countries must introspect and give up their preference policies which favour giving draconian and overriding powers to the State and government machinery.

Narendra M Apte
PUNE, India
D-118/59
Aug 23, 2014
04:21 PM

D.L.Narayan, >>>> "Just look at your comments over the past 24 hours. Such naked hatefulness"

>> "Did I target any individual?"

Irrelevant! You targetted Islam. And your hatefulness was blatant and frenzied. You are a disgrace! ANWAAR, DALLAS, UNITED STATES

No matter who you are, wherever you live, you cannot criticise Islam. Muslims think their religion was created by God and hence every verse in that is true today as it was 1400 years ago. No amount of logic or evidence will make them change their mind. 

Talibans and mullahs take the literary meaning of those verses, some of those verses are quite violent and intimidating, and are against others who does not follow Islam. Very few, understand their contextual meaning. 

By taking religion too far, Muslims are doing irrepairable harm to themselves. But Muslims do not care. They are more interested in the after life than this life. Who will tell them that heaven and hell does not exist anywhere, it is only in the minds.

george
london, United Kingdom
D-117/1
Aug 23, 2014
04:18 PM

"Chennai exudes a special kind of energy that you won’t find in any other city in India"

Wonder what kind of 'special energy' the women leader means?

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-116/2
Aug 23, 2014
04:16 PM

The main challenges faced by India ( and not in China ), are:

1.a failed judiciary,2. religionism, 3.feminit worship, 4.crony-capitalist-corruption and 5.poor education.

If Modi improves these,( In fact if he can rectify even one of the above ) he does not need a China to copy.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-115/4
Aug 23, 2014
04:13 PM
Last week it was the danger of Hindu majoritarianism, which implies the BJP party is marching as one, and is an organic arm of the Hindu majority. This week its the danger of Stalinism. ....... what will it be next week?
MK Saini
Delhi, India
D-114/1
Aug 23, 2014
04:10 PM

In India, males enjoying sex is a big no-no. Unless they pay a heavy price for it.

As for the girls, being highly sought after, any guesses on what they could be asked to pay, for membership?

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-113/14
Aug 23, 2014
04:07 PM

Journalism is such a occupation if you want survive you must become tout From very baggining journilst  do business of massengerthatis another name of tout.So how can reader hope make his  opinion on any issue.

Ramesh Raghuvanshi
Pune, India
D-112/4
Aug 23, 2014
04:06 PM

It has been found that a prohibition policy to disallow consumption of alcoholic drinks hardly succeeds, although it may succeed to a certain extent in reducing the number of beginners. Hence, a better approach to reduce consumption of alcohol by citizens would be in the form of (a) increased VAT on sale of all liquors, and (b) regular public education campaigns that widely publicize ill effects of drinking alcohol. Since certain ailments like heart, liver diseases, diabetes etc, are closely linked to drinking of alcoholic drinks, it would be better if premium on all insurance policies, particularly medical insurance policies, is loaded with what may be called a ‘drinking alcohol surcharge’. Further, the liquor manufacturers can be asked to pay a surcharge on VAT so that they too share a part of cost of treatment of citizens who suffer from drinking related ailments.

Narendra M Apte, PUNE
D-111/2
Aug 23, 2014
04:05 PM

Arrogance runs in the Gandhi family gene. Period.

In Nehrus times, this actually worked to the advantage of the Congress. The media monkeys built the aura around the arrogant feminit, Indira.

But the Queen Heiresses corruption scandals having become exposed, this arrogance 'aura' is unlikely to win any more popularity within India in the near future.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-110/1
Aug 23, 2014
04:01 PM

After their unsvoury experience with pus*y whipped cream, Muted Singh, Indians have learnt to distrust any 'Commission', as the members only enjoy the perks.

Modi has done the correct thing in doing away with this dinosaur, but he has a huge task at hand now - to prove that Planning is safe under his control ( which is what a 'think tank' really means - to carry out the PMs orders ).

One way to make it work, is to prevent women specific waste of funds and finance. Will Modi be firm in this? Unlikely.

...

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-109/1
Aug 23, 2014
03:58 PM
How dare they!! If you are blinded by the Nehru Gandhi clan, you might find it shocking or newsworthy. Pedigree, lineage is not enough
MK Saini
Delhi, India
D-108/1
Aug 23, 2014
03:56 PM

"They remain a courteous and gracious people, and have not yet picked up the abrasive habits of the north or the west."

Sums it all up in one sentence.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-107/2
Aug 23, 2014
03:56 PM
Why data is not for all Indicators ?
Rajesh Goel
Hisar, India
D-106/2
Aug 23, 2014
03:54 PM

A very complicated, long winded passage on a very simple city called Chennai.

Does Outlook not employ good authors who write plain, understanable english anymore?

Or was she asked to write all names relating to Chennai, from 'sambar' to 'Subramaniam Samwy' in her one article? Or does it insist on female authoresses, whatever the cost?

Very poor show, Outlook!

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-105/3
Aug 23, 2014
03:54 PM

People elected Modi for development if he will not fulfil promise people will throw him in dustbin in next election.He konw this truth so he nver surender to whim of RSS

Ramesh Raghuvanshi
Pune, India
D-104/1
Aug 23, 2014
03:50 PM
Why the data is much older ? Is it due to VM's political biasness ? Any one can note that VM's Ideology is against BJP . He prefers to talk about beef but remains silent on pork , Why? When he comes on television he debates as a best spokesman for any political party which is in opposition to BJP but who cares?
Rajesh Goel
Hisar, India
D-103/1
Aug 23, 2014
03:39 PM

I never  read most laughabe article in my llife.Is this histrical dacument  or wishfulfil  fantsty?Writer either buffoon or  idiot.He never learned elementry history of Germany and fully ignornt  the psyche of Hitler.Request him please check your  mind with some  doctor.

Ramesh Raghuvanshi
Pune, India
D-102/1
Aug 23, 2014
03:28 PM

 
Geeta Doctor, a casual mention of the 'Mount road Vishnu' might have brought
more positive vibes, to this story. No mention of 'The Hindu' and equally forgetting
the 'idli sambaar', in a  Chennai story is Bleeding me!!!
But still the story gets a spontaneous 'SUPER' comment the Tamilian make often in
an appreciative gesture!!!







 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-101/1
Aug 23, 2014
02:51 PM

What could be more fitting than a memorial in the cradle of democracy to a man who brought freedom and liberty to the largest group - barring the Chinese - of oppressed people in the world, almost entirely through peaceful and constitutional means ? It would also be a very civilised way for the empire to say sorry for the many sins of colonialism, to the martyrs of Jalianwala Bagh and the countless brave young men who went smilingly to the gallows. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-100/1
Aug 23, 2014
02:32 PM

Two points, one specific to this column, the other generic. 2. The world has changed since 2008 and the commodities cycle has turned. The industrial landscape is littered with projects that will likely not be completed, because they are no longer viable, or commissioned even after completion because, say, gas is not available as fuel for a power plant. The collateral damage is huge sums of money lent by public sector banks, which will turn into NPAs. 2. The new land acquisition law is dead in the water. Private industry will have to be told to catch its own fish, with government authorities, at best, facilitating the transaction. There is a lot of wasteland. Even if its location is far from ideal, it will have to be used for industry, even future urbanisation. There are a hundred smart cities waiting to be built. India will be unable to spare rich, three crops a year land for non agricultural use for very much longer.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-99/3
Aug 23, 2014
02:13 PM


Saudis Must Stop Exporting Extremism: By ED HUSAIN (NYTimes)

ISIS Atrocities Started With Saudi Support for Salafi Hate

Let’s be clear: Al Qaeda, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, Boko Haram, the Shabab and others are all violent Sunni Salafi groupings. For five decades, Saudi Arabia has been the official sponsor of Sunni Salafism across the globe.

Most Sunni Muslims around the world, approximately 90 percent of the Muslim population, are not Salafis. Salafism is seen as too rigid, too literalist, too detached from mainstream Islam. While Shiite and other denominations account for 10 percent of the total, Salafi adherents and other fundamentalists represent 3 percent of the world’s Muslims.

Unlike a majority of Sunnis, Salafis are evangelicals who wish to convert Muslims and others to their “purer” form of Islam — unpolluted, as they see it, by modernity. In this effort, they have been lavishly supported by the Saudi government, which has appointed emissaries to its embassies in Muslim countries who proselytize for Salafism. 

What is religious extremism but this aim to apply Shariah as state law? This is exactly what ISIS (Islamic State) is attempting do with its caliphate. Unless we challenge this un-Islamic, impractical and flawed concept of trying to govern by a rigid interpretation of Shariah, no amount of work by a United Nations agency can unravel Islamist terrorism.

Saudi Arabia created the monster that is Salafi terrorism. It cannot now outsource the slaying of this beast to the United Nations. It must address the theological and ideological roots of extremism at home, starting in Mecca and Medina. Reforming the home of Islam would be a giant step toward winning against extremism in this global battle of ideas.

www.nytimes.com/2014/08/23/opinion/isis-atrocities-started-with-saudi-support-for-salafi-hate.html

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-98/1
Aug 23, 2014
02:08 PM

Sometimes feel the dove is the most threatened species on the sub continent, but will continue being one to my last breath. Europe has seen even longer lasting and more bloody enmities but has now fashioned the EU. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-97/2
Aug 23, 2014
01:59 PM

MOHAN BHAGWAT IS RIGHT: INDIA IS A HINDU NATION

1. Hindus shouldn’t make the mistake of considering Indian-Muslims any different from the Pakistan-Muslims. If India may dare to attack Pakistan, then 25 crore Indian Muslims will join Pakistan Forces and fight against India. (Asaduddin Owaisi, Member of Parliament, MIM, Hyderabad.)
2. In Hyderabad, our Muslim population has crossed 50%, and now we are in majority. Therefore I demand the Administration to impose restrictions on celebration of Hindu festivals such as Ram-navami, Hanuman Jayanti etc. In the Bhagya-Lakshmi temple, near Char-Minar, we have already shown our strength by stopping the ringing of the Bell/gong. We Muslims will ensure that this temple is also destroyed. (Akbaruddin Owaisi, Sansad, Majlis-e-Ittehadul-Musalmeen, (AIMIM), Hyderabad, India.)
3. Hindu-Leaders may wear a Muslim cap any number of times, but we Muslim-Leaders will never put a Tilak. Let Hindus may give any amount of respect to our Namaz, but we Muslims will surely boycott “Vande Matram”, because in Islam both Secularism & Patriotism are haram (prohibited/unclean). (Azam Khan, Leader, Samajwadi Party, U.P.)
4. In the face of our strength (might), Hindus are not able to build even a single Ram-Temple in their own country. Do Hindus have the spunk to even stall the construction of a Mosque in Saudi-Arabia, Pak or any one of the 56 Islamic countries? (Maulana Sayyad Ahmad Bukhari, Shahi Imam, Jama Masjid, Delhi.)

Read full article here -

www.indiafacts.co.in/mohan-bhagwat-right-india-hindu-nation/

Mohan
Adiipur, India
D-96/1
Aug 23, 2014
01:57 PM

Peace with Pakistan may not come in our lifetimes, but that should not be for want of effort. There is, fortunately, no binary choice between dialogue and keeping our guard up. 2. Ab thoda kam ho gaya hai, with growth falling to 4.5%, replaced in the double digit bracket by inflation, but when the sun was really shining upon our fair land, there was a great deal of condescension in our attitude to our neighbour. It would implode, fall off the map as a failed state, even as we would sink comfortably into our permanent seat at the UNSC. 3. South Asia now far surpasses sub Saharan Africa as the world's largest agglomeration of people in want. Making peace with Pakistan was never about Punjabi sentimentality. It remains an imperative of our times.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-95/1
Aug 23, 2014
01:42 PM

Wonderful column, follows some inspired reporting from the ground. Sreenivasan Jain is the thinking man's TV personality. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-94/1
Aug 23, 2014
01:39 PM

Both Imran and Qadri are power hungry and self-deluded megalomaniacs!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-93/1
Aug 23, 2014
01:38 PM

There is always a price tag. Sometimes wonder what the cost would have been if the visionary Comrade Deng had not made the far reaching changes he did. China would have been several multiples of North Korea. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-92/58
Aug 23, 2014
01:29 PM


Saroja,

>> "You are doing the same to Hindus equating hindutvawadis to Hindus."

You are right. Here is the corrected version:

"Hindutvawadis have found a new caste to hate and discriminate against, thanks to the RSS! The new Dalits are called Muslims. Seems Hindutvawadis just can't feel good about themselves unless they have some group to look down upon!"

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-91/1
Aug 23, 2014
01:19 PM


> "The Amit Shah-Modi combine has even marginalised the RSS"

The RSS will get what it has coming! Paranoia in government circles is clearly palpable. Modi is a control-freak, reminds one of Stalin.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-90/57
Aug 23, 2014
01:12 PM

>>Hindus have found a new caste to hate and discriminate gainst, thanks to the RSS! The new Dalits are called Muslims. Seems Hindus just can't feel good about themselves unless they have some group to look down upon! - Anwaar

Anwaar, you have shown yourself to be no better than a sanghi. The Sanghis are quoting verses out of Islamic text to blame the present day Muslims for every atrocity conducted by any Islamist. You are doing the same to Hindus equating hindutvawadis to Hindus.

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-89/3
Aug 23, 2014
01:04 PM

Mohan,

Thanks for posting Tufail Ahmed's article. I agree with him.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-88/8
Aug 23, 2014
01:02 PM

Aun Jaitley is wrong, utterly wrong.

He should have said it was a big incident because  Brahman girls do not face rape. 

Adalit Speaks, NOIDA
D-87/5
Aug 23, 2014
01:01 PM


The trend has been that the fringe Hindu groups soon become the mainstream Hindu groups. Saffronite voices in this forum were considered fringe groups not so long ago.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-86/56
Aug 23, 2014
01:00 PM

Anwaar,

STOP

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-85/117
Aug 23, 2014
12:56 PM


Saachbolo,

>> " Anwaar .... gives a view to the infidel about the workings of 'word of allah mind' or 'koranic mind'."

You truly are a moron if you think I am expounding on Allah's wods or the Quranic mind. All I am doing is answering your lies and trying to defend against the hate war that you guys have started in this forum. Instead of being ashamed of waging your hate war in a forum in which both Hindus and Muslims participate you want to make ignorant comments about my role in it! The sangh machine has truly destroyed your brains and made zombies out of you.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-84/7
Aug 23, 2014
12:55 PM

David Rukstables (Tokyo)

Yes, you are correct. Because she was a Brahman girl, the whole community jumped to agitate and others joined to hype it. In this country media, besides bureaucracy, police judiciary, parliament  and assemblies are dominated by Brahmans. So they speeded up investigation, prosecution and trial leading to capital punishment in record time. The amendment to Juvenile Justice Act was effected to  appease and placate the Brahmans only. Her parents, sadly but actually, become celebrities. The media seek everytime their bytes. 

But the Brahmincal clans and their supporters  are so shameless as  they do not think of innumerable rapes cases of lesser mortals who do not get justice. 

The government has, we hear, built a Bhawan to be named after this Brahman rape victim. Her parents have been provided flats, huge pecuniary compensation from official funds  and public charity. They are now rich men.

When Abhijit Mukherjee, MP and a Bengali Brahman said that 'dented and painted women' had hit the streets to agitate following the Brahman's  he was strongly criticized though he was fully correct in his observations. He was severely criticised in the media because a Brahman adversely attacking agitationists in support of a Brahman victim was unexpected.

Whenever Brahman is involved in anything this country think it has to open a new chapter there with them in focus as chapter. 

Adalit Speaks, NOIDA
D-83/55
Aug 23, 2014
12:47 PM


Saachbolo,

>> "Hindus acknowledge past wrongs and continued lingering discrimination based on caste."

Hindus have found a new caste to hate and discriminate gainst, thanks to the RSS! The new Dalits are called Muslims. Seems Hindus just can't feel good about themselves unless they have some group to look down upon!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-82/54
Aug 23, 2014
12:42 PM


Saachbolo,

>> "'Houris' (virgins ) , promised to the faithful by God in heaven, there arejust too many to post."

None authentic. The Quran does not promise any houris. The Hadiths have many stories even crazier than this one, but Hadiths were just collections of hearsay gathered over 200 years after Muhammed's death.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-81/33
Aug 23, 2014
12:37 PM
RSM, Delhi
D-80/133
Aug 23, 2014
12:32 PM


Saachbolo,

>> "How do you "fight and slay" for Allah's cause ? What is that cause ?

These words apply only to the battles when Muhammed and his followers were viciously attacked. To use them wantonly now would be as evil as using Krishna's words to Arjun now. Killers like al-Baghdadi, Osama bin Laden and the L-e-T goons do not need any words from the holy books to do their killing. They would find some justification or another for their heinous deeds.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States