Bhau Rangari Sarvaj

Bhau Rangari Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal and Shrimant Dagduseth Halwai Ganpati Mandal, Miss Pune Festival competition, 2017 See Anushka Sharma,com/e737iInn69 — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 1,23 crore. After Indira Prime Minister of Guyana,” he added. it was the captain," Modi said to loud cheers.He added that decades ago when India discussed terrorism nobody paid heed The BJP veteran recalled how during a visit to the US years ago American officials argued that terrorism was a law and order problem But all this changed after the 11 September 2001 attacks in the US and the 2008 Mumbai carnage that left 166 people dead "Terrorism knows no religion no boundaries" Modi said effigies of Ravana had been burnt for centuries on this day but "we should rededicate ourselves today to demolish the evils within us as well" Dussehra Modi said also meant to do away with 10 evils within humans and kill the Ravana within that raises its head in the forms of dishonesty greed filth blind faith and ego He urged people to fight against female foeticide "If for bringing dishonour to one Sita Ravana can be burnt for ages why not fight against killing girls in wombs" RSS chief disputes Modi says gau rakshaks not anti-socials RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday backed cow vigilantes and asked the government not to equate them with anti-social elements contradicting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stand on the Hindu bovine activists Nagpur: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in new uniform with other volunteers on the occasion of their foundation day and Vijaya Dashami in Nagpur on Tuesday PTI "There are some people who are dedicated to cow protection It is part of the Directive Principles of State Policy" Bhagwat said in his annual speech on Vijayadasami marking the 91st foundation day of the RSS — the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) ideological mentor "Gau rakshaks operate under the law The administration must keep (this) in mind Those who break the law shouldn’t be compared to gaurakshaks" the RSS chief said at its headquarters in Nagpur Bhagwat’s remarks contradict Modi’s August speeches when he said that 70-80 percent of them would be found involved in anti-social activities which no society can approve of Gau mata hai aur iska kaam karne wale saare gau rakshak saare bhale log hai jo kanoon samvidhaan ke andar rehke kaam karte hain: Bhagwat pictwittercom/rRhKv6vdFS — ANI (@ANI_news) October 11 2016 Modi in his two speeches — in Delhi and Telangana — advised states to act against such activists after a nationwide outcry over high-handedness by cow vigilantes on Dalits in many states including in Modi’s home state Gujarat Bhagwat didn’t quite agree He said cow revered by Hindus was to be protected by the law and "gau rakshaks perform an important service" He called cow protection a "sacred mission" that would "continue and gather momentum" despite "grave provocations" The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh chief also spoke at length on various issues including Kashmir and the army’s surgical strikes in Pakistan-administered Kashmir He said Pakistan was encouraging separatists in Jammu and Kashmir and demanded strict action against those indulging in violence in the Valley which is battling over three months of the deadliest unrest in years Phir ek baar puri duniya mein Bharat ki sena ki pratishtha unchi ho gyi Upadravi ko sanket mila ki sehen karne ki maryada hoti hai: Bhagwat pictwittercom/2mDVh7Boio — ANI (@ANI_news) October 11 2016 "Miscreants" in Kashmir were being encouraged by the forces from across the border Bhagwat said praising the BJP government and referring to the 29 September cross-border raid by the Indian Army that killed an unspecified number of terrorists and dismantled seven terror launch pads "Our army has shown great courage under this government The government took a commendable step Our borders should be guarded and well managed" Bhagwat also expressed concern over social inequality and casteism saying an ongoing RSS survey in this regard had thrown up alarming findings For instance he said a detailed survey of 9000 villages in Madhya Pradesh had shown that in 40 percent of them backward castes and Dalits face discrimination on temple entry in 30 percent villages they are not allowed access to water sources and in 35 percent villages they are barred from using the crematorium "The Swayamsevaks are working on this They have started helping our SC/ST brethren to claim the benefits guaranteed to them under the Constitution and ensure that the government and administration disburse the funds allocated for their welfare" Bhagwat said He said it was shameful if people were insulted or subjected to physical torture "because of one’s wrath over a trivial issue or one’s superiority complex" — a reference to anti-Dalit incidents in the country "It also facilitates the divisive forces to tarnish the country’s image and slow down the momentum of good social welfare activities being carried out all over" Thackeray blows hot and cold at BJP in Dussehra rally Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the recent surgical strikes across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and simultaneously dared the state BJP to break its alliance Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray addresses during the party’s annual Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park in Mumbai on Tuesday PTI Addressing the party’s golden jubilee Dussehra Rally at Shivaji Park Thackeray said after the surgical strikes he called up Modi and told him that "this is the Narendrabhai we want –go ahead we are with you" "But there were some in the Congress even Rahul Gandhi and others who demanded proof of the surgical strikes. How can you raise doubts on the Indian Army and its soldiers who sacrifice their lives for you" Thackeray thundered Blasting the doubters he said: "They are the children of Pakistan. They don’t have the blood of Bharat Mata in their veins but the gutter waters of Lahore and Islamabadand such muck must be thrown away" Training guns on the BJP’s Maharashtra unit he said people from that party regularly raise their heads and make suo moto statements that they would not contest the upcoming civic polls jointly with Shiv Sena We don’t say that all Muslims are against us but those who live here but favour Pakistan we are against them: Uddhav Thackeray pictwittercom/p7wcgVQmaD — ANI (@ANI_news) October 11 2016 "Two years ago a 25-year-old friend (BJP) had backstabbed us. Now decide who is your leader stand before us and break the alliance — Then we will give you a taste of our ‘surgical strike’ here" he warned Dwelling on the issue of reservations he said reservations should be considered given not on basis of caste but on economic considerations "Give reservations to Marathas we are all for it. But don’t give reservations to the Muslims . not on religious grounds but as an economically-backward segment. My father and my grandfather had to drop off from school only because they lacked financial resources" he urged Reiterating the party’s stand on opposing Pakistan the Sena chief said that it was the only party which consistently demanded a ban on the neighbouring country’s cricketers artistes or actors in India "Our brave soldiers shed their red blood on the borders… and here we roll out the red carpet for the Pakistanis. why" he asked Referring to the demand from certain quarters on amending the act for atrocities against Dalits and tribals Thackeray said if it indeed being misused then it should be amended and those found guilty of misusing the act should be punished Earlier he said that the Shiv Sena which was born at Shivaji Parkhad crossed a major milestone of 50 years after huge struggles and sacrifices of its workers and will continue to do so for many more years With inputs from agencies Rahul Gandhi and former prime minister Manmohan Singh too joined the festivities and burned effigies at?

heart," Modi said in his ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio address. and the need to protect them. as well as saving trees and saving birds. The strategy The Sangh for its functional ease has divided UP into kshetras, there are many Dalit fence-sitters,Is it pure insensitivity on the part of the Congress top brass where they have no idea what the people at the grassroot level are going through?Or is it merely the ivory tower syndrome?by at least two eye-witnesses of the riots,as being present in the mob outside Gurudwara Rakabganj in New Delhi that attacked the devotees on 1 November? there was no report of attackers being arrested. as The Hindu reported the next day.

please work with such enthusiasm on the ground for whole of the state. Today? as? the lone Muslim face in Modi’s Cabinet,is the only minister to take oath on Sunday whose ministry was not shuffled As he continues to work for the upliftment of minority communities Naqvi said "Our aim is to make a ‘New India’ which is inclusive of the poor the down-trodden and other weaker sections of the society I will try to fulfil the responsibilty that the prime minister has entrusted me with" Nitin Gadkari: Minister of Road Transport and Highways Minister of Shipping Minister of Water Resources River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation As Nitin Gadkari replaces Uma Bharti as the MinisterofWater Resources River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation his primary task will be to deliver on Bharti’s promises While critics say significantprogress was achieved in irrigation under Bharti work towards cleaning the Ganga and water reforms fell far below expectations Among Gadkari’s immediate tasks will be taking forward a move to enact a law for cleaning the Ganga on which there has been sluggish efforts after a committee headed by Justice (retired) Giridhar Malviya submitted its report last May reports say Uma Bharti: Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation After being shunted out of theMinisterofWater Resources River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation for little progress on the Ganga cleaning project Uma Bharti will now head the Ministry ofDrinking Water and Sanitation a key part of the prime minister’sSwachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Although Bharti’s job will be mainly restricted to funding and overseeing implementation by the states her ministry’s role will be vital in making the country 100 percentopen defecation-free by 2019 and eliminate manual scavenging Ram Nath Kovind M Venkaiah Naidu and Narendra Modi pose with new members of Cabinet after the reshuffle PTI Here are a few of the new faces who took oath as Ministers of State on Sunday: Alphons Kannanthanam: MoS (Independent Charge) Tourism MoS Ministry of Electronics & IT With the latest mid-year Economic Survey noting that India has a lot of potential for tourism that is yet to be explored Alphons Kannanthamam a former diplomat has his job cut out?s legislature.protest for all? In recent monthsthousands have taken to the streets either to defend or to oppose the bill The question is being debated fiercely in homeson social mediaon talk showsand has split France into two A veritable Twitter war is raging on gay marriage and adoptionan issue that conservative Catholic Spain voted into law in 2005 Francea country that in the past was a pioneer in the field of human rightswhich enshrined libertyequality and fraternity as its national motto and which has always taken great pride in its socially progressive measureshas been strangely backward in legalising gay marriage Since 1999same-sex couples have benefitedfrom the PACSa civil union pact that conferred somethough not allof the rights of marriage Howeverthe right to adopt a child together has continued to elude same-sex couplesthough gay people can adopt individually This right to marry and adopt would be a constitutional acknowledgement of equality for gay people and is of great importance for the gay communityeven those who are personally against the institution of marriage Recognising the need for this measurePresident Francois Hollande made extending the right to marry and adopt to same-sex couples a part of his election manifesto Though Hollandes government has reneged on many of his electoral pledgesit moved swiftly in this case A bill to legalise same-sex marriage and adoption was introduced by the prime minister in November 2012 In spite of stalling tactics adopted by its opponentswho tacked on some 5000 amendmentsmost of them ridiculous and outright absurdthe bill now looks set to become law But the issue of same-sex adoption has stirred up a hornets nest of protestsvituperative diatribeviolence and even gay bashing Opponents are mostly from the extreme right and rightbut they do cover the whole political spectrum and include some strange bedfellows: staunch Roman Catholicsevangelical ChristiansMuslimssocial conservativesagnosticsatheists The glue that binds such diversity together isin this casenot so much opposition to same-sex marriage as opposition to adoption by same-sex couples Opinion polls have shown that though a majority of French people are in favour of same-sex marriagea clear majority also have reservations on adoption by same-sex couples All opponents cannot be categorised as homophobic Two underlying fears define their stand The first is the fearoften not explicitly statedof the heightened risk of child sexual abuse and the secondopenly voicedis the negative repercussions of homoparentality on a childs psychosexual development Research has shown that these fears are unfounded Parental sexual orientation does not negatively impact parenting aptitudechild adjustment or sexual orientation The American Psychological Association has stated that research indicates no increased risk of child sexual abuse The American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) as well as two French associations of paediatricians have come out in favour of legalising gay marriage and adoption Extending support to families in all their diversity,co/A4SHSHxDJ4 — Tusshar (@TusshKapoor) March 5, who is currently busy with his film Drive under Dharma Productions, with the passengers evacuating the coach while the train was still moving.” “You’ve got to prioritise whether it’s Test cricket.

the Modi government speaks on triple talaq? But, Dhruva had been initially speculated to be released on December 2 but was pushed back by a week. in Flushing Meadows as an analyst for Eurosport, he started out when Indira Gandhi was already 50-years-old. Gandhi was in the higher realm of the Order of Precedence of the Government of India, reports The Indian Express." reports The Times of India. DMRC will launch free Wi-Fi services on all operational Metro stations and trains.” the DMRC said.

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