Discussion in 'Politics & Society' started by A chauhan, Oct 4, 2015.
are they innocent?
Or court asked for this?
That's not the right response, sir. The right response is "chalo acchi baat hai, maar gaya saala".
No one knows the reason for suicide, just some random person. I don't even know if it's a guy or a girl. I just read the headline "one JNU student commits suicide". I didn't need any extra details to start celebrating.
you intolerrent , communal , blood thirsty anty freedom of speech bhakt
India already became bhakt when Jinnah was not allowed to be the PM
sonia ji wont show mercy on you for this get ready
Britshit Presstitute off-topic.We are blindly following presstitues either National or international
This is Highlight Finally Sanghis learned some tricks
Ladies&Gentle man in Bengal MINORITY means 30% Terrorist cult not 4% other religions.(Same as entire India but this minority business high in Kerala&Bongal where their ratio is 30%)
wtf is that now?
Ire Land needs freedom from UK... they should care about their internal matters. If we start reporting about UK then they will have no place to run.
1 Billion tweets against UK, would cause serious trouble for them.
do read this entire thread and follow @Kabirsinghn on twitter.
Modi striking a blow right in the heart of the vampire. Expect the noise to increase, now he is messing with the wrong people.
No, he is doing the right thing. he should have been doing this from the get go. He would not have had to defend himself then, as whole nation was behind him in 2014, when the house is a bit fragmented. If he had cleared the shit a year back, the noise would have been louder by now, but would have lost its power by 2018 - and the resurgence would have been far less venomous than it is going to be.
The rNDTV should be drowned in the deep sea by the end of this year. That would send a message.
If 1 billion tweets do take place against them then in response UK politicians might give citizenship to Lalit Modi & Vijay Mallya.
their paisa is in swiss bank not UK bank .. so no point of such citizenship.
How is that going to happen if top union ministers keep travelling to NDTV/ IBN studios for giving exclusive hour long interviews to them? Even the army chief had a show with Barkha Dirt. Why give them a lease of life by giving them more content to draw audience if they are indulging in hostile propaganda against the nation and army? deny them the content, snuff out their oxygen.
Why was this necessary? Is it the case that the niche target audience of NDTV happens to be nationalists who would be inspired to join the army after watching this interview? NO! there was absolutely no need for this extravaganza. The kind of irresponsible reporting that this bitch has done during every single event of national significance be it Kargil or 26/11, there should be a 'look out notice' against her in all defense offices which says 'look out for this bitch'. Why give interviews to her?
Well rNDTV has been booked for a 2000 cr case by Ed. Slowly modi is going to kill this bitch news channel by legal way.
N Korea recently found a American NGO worker masquerading as a student; This is how they straightened him out.
This is how we should deal with NGOs in India.
There is an i teresting article and a very good report on economic times. It explains how anti hindu scenario actually works. What are the pressures from foreign and what are internal pressure.
How pro Hindu ahenda affects the foreign policy of India. How NRIs abroad uses their card of anti Hindu propaganda throuhh lobbying in senate, parliament and assemblies.
Can you post the link if u find pls
NEW DELHI: India on Monday termed as 'unfortunate' letter written by US Congressmen to the PM on religious freedom in India and emphasised that any aberrations are dealt internally through independent judiciary, autonomous National Human Rights Commission, vigilant media, and vibrant civil society.
"We have seen the letter written by some Members of the US Congress to the Prime Minister on religious freedom in India. It is unfortunate that these Members of Congress while applauding India as a pluralistic society with a longstanding commitment to inclusion and tolerance have chosen to focus on just a few incidents," MEA Spokesperson Vikas Swarup told media.
Pointing out that India is proud of its status as the world's largest democracy, Swarup noted, "The Indian Constitution guarantees fundamental rights to all its citizens, including minority communities. Aberrations, if any, are dealt with by our internal processes which include our independent judiciary, autonomous National Human Rights Commission, vigilant media, and vibrant civil society."
The Government is fully committed to the Constitutional principles which underpin the nation of 1.25 billion people as a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, the spokesperson underlined.
In the letter to Modi last Friday 34 US Congressmen wrote: "Our strong support of this partnership (India-US partnership) encourages us to relay our grave concerns about the increasing intolerance and violence members of India's religious minority communities experience."
We urge your government to take immediate steps to ensure that the fundamental rights of religious minorities are protected and that the perpetrators of violence are held to account," according to the letter.
The letter by The Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, a bipartisan caucus of the House of Representatives, was signed by eight senators and 26 members of the House, from both parties.
It refers to a June 2014 ban on "non-Hindu religious propaganda, prayers, and speeches" in their communities imposed by 50 village councils in Bastar, Chattisgarh, which it says has effectively "criminalized the practice of Christianity for an estimated 300 Christian families in the region".
The letter also said the "nearly country-wide beef ban is increasing tensions and encouraging vigilante violence against the Indian Muslim community".
The letter also highlighted the death of two Sikh men in October during protests over the desecration of the religion's holy book, Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
Rusticate Kanhaiya Kumar, recommends top JNU panel
JNU had on March 11 revoked the academic suspension of eight students including Mr Kumar.
New Delhi: A high-level committee of the Jawaharlal Nehru University has recommended rustication of students union president Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and two other students for their alleged role in a controversial event last month at which anti-national slogans were raised.
Sources said a decision on the recommendation will be taken by vice-chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar and chief proctor A. Dimri.
The report was discussed at a meeting of the university top brass, following which the varsity issued showcause notices to 21 students including Mr Kumar and Mr Khalid, who were found guilty by the panel of having violated university rules and discipline norms.
The committee was formed on February 10 to probe the event organised to protest the hanging of Afzal Guru, the Parliament attack convict. Mr Kumar, Mr Khalid and Mr Bhattacharya were arrested on charges of sedition in connection with the programme. Mr Kumar was released on bail from Tihar on March 3 while the other two remained in judicial custody.
JNU had on March 11 revoked the academic suspension of eight students including Mr Kumar. It was decided to keep them under suspension from academic activities till the inquiry was over. They were allowed to stay in the hostels.
Does it matter what this stupid panel says?
I am hearing panels from my childhood, with zero record in execution of their reports.
Nothing happens with two or more nationalistic people here and there rising voice. Everyone has responsibility.
Our Judiciary gave him bail irrespective of his crime. No hope there.
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