Archive for March, 2010

Hyderabad a Victim of Deep Conspiracy. Why the Inteligence has failed ?

March 31, 2010 5 comments

Hindu Family in Old City look at the massive procession on the occassion of Hanuman Jayanti, surprised to see themselves from where this people have come. Hindus and Muslims suffer at the hands o deep conspirators to advance their agendas, of divide and hate, disturb the noral life in A P. The Indians suffer and the dividers party.

Is Hyderabad, a victim of some conspiracy, this is not communal violence this is goondaism, by external elements who are not residents of Old City or New City. They have a plan to implement, and they are powered by the money, muscle, and evil intentions, and possible inroads in circles of authority, with a plan to destabilize the conditions working for their masters in disguise.

This is so organized and quick the police is not able to really keep the movements under check and it is scattered and spread.  And the plan is linked and designed to fall in midst of two religious functions and sentiments attached to make it look like religious intolerance by two communities.

I am witness to the sites where few small arguments erupted on last Saturday over placing, and removing of flags by two communities this was only a reason designed to trigger and put to action a plan to disturb and damage the peace and property and life in the effected zones. The people affected are from all communities, and even people of other states staying or who were on move for some purpose in the affected areas.

Where is the religious tone, why would it, the tone is induced by the miscreants to make it look like a resistance or provocation by opposite sections. And poor common man of any section a common Indian sometimes reacts in the spurt of the movement not realizing the real enemy of both sections, and enemy of peace, and safety of innocent people and property public and private. Read more…

Old City spent a tense night. Hope Today will be normal.

March 30, 2010 4 comments

The Old city's peace distrubed for more than three days now. Prayers and efforts are on to bring back normalcy.

The police clamped indefinite curfew in 17 police station limits of the old city from 7 pm on Monday as a safety measure after two days of violence.

One person was killed and two were stabbed on Monday, after which the police took the decision to impose curfew for the first time after December 2003.

The commissioner of police, Mr A.K. Khan, said, “when curfew is in vogue, no one should come out of their houses.”

Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code, that prohibits assembly of more than five persons, was imposed vogue in Asifnagar, Goshamahal and in Cyberabad. All processions have been banned in Cyberabad. Section 144 also prohibits carrying of arms, lathis, sticks and other instruments that can be used as weapons

Mr Khan said curfew was imposed after incidents of stabbing were reported from two to three places. “As communal elements are taking over the situation we had no option,” Mr Khan said. Read more…

Categories: Police

Sania Mirza to Wed Shoeb Mallik and Settle in Dubai.

March 30, 2010 8 comments

Pak Cricketer, Shoeb Mallik will wed Indian Tennis Sensation Sania Mirza,

Hyderabad, March 29: India’s ace tennis player, Sania Mirza is to marry Shoaib Malik, the former cricket captain of Pakistan. The wedding has been scheduled within a month.
“The couple will be based in Dubai, where Shoaib is a resident and Sania will continue to play tennis once she recovers fully from the serious wrist injury,” Sania’s father, Mr Imran Mirza, told this newspaper on Monday.
Sania is understandably excited about her marriage. “My wedding is, Inshallah, going to be the biggest day of my life,” the 23-year-old said, adding, “I have been in constant glare for too long and would appreciate the privacy at this very personal moment in my life.”
In a statement, Shoaib vowed to support Sania in her career. “I fully understand what it takes to be an international sportsperson and I will support Sania in her career as long as she wishes to play,” the cricketer said, while confirming the news.
Sania recently broke off her engagement with Mr Sohrab Mirza, a childhood friend. Shoaib was involved in a controversy over marrying Ms Ayesha Siddiqui, a Hyderabadi. Ms Siddiqui is also known to Sania’s family.
“Representing India at the 2012 Olympics is very important for her and I will be the proudest husband if she can win a medal for her country,” Shoaib added.
Sania, a former top-30 player, is planning a comeback just before Wimbledon in June. “I hope to be fully fit to represent India in the Commonwealth and Asian Games that are scheduled for later this year,” she said.
Imran, who has coached Sania through her career, observed: “This is a unique case where the husband and wife will represent their respective countries in sport.”

Categories: Sania Mirza, Shoeb Mallik

Curfew after 7 pm, in Old City of Hyderabad, Centre Sends 1800 Paramilitary Personnel.

March 30, 2010 Leave a comment

Police gaurds Old City of Hyderabad hit by clashs between two communities from last three days.

Worried over the communal clashes in Hyderabad, the Centre has rushed 1800 paramilitary personnel to the trouble-hit city to help local police to restore peace.

About 400 Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel have already reached the Andhra Pradesh capital while 400 more RAF personnel are being airlifted from Ahmedabad and Coimbatore.

“We are also sending 700 additional CRPF and 300 CISF personnel to Hyderabad to assist local police in handling the situation arising out of the violence,” a Home Ministry official said.

At least 36 people were injured in stone-pelting and 70 others taken into custody after the clashes between two communities in the old city that erupted last evening.

Prohibitory orders were clamped in 18 police stations of south zone and four police stations of Goshamahal division of west zone of the city.

“The situation continued to be tense,” the official said.

SC refused to interfere with HC order, granting bail for accused Sajjan Kumar of Congress.

March 29, 2010 2 comments

Sajjan Kumar Senior Congress Leader accused in 84 Sikh Massacre in Delhi post Indiraji's Assasination by a Sikh body gaurd.

he Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the Delhi High Court order granting anticipatory bail to senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases.

“We are not inclined to interfere with the Delhi High Court order,” a bench headed by Justice P Sathasivam said.

The court pointed out that the background of the case is peculiar and considering all the circumstances, there is nothing wrong in grant of anticipatory bail.

The court dismissed the petitions filed by families of the riot victims.

Giving a political colour to the case, senior advocate and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad, who appeared on behalf of one of the petitioners, submitted that the victims of 1984 riots should be given equal treatment like that of victims of Gujarat riots.

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Anju Gupta nailed lies of Pariwar. Now What Advani Ji ?

March 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Anju Gupta, IPS Officer who Nailed the lies of Pariwar. Now what Mr. Advani ?

It took a Brave Lady  like Anju Gupta a Senior Police Officer after 20 years of silence, to nail the lies of the BJP,   L K Advani Ji, and the Sangh Pariwar exposed of its heinous Crime committed in the name of Religions and Hurting the sentiments of whole Nation and disrespecting the constitution and law of the land.

The Brave and upfront officer Ms Anju Gupa, and IPS Office, did not hesitate and did not think twice to speak truth and nothing but truth while deposing her statement to the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court in Rae Bareli.

She said “” L K Advani gave a “Joshila” (Fiery) speech from the dais, repeating over and over again that” Mandir Yahin Banayenge (The temple will be build right here) and according to her this electrified the kar sevaks.

Ms. Gupta Said she was present on the dais for a substantial part of the six hours it took to raze the “Disputed Structure.

“Though this time not once did she see Mr. Advani, or the other leaders present on the makeshift Ramkatha Kunj Manch order the kar sevaks to halt the demolition. Instead they made merry, hugged each other as each dome of the 16th Century monument fell and distributed sweets. Read more…

Shining Stars,Obama & Rahul

March 26, 2010 1 comment

Rahul Gandhi, on way to see his Vision for Change as reality with the support of Indian Youth.

Rahul Gandhi ji,  is a force which is like the one which emanated in United States of America in the year 2008, a star started to shine, with a definite vision, backed with a golden heart which could hear the pain and the language of the beat of a suffering disadvantaged American, irrespective of Religion, Color, and Caste.  The star to shine on the horizon the galaxies was a humble but, intelligent, humorous, but firm and assertive like a volcano.  I mean my own, Barack Obama, the new voice of the poor, and suffering people of America, and the progressive youth, of America.

He promised change and he kept his promise. He won as President, took tough measures to pull the economy back on track in most adverse condition, still pushing.  He promised a Health care Bill to make health affordable for each American.  He is my angel and his speeches are like songs of hope, inviting breeze of prosperity for US people.

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SC allows AP’s Muslim quota order. MEC India, thanks AP Govt, and SC.

March 25, 2010 1 comment

4% Reservation upheld, by SC. Backward Muslims of AP appreciate the SC Observation and thank the state Govt.

In a significant judgement, the Supreme Court today permitted Andhra Pradesh to provide four per cent reservation in jobs and education for backward members of the Muslims but referred to a special bench the issue of its Constitutional validity.

Lifting the stay on the AP government’s decision, a three-judge bench of Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan, Justice J M Panchal and B S Chauhan said “since it involves important questions of Constitution, we are referring the matter to a Constitution bench” for hearing in the second week of August.

As many as 14 Muslim groups identified as socially and educationally backward sections by the State Backward Commission would now be eligible for the benefit.

“Government is of the view that certain sections of the Muslim community are socially and educationally backward.

“That is what Change looks like” Said Obama.

March 24, 2010 Leave a comment

Moment of Victory, making President Obama, more determined and strong to face the challenges ahea, one of them Peace in MIddle East . Our best wishes are with you Mr. President.

As many Americans on the East Coast got ready for bed at the end of the weekend, the House of Representatives cast the votes needed to make President Obama’s health care proposals a reality.

President Obama spoke to the American people shortly after the bill’s passage March 21, “this is what change looks like,” he said. The bill, which has dominated much of the president’s domestic agenda, has gone through months of work in Congress.

One of the most significant health care reforms in decades, the bill provides more affordable health insurance options, the White House says. Among the provisions, it creates an insurance purchasing pool that will help uninsured Americans select among competitive insurance options. It also provides tax credits for small businesses that purchase health insurance for their employees. It requires most Americans to have health insurance or face fines. (This New York Times graphic shows how it will impact Americans.) Read more…

Categories: Health Care Bill, obama

Obama makes History “Health Care Bill Passed” Yes he can.

March 22, 2010 1 comment

House members hold up signs toward a crowd protesting the health reform bill in front of the Capitol on Sunday.

Washington (CNN) — The House passed on Sunday the Senate’s health care reform bill and a package of measures meant to reconcile differences between the Senate bill and the one it passed last year.

Here’s the latest on what’s happening:

11:48 p.m.: President Obama says that the House’s vote on health care “wasn’t an easy vote but it was the right vote.”

Speaking from the East Room of the White House, the president, who made health care reform a priority for his administration, said the vote wasn’t a victory for a political party but for the American people.

Obama said the reform plan won’t fix everything wrong with the nation’s health care system, “but it moves us decisively in the right direction.”

11:30 p.m.: The House has passed the package of fixes meant to reconcile differences between the bill the House passed last year and the Senate bill it passed earlier Sunday night.

Those vote was 220-211. Read more…