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Over mechanisation killing employment and purchasing power —Bhagwati Prakash Sharma

$img_title"The Prime duty of our Planning Commission appears to be killing the traditional village entrepreneurship in the name of macro economy. The things that used to be manufactured by village blacksmiths too are now being made by the industrial giants like the Tata and the Jindal. This over mechanisation is increasing unemployment and reducing purchasing power of majority of the population. This is also adversely affecting our economy. After Europe and America, we too are heading towards a serious economic crisis. There is a need to take timely steps to avert it,” said noted Swadeshi thinker Prof Bhagwati Prakash Sharma. He was delivering second Nanaji Memorial Lecture in New Delhi on May 18. Former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and Rajya Sabha MP Shri Bhagat Singh Koshiyari presided over the function. 
Coming down heavily on the wrong policies formulated by the Planning Commission, Prof Sharma said 30-35 people sitting in AC rooms cannot decided the fate of 120 crore people. Referring to the sustainable rural development model evolved by Nanaji he said wrong policies of the government are hindering balanced development in the country. “It is due to the wrong policies of the government that the largest black money stored in foreign tax heavens belong to Indians. It is again the wrong developmental model, which is responsible for the fast decline in the GDP growth,” he said. He emphasised that the people and not the Planning Commission, should decide the policies required at tehsil and district level.
Remembering multifaceted personality of Nanaji, Shri Bhagat Singh Koshiyari said Nanaji thought for all, even for the animals. “Nanaji has proved that it requires balanced thinking for balanced growth,” he added. 

Sangh Shiksha Varga concludes in Arunachal Pradesh

$img_titleThe 20-day Sangh Shiksha Varga of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Arunachal Pradesh unit, concluded at the premises of Abotani Vidya Niketan at Pachin near Naharlagun on May 20 with a demonstration of physical drills by the swayamsevaks. As many as 62 swayamsevaks from 44 places of 11 districts of the State presented various activities like niyuddh, danda, yogasan and mass drill with utmost perfection and satisfaction of all the trainers.
Speaking as chief guest, Shri Tadar Monku, EE, PHED (Capital Division), explained how patriotism and service activities of the RSS helped the society move forward and called upon the swayamsevaks to possess firm will and determination to achieve their goals. 
Everester Shri Tapi Mra explained the swayamsevaks how his determination and readiness to face the challenges and difficulties pushed him to the height of success. Stating that our real identity is the culture and traditions that we have inherited from our forefathers, the guest of honour and State’s first female Everester Tine Mena said we should preserve it at any cost. 
RSS Sahsarkaryavah Shri Krishnagopal opined that success cannot be achieved without firm determination and endeavour.

Sarva Jati Mahapanchayat by VHP against Muslim reservation

$img_titleAgitated over the 4.5 per cent reservation quota granted to Muslims by the UPA government, the leaders of various Hindu castes warned the UPA government to scrap the quota or face the countrywide agitation. Assembled at a Sarva Jati Mahapanchayat organised by the Indraprastha Vishwa Hindu Parishad at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on May 20 they made it clear that no attempt to snatch the rights of the Hindus would be tolerated at all.
Addressing the Mahapanchayat the VHP working president Dr Parvin Togadia said the Central government must scrap the quota in national interest, as the decision is unconstitutional and would pave the way for another division of the country on religious grounds.
Former Union Minister and Janata Party president Dr Subramanian Swamy asked since Muslims ruled India for over 500 years and the Christians ruled for over 200 years, how could they require reservation? Since there is no caste system in both these communities, there is no question of providing them any type of reservation, he asserted. 
‘Hindu Roti-Shiksha Bachao Agitation’ was also launched at the Mahapanchayat, which was addressed by heads of 301 villages in Delhi, Valmiki saint Acharya Viveknath, Acharya Mahendra Pal Arya and Swami Raghavanand. Representatives from Sanatan Dhrama Pratinidhi Sabha, Arya Samaj, Valmiki, Raigar, Khatiq, Jatav, Dhanak Samaj, etc. participated in the function.     (FOC)

Superstar Mohanlal bats for Sanskrit via Samskrit Bharati

$img_titleStanding before the microphone at Vismaya Studio in Kochi, Southern Superstar Mohanlal said: Samsritam kevalam upanayana samskaravataam panditaanaam tatha devasambandhaanaam stotranaam eva bhasha iti ya vadati sa doore tishtatu. Sanskrit was flowing like a river from his tongue that set fire to cinema theatres. Lal was bowing his head once again before the language of the gods, which fills the soul of Indian culture.

After Karnabhaaram, a drama, Mohanlal has devoted himself once again to the cause of Sanskrit through an album prepared by Samskrit Bharati. Shri Lal introduces the songs in this album in Sanskrit itself. Dubbing took place at Vismaya Studio recently.
Mohanlal stood before the mike throughout the dubbing. “It is better to stand while speaking in Samskritham,” he said showing his respect to the language that is still alive. Through this album, the Samskrit Bharati aims to take Sanskrit to the common men and make everyone aware of it.
There are seven songs in Sanskrit in the album. Lal’s job was to give lengthy introductions to the songs. He could pronounce even the not-so-easy sentences. Enquiring and understanding the meaning of each word, Lal reads out the sentences after knowing the soul of the sentence. Surprised with Lal’s performance, both music director BR Shankaranarayanan and Samskrita Bharati general secretary Dr P Nandakumar said in a single tone: “No one will believe if you say you have not learnt Sanskrit.” 
(Raj Puducode in HK)

Four books on Kashmir released

$img_titleJammu-Kashmir Study Centre organised a function in New Delhi on May 9 to release four books on Kashmir. Three books were written by Shri Dayasagar while one was written by Shri Ashutosh. Releasing the books, Shri Ashwini Kumar, editor of Punjab Kesari, said Pakistan has now joined hands with China to snatch Kashmir from India. “Since America is reluctant to continue support to Pakistan on Kashmir, Pakistan has now joined hands with China. The friendship has grown so close that Pakistan has gifted a portion of Karakoram to China and now over 18,000 Chinese army personnel are deployed in PoK. Amidst such threats the new generation of the country is ignorant of the facts on Kashmir. Educating them with all the facts is the need of the hour,” he added. Former Deputy Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha Dr Najma Heptullah, president of the Jammu-Kashmir Study Centre Shri Jawaharlal Kaul, Col (retd) Shri Jayavansh Singh, the RSS Akhil Bharatiya Sahsampark Pramukh Shri Arun Kumar, RSS National Executive Member Shri Indresh Kumar and senior BJP leader Shri Kidarnath Sahni were also present.   (IVSK)

Scrap anti-Hindu Shrine Board—Dr Surendra Jain

$img_title“The Amarnath Yatra Shrine Board is only a service providing agency to the pilgrims and not the administrative authority to take decisions on pilgrimage. It is creating unnecessary controversy over the Amarnath Yatra,” said the VHP spokesperson Dr Surendra Jain. He was speaking at a Karyakarta Sammelan in Jammu on May 20. Accusing the Board for hurting the sentiments of Hindus, Dr Jain said 70 per cent officials in the Board are non-Hindus. He said the Yatra would commence from Jayeshtha Purnima on June 4 and 50,000 Bajrangis would join it. He also criticised the Governor of Jammu & Kashmir for allegedly hurting the sentiments of Hindu community by intentionally reducing the yatra duration.

Speaking on the occasion Shankaracharya Swami Vasudevananda Saraswati said the Yatra should start on the due date as per the Hindu traditions. Swami Rameshwar Das, Mahant of Purani Mandi temple, Mahant Swami Kumar and the VHP State president Dr Rama Kant Dubey also shared the dais. (Khajuria S Kant in Jammu)

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