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On Mahashivratri Modi sings a Christian hymn

The symbolism was not lost on Hindu nationalists. In November 1999 Pope John Paul II arrived in India (November 5-8) for the concluding session of the Asian Synod to deliver the Post-Synod Apostolic Exhortation titled “Ecclesia in Asia” (Church in Asia). The Pope came to India during Deepavalli. At Papal High Mass on 6th November, Pope John Paul II declared, “The first millennium saw the cross planted in soil of Europe, the second in America and Africa. May the third Christian Millennium witness a great harvest of faith on this vast and vital continent”.

Land Acquisition Act: Modi is treading a political minefield

If the results of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections rendered Greenpeace and Ford-CIA manipulated anarchists incoherent with frustration, BJP’s resounding defeat in the Delhi elections gave them back their sense of self-importance and gave them a new lease of life. Magsaysay and other coloured-revolution anarchists with new found confidence have resurfaced to take on Narendra Modi personally and his government over the Land Acquisition Act 2013 and Modi Sarkar’s own amendments which were passed via the ordinance route in December 2014. The first to give voice to this triumphalism was Anna Hazare who said he was delighted that one of his minions was now Chief Minister of Delhi. Jantar Mantar and Ramlila Maidan are now anti-Modi battle fields and Anna Hazare’s fiefdoms.

What is a Conspiracy Theory? What is the Truth?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Source: Global Research, February 05, 2015

Obama is on a hot war footing. Western civilization is allegedly “threatened by the Islamic State”.

Iraq´s Children: Ever Expendable – From Madeleine Albright to Tony Blair and “Save the Childre


“It’s a hard choice, but the price, we think the price is worth it. “ (Madeleine Albright, then US Ambassador to the UN, on the “embargo related” deaths of half a million Iraqi children, 12thMay 1996.)

Debacle in Delhi: Your voters are in India Mr. Modi

The more things change the more they remain the same is a cynical but proven fact of life which found new meaning in the BJP’s humiliating defeat in the Delhi elections. Just to prove how infallible the aphorism is, let me quote the opening sentence of the scathing series I wrote in May 2009 immediately after the BJP lost the Lok Sabha elections. “Karan Thapar accurately summed up the election results in a telling one-liner – while both the Congress and the BJP faced a host of problems until 3 weeks ago, the Congress’ problems dissolved into nothingness while the BJP tripped over them. A truer thing was never said. What Karan Thapar did not say was that while all of the Congress’ problems were external to the party, the BJP’s problems were all from within. Behind Karan Thapar’s one line summary lurked a sordid tale of epic proportions.”

C Umashankar – Christian canker in IAS clothing

Let me begin with a contemporary aphorism – Christians and Muslims, no matter where they are placed and what position they hold, will always serve their religious interests; Hindu intellectuals, politicians and judges in the thrall of Hindu “tolerance” will serve secularism, pluralism and the Indian Constitution, even at the cost of Hindu religious interests. C Umashankar, Christian canker in IAS clothing is no exception to this rule. Umashankar has been on the radar of Hindu nationalists since 2011 when as Special Officer and Managing Director of Co-Optex he removed pictures of all Hindu gods and goddesses from his office citing some high court observation on the issue.

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