Archive | August, 2008

5 Mystries,5 Conspiracies

17 Aug

5 Mystries -5 conspiracies against a country called INDIA.

1.The Partition of India.

Who was responsible for death of 1 million people?What was the cause of partition?Was its Jinnah’s and Nehru’s wish to be Prime Minister? Was it planned by britishers who believed in Divide and rule?

“At the lowest estimate, half a million people perished and twelve million became homeless”

2.Death of Bhagat Singh? Could Gandhi Save him? Was he,Sukhdev and Rajguru really Hanged?

On Singh’s execution, Gandhi said, “The government certainly had the right to hang these men. However, there are some rights which do credit to those who possess them only if they are enjoyed in name only.“Why did not Gandhi fasted to stop hanging of Bhagat Singh.

Secrets unfurled by an Intelligence Bureau Agent of British-India.
“Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev were deliberately hanged in such a manner as to leave all three in a semi-conscious state, so that all three could later be taken outside the prison and shot dead by the Saunders family. The book says that this was a prison operation codenamed “Operation Trojan Horse.”

3.Death of Subhash Chandra Bose.

Why did govenment rejected th truth?
Did bose died?? if yes then where and if not where was he??
Officially, Bose died in a plane crash over Taiwan, while flying to Tokyo on 18 August 1945. However, his body was never recovered, and many theories have been put forward concerning his possible survival. One such claim is that Bose actually died in Siberia, while in Soviet captivity. Several committees have been set up by the Government of India to probe into this matter.

In May 1956, a four-man Indian team (known as the Shah Nawaz Committee) visited Japan to probe the circumstances of Bose’s alleged death. The Indian government did not then request assistance from the government of Taiwan in the matter, citing their lack of diplomatic relations with Taiwan.

However, the Inquiry Commission under Justice Mukherjee, which investigated the Bose disappearance mystery in the period 1999-2005, did approach the Taiwanese government and obtained information from the Taiwan Government that no plane carrying Bose had ever crashed in Taipei. The Mukherjee Commission also received a report originating from the US State Department, supporting the claim of the Taiwan Government that no such air crash took place during that time frame.

The Mukherjee Commission submitted its report to the Indian Government on November 8, 2005. The report was tabled in Parliament on May 17, 2006. The probe said in its report that Bose did not die in the plane crash and the ashes at Renkoji temple are not his. However, the Indian Government rejected the findings of the Commission.
4.Nathu Ram Godse.Why is his book still banned?

5. Death of INDIAN PM Lal Bahadur Shastri-
After the declaration of ceasefire, Shastri and Pakistani President Muhammad Ayub Khan attended a summit in Tashkent (former USSR, now in modern Uzbekistan), organised by Kosygin. On January 10, 1966, Shastri and Khan signed the Tashkent Declaration.The next day Shastri, died of a heart attack at 1:32 AM??

Wait for a lot more.


The Person who killed Gandhi

17 Aug

Nathu Ram Godse.-was the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi.

Every Coin has two sides.Till now we knew a single side about this person.This post attempts to find out about the truths of Nathu Ram Godse.

Nathu Ram was born at the beginning of this century on May 19, 1910.His father Vinayakrao was in the postal service and her mother’s name was Laxmi.Nathuram attended the local school at Baramati up through the fifth standard. Then he was sent to live with an aunt in Pune so that he could study at an English-language school. During his school days, Gandhi was an idol to him.

In 1930, Nathuram’s father was transferred to the town of Ratnagiri. While staying with his parents at Ratnagiri, the young Nathuram first met Veer Savarkar, a proponent of Hindutva.

Nathu Ram along with Nana Apte published a newspaper “Agraani”.

Quoting an abstract from a play based on Nathu Ram describing himself –

“I never stole in my childhood, so there was no question of apologising to my father. I never took a vow of celibacy as I was already practising celibacy. I was moving around the refugee camps and helping the destitute with food and clothes. But I did not wander half-naked because the refugees were naked. I never spun yarn, never cleaned my toilet, never observed silence till I was hanged. There was only one common factor in Gandhi’s life and mine. We were both the cause of each other’s death. He wanted to live for his principles and I was prepared to die for my principles. “

But the interesting part of the biography of Nathuram Godse starts on January 30, 1948. After the assassination of Gandhi.

In a sense, I lived only for 655 days — from January 30, 1948 to November 15, 1949. But January 30 was an outcome of January 13.

The central government had taken a decision — Pakistan will not be given Rs 55 crores. On January 13 Gandhi started a fast unto death that Pakistan must be given the money. On January 13, the central government changed its earlier decision and announced that Pakistan would be given the amount. On January 13, I decided to assassinate Gandhi.

In his words –

“Time is eternal, indestructible. You can turn its pages but never, never tear them out. Gandhi has acquired some position in history which nobody can deny, not even Nathuram. The page will be there forever in fact. Sometime in the future, in some storm, the pages will flutter and there will be that same Gandhi’s page before the world. I don’t refute Gandhi’s theory of non-violence. He may be a saint but he is not a politician. His theory of non-violence denies self-defence and self-interest. The non-violence that defines the fight for survival as violence is a theory not of non-violence but of self-destruction.

The division of the nation was an unnecessary decision. What was the percentage of the Muslim population as compared to the population of the nation? There was no need for a separate nation. Had it been a just demand, Maulana Azad would not have stayed back in India. But because Jinnah insisted and because Gandhi took his side, India was divided, in spite of opposition from the nation, the Cabinet. An individual is never greater than a nation, Nana. But Gandhi has stared considering himself greater than the nation.

on -“Jinnah wanted to be the prime minister..”

But we never opposed a Muslim prime minister. In a democracy you cannot put forward your demands at knife-point. Jinnah did it and Gandhi stabbed the nation with the same knife. He dissected the land and gave a piece to Pakistan. We did picket that time but in vain. The Father of our Nation went to perform his paternal duties for Pakistan. Today, Muslims have taken a part of the nation, tomorrow Sikhs may ask for Punjab. The religions are again dividend into castes, they will demand sub-divisions of the divisions. What remains of the concept of one nation, national integration? Why did we fight the British in unison for independence? Why not separately? Bhagat Singh did not ask only for an independent Punjab or Subhash Chandra Bose for an independent Bengal?

The immediate cause –

“I had written this before. At the time of Partition, when Suharawady surrendered only due to political pressure, but only Suharawady, not his followers…they went on with the massacre. Gandhi started his fast, the Hindus put their weapons down. I still remember that day. A poor Hindu told Gandhi, ‘I am putting down my weapons because I don’t want your death on my conscience but I am staying alone with my family in the Muslim area. That night, before leaving Hyderabad I visited his home. The whole household was screaming, weeping, his only eight-year-old son had been killed by the Muslims. He had no weapon to defend himself. He threw his son’s body on my lap and said, “Take his blood to your Mahatma. Tell him, if he goes on fast again, he can finish it by drinking not orange-juice but my son’s blood.” I could not say anything. Gandhi was the Father of my Nation. For a moment, I was tempted to pull out the Muslims from their homes and chop them down. But I controlled myself. Violence for self-defence is justified, otherwise it is an ill-cultured act. I returned to where Gandhi was staying but he had already left by car. Of course, there would have been no point in meeting him… he would only have prayed for both the killer and the victim.

I am going to assassinate him in the open, before the public, because I am going to do it as my duty. If I do it surreptitiously, it becomes a crime in my own eyes. I will not try to escape, I will surrender and naturally I will be hanged. “

Godse assassinated Gandhi on January 30, 1948, approaching him during the evening prayer, bowing, and shooting him three times at close range with a Beretta semi-automatic pistol.[3] Immediately after this, he surrendered himself to police, rather than running away. He said, “No one should think that Gandhi was killed by a madman”.

The sequence

It was 4.45 pm when I reached the gate of Birla Bhavan. The security staff at the gate was scrutinising the crowd entering and I was a little worried about them. I mingled with a small gorup of people and sneaked inside.

It was 5.10 pm when I saw Gandhi and his close associates coming to the prayer place from his room inside. I approached the passage from where he was likely to climb the steps of the lawn, in such a way that I was covered by a few people. 

Gandhi climbed the steps and came forward. He had kept his hands on the shoulders of the two girls.

The revolver was in my pocket, I released the safety catch. Though Gandhi was surrounded by people I was looking for an opening.

I wanted just three seconds more. I moved two steps forward and faced Gandhi. Now I wanted to take out the revolver and salute him for whatever sacrifice and service he had made for the nation. One of the two girls was dangerously close to Gandhi and I was afraid that she might be injured in the course of firing. As a precautionary measure I went one more step ahead, bowed before him and gently pushed the girl away from the firing line.

The next moment I fired at Gandhi. Gandhi was very weak, there was a feeble sound like ‘aah’ from him and he fell down.

Those who were close to me saw the weapon in my hand. They rushed away from the spot. Gandhi had fallen to the ground, I was standing and the crowd had formed a ring around us.

After the firing I raised my hand holding the revolver and shouted, ‘Police, police’. For 30 seconds nobody came forward and I scanned the crowd. I saw a police officer. I signalled to him to come forward and arrest me. He came and caught my wrist, then a second man came and touched the revolver… I let it go…

“Gandhi used to claim the Partition would be over his dead body. So after Partition when he didn’t die,I killed him. My love for the motherland made us do it. I am not ashamed of it. Gandhi should have been honest to admit that his life was a failure. “

“Right from Pakistan and Bangladesh every Muslim is a converted Hindu. Gandhi’s appeasement attitude (towards the Muslims) went far too much. That was I killed him. Two hundred and fifty thousand Hindus were killed in Noakhali in October 1946. Hindu women were forced to remove their sindhoor and do Muslim rituals. And Gandhi said, ‘Hindus must bow their heads if Muslims want to kill them. We should follow the principle of ahimsa (non-violence).’ How can any sensible person tolerate this? “

(Black out… Sounds of wireless, Hullo, Victor calling. Victor calling… Gandhi killed in firing. IGP and home minister rushing to Birla Bhavan. Inform the PM).

I have just tried to provide unbiased information about the murder of India’s freedom fighter Mohandas. K. Gandhi and his assasin Nathuram Godse.)


16 Aug

India’s indigenously developed multi-barrel rocket system, ‘Pinaka’, was successfully test-fired from the Proof and Experimental Establishment of the Defence and Research Development Organisation.

The sophisticated rocket is an area weapon system aimed at supplementing the existing artillery guns with a range beyond 30 km. Its quick reaction time and high rate of fire gives the Indian Army an edge during low intensity war-like situations.

Earlier, the army was solely dependent upon other countries, mainly Russia for the multi-barrel rocket launcher system, the sources said.

This indigenously designed MLRS is far cheaper than the international competition, costing just Rs 23 million per system. By comparison the American M270 MLRS costs Rs 195 million, and the 9P140 URAGAN of Russia and the ASTROS-II of Brazil each cost Rs 38 million.
Range  7 km – 40 km
Rocket Diameter  214 mm
Warheads  fragmentation high explosive
anti-tank and anti-personnel minelettes
anti-tank bomlettes

Rate of Fire  40 seconds [typically reported]
24-44 seconds [variously reported]

Jets and Tejas

16 Aug

The purpose of this post is to briefly compare the LCA tejas with the the Chinese JF-17 (non biased).

The HAL Tejas is a 4th generation lightweight multirole fighter aircraft being developed by India. It is a tailless,compound delta wing design powered by a single engine.Originally known as the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) – a designation which continues in popular usage.

Limited series production of the Tejas commenced in 2007.

Through the use of modern design techniques, lightweight materials and composites, it is expected to become the lightest modern jet fighter in production.

The principal and most obvious goal was the development of a replacement aircraft for India’s ageing Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 (NATO reporting name ‘Fishbed’) fighters. The MiG-21 has been the mainstay of the Indian Air Force since the 1970s, but the initial examples were nearly 20 years old by 1983.

The Tejas is single-engined multirole fighter which features a tailless, compound delta-wing planform and is designed with “relaxed static stability” for enhanced maneuverability. Originally intended to serve as an air superiority aircraft with a secondary “dumb bomb” ground-attack role, the flexibility of this design approach has permitted a variety of guided air-to-surface and anti-shipping weapons to be integrated for more well-rounded multirole and multimission capabilities


  • LCA is lightest and smallest.indigenously made by INDIA while JF 17 is a joint operation by china and pakistan.
  • Considering the Beyond Visual Range capability of the two fighters, the LCA beats the JF 17 because Pakistan is used to getting the job done with Sparrows and JF 17 is only equiped with SD 10s. LCA is equipped to carry all the next generation missiles that the SU 30mki carries along with the capability of carrying several advanced BVR missiles like AA-10 Alamo, AA-12 Adder, MICA and maybe even Derby. But the main component is the India’s own Indigenous BVR missile, Astra.

quoting from global security

The glass cockpit and hands on throttle and stick (HOTAS) controls reduce pilot workload. Accurate navigation and weapon aiming information on the head up display helps the pilot achieve his mission effectively. The multifunction displays provide information on engine, hydraulics, electrical, flight control and environmental control system on a need-to-know basis along with basic flight and tactical information. Dual redundant display processors (DP) generate computer-generated imagery on these displays. The pilot interacts with the complex avionics systems through a simple multifunction keyboard, and function and sensor selection panels. A state-of-the-art multi-mode radar (MMR), laser designator pod (LDP), forward looking infra-red (FLIR) and other opto-electronic sensors provide accurate target information to enhance kill probabilities. A ring laser gyro (RLG)-based inertial navigation system (INS), provides accurate navigation guidance to the pilot. An advanced electronic warfare (EW) suite enhances the aircraft survivability during deep penetration and combat. Secure and jam-resistant communication systems, such as IFF, VHF/UHF and air-to-air/air-to-ground data link are provided as a part of the avionics suite. All these systems are integrated on three 1553B buses by a centralised 32-bit mission computer (MC) with high throughput which performs weapon computations and flight management, and reconfiguration/redundancy management. Reversionary mission functions are provided by a control and coding unit (CCU). Most of these subsystems have been developed indigenously.

Tejas is India’s a step ahead towards developing next generation fighter pilots.

Big Foot.??

15 Aug

Is it true?? Big foot or Yeti is claimed to be found

Two Georgia men claim to have found in the northern woods of that state something that has been often reported but never proven to exist: a Bigfoot.

They say they have a body, photos of the body, and DNA evidence — some or all of which will be revealed this Friday, Aug. 15, at a press conference in Palo Alto, Calif.

Is it really true.Big foot is also known as Yeti.It has also been sighted in India.

In early March, 1986, the author observed and photographed a large hominid-like animal which was believed to be the Yeti. This remarkable incident occurred by chance during a solo run in the Garhwal Himalaya of northern India, near western Nepal.

“It was difficult to restrain my excitement as I came to the realization that the only animal I could think of which remotely resembled this one before me was the Yeti. My skepticism about the creature’s existence was overturned by this all-too-real creature then in view. It was standing with its legs apart, apparently looking down the slope, with its right shoulder turned towards me. The head was large and squarish, and the whole body appeared to be covered with dark hair, although the upper arm was a slightly lighter color. The creature was amazingly good at remaining motionless, although the bush vibrated once or twice, and when I moved back down to lower ground, it appeared to have changed its head position and to be looking more directly at me.”

Burning Valley

15 Aug

First read the abstract from a true story-  The Rubaiya episode.

It is a short walk to the bus stop from the Lal Ded Memorial hospital in Srinagar. At 1525 hours on a cold Friday, Rubaiya Sayeed, a 23-year-old intern, stepped out on to the Iqbal Park road, turned right, and walked to the intersection ahead. Rubaiya was on her way home to Nowgam. Boarding a local mini-bus, she settled down to what she thought was another routine ride.
At Ram Bagh two men got in. Except for a passenger, it was doubtful whether anyone read anything sinister in that. Certainly Rubaiya did not.
The nightmare began at Bagat Kanipora. Three strangers suddenly materialised beside Rubaiya with guns. They forced her out of the bus into a waiting blue Maruti.
The hour was 1545. It signalled the beginning of a 122-hour drama.

Rubaiya’s abduction was spurred by her father Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s appointment as independent India’s first Muslim Union home minister. He had taken the oath in Delhi on December 2, 1989, just six days before.
Sayeed, who was in Delhi then, came to know of the abduction two hours later. The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, a pro-independence militant outfit, claimed credit for it through telephone calls. Their ransom: the release of five jailed colleagues.
The Vishwanath Pratap Singh government — then in power only for six days — hurriedly constituted a Cabinet subcommittee comprising ministers Arun Nehru, Arif Mohammad Khan and Inder Kumar Gujral. In Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary Moosa Raza formed a special cell to tackle the crisis.
The next day saw frantic attempts to establish contact with the militants. On December 10, they reiterated their demand: release the militants by 1900 hours on Monday or “Rubaiya’s body will be thrown within Srinagar city.”
Negotiations began in earnest with Justice M L Bhat of the Allahabad high court as intermediary. The first deadline came and went; talks continued. Meanwhile, four of the five militants whose release was demanded were brought to Srinagar.
Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah, fresh-returned from an abandoned foreign tour, was dead against giving in. But the Centre had more or less decided to free the militants.

December 13 saw Gujral and Arif Mohammad Khan landing in Srinagar with the prime minister’s orders to release Abdul Hamid Sheikh, Sher Khan, Noor Mohammad Kalwal, Altaf Ahemed and Javed Ahemed Jargar. On Wednesday afternoon at 1505 hours, they were released in Rajouri Kadal in downtown Srinagar.

Zafar Meeraj, a prominent journalist in the valley, received a telephone call an hour later. “We have got our boys,” the JKLF spokesman told him in Urdu, “The girl will be with her parents soon.”

Another hour and Rubaiya was back with her family. “I had left her fate in the hands of the Almighty,” said an overjoyed Sayeed, “She got a fresh lease of life.”

The release of the militants saw great euphoria in Kashmir. “There was no sympathy for Rubaiya. The people were all with the militants,” recollects journalist Aasha Khosa who has spent the last 10 years in the valley.

“The kidnapping was a shock. The security personnel did not have a clue. Till then everyone was treating militancy as a joke. People used to say, ‘hey, my cousin has become a militant, he has a gun now…’ The Rubaiya episode changed all that. It made people realise that there was major trouble in Kashmir.

“When the militants were released there was celebration all around,” she continues, “I have never seen so many people on the streets! They sang, danced and raised anti-India slogans.”

One of the slogans, Jo kare khuda ke khauf, Utale Kalashnikov (All god-fearing men, pick up the gun), was a pointer to how much the situation had deteriorated.

Many say the abduction was the watershed in the Kashmir insurgency. Releasing the militants, this group holds, was nothing short of a blunder.

“Had the V P Singh government not buckled down, things would have been different,” they say, “The JKLF would not have harmed Rubaiya. People felt if they could get this done at gunpoint, then they could get independence too.”

Adds a senior police officer who served in Srinagar then. “The people saw India brought to her knees for the first time. It made them feel that azaadi (independence) was only a short distance away.”

Critics of this theory are plenty, Sayeed among them. They feel the incident was just another link in a long chain of events.

We have killed all the released militants and a few thousand more. Has that in anyway reduced militancy?” they ask, “If it wasn’t Rubaiya, something else would have happened. Tension had been building up for years.”

What are the faults ??

The rulers, their doings

Jawaharlal Nehru

In a symbolic sense, Nehru committed the original sin in Kashmir.
Beneath his suave, scholarly exterior, he was a divided soul, trying to act the international statesman when domestic politics demanded otherwise.
Nowhere was this more manifest than in his bungling on Kashmir’s status in international fora.

It was he who irrevocably compromised India’s position by agreeing to — and repeatedly reinforcing — the principle of a plebiscite. Again, it was he who gave Pakistan a locus standi on the issue. Instead of exposing Pakistan’s de facto aggressor status following its 1948 ‘tribal’ invasion, Nehru inexplicably started casting doubts on the legality of the Instrument of Accession.

Nehru’s duality was evident again in his dealings with Sheikh Abdullah. He alternately blew hot and cold. India’s first prime minister, for all his democratic convictions, was not above having the Lion of Kashmir interred. Subsequently, as though to undo the damage, Nehru would indulge in largesse that was politically unjustifiable and had long-term repercussions.

Indira Gandhi
Though far more hard-nosed than her father, she was also guilty of misplaced magnanimity — and that too at a critical juncture.

India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 Bangladesh war was an ideal opportunity to resolve the Kashmir imbroglio once and for all. But instead of grovelling before her at the Simla talks, Pakistani premier Zulfikar Ali Bhutto subtly turned the tables. In the agreement that finally got initialled, the Pakistanis — thanks to Gandhi’s smugness, and to India’s lasting discomfiture — managed to push in a clause that left the Jammu and Kashmir question “open to [future confabulations] of representatives from both sides”.

As a forceful politician, Gandhi ended the political war of attrition with Sheikh Abdullah. In 1975, she signed the Kashmir Accord. Abdullah’s response was to forget his secessionist politics and disband the Plebiscite Front.

But instead of capitalising on it, Gandhi’s paranoia led her to try and force Dr Farooq Abdullah into a seat-sharing arrangement in the 1984 Lok Sabha election. Her next move was to topple the Farooq government.

By alienating the Kashmiris, Gandhi sowed the seeds of hardboiled militancy that were to erupt a few years after her death — a result, tragically, of yet another Frankenstein she had unleashed in Punjab.

Rajiv Gandhi
As India’s youngest prime minister and darling of the masses, he rushed in where the United Nations and seasoned politicians refused to tread — a fragile status quo.

Without taking ground realities into account, he buried the hatchet with Dr Farooq Abdullah, fatuously believing that this alone would stop the state’s slide into a morass. In the 1987 assembly election, the National Conference, low on popular support, celebrated the Rajiv-Farooq détente by brazenly rigging the polls. If militancy ever had self-doubts, this put an end to those.

Then on, it was ‘Indian dogs go back. ‘

Vishwanath Pratap Singh
He is sure to find special mention in the history of Kashmir. Not just for the fact that the gun culture got a new lease of life during his dispensation, but also because his was one administration that was expected to fare better than Rajiv Gandhi’s in tackling the discord.

Singh did seem set to make a fresh start. He entrusted railway minister George Fernandes with the charge of Kashmir. It was seen as a move to address longstanding issues. And things did look promising till militants kidnapped Rubaiya Sayeed.

That sent the message that this was a weak-kneed government. By then Singh was immersed in saving his government from Devi Lal & Co on one hand and the BJP on the other.

Result: Kashmir slid first into the deep freeze, then the backburner, from where it has almost slipped out of the country’s hands.

P V Narasimha Rao
There were two personas to him when he was prime minister. One, the old man in a hurry, as buttressed by his unshackling of the Indian economy.
The other and more popular persona is PVN the ditherer.
The man with the eternal pout who always felt it expedient to brush problems under the carpet.
With regard to Kashmir, alas, he chose the second persona. If the economy was the biggest achievement of his government, at least in its initial years, then Kashmir could be considered a failure. It was during his tenure that militancy peaked.
The Charar-e-Sharief incident in 1995 showed that his government had no clue to the problem.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Ironically, it is the Hindu BJP that Muslim Kashmir has pinned its hopes on. Specifically, on Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
“If he can go to Lahore, he definitely can do something about Kashmir,” is the sentiment of many, including certain Hurriyat leaders.
However, there are others who feel that Vajpayee would be of no help to Kashmiris. Till recently, Vajpayee hadn’t exhibited much interest in the border state. But,the prime minister seemed to have pulled up his sleeves in the Kargil war.

Zulfikar Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto, Nawaz Sharief

So intertwined is his destiny with the troubled state that all a Pakistani premier has to do to lose his job is show, however slightly, a lack of interest in Kashmir.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the man who lent this aspect an added sharpness. Though he lost the 1971 war to India and saw a major portion of his country break away, he managed the Simla Agreement to Pakistan’s advantage. He believed in severing Kashmir from India, even if it took a ‘thousand-year war’.
Successive prime ministers have shared that sentiment fully, extending their whole-hearted backing to the Kashmiri ‘freedom-fighters’. Benazir Bhutto veered slightly from this, thanks to her Western education. She tried to warm up to India, but was quickly brought to ground by a stint out of power.
Despite the Kargil misadventure, everyone believed that Nawaz Sharief was genuinely trying to improve relations with India. The strongest prime minister since the military started playing an excessive role in Pakistan’s administration, he started believing in his own invincibility, and is now unlearning some lessons.

and what are the solutions??

Forgotten Indian Heroes….

15 Aug

Yes i say he is forgottern.His sacrifice is no less than that of Mahatama Gandhi.If Gandhi is our father of nation than he was real son of our country.His sacrifice was true,with a single aim,that was freedom of country by hook or crook.

Notes of bhagat singh written in imprisonment

Do any hearts beat faster

Do any faces brighten

To hear your foot steps on the stair

To meet you ,great you ,anywhere ?

Are any happier today

Through words they have heard you say ?

Life were not worth the living

If no one were the better

For having not met you on the way

Any known the sunshine of your stay.! “

Some couplets in Urdu

Jfar Admi usko na janiey ga

Vo ho kesa bhee sahibe fahmo jada

Jise aish mein yade khuda na rahi ,

Jise taish mein khofe khuda na raha

Main garon se hargij nahin rota

Kinu ke mere sath jo kush kia

vo mere ashna ne kia

In todays world we have completely forgotten him.We just respect him and feel proud when we hear about him but do we really follow for what he sacrificed.In todays world when a small kid sees a 10 or 100 or 1000 rupee note he will learn about Mahatama Gandhi.Is there no place for Bhagat Singh in Indian currency.Can’t we put one of his pics in 100 or 10 rupee note.It will make our children to know him better and to follow him truely.

Had he lived, Subhas Chandra Bose could have given a new turn to Independent India’s political history. But he lives on eternally in the Indian mind, more famous after his death.

While the Gandhi /Nehru faction of Congress has garnered much of the credit for India’s freedom struggle, it is important to remember that India’s freedom movement was in fact a movement of the masses and there were a number of great leaders with fierce patriotism and  great visionary ideas who sacrificed their entire lives for the nation’s cause. We continue our series on the freedom fighters, on the occasion of Netaji’s 102nd   birthday


By Dr. Jytotsna Kamat
First Online: January 26, 1999
Page Last Updated: June 16,2008

While the Gandhi /Nehru faction of Congress has garnered much of the credit for India’s freedom struggle, it is important to remember that India’s freedom movement was in fact a movement of the masses and there were a number of great leaders with fierce patriotism and  great visionary ideas who sacrificed their entire lives for the nation’s cause. We continue our series on the freedom fighters, on the occasion of Netaji’s 102nd   birthday.
-Jyotsna Kamat
January 26, 1999
India’s Republic Day
Known as Netaji (leader), Mr. Bose was a fierce and popular leader in the political scene in pre-independence India . He was the president of the Indian National Congress in  1937 and 1939, and founded a nationalist  force called the Indian National Army. He was acclaimed as a semigod, akin to the many mythological heroes like Rama or Krishna, and continues as a legend in Indian mind.

The revolution never ends!!!

14 Aug

61 years to freedom…61 years of development.We had moved ahead,leaving behind all over problems.But we must still consider the problems that we must take care of.Its our country.India has developed a lot in past few years,major of the development is in field of economy.But we still have to tackle some of the problems which we are ignoring for several past years.

  1. Poverty in india.-Still 27.5% of the population was living below the poverty line in 2004–2005.The current %age may be around 22% or more.But its still a huge population when we calculate 22 % of 1,129,866,154 (estimated population)it comes out to be 248 570 554.Its not solely govenments duty to eradicate poverty.Its over duty.Donate.Teach.Love and Help.That’s what is needed to eradicate poverty.
  2. Jai Jawaan Jai Kisan-Yes its Time.Its time to return to the basics.Jai jawan jai kisan.Recently due to a boom in real estate many farmers have sold their farms to real estate developers and left farming.Thats due to negative policy developed by government and helped in increasing inflation.The net sown area in 1971-72 was 46% of total land which dropped considerably to 44%.India has to review its policy for that.Moreover india needs to strengthen their defense considerably.
  3. Tackle Terrorism the hard way.-Its time.We expected lot being quite,being rigid.It has reached its peak and now its time we should tackle it.We all know prevention is better than cure.And we have to stop killings of people not by teaching them to stop opening of unattended boxes,but opening heads of terrorist that do that.We have power but i feel that our leaders dont have.Its is time to do this and we must do this.
  4. Strong Foreign Policy-India has to be strong in her foreign policy.We got every thing and need not to bow our heads against others be it anything.We are blessed by GODS.We have number 1 human resource, we have great minds and we must have self respect.Let us allow others to us.
  5. Strong Law-We need to make our law a bit stronger,faster and impartial.We can learn from USA which uses Jury,who are common citizens with no judicial background.We must not allow persons with criminal background to participate in elections.We must have a deadline for a case.That will help a lot in developing our country

Worship wins over Violence

14 Aug

Quoting from a news more here.

“Undeterred by the violence and tension that have created deep divisions in Jammu and Kashmir, the two-month-long Hindu pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave shrine is drawing to a peaceful end – helped no less by Muslims at every step.”

Muslims have acted as porters, guides and hosts to more than 600,000 Hindus who have this year undertaken the arduous trek to the Amarnath cave temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the Hindu Trinity, in the south Kashmir Himalayas.

This year the number of pilgrims has been record-breaking, an official said, adding that in 2003, a record 500,000 pilgrims had visited the temple shrine when the pilgrimage was first extended to a two-month period.

The moral of this news is that neither muslims nor hindus residing in kashmir hate each other.With several years of their coexistence they always have walked arms in arms.This all hatred is spread and supported by pakistanis in name of islam and Independence of kashmir.

It is a step by step progression to root kashmir out of india.We have to do something to stop this.

Getting Ready for next World War

14 Aug

Yes It is most possible.We all know about the famous predictions by Nostradamus.He predicted

During the appearance of,The Bearded Star,the three

greatest princes will be made
enemies. The shaky peace on
earth will be struck by fire
from the skies. Po, The
winding Tiber, a serpent placed
on the shore.” C2 Q4

MABUS will soon die,
Then will come a horrible
slaughter of people and animals
At once vengance revealed coming
from a hundred hands
“Thirst and Famine when
The Comet shall pass

Now let us understand what he said.”During the appearance of bearded stars” now let us the calculated event in 2012 that is (click here for details)

So either the appearance is of the comet or of solar eclipse.The possibility is of comet.Now next thing is “three princess will be made enemies and shaky peace on earth will be struck by fire.”The comment shaky peace on earth will be struck by fire defenitely points to a war.Shaky peace as we can see with current set of world events heading to American-Iran,Indian-Pakistan,Georgia-Russia etc.Now the point to note is that “three princess will be made enemies”.The question is who are these three princess.It may be Osama,Bush,Obama etc.

The three princess may be of countries like USA,China,Russia,UK,France,Iran,Italy etc.

Next he says -“Po, The
winding Tiber, a serpent placed
on the shore”

Po– is a river in italy which formes a delta.

Tiber – is again a river in Italy ,general meaning is Water.The meaning can be drowning of shores due to probably melting of the polar caps due to fire stated earlier meaning war and use of missiles etc..

The next thing is MABUS.It is quite simple to quote MABUS .Most of think it is Barack Obama,or OsaMa-Bush.The next lines describe the effect of possible destruction.Then Nostradamus says..

Then the second angel sounded;
and something like a great
mountain burning with fire was
thrown into the sea, and a third
of the sea became as blood;
and a third of the living creatures
in the sea died and a third of the
ships were destroyed.”

This means 1/3 of world was engaged in war and was in the destruction end.Now we all know that

The various denominations of Christianity account for about 1/3 of the world’s population.

It may be islam also as it is also 20%.””It may be accounting of Christian-Islamic war??””(may be).

If we closely see the prediction it is definitely pointing towards the be prepared..