Sunday, September 22, 2013

Scams in Nehru dynasty

1 Jawaharlal Nehru 1947–1964
1.1 Jeeps scam
1.2 Cycles scam
1.3 BHU scam
1.4 Mundra scam
1.5 Teja loan scam
1.6 Kairan scandal
2 Lal Bahadur Shastri 1964-1966
2.1 Biju Patnaik corruption
3 Indira Gandhi 1966-1977
3.1 Maruti controversy
3.2 Indian oil scam
3.3 A R Anthule corruption
4 Indira Gandhi 1980-1984
4.1 Churhat lottery scam

5 Rajiv Gandhi 1984-1989

  • 5.1 Westland helicopter scam
    5.2 HDW submarine scam
    5.3 Bofors scam
    5.4 Boeing Air India scam
    5.5 Saint Kits forgery
    5.6 Indian Airlines controversy

    6 PV Narasimha Rao 1991-1996

    6.1 Solamki scam
    6.2 Harshad Mehta scam
    6.3 Indian Bank scam
    6.4 Sugar imports scam 1994
    6.5 MS Shoes scam
    6.6 JMM bribery scandal
    6.7 Lakhubhai Pathak scandal
    6.8 Sukhram corruption
    6.9 Fodder scam
    6.10 Urea scam
    6.11 Hawala scam
    7 Manmohan Singh 2004 till present
    7.1 Oil for food scam
    7.2 Satyam scam
    7.3 Madhu Koda corruption
    7.4 MHADA flats scam
    7.5 Siachen army ration scam
    7.6 Cash for votes scam
    7.7 IPL scam
    7.8 Sukna land scam
    7.9 2G scam
    7.10 Karnataka landscam
    7.11 Commonwealth games scam
    7.12 Adarsh society scam
    7.13 ISRO Devas scam
    7.14 Pune landscam
    7.15 Telephone exchange scam
    7.16 NTRO scam
    7.17 Coal mines scam
    7.18 NRHM scam
    7.19 Tatra defence procurement scam
    7.20 ENI scam
    7.21 KG basin oil scam
    7.22 Reliance Power scam
    7.23 Agusta Westland scam
    7.24 Thorium scam-  

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Is he guilty ?

Once there lived an old and pious man, renowned for his honesty. day his neighbor, a rich merchant comes to him with a request. The merchant was leaving on a voyage and wants the old man to safeguard his wealth, until his return. The old man agrees and with God as witness promises to protect and safeguard the merchant’s wealth.

The old man then entrusts the safe keep of the merchant’s wealth to his son, from whom he takes an oath of propriety and honesty. Slowly the son starts dipping into the merchants wealth, people notice this and warn the old man of the son’s misdeeds. The old man calls his son & asks him to explain, he also reminds him of his oath on following the right path. The son rubbishes the accusations as rumors and the idle gossip of jealous people, who could not bear to see his prosperity. The old man accepts the son’s explanation and things go on as before.

The merchant returns and demands his wealth. The old man calls his son, who hands over a quarter of the merchant’s wealth saying that is all there was. The merchant realizing that he has been cheated approaches the King. The King listens to the merchant’s complaint and summons the old man. The old man comes to the court with his son and handing him over to the King says “your majesty, the merchant is right. My son has confessed to the crime. Please punish him.”

The king has the son flogged and imprisoned. He then praises the old man's honesty and dismisses the case.

But the merchant demands punishment for the old man saying, “I have still not received justice. I had entrusted my wealth to the old man which he swore by God to safeguard. The old man’s integrity is intact, but what of me, I have been robbed of my life’s savings and made a pauper. It was the old man’s decision to entrust my wealth to his son for safekeeping. As far as I am concerned the old man is the culprit, and should be punished.

The old man, was neither a party to the theft nor did he benefit from it. In fact, he had sent his son to jail. Yet, the merchant was asking for the old man’s punishment.

The Betal asks Vikramaditya, “What should the Kings decision be?”

Vikramaditya’s replies, “Though the old man is innocent of the actual theft, he is guilty of dereliction of duty. The son’s crime was a straight forward one, the old man’s was a graver crime. He did nothing to protect the merchant’s wealth. Far from being vigilant he failed to take action even when he was warned of his son’s misdeeds. Because of his laxity the merchant is condemned to a life of penury. He should be punished.”

India 2010, Dr. Manmohan Singh, esteemed economist, former Governor of RBI, Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission, former Finance Minister, a man whose personal ethics and integrity are unblemished, takes oath to protect and safeguard the Nation and its assets. He appoints Raja, as his Cabinet Minister for IT & Telecom.

Unlike the story, this heist of a precious national asset is carried out in full view of Dr. Manmohan Singh and his cabinet colleagues. Newspapers across the country cry out at this outrage in front page headlines.

The Indian Constitution grants the Prime Minister absolute power in running the country. As per the Transaction of Business Rules the Prime Minister has the unrestricted right to demand and get any file, any record from any Ministry. Dr. Man Mohan Singh could have at any time stopped this heist of a National asset, yet he chose to remain silent. The Minister’s failure to exercise his constitutional rights has caused irreparable loss to the Nation.

Dr. Singh did not profit personally from Raja’s shenigans, but his failure to act, to honor the oath of office, to protect and safeguard the nation and its wealth is unforgivable. Like the old man, he has sacked Raja from his ministerial berth, but does his culpability end there.

The people of India had entrusted their faith and the future of the Nation in Dr. Singh, believing him to be a man of integrity and honesty, and not to Raja. Does dismissing Raja absolve Dr. Singh or like the old man is he guilty of dereliction of duty and failure to safeguard the Nation and its citizens. Does he deserve punishment?

To the 2G one can add the CWG, the Coalgate, the Railgate, the Vadragate and many more! It is for the Indian citizen to decide.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Control over Indian Media

NDTV: A very popular TV news media is funded by Gospels of Charity in Spain supports Communism. Recently it has developed a soft corner towards Pakistan because Pakistan President has allowed only this channel to be aired in Pakistan. Indian CEO of NDTV Pranoy Roy is co-brother of Prakash Karat, General Secretary of the Communist party of India. His wife and Brinda Karat are sisters. Brinda is wife of Prakash Karat.

India Today : Which used to be the only national weekly which supported BJP is now bought by NDTV!! Since then the tone has been changed drastically and turned into Hindu bashing.

CNN-IBN: This is 100 percent funded by Southern Baptist Church with its branches in all over the world with HQ in US.. The Church annually allocates $800 million for promotion of its channel. Its Indian head is Rajdeep Sardesai and his wife Sagarika Ghosh.

Times Group: Times Of India, Mid-Day, Nav-Bharth Times, Stardust, Femina, Vijay Times, Vijaya Karnataka, Times now (24- hour news channel) and many more………

Times Group is owned by Bennet & Coleman. The ‘World Christian Council’ does 80 percent of the Funding, and an Englishman and an Italian equally share balance 20 percent. The Italian Robertio Mindo is a close relative of Sonia Gandhi.

Ananda Bazar – Telegraph Group: Previously focusing in the strong patriotic values and termed as the vision of the Bengali intellectuals, the Anandabazar group is now under the control of Arab petro dollars, as critiqued by the eminent. One of the pillar of this group Sri Prafulla Kumar Sarkar,(very close to Ramakrishna Mission Movements) the writer of “Khaishnu Hindu”- i.e. “Decreasing Hindus”, started this group popular by the way of ventilating the agony of persecuted Bengalees in various economic ,social and political constraints. But now, this group runs a total anti-Hindu approach in the section of journalism and mass media. Its counterpart, Telegraph goes further.

Star TV: It is run by an Australian, who is supported by St. Peters Pontifical Church Melbourne.

Hindustan Times: Owned by Birla Group, but hands have changed since Shobana Bhartiya took over. Presently it is working in Collaboration with Times Group.

The Hindu: English daily, started over 125 years has been recently taken over by Joshua Society, Berne, Switzerland.. N. Ram’s wife is a Swiss national.

Indian Express: Divided into two groups. The Indian Express and New Indian Express (southern edition). ACTS Christian Ministries have major stake in the Indian Express and latter is still with the Indian counterpart.

Eeenadu: Still to date controlled by an Indian named Ramoji Rao. Ramoji Rao is connected with film industry and owns a huge studio in Andhra Pradesh. It is reported the managers in Congress are trying hard to control over.

Andhra Jyothi: The Muslim party of Hyderabad known as MIM along with a Congress Minister has purchased this Telugu daily very recently.

The Statesman: It has a very closeness with Communist Party of India and the management allows the control of CPI, till today. It was a paper of Englishmen who used to keep secret connection with CPI leadership. The history continues. Now, its Bengali version “Dainik Statesman” is now under the total control of Maoists like Sukumar Mitra, Sudip Maitra and the Deobandi like Sheikh Sadar Naim.

Kairali TV: It is controlled by CPIM, i.e. Communist party of India (Marxist).

Mathrubhoomi: Leaders of Muslim League and Communist leaders have major investment.

Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle: These get support from Saudi based Arabian Company with its chief Editor M.J. Akbar.

Tarun Tejpal of regularly gets blank cheques from Arab countries to target Hindu Personalities, Hindu Saints, Hindu Leaders and the other Hindus, as it is said by the critique.

Though the list is inconclusive, the conclusion may not change the reality.

Gujarat riots which took place in 2002 where Hindus were burnt alive, Rajdeep Sardesai and Bharkha Dutt working for NDTV at that time got around 5 Million Dollars from Saudi Arabia to cover only Muslim victims, which they did very faithfully……….., as the eyebrow lifters say it confidently.

Not a single Hindu family was interviewed or shown on TV whose near and dear ones had been burnt alive in Godhra Carnage, as it is reported.

The ownership explains the control of media in India by foreigners. The result is obvious.

This is the main cause of subversion in Indian media against the State.

Then it is easy to understand how the cross border enemies, fifth column inside and the global super powers use Indian media to fulfill their aim to harm `India and her people’ .

This is the time to wake up.

Monday, July 8, 2013


D A U G H T E R S:::::::::::::::::::::::
Every home should have a DAUGHTER,
For there is nothing like a girl,
To keep the world around her,
In one continuous whirl.
From the moment she arrives on earth,
And on through womanhood
A daughter is a female ,
Who is seldom understood
One minute she is laughing ,
The next she starts to cry.
Men just cant understand her
And there's just no use to try.
She is soft and sweet and cuddly,
But she's also wise and smart,
She's a wondrous combination
Of a mind, brain and heart.
And even in her baby days,
She's a winner you can bet,
And anything she really wants,
She manages to get.
For even at a tender age ,
She uses all her wiles,
and she can melt the hardest heart,
With the sunshine of her smiles.
She starts out as rosebud,
With her beauty unrevealed,
Then through a happy childhood,
Her petals are unsealed.
She's soon a sweet girl graduate,
And then a blushing bride
And then a lovely women,
As the rosebud opens wide.
And someday in the future,
If it be God's precious will,
She too will be a mother ,
And know that reverent thrill.
That comes to every mother,
Whose heart is filled with love.
When she beholds the angel
That GOD sent her from above.
And there would be no life at all,
In this world or the other.
Without a darling daughter ,
Who in turn becomes a mother
For even at a tender age , She uses all her wiles,
and she can melt the hardest heart,
With the sunshine of her smiles.She starts out as rosebud,
With her beauty unrevealed,Then through a happy childhood,
Her petals are unsealed.She's soon a sweet girl graduate,
And then a blushing bride, And then a lovely women,
As the rosebud opens wide.
God Bless All DAUGHTERS !!!

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Happy Doctor's day

Respect the white coat that all doctors wear;
Respect the stethoscope with which they hear;
Respect the prescriptions they write and tear;

Respect all doctors for they truly care!

To treat diseases, some doctors do dare;
They try their best for all patients to fare;
Some of them are doyens, pioneers rare;
Some do miraculous feats, at which all stare!

Wish doctors all, ‘A Happy Doctors Day! '
Thank them for their hard work and pray today;
Remember, they keep diseases at bay;
Most doctors do their jobs in noble ways!


Saturday, April 27, 2013

Before you quit: TRY

Before you pray: BELIEVE
Before you speak: LISTEN
Before you spend: EARN
Before you write: THINK
Before you quit: TRY
Before you die: LIVE

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Revolutionary epic--Ramayana

Ramayana is First Historical Epic for mankind
Rishi Valmiki composed Ramayana. It is regarded as the first epic not only for Hindus, but of the entire mankind. Even Rishi Vedavyasa had studied Ramayana. Following request from King Yudhishtra, Sage Vedavyasa wrote Ramayana Tatparyadeepika as a commentary on Ramayana before he composed his own mammoth epic Mahabharata.
Literary Importance of Ramayana
The other epics of the world such as Mahabharata, Iliad, Odyssey, and Paradise Lost were composed centuries later. Valmiki’s Ramayana has been translated in all the languages of the world. The original Ramayana inspired many subsequent writers to compose different versions of the same story, of which Shri Ram Charit Manas composed by Saint Tulsi Das in Hindi (Awadhi dialect) is most read. Besides many other salient features, Tulsidas’s literary masterpiece stands out for being the only epic in the entire literature of the world, where feminine beauty of the heroine has been described by the author visualizing her in the image of his own mother, rather than beloved. Though Sita is projected as the most beautiful women of the universe she is virtuous and reverend and referred by the poet from beginning to end in the form of his own mother.
Valmiki’s Ramayana has served as the fountainhead of inspiration not only for subsequent epics on the same theme, but has been a global trendsetter in the style of epic writing, and has influenced other formats of literature. The theme of this epic continues to attract dancers, musicians, story tellers, dramatists, cinema and folk arts in India, South East Asia in particular and the rest of the countries in general.
The pictorial quality of Valmiki’s description is superb. His description of a feast arranged by Sage Bhardwaj to welcome Bharat’s army would dwarf the arrangements of any five-star hotels of our times. When entire Europe did not know the existence of Pacific Ocean till sixteenth century, Sugriva‘s briefing given to his subordinates for tracing Sita has listed all the four major oceans and prominent land marks existing on the surface of the globe today. The take off by Hanuman to cross ocean for going to Lanka in search of Sita contains all the details of future concord taking off. These are treats to the imagination yet to be surpassed in literature and convince scientific mind as well.
Conceptual Effect of Ramayana
The environment depicted in Valmiki’s epic is not of a primitive human society, but that of a well-developed civilization. It contains geographical references, dynastic charts, social customs, diplomatic protocols, and political concepts that are being followed even by advanced nations of the modern world. Valmiki’s description of military organizations, weaponry, tactics, intelligence gathering system and military maneuvers are valid even today. It preceded even Sun Tzu’s military doctrines, Aristotle’s theories, and Arthashastra of Kautillya, which are regarded authentic texts on Military Science and Diplomacy.
Ramayana has influenced and affected social customs and Indian society in every walk of life for thousands of years. Hindu society is molded that way. Rama and Sita represent an ideal couple for every Indian household. The story of prince Rama living an ideal life has inspired millions of Indians as a model for the roles that a person has to perform in life under different situations. The illustration of Rama discharging his obligations in the roles of an obedient son, a caring husband, an affectionate brother, a loving father, a sincere friend and an ideal king have universal appeal irrespective of religion to every human being of the civilized world today. While Rama has been projected as ‘MaryadaPurshottam’, the other characters of Ramayana are mixed of human strengths and weaknesses found in every society.
Historical Importance of Ramayana
Ramayana with her characters and sites makes every human being proud of this universal heritage of mankind in general and to every Indian in particular since we are closely related to it. This epic contains early history for the mankind.
Some Westerners and few Anglicized Hindus regard Ramayana as fictional literature since its historical substance cannot be established according to the parameters set by western historians. They purposely ignore the fact that in ancient India historical records were kept by way of epics as well as chronicles like Puranic stories. It was much later that some Kings had chronicles written by foreign travelers also. The authenticity of historical events of past thousands years cannot be established as per European standards today. In the style of epic writing the descriptions used to be metaphorical, and to some extent the poets could be biased to favor or denounce their patrons and rival kings. The same custom continued all over the world. Even Mahmood Ghaznavi of Medieval period had his biography written by Persian poet Firdausi. All such records are taken in to account for linking the past where fool-proof evidence is not available. History is nothing but a legend agreed upon. It is also an indisputable fact that much of Hindu historical evidence in the form of literature, chronicles and historical sites has been destroyed during Muslim rule.
How ironical it was that we had to wait till twentieth century to be told by British historian Sir John Marshal that we were the oldest civilization on the globe after the excavations of Harappa and Moein-jodaro. Efforts are needed to trace and connect the missing links in our past, but due to vote bank politics and anti Hindu politicians the same has been kept in abeyance. On the other hand vested interests had contemplated destruction of our ancient heritage. The plan to destroy Ram Setu was a treacherous step in the same direction. The recorded evidence is available in Valmiki Ramayana. While returning to Ayodhaya after libration of Sita, Rama points out to Sita from his Pushpak Vimana the bridge that he had got constructed to transport his army across the ocean. It goes as under:
ऐष सेतुमर्या बद्धः सागरे लवणाणर्वे।
तव हेतोविर्शालाक्षि नल सेतुः सुदुष्करः।। (16 Yudhakand 123 sarga)
“O large eyed Sita, to rescue you there lays the bridge to be remembered by the name of Nalasetu. With great difficulty the bridge had been laid across the saline water of the ocean on my orders”.
The ongoing controversy about the authenticity of Ramayana, the existence of Rama, and Rama Setu is a nefarious plan to destroy the cultural pride of India. Can any person deny the existence of his grandparents’s grandparents? Certainly NO, but in spite of having own great grand parents lived about hundred years ago, no person can provide any historical proof about the existence of great grand parents. Every living person is a conclusive proof to support the fact that not only he had his parents, but also had a chain of great grand parents; otherwise he would not have come into existence. Similarly the faith and belief about Rama and the Rama Setu named after Him do not require any proof to be given. Rama Setu stands out as the first man-made, and recorded archeological land mark for the entire mankind. It has been referred as Adam’s Bridge, in Atlas published by other nations also.
A mischievous theory was advanced to justify British colonial rule that the story of Rama symbolized the Aryan aggression over Dravidian culture. This is absurd since Ravana was also a part and parcel of Aryan culture. Ramayana tells that Ravana was a Brahmin, son of a reverend Rishi Vishweshrava from Somalian mother Kaiksi, and was well versed in Vedas. He performed Yagnas, worshiped Lord Shiva of the Trinity of Gods and had obtained his blessings. How can he be a non-Aryan? Ravna’s flag insignia depicting a human scalp has come to be regarded as a warning sign for ‘danger’ all over the world!’
Valmiki Ramayana opens up a window to peep in the past of our cultural heritage. It contains valuable data on multiple subjects to include Ayurveda, Tantra, Astrology, Music, Evolution of life on Earth, History, Geography, Diplomacy and protocols, Economics and Military Science. The instances can be corroborated to match other ancient accounts given by different saints and learned persons on different occasions and places. Every one cannot be suspected to have fabricated history through identical narration of details. All of the account put together suggests the existence of a well-developed human civilization in ancient India.
Ramayana is therefore the historical record of mankind, but having been living in close proximity Hindus have deep sentimental attachment for the epic. The attributes of this great classic can be known properly by reading the original text.
By--Chand K Sharma

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Monday, January 14, 2013

How to kill a Lion ...

Manmohan Method:

The lion roars. Stay mute. The lion roars louder. Stay mute. Let this happen for infinite times. Lion dies of frustration. Theek hai?

Rahul Method:

The lion roars. Ask him to join farmville 2 and offer a cozy hut, daily healthy food, a pink dress with cute decorations every festive season. Lion dies of shock.

Abhijit Mukherjee Method:

The lion roars. Call him a painted rat who is not aware of real lionhood. The lion dies being stuck by intolerable stupidity.

Akbaruddin Owaisi Method:

The lion roars. Brag that you're such a human who can knock him down in 5secs if the cage is removed. Lion dies of excessive laughter causing multiple organ failure.

Mohan Bhagwat Method:

The lion roars. Tell him that lions only roar in jungles, but not in jungles. Ask him to get out of jungle and come to jungle and to learn sanskar. The lion dies of confusion.

Asaram Bapu Method:
The lion roars. Tell him 'Hello bhaiya'. The lion dies of unbearable humiliation and degradation of his species.


Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Funny but interesting..

A pinch of tobacco rolled in paperwithfire at one end and a fool atthe other!
It's an agreement wherein a man loses his bachelor's degree and a woman gains her master's.
The confusion of one man multiplied by the number present.
A place where everybody talks, nobody listens and everybody disagrees in the end.
A curve that can set a lot of things straight!
The only opportunity some married men ever get to open their mouths.
The name men give to their mistakes.
A person who tells you to go to hell insuch a way that you actually look forward to the trip.
A person who, while falling from the EIFFEL TOWER, says midway:
Someone who is early when you are late and late when you are early.
One who shakes your hand before elections and your
confidence afterward.
A person who kills your ills with pills and later with his

Courtesy- Sanjay (Facebook)