Lost Shastri lost Abhimanyu

 

(1)

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

You (shastri) said we need to talk

Ayub walked you said sit down

It was just a talk just a talk

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

 

(2)

Shroud smiled cunningly back at you

You stared politely right on through

Some sort of window to your right

Between the lines of fear and blame

You began to wonder why you came

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

 

(3)

Why you came, you came to Tashkent

World powers suggested, suggested

Poisonous conspiracy was going on

Where did Shastri’s team went wrong

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

 

(4)

We would have stayed up with you all night

Had we known how to save Shastriji

They said death was due to heart attack

We say heart attack by poison

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

 

By Premendra Agrawal

Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon, probably in Jan 1912

 

Worried U S on Indian Nuke strength and killing of Shastri

 

Is this first time for U S to worry on India’s Nuke strength? US much worried even during 1965 war after receiving from CIA the report related to India’s Nuke strength. Who gave killing contract (supari) to the killer of Lal Bahadur Shastri?

1. TOI reported on Aug 28, 2009: US nuclear pundits feel the Indian establishment — political, scientific, or both in concerts – may be lining up to conduct more nuclear tests to validate and improve the country’s arsenal before the Obama administration shuts the door on nuclear explosions.

2. Is this first time for U S to worry on India’s Nuke strength? Documents related to CIA disclosed the ghost of India’s nuclear strength always remained in the White House as ghost of Lincoln still remains in the White House. 

3.’Soviet spy in Delhi was CIA mole’, what does it mean?

There were moles in PMO of mostly PMs including Indira, Rajiv & Narsimha Rao.

 

Had these reports give any clue on the killing of Lal bahadur Shastri?

Did CIA-ISI nexus execute killing contract (gave supari) to the Kremlin cook Ahmed Sattarov or else at Tashkent? Was lal Bahadur Shastri’s mysterious death due to heart attack by poison?

 

Spying on the Bomb

There is a book written by Jeffrey T Richelson under title “Spying on the bomb”. I remind the A.G. NOORANI’s review on this book on the context of the news of Aug 28, 2009 as mentioned above.     

 

The book is a comprehensive survey of U.S. intelligence on the bomb in countries including India, Pakistan, the USSR and Israel.

Another book of Thomas Powers, on the then Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director is also excellent. CIA had “an agent” in the Indian Cabinet. Anderson called him “a source close to Mrs. Gandhi”.

Detailed reports of the Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Kuznetsov’s talks with “Indian officials” in New Delhi, on December 12, 1971, while the war was on, reached the CIA. How?

Anderson’s disclosures were lapped up. His conclusions did not cause a ripple: “The fact was that the CIA had penetrated the Indian government at every level and these `independent sources’ sent a steady stream of reports back to Washington on troop movements, logistics, strategy and even some of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s secret conversations” (emphasis added throughout).

The CIA reported from India as early as on October 22, 1964: “The Government of India (GOI) has all of the elements necessary to produce a nuclear weapon and it has the capability to assemble a bomb quickly. India does not plan to commence work on the bomb as yet because the GOI is convinced the CHICOMS [Chinese Communists] will not have an offensive nuclear capability for at least five years. In the meantime, should the situation change, India is relying on President Johnson’s assurances to come to the aid of any nation menaced by China.

Another cable reporting “Indian military views” in December 1964 is heavily censored. It remarked: “One consequence of an Indian program is that one more national state, India, could someday be able to attack the United States with nuclear weapons. In time, the Indians will gain access to rocket technology (perhaps through an earth satellite program) that would give them some delivery capability against us. Secondly, one more national state would have the capacity for starting nuclear actions with a fair chance of spreading and involving the United States.” The deletions are in the original. Evidently, some army brass talked freely to American diplomats or CIA agents. “..

The CIA reported on October 18, 1965 that it would take India a year “to develop nuclear weapons” after a decision to do so. “They could probably produce a weapon deliverable by the Canberra light bomber about two years after a first test.” India could produce “about a dozen weapons in the 20 KT range by 1970”.

A Special National Intelligence Estimate was produced three days later on “India’s Nuclear Weapons Policy”. Its opening page read thus: “The Problem: To estimate India’s nuclear weapons policy over the next few years. Conclusions: A. India has the capability to develop nuclear weapons. It probably already has sufficient plutonium for a first device, and could explode it about a year after a decision to develop one. [Paras 1-3]. B. The proponents of a nuclear weapons program have been strengthened by the Indo-Pakistani war, but the main political result has been a strengthening of Prime Minister Shastri’s position. We believe that he does not now wish to start a program and that he is capable of making this decision stick for the time being. [Paras 4-14]. C. However, we do not believe that India will hold to this policy indefinitely. All things considered, we believe that within the next few years India probably will detonate a nuclear device and proceed to develop nuclear weapons [Paras 15-20].” In 1974 the prediction came true.

In 1966, the U.S. Embassy was directed to keep a close watch on nuclear-related activities. Pokhran I in 1974 came as a humiliating shock to the CIA. Its Director asked “the Intelligence-Community Staff to assess” its own performance. How far was Pokhran I anticipated “both in a technical and political sense”. The Report, produced in July 1974, is drastically cut. As ISI came as a humiliating shock

In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson directed an all-out effort to get intelligence on India’s nuclear programme. The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi was very active in reporting the developments. It was the same story in Islamabad. “It did not take such secret intelligence to keep the Indian nuclear weapons problem in front of key decision-makers such as President Richard Nixon, or his national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. Kissinger had been cautioning Indira Gandhi against a test since 1970, when press reports suggested, prematurely, that India was considering conducting a nuclear test. The State Department, then under the command of William Rogers, informed India that employment of the plutonium from the CIRUS reactor for a test would be considered a violation of India’s pledge of peaceful uses of the heavy water that had been provided by the United States.

CIA failed to predict Pokhran I and Pokhran II. Like this ISI also failed to locate the movement of Indian forces at the time or 1956 war.

Success and unsuccessful of CIA on the follow-up of India’s Nuke strength is always worried to the United States. Ghost of India’s Nuke strength always oppressed to the America as Lincoln’s ghost in the Whitehouse.

 

Analysis by Premendra Agrawal

 

Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon………..

Shastri as Abhimanyu in Chakravyuh

 

 

 

 

 

Following is the translation of lyric of Hindi movie”Abhimanyu.  As Abhimanyu was in Chakravyuh of Mahabharat,  Lal Bahadur Shastri was also in Chakravyuh at Tashkent. This lyric was written by Sameer.

 

Understand only this much

Duryodhan is in every step

Understand only this much

Now….Now ….Now ….Now

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

 

If there would be Mahabharat

Then Krishna will come cetain

If there would be Mahabharat

Then Krishna will come certain

Lessons of that Gita

Again will be repeated

Bhism Exam is this

Promise of the Arjun

Nobody would know

What intention is your

Now….Now ….Now ….Now

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

 

World is chakravyuh

And time is Abhimanyu

World is chakravyuh

And time is Abhimanyu

Duryodhan is on every step

By Premendra

 


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Hungarian airmail stamp on Lal Bahadur Shastri

 

 

 

Hungarian airmail stamps with face value of 5 forints, published in 1955, caused a considerable stir among philatelists. Mark dedicated to the 20 th anniversary of the aluminum industry in Hungary, in connection with which it was printed on specially manufactured thin aluminum foil. This idea has subsequently been used in other countries. Aluminum is not, however, the only non-typical material used for printing stamps. In Poland, on the occasion of 400 anniversary of the Polish Post was released a special unit, printed on fine silk. Overseas taken more and more attempts to expand the range of materials for the printing of stamps, but most stamp collectors are not very sympathetic consideration to such diversions.

 

In early 1966 took the Tashkent conference of Indian and Pakistan with the President of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, Comrade. Kosygin. The aim of the conference was the establishment of mutual understanding between India and Pakistan, what mediated conference organizer – the Soviet Union. The conference ended with complete success. The Indian delegation was led by Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, who died of a heart attack on Jan. 10, 1966 in Tashkent. In memory of this Indian statesman, a close ally of Jawaharlal Nehru, the Hungarian Post released a stamp with his portrait.

 

Postage stamps of Hungary for many years are of great interest among collectors, especially the younger generation. Stamps of this country are characterized, as a rule, an attractive theme, unpretentious but effective graphics and careful printing, often in bright colors. Some philatelists accuse the Hungarian-mail that almost every series she released simultaneously in tooth and bezzubtsovom variants, which complicates their collection. In general, however, the Hungarian stamps occupy many prominent collections. Therefore, they should pay a little attention.

By Premendra Agrawal

 

Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon, probably in Jan 1912

Astrology through Gemstone, Crystal ball

crystal ball

In Vedic astrology, gemstones have important role. It is believed that by wearing these prescribed gemstones we can overcome the obstacles. The cause of sorrowful period, lack of success can be astrological. Wearing a certain gemstone may turn the sorrow in happiness and turn failure life in the success.

Gems affect the subtle energy field, which emanates from every living thing, where our energetic and emotional habits, thought patterns, belief systems, and so on reside. The energy pattern of a gem directly affects one’s emotional and mental energies, and over a period of time this promotes long-lasting changes.

The present days are not different.

 

A crystal ball is a crystal or glass ball believed by some people to aid power to see into the future means crystal ball is a mean to predict future happenings. 

I recall three lines of a poem:

Oh, crystal ball, crystal ball
Save us all, tell me life is beautiful
Mirror, mirror on the wall

 

We are future oriented.  The leaders want to explore the future possibilities. This is the reason many Indian top politicians have come in the grip of Chandra Swamy and like others.

Dev Gowda is still dreaming to be PM as predicted by his astrologer.

Eclipse has religious and astrological importance 

Astrology, especially Mundane astrology (branch of astrology used to predict world affairs and world events, as opposed to individual’s events), uses eclipse as one of the most important tools for predictions.
Hindu temples remained closed and there would be fasting during Surya Grahan (Solar Eclipse) in India.

The best leaders are having been those who are the best observers of the human conditions. They just pay more attention than others around them.

When we stop, look and listen we are always amazed at all the possibilities.

 

Explore future possibilities

The leaders’ job is to think about the next project, further and further.

“Before a good wagon master rolled the wagon, he sent out the scouts to see what was over the horizon,” Joes said. 

What is next?

What is better?

 

The Fix’s Crystal Ball Predictions

Washington post: Starting way back in 1982, the Post’s Outlook Section has asked a group of political professionals and personalities to make their predictions about the outcome of the election.

Crystal-ball gazing aside: “Cities that support bio and cultural diversity, urban and biological ecology, provide sustainable public transport, as well as maintaining their cultural heritage — these are the cities that will be successful in the future,” says Kristina Dryza, a designer, strategist and writer who spent most of last year in Tokyo. Dryza’s own list of cities to watch includes Singapore, Mexico City, Istanbul, Pune (India) and San Francisco.

“In 2050, Tokyo will be more integrated to the greater Asia Pacific region and highly robotized,” she says.

The emergence of China and India and their economic capitals, Shanghai and Mumbai, is an obvious challenge to Tokyo’s role in the region. But their dominance is not inevitable, and Tokyo has a card that they’re unlikely to be able to trump: livability

 

 

At present in America Magic shops are fruitful and prosperous. Charlatans, as always, were in abundance.

 

Example of American Jane Dixon (nee Pinkert)

At least twice, Jane advised President Roosevelt. During their first meeting, in November 1944, Roosevelt, chained to a wheelchair, said: «Tell me straight, how much time remains for me to finish started?» Jane escape was not able to answer: «Six months, Mr. President, as may even less ».

Later, Dixon remembered the meeting: «Then the president asked an unexpected question: how to develop relations with America, Russia in the future, after the war? I replied that in the end they will become allies in the face of threats from red China. «Red China? – Peresprosil president. – But China is not red! We have no problems with it ». I looked into my crystal ball and say that I see absolutely certain: China will become a communist ». Five months after this meeting, 12 April 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, as predicted, and Dixon, passed away.

In addition to private interviews with the authorities, Jane Dickson sometimes issued their predictions for the entire country. Thus, May 14, 53 years old during the live television broadcast a talk show NBC she vglyadevshis in his crystal ball in front of millions of the audience said that the Soviet premier Malenkova in about two years, will succeed «people with oval face, green eyes and a small Barodka. Barbate will edit shortly. It replaces a low bald tolstyachok. And earlier in the space rises silver ball over and around the Earth, like blue, sits at the head of Russian leader ». Neither former U.S. Ambassador to the USSR Davis, participated in the transfer, nor the Soviet Ambassador Zarubin, who met with the sibyl on the following day, the prophecies did not believe.

    But after two years, the predictions have started to come true. In 1955, the Chairman of the USSR, was appointed «barbate» – Nikolai Bulganin, and in 1958-m «bald tolstyachok» – Nikita Khrushchev. And in a few years prior to 1964, Dixon has made yet another unexpected prediction: Khrushchev in the coming year will be removed from power. So do not expect even the future conspirators.

Here I am not suggesting ‘to believe or not believe’ on the prediction based on the crystal balls. I place the facts only.

 

Analysis by Premendra Agrawal

Vedic, Gem, Astrology, Crystal ball, Eclipse, Fix, Prediction, Tokyo, Jane Dixon, President Roosevelt, Soviet, USSR

 

 

Follow Ameesha, 20+ tips against Swine flu

 Tags: Follow Ameesha, tips against Swine flu, Swine flu, Pranayam, Vandematram, Tulsi, Basil

Prevent swine flu, be religious to follow Ameesha  from the day of Janmastami.

Worship Bharat Mata,

Bharat Bhumi where we are born

She gives us all that we need for life

That we need to prevent Swine flu

Vitamin, zinc, mineral rich food ingredients

Swine flu preventive herbs!

 

Ameesha’s close friend said, “Ameesha firmly believes in Janmashtmi and that’s why she agreed to be a part of the event. Unlike every year, this year’s dahi handi is a small affair. She is not going to wear any mask as she is a firm believer in God.”

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Bharat bhumi is our mother 

Cares always for us from the beginning

This is the reason

Bodily we are different

Our minds are together

We worship Bharat Mata

Bharat Bhumi where we are born

 

Vandematram means salute to Bharat Mata

whose crown is Himalaya

and whose feet are being watered

by Hind Mahasagar.

We respect mother

We worship motherland

We worship Bharatmata

We sing Vandemataram

 

* Do Yoga, especially Pranayam daily

 

* Have five duly washed leaves of Tulsi (known as Basil in English; medicinal name Ocimum sanctum) everyday in the morning. Be religious. Go to temple every morning and take Charnamrit which includes Tulsi.

* Use Nilgiri Oil drops on handkerchiefs and masks and inhale regularly as one of the preventive measures against swine flu.

* Fennel Seeds: Drinking a decoction made of fennel seeds soaked in warm water first thing in the morning could prevent you from catching swine flu.

* Chewing of cloves are equally good to avoid swine flu.

* Those not allergic to milk, must take a glass of hot or lukewarm milk every night with a small measure of haldi (turmeric).

* Giloy (medicinal name Tinospora cordifolia) is a commonly available plant in many areas. Take a one-foot long branch of giloi, add five to six leaves of Tulsi and boil in water for 15-20 minutes or long enough to allow the water to extract its properties. Add black pepper and sendha (salt used during religious fasts), rock or black salt, or Misri (crystalised sugar like lumps to make it sweet) according to taste. Let it cool a bit and drink this kadha (concoction) while still warm. It will work wonders for your immunity. If giloi plant is not available, get processed giloy powder and concoct a similar drink once a day.

* Aloe vera (gwarpatha) too is a commonly available plant. Its thick and long, cactus-like leaves have an odourless gel. A teaspoon gel taken with water daily can work wonders for not only your skin and joint pains, but also boost immunity.

* A great way to help prevent contracting the swine flu is to include adequate amounts of vitamins and minerals in your daily diet. An adequate supply of nutritional supplements helps strengthen the body’s internal defense system.

* Vitamin A, found in fresh oranges and green helps strengthens the respiratory membranes. Superior levels of respiratory membranes diminish the likelihood of a flu attack. 

* Have citrus fruits, particularly Vitamin C rich, such as Amla, Grape fruit seeds  when taken in sufficient quantity supports the immune system and can be effective in fighting viral infections.  It is recommended to include foods rich in vitamin C in every meal.  

* Zinc is one of the most significant minerals required by the body to prevent infection and revitalize a damaged immune system. Zinc acts to stimulate antibodies that help in suppressing any viral attack. Potatoes, milk, yogurt, lobsters, clams, pork meat are few examples of zinc rich foods.

* White onion, garlic, hot chiles, horseradish, ginger and vinegar are natural tonic to recipe for colds and flu.

* There are even home grown familiar produce with anti-viral properties, including plums, red grapes, apples, cranberries, ginger, garlic, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, dandelion, onion and many more

* Apple cider vinegar contains an agreement called Malic Acid which can serve as an antibiotic, antiviral treatment. Drink a mixture of two tablespoons of vinegar, one tablespoon of honey, and one cup of warm water each morning to help kill the microbes that are trying to infect your body.

* Apple juice is an antiviral.

* Those who can take garlic, must have two pods of raw garlic first thing in the morning. To be swallowed daily with lukewarm water. Garlic too strengthens immunity like the earlier measures mentioned. It is learnt that garlic can burn the stomach when taken in large amounts, so you may spread butter on toast and then add garlic slices, or crushed garlic.

* Scuttellaria, better known as Skullcap, is an herb that can be taken as tea.

* Take homeopathic medicines — Pyrogenium 200 and Inflenzium 200 in particular — five tablets three times a day, or two-three drops three times a day. While these are not specifically targeted at H1N1 either, these work well as preventive against common flu virus.

Oscillococcinum which is also commonly shortened to Oscillo is an extremely popular homeopathic alternative medicine. Oscillo is marketed to relieve flu or influenza-like symptoms. Oscillo is used in more than 50 countries worldwide in order to help battle the flu.

Disclaimer: This article does not constitute medical advice. If you are ill, you should consult your Allopathic, Ayurvedic or Homeopathic doctor.

For the following there is no need to consult the doctor.

* avoid touching your mouth and nose;

* clean hands thoroughly with soap and water, or cleanse them with an alcohol-based hand rub on a regular basis (especially if touching the mouth and nose, or surfaces that are potentially contaminated);

* avoid close contact with people who might be ill;

* reduce the time spent in crowded settings if possible;

* improve airflow in your living space by opening windows;

* practise good health habits including adequate sleep, eating nutritious

 

By Premendra Agrawal

********

 

NEWS Breaking News of Aug 15, 2009

 

India

‘Nehru, Patel ‘conceded’ Pak to Jinnah’

Raje loyalists protest outside Advani house

26/11 trial: Mobiles used by terrorists were from China

Christian leaders take exception to U S on religious fredm

VHP accuses Centre of bias against Hindus

Inter-state ties at a new level:   Statue diplomacy

‘Patriotic’ sweets in high demand in Varanasi

H1N1 fails to deter Govinda celebrations

Goa minister beats up guards

MP bans ACs in govt offices

Kids used as couriers by militants in Assam

Govt treating our suggestions casually: Judiciary

World

Six of world’s top 10 economies out of recession

Six of world’s top 10 economies out of recession

ANALYSIS – Lost generation? U.S. grads work for free, look abroad

Poll shows Karzai leading ahead of Afghan election

Threat No 1: 59% Pakistanis say US, only 18% say India

Indonesian leader defiant in face Islamist extremists

German court says Nazi slogan is legal in EnglishReuters

Chinese website denies being govt think-tank:   China mum on ‘offensive’ article

Business

Six of world’s top 10 economies out of recession

RIL discovers gas in Mahanadi basin block

It’s official now: this is a drought year

India to get $4.78 bn to battle recession

Infosys most admired Indian company: WSJ survey

 

Science/Tech

India launches Bhuvan, rival to Google Earth

Swiss astronaut and satellite scientist inspire Bangalore kids

Cancer mortality rates steadily declined in last 30 years

Entertainment

Indian festival to attract 70000

Abhishek to get Aishwarya’s name tattooed

Foreign babes in Bollywood

Mallika to get her body insured!

Bruni planning baby in 2011 to boost Sarkozy’s election

 

Sports

Ranji Trophy winners to get Rs 2 rore

Health

Swine flu deaths: 0.1% of positive cases in Europe, 0.6% in US

A/H1N1 flu continues to spread worldwide, more deaths reported

Efforts to preserve the 4500-year-old Egyptian Mummy

Wearing face mask can’t prevent swine flu: Azad

Sachin is world’s best cricketer: Ganguly

Synthetic bedding ‘can cause asthma’

P M Kevin Rudd, toilet cleaner vs Professional beggars £ 200 a night

 

 

I just read the news reported by UK media: The police have discovered several cases of professionals who have suffered major salary cuts begging on the streets at night to supplement their falling incomes from. One woman in the east Midlands town of Leicester admitted that she begged at night after her office job, so that she could pay for a new kitchen in her flat.

According to the Leicester police, street beggars are collecting almost 200 pound a night, which amounts to an annual salary of 73,000 pounds – and that too, tax free.

 

 

Underwood added: “A lot of well-intentioned people see someone begging and think they are deserving causes. Would they give them money if they knew that person had just come out of a flat, was receiving benefits and had food in the larder?”

 

 

 

 

This is not the story of only U K. This happened in America, Middle East countries and even in India also as an article published at:  at expressbuzz.com, on July 31.

 

 

Should we give or not, if someone is begging as mentioned above about the woman of Midlands town of Leicester?  I try to find out the answer in this article.

 

Our Finance Minister is going to announce: Tax only up to 10% tax for salary up to Rs 10L.  Even then heavy tax payers of India and abroad may keep zealous feelings towards needy professional beggars. This feeling is right or wrong, this is not the subject of this article.

 

 

Is begging of the woman mentioned above right or wrong?

 

In the process of finding answer, I recall some remarkable instances which may be followed by the beggars as said woman.

 

 

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd once cleaned toilet

 

Kevin Rudd cleaned toilet at a saw mill on his way to Australia’s top job as reported world media on July 31, 2009.


Indian Prime Ministers studying under streetlights

Both Atal Behari Vajpayee and Dr  Manmohan Singh have boasted publicly about studying under street lights,  it is for them a badge of honor.

 

JP as a shoe polish-boy

 

Jayaprakash Narayan name means, “Victory to the light”. JP did his higher studies including his PhD in politics and sociology in the United States. Jay prakash Narayan did boot polish in hi student life for meeting his education-expanses.

 

 

Students doing part-time job abroad

Many Indian and other countries’ students in universities abroad take up part-time jobs – working in your university cafeteria or at a book-store around the corner is a great way to make some money on the side to help pay for their rent and living expenses.

 

When Sonia Gandhi was waitress…..

 

Mrs. Gandhi was an 18-year-old student of language college that was in the premises of Cambridge in 1965 (Not affiliated to the Cambridge University as claimed by Sonia), making ends meet by working as a waitress in the Varsity restaurant, when she met a handsome young engineering student Rajiv Gandhi. “As our eyes met for the first time, I could feel my heart pounding . . . as far as I was concerned, it was love at first sight,” Sonia Gandhi wrote later in a rare moment of self-revelation.

 

 

If you have walked around a major city in North America for any period of time, you have probably seen some sort of pan handler. For whatever reason, they can’t seem to find a job so they resort to begging for money on the street. Often times they have addictions, some of them have psychological problems and some of them are in it for the money. Often times pan handlers and beggars can make much more money. 

 

Sawarkar’s IITian kin spending life on road 

 


However, Prafful Chipanlukar just is not only the grandson of renowned freedom fighter Veer Sawarkar but he himself is an IITian of 1971 batch and had worked in Thailand .
According to the channel, he lost his wife and son in a car accident in Thailand after which he came to India.
Stung with misery, he even worked as a watchman for eight years and is presently feeding on the mercy of the people. For his condition he blamed himself instead of others.

 

Above example relates to the begging due to psychological problems.

 

 

 

 

Politically beggar-ministers of India

 

Former American President Bill Clinton said during his visit in India, “India is not a poverty stricken nation. My visit will help to correct this wrong impression of my fellow Americans that India is poor.”

 

Opposite to this our Former Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar loyalist of Congress queen was a beggar before the Nowrway Prince and Princess to say publicly “Bhikchham dehi”.

 

Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Aug 26, 07 in Lucknow said the books that propounded the glorious past of India were liable to be burnt.

Maoists burn historical Hindu books in Nepal. Now FM becomes historian to burn them.

 

 

In the last of this article, my observation is:

If Ishwar (God) gives us sufficient or more than sufficient means in excess, then we must work for mercy and give something to the needy which may be called professional beggar or else. That’s because they are the ones that keep us grounded in our humanity and fraternity, before they get spoiled with all sorts of rationalizations that we can now easily make.

 

Mr Clean.Manmohan Singh government’s stand is that tainted ministers should be “presumed innocent” until conviction in the cases against them. Should this may or not may not be said about the professional beggars discussed in this article?

 

 

 

Analysis by Premendra Agrawal

 

 

 

India

All set for unveiling of Sarvajna’s statue today

Janmashtami is a time of reflection and prayer

By-polls for 7 assembly seats in Guj on Sept 10

Rajnath tells Raje to resign

Three women Maoists killed

World

France and Germany exit recession

Government direct orders needed for Musharraf arrest: Pakistan police

 

 

Business

Direct tax code: Tax liability and you

Want to buy a home? Shift to a less costly city

Foreign investment rises to $15 bn in April-June

Science/Tech

India’s economic boom threatens water crisis: study

21 new species discovered in Bhutan

India will rival US for moon station: Astronaut

Court blocks sale of some Microsoft Word in US

Insults are better taken lying down, claim scientists

 

Entertainment

Rambha and her ace wig of Rs 15 lakh  

Shiney’s custody ends, charge sheeted

Sports

BCCI Could Help All India Football Federation Financially

Modi wants to add team from Gujarat in IPL

 

 

Health

RPT-UPDATE 2-India flu toll rises, warns against hoarding drug

Swine flu: Dahi handi celebrations cancelled

Masks out of stock as city runs for cover

‘Giloy prevents swine flu effectively’

 

 

 

 

Pranayam, Giloy, Tulsi Ramban for Swine flu

 

 

Giloy

 

Baba Ramdev is not only who suggests the yoga and ayurvedic medicine for preventing the effect of Swine flu. Swine flu patients and survivors are also taking on the virus by networking on the web, updating each other on their fight against Influenza A (H1N1) and advising others on how to avoid it.

TOI reported: Shanku Das, one of the netizens on the social networking site Orkut, wrote: “Washing your hands frequently helps in avoiding H1N1. Don’t keep touching your nose or mouth, use a handkerchief when you cough or sneeze and observe basic hygiene practices.”

Besides the Internet, SMSes are also doing rounds among students and others on precautionary measures to be adopted to avoid swine flu.

“Use a face mask, use alcohol based sanitizers to wash hands, drink boiled water, have citrus fruits and vitamin C rich food and try avoiding public toilets,” read one of the SMSes being circulated.

The 2009 Flu outbreak is a new strain of H1N1-type influenza, commonly referred to as “swine flu”. This strain mutated out of other strains of swine flu and other influenza viruses.

Swine influenza (H1N1 flu, swine flu, hog flu) is an infection by any one of several types of swine influenza virus. These strains of swine flu rarely pass from human to human.

Symptoms of zoonotic swine flu in humans are similar to those of influenza and of influenza-like illness in general, namely chills, fever, sore throat, muscle pains, severe headache, coughing, weakness and general discomfort.

Declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), over 1,000 people have tested positive for Influenza A(H1N1) in India. It has claimed 15 lives in the country, 11 of which have been in Maharashtra alone.

 

Baba Ramdev on Aug 11, 09 tried to remove the fear among the people towards the rising death toll from swine flu.

Baba Ram Dev said, “There is no need to panic.” towards the rising death toll from swine flu. If necessary precautions are taken chances of contracting H1N1 virus are extremely remote.

Cotton cloth should be wrapped around face while in crowded places, Ramdev said.

 

Swine Flu is spreading in India, and so far it has claimed 10 lives. Famous Yoga Guru and Herbal Specialist Swami Baba Ramdeo said that Swine is cause of lack of resistant power of our bodies. He told that everybody should increase his resistant power.

 

Further Baba Ramdev said that Yoga had the power to cure Influenza A(H1N1).

 

Pranayam can block the effect of Swine flu. http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/post/Remind-BJP-leadership-why-Jan-Sangh-was.aspx

 

Baba Ramdev given some Ayurvedic tips besides Yoga to save from swine flu. Take GILOY (AMTA)’s one foot long branch and seven leaf of TULSI and mix it and collect juice of this mixture in a pot. Now boil this juice up to it remains 1/4th. After that drink it. This herbal juice increases our body resistant up to three times. By which we can save from H1N1 Flu.

Family Name: MENINSPERMACEAE 

Botanical Name: TINOSPORA CORDIFOLIA 

Common Name: GULANSHE TINOSPARA, GULANCHA TINOSPARA, TINOSPARA, GILOY 

The entire plant is valuable, used in Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic, revitalize and remedy for diabetes and metabolic disorders, stomach ulcer and urinary affections. It is also helpful in chronic problems and cases of fatigue.

 

Parts of Giloy used for curing diseases

Branch: Swine flu as suggested by Baba Ramdev

Stem—Fever, Acidity, Blood purification and Eye disease
Fruit—Rheumatism, Jaundice
Roo—Leprosy
Leaves—Rheumatism

I read that Pune is most Swine flu affected city. In Pune itself packed jar of Giloy juice is available, There is powder and other products are also in the market. But it is better if the person follow the guide lines of Baba Ramdev.

 

Newsanalysis by Premendra Agrawal

 

NEWS BREAKING NEWS of Aug 13, 2009

 

BREAKING NEWS

Swine flu: 9 deaths in 24 hours, India toll at 17

Split India, says China think-tank

Tax only up to 10% tax for salary up to Rs 10L

Saving tax deduction limit to be hiked to Rs 3 lakhs

26/11 terrorists had come from Karachi: FBI

 

NEWS India

H1N1 mask scam: Follow up

‘Bihar in a state of emergency’: Bihar CM Nitish

Railway tickets to be issued through post offices

Call to make use of RTI Act

No RSS pressure for successor: Advani

Lashkar threat for Azad, Bhagwat

ED to produce Dayal report in oil-for-food scam before CIC: HC

Statues speak a lot!

No link between terror outfits & stock market: Govt

Remove Husain painting from Goa museum: Hindu group

US scientists say they can ‘steal’ ballots from EVMs

China is mighty, but why India need not tremble

Poor parents seek mercy killing for ill sons

PMK to show Election Commission how EVMs can be tamperedI

SP support to UPA govt not required: Cong

Magic pen strikes againHT

 

World

”Mahabharata-era relic links Kedarnath with Kathmandu”

Sanskrit mantras being used for healing in America and the West

Indian diaspora body to celebrate 20th anniversary in US

US Positive image of Dr Singh but negative image of US in Pakistan 

100 ex-LTTE combatants sit for exams

Five Pakistani clerics gunned down in Somalia

‘Devil in dog collar’ priest faces jail for sex abuse over 36 years

Man discovers wife’s six other husbands in six weeks

Science/Tech

Soon, intelligent harvesting robots to end UK’s farmer shortage woes

Hackers can ‘steal’ ballots from electronic voting machinesIANS

Scientists harness car horns to warn of natural disaster

 

Entertainment

Golden day in Kamal Hassan’s career!

Make me cry, begs Genelia

Health

Yoga can cure swine flu: Baba Ramdev

MCD to provide medicinal plants to tackle swine flu

Business

Tamil Nadu flag-makers report good business ahead of Independence Day

 

 

Swine flu of hereditary democracy

Hereditary democracy/political monopoly/ one family rule in India be checked or not? Is this type of democracy not more panic than Swine flu. 

Monarchy/princely – power in hands of 1 individual, Democracy- power in hands of people: 

Sardar Patel vs Nehru Gandhi dynasty 

What did Sardar Vallabh and what did members of the Nehru Gandhi dynasty and others? Sardar Patel took charge of the task to forge a united India from the 565 semi-autonomous princely states and British-era colonial provinces at the time of Independence, Using frank diplomacy backed with the option (and the use) of military action, Patel’s leadership enabled the accession of almost every princely state. Hailed as the Iron Man of India, 

Monopoly of Political parties in the shape of Monarchs 

Unfortunately instead of 565 princely states now we have individual or family ruled political parties. “In 2009 Lok Sabha election total of 369 parties, including seven national parties, had fielded candidates in the elections. However, winners in this year’s polls are from 37 different parties, according to the list of winning candidates brought out by the Election Commission,” www.newsanalysisindia.com/ 

Absolute power corrupts absolutely “

Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” This famous dictum of Baron Acton sounds true in Inidan political scene. Indian politicians in their bid to remain in power permanently have converted ‘democracy’ into ‘hereditary democracy/political monopoly/ one family rule in India’. In other words ‘democracy’ has been perverted or degenerated into ‘hereditary democracy/political monopoly/ one family rule in India’ Sonia, Karuna, Mulayan, Maya, Mamta,Jaya, Thackeray, Ajit Singh, Chautala, Badal, Naidu, Patnaik, Shard Pawar, Sheikh abdullah, Laloo, Paswan and few others or in this democratic dictatorial line. 

Teams needed to check one family rule 

The World Health Organization says making a swine flu vaccine appears to be more difficult than experts first thought. The Bihar government has put district hospitals on alert and has also formed health check-up teams to monitor foreigners entering India from neighboring Nepal. Should these type of team should not be formed in whole India to check one family rule in India. Dr Ram Manohar Lohia took steps to unite parties against the Congress monopoly rule in India. Jay Prakash Narayan had united voters against the emergency rule of Indira Gandhi. Opposite to the above now the Indian democracy is gradually degenerating into a hereditary democracy, 
because most of the Indian leaders in party politics who hold power make conscious attempts to transfer power to their wards thereby depriving the legitimate chances of other party men to come to power; In the end the party system in democracy becomes a laughing joke in the world.