Souls of 1947-1962 Traitors enter in Leftists-Congress to compare Ind-Army to General Dyer

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Could Not Be Stand Before Baba Vishvanath: Rahul behind Soldier’s Suicide? Akhilesh- Chant- Gayatri Prajapati

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Na RAM ke, Na Bharat Maa ke, Na Desh ke PM ke : Ve Kya Kam Ke?

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“RSS, BJP claims themselves as the ‘protectors of Hindu religion’,” Kanhaiya Kumar says in the video.

Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Bhart Mati ki Jai chanting, Last for Kejriwal, First for Amit Shah
Bharat Mata ke Kaput Kejri and Amit Shah obedient son
Mahisasur Martyrdom Day vs Durga Puja







All hell broke loose on Tuesday on Twitter after the AAP leader and Cabinet minister in Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s government – Kapil Mishra – asked a question on Twitter about PM Narendra Modi. Kapil Mishra in a tweet asked, “Do we have a ISI agent as PM now?? (sic).”

@KapilMishraAAP Do we have a ISI agent as PM now?? Its very serious the way PM is surrendering to anti India forces       10:16 AM – 5 Apr 2016

@ravibhadoria  पिता बसपा, माँ भाजपा और खुद नक्सली। मिश्रित विचारधारा के व्यक्ति को देश का पीएम ISI का एजेंट लगे तो इसमें आश्चर्य कैसा??  

Jan 18, 2016 – newsanalysisindia Retweeted Capt sharma. @Ajit_Doval devoted for defense of Ind, PM vs KhurshidAiyar prayed Pak to remove PM Modi: …



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Crackers will go off in Pak?: Nitish Advertises in Pak daily to follow AAP

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Crackers will go off in Pakistan?: Nitish Advertises in Pakistan daily to follow AAP

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Union Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi faced flak from twitteratis on Friday after they posted screenshots of a Pakistan media website displaying Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s election advertisement.

Citing the grabs of Nitish ad on Pakistani daily Dawn’s website, Rudy, in a tweet, asked whom did Nitish want to reach out to in Pakistan while Modi tweeted “Which voter is Nitish Kumar trying to woo by placing an ad in the e-paper of Pakistani leading newspaper Dawn?”

Rajiv Rudy got trolled on Twitter for his ignorance of Google ads, which serves ads on any site based on the reader’s locations and browsing habits.

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Ask seculars: Is Mecca in Pakistan or Saudi Arab?


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Ask seculars: Is Mecca in Pakistan or Saudi Arab?

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Non-Muslims remain prohibited from entering the city Mecca of Saudi Arab. Perhaps this is the reason so called Indian seculars reach Pakistan instead of Mecca of Saudi Arab for getting certificate of secularism. Now Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Prime Minister in waiting hoping 40 MPs, is in Pakistan to bow his head. 


As the birthplace of Muhammad and a site of the composition of the Quran, Mecca is regarded as the holiest city in the religion of Islam and a pilgrimage to it known as the Hajj is obligatory for all able Muslims. Today, more than 15 million Muslims visit Mecca annually, including several million during the few days of the Hajj. As a result, Mecca has become one of the most cosmopolitan and diverse cities in the Muslim world, although non-Muslims remain prohibited from entering the city. 


Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar talks there on various matters except forcibly conversion of Hindus there. Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar arrives at Sindh province of Pakistan to pay homage at the Mazaars of former Pakistani President Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his daughter former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Zardari serves praises to Nitish Kumar at Diwali dinner. Nitish Kumar Jee fear to meet there to victim Hindus because doing so he may be called communal.


In 2006 Manmohan Singh and Rahul went to Afghanistan. There they gave honor to Babar’ tomb but did not go to Prithviraj Chauhan’s Samadhi.


Pakistan’s minority Hindus feel under attack

For the second time in less than two months, this month a Hindu temple has been attacked on the outskirts of Karachi. The small minority community already marginalized is now living in fear saying their cries of help from the Pakistan government are falling on deaf ears. 

Hindus make up about 2 per cent of Pakistan’s population of 180 million people. They have been facing endless atrocities and injustice in the country. The independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has noted a worrisome increase in kidnappings of Hindu girls who are forced to embrace Islam


Persecution of Hindu, Christian & Other Minority Women in Pakistan Highlighted at Capitol Hill

he Hindu American Foundation (HAF) hosted a Capitol Hill Briefing last week to highlight the persecution of minority women in Pakistan.  

Persecution of Hindu, Christian & Other Minority Women in Pakistan Highlighted by Hindu American Foundation (HAF) :”An archaic and pernicious system officially prohibited by law, but openly practiced by Muslim landlords in conjunction with support from local politicians and police, this modern day form of slavery is characterized by patterns of abuse, illegal detention, physical violence, and sexual exploitation.” said Kalra.

There is a clear connection between militancy and extremism in Pakistan and the deterioration of women’s rights. 

“One of the primary structural hindrances for Hindu women in Pakistan has been the state’s refusal to officially register Hindu marriages, which has deprived Hindu women access to basic rights and services,” said Tekchandani.  ”The passing of a Hindu Marriage Act, therefore, is imperative to the safety, and civil rights of Hindu women living in Pakistan.”


The same happened with Swetlana daughter of Stalin

Swetlana married Brijesh Singh (Brother of former Foreign Minister Dinesh Singh) in Russia as explained in my book: Silent Assassins, Jan 11, 1966:


Swetlana repeated to Russian Prime Minister Kosygin, – “but now I do not work simply because a lot of things at home, and my husband is very sick man.”

At the word “husband” premiered as a shock and Kosygin suddenly began to talk freely and easily, with natural indignation:

“What you are thinking? You are young, healthy woman, athlete, surely you could not find here, you know, a healthy young man? Why would you want this sick old Hindu? No, we are strongly opposed, strongly opposed! “

At first Swetlana was stunned and could not only meet, but even to think coherently. All against, Who – ALL – against?

“Well, no, it would be tactless”, – said the Russian Prime Minister Kosygin. – “But we do not advise you to register your marriage. Do not recommend. And it is not solvable. After all, he can then legally take away you to India? And this is a poor, backward country, I’ve been there, seen it. And then – Hindus treat women badly. You take her away and..”.Page 322


“Well, as you know,” – said the Russian Prime Minister Kosygin said dryly. – “Live as you wish. But your marriage record, we do not give! “

The reception was over; Russian Prime Minister Kosygin stood up and shook hands. Page 323


If we (Swetlana and Brijesh Singh) were to get married, then the law would protect Singh and his health, for which the work was becoming increasingly unbearable. But we could not do it. ………………….page 324


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