The politics of hatred is the fuel used by some political parties which started their journey by supporting Pakistan.AIMM supported the integration of Hyderabad with Pakistan but failed.
After a journey of over 65 years- They are now threatening Hindus openly. Akbaruddin Owassi- Borother of Asaddudin Owassi threatened to kill Hindus in 15 minutes. The case is still in Court. And now this AIMM leader is saying that if Supreme Court orders to make Ram Tample – Country will see never seen before bloodshed.
Over the next fortnight, the tax office will ask everyone who deposited more than Rs 10 lakh in their bank accounts after November 8 to spell out the source of money. There are about 1.5 lakh bank accounts in which Rs 10 lakh or above has come in since announcement of demonetisation, according to information compiled by the department.
A new e-platform put in place by the Central Board of Direct Taxes, the apex tax authority, will be used to reach out to these account holders who will have to file their response online. “If the assessing officer requires more information, the assessee would be asked to submit them. The additional information will also be uploaded online. This is with the objective to bring about transparency,” said a city-based tax officer.
In the course of a video-conference on Wednesday, CBDT members briefed senior officers of the I-T department about suspicious cash deposits, mobilisation target from the new declaration scheme, and the way to go about in taxing undeclared income that have found its way into banks.
The 1,100 cases of search and seizure carried out by the tax department in the past two months have yielded around Rs 600 crore – of which Rs 150 crore is in new notes. About 1.5 lakh accountholders have deposited more than Rs 10 lakh each and there have been suspicious cash deposits in one crore accounts, belonging to 75 lakh people. Tax authorities believe that around Rs 1 lakh crore may be disclosed under the new income declaration scheme, which would result in tax collection of Rs 50,000 crores.
“To begin with, the department will focus on the 1.5 lakh accounts with more than Rs 10 lakh deposits. This is the immediate priority and work will begin in the next few days,” said the official.
Zaira Waseem got all the fame with her movie Dangal in which she portrayed the childhood character of Geeta Phogat- The wrestler from Haryana. And she increased the fame by posting an apology letter on her instagram and Facebook profile. But when media started making it an issue and started thrashing the Islamic Bigots she took down the letter.
Moreover she is nothing less than a terrorist sympathizer and she herself is a separatist. She is all in favor of Jehad that is happening in Kashmir. She is a firm believer of ‘Kashmir – Not a part of India’.
Don’t believe us?
well here is the blast from her past:
When 13 year old Jahanvi said she will be hoisting Indian Flag in Kashmir and if anyone can stop her then come forward. It was Zaira waseem who said that she will stop her.
Zaira was the one who did not even stand for the national anthem (as per sources) in her own film that too in front of Aamir Khan.
check another blast from the past:
So, now that it is clear that she doesn’t believe in India. let’s understand the narrative of her apology letter which she later removed:
Their narrative is, she realized meeting Mehbooba was a mistake, and that is why she apologized, not under any pressure or something like that, as media is projecting.
And why meeting Mehbooba was a mistake, because she was responsible for girls getting hurt by pellets, who were as young as Zaira Wasim. So, she should not have met her demeaning their sacrifices, that is how they are correlating it.
And when Zaira says in her apology their are others you should look up to… The “Others” she has referred to, with more “talent” and more “potential”… are the people doing jihad against India, fighting for their “cause”.
And they say, after realizing she had disrespected general sentiment in Kashmir, and their “freedom struggle”. She did not want to shift the focus on her, that’s why she suggested… people should take them (freedom fighters) as role models and not someone like her (actor/un-islamic), doing nothing great for Kashmir cause.
Knowing current senior in Kashmir, I salute Zaira for daring to go against the flow (radical wave) in Kashmir. And also, the subject of her upcoming movie is rebellious in context of Kashmir… So, she definitely is a dare devil.
There are many people saying she is sailing in the same boat, based on her past tweets and an incident, where she did not stand up for the national anthem in some movie theater recently. To, such people… I would like to say, if she does not please their anti India sentiment. She won’t be at peace from very next day, if she has to live in Kashmir. You have already seen the trailer, how she was trolled for meeting Mehbooba, because it was against the mood in the valley.
I am genuinely worried about her safety, and would suggest she should move to Mumbai with her family for a brighter future… Where she will not have to be apologetic for all the success, and much more she deserves. God Bless Her…
NOTE: Those children did not get hurt because of Mehbooba, but their own brain washed parents… Who in the name of jihad, encourage their children to confront armed forces. No, sane parent will allow their kid as young as 7-8 years to go out in a conflict zone. And we are as concerned about them as we are about Zaira at present. Don’t try to paint India to your taste… We are not selective with our feelings, a Kashmiri child hurt by a pellet pains us equally or rather more. Aap logon ko to fakar hota hai, unfortunately… What kind of holy war is this man, making your kids suffer.
The bout took place in Delhi during the semi-final clash of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) between Mumbai Marathi and Punjab Royals.
Baba Ramdev performed “Surya Namaskar” before the bout, and ended with the chant of “Bharat mata ki jai.! Vande Matram!”
He beat Stadnik 12-0.
It’s reported that Baba Ramdev has gone through intense training to prepare himself for the match.
“I have fought bouts with national level wrestlers. But playing against an internationally renowned player will be more exciting. You will witness the real power of Yoga in this match,” he said in the run-up to the match.
Stadnik, 34, had defeated Indian legend Sushil Kumar in the 2008 Olympics, en route to the Men’s Freestyle Lightweight final in Beijing.
Last year, Baba Ramdev challenged Sushil to to a wrestle match on the occasion of 20th anniversary of Ashram in Haridwar.
The fellow residents of Koshy’s, Ramachandra Guha, Nandan Nilekani and Kiran Shaw might not know this, but their city has one more thing to be proud of.
Bangalore has been ranked the world’s most dynamic city on an index that captures a city’s economic changes and its ability to sustain it. Hyderabad also makes it to the Top 10, ahead of London, and Chennai and Pune to the Top 20, but environmental factors push Delhi and Mumbai to the 23rd and 25th spots.
The real estate services firm JLL’s annual City Momentum Index (CMI) ranks cities across the world by the speed of change of the city’s economic and real estate market and the city’s potential to sustain this dynamism. The index is intended to “identify change and highlight which cities or metropolitan areas may be best at positioning themselves to compete in today’s ever-changing economic landscape,” Jeremy Kell, research director at JLL, wrote in a blog post for the World Economic Forum.
The index has 42 ingredients across three key areas; socio-economic factors including GDP, population, air passengers, corporate headquarters and foreign direct investment account for 40% of the ranking. Commercial real estate momentum measured through changes related to construction, rents, investment and transparency in the office, retail and hotel sectors accounts for another 30%. Innovation capacity and technological prowess, access to education and environmental quality accounts for the remaining 30% of the index.
Technology and innovation, and a city’s capacity to support it, drove Bangalore to the top spot this year, a JLL press release said, and pushed India – with six cities in the top 30 – ahead of China. More than half of the top 30 are in the Asia-Pacific region.
London fell from its top spot to sixth position (full details of the rankings and the causes of changes within them were not yet available). A “shift into high-value activities” also propelled Bangalore and Hyderabad ahead of other tech hubs. Dynamic labor markets helped drive “emerging megacities,’ like Delhi and Mumbai, but “this group faces significant infrastructure and quality of life issues, with high levels of inequality, congestion and pollution hindered by weak city governance,” JLL said.
With full details of the rankings expected on February 1, it wasn’t immediately clear how “liveability”, “affordability” and environmental concerns–of serious concern to Bangalore’s residents–were factored into the rankings. A study by researchers at the Indian Institute of Sciences had estimated that Bangalore would be “unliveable” and “dead” in five years on account of environmental degradation and poor planning.
Outgoing US President Barack Obama telephoned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to thank him for his partnership that enhanced the relations between India and America, the White House has said.
Obama spoke on the phone with Modi on Wednesday to thank him for “his partnership” and to review joint efforts of cooperation including defence, civil-nuclear energy, and enhanced people-to-people ties, a readout of the telephonic conversation between the two leaders said.
“Recalling his visit as the chief guest at India’s Republic Day celebrations in 2015, President Obama wished the Prime Minister warm congratulations ahead of India’s upcoming 68th Republic Day anniversary,” the White House said.
“Both leaders discussed the progress they have made on shared economic and security priorities, including recognition of India as a major defense partner of the United States and addressing the global challenge of climate change,” it said.
Obama was one of the first leaders to congratulate Modi after his electoral victory in May 2014 and immediately invited him to visit the White House.
The two leaders met at the White House in September 2014. Since then they have met each other for eight times. This is a record for leaders between India and America.
According to Assistant Secretary of State for South and central Asia Nisha Desai Biswal, the two leaders share a very warm relationship.
“They have a great deal of personal camaraderie. But they also have a great deal of respect for each other for the leadership and the values and the integrity of each other’s approach,” Biswal told PTI in a recent interview.
“You have seen from President Obama that appreciation of Prime Minister Modi in words that he has used to describe him including in that Time magazine profile of the Prime Minister. You have seen that Prime Minister Modi’s appreciation of President Obama, of his values, his leadership style which the Prime Minister has used to describe the President,” she said.
She said that it is not a relationship that just came about that day when President called Prime Minister-elect Modi to congratulate him.
“The seeds of this relationship were actually sown many many decades earlier,” Biswal had said.
In a major setback to the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today registered cases against some of the top ministers over alleged wrongdoing. While the biggest blow came when a case was registered against Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, another was was also logged against kin of Satyendra Jain. While allegations of corruption and nepotism have been flying thick and fast ever since the Kejriwal government took office, this step by the CBI has brought the cases right to the doorstep of the top echelons of the government.
The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry against Manish Sisodia in connection with alleged irregularities in the so-called TalkToAK campaign. The complaint was filed by the Vigilance Department of the Delhi government and it said that a consultant of a public relations company was hired to promote “Talk to AK” (Talk to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal) campaign and Rs 1.5 crore was expected to be the used for this purpose. CBI alleged that the Principal Secretary had raised his objects but the government did not pay heed. This has put Sisodia under the scanner. Sisodia on his part reacted by tweeting, “Welcome Modiji. Take the challenge. I will wait for your CBI at my home and office tomorrow morning.” This was followed by another from Kejriwal: “Wow Modiji! You take bribe and register cases against us. Steal and also be audacious about it. This is why I call you a coward. When you are losing Goa and Punjab, you have started the CBI game”. He added another post: “It seems Modiji has lost it. Prime Minister of the country has only this to do. He is after us”
On the other hand, CBI has also registered a PE in the appointment of Saumya Jain, AAP minister Satyendra Jain’s daughter, who was appointed as advisor to Delhi government’s Mohalla Clinic project.
The move had led to the Lt Governor’s office recommending a CBI probe in the matter. Jain had earlier rejected the allegation of favouritism, saying she had worked voluntarily and not a single paisa was given to her. She had then quit in July after nepotism accusations arose. Jain had then retorted, “We have done nothing wrong. She was not given a single paisa. She had offered to work voluntarily and we had taken her service. Let them probe the matter”.
The game of Conversion is killing India. Hindus have been facing and surviving this game of conversion since past 1200 years. The main agenda of Mughals was to convert ‘Idol Worshipers in India’ while same was the agenda of Britishers as well. They looted us not just in monitory terms but also tried devastating us religiously. These conversions lead to the formation of Pakistan
Things should have changed after independence but it has lead to a more fierce situation. Christian Missionaries have increased and made their reach to every part of India. And most loathed of these missionaries are those who are taking up the job of nurses in hospitals and converting those who are in desperation.
Read what happened in Bangaluru:
A jilted lover threw acid on her boyfriend and then slashed his face with a knife in the city on Monday night, as he was reportedly taking too long to decide on marrying her and refusing to convert to Christianity.
The police have arrested the woman, who is a nurse, and are on the lookout for her cousin, who helped her in the crime.
The accused Lydia, 26, is a resident of Srirampura and a nurse at a private hospital on Ali Asgar Road. The victim, Jayakumar, 32, is a resident of Prakash Nagar, who runs an apparel shop near Ali Asgar Road. He has sustained acid burns on his neck and knife cut wounds on the face.
The police said that Lydia (in pic) met Jayakumar when she had gone to his shop over five years ago. They soon fell in love and started meeting each other regularly. Lydia reportedly kept asking him to marry her and also to get converted to Christianity. In November last year, Jayakumar agreed to marry her, but refused to convert to Christianity which had led to a fight between them. Later, Jayakumar had stopped taking her phone calls. “An upset Lydia decided to teach him a lesson, and sought her cousin Sunil’s help. A week ago, she had spirited away an acid bottle used for cleaning and a blade from the hospital. On Monday evening, Jayakumar and his friend Padmanabh had gone to Rajarajeshwari temple,” the police said.
Lydia got information about Jayakumar’s whereabouts from one of his family members. “Lydia and Sunil, who knew the route taken by Jayakumar, went on a scooter and lay in wait near Attiguppe bus-stop. As Jayakumar and his friend, who were returning home, passed Attiguppe around 8.30 pm, the cousins started tailing them. As they approached Pipelane Road, Lydia, who was riding pillion, threw acid on Jayakumar through his car window,” police added.
“Jayakumar, who was in intense pain, got out of the car. Lydia, who was waiting with the blade, slashed his face. As Jayakumar fell down, the accused sped away, while Jayakumar’s friend rushed him to hospital and alerted the police. Lydia was picked up from her house, but her cousin is absconding,” police said.
Lydia reportedly told cops Jayakumar had been in love with her for five years, but was taking too long to marry her and convert to Christianity. The police have booked the accused under 326A, 307 and other sections of the IPC.
Today, Raj of Bhak Sala (a Page on Facebook) wrote an open letter to Anurag kashyap on his website ‘OpIndia’. In the open letter he just exposed the fundamental problems of these pseudo liberals.
Yesterday, when Raj asked Anurag Kashyap and other Bollywood fraternity to take a stand in the similar way that they took their stance in 2014 against Modi. In 2014 whole bollywood gathered together and said “Don’t vote for Modi.” Aamir Khan carried out an episode on Satya Mev Jayate (Aamir’s TV Series) which blatantly talked about not voting Modi. When the whole bollywood could stand together then then why they can’t stand for a 16 year old now? And that’s what Raj asked Kashyap.
Check the whole open letter:
2006-07: “Whom should we call for a talk in our first management fest?”, Akshay was lazily discussing this with his management fest team outside a chai gumti (kiosk). Sumit — a small, dark and skinny senior who was famous and infamous for absurd theater in college — was standing close to these guys and hogging bun-makkan with me and some other theater guys. He heard Akshay and his team talking about requirement of guest speakers. He came close to Akshay and said, “Why don’t you call Anurag Kashyap? I can request him to come here.” This was the first time I heard of Anurag Kashyap.
In the final years of my college days we had a lot of discussions about Anurag Kashyap. We spent time discussing movement of cameras in Black Friday, we spent time discussing how Satya written by Saurabh Shukla and Anurag Kashyap tried to create a character like Howard Roark with no past. I even remember how zealously my theatre buddies tried to fathom the movie “No Smoking” using the frameworks of “The Interpretation of Dreams”. A year after my graduation, Sumit called me one day and asked, “Did you watch Dev D?” my instant reply was, “Of course”. I used to be a big Kashyap fan, but now I am not. I don’t see him with the same respect which I had for him for the last many years.
Just few days back, when Hollywood veteran Meryl Streep attacked Trump from the podium of Golden Globes, it was lauded as an act of bravery. Many from Bollywood wrote that the film-industry in India lacks a similar kind of courage. Kashyap too wrote that the film-fraternity doesn’t show spine to stand for people who speak-up.
After May 2014, we have been seeing this quite frequently. Krantikaari (revolutionary) artists of Bollywood have used multiple forums to mention that they are curtailed from speaking; it sometimes becomes a paradox when these krantikaaris use multiple forums to write and speak that they are not allowed to write and speak. Without going into this delicious irony, let us come to the main issue at hand. Yesterday, the Kashmiri actor Zaira Wasim, who played a role in Dangal, was attacked and abused by religious fanatics. Zaira Wasim had to face the attacks because she worked with Bollywood, so I expected Bollywood to show some courage this time. I was saddened to see the grave silence of our Krantikaari artists and so I appealed (without abusing or harassing) to them to stand for Zaira.
Instead of supporting Zaira, Anurag Kashyap chose to spit on me. He compared me to those radicals who harassed Zaira. I have seen media and political figures drawing false equivalences to attack people, but I expected Kashyap to engage in a more fair manner. I anticipated him to show courage which he seeks from Bollywood. I didn’t imagine that Kashyap will disappoint me to this extent.
Dear Kashyap, I don’t carry guns to scare people, I don’t scare people by reminding them of religion, I don’t abuse small girls by calling them sluts. Go through some of these comments written against Zaira and let me know how you drew that equivalence.
Dear Kashyap, unlike you, I don’t hide under the veil of neutrality; unlike you, I don’t pretend to have no political side; unlike you, I don’t play victim-card to win my arguments.
The whole troll army is out.. @narendramodi sir.. Amazing people you follow.. Pride of the nation.. Did you conduct private classes for them
As far as troll army is concerned, let me share a personal experience. Only few days back, I was severely bullied by AAP and Congress handles. A third grade journalist (whom you follow) raised allegations of harassment and stalking against me, and I was harassed for a week. My employer received more than 20,000 tweets and many harsh mails against me. I didn’t cry victim because I knew that if I dare to speak against people, I should also have courage to face them. You also seem to be worried about Modi following me.
This was really very childish Anurag, very, very childish. Why should a PM not have the freedom to choose like you can have? Does my freedom to question you make me a criminal? Does my freedom to have a political opinion make me a sinner? Does the support extended to me make me a scoundrel? This may be irrelevant, but I have sweated in fierce sun and shivered in cold nights to enter a good college, I have burnt midnight oil to represent my college in theatre and sports, I have not slept many nights so that I can excel in my job as well as pursue my hobby of writing. Does that make me less qualified to be followed by the PM?
A friend of mine used to say that, deep inside, Anurag Kashyap has a male, macho ego which is why he keeps protagonists like Ransa in his movies. Your silly, sissy, replies and responses have proved him wrong.
I was stupid to believe in you, not any more.
We stand by you Raj, keep on exposing such bigots.