Date: 5/9/2005

Comment ( Sonia Gandhi all set to be Cong chief again New Delhi, May 8: Congress President Sonia Gandhi is all set to be 'unanimously' re-elected chief of the party after the completion of the organisational poll processes by this month end. PS. It shows how foolish Indians can be. Since Sonia became Congress President Christian Missionaries have been converting Hindus with enormous speed. Also relations between Hindus and minorities have deteriorated because of Sonia's inflammatory speeches where she has criticized Hindu parties like BJP & Shiv Sena on Godhra issue. But she forgets to remember what happened to Sikhs when Congress was in power. Foolish Indians can be proud of world's largest democracy by having an Italian Party President. Could they not find a better person than Antonio Maino among 1 billion Indians? What an utter shame! .......................============ PERISHING HINUDS UNDER FOOT OF ITALY AND SWORD OF ISLAM. WHAT FURTHER PROOF DOES ONE WANT? Nepal VHP chief murdered by Commies ( Courtesy: Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 Suspected Maoist rebels gun down top Hindu priest May 06, 2005 12:35 IST Suspected Maoist rebels on Friday shot dead a top Hindu priest while he was performing puja at a temple in western Nepal. One of the priest's aides was also injured in the shootout. Narayan Prasad Pokarel, president, Nepal chapter of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, was gunned down around 0630 IST at Ram Nagar near Butwal, 300 km southwest of Kathmandu, sources in the organisation said. His body will be airlifted to Kathmandu for last rites, they said. No rebel group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. ----- Also Visit ---- Maoists gun down top Hindu priest ( ) From: anishuk Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 Maoists gun down top Hindu priest Press Trust of India Posted online: Friday, May 06, 2005 at 1222 hours IST Updated: Friday, May 06, 2005 at 1304 hours IST Kathmandu, May 6: Suspected Maoist rebels on Friday shot dead a top Hindu priest and injured one of his aides in western Nepal while he was performing a religious ceremony at a temple. Narayan Prasad Pokharel, president of Nepal chapter Vishwa Hindu Parishad, was gunned down around 0630 hrs at Ram Nagar near Butwal, 300 kms southwest of Kathmandu, sources in the organisation said, adding one of his associates was wounded in the attack. His body will be airlifted to Kathmandu for last rites, they said. Pokarel, 50, was performing a yagna to appease gods and raise money for a local college Blast at Kashmir Hindu wedding kills 2, wounds 17 ( Courtesy: Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 On 5/5/05, Sudarshan Khandige <skhandige@y... wrote: Killings of innocent Hindus is passe for the ELM. This news was not carried by a single english newspaper in India but amazingly was reported in The Dawn of Pakistan and The Gulf Daily News, both from Islamic countries! I wonder if given that we are smoking the peace pipe with the butcher of Kargil, there is some government directive to the ELM to edit our such minor, inconvenient news items. Or more likely given their Islamic ass kissing secular compulsions ,there is no need for any directive, it comes instinctively. -Sudarshan Picture of Assistant Commandant Jeevan Kumar tortured and shot at point blank (Indo-Asian News Service) Courtesy: Date: Sat, May 7, 2005 Seemaye Bulaye Tujhe Chal Raahi Posted: 2005-04-21, 04:33:22 It was only five days ago that their son called to say he was leading an operation at the border and would phone again after it was over. That call never came, and the parents of the Border Security Force (BSF) trooper brutally killed in Bangladesh are still wondering why. Why was Assistant Commandant Jeevan Kumar tortured and shot at point blank range by Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) guards Saturday when he was just trying to secure the release of a villager from the Bangladesh-Tripura border? Why should a young man from Jharkhand be killed for doing his job in peacetime? And should a three-year-old child in Jharkhand be orphaned? The questions are many as Kumar's family and friends try to come to terms with the senseless killing of the trooper, who was cremated Monday amid angry scenes with thousands of people joining his funeral procession. "Before going for the operation Jeevan had called us. He told us that he was going to lead an operation at the border," recalls his father Shashi Bhushan Sinha, a retired professor of Ranchi University. "He told us that he would call after completing the operation." The family waited. The phone did ring, but it was not Kumar telling them that the operation was over. It was a call informing them of his death. His family is inconsolable and not really in a position to talk about the death, which has sparked off some tension between India and Bangladesh. It has been left to Kumar's father to deal with the outside world while the family deals with their trauma. "Now we have the responsibility of taking care of Jeevan's daughter. My son's place will remain vacant forever and no one can take his place. But his wishes will be fulfilled and the upkeep of his daughter is now our responsibility," says Sinha. Kumar, who joined the BSF in 1995 and graduated from the Ranchi University, had been married only five years ago in 2000. "It is unbelievable that Jeevan was killed in this way. He was a good natured person and we were happy when he joined BSF. He died for doing his job. His killing should be condemned and the Indian government should take the issue seriously so that such incidents are not repeated in future," says his childhood friend Palash Kumar. Chief Minister Arjun Munda, Governor Syed Sibte Razi and senior government officials have paid tribute to him. The state government has announced a payment of Rs.200,000 and a job. But that is of scant relief to the family of the young man, whose death has left a void never to be filled. Indo-Asian News Service Bangladeshis kill Indian villager ( Courtesy : Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 Bangladeshis kill Indian villager May 06, 2005 18:02 IST An Indian was stabbed to death by a group of Bangladeshis near Karaitali, a border village in north Tripura district, police said on Friday. A group of Indian villagers, which was searching for their cattle, had crossed the border fencing at Karaitali on Wednesday when a few Bangladeshis dragged one Suraj Lal Pashi into their territory, they said. Pashi's body, with injury marks, was found in the area on Thursday, police said. The Border Security Force personnel tried to contact officials of Bangladesh Rifles, they said. Police have registered a case about this incident. On April 16, Assistant Commandant Jeevan Kumar of the Border Security Force was dragged into Bangladeshi territory and killed. .......................000000000