Sri Ram Sena and Mangalore pub attack

Ram, lord Vishnu’s avatar was a protector not the destroyer, for he protected the interests of those sadhus who were troubled by Rakshasas. Looking at the recent Mangalore incident, it wouldn’t be hard for any sane individual to distinguish between Rakhshas and lord Ram. Read Full story>>

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4 Responses to Sri Ram Sena and Mangalore pub attack

  1. Shahzad Hamdani says:

    “MY FAITH DEMANDS THAT I DO WHATEVER I CAN, WHEREVER I AM, WHENEVER I CAN, FOR AS LONG AS I CAN I HV TO TRY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”
    The word “POLITICS” has always been considered as one of the dirtiest and dis-respectable profession in this world. Each and every person tries to be a long distance away from it, so far that he may not have to be a part of it. We all people of free democratic, secular, and socialistic country love to be called as the democrats but keep our self way from the means and the source which make as democratic. The constitution of India has provided as with fundamental rights enshrined in the Part III of the Constitution. One of such rights is Right To Vote. Right to Vote is the primary stage of being a part of politics. It is we the people of elect our representatives and when we find that they were not worthy to be elected we start blaming POLITICS. Every person living in the society has it’s own status and role and it is that status and role which marks a person’s identification. A person who is a doctor is his status and to cure a patient is his role. In the same way a lawyer, a teacher, a politician, a bureaucrat and many such others have there own status and role to play in the society. What we find is that every person gets so involved to perform his designated duty and role that he completely forgets that there is own more status and role which he above all and that is the status and role not achieved by him but designated to him the day he was born and the day he became par of the society. One need to realise that being declared socialistic and democratic doesn’t itself constitute a person unless he himself works on it. One such status and role which is common to all the persons from a bureaucrat to a shopkeeper or from a politician to a teacher and that is the status of being a member of the society and the role of being responsible and sincere towards the society but unfortunately we get our self so much occupied in the achieved status that we almost neglect the status and role for which we are born and with which we have to die. A great writer once observed that the big divide in a country is not between Democrats and republicans, or women and men, but between talkers and doers. Thus every person should understand his own status and role for he to be called a free democrat and socialistic he need to light the candle rather to curse the darkness.

    • abdul says:

      SINCE U ARE MUSLIM THATS WHY SPEAKING AGAINT SRI RAM SENA….. YA DO WHAT U WANT TO DO,WHATEVER U WANT TO DO… BUT NOT WHEN IT EFFECTS OTHER… THIS IDIOTS WILL DRINK AND DRIVE CAR KILLING SOME INNOCENT GUY WHO WILL HAVE TWO SMALL CHILDREN TO RAISE… NOW SPEAK….. IMUSLIM CULTURE ITS NOT ALLOWED LADIES TO DRINK
      I AGREE BITTING WAS WRONG… BUT.. REALY DO UR PARENT WILL LIKE IF U GO TO PUB… BE FRANK… DRINING BRINGS HELL OF PROBLEMS IN MARRIED AND PERSONAL LIFE…. AND WHOM EVER TRY TO STOP SOME ONE FROM DRINKING PLEASE SUPPORT THEM… AND DONT STAND AGAINS THEM….. ALLAH IS WATCHING U ONE DAY U HAVE TO SHOW UR FACE TO HIM

  2. Hakim Mohammad Sadiq says:

    Hakim Mohammad Sadiq (1916-2006):
    He was the son of Hakim Mohammad Ali. He was born on 13th January 1916 in Mohalla Babapora, Srinagar. He completed His early schooling from Government school Srinagar and did His matriculation from University of Punjab, Lahore (this time in Pakistan) in the year 1932. After completing his matriculation, he joined Shri Pratap High Secondary school to get higher education. Right from his childhood he had a great command over the English especially the Old Testimonial English and as such he had interest in reading, writing and sports. In his college days he was one of the talented students and was also appointed as Secretary of the Philosophical Association in the period of 1937-38. After completion of graduation, he went to Aligarh Muslim University, and did his Law Graduation from there in the year 1941. After completing his Law Degree, he started practising as a Lawyer in different courts, including Lahore High Court. After Partition he continued his Law Practise at Anantnag, Islamabad. He used to dedicate his few precious hours every day to impart free knowledge to students at Islamia School, Anantnag. He later started to take keen interest in politics and tended towards it. In the Field of Politics he was appointed as Secretary of the Muslim conference. He was the person who had the privilege to meet and to be in the company of great personalities like Allama Iqbal and Qaied-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jennah. He was also invited by many main stream parties but due to prevailing conditions, he preferred to denounce himself from politics forever and left the job of advocacy and joined the Judiciary as Munsiff at Srinagar. He served as Munsiff in almost every District of Kashmir. Later he was promoted and appointed as Additional District Magistrate in Bhadarwah. He, because of his intelligence and knowledge in the field of Law, used to provide guest lecture to the Law students in University of Kashmir. In the later year of 1970, he decided to take pre-mature retirement from the judiciary and thus he retired as Additional Law secretary of the law Department. After serving in the Judiciary, he joined the J&K High Court Bar in the year 1971, but keeping in view his honesty, integrity and dedication and the depth of knowledge he had acquired in the field of Law, he was appointed by then P.M of India Mrs. Indra Ghandhi and by then Chief Justice of J&K. Thus he was selected as Member of Official Language (LEGISLATIVE) Commission in the Ministry Of Law and Justice (Govt. of India) from J&K. he was the only Kashmiri member who was been appointed and given the task to translate Constitution of India in Kashmiri Language. He remained as its member from 1971-76. After completing the Consignment he rejoined the J&K High Court Bar in the year 1976. He also wrote a book titled as “Kashmiri as a language in the eighth schedule of Indian Constitution.” Again due to his honesty he was appointed a chief legal advisor of J&K Bank where he contributed his best. In the year 1991, he decided to quit the profession of Advocacy, and dedicated his remaining periods of his life in the Field of knowledge and religion, of which he had great interest since his early childhood. His contribution had been many, some of which are the translation of some verses of Diwan-e- Hafiz from Persian to English with explanation.
    He also translated the Holy Quran in the Old Testimonial English, which after his death on 30th September, 2006 has been send for final compiling and publishing.

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