Watch the burning of 50 Dalit Houses in Lathor , Dist. Bolagir in Orissa (Orissa Caste Atrocity). The dreams are burnt so easily, luckily someone recorded the program on his mobile. While the whereabouts of that person are still not known, somebody says he might have been beaten! Readers please find time to send this video to as many as possible. Also you may like to protest here by writing comments..>>
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6-year-old PhD scholar of the University of Hyderabad (UoH) committed suicide by consuming poison at his hostel on the campus in Gachibowli on Sunday, leading to a four-hour protest by students.
The victim was identified as M Venkatesh alias Venkateshwarulu, 26, from Lingampally village in Ranga Reddy district. The PhD second-year student was carrying out research at the Defence Research and Development Organization — supported Advanced Centre for Research in High Energy Materials on the campus.
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Historic Medical Negligence Case: Supreme Court convicts Upper-Caste doctors, 5.6 Cr fined (Merit For Toss)
The Supreme Court held three doctors — Dr Balram Prasad, Dr Sukumar Mukherjee and Dr Baidyanath Haldar — guilty of negligence in treating Anuradha, who had contracted a rare skin disease. Prasad and Mukherjee have been directed to pay Rs 10 lakh each to Saha, while Halder will pay Rs 5 lakh. AMRI hospital, where Anuradha’s maltreatment took place, would have to pay the remaining Rs 5.71 crore.
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When Sachin Tendulkar started out, Anil Gurav was Mumbai’s brightest star, offering him tips and once a bat. As Sachin calls it a day, Bharat Sundaresan meets the man who disappeared into the shadows.
Former Mumbai cricketer and a Sachin confidant, Rajesh Sutar, remembers that everyone from Achrekar’s nets thought it would be Gurav among them who would go on to play for India. “He was called the Viv Richards of Mumbai at that point. Even Sachin used to admire his batting a lot,” Sutar says.
They also remember that he had the audacity to overrule coach Achrekar’s stringent rules and continue playing tennis-ball tournaments.
Mangesh Bhalekar, another noted maidan coach, remembers people bunking work to watch Gurav take an opposition attack apart.
Even as Sachin began stealing some of his thunder, Gurav remained the star of Mumbai’s upcoming batting talent, representing Bombay Schools and the Bombay U-19 team.
Talking about the time he lent Sachin his bat, Gurav says: “I was his captain at Sassanian (the cricket club). He wanted to use my bat but was too shy to ask me directly. The request came through Ramesh Parab (now the international scorer at Wankhede), and I told Sachin he could use it provided he made a big score. He said, ‘I will sir’, and went on to score a century with my SG bat,” he says.
A deep breath later, his stained teeth breaking into a huge smile, Gurav says: “Imagine Sachin called me ‘sir’ back then.”
Gurav’s highest score came for Bombay Schools, 135, in a crunch match, where he overshadowed the likes of Sulakshan Kulkarni, the current Mumbai coach, and a few others who would go on to play Ranji Trophy.
His story, of course, would take a completely different tangent. And as he fell from grace, it would coincide with the rise of Sachin.
“Sachin was always special. He had all the shots and a great temperament. He also was blessed in a way, everything happened at the right time for him. Most importantly, he had a great background,” says Gurav. “Background is everything,” he adds, after a pause.
Source: Indian Express
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Mr Veer Singh From IIT Kharagpur takes pride in racist India. He could be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org. He writes with his mind wide open. Let’s analyse what his colleague thought process:
He writes on Atrocitynews:
“racism is in root of earth. some people are extremely black some are extremely white,some have small eye (chinese) some have large hair at their body some race have very little hair. so racism is phenomena of nature. in all races aryan are known as best.
you said that brahman are came from middle asia (as statedby max muller”aryan main residential place was middle asia) it supports that brahmins are arya best clan on this world.this implies that you also support brahmins as best clan.according to max muller aryan (brahmin,kshatriya, vaishya) beat indian original resident and treat them as lower caste.so you are loser since then. then you have no right to claim that we are from outside of india. who are you to say brahmins are from outside of india ? on the basis of only theory of maxmuller that is not a prooved theory and also there is much contradiction in that theory, you are claiming that they are outsider. i think phelosophies given by manu was absolutely right. he have done these for the welfare of society….”
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How many of TV viewers know about the father of Sachin Tendulkar was working in Dr Ambedkar’s founded Siddharth College. He was teaching Marathi in the college. Owing to have felt blue swing of social movement, Sachin’s father would have been first to negate the Media hype of Cricket over issues of prominence i.e. Civil Rights Movement of India. Hindu Media is absolutely doing this out of no logic, Sachin is made god for every TV watcher? Why?
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Ritesh from IIM Banglore writes,
“I just was wondering about human nature and forgetfulness…..Great people/human happen in society (even players)….As people of this country has forgotten Buddha then who is Sachin to remember for more time though painful to believe…But need to be aware of nature of people in the country well…Some may use him for personal gains for more self benefit taking emotional advantages of people and make him disappear soon instead of setting an example for other sports….”
Dr Rahul from ICMR writes:
“There is basic difference between this comparison. The establishment/people in power/people controlling socio-economic system intentionally destroyed Buddhism and forced people to forget ” Gautam Buddha” who is the Greatest Human Being. On the contrary, Sachin Tendulkar was made Hero by the establishment/people in power/people controlling socio-economic system for their benefit. They have been doing this regularly. They are neglecting the true heros and projecting the false heros. To make ordinary person hero they will use all their strategies. One simple example which we see everyday is Dr Ambedkar Vs Gandhi. The establishment/people in power/people controlling socio-economic system don’t want people of this country to forget Gandhi however people of this country want to forget him. They spend crores of funds to make him alive. On the other hand people of this country do not want to forget Dr Ambedkar but establishment/people in power/people controlling socio-economic system want people to forget him. This is the basic difference …we have to see how long this battle goes and where we contribute…”
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Talking earlier this week to a 100 very bright and very young students at the nascent Ashoka University, I asked if they thought of their country as India, Bharat or Hindustan. The answer, from a young woman, came fast: “India”. She spoke, I think, for everyone of them drawn from different parts
of India and varying academic hinterlands. I told them their identification with India was on track with the opening words of the Preamble to our Constitution: “We the people of India…” and the first Article of our Constitution — Article 1 (1) : “India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of States.
Fortunately for all of us, at this point, Ambedkar rose. “Is all this necessary, sir?” he asked the Chair. “There is a lot of work to be done.”
Kamath’s amendment putting ‘Bharat’ before ‘India’ was put to vote by President Prasad. The Assembly divided by a show of hands. Kamath’s amendment was lost, rather narrowly: 38 supporting Kamath, 51 supporting Ambedkar’s formulation. A difference of 13 hands gave us ‘India that is Bharat’, rather than ‘Bharat, that is India’.
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Ms Jayashree writes from UK|
Submitted on 2013/07/24 at 8:12 am
Dr. Ambedkar’s ideology is universal. His views are true even after 100 years. Need of “Equality Act” in U.K. makes it more pertinent. What He had said in 1916 in his paper “Castes and its genes” that if Brahmins of India would go outside India i.e.to the other part of world Casteism will become the world problem. Same happens today!
Thanks Jayashree for sharing this !
Readers, Ms Jayashree could be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
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