Will India win the World Cup?


India the champions of 1983 are still waiting to win another one and hopefully this will be the cup and year when we can win our second World Cup. We really wish and hope that the team does well and make us proud in the world. Kapil’s men won us the world cup when they were not expected to win and since than we have come so close yet so far to win another for another two decades. Dravid has a great team and all the stats and figure will show we are one of the favourites to win the cup this time. But what I really do not understand we Indians take this game so seriously that we put undue pressure on the team. One thing which I do not like is the unnecessary things we do like performing yagnas and puja in church, masjid and temples. I would rather like those enthusiastic youths to do some real social work and does some charity work for the poor and needy. They should help each other and make sure India shows to the other World that her citizens are real human beings who love and care about other fellow citizens.

I would really like to wish India to win the cup but with the start they have against Bangladesh it does not look good. Let’s not lose hope and think that it was a minor bleep and we will learn from our mistake and get our acts together. The team should make a serious effort and regroup themselves so that they can win the rest of their matches. We are still with the team and would be with them through thick and thin and wish them all the success.

Come on India show the entire world how good you are and why we are so proud of you’ll. 


Is there any Humans left in Pakistani Army?


Events of Kargil war is still alive with most of Indians who still cannot forgive Pakistan for their act of cowardism. But events like this makes us more determined to hate them more than before. I would like to request all our readers to express their views whether Indian or not. If you are a Human being and would like to be treated as one please express your solidarity and views so that we can show the Pakistani Govt to take action against the guilty of this cruel event.

Lt. Saurabh Kalia of 4 JAT Regiment of the Indian Army laid down his life at the young age of 22 for the nation while guarding the frontiers at Kargil.His parents, indeed the Indian Army and nation itself, lost a dedicated, honest and brave son.He was the first officer to detect and inform about Pakistani intrusion. Pakistan captured him and his patrol party of 5 brave   men alive on May 15, 1999 from the Indian side of LOC. They were kept in captivity for three weeks and subjected to unprecedented  brutal torture, evident from their bodies handed over by Pakistan Army on June 9, 1999. The Pakistanis indulged in dastardly acts of inflicting burns on these Indian officers with cigarettes, piercing their ears with hot rods, removing their eyes before puncturing them and breaking most of the bones and teeth. They even chopped off various limbs and private organs of the Indian soldiers besides inflicting unimaginable physical and mental torture.

After 22 days of torture, the brave soldiers were ultimately shot dead. A detailed post-mortem report is with the Indian Army. Pakistan dared to humiliate India this way flouting all international norms.They proved the extent to which they can degrade humanity. However,the Indian soldiers did not break while undergoing all this unimaginable barbarism,which speaks volumes  of their patriotism,grit, determination, tenacity and valour-something all of India should be  proud of.Sacrificing oneself for the nation is an honour every soldier would be proud of, but no parent, army or nation can accept what happened to these brave sons of India. I am afraid every parent may think twice to send their child in the armed forces if we all fall short of our duty  in safeguarding the PRISONERS OF WAR AND LET THEM MEET THE FATE OF LT.SAURABH KALIA.
It may also send a demoralising signal to the army personnel fighting for the Nation that our POWs in Pak cannot be taken care of. It is a matter of shame and disgust that most of
Indian Human Rights Organisations by and large, showed apathy in this matter. 

Through this humble submission, may I appeal to all the civilized people irrespective of colour, caste, region, religion and political lineage to stir their conscience and rise to take this as a NATIONAL ISSUE !!! International Human Rights Organizations must be approached to expose and pressure Pakistan to identify, book and punish all those who perpetrated this heinous crime to our men in uniform. If Pakistan is allowed to go unpunished in this case, we can only imagine the consequences. Below is the list of 5 other soldiers who preferred to die for the country rather than open their mouths in front of enemy –  

1. Sep. Arjun Ram s/o Sh. Chokka Ram; Village & PO
Gudi. Teh. & Dist.
Nagaur, (Rajasthan)

2. Sep. Bhanwar Lal Bagaria h/o Smt. Santosh Devi;
Village Sivelara;Teh.&
Dist.Sikar (Rajasthan)
3. Sep. Bhikaram h/o Smt. Bhawri Devi; Village
Patasar; Teh.  
Pachpatva;Distt.Barmer (Rajasthan)

4. Sep. Moola Ram h/o Smt. Rameshwari Devi; Village
Katori; Teh. Jayal;Dist.

5. Sep. Naresh Singh h/o Smt. Kalpana Devi; Village
Chhoti Tallam;
Teh.Iglab; Dist.Aligarh (UP)

Please express your view by giving your name and also ask your friends and relatives to do the same. Lets us give a supporting hand to the family of all the soldiers who would have gone through a similar situation.

JAI HIND ….Victory to India  !! 

Uma Can Now Fight Election For Her Own Party

Uma BhartiBharatiya Jan Shakti of expelled Bharatiya Janata Party leader Uma Bharti has been recognised as a political party by the Election Commission, which came in to existence after four months .The party got recognition with effect from July 5, Bharti’s aide Sanjay Mishra said in New Delhi citing a letter received from the Election Commission on Monday.The development will boost the morale of the cadres of the party, he said.

Since its launch in April, BJS is seeking to make a foothold in various states across the country, particularly in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. Bharti, who was expelled from BJP in December 2005 for indiscipline, is making efforts to consolidate BJS. In this direction, she appointed former Madhya Pradesh Minister Prahlad Patel as the party’s national general secretary and entrusted former Union minister Tapan Sikdar the party’s responsibility of West Bengal last week. Bharti also appointed social leader Baburam Nishad, believed to have strong influence in the mallah community in the state, as party’s chief in election-bound Uttar Pradesh.Prahlad was expelled from BJP late in 2005 along with Bharti after he alleged that maltreatment was being meted out to the firebrand former Madhya Pradesh chief minister. Sikdar, who also quit BJP a few months back, was made president of the West Bengal unit of the party and made in-charge of the north-east.

Congress Head Post In MP Is Up For Grab

Congress which lost the last election in Madhya Pradesh both in state and national level has found some lost ground with the exit of Uma Bharati from BJP. Congress is trying to win some lost ground in 2008 election and would try to regain the state from BJP. All they need is a good leader to guide them to the correct path and should take advantage of the Uma Bharati situation. Remarkably for the first time in Congress history the veternas in MP politics are opting out from he top post. Digvijay Singh and Arjun Singh have not shown interest and are giving reason to opt out from this top post. This is good for congress and the state as some new young leader could get the chance and if they win the election might guide the state to new hights in development, modern education, infrastructure and create employment chance for the youth of the state. The two strong contenders for this post are union minister Suresh Pachouri and two time Mp Jyotiraditya Scindia  son of former stalwart Madhav rao Scindia. Time will only tell whether cong can regain the lost territory in MP but the new move for young leaders is a welcome sign for all parties across India.

Can Uma Prove A Point To BJP?

Uma Bharati the self styled sanyashin and the former firebrand leader of BJP has finally formed her own political outfit. She proclaims that her party is the real BJP and has all the support of sangh parivar. She says her party is the only party which fights for hindus and will work on the ideology of Ram and Roti. Uma Bharati was undoubtedly one of the leaders BJP would miss as she was a great crowd puller and single handedly uprooted congress and Digvijay singh from Madhya Pradesh. BJP played real politics with her they took all her services and when it really mattered they gave the chief minister post to someone else. She had her own style of working which did not go well with other senior leaders in BJP like Advani and Promod Mahajan. She spoke out infront of the media in one of Advani's meeting and so was suspended from the party. But after sometime she took a U-turn and praised the same leader and entered back to the party. But this did not still solve the internal problem. She was not happy of the fact that Promod Mahajan was getting all the saying in party affairs whereas leaders like her and Kalyan Singh who are really linked with the people and grass root workers are sidelined. This did not go well with senior leaders and finally she had to leave BJP. She wanted to find out her value and power and thus she went for few yatras in some of the north states and with the response from the people she felt that she still has that x-factor. Time will only prove how successful her party will be but her first venture did not go well. She supported a candidate against Sonia Gandhi and did all she could to prove a point. But people proved that always the people who turn out in a rally turns to be your vote. Her candidate lost deposit, and Uma felt the first jolt in her new career. I really do not support any party who mixes religion with politics rather she should take up some socail issues.