CRY Humanity! CRY!CRY!
We dare not cry Freedom as Slaves we are!
#Paris mourns#Chhath #Come Mayawati #!Humanity dragged into Bermuda triangle #War again #India Proactive!
The Class Caste ruling Hegemony lost credit and it also lost the mandate and it badly wants yet another KARGIL War to invoke blind nationalism.Thus,India is a proactive partner in American war against Terror to invoke full bloom Islamophobia and it would be the Global Kargil to accomplish the Hindu Globe agenda!
लिखना विखना बंद करै तो खाल बच जाई का?
Study of 73 ethno-linguistic groups establishes that ancient India was one in which all people intermingled freely!
India is inflicted with Mandal Kamandal Civil war just because of an artificial system Manusmriti imposed upon generations of people that encouraged inequality and supressed them for 2,000 years.
Voltaire Biography Documentary
The Bermuda Triangle trailer official trailer
FDI Blast on Diwali eve had been a trailor to every sector contrary to Terror struck vocal scenario that Paris opened every door and window to give shelter and food for suffering humanity as poetry becomes mourning,paintings bleed and white roses killed!
Reform Film is a longer one to enact Greek Tragedy in India with destination of complete privatization, complete disinvestment to kill equality ,justice and tolerance.One blood Indian Humanity!
War declared yet again and India takes over United Kingdom!Birinchi Baba FDI Baba replaced Blair of the oil war and India is proactive!
Grand Alliance Possible for Uttar Pradesh Polls, Says Akhilesh Yadav! Come mayawati!Respond to make History!Lead India!As Dalits Protested against Misuse of Babasaheb and his memorial in London as the Dalit writer from Kuvempunagara, Mysooru, Karnataka, Devanooru Mahadeva returned Sahitya Academy Award and Padmshri to voice the conscience of Humanity against the racist intolerance!
Chhat Maia ki jai! Chhath Puja is performed without discrimination,without rituals,without priest! It is the worship of Female Personified SUN God,the source of light and enlightenment as we have landed in an era of DARKNESS.Let the Sun unleash all of its solar storm to destroy the hegemony of darkness!
We,Indian people own similar genetics and so many streams of humanity,different races merged in the Bharat Tirth and we remained on until the demise of buddhist India!Chhath Puja is an opportunity to look into Ancient India where we happened on blood and had no identity whatsoever and worshipped only the Nature!
Thanks You Tube.I have included the clippings from the biopic on Voltaire to understand Paris,France and the history of Europe and Les Miserables.Included the official trailer of the film,Bermuda Triangle, a documentary on Bermuda Triangle.Bhojpuri Songs on Chhath Puja included and also had the clippings of Paris in mourning with G 20 summit and analysed the phenomenon of humanity,freedom and universal brotherhood endangered.Cry Humanity! Cry!
#Chhat #Come Mayawat#!Humanity dragged into Bermuda triangle#War again#India Proactive!
Devanooru Mahadeva lodged his protes against intolerance and returned Sahitya Academy award as well as Padmshri!His declaration letter as follows:
TH Cross, Navilu Road,
Kuvempunagara, Mysooru, Karnataka.
I have always believed that for every government to remain sensitive and societyoriented,
writers, artists and intellectuals should act like the restraining bridle. However, much against my
nature, I have controlled myself from reacting in the present context of 'returning awards against
intolerance'. But when some writers and artists organised themselves in support of the ruling
government, I felt it was a sure sign of evil. Disgusted by this development, I am now returning the
Central Sahitya Akademi award and the Padmashri award. Returning them now, I know, is only
symbolic in a way. I feel awkward that I am not able to return the position and prestige I may have
obtained indirectly through these awards.
The dreams nurtured by our freedom struggle – freedom of expression, tolerance and
social justice – have somehow dwindled after the Nehru era and are now in jeopardy. Those
values may not be tangible or materially visible, but they are like the very breath of the cultural,
social India we need to build. The lack of this awareness appears to be the reason for today's
intolerance. Otherwise we would not have witnessed the tragedy of the leaders of the central
government themselves saying that incidents like that of Dadri and killings caused by ideological
differences are the problems of the respective states. Similarly, the central law minister, who
should at least know that the returning of awards by intellectuals is an expression of non co-
operation in protest against social and cultural intolerance, would not have made the self-
destructive comment that 'it is intellectual intolerance against Modi.' Instead, he should have
accepted it as helpful for the ruling government to become more sensitive to such issues.
Similarly again, the powerful Pejawar pontiff saying in ridicule 'would they remain silent if pork
were to be cooked in front of a masjid" is also an example of the same state of mind. Who has to
say that it is not proper for the mind of the pontiff of the Krishna Mata to be filled with masjid and
pork? Such attitudes among those in power and the vested are knowingly or unknowingly
provoking greater intolerance and violence in society.
The group which is now indulging in violent excesses of intolerance is emboldened by the
feeling that those whom it voted to power are now in the central government and that whatever
misdeed it may commit it will escape by their blessings. Therefore the violent incidents of
intolerance which used to take place in a clandestine manner are now happening in broad
daylight. Never in the past had there been such a situation. Only if the central government
introspects on this will it be able to provide governance.
In this context, I remember a story I had read somewhere. When a powerful man from a
community given to dacoity, extortion and violence defeats a weak king and becomes the ruler,
the first thing he does is, instead of showing any concession for the dacoity and violence practised
by his community, he suppresses the criminal activities, makes his people civilized citizens and
thus becomes responsible for creating a healthy society. It appears as though history, having
placed a huge challenge before our present prime minister, is watching him with a little smile on
In sum, this is a time for introspection and soulsearching for everyone. The following
words of introspection spoken in his last days of power by General Musharraf can be a lesson to
us: "Sayeed, Lakhwi were our heroes when they were fighting for the liberation of Kashmir. When
religious fundamentalism began to mix with their struggle, it was transformed into terrorism. Now
this terrorism is targeting our own people."
History has been often been saying this loud and clear to us. There is also the saying of a
Yogi that even God cannot save those who perpetrate murder, looting, hatred in the name of
religion and God! I am returning the awards to remind ourselves of all this in the present situation.
Taking a cue from the massive victory of the Grand Alliance against BJP in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today said such a tie-up was possible in the state where Assembly elections are due in early 2017.
"A Grand Alliance is possible in the state," Mr Yadav told reporters when asked about possibility of such a coalition materialising in UP to take on BJP in 2017 assembly polls.
The Chief Minister, however, did not elaborate.
His remarks came a day after an Uttar Pradesh minister suggested a Grand Alliance involving ruling Samajwadi Party and Mayawati-led BSP for the upcoming assembly polls in the state similar to the one in Bihar where rivals RJD chief Lalu Prasad and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar came together and decimated BJP.
Like Bihar, BJP had swept Uttar Pradesh also in Lok Sabha election last year and the party is hoping that it will return to power in the politically crucial state after nearly 15 years.
#!Humanity dragged into Bermuda triangle #War again #India Proactive!
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances!
Meanwhile,invoking the Panchsheel principles, Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday called on India to "immediately lift the undeclared blockade" imposed on Nepal that would help boost bilateral ties amid the recent political crisis over the country's new Constitution.
"Nepal wants to maintain relations with its neighbours on the basis of the principles of Panchsheel, Oli said. The Panchsheel doctrine is a set of principles to govern relations between states. Their first formal codification in treaty form was an agreement between China and India in 1954.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
François-Marie Arouet (French: [fʁɑ̃.swa ma.ʁi aʁ.wɛ]; 21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778), known by his nom de plume Voltaire (/voʊlˈtɛər/;French: [vɔl.tɛːʁ]), was a French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopherfamous for his wit, his attacks on the established Catholic Church, and his advocacy of freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and separation of church and state. Voltaire was a versatile writer, producing works in almost every literary form, including plays, poems, novels, essays, and historical and scientific works. He wrote more than 20,000 letters and more than 2,000 books and pamphlets. He was an outspoken advocate of several liberties, despite the risk this placed him in under the strict censorship laws of the time. As a satirical polemicist, he frequently made use of his works to criticize intolerance, religious dogma, and the French institutions of his day.
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Jean Valjean as Monsieur Madeleine. Illustration by Gustave Brion
Les Misérables (pronounced /leɪ ˌmɪzəˈrɑːb/ or /leɪ ˈmɪzəˌrɑːb/; French pronunciation: [le mizeʁabl(ə)]) is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862, that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century. In the English-speaking world, the novel is usually referred to by its original French title. However, several alternatives have been used, includingThe Miserable, The Wretched, The Miserable Ones, The Poor Ones, The Wretched Poor, The Victims and The Dispossessed. Beginning in 1815 and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris, the novel follows the lives and interactions of several characters, particularly the struggles of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his experience of redemption.
Examining the nature of law and grace, the novel elaborates upon the history of France, the architecture and urban design of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, antimonarchism, justice, religion, and the types and nature ofromantic and familial love. Les Misérables has been popularized through numerous adaptations for the stage, television, and film, including a musicaland a film adaptation of that musical.
The appearance of the novel was highly anticipated and advertised. Critical reactions were diverse, but most of them were negative. Commercially, the work was a great success globally.
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Indian Express reports:Paris Attacked
LIVE: France strikes back at heart of Islamic State; massive manhunt underway for suspect who got away
French police announced seven arrests and hunted for more members of the sleeper cell that carried out the Paris attacks that killed 129 people.
An Open Letter To Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India: Ambedkar Museum, London
By Santosh Dass
14 November, 2015
Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar remains a paramount champion for social reform both in India and beyond. In his Constitution, he far-sightedly incorporated principles of equality and human dignity by outlawing the perniciousness of Untouchablity which remains a scourge in India and the diaspora, Britain included. In it he framed a set of fundamental rights to equality, freedom of religion, freedom of speech and personal liberty. His work in the 1950s championing the liberation of women in India will continue to inspire people around the globe for generations.
In spite of the principles of Dr Ambedkar's Constitution, crimes against Dalits continue to rise. Furthermore, reported crimes are just the tip of the iceberg. Each day two Dalit men, women, or children are murdered and five Dalit women are raped. Toleration, freedom of religion and the personal right to choose ones faith particularly in the context of Dalits, and freedom of speech are being eroded while sadly the Government remains silent or mouths platitudes. In the wake of this, Dalits, Ambedkarites and groups that represent such communities in the UK have justifiably raised their voice against these atrocities and against your visit.
Prime Minister, you have visited the Ambedkar Museum in London today against a background of rising tensions in India and robust and vocal indignation about your visit here. Many see your visit as appropriating Ambedkar's name for party political gain. Babasaheb stands tall above this. I hope your visit to the Ambedkar Museum is your commitment to take a lead in translating his message and his legacy into real action in India and deliver real social change at home. There is an urgent need to reform local, state, and national justice systems and to make the police force register, process and prosecute crimes against Dalits. As the dismal conviction rates indicate, justice for Dalits is wanting in a casteist society where more often than not the perpetrators walk free. Where this happens, punish the police for dereliction of duty and pursue corruption. You and your government are under international scrutiny.
The initiative of the Federation of Ambedkarite and Buddhist Organisations UK to acquire the house where Dr Ambedkar lived from 1921 to 1922 must be a beacon to the world for Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. These are the values Dr Ambedkar cherished and put into practice. When opened, the Museum ought to be the symbol of hope for those fighting for justice, equality and social reform worldwide, including those fighting for justice for victims of caste-based discrimination in the UK. The legislation agreed by Parliament in 2013 is being robustly resisted by the Hindu groups in the UK who argue there is no such thing as caste discrimination. The true reality is, when people get off the plane in Manchester, they do not leave their caste prejudices behind in Mumbai.
In defining the partnership between India and UK, going forward from your speech in Parliament on 12 November, you committed to drawing on the life's work of Dr Ambedkar in terms of "building a future of social equality, opportunity, and dignity for all humans and peace among people." This now needs to be backed by concrete actions, and not just rhetoric by the Government of India. The Ambedkar Museum needs to be developed and managed transparently in order to deliver the purpose it was bought for. This can be achieved only with the involvement of Dalits and Ambedkarites in UK in its making and administration.
Ms Santosh Dass, MBE
President, Federation of Ambedkarite and Buddhists Organisations UK
In the UK there are a number of organisations with a common interest in following the teachings of Dr Ambedkar and traditions of Buddhism. FABO UK with its Head Office in Southall, West London, was formed in 1985 as a central UK body to strengthen these organisations' loose or informal associations. It is a voluntary and non-profit making organisation. FABO UK has a number of objectives. The key one is to propagate the teachings of Dr Ambedkar and Lord Buddha. Over the years the numbers of organisations with a common interest that have joined FABO UK have fluctuated yet grown. FABO UK is run by an elected Executive Team. The current President of FABO UK is Ms Santosh Dass, MBE. The joint General Secretaries are Mr Arun Kumar and Mr Gautam Chakravarty.
Nagaland Editors' statement on free press following Assam Rifles notification
-- On October 25 2015, Editors of five Nagaland-based media houses were issued a notification by a Colonel of the General Staff for Assam Rifles. Given the gravity of the matters raised in the notification we, the Editors of various English and Indigenous language newspapers of Nagaland have taken the communication as an opportunity to reflect, consult and critically examine what our role is in these circumstances.
It is our understanding that the General Staff for Assam Rifles is concerned about three critical issues: (a) that through our reporting of press statements by NSCN-K, we have, in effect, intentionally or unintentionally supported unlawful association; (b) we have violated the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act of 1967; and (c) by publishing statements by banned organizations, we are, ipso facto, complicit in the organizations' illegal activities. These are serious charges indeed that merit a response from the Nagaland-based media and the wider media fraternity.
In the following paragraphs, we respectfully describe our role as media organizations functioning in an environment of conflict where the search for peace and justice is a critical component of our collective vision and mission in Nagaland.
As Editors, our reporting has always been guided by a free, fair, forthright, sensitive and unbiased approach as we work both within the backdrop of Naga history and our current reality. Such an approach to journalism ensures that reporting is impartial and inclusive to the fullest extent, provides opportunities for constructive engagement and, where possible, promotes healthy debates and dialogues on the difficult issues and challenges that Nagaland faces. Pursuant to this mission, we, the Editors and Journalists, are always open to critical feedback that can help improve our media practice.
When we have reported news by, or from, banned organizations, we have done so in the spirit of transparency, inclusivity and fairness so that the surfacing divergent opinions can promote dialogue and constructive engagement among diverse groups in Nagaland. History shows that at no point has the spirit or letter of our publications intentionally sought to support a banned organization or to incite and promote violence, or was biased in nature.
It is within this context that the Editors are concerned by the suggestion that in our reporting we, in effect, support unlawful association and are complicit in illegal activities. Is this an attempt to censor, weaken and ultimately silence the role of the media in Nagaland? We believe that the Assam Rifles shares our vision that the citizens of Nagaland have the basic and inalienable right to be informed, to listen to all voices on matters that affect their daily lives, and to make informed decisions pursuant to the dream we all share of a Nagaland that is thriving, peaceful and democratic.
Further, by implying that the Nagaland-based media is supporting a particular banned organization, the Assam Rifles is, ipso facto, jeopardizing the personal safety and well being of the Editors and the media fraternity in Nagaland. We want to believe that this is not the spirit or intent of the notification letter dated October 25, 2015.
We wish to reiterate that the notification needs to be viewed within the context of the long standing Indo-Naga issue, which historians and scholars have noted is one of the oldest political conflicts in the world. We fully appreciate the historical reality within which we live and work that has many forces as the pursuit of peace and justice has involved multiple actors and stakeholders who have their share of competing interests and positions as well.
However, the media in Nagaland has remained non-partisan, impartial and independent by upholding indigenous and internationally accepted values of non-violence, democracy and peace. With the print media being the primary means of mass-communication in Nagaland, we have carefully and diligently ensured that the editorial process – individually and collectively – acts responsibly, without prejudice, and is guided by universally recognized standards and ethical norms of journalism. We seek to make critical editorial decisions in ways that encourage healthy, peaceful and constructive engagement.
It is in this spirit that on this occasion of the National Press Day, which is commemorated on November 16 of every year, we, the Editors of various English and Indigenous language newspapers in Nagaland, take this opportunity to reflect and assert our role as an independent and responsible free press, and to affirm our commitment as the fourth pillar of democracy. We remain open to critical feedback, and believe that the free flow of information and ideas is essential for contributing to mutual understanding and peace in Nagaland.
Hence, as proponents of the free press supporting our commitment to the right to freedom of speech and expression, peace, democracy and economic empowerment, we shall:
(a) remain impartial and non-partisan while exercising our editorial independence that is free from all influences by State, Non-State and Corporate entities;
(b) continue to create and provide responsible and healthy spaces and opportunities that are open to diverse viewpoints in a sincere and sensitive manner without infringing on the news quality or the potential for constructive engagement;
(c) continue to uphold and safeguard values and practices of non-violence, democracy, liberty, inclusivity and peace;
(d) continue to practice universally acceptable standards and ethics of journalism, in particular peace journalism, while upholding the right to freedom of speech and expression;
(e) continue to exercise the right of free press – which also includes the right to freely gather and distribute news, information and ideas without restrictions; and
(f) continue reporting events ethically with transparency, accountability and objectivity by verifying and authenticating our sources of information while respecting the principle of confidentiality.
As Nagaland-based media houses, we hold ourselves responsible to the Press Council of India. Furthermore, in order for the media in Nagaland to uphold democratic values, protect the right to a free press, and to creatively examine our role in the complex and challenging situation in Nagaland, we are open to meeting and exploring with democratically elected members of the Government of Nagaland on issues that would enhance an environment where the media can function freely and where any issues that any party might object to – like the notification from Assam Rifles – can be addressed in a peaceful and constructive way.
Finally, by no means should this joint statement be misconstrued as a tacit support, or against any group in Nagaland.
Monalisa Changkija Geoffery Yaden Witoubou Newmai
Editor Editor Editor Nagaland Page Nagaland Post Eastern Mirror
K. Temjen Jamir M. Kire Dr. Aküm Longchari
Editor Editor Editor
Tir Yimyim Capi The Morung Express
Dated: November 15, 2015
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