Saturday, October 9, 2010

Both Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the banned Students’ Islamic Movement of India follow fundamentalist ideologies

The AICC general secretary, Mr Rahul Gandhi, speaking at a press conference here Wednesday at the end of a three-day Madhya Pradesh tour, equated the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh with the banned Students’ Islamic Movement of India, saying both followed fundamentalist ideologies. He said he wanted to “open the gates of politics” to the young to “empower them to take on the task of nation-building”.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Corrupt Mayavati is misutilising central fund

"For the youth today, as I hear often, Ayodhya and such issues are not important but for them education and jobs are more relevant. If we do not transform our educational system then we will have to struggle in future," warned Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi.
To a query on packages from the Centre for backward regions, he said, "I had visited Bundelkhand in the region some years ago and found many serious problems facing the region on its way to development. There is a central problem that packages by the Centre for development of backward regions, are not being utilized properly and the need is to improve the situation."

Saturday, October 2, 2010

'Gandhi's teachings helped Obama shape his life'

Mahatma Gandhi was the guiding light of our technique of non-violent social change. His wholehearted embrace of 'Gandhian' principles was clearly instrumental to the eventual success of the American civil rights movement.
__________Martin Luther King

Friday, October 1, 2010

Mulayam Singh must stop spoiling communal harmony

"We request him (Mulayam) not to say anything which could spoil communal harmony and whatever has to be said should be in the Supreme Court," Congress Legislature Party leader Pramod Tewari told reporters here.

God resides in man's heart, not in man-made houses: SRK

"Allah, God, Bhagwan in whichever name we pray to the supreme power by, resides in man's heart, not in man-made houses for Him," SRK wrote on microblogging site Twitter.

"I mean first our beliefs should take seed and grow in our hearts and then only we should manifest that in places of prayer and God," the actor tweeted.

It is only a few mischief makers who create divisions in our society

'You should be particularly careful with regard to rumours that disruptive elements could propagate to create ill-will between communities,' he said.
'My appeal to all sections of the people is to maintain peace and tranquility and to show respect for all religions and religious beliefs in the highest traditions of Indian culture,' he added.
'I have full faith in the people of India. I also have full confidence in the traditions of secularism, brotherhood and tolerance of our great country,' he said.
'I know that often it is only a few mischief makers who create divisions in our society,' he added.