2019 – Only For Modi: Make 2 Crore to 20 Crore !!!


There are approximately more than 2 crore plus people in India who are aggressively canvassing / promoting Narendra Modi of BJP to win 2019 elections – and even of 2024 elections too. They all are promoting Modi not for their own personal benefits. All these 2-3 crore people – you, me and all of us – want Narendra Modi to Rule India for minimum 2-3 terms. Why? So that we have a strong, powerful and corruption-free India; so that others can learn and duplicate it; so that all corrupt – useless people should go away / run away from politics; so that we may give to our next generation corruption free, equal and better field for play of democracy; so that the new generation may take India to further heights. It is all going to happen by 2025-2030. It is possible only by Dynamic Leadership of NARENDRA MODI. Crores of people are selflessly working day and night so that NARENDRA MODI will come to power with BJP alone minimum 285-300 seats and NDA (BJP plus some trustworthy alliance parties) getting minimum 325-350 seats in 2019 Parliamentary Elections. If you like it read, save and promote it to minimum 10 people every single day to make 2 crore people to 20 crore. Also pray to God for NARENDRA MODI’s heath and ability to take bold decisions and get stunning win for 2019 – and for 2024 elections too. IT IS DONE DEAL. No doubt in it. No questions about it. Also encourage your friends and relatives to find something positive in Narendra Modi’s leadership in last 4 years so that people who don’t know will come to know about it. If you like this please promote to all your friends and relatives till 2019 Parliamentary Elections. Thank you all.

Kashmir – A Page from History


By: Mrs. Meenakshi Vidhyasagar

In the current of time, ‘present’ is nothing but  a continuation of ‘past’. History is a good tool for the people to know their roots in the past. Kashmir and people there are no exception to this natural process. Legend has this to say:

Kashmir belongs to the Presiding Diety, Devi Sharada.

Rishi Kashyap emptied ‘Satisar’ – a huge ‘Mira’, which means sarovar. Thus the name of the place became Kashyap + Mira.. Kashmira.

This feat was achieved with the help of his son ‘Anant Nag’ to protect his progeny from a harassing demon.

This emptied land under the aegis of the Presiding deity Devi Sharada was developed into a huge learning center of the Vedas, Upanishads and other holy scriptures.

See this Sanskrit sloka:

“Namaste Sharada Devi..
Kashmira Pura vasini,
Tvaamaham prartaye nityam..
Vidya daanancha dehime..”

Thus we address the Devi as ‘Kashmira Pura vasini’.

Do you know what is the Kashmiri script called? It is ‘Sharada.’

What were the Sanskrit learning centers​ in Kashmir called ? ‘Sharada Peetha’.

To top it all.. once the entire Kashmir was called “Sharada Desha”!

Adi Shankar went all the way to worship Devi Sharada and to learn from the enlightened Pandits.

He was overwhelmed by the Sharada Peetha on the bank of river Krishna Ganga. That inspired him to establish a similar Sharada Peetha in Sringeri on the banks of river Tungabhadra. It is said the wooden ‘Mula Vigraha’ was brought from Kashmir to Sringeri.

Adi Shankara visited Kashmir along with some of his disciples. In the beginning they were staying with a Pandits family.

The Pandits were impressed by Shankaracharya’s in-depth knowledge of the Vedas. They felt privileged to host the enlightened one.

However Shankara insisted that they cook their own food. The hosts although felt slightly humiliated, nevertheless gave them all the necessary items to prepare their food. Somehow they had missed out on the fire to do the cooking. It was little late for the Shankaracharya’s disciples to wake up the hosts for the fire, so they all slept hungry.

In the morning the pandit couple came to enquire if everything is alright. They saw all the items were lying uncooked. The disciples said since there was no fire and they didn’t want to disturb the hosts, hence no dinner was cooked.

The lady of the house came forward and sprinkled some water over the firewood and the wood started burning.

Adi Shankaracharya realised that this was the message for him to learn more about virtues of the enlightened people of Kashmir, which is bestowed upon them by Devi Sharada.

He stayed at top of the hill near the lake. This hill is known as “Shankaracharya Hill” to commemorate the visit of Adi Shankara to Kashmir.

Unfortunately the Sharada Peetha of Kashmir is in Pakistan controlled Kashmir and no Indian pilgrims are permitted to visit the holy place.

The temple itself is in dilapidated state due to nature’s vagaries and sheer neglect.

Perhaps if Sharada Peetha is restored to the past glory, the blessings will do good to the people of Kashmir.

Wonderful Indian Architecture !!


Borrowed with thanks from ‘Know Your Bharat’

 Aerial view of the Vijay Stambha, Chittorgarh fort, Rājasthān. It was constructed by Mewār king Rānā Kumbha in 1448 to commemorate his victory over the Islamic armies led by Mahmūd Khiljī. The tower is dedicated to Lord Viśnū. The tower is 37.19m high and was built by architect ‘Sutradhara’ Jaita.

Image A:

This is a photograph of same ‘Vijaya Stambha’ from 1875. Now spot the difference. Shikhara of tower which was ‘typical Bhāratīya dome’ in 1875 had been replaced with pyramidal Shikhara. This is just one example as to how British ASI altered monuments to suite its devious agenda.

Image B:

Images of same ‘Vijaya Stambha’ placed side by side for an easy comparison. Left: This is how it looks like today Right: Photo from 1875. In the older photo we see that typical ‘Hindū dome (Aṇḍa)’ is in quite good condition.

Source: https://t.co/Ru9Zdo54Qe

Image C:

A military duel between male and female warriors carved inside Udayagiri Caves (2nd century BC) Orissā. Such duels during public festivals are mentioned by Sattasai (an ancient collection of poems).

These duels took place in open spaces and were curiously followed. Such duels must have been widely prevalent.

Source:https://t.co/T0F8WRjoYs

Aerial photograph of Sūrya Devasthāna, Modherā (Gujarāt). Patron: King Bhimadeva:

Simply stunning geometrical precision! No wonder, Al-beruni (the Islamic scholar who traveled Bhārat in 11th Century) said, “Our people when they see them, wonder at them and are unable to describe them, much less to construct anything like them.”
Source: https://t.co/08cRfbAhol

Those interested in detailed album view of the Devasthāna may check:
https://www.esamskriti.com/a/Gujarat/Surya-Temple-Modhera-.aspx

This 10th century Sati (Memorial) stone inscription from Śravaṇabeḷagola depicts the Karnāṭakā Warrior woman ‘Saviyabbe’ who fought along with her husband in battle. She avenged his death and later herself fell fighting. She is shown charging against an elephant rider.

A Vietnamese depiction of Shiva dating from the 9-10th century. Note the serpent hanging from Shiva’s left shoulder as his sacred thread.The dhāraṇī describes Nīlakaṇṭha as kṛṣṇa-sarpopavīta or kṛṣṇa-sarpa-kṛta-yajñopavīta, “one who has black serpent as a yajñopavīta.”
Source: https://t.co/xSxdaybAkW

Sculptures of female warriors of ancient Bhārata. Megasthenes tells us female warriors were employed by ancient Bhāratīya kings and as bodygaurds and assassins. They also accompanied the king in hunting and war and formed his innermost defence circle in battles.

Source: https://t.co/Nnh9FAkVul

Narasimha devouring HiranyaKashipu from Chennakeshava Temple, Belur.
Note the details of shield held by HiranyaKashipu. See the body lock performed by Narasimha. Presence of Vetala(?) is somewhat unusual. See the details of Makara-Torana arch. Note individual details of bow. Source:
https://t.co/8NeNWaHyPS

Many people ask about Narasimha’s chopped hands in the picture. The temple was subjected to desecration and plunder on more than one occasion by Islamic invaders, especially in 14th century.

Bhārat’s Achievements in the field of Shipping:

An archaeological reconstruction of the ancient city of Lothal (Gujarat, Indus Valley Civilization) as it existed 4500 years ago. Lothal was world’s earliest known port city with a dockyard equipped to berth and service ships. A city that was way ahead of its time!

Source: https://t.co/3NBSBZlhGx

Out of the four great civilizations of the ancient world, three of them, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China, have been extensively studied and well-known to almost every individual. Lost to human memory was the fourth civilization of equal importance and much more sophisticated Indus Valley Civilization that thrived along the flood plains of rivers Indus and Gaggar-Hakra. It was not until the twentieth century that this lost and forgotten civilization was rediscovered and acknowledged and was placed together in equal importance with Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China.

Read more: http://www.ancient-civilizations.com/lesser-known-facts-indus-valley-civilization/#ixzz5HSPj4VGq

According to Alan Villiers – an expert mariner who wrote 44 books on shipping and seafaring and many other related subjects – Indian Ocean is the birth place of sailing in the world. Bhārat has been blessed with bounties of nature, making it a ‘land of desire’ to which many people from across the globe flocked. The seas of Bhārat enjoyed the unique feature of having clear skies over the entire region for at least eight months in a year, which also encouraged the study of mathematics and astronomy. With the help of these sciences emerged details like ‘nakshatras’, their degrees, solstices, equinoxes and so on, that are so essential for navigation. There are numerous references to nautical terms in the Vedic literature. From the very early period, the Bharatiyas and the Arabs collaborated in the development of navigation. The Arabs acted as the intermediaries in the Bharatiya trade with the neighboring countries and then with the Europe.

Since the days of Buddha, Bharatiya Merchants and missionaries had been going to various parts of the world, particularly to Ceylon (present day Sri Lanka) and Southeast Asian Countries in Ships. Prince Vijaya’s visit to Ceylon in the sixth century BCE is well attested and forms a favorite subject of Bharatiya Artists.

Shipping and shipbuilding was a flourishing industry during the reign of the Mauryas when a full-fledged department of shipping was set up. The traditions were further streamlined in the regime of imperial Guptas. In the beginning of Christian era, or a little earlier, Bharatiya sailors went to Southeast Asian region in large numbers.

Ref: Baldeo Sahai’s ‘Indian Shipping – A Historical Survey’ , published by Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Govt. of Bhārat.

From ancient times nature has been a lavish in bestowing its bounties on this land. The country could boast of agricultural surplus many millenniums before the birth of Christ which is an essential prerequisite for the growth of any civilization. That gave the people a lot of leisure to indulge in various arts and sciences. The country abounded in a large number of tantalizing products, some of them unique to Bharat. Teak timber for example, a large variety of trees growing at different heights on the Himalayas and the eastern and Western Ghats. The Himalayan Pine, locally known as ‘deva dāru’ (corrupted as deodār) meaning “the tree of Gods”, having trunks up to a circumference of 25 feet and rising to such great heights that they appear to be slim!

Alexander the Great is said to have used it this number to build his fleet. According to Śri Srīdharan, the author of ‘A Maritime History of India’, under orders from Alexander, Admiral Nearchus acquired a fleet of river boats built in the Punjab by a tribe known as ‘Kastri’ , to make a sea voyage of nearly 1500 miles. The fleet sailed along the Persian gulf coast to reach its destination, which is a testimony to the hardy structure of the Bhāratīya built boats of those days.

Today evidence is available to support the findings that high precision, sea sailing ships were constructed in Bhārat atleast 4500 years ago. Shipping vessels were anchored with circular/triangular stone anchors. Somewhat similar stone anchors have been found off the coast of Modern city of Dwārakā through marine archaeology in 1984.

The shipping dock at Lothal (Gujarat) is the earliest archaeological evidence for marine activity in Bhārat. This is also considered to be the oldest port in the world (atleast 4500 years old). Today it is found that there existed atleast a dozen such ports around Gujarāt Coast line.

Archaeologists have found that ships laden with Bhāratīya merchandize were leaving this port and vessels from other countries were regularly visiting these ports. Around 2000 BCE, Lothal extended its overseas trade to Egypt, Bahrain and Sumerian cities of Ur and Barak as attested by gold beads and terracotta models of Mummy found.

Lothal was famous for its bead-making factories that were perhaps unique to it. Its beads have now been discovered in present day Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran, proving that they were in great demand by the women in those countries. Lothal goldsmiths made the most attractive item of costume jewellery in the world, according to archaeologist Dr. S R Rao.

Ornate interior of a temple, Jaisalmer fort, Rājasthān.

Lintel is decorated with lotus and Kīrtimukha pattern. Manḍapa is octagonal in plan having a domical ceiling. Ceiling of temple can be compared to those of Ranakpur temple, Jama Masjid of Champaner and Ahmedabad, Delwara etc.

Ornate Kirtimukha/Kala(कीर्तिमुख) at Amriteshwara temple in Amruthapura, Chikkamagaluru, Karnataka.

Cycle of time within cycle of time! Nothing could have communicated the the message better than this piece of art and symbolism!
Dated: ~12th century CE.

According to art historian Gerard Foekema, the wall panel images (one hundred and forty in all), and the reliefs and friezes that abound in this temple have a relaxed quality of workmanship about them, and in no Hoysala temple do these appear more “folkish in character”.

The temple is a Trikuta variety of temple. Any building or temple can be called Trikuta which has three Kuta(s) which can be pyramidal Shikhara or dome. Kutaka is multistorey Pavillion atop Mandapam. C.13th century CE. Here are few more images of Lakshmi-Narasimha Temple, Javagal.

Close-up view of ornate Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, Javagallu (Karnataka).

The decorative plan of the outer walls of the shrines and the mantapa (hall) is of the “new kind”, with two eaves that run around the temple. Photo credit: Bikash Das

Drawing of an ancient Hindu bridge over Bornadi, Assam by a British officer. The bridge probably dating all the way back to 9th CE was still in an excellent condition till 19th century when earthquake destroyed it.

It was probably the bridge mentioned in Islamic chronicles which was crossed by the army of Bakhtiyar Khilji in 1243 CE and dismantled by King of Kamarupa to prevent retreat of Islamic army.

Interestingly one of the best surviving example of such traditional Hindū bridge architecture comes from Cambodia. Also from same time period.

Apparently with invasion of South East Asia, native rulers there also adopted Indian construction methods.

Interesting information on Bridges of ancient Bhārat by @vajrayudha11 on Twitter:
1000 years old Atharnala bridge in vicinity of Purī, Odisha. It’s a rare surviving example of bridges that dotted parts of medieval Bhārat.

The bridge was originally built by Eastern Ganga rulers of Kalinga to serve as an entrance to the Holy city of Purī.
It is said that road from Bengal to Puri was dotted by such bridges. Only two of them survive today.

Ornate interior of Sas-Bahu Temple, Nagda (Rajasthan) Dated: ~10th century CE or older. The temple derived its name from thousand armed form of Vishnu (SahastraBahu).

Note profusely carved Torana(s) which not only enhanced its beauty but also provided greater structural stability.
Photo credit: Kevin Standage

Fantastic musical pillars of ancient Nellaiappar Temple, Tirunelveli. When tapped these pillars produce the sound of classical music notes.

 These pillars are testimony to ancient Hindu understanding of sound and physical properties of rocks. PC: @brakoo

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China’s CPEC and Pakistan’s Women


By: Sudarsh V

What does the China’s ambitious project called ‘China Pakistan Economic Corridor’  (CPEC) has to do with the ‘Pakistan’s women’? According to an interesting analysis, it has everything to do with the hapless women of this strife torn country!

The ongoing $62 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project has courted a lot of international attention. The minute details of the project have been kept tightly under wraps. Several observers are giving various reasons for China’s keen interest in the project. Pakistan today is a nation about which any investor would think several times before investing his money. With fundamentalism on the rise, being a hotbed of terror and with its economy and administration in shambles, Pakistan today is an investor’s nightmare. Yet, China has invested in Pakistan through CPEC, with all guns blazing.

It is estimated that the $62 billion that China is “investing” in CPEC is more than all the FDI that Pakistan has ever attracted, since 1970. Moreover, the CPEC “investment” alone is around 20% of Pakistan’s GDP.

Despite Pakistan being an investor’s nightmare, China has entered Pakistan in a big way. Why?

Several reasons have been cited by international experts. Some say China wants to encircle India. Some others opine that China wants to rapidly develop its ‘isolated’ western part. It is also thought that China wants to secure its energy and communications lines in the event of a lockdown of the Malacca Strait.

But amidst all this, one vital question lingers. Why Pakistan?

If we analyze closely, keeping in view China’s internal politics and history, a different picture emerges as to why Pakistan was chosen by China to be the “Fulcrum” of its One Belt One Road (OBOR) policy.

The answer for the above question simply put, is that China has chosen Pakistan for OBOR in order to “stabilize its demographic imbalance”. Confused? Let us elaborate.

Since the 1970s, China has aggressively implemented a “One Child Policy” (OCP). Because of OCP, married couples in China had to bring up only one child. They were provided incentives for that. In case of flouting the norm, they were punished. Not physically, but economically. The second child had to be brought up with the family’s own resources. And the government did not provide any subsidy for the “extra” child’s social costs. And Chinese society (like most Asian societies) is a male-offspring obsessed society. It is estimated that in the 35 years since its implementation, China prevented 400 million additional births. And most of the prevented births were that of female offsprings. Recently China relaxed its OCP. It did that for a reason. China now has 30 million men of marriageable age, who will never find a bride. And 30 million is a big number. 30 million is the population of many European/African nations. Imagine 30 million male youths; raging to release testosterone. They can cause unprecedented havoc, law and order problems and societal catastrophe.

How do you manage these 30 million men? The Chinese military is only 2.5 million strong. And it is not wise to use the military to police an internal demographic imbalance. Studies have also pointed out that most of these 30 million men who will not get a bride will belong to the lower economic classes i.e. those who cannot afford to sustain a family.

Now, what if you can employ that 30 million men and keep them busy in building a life? It will be even better if you can send them outside your borders. In this way, you will bring down the demographic pressure. Better still, if most of those 30 million men who go outside China, marry non–Chinese girls. Enter Pakistan. China’s problem solved.

A demographic analysis by this author shows that the number of Pakistani girls of reproductive age (15 – 39) is around 29 million (as per the latest publicly available census figures). And the numbers fit. Even if a few million Chinese men marry outside China, it will be to Pakistani girls. The demographic pressure in China will be that much reduced.

Several thousand Chinese workers are now in Pakistan as part of Phase I plan of the CPEC. Already, Chinese workers have begun to assert their alpha-male status in Pakistani society. It is evident from reports of a recent incident in Pakistan, where Chinese workers of CPEC beat up Pakistani police authorities when they were prevented from visiting nearby red-light districts.

Chinese workers beat up police officers because they were not allowed to visit a local ‘red light’ area.

Some other reports on social media have showed that Chinese men are already marrying young Pakistani (especially tribal) girls in large numbers. With one Chinese Yuan equaling 18 Pakistani Rupees, an average daily wage Chinese worker will have 18 times more purchasing power than an average Pakistani. And ‘Mahr’ (dowry paid by the groom to bride’s family) being practiced in Pakistan (as a Muslim society), Chinese workers will find it easier to marry Pakistani girls than Chinese ones. If this fact is analyzed along with recent news items where Uighur wives of Pakistani men disappeared, it appears that the Chinese government may indeed follow this strategy. China doesn’t want its women/girls to marry Pakistani men (evident by the ‘Uighur wives Disappearances’).

But it may be covertly encouraging its male workers to seek out and marry Pakistani women. All this, with the greater goal is stabilizing its demographically imbalanced society. Because, if stability is not maintained, it will be the undoing of the communist party rule in China. These 30 million men can cause so much chaos in Chinese society so as to instigate rebellion and cause insurrection against the all-powerful Chinese communist party. Probably that is the reason Xi Jinping was made ruler for life. Things inside China are perhaps so unstable that the Chinese powers that be are unsure that a peaceful transition of power will take place in the next term.

Now what will happen to the Pakistani men, whose women counterparts are poached away by Chinese men?

If a few million Chinese men marry Pakistani girls, will there not be an imbalance in Pakistani society?

Probably China has plans for that too. For this we should look at the Falun Gong sect in China. The Falun Gong sect was persecuted by the Chinese government. Falun Gong is a modern Chinese spiritual practice that combines meditation and exercises with a moral philosophy centered on truthfulness and compassion. There were forced disappearances of a large number of Falun Gong members. It is said that those disappeared members were harvested for their organs. The study was done by David Kilgour and David Matas and published as “An Independent Investigation into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China”

An estimated one hundred thousand organ transplants occur in China annually. But the sources of all those organs have not been explained by the Chinese Government. With recent reports that Pakistan’s former General-cum-President had sold 4,000 people to foreign nations, we can guess what might happen in the future. Corrupt Pakistani politicians and Army Generals will “sell” unmarried young men to the Chinese market for organ harvesting. Pakistani Punjabi youth ‘disappearing’ may soon be a new development (although Pashtuns, Minority and Balochi youth are already disappearing in the thousands).

A VERY BRILLIANT STRATEGY INDEED!!

China has, in the garb of OBOR, convinced Pakistan of CPEC (paid for by Pakistan in the long-term). The hundreds of projects that China has envisaged for CPEC will employ Chinese workers on a massive scale. And most of CPEC is construction work done by daily wage laborers of China who belong to the lower economic classes and are unmarried men. We now see that colonies of Chinese workers are coming up across the thousand odd Kilometers of CPEC by the dozen. Not only that; these China towns are catered to by Chinese businesses. These Chinese businesses import everything from alcohol to pork and automobiles to needle pins from China. Thus, it is ensured that CPEC will continue creating jobs for the Chinese youth. The Chinese workers who are now pouring into Pakistan in the hundreds of thousands are part of those 30 million men resulting from the demographic imbalance of the one child policy.

OBOR will make China not only a dominant world power but will also solve many of its internal problems. It will help China develop its impoverished western provinces. It will provide employment to a large Chinese workforce, mostly from its lower economic strata. At the same time, it will doubtless provide brides to the frustrated Chinese workers. Another added plus will be that a new market for ‘organ harvesting’ for China will possibly open up in Pakistan.

In the coming days, Pakistan may turn out to be a Brides and Organs providing ‘factory’ for the Chinese Behemoth. And the best bargain for China is that all of this will be at the Pakistanis’ cost. Paid for and bought by Pakistan. Hook, line and sinker.

Christian Missionaries in Cahoots with Urban Naxalites


By: Sudarsh V

The careful observation would show that the Christian missionaries are funding Naxals, their urban friends, to ‘Break India’. ‘Breaking India’ is the first step towards their avowed mission of transforming this seemingly ‘Hindu India’ into the ‘Christian India’!

It is often said that the West has four wings of the armed forces-The Army, Airforce, Navy and the Church. Several security analysts and officials say that the problem being posed by the Christian missionaries is immense. Like Islamic terrorism which is a more open threat, the threat posed by a large section of missionaries is veiled, but extremely dangerous.

The book Breaking India, by Rajiv Malhotra, an NRI from the US explores this issue in detail. The book written after 5 years of extensive research speaks about a Western project to break India into small independent Christian countries.

Officials say that the missionaries are bound to get even more desperate now. The crackdown on foreign funding has hit them hard and they are rattled. Former officer with the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan tells Oneindia that the missionaries are rattled as the funding is squeezed. This has resulted in a no-show where conversions and stage managed protests are concerned.

Break-India :

The aim of the missionaries is to exploit the existing fault-lines along religion, caste, community, language, ethinicity and race. Exploiting the faultiness there have been conversion factories that have been set up.

The aim is to create hatred and divide the dominant non-converted community. There have been several instances especially in the north-eastern states where an armed struggle has been created to achieve the cause. It took a while for the Indian government to realise how deep-rooted this problem was. At first these agitations and armed struggles were viewed as a political or law and order problem. However it has come to light that this is part of a larger conspiracy hatched abroad.

It is not just staging armed struggles or protests, but the 24/7 conversion factories achieve their goals through various means. Many Hindus who have converted to Christianity were brainwashed into believing that Christianity is a superior religion. An effective propaganda was also run to make Hinduism appear evil.

Funding naxalites and their urban friends :

As part of the larger conspiracy the missionaries have been funding the naxalites, leftist thinkers especially in the main-stream English media. Many write ups have appeared in which it is made too look as though Hinduism is nothing but a religion of superstition. Articles blaming Hinduism for all the evils in society have also surfaced several times.

The aim is to spread an anti-Hindu propaganda and also to ensure that the native culture and tradition is rejected. Funding the naxalites is also a large part of the agenda. The missionaries benefit largely from the violence and under the garb of setting up relief camps, a huge conversion exercise is undertaken.

Funding comes in various forms. Foreign funding forms bulk of the amount and there are dedicated Churches abroad to oversee this. Collecting big donations in convent schools are also part of the exercise. Funding through allied businesses such as driving schools, computer institutes, de-addiction centres and vocational training institutes too have been found. However a large part of the funding has always been through NGOs.

Funds have also been raised through militant outfits and naxalites. Extortion, national tax as has been seen in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh are some examples of this. Income raised through illegal mining, tree felling and the money raised through drug trade have also found its way into the coffers of the missionaries.

Beware of the urban Naxal :

Amar Bhushan says that following the crackdown on NGOs, there has been a massive fund squeeze. These missionaries and naxalites along with their urban friends are bound to get desperate. They would look at all possible ways to break India, he also adds.

The urban naxalites in my opinion are most dangerous, Bhushan says. These are the ones who do not let the government go after the naxalites in the jungles. When Chidambaram had taken over as the Home Minister, he said that the naxals are our first rank enemies. Whatever their might may be, we will finish them, he had said. However within six months the approach changed with there being a huge uproar. This is what I mean when I say that the urban naxals do not let the government go after their friends in the jungle, Amar Bhushan also adds.

Bhushan says that the existing dispensation in the Centre has adopted a non -nonsense approach to the problem. It is clear that the naxals are a rattled lot. The way in which they used the Dalits in protests recently for a better appeal is proof of the same, he also added.

Taking the fight to the naxals is not easy. They are being chased in Bihar and Chattisgarh. This government according to me will break the back of the naxalites. However I must add that if the current dispensation does not come back to power in 2019, then I see the naxal movement bouncing back in a big way.

http://www.defencenews.in/article.aspx?id=558778

India – The World Leader of Exports!


Borrowed with thanks from ‘Know Your Bhārat’

Bhārata was a world leader in exports even as late as 1700s. The following is the story of what caused the decline of Bhārata.

Economically, Bhārata was the world leader upto 1800. The British broke Bhārata’s back and reduced Bhārata to a poor and hungry country. We need to understand this in detail.

It is important for two reasons. Firstly, Bhārat as an economic giant was enslaved and it’s industries were closed by brute force. Several thriving industries were shut, as a result of which invaluable technology was lost. Crores of people were brought to penury and killed by various means. When the stage reached where they could no longer extract any revenue out of us, we were granted freedom.

Secondly, this tale – this information – of loot and economic collapse has been denied to Bhāratīyās, as a result of which we don’t even know that we were a true global leader in all respects. Instead of working with a goal to reclaim that pristine position, Bhāratīyas are today ignorantly chasing foreign countries as their ideal.

It’s important that the country makes a course correction and chases the right goal. We were not dethroned by competition. We were dethroned by deceit, cruelty and were pushed off the cliff. It’s our duty to reclaim that position, as we owe it to our ancestors.

It is wisely said, “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.”

There were two important discoveries that changed the narrative for the good in respect of Bharat.

One of the earliest such discovery was the text “Periplus of the Erythraean Sea” that is believed to be written around the 1st Centure CE and presents a firsthand description by someone familiar with this area and is nearly unique in providing accurate insights into what the ancient European world knew about the lands around the Indian Ocean.

The document records direct trade relations between Roman Egypt and Bhārat. At the time of its writing, the trade from ports of Egypt was conducted by ships up to 120 in number every year, setting sail to Bhārat, following the monsoon winds. Barygaza (modern Bharuch in Gujarat) and Muziris (in modern Kerala) feature prominently in the Periplus. The recent discovery of the port of Muziris, mentioned in the Periplus, in Kodungallur (Kērala), corroborates the records. Large hordes of Roman coins have been found in various places in Kerala and as far away as in Tamil Nāḍu, suggesting brisk Roman trade with Bhārat.

The Periplus apart from telling us about a direct trade route between Bhārat and Egypt, also suggests that Bhārat was a major international export hub since early centuries of the Common Era. The need to lower the cost of imports made the Romans to study the monsoon patterns, bypass the Arab intermediaries and establish direct trade contacts with the Bhāratīyās.

The second discovery was the Bakhshali manuscript. It was found in 1881, in the village of Bakhshali, Mardan (modern Pakistan). The manuscript was discovered by a villager while he was digging a stone enclosure. Along with the manuscript he also discovered an earthen lamp, a pencil and an earthen pot with perforated bottom. Having no formal training in archaeological excavation, much of the manuscript was lost while the villager pulled it out, from the enclosure. It was handed over to the assistant commissioner of Mardan and it eventually reached the Oxford University in 1902.

The manuscript is written in Shāradā script (Kāśmīr) and deals in mathematical subjects like algebra, geometry and mensuration. However, the most important discovery in the manuscript was the use of zero as a number. The carbon dating of the manuscript revealed that it dated to around 3rd Century CE. This disproved the popular belief that zero was used in Bhārat since 9th century. Read full article here:

https://bit.ly/2JX2sTF

Rigveda contains numerous references to navigational terms and shipping, like nau (boat), nāva (ship), navya (navigational stream), nāvya (sailor), aritrā (oar), aritrī (oarsman) etc., Vedic texts give three classifications for water routes viz., kulya or artificial waterways / canals routes, nadipatha or riverine routes, and varipatha or sea routes. For river traffic, the Rigveda mentions 90 navigable rivers!

There are references in Rig Veda to sea-vessels propelled by one-hundred oars and also equipped with wings (sails). A ship is also referred to as patanga ratha rathavi, patatri, pakśi – literally meaning winged chariot. Likewise there are references to śatāpada meaning vessel with hundred oars as well as śatārita meaning one with thousand oars! Imagine the size of those ships thousands of years ago!

Rigveda mentions about Aśvins carrying out rescue operation of Bhujya whose ship was wrecked on the sea and brought him to the shore in their hundred-oared boat after voyaging for three days and three nights. Read this part of the Rig-Veda:

The Śatapatha Brāhmaṇa talks of Ratnākara and Mahādadhī, which have been renamed by British as Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengāl. Don’t you think the independent Bhārata should restore these original names of our great seas?

Please see the trade routes of ancient Bharat at the resource linked here:

https://easyzoom.com/imageaccess/ec482e04c2b240d4969c14156bb6836f

This shows the trade routes around 11th century across the globe. Here’s what it has to tell about Bhārat:

In India, which has always had a central role in Afro-Eurasian trade as being the main producer of exotic goods and spices, was also on the rise. Especially in the southern part of India, the Chola Kingdom started to expand ever more until finally reaching as far as Sumatra. They were a conquering as well as a commercial kingdom, establishing factories and trading networks wherever they conquered and settled.

Bhāratīya Scholars like Sanjeev Sanyal have opined that the map doesn’t present the full picture of Bhārat’s trade routes. Link to this article is here:

https://m.imgur.com/MsXaOdV

Teak Wood of Malabār region (Keraḷa) must have been in special demand, as logs of teak wood were cut on Malabār coast and shipped to Persian Gulf in vessels large enough to carry them. According to Zénaïde Alexeïevna Ragozin, who wrote on civilizations in ancient times, in the ruins of 3000 BC in one site in Mesopotamia (present day Iraq), a piece of Bhāratīya Teak has been found. This evidence is exceptionally conclusive because the teak wood was grown only in Bhārat. She suspects that the said teak wood must have been exported out of Malabār.

It is reported that in an old Babylonian list of clothes dating back to period around 3000 BCE, the word ‘Sindhu’ has been used for muslin (light weight cotton). It is the clearest proof that there was a trade between Babylon and people who spoke Aryan dialect, as the muslin was simply named after the name of the country that exported it.

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By: Commander V. K. Jaitly

नौका विज्ञान विश्व को भारत ने दिया। भारत का एक बहुत बड़ा और वैज्ञानिक “निषाद समाज “जिसे अंग्रेज़ो ने कूटनीति से आज नौका विज्ञान से विमुख कर दिया है।
दरसल बात ऐसी है की आजादी के 300 साल पहले भारत दुनिया भारत से संपर्क और व्यापार स्थापित किए हुआ था। लेकिन जब अंग्रेज़ो का भारत पर अधिकार हुआ तो उन्होने भारत के एक सेतु को तोड़ दिया जो भारत के व्यापार की नीव था उन्होने एक कानून बनाया जिसे काला कानून कहते है।
काला कानून- समिति के सदस्यों में परस्पर मतभेद होने पर भी इस रपट के आधार पर सन्‌ १८१४ में एक कानून पास किया, जिसके अनुसार भारतीय खलासियों को व्रिटिश नाविक बनने का अधिकार नहीं रहा। व्रिटिश जहाजों पर भी कम-से कम तीन चौथाई अंग्रेज खलासी रखना अनिवार्य कर दिया गया। लंदन के बंदरगाह में किसी ऐसे जहाज को घुसने का अधिकार नहीं रहा, जिसका स्वामी कोई व्रिटिश न हो और यह नियम बना दिया गया कि इंग्लैण्ड में अंग्रेजों द्वारा बनाए हुए जहाजों में ही बाहर से माल इंग्लैण्ड आ सकेगा।

कई कारणों से इस कानून को कार्यान्वित करने में ढिलाई हुई, पर सन्‌ १८६३ से इसकी पूरी पाबंदी होने लगी। भारत में भी ऐसे कायदे-कानून बनाए गए जिससे यहां की प्राचीन नौ-निर्माण कला का अन्त हो जाए। भारतीय जहाजों पर लदे हुए माल की चुंगी बढ़ा दी गई और इस तरह उनको व्यापार से अलग करने का प्रयत्न किया गया। सर विलियम डिग्वी ने ठीक ही लिखा है कि ‘पाश्चात्य संसार की रानी ने इस तरह प्राप्च सागर की रानी का वध कर डाला।‘ संक्षेप में भारतीय नौ-निर्माण कला को नष्ट करने की यही कहानी है।

संस्कृति के प्रचार के निमित्त या नए स्थानों पर व्यापार के निमित्त दुनिया के देशों में भारतीयों का आना-जाना था। कौण्डिन्य समुद्र पार कर दक्षिण पूर्व एशिया पहुंचे। मैक्सिको के यूकाटान प्रांत में जवातुको नामक स्थान पर प्राप्त सूर्य मंदिर के शिलालेख में महानाविक वुसुलिन के शक संवत्‌ ८८५ में पहुंचने का उल्लेख मिलता है।

गुजरात के लोथल में हुई खुदाई में ध्यान में आता है कि ई. पूर्व २४५० के आस-पास बने बंदरगाह द्वारा इजिप्त के साथ सीधा सामुद्रिक व्यापार होता था। २४५० ई.पू. से २३५० ई.पू. तक छोटी नावें इस बंदरगाह पर आती थीं। बाद में बड़े जहाजों के लिए आवश्यक रचनाएं खड़ी की गएं तथा नगर रचना भी हुई।

प्राचीन काल से अर्वाचीन काल तक के नौ निर्माण कला का उल्लेख प्रख्यात बौद्ध संशोधक भिक्षु चमनलाल ने अपनी पुस्तक ‘हिन्दू अमेरिका‘ में किया है। इसी प्रकार सन्‌ १९५० में कल्याण के हिन्दू संस्कृति अंक में गंगा शंकर मिश्र ने भी विस्तार से इस इतिहास को लिखा है।

भारतवर्ष के प्राचीन वाङ्गमय वेद, रामायण, महाभारत, पुराण आदि में जहाजों का उल्लेख आता है। जैसे बाल्मीकि रामायण के अयोध्या कांड में ऐसी बड़ी नावों का उल्लेख आता है जिसमें सैकड़ों योद्धा सवार रहते थे:

नावां शतानां पञ्चानां
कैवर्तानां शतं शतम।
सन्नद्धानां तथा यूनान्तिष्ठक्त्वत्यभ्यचोदयत्‌॥

अर्थात्‌-सैकड़ों सन्नद्ध जवानों से भरी पांच सौ नावों को सैकड़ों निषाद प्रेरित करते हैं:

इसी प्रकार महाभारत में यंत्र-चालित नाव का वर्णन मिलता है:

सर्ववातसहां नावं यंत्रयुक्तां पताकिनीम्‌।

अर्थात्‌-यंत्र पताका युक्त नाव, जो सभी प्रकार की हवाओं को सहने वाली है।

कौटिलीय अर्थशास्त्र में राज्य की ओर से नावों के पूरे प्रबंध के संदर्भ में जानकारी मिलती है। ५वीं सदी में हुए वारहमिहिर कृत ‘बृहत्‌ संहिता‘ तथा ११वीं सदी के राजा भोज कृत ‘युक्ति कल्पतरु‘ में जहाज निर्माण पर प्रकाश डाला गया है।

नौका विशेषज्ञ भोज चेतावनी देते हैं कि नौका में लोहे का प्रयोग न किया जाए, क्योंकि संभव है समुद्री चट्टानों में कहीं चुम्बकीय शक्ति हो। तब वह उसे अपनी ओर खींचेगी, जिससे जहाज को खतरा हो सकता है।

नौकाओं के प्रकार- ‘हिन्दू अमेरिका‘ (पृ.३५७) के अनुसार ‘युक्ति कल्पतरु‘ ग्रंथ में नौका शास्त्र का विस्तार से वर्णन है। नौकाओं के प्रकार, उनका आकार, नाम आदि का विश्लेषण किया गया है –

(१) सामान्य-वे नौकाएं, जो साधारण नदियों में चल सकें।

(२) विशेष-जिनके द्वारा समुद्र यात्रा की जा सके।

उत्कृष्ट निर्माण-कल्याण (हिन्दू संस्कृति अंक-१९५०) में नौका की सजावट का सुंदर वर्णन आता है। चार श्रंग (मस्तूल) वाली नौका सफेद, तीन श्रृग वाली लाल, दो श्रृंग वाली पीली तथा एक श्रं◌ृग वाली को नीला रंगना चाहिए।

नौका मुख-नौका की आगे की आकृति यानी नौका का मुख सिंह, महिष, सर्प, हाथी, व्याघ्र, पक्षी, मेढ़क आदि विविध आकृतियों के आधार पर बनाने का वर्णन है।

भारत पर मुस्लिम आक्रमण ७वीं सदी में प्रारंभ हुआ। उस काल में भी भारत में बड़े-बड़े जहाज बनते थे। मार्क‌ो पोलो तेरहवीं सदी में भारत में आया। वह लिखता है ‘जहाजों में दोहरे तख्तों की जुड़ाई होती थी, लोहे की कीलों से उनको मजबूत बनाया जाता था और उनके सुराखों को एक प्रकार की गोंद में भरा जाता था। इतने बड़े जहाज होते थे कि उनमें तीन-तीन सौ मल्लाह लगते थे। एक-एक जहाज पर ३ से ४ हजार तक बोरे माल लादा जा सकता था। इनमें रहने के लिए ऊपर कई कोठरियां बनी रहती थीं, जिनमें सब तरह के आराम का प्रबंध रहता था। जब पेंदा खराब होने लगता तब उस पर लकड़ी की एक नयी तह को जड़ लिया जाता था। इस तरह कभी-कभी एक के ऊपर एक ६ तह तक लगायी जाती थी।‘

१५वीं सदी में निकोली कांटी नामक यात्री भारत आया। उसने लिखा कि ‘भारतीय जहाज हमारे जहाजों से बहुत बड़े होते हैं। इनका पेंदा तिहरे तख्तों का इस प्रकार बना होता है कि वह भयानक तूफानों का सामना कर सकता है। कुछ जहाज ऐसे बने होते हैं कि उनका एक भाग बेकार हो जाने पर बाकी से काम चल जाता है।‘

बर्थमा नामक यात्री लिखता है ‘लकड़ी के तख्तों की जुड़ाई ऐसी होती है कि उनमें जरा सा भी पानी नहीं आता। जहाजों में कभी दो पाल सूती कपड़े के लगाए जाते हैं, जिनमें हवा खूब भर सके। लंगर कभी-कभी पत्थर के होते थे। ईरान से कन्याकुमारी तक आने में आठ दिन का समय लग जाता था।‘ समुद्र के तटवर्ती राजाओं के पास जहाजों के बड़े-बड़े बेड़े रहते थे। डा. राधा कुमुद मुकर्जी ने अपनी ‘इंडियन शिपिंग‘ नामक पुस्तक में भारतीय जहाजों का बड़ा रोचक एवं सप्रमाण इतिहास दिया है।

क्या वास्को डिगामा ने भारत आने का मार्ग खोजा? अंग्रेजों ने एक भ्रम और व्याप्त किया कि वास्को डिगामा ने समुद्र मार्ग से भारत आने का मार्ग खोजा। यह सत्य है कि वास्कोडिगामा भारत आया था, पर वह कैसे आया इसके यथार्थ को हम जानेंगे तो स्पष्ट होगा कि वास्तविकता क्या है? प्रसिद्ध पुरातत्ववेता पद्मश्री डा. विष्णु श्रीधर वाकणकर ने बताया कि मैं अभ्यास के लिए इंग्लैण्ड गया था। वहां एक संग्रहालय में मुझे वास्को डिगामा की डायरी के संदर्भ में बताया गया। इस डायरी में वास्को डिगामा ने वह भारत कैसे आया, इसका वर्णन किया है। वह लिखता है, जब उसका जहाज अफ्र्ीका में जंजीबार के निकट आया तो मेरे से तीन गुना बड़ा जहाज मैंने देखा। तब एक अफ्र्ीकन दुभाषिया लेकर वह उस जहाज के मालिक से मिलने गया। जहाज का मालिक चंदन नाम का एक गुजराती व्यापारी था, जो भारतवर्ष से चीड़ व सागवान की लकड़ी तथा मसाले लेकर वहां गया था और उसके बदले में हीरे लेकर वह कोचीन के बंदरगाह आकार व्यापार करता था। वास्को डिगामा जब उससे मिलने पहुंचा तब वह चंदन नाम का व्यापारी सामान्य वेष में एक खटिया पर बैठा था। उस व्यापारी ने वास्को डिगामा से पूछा, कहां जा रहे हो? वास्को डिगामा ने कहा- हिन्दुस्थान घूमने जा रहा हूं। तो व्यापारी ने कहा मैं कल जा रहा हूं, मेरे पीछे-पीछे आ जाओ।‘ इस प्रकार उस व्यापारी के जहाज का अनुगमन करते हुए वास्को डिगामा भारत पहुंचा। स्वतंत्र देश में यह यथार्थ नयी पीढ़ी को बताया जाना चाहिए था परन्तु दुर्भाग्य से यह नहीं हुआ। (उदयन इंदुरकर-दृष्टकला साधक- पृ. ३२)

उपर्युक्त वर्णन पढ़कर मन में विचार आ सकता है कि नौका निर्माण में भारत इतना प्रगत देश था तो फिर आगे चलकर यह विद्या लुप्त क्यों हुई? इस दृष्टि से अंग्रेजों के भारत में आने और उनके राज्य काल में योजनापूर्वक भारतीय नौका उद्योग को नष्ट करने के इतिहास के बारे में जानना जरूरी है। उस इतिहास का वर्णन करते हुए श्री गंगा शंकर मिश्र कल्याण के हिन्दू संस्कृति अंक (१९५०) में लिखते हैं-

‘पाश्चात्यों का जब भारत से सम्पर्क हुआ तब वे यहां के जहाजों को देखकर चकित रह गए। सत्रहवीं शताब्दी तक यूरोपीय जहाज अधिक से अधिक ६ सौ टन के थे, परन्तु भारत में उन्होंने ‘गोघा‘ नामक ऐसे बड़े-बड़े जहाज देखे जो १५ सौ टन से भी अधिक के होते थे। यूरोपीय कम्पनियां इन जहाजों को काम में लाने लगीं और हिन्दुस्थानी कारीगरों द्वारा जहाज बनवाने के लिए उन्होंने कई कारखाने खोल लिए। सन्‌ १८११ में लेफ्टिनेंट वाकर लिखता है कि ‘व्रिटिश जहाजी बेड़े के जहाजों की हर बारहवें वर्ष मरम्मत करानी पड़ती थी। परन्तु सागौन के बने हुए भारतीय जहाज पचास वर्षों से अधिक समय तक बिना किसी मरम्मत के काम देते थे।‘ ‘ईस्ट इण्डिया कम्पनी‘ के पास ‘दरिया दौलत‘ नामक एक जहाज था, जो ८७ वर्षों तक बिना किसी मरम्मत के काम देता रहा। जहाजों को बनाने में शीशम, साल और सागौन-तीनों लकड़ियां काम में लायी जाती थीं।

सन्‌ १८११ में एक फ्र्ांसीसी यात्री वाल्टजर सालविन्स अपनी ‘ले हिन्दू‘ नामक पुस्तक में लिखता है कि ‘प्राचीन समय में नौ-निर्माण कला में हिन्दू सबसे आगे थे और आज भी वे इसमें यूरोप को पाठ पढ़ा सकते हैं। अंग्रेजों ने, जो कलाओं के सीखने में बड़े चतुर होते हैं, हिन्दुओं से जहाज बनाने की कई बातें सीखीं। भारतीय जहाजों में सुन्दरता तथा उपयोगिता का बड़ा अच्छा योग है और वे हिन्दुस्थानियों की कारीगरी और उनके धैर्य के नमूने हैं।‘ बम्बई के कारखाने में १७३६ से १८६३ तक ३०० जहाज तैयार हुए, जिनमें बहुत से इंग्लैण्ड के ‘शाही बेड़े‘ में शामिल कर लिए गए। इनमें ‘एशिया‘ नामक जहाज २२८९ टन का था और उसमें ८४ तोपें लगी थीं। बंगाल में हुगली, सिल्हट, चटगांव और ढाका आदि स्थानों पर जहाज बनाने के कारखाने थे। सन्‌ १७८१ से १८२१ तक १,२२,६९३ टन के २७२ जहाज केवल हुगली में तैयार हुए थे।

अंग्रेजों की कुटिलता देखें। व्रिटेन के जहाजी व्यापारी भारतीय नौ-निर्माण कला का यह उत्कर्ष सहन न कर सके और वे ‘ईस्ट इण्डिया कम्पनी‘ पर भारतीय जहाजों का उपयोग न करने के लिए दबाने बनाने लगे। सन्‌ १८११ में कर्नल वाकर ने आंकड़े देकर यह सिद्ध किया कि ‘भारतीय जहाजों‘ में बहुत कम खर्च पड़ता है और वे बड़े मजबूत होते हैं। यदि व्रिटिश बेड़े में केवल भारतीय जहाज ही रखे जाएं तो बहुत बचत हो सकती है।‘ जहाज बनाने वाले अंग्रेज कारीगरों तथा व्यापारियों को यह बात बहुत खटकी। डाक्टर टेलर लिखता है कि ‘जब हिन्दुस्थानी माल से लदा हुआ हिन्दुस्थानी जहाज लंदन के बंदरगाह पर पहुंचा, तब जहाजों के अंग्रेज व्यापारियों में ऐसी घबराहट मची जैसा कि आक्रमण करने के लिए टेम्स नदी में शत्रुपक्ष के जहाजी बेड़े को देखकर भी न मचती।‘

लंदन बंदरगाह के कारीगरों ने सबसे पहले हो-हल्ला मचाया और कहा कि ‘हमारा सब काम चौपट हो जाएगा और हमारे कुटुम्ब भूखों मर जाएंगे।‘ ‘ईस्ट इण्डिया कम्पनी‘ के ‘बोर्ड ऑफ डायरेक्टर्स‘ (निदेशक-मण्डल) ने लिखा कि हिन्दुस्थानी खलासियों ने यहां आने पर जो हमारा सामाजिक जीवन देखा, उससे भारत में यूरोपीय आचरण के प्रति जो आदर और भय था, नष्ट हो गया। अपने देश लौटने पर हमारे सम्बंध में वे जो बुरी बातें फैलाएंगे, उसमें एशिया निवासियों में हमारे आचरण के प्रति जो आदर है तथा जिसके बल पर ही हम अपना प्रभुत्व जमाए बैठे हैं, नष्ट हो जाएगा और उसका प्रभाव बड़ा हानिकर होगा।‘ इस पर व्रिटिश संसद ने सर राबर्ट पील की अध्यक्षता में एक समिति नियुक्त की।

 

Nation Wants to Know Why Tanvi Seth was Issued Passport in Tearing Hurry?


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (General Secretary IPC)
   Can anyone be converted from one religion to the other within five minutes of heated exchange of words? This is well-nigh impossible, but it is what a couple – Tanvi Seth and her husband Anas Siddiqui – makes us believe, that too, after 12 years of their marriage. The lady Tanvi Seth has alleged that an official of the Lucknow’s Regional Passport Office has insulted her by asking humiliating questions about her Hindu name and he wanted her husband to convert to Hinduism. Anybody will say in the first blush that it is not only absurd but also smacks of the blackmailing by the lady and her husband.
   Lo and behold! what is even more disturbing is that within 24 hours of her raising the communal hue and cry, the Passport Officer called the couple, offered them tea and handed over her passport with all humility and respect. This has been done because she tweeted the External Affairs Minister narrating the story of her predicament.
   But if there is even a shred of truth in what she has told about the issuing of the Passport, then the MEA owes an explanation to the country as to why she was given the passport without comprehensive enquiry into her allegations? And if any enquiry, at all, was done, then why was it not made known to the country because it is highly sensitive matter in the communally fragile atmosphere?
   Does this lady want the passport officials to be so naive as not to ask any questions about the discrepancies in her application form?
   The couple had shown the NOIDA address as the proof of their residence then why did she seek passport from the Lucknow office? The way this lady and her husband took the sky on their heads speaks about their criminal bent of mind. Anybody could see through that there was total black at the bottom of their statements. If the lady wanted to retain her Hindu name, she would not have used her Muslim name at other places, where she had worked.
There are many instances where women and men have not changed their names even after their conversion from one religion to the other but in this case, the story is altogether different which reeks to the high heaven. What explanation does she have to apply for the passport in the name of Tanvi Seth when her name in the voter id card is Tanvi Anas, in the Aadhar Card she is Tanvi Anas Siddiqui and in the Nikahnama her name is Sadia Anas Siddiqui?
   Does it not amply expose her disingenuousness for fraud and cheating?
   What is even more disturbing is that this lady works with a multinational company Dell and earlier she had applied for H1 VISA to work in the US. In her old passport, her name is Sadia Anas Siddiqui and that perhaps was the reason that Visa was rejected.
   After 9/11 the United States and other western countries have become very sensitive towards the Muslims in the granting VISA because they (Muslims) do not believe in assimilation and adjustment. They try to maintain their distinct identity and create problems for the host country. This has been vouchsafed in the books of the famous writer Ayaan Hirsi Ali (a born Muslim herself) that Muslims all over the world tell lies and give false statements for availing the VISA and refugee status in all countries of Europe, America, Australia and Canada.
   The conduct and the behaviour of this lady and her husband are reprehensible. She left no stone unturned to vitiate the social atmosphere by injecting the toxic of communalism through her tweets by playing the victim card. She and her husband both are well educated and there is no reason to believe that they have done it innocently.
   It was obviously done with a deliberate design and mischief for blackmailing. Therefore, this case must be thoroughly enquired into to reach to the bottom of the truth.
   External Affairs Minister must also tell the country if it was not succumbing to the intimidation of the fraud couple, then why there was tearing hurry in issuing her passport within 24 hours, that too, without enquiring the matter and telling the country the truth?
   This is a serious matter and its gravity demands that the Government of India must inquire into it and tell the truth to the nation.
राम तिवारी

नाम पासपोर्ट अप्लीकेशन पर – तन्वी सेठ
नाम वोटर आईडी पर – तन्वी अनस
नाम आधार कार्ड पर – तन्वी अनस सिद्दीकी
नाम निकाहनामा पर – सादिया अनस सिद्दीकी

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अनस, अगर आपकी पत्नी का नंबर साक्षात्कार में काउंटर नंबर C-5 पर आपसे पहले आया तो आसमान सिर पे क्यों टूट पड़ा ? अपनी बारी के लिए आप 10-5 मिनिट इंतज़ार नहीं कर सकते ? राजे रजवाड़े नवाब सुल्तान मंत्री सीएम पीएम हो आप ? हो क्या आप जो आपको वीआईपी ट्रीटमेंट मिले सरकारी कार्यालयों में ?क्या इसलिए कि आप मुस्लिम हैं ?

अब लौट के आइये काउंटर नंबर C-5 पर। C-5 के ऑफिसर विकास मिश्रा ने दस्तावेजों की जांच में पाया कि तन्वी सेठ के सभी दस्तावेजों में उनका मूल नाम ‘तन्वी सेठ’ ही दर्ज है किंतु तन्वी सेठ के निकाहनामे में उनका नाम कुछ और दर्ज है। सोचा शायद शादी/निकाह के वक़्त तन्वी ने कोई मुस्लिम नाम बदला होगा। यह एक सामान्य समझ की बात है। भारत में शादी से पहले किसी भी महिला के दस्तावेजों में उसके पिता की जाति/गोत्र दर्ज होती है; अभिभावक में पिता का नाम दर्ज होता है; किंतु शादी के बाद बनने वाले सरकारी दस्तावेजों में लड़की की गोत्र/जाति ससुराल की लगती है; पिता की जगह दस्तावेजों में पति का नाम दर्ज होता है।

तन्वी सेठ अपना पासपोर्ट ‘तन्वी सेठ’ के नाम से बनवाना चाहती थी जबकि पेश दस्तावेजों के मुताबिक निकाहनामे के दस्तावेजों में उनका नाम कुछ और दर्ज है।

तन्वी सेठ के दस्तावेजों की इसी टेक्निकल प्रॉब्लम की वजह से काउंटर नंबर C-5 के अधिकारी विकास मिश्रा ने उनके दस्तावेजों को खारिज करते हुए पासपोर्ट बनाना रद्द कर दिया।

हो सकता है कि अधिकारी ने यह कहा हो कि यदि आपको हिन्दू नाम से पासपोर्ट बनवाना था तो शादी हिन्दू रीति-रिवाज से करनी थी और निकाह की जगह फेरे लेने थे – विकास मिश्रा ने ऐसा कहा या नहीं मुझे मालूम नहीं। लेकिन तन्वी सेठ के विकास मिश्रा पे लगाए अशिष्टाचार के आरोपों के आधार पर मैं इस नतीजे पर पहुंचता हूँ कि यदि यह कहा भी तो क्या गलत कहा पासपोर्ट अधिकारी विकास मिश्रा ने ?

तन्वी सिद्दीकी और अनस सिद्दीकी ने वहीं चीख-पुकार स्टार्ट कर दिया। पति अनस सिद्दीकी के साथ मिल के मामले को जातीय मज़हवी रंग दिया। मैं मुस्लिम हूँ इस वजह से मेरे साथ भेदभाव हुआ है। विकास मिश्रा ने मेरे ऊपर मज़हबी फब्तियां कसते हुए मुझसे कहा तुमने हिन्दू से शादी क्यों नहीं की ?

तुरंत मिश्रा जी की शिकायत उच्च पासपोर्ट अधिकारी लखनऊ से की गई। विदेश मंत्री सुषमा बुआ को ट्वीट कर तन्वी सिद्दीकी ने आपत्ति दर्ज करवाई। ऊपर लिखी सारी बातें (मिश्रा जी से सम्बंधित) सुषमा जी को बताई गई।

सब जानते हैं कि सुषमा जी पाकिस्तान,अफगानिस्तान और मिडिल ईस्ट के मुसलमानों के भारत मे इलाज से लेकर उनके सभी हितों को लेकर कितनी मर्मज्ञ रही हैं!

आनन फानन में बिना किसी विभागीय जांच के विकास मिश्रा जी पर गाज गिरी। मिश्रा जी का आज यानी सिर्फ 24 घंटे में लखनऊ हेड ऑफीस से तबादला पासपोर्ट रीजनल ऑफीस गोरखपुर कर दिया गया, मिश्रा जी को कारण बताओ नोटिस जारी किया गया है।

मुख्य पासपोर्ट अधिकारी लखनऊ ने तन्वी सेठ और अनस सिद्दीकी को पासपोर्ट ऑफिस बुला के एक घण्टे में नया पासपोर्ट बना के दिया है।

मेरा सवाल है: क्या इस मुल्क में किसी हिन्दू दम्पति को इतनी फैसिलिटी मिल सकती है ? सिर्फ मज़हबी आधार पर नियमों को ताक पर रख कर एक क्लास वन ऑफिसर का तबादला, बगैर उसका पक्ष सुने कर दिया गया।

सिर्फ मज़हबी आधार पर तुष्टिकरण के चलते नियमों, दस्तावेजों और सच्चाई को ताक पर रख एक घण्टे में पासपोर्ट बनाया गया सिफॆ इसलिए कि अनस और तन्वी सेठ उर्फ तन्वी सिद्दकी मुसलमान हैं?

क्या भारत मे हिन्दू के रूप में जन्म लेना, घाटे का सौदा नहीं है ?

Swiss Time Bank: Self-help Measure for Old Age Pension


By: Prashant Nair

A student studying abroad in Switzerland observes the following:

While studying in Switzerland, I rented a house near the school. The landlord Kristina is a 67-year-old single old lady who worked as a teacher in a secondary school before she retired. Switzerland’s pension is very rich, enough not to make her worry about eating and drinking in her later years. However, it is puzzling that she actually found a “work” – to take care of an 87-year-old single old man. I asked if she was working for money. Her answer surprised me: “I did not work for money, but I put my time in the ‘time bank’, and when I couldn’t move at old age, I could withdraw it.”
The first time I heard about the concept of “time bank”, I was very curious and asked the landlord thoroughly. The original “Time Bank” was an old-age pension program developed by the Swiss Federal Ministry of Social Security. People saved the time of taking care of the elderly when they were young, and waited until they were old, ill or needed care. Applicants must be healthy, good at communicating and full of love. Every day they have plenty of time to look after the elderly who need help. Their service hours will be deposited into the personal accounts of the social security system. She went to work twice a week, spending two hours each time, to help the elderly shopping, finishing the room, taking the elderly out to sunbathe, chatting with the elderly. According to the agreement, after one year of her service expiry, “Time Bank” will count out her working hours and issue her a “time bank card”. When she needs someone to take care of her, she can use her “time bank card” to “time bank” to withdraw “time and time interest”. After the information verification is passed, “Time Bank” will assign volunteers to take care of her to the hospital or her home.
One day, I was in school and the landlady called and said she fell off the stool when she wiped the window. I quickly took leave and sent her to the hospital for treatment. The landlady broke her ankle and needed to stay in bed for a while. While I was preparing to apply for a holiday home to take care of her, the landlady told me that I did not have to worry about her. She had already submitted a withdrawal request to the “Time Bank”. Sure enough, less than two hours, “Time Bank” sent a nursing worker to come to care for the landlord. In the following month, the care worker took care of the landlord every day, chatted with her and made delicious meals for her. Under the meticulous care of the carer, the landlady soon recovered to health. After recovering, the landlady went back to “work”. She said that she intends to save time in the “time bank” when she is still healthy, and wait until she can’t move.
Today, in Switzerland, the use of “time banks” to support old age has become a common practice. This not only saves the country pension expenses, but also solves some other social problems. Many Swiss citizens are very supportive of this kind of old-age pensions. The survey conducted by the Swiss pension organization shows that more than half of Swiss young people also want to participate in this type of old-age care service. The Swiss government also specializes in legislation to support the “Time Bank” pension.

Scrap Article 370 to Assimilate J&K into India


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (General Secretary IPC)

     There has been a long-standing demand for the gerrymandering (delimitation of the elective constituencies) assembly seats in Jammu and Kashmir, but alas! no government has even thought of doing so. At present, the J& K assembly comprises 87 seats. Out of these, 46 fall in the Kashmir Valley, 37 in the Jammu region and 4 seats in the Ladakh area.
    The population and the area of Jammu region is far more than the Kashmir Valley. Even, Ladakh has bigger area than the Valley but both these regions are highly unrepresented in the State Assembly.  This is the reason that the Valley dominates the other two regions in the State politics.
   This is a well-known fact that the people of Jammu and Ladakh have consistently expressed their unflinching support for India. Muslim dominated Valley enjoys most of the facilities given by the Indian Government, yet its inhabitants have been ungrateful to India and never have had as any sense of shame in playing into the hands of Pakistan.
Surprisingly, it is the valley people, who orchestrate hostility for India because separatist leaders get money from Pakistan and other Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia to foment trouble in the state by attacking and killing the personnel of security forces.
Falling apart of the coalition of the PDP and the BJP, therefore, is not at all surprising. There is an inherent contradiction between the PDP and the BJP. 
Both follow diametrically opposite philosophy. The PDP has always been in favour of soft-peddling towards anti-nationalists and terrorists but the BJP always stood for taking the tough stand against such elements.
   So, the surprise is not in the divorce of both parties but in their marriage itself.
However, as a result of the highly incompatible marriage or alliance between the PDP and the BJP, the country has already suffered a huge loss of men and material resources. Otherwise, there was no reason why BJP ministers should have been asked to resign from the cabinet only for supporting the people of Jammu for demanding an independent inquiry into the Kathua rape case.
Now the time has come to deal appropriately and fittingly with anti-national forces and flush them out. Army’s hands should not be kept tied. Delimitation of the Assembly seats must be carried out to provide proportional representation of people to all three regions. Article 370, a temporary provision, should be scrapped and taken out of the Indian Constitution. People from other parts of the country must be allowed to settle down in J & K under their fundamental right (to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India) under Article 19 (1) (e) of the Indian Constitution.
   There is no denying that the alliance between the PDP and the BJP has been disastrous and so no tears should be shed on its falling apart because it will, without doubt, bode well for the J & K in particular and the entire country in general.

What are ‘We’?: An address for those who are ‘Open and Receptive’ !


By: Shreepal Singh

Our Physical Body is immortal:

The physical body of human being is immortal. Is this statement scientifically correct? What is the scientific proof that physical body of human being is immortal?

    We all are familiar with the scientific law of conservation of energy. It says that nothing can be created and anything that is already there cannot be destroyed. However, the process of transformation of things into different forms is constantly going on in Nature.

  Also, it is established scientific fact that the physical body of human beings, like anything else in Nature, is disintegrated into its constituent elements. These elements thereupon are further absorbed into newer things, like trees, microbes, atmospheric formations etc., and start a new lease of existence in different forms. It is immortality. Nothing of the physical body is destroyed   after death of human being. Further, the physical body under the operation of universal scheme of things tries to perpetuate by genetic duplication. The original life that once originated on Earth is still continuing in the forms of various life-forms. The original hominid that once lived somewhere in Africa, as Anthropology tells us on the basis of available evidence, is still being duplicated in the form of various races of human beings.

  In this way the gross physical body of human being is recycled by absorption, assimilation and transformation. It is immortal.

Desires are Immortal:

The gross physical body is connected to the desire body by a subtle bridge, and it is the subject that a new fledgling branch of knowledge, called parapsychology, deals with. Instincts, impulses, desires and all sorts of cravings are the motive-force of creation. These are full of life-energy. Without them there is no reason for life to manifest in varied forms. Though the universe as a whole is an ordered apparatus, without these forces there was no scope for this ordered apparatus to come into being. All beauty, love, passion and urge to go ahead in life emanate from desires, and also all ugliness, hate and dark impulses have their origin in desires.

  The raison d’être of the creation ranging from this universe to life in its highest form is desire. If there is no desire there is no reason for life to exist. In human beings, if all traces of desire are eradicated by persistent efforts, as various spiritual disciplines for gaining self-control and mastery over one-self prescribe, then man would not only die like a dry leaf comes off a branch of tree but he would not be born again.

  But we find there is this universal creation and, therefore, there is a wish, a desire that made this creation possible. We associate desire with human being but this force of creation, the force of an urge, is not dependent on any human agency. Though this universal force of creation is received and identified in human beings as desire. This whole universe in its present ordered state is a creation (it is not the creation out of nothing but merely a transformation from one state to another in a cyclic manifestation) and, therefore, it is driven by desires.

  The whole creation is a grand desire. Within this whole there are infinite numbers of self-sustaining and independent constituent parts of desires that are beautifully integrated into this whole. And, not only the grand desire but also these constituent desires that are integrated with this grand urge exist as a hard reality. These have their own world and own rules. These cravings are formed and transformed, and received and transmitted by living creatures, though the creatures themselves merely feel them a part of their own consciousness. Is it true to state that desires exist in universe independent of human beings who feel them? Also, as we have said earlier, is it true to state that thoughts exist in universe independent of human beings who are conscious of them?

  Let us give an analogy to understand the truth of the matter in this respect. We human beings perceive colors, beautiful and of varied hues. Do these colors exist in universe independent of human beings? Yes, they exist. But they do not exist in the form of ‘colors’ as we perceive them. The colors are the corresponding sensations in the brain of human beings of particular frequencies of electromagnetic radiation. Colors exist in Nature, though not as colors but a corresponding reality. Our universe is an apparatus that is full of order and logic, if there is a human being to search and sense these harmonious structures. Even if there is no human being there to sense and ‘certify’ this orderliness of universe, it still exists there as a hard reality. Our universe is a beautiful creation that is still continuing to grow. Our desires are its reflection in our consciousness and even if we are not there to feel them, they exist there.

  The desire-body of human being is an independent formation and remains interwoven with the physical body during the life-time of human being. After his death, this body is released into the desire-world – a fully fledged world of things and beings made up of desires. After this release, the desire-body remains emotionally attached to the dear ones of the dead person and it does not wish to leave the company of these relatives. However, it is not always possible for this desire-body to get connected with the people living in the physical world. Under certain conditions, like receptivity and open willingness of the living dear ones, this body some times gets connected with them. Then, these persons are said to talk with the dead soul (but it is not soul, depending on the definition of soul). This body remains intact in its desire- world for a certain length of time, like we live for certain period in this physical world. Also, some time, this intact body is assimilated completely by a new born baby and then the child ‘remembers’ events of his past birth.

  It is rebirth of desire-body, that remained intact under suitable conditions, like strong desires, demands, revenge, love and innumerable other circumstances. The desire-bodies in the desire-world spend their appointed lives. Sometimes, they happen to come into contact with the physical world of human beings, under suitable conditions and they are perceived as ‘strange beings’ by human beings. These beings have real existence. Within ourselves, we all have our own such subtle beings. After death, our desire bodies are released into the world of these beings. On completion of its appointed period, the desire-body also gets disintegrated into its constituent elements. These disintegrated elements of desires are again absorbed by growing children in our physical world. Thus the cycle of transformation of desires goes on in Nature. In fact, we ‘receive’ desires, though we feel as if we ourselves are performing this act of desire. We human beings are the meeting place of various forces, desires, thoughts etc. We not only receive desires from other sources, but also we generate and transmit them to others. It is a subject of complexity much more than the problem of Grand Unification of Fundamental forces of physical Nature. So far as it is relevant for human beings to understand and utilize their conclusions in day-to-day life, this subject has been beautifully dealt with by Lord Buddha, Lord Jesus Christ and many others in their prescriptions. Under certain conditions and in certain places, we sometimes get choked with certain kind of desire, say desire of hate, or love, as we are simply receiving them as receivers. Desires are immortal.

Thoughts are immortal:

 What is a ‘thought’? Does ‘thought’ exist? How do we know of the ‘apparent existence’ of, say, mind – that is, reason? What is reason? We human beings (like our inferior cousins, plants, microbes and animals) observe ‘objective’ world around us. We act, being propelled by the movers of life, like the so-called instincts and ‘go ahead’ by preserving, dealing to dominating, adapting and procreative. This is evolving ourselves in relation to the objective world around us. This is life. But this is not enough to ‘reason’. To be able to ‘reason’ we have to rise a bit higher on the ladder of life. To ‘reason’, we take a portion of the ‘objective’ world around us and isolate this portion from the ‘unified whole’ of this world. This is the separation of a part from the whole by using the faculty of our ‘reason’.

  We study the properties of this isolated part and then refit it into the whole again. It is like breaking the whole into pieces creating jigsaw puzzle and solving the same by putting them back in different relations. This is unification. The reasoning follows the process of movement from unity to separation to unity again. Or, it may be put this way: we take a set of material objects (with their associated properties) and isolate this set from the remainder of the whole universe. It is an incongruous heap or, say, a jumbled world. The incongruity in their interrelation is a ‘problem’ or, say, disorder. We re-position them again and again in their interrelation till congruity is established. Then, the incongruous heap turns into a congruous order of their interrelations. We call it a ‘thought’.

  The output of the process of reason is   a thought. And, this thought, when found to be in congruity with another neighboring ‘assembled’ thought, is elevated to the dignity of a principle or even a law. This congruity – this thought – is already existing in universe in the form of an ‘ordered state’ of Nature; we simply become conscious of this ordered state in our own way – by reasoning. The net output of this reasoning process is called by us a thought, which is nothing but a reflection in our mind of a reality that is existing outside us.

This universe is a grand thought. All thoughts that we become aware of in our own way are already existing in the form of the congruity of the material reality in Nature. Whether we receive (which we prefer to call perceive) or not receive, these ‘thoughts’ – the building blocks of this Grand Thought – are already existing out there in this universe. Thoughts are immortal.

  One may raise a question – a doubt – here: If there is ‘real existence’ of thoughts, desires and consciousness outside of human beings, then we must be able to fabricate devices that generate and receive these ‘realities’. Is it possible? Why can we not detect any of them today with our modern tools that are sensitive enough to detect the presence of a miniscule form and amount of energy? If there is this objective presence of thoughts etc. we must surely be able to get an indication of their existence through these fine instruments. But we do not get any such indication. Is not all this talk of an objective existence of thoughts, desires and consciousness a humbug and nonsense? It seems so today. But we should not be in hurry in pronouncing our judgment on the basis of our inability. Yes, we are unable but it should be all the more reasons on our part to be more humble in our judgments and verdicts on things that we still do not know. We know today all our ‘thoughts’ or ‘sensations’ of desires are the phenomena occurring in our mind only. We know there are transmissions of impulses of energy through various neurological circuits in our brain. We also know these processes occuring within biological brain are phenomena that are interpreted by our ‘mind’ as our ‘thoughts, desires’ etc.

 But human brain itself is a trans-receiver. It generates and receives thoughts and desires, though we are not able to detect them outside our ‘mind’. Why is it so?

 Brain is made up of matter and thoughts, desires etc. are not made up of matter. However, this matter is able to detect things that are not material (including electro-magnetic energy, which is material). Brain is a very sensitive material tool, which is simply devised by Nature’s evolution. It is conscious of itself. It is possible to fabricate a device that is able to generate and receive thoughts, desires etc. But it has to be likewise sensitive enough; it has to be conscious of itself. It is creating artificial life in laboratory. It is possible but creating artificial life is not enough to generate or receive thoughts etc. This artificially created life must also be ‘sensitive enough’ and – it means simply that – this life must be organized in the required fashion like brain. Brain has been organized – in a manner as it is – by life’s evolution process. It can be achieved in laboratory too but it would amount to achieving such evolutionary traits of mind by us artificially. Now we have the necessary tool – genes – to accomplish this task in laboratory. It is duplicating (and not only duplicating but refining too in a better way that is not available in Nature) evolution artificially. It is all possible.

  It all is creating ‘mind’ artificially. But today we are quite far from even properly understanding the biological structure and functions of human brain. An individual neuron in brain is not self-aware but when we put billions of them together in a particular manner there, the brain suddenly becomes self-conscious possessing an ego-awareness, which is the signature tune of mind. How biological brain is connected to non-biological mind? Or, is mind simply an operation that is going on in the background of biological brain? Even if this be the case, this operation of mind would be akin to a computer-like non-biological (mind’s) software running in the biological hardware (of brain). But then this software application also has some linking bridge with the biological brain. There is yet a long way for us to go. The coming age of bio-science would belong to the understanding of relation of human brain with mind. We have yet to understand not only the functioning of physical brain, but also the co-relation between brain and mind; and understanding mind means understanding mind’s conscious, subconscious and unconscious parts; and understanding those domains of mind that are beyond the conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious parts, which are still unknown to us. The biological brain is like an electric motor – you supply the power and it moves on giving an output; or like a dynamo – you move it and it supplies the power giving an output. In neither case it is a ‘power’; it simply is an instrument that processes a ‘power’, which ‘power’ exists in some form independent of this ‘instrument’. All this can be done artificially. But by undertaking this task in laboratory, our understanding of mind would completely be changed. By this way we would establish humans’ relationship with Nature in a totally new way; this way humans would transform themselves.

The universe is an ordered whole, and therefore, the universe is a grand thought. Not only the universe as a whole is an ordered apparatus, every constituent part of it is an ordered formation, which human beings perceive in their mind as ‘reasoned thoughts’. Whether human beings are there or not to perceive these ‘ordered formations’ as thoughts, has no bearing on their existence. The formations that we know as thoughts have their own world and are governed by their own rules. Every thought that may ever be conceived by human beings and also the thoughts that can never be conceived by them already exist in universe.

Our ‘True Self’ is immortal:

  Behind one’s mind, desires and physical body, there is, so to say, a deep cavity, a secret chamber, within one’s heart. This inmost core of heart is not an empty space. There is a highly conscious presence there within this secret chamber, which is more conscious than the consciousness of our mind, desires or physical body. It is secret because, except in a few cases out of million people, one is not aware of this conscious presence. But this presence always remains there in every individual, though out of our attention; and, occasionally and at the opportune moments in life, this conscious presence comes to the fore of one’s personality and makes its presence felt by making decisive intervention in one’s affairs. Then, it casts its overwhelming influence on mind and desires, and, despite strong opposition to it presented by mind’s logic and desires’ selfish ends to such interference, it takes a crucial decision overruling all these objections, which decision unfailingly proves – on the hind sight – the correct one and the best under the available circumstances.

  This inmost conscious presence is one’s center of existence; it always remains present and aware of all that passes in secrecy and is his real light. This center is the sole source of morality. It knows what is wrong despite hundred of thousands justifications offered by mind’s logic to the contrary. It knows very well what really lies behind all pretensions of outer ego supported by instruments of thoughts and desires. This secret presence is an eternal element within heart (not in the physical sense) of human beings – and within all living beings, albeit less developed than humans; and in a frozen state (like in sleeping state) within every particle in universe. This element is conscious of self and always remains conscious during succession of countless transmigration from birth to birth and evolutionary journey. We feel conscious of ourselves at the planes of physical body, desires and thoughts only because there is this eternal element present and because this element is evolved enough in us to cast its light that percolates down to the lower planes of physical body, desires and thoughts.

  All founders of religions, great saints, yogis and followers of divine path aim at becoming conscious of this eternal element and all their religious prescriptions etc. are merely elaborate outer means to secure this end. Once a human being becomes aware of this eternal element, he becomes enlightened and knows the reality of all that exists in the universal scheme of things. No doubts are left for him to be resolved. No conflicts, doubt and confusion that abound in our world remain there for him. He becomes aware of the great secret of this universe and the presence of life there. He, then, knows that consciousness itself is Divine and it exists at different planes, the lowest form being the innate matter itself – where it may be regarded remaining present in a veiled form – and the highest  form being the Supreme Being – where it may be regarded as real essence of all  that exists. He not only knows that the highest plane of consciousness – Divine Being – possesses a state of the highest degree of truth, bliss and consciousness but also enjoys this truth, bliss and consciousness. Such a realized person also knows that this highest plane of consciousness is a point where-from the material universe seems merely an illusory flux in perpetual motion.

  To enjoy this bliss par excellence – or even to satisfy our mental curiosity – let us quiet our thoughts, desires and bodily demands and go behind them. How can we do so? What is there behind them? Sri Aurobindo, a Yogi of Pondicherry in India, has coined the name ‘Psychic Being’ for this ‘Secret Presence’ there; it is a technical term applied by him to a very specific entity and should not be confused with other words (like soul etc.), which are loosely used in various religions. We can feel the existence of this ‘Presence’; it can be known, like we know many other things, but it cannot be understood by mind, as we understand many things of our world. Sometimes, music takes us away from the din of our thoughts and desires – makes us go behind  them – to the zone of silence of this ‘Presence’ and then we get a whip of this bliss.

  To get to this ‘Presence’ you are to collect yourself and drown to the depths of your heart. It is like plunging deep down. There are coiled countless layers – of thoughts, desires and subtle beings and their attractions – around you; you have to penetrate down through them to the depth, to the bottom of your existence; and, then suddenly you will find that your ‘Self’ of all selves, your center, true ‘you’ is there. There you will know, like a broad day light, that you have been in very many lives in existence; you heart will cry in joy on finding itself; it will pour out with gratitude to this unbound bliss and divine Presence. Then you will sing with joy and the universe will become a living part of your existence. Do grasp it firmly; do not allow it to be out of your sight even for a moment – else it may again be clouded with your thoughts and desires; it is ‘Psychic Being’, it is real you.

 But it is not as easy as it looks. Our physical body clamors to get attention, secure our indulgence and meet its needs. Our thoughts compel us to pay heed to them and accept them the best wisdom; our desires create a din like the voices in fish market calling attention. To reach to the destination, one needs a firm resolution of a life long mission and the persistence of a life time to get victory over these distractions. There are a large number of people who have reached the destination. Of course, one cannot reach this goal in a routine ordinary manner.

Golden Age ahead:

Nature is executing its design of creation and man’s pursuit of science is making his brain biologically more complex and developed. And, in the process human consciousness is being transformed evolutionally. One day, if mankind were able to keep patience and preserve herself against odds of her foolishness, arrogance and selfishness, it would transport mankind to a point of dazzling light of truth. That truth, which is beyond mind and its comprehension, would make mankind accept her limitations and force her to transform into a form of consciousness that is evolutionally better than mind. The steps of mankind are moving in this direction and our civilization is living at a critical juncture of life’s history on Earth.

Free Our Temples from State Control – A Campaign


I am an engineering graduate from IIT Roorkee. For the last few years, I have been working fulltime in the area of education, policy, governance and rural empowerment, with grassroots organizations like Ekal and Vision India Foundation.

The contradictions of Bharat:

In the course of my fieldwork in rural as well as urban India, I came to realize that our society is in shambles. We have no sense of ownership of our resources, much less our heritage, and we are speedily drifting away from our civilizational ethos. As a community, we are suffering from an acute identity crisis and guess what, not all of it can be blamed on biased school textbooks. Further, the poverty across the country is truly astounding and there are numerous communities that have been forced to live a life of extreme deprivation just because they happened to miss the bus of ‘progress’.

At the same time, I noticed an inspiring spark in the common men and women of this ancient land that made it hard for me to become cynical and lose hope. I realized that the indomitable spirit of these ordinary people, struggling hard to make ends meet, came from an unshakable faith in the divine. And I found that it was not something that the contemporary generations specialized in, rather it was a defining trait inherited from distant ancestors going back several millennia. No wonder India is the longest surviving civilization, given that grit and cheerfulness are a part of our spiritual inheritance.

Our temples are crying for attention:

This intriguing contradiction between material poverty and spiritual abundance led me to investigate the wellsprings of India’s cultural and spiritual life, our Temples. And I did not like what I saw there!

I saw broken murtis and dilapidated paintings. I saw looted heritage and predatory land-grab. I saw impoverished priests and languishing sculptors. I saw shameless corruption and shocking indifference. I saw paid-darshan queues and rampant commercialization. I saw temple priests getting paid Rs. 19 per month (no typo error here!) as salary for performing puja. I saw temples unable to render the basic services expected of them like feeding the poor, imparting education to the needy and protection of cows. I saw the funds donated to temples getting siphoned for other purposes by the authorities. I saw an ancient knowledge tradition being trampled by arrogant bureaucrats. I saw Hindu temples under the control of a secular government.

Temples are a reflection of society:

As I connected the dots, I realized that the sad condition of our temples was reflective of the state of our society not just in a poetic sense but was, in fact, one of the major contributing factors to the mess we collectively find ourselves in. In other words, the health of our temples is organically connected to the welfare – material, cultural and spiritual – of our nation. Our temples have been the nerve centers of India’s socio-economic life for centuries and without their revival, all ambitions of making India a strong and sovereign nation are nothing but a pipe-dream.

The terrible condition of our temples, though some of them may look nice and shiny on the outside, is directly attributable to the unbridled interference of the Indian state in their affairs. To be sure, the honour of being run by the government has only been granted to the temples. Not mosques. Not churches. Not gurudwaras. But I digress.

Harder than realizing the extent to which our temples have been abused by the state was to come to terms with the reality that no one outside the echo-chambers of social media cared. I spoke to friends, relatives, neighbours and even complete strangers, only to be met with a carefree shrug and a blank expression. These were not people who didn’t care. They were genuinely warmhearted individuals who just didn’t fathom the gravity of the problem. So, I decided that I would make honest and sincere efforts to raise awareness about the issue. Only when people woke up to its gross overreach would the state admit its folly and withdraw from the sacred precincts of our marvelous temples.

UpWord – A not-for-profit media platform for raising awareness on civilizational issues:

I pondered over this for long and came to the conclusion that the comprehension deficit all around us was not restricted to just temples but extended to history, philosophy, religion, politics, culture and so on. This is a direct consequence of us being products of a broken education system and there is a burning need to fill in the gaping holes in our collective self-image by educating people on various matters of philosophical, spiritual, cultural and political import. To that end, we figured that the best, most-effective and cost-efficient method is to harness the power of technology. We studied many different models of education and arrived at short animated videos as the final choice of our medium of raising awareness.

To sum up, a few friends and I are in the process of creating a non-profit organization (we have named it “UpWord”) that dedicates itself to this urgent cause of raising awareness on civilizational issues of all kinds and have been lucky to get the attention of many patriotic investors. However, we want to first make a sample video, a sort of prototype, so that we can show the investors the quality and impact of what we are setting out to do. Needless to say, we want to start from the start and our first video is on the topic of the need to free our temples from state control. We have already done the scripting and shooting and since we are still in the process of registering UpWord as a not-for-profit company and will only develop in-house talent after the initial formalities, we have engaged professional animators for helping produce this very first video.

Why 400,000?

Although the standard length of our videos is going to be less than five minutes, the first one is slightly longer due to the nature of the topic (8.5 minutes). To someone not familiar with 2D animation and video production, Rs. 4,00,000 for a single video of 8.5 minutes may look expensive but let me assure you that we are managing to produce it under a remarkably low budget by handling the research, conceptualization, script, videography, voice-over and editing ourselves. We are engaging top-notch professionals on a paid basis only for the animation part, which also happens to be the most critical.

Appeal:

We seek your support in helping us bring about a tangible positive change in the awareness of the average Indian on matters that make-or-break Bharat.

Link to connect with the campaign:

https://milaap.org/fundraisers/free-temples-awareness?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=thank_you&mlp_referrer_id=881436

Pazhassi Raja Kerala Varma – A Forgotten Hero of Bharat


Borrowed with thanks from “Know Your Bharat”

Pazhassi Raja Kerala Varma (3 January 1753-30 November 1805) was one of the earliest freedom fighters in Bhārat. His struggles with the British East India Company are known as the Cotiote War. He is popularly known as ‘Kerala Simham’ (Lion of Kerala) on account of his martial exploits.

He was the only person to defeat Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington in a war. Wellesley defeated Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo (this battle is so famous that “meeting one’s waterloo” has become an idiom for a very powerful person meeting with failure). Wellesley was also the general who defeated and killed Tipu in the fourth Mysore War.

Wellesley was so inspired by Pazhassi Raja’s war tactics that he adopted methods of guerrilla warfare used by Pazhassi Raja to defeat Napoleon’s armies in Spain.

Walter Ivor, a member of Court of Directors (of East India Company), who had taken part in negotiations with Pazhassi Raja in 1797 notes that British losses that year in Cotiote War exceeded British losses in Third Anglo-Mysore War.

According to British chroniclers, the war waged by Pazhassi Raja was the longest anti-British resistance struggle in Bhārat, and forest warfare waged by the Raja had no parallel in history in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Bhārat. British military command always wondered at the logistics of Raja’s army. How he organized supplies for his several thousand strong armies remained a puzzle for them.

To fight overwhelmingly superior enemies, Raja imparted military training to his peasantry wholesale and recruited them into his military force. This military policy of wholesale militarization was novel in history of pre-modern Kerala.

British losses were severe in terms of men and ran into several thousands. Death toll was particularly high with officers of commissioned ranks. So high were the losses suffered by Bombay army regiments that operated in North Malabar that they had to be withdrawn in 1803 fearing that further losses would cripple Bombay Army as a respectable body of troops.

Raja shared all the troubles of his ordinary soldiers during war and took part in all major military action exposing himself to personal danger. On account of these attributes, he commanded great respect of his troops.

Assam on the Boil – Amending the ‘Citizenship Act’


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate Supreme Court (General Secretary IPC)

Assam is again on the boil on the issue of amendment to the Citizenship Act 1955. While the Bill finds support in the Bengali dominated Barak Valley, i.e. the southern tip of Assam, it is being vehemently opposed in the Brahmaputra valley. Even the major allies of ruling BJP like; Assam Gana Parishad are also strongly against the Bill for amending the Citizenship Act.

A few days back, my good friend Tutumoni Phukan, who is the General Secretary of the Assam Union of Working Journalists and himself a very talented journalist, told me that the journalists of Assam are also very sharply divided on this issue. He tells me that Bill is being opposed mainly because it is hued with religious discrimination. and Assam cannot be allowed to be the dumping ground for the illegal migrants. Nobody can disagree with his strong sentiments.

The purpose of the Bill is to allow Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians who came from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan to apply for Indian citizenship but the present Citizenship Act does not discriminate on the basis of religion. What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. But then there arises the difference of opinion. Those who are in favour of it say that the Bill will help end alienation of Bengali Hindus living in Assam but those opposing it say that Assam cannot afford to have the burden of illegal settlers be they Muslims or others.

It may be mentioned here that Assam has already undergone much turbulence and turmoil from 1979 to 1985 on this issue, it came to end when an accord was reached and signed between the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and the agitating AASU leaders. The cutoff date was fixed on 24.03.1971. And therefore, those who came after March 24, 1971, were to be treated as intruders.  However, Assam continued to remain the dumping ground for the Bangladeshis. The accord provided that those who came and settled down in the state after the cutoff date would be detected and deported but till now only a few hundred of intruders have been sent back.

 This clearly shows the deliberate apathy and tardiness of the Indian authorities. I have found that because of the negligence and corruption among Indian authorities, particularly among the BSF personnel, the large number of Bangladeshis crossed over to India to make their permanent place of stay. And because of the vote bank politics, they got Ration Cards, Identity Cards, and Voter ID Cards. These Bangladeshis have spread to all major cities of the country but Assam has certainly borne a heavy burden. So much so, that large number of Rohingya Muslims have also got settled themselves in different parts of the country because of the complicity of the corrupt political leaders and the authorities. The saddest part of the saga is that quite a big number of counterfeit secularists have come out openly in favour of these Rohingyas and they say that even if India is not a signatory to the Geneva Convention on refugees, she must allow these illegal Rohingyas to live in the country.

 Anyway, that is a different matter altogether. Here I am in the point of the Amendment Bill. There is no doubt that Hindus and Chakma Buddhists have crossed over to India because of the atrocities and their persecution in Bangladesh. It is an unconcealed fact that minority Hindus and Buddhists have been killed, looted, maimed and their women raped in Bangladesh and Pakistan. But this was never the case with Bangladeshi Muslims because there has never been any discrimination against them in Bangladesh and Pakistan, which came into existence only the ground of the Islamic religion.  The Muslims, therefore, have no right to ask for the settlement in India.

 Hence, I think that an element of pragmatism is found in the Bill which rightly seeks to drive out the Muslims from Assam and this should be explicated to other parts of the country. This is not discrimination but humanitarian consideration based on the survival of the one and the mal-intent of the other. After all, where would Hindus go if they are subjected to all sorts of horrendous atrocities in Bangladesh?

 

‘Religion’ and ‘Spirituality’ – Difference !!


By: Prashant Nair

A learned man was once asked to explain the difference between Religion and Spirituality. His response was profound:

▪ Religion is not just one, there are many.
▪ Spirituality is one.

▪ Religion is for those who sleep.
▪ Spirituality is for those who are awake.

▪ Religion is for those who need someone to tell them what to do and want to be guided.
▪ Spirituality is for those who pay attention to their inner voice.

▪ Religion has a set of dogmatic rules.
▪ Spirituality invites us to reason about everything, to question everything.

▪ Religion threatens and frightens.
▪ Spirituality gives inner peace.

▪ Religion speaks of sin and guilt.
▪ Spirituality says, “learn from an error”.

▪ Religion represses everything which is false.
▪ Spirituality transcends everything, it brings you closer to your truth!

▪ Religion speaks of a God; It is not God.
▪ Spirituality is everything and therefore, it is in God.

▪ Religion invents.
▪Spirituality finds.

▪ Religion does not tolerate any question.
▪Spirituality questions everything.

▪ Religion is human. It is an organization with rules made by men.
▪ Spirituality is Divine, without human rules.

▪ Religion is the cause of divisions.
▪Spirituality unites.

▪ Religion is looking for you to believe.
▪ Spirituality you have to look for it to believe.

▪ Religion follows the concepts of a sacred book.
▪ Spirituality seeks the sacred in all books.

▪ Religion feeds on fear.
▪ Spirituality feeds on trust and faith.

▪ Religion lives in thought.
▪ Spirituality lives in Inner Consciousness.

▪ Religion deals with performing rituals.
▪ Spirituality has to do with the Inner Self.

▪ Religion feeds the ego.
▪ Spirituality drives to transcend beyond.

▪ Religion makes us renounce the world to follow a God.
▪ Spirituality makes us live in God, without renouncing our existing lives.

▪ Religion is a cult.
▪ Spirituality is inner meditation.

▪ Religion fills us with dreams of glory in paradise.
▪ Spirituality makes us live the glory and paradise on earth.

▪ Religion lives in the past and in the future.
▪ Spirituality lives in the present.

▪ Religion creates cloisters in our memory.
▪ Spirituality liberates our Consciousness.

▪ Religion makes us believe in eternal life.
▪ Spirituality makes us aware of Eternal Life.

▪ Religion promises life after death.
▪ Spirituality is to find God in our interior during the current life before death.

In fact:

We are not human beings, who go through a spiritual experience.

Rather:

We are spiritual beings, who go through a human experience.

‘Bronze Age’ Chariot, Swords, Mirror Excavated at Sanauli in India


By: Alakshendra Tripathi

Royal burials like chariots, swords and caskets with ornamental motifs along with other remains dating back to 2200 BC – 1800 BC of the ‘Bronze Age’ have been found at Sanauli village – an excavation site of Archeological Survey of India – in Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh on Monday.

The remains of a chariot, four copper antenne swords, copper crowns, greyware pottery, wheels (some without spokes), ornaments, helmets, shields, two daggers, seven channel-like objects and human remains were found following the excavation which had been going on in Sanauli for the last five months since February 15, 2018.

On the basis of the remains excavated from this archaeologically rich site indicate that people of that era belonged to warrior class and were habitual of a very sophisticated lifestyle. Not only the swords have copper-covered hilts and a medial ridge making it strong enough for warfare, but the shields, torch and daggers have also been found that indicate of classy ways of living.

According to Archaeologist RK Srivastava, that era which dated back to 5,000 years from now, belonged to Harappan civilization and the remains found by the excavators may be of that era only.

“The discovery of a chariot puts us at par with other ancient civilizations, like Mesopotamia, Greece, etc. where chariots were extensively used. It seems a warrior class thrived in this region in the past,” said SK Manjul, head of the archaeology team and director Institute of Archaeology, ASI. He adds that the findings will throw light on India’s place in the ancient world history.

However, when asked if the remains belonged to ‘Mahabharat’ era, the experts could not say anything with confidence. As on a casket measuring over 8 ft with a skeleton inside was excavated, Srivastava said it could be of some royal personality of yore.

However, the ornaments, comb, mirror, torch, hundreds of small cylindrical paste beads and triangle and rectangular inlays, semiprecious and gold beads, precious stones, pearls and other things excavated in this place indicate that the civilization then existing might have been quite prosperous.

Moreover, royal burial pits have also been found from the site and surprisingly, not very deep under the ground. As per the experts, while at places the remains were spotted at 1-2 ft under the ground, at some other places they had to dig till 5ft to reach the historical remains. Even more, the burial pits have highly decorative coffin covers bearing floral designs and anthropological figures like horned and peepal leafed crown.

Skeletal remains of full human body have also been found in some of the graves.

However, others have a few human bones along with pots (secondary burials); in yet others, only pots were found indicating symbolic burials. It is amply clear by such a pattern of burials that the person might have died somewhere else and was symbolically buried there, said the experts.

Notably, ASI’s excavation at Sadiqpur in Sanauli in 2005 had spotted around 125 graves with remains of men, women and children as young as 2-3 years and were so found on excavation. These graves also dated back to 2200-1800 BC. The mass graves then found indicated that people were together buried there might be after some natural calamity struck the region, said Srivastava.

Meanwhile, Manjul claimed that the newest excavations, some 125 metres away from earlier sites, were set to unravel a new historical trail which would consolidate the research and investigation in that region further.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2018/jun/05/uttar-pradesh-asi-unearths-first-ever-physical-evidence-of-chariots-in-bronze-age-1824138.html

Note: The following part is borrowed from ‘Know Your Bhārat’.

Below are the details of carving from a Hoysaḷa temple. You can see delicately carved ‘Makara’ frieze.

Note the war chariots and see the wheels there. They appears to be solidly decorated with lotus / spiral pattern similar to that of recently excavated chariot (~4000YBP) from Sanauli in Baghpat.

Notice what appears to be a “chakravyūha” that Abhimanyu crossed in Mahābhārata.

Source: https://t.co/6L4UEENK6O

Pranab Mukherjee at RSS Meet: He Came, He Spoke, He Conveyed Nothing


(1) of (2): By: R. Veera Raghavan, Advocate, Chennai

Blog site at: rvr-india.blogspot.com

Former President Pranab Mukherjee addressed volunteers of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh at its Nagpur headquarters on the 7th of this month. His speech was keenly awaited by leaders of the RSS, while his very presence at an RSS meet was openly disfavoured by the Congress party.  Now what he spoke matters.

“Any attempts at defining our nationhood in terms of dogmas and identities of religion, region, hatred and intolerance will only lead to dilution of our national identity…… We derive our strength from tolerance ……” were some of the formal high-sounding words Pranab Mukherjee uttered at Nagpur.  At one end these words seem to convey right and noble thoughts, but at the other end they really ride over reality. Anyone who remembers the bloodied history of India’s many regions and the attack on its ancient Hindu religion – the assault continuing to this day in creeping milder forms– will know that the former President skillfully said nothing worth remembering.

No one quarrels with Pranab that “hatred and intolerance” cannot be the proud hallmarks of a nation’s character. Hatred generally connotes a blind unreasoned dislike for another person, and it cannot help a peaceful society.  As for intolerance, no doubt the former President spoke of it as a cousin of hatred, i.e., an attitude that allows little room for free speech and legitimate dissent in a democracy.  So far so good.  As for “dogmas of religion”, we know that the Indian Constitution does not allow such dogmas guiding the affairs of central and state governments – as in the Vatican City or in Saudi Arabia. So dogmas are not a real issue with anyone.  What Pranab spoke in the same breath calls for criticism.

Pranab said that our nationhood is not to be defined in terms of “identities of religion, region” also. Did he mean that no one should imagine India as a Hindu nation or Muslim nation or Christian nation or a nation of any other religion? No, he meant only one religion. He spoke his words when, amidst forced and enticed conversions witnessed all through in India, Hindus make up for nearly 80% of India’s population, Muslims 14% and persons of other religions 6% – according to 2011 census. He frowned on “identities of region” when followers of the majority religion in India consider Kasi, Mathura, Ayodhya and Rameswaram among their holy places and the Ganges and a few other rivers specially sacred, and so hold the whole of India dear to them.

India is the heartland of Hindus. Hindus take pride in being Hindus and passionately look upon India as a Hindu nation, with its fabled Hindu history and epics. Though Indian Hindus speak different languages, their religion is their unifying force.  It is the deep widespread Hindu faith of its people that holds India together, and nothing else comes close, not even the Constitution. Then why should they not feel proud about something that keeps them together and not say it aloud too?  Whom does it bother if they do it?

Though Pranab did not specify a religion, obviously he sensed an urge among Indian Hindus to view India as a Hindu nation and so he spoke of it disapprovingly. If their urge was not real and widespread, he would not have talked about a non-existent wish among any sizeable group of people.  So it is clear he was really cautioning about the Indian Hindus.

No other country, no other people, will find it odd that Hindus of India consider their land a Hindu nation – just as, for good reason, Pakistanis look at their land as a Muslim nation or the Israelis call their country a Jewish state.  It is some Indians who, aiming for domestic political gains, do not relish Indian Hindus calling India a Hindu nation. Congressmen in India take this stance in the hope of harvesting bulk votes in some quarters. Perhaps the Congressman in Pranab intrinsically got the better of the Hindu in him.

Every society may look upon something it possesses to feel special and proud about itself. Such a feeling binds them more and helps their progress.  That sentiment is to be welcomed and applauded, so long as it is not a tool to subjugate or attack other people.  For Indian Hindus, forming 80% of the Indian population, their religion and their land are special.  They will naturally identify their country with them and with their religion, even as they are friendly with religious minorities.  Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism are religions born in India, out of the  Hindu religion, but to this day Hindus keep friendly relations with people of those faiths. That is enough proof that Hindus are a tolerant society, not easily found elsewhere. But if some religions and their heads pose a threat to Hindu beliefs and culture, why will Hindus of today not resist and rally among themselves to guard their religion?

It was because India’s regions and Hindu religion were tolerant to other faiths – and overly accommodating too – that foreign religions could enter and thrive in India.  As late as 1950 when India’s Constitution was adopted, when Hindus formed 84% of the Indian population as found in the census of 1951, some special favours too were conferred on religious minorities. Which other people of a country have denied some special favours to themselves though forming 84% of the population, while granting them to religious minorities under a Constitution?  And then going down on numbers in their land once conquered and ruled by people of other faiths who are now growing in size within the country? Facing the prospect of its majority religion slowly turned into a minority? And still getting a rap from a former President for its people being naturally proud of their region and religion?  Out of this bakwas, let my country awake.

Note: Copyright © R. Veera Raghavan 2018

 

(2) of (2) By: Shreepal Singh

Pranab Mukherji comes from Bengal, a place that taught India in the voice of Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo what Indian nationalism stands for. But unfortunately Pranabda did not seem to know the A B Cs of what these two great sons of Mother India taught.

He is a learned man, comes from the place where these great personalities played their epoch making roles and has been the President of India, and he is supposed to know what they taught. Alas, he apparently seems to know nothing.

He spoke at the RSS meet by quoting dictionary about the meaning of nationalism and about the ‘need of an Indian nationalism that is inclusive and diverse.’ Does he not know that in India Hindus are in overwhelming majority and it is because of these Hindus that India and Indian nationalism have been inclusive of all kinds of diversity –  religious and not religious? Who have been accommodated – and included – here by Hindus – they who do not accommodate others where they are in Hindu like majority! He should have underlined this merit of Hindu nationalism in his address but he parroted a Nehruvian punchlines by implication that RSS’ brand Hindu nationalism should be ‘inclusive of diversity’ as if it had a history of atrocities on non-conforming diverse segments.

Why did Pranabda fail to underscore this reality? Perhaps, he is too indebted to Congress – because we give him a benefit of doubt that he is naive or a fool !

Maoist Plot to Kill PM – A Grand Planning !!


By: Shreepal Singh

The greatest obstacle before the Maoists for taking over whole of India by force is the ‘established’ nature of State institutions.

In India, there is a well running institution of holding periodic elections of political forces that are to take the reins of these State institutions. Then, there are the armed forces, judicial system, bureaucracy running these institutions, political parties vying each other to reach to the top of this institutional pyramid.

This institutional pyramid has an unquestioned confidence of Indian people. It is this ‘established’ nature of Indian State institutions that Maoists fear the most in their calculated design of forward march to power.

Their dream of expanding their ‘armed guerrilla forces’ to all parts of India – where their political power running through the barrel of gun may decide the fate of this country – is dashed against this iron wall of the established Indian institutions and people’s confidence in them.

How to demolish this iron wall, is the question before the Maoists.

It has been calculated by the highest coterie of these Maoists that it can be demolished by designing a civil war in India and this is what has been exposed by the Delhi and Pune police joint team in the seized document from Rona Wilson. This act on the part of Maoists would have been something like “removing a latch” of a boulder to release its hold, make it slide down the slope on its own, hit it against that strong wall and create a breach therein.

This removing of the latch – the trigger for unleashing a civil war on India – was to be provided by the planned assassination of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

It was a smooth plan calling for a very little – or no – investment on their part except a squad of two or three suicide bombers.

One can very well see through their plan:

  1. Assassinate the popular PM.
  2. He is a hugely wpopular leader and those who adore him will surely hit back – but hit back at whom?

  3. Hit back at whom, nobody knows – rumours will have a field day. Public ire may be easily directed against Muslims, which had nothing to do with the act but in public imagination could be seen doing it.  Muslims would naturally retaliate. It will start a myhm in India on an unprecedented scale.

  4. If the suicide bombers are somehow identified by the security agencies, then their past Dalit credentials – their recent participation in the Bheema Koregaon Dalit show – would turn the popular ire against Dalits, though Dalit had nothing to do with the ghastly act. Dalits would naturally retaliate to the assault on them.

  5. This will give an opportunity to  Maoists to array all segments of so-called Dalits – like Adivasi, Mulnivasi, Dravids, aborigines –  against the Hindus in general and North India in particular.

  6. This will split India into two – a full-fledged civil war in India that no army could ever manage to control. Anybody can foresee such outcome of their act – certainly Maoists could not have missed it.

  7. The above stated (3) and / or (4) situations would have opened an unprecedented opportunity for Maoists for the recruitment of their cadre. They would appeal the disgruntled to join them – they who already had an army to fight the Indian State. They would show their credentials as the champions of Muslims and Dravids and on this strength would appeal them to join their ranks.

Now this was the Maoists’ plan to capture in India political power by force. Exposing their plan by the security agencies is not defeating of Maoists.

Maoists wage war against India at two fronts: Ideological war against what India and her history stand for; and war on the ground by organizing an armed guerrilla force.

How can India defeat Maoists?

Before defeating Maoists, Indian will need to defeat Maoism.

Maoism is more powerful than its recruited foot soldiers; the later one can be decimated by using the force of Indian State but not the former one. In the present episode, the Indian State must go after this Maoist gang of criminals – with all their helpers and collaborators – and bring them to justice. But this is one part of the story of Maoists and Maoism.

Maoism can sprout again and again, till it is uprooted ideologically. Professors, writers, historians, research scholers, intellectual genius etc. are the careers of the virus of Maoism. They live in universities, colleges and cities and not in jungles – aptly referred as urban Naxalism.

Then, how can India with a splendid history of at least 5000 years behind it defeat Maoism decisively?

The father of all strains of Leftism – including Maoism – is Karl Marx. They all suck life giving oxygen from Marx, which is no less of a prophet of a new age to them.

In him, they all find the light, a hope, a program – the light, a hope, a program against ordinary people’s real miseries and injustice. These ordinary people’s miseries and a belligerent program in Marxism with a hope to liberate them from those miseries is not confined to India alone; this dream of liberation sweeps the entire globe.

India has the caliber to defeat Marxism – and its grandchild Maoism – intellectually and save this planet from this menace of loving ideals with brute reality. India has the capacity to replace this menace with better and realistic ideals, and an effective program to realize them.

Indian government must take this work on priority basis not only to save itself against the repetition of episodes like this plan to kill a PM but also to save this country against civil strife and disintegration.

How to defeat Maoism and its grandfather Marxism?

India must hunt for and put in place those intellectuals who are the masters of Marxism and have been intellectually able to go beyond Marxism to spiritualism with a scientific flavor. Finding people with such an intellectual accomplishment is not an easy thing – such people are not a commonplace thing; it requires scholarship and a devotion of one’s entire life to such an intellectual achievement.

Hitherto the approach of Indian thinkers in fighting Leftism – Marxism, Leninism, Stalinism, Che Guerra, Maoism – has been to explain their own intellectual or spiritual position, while condemning Leftism.

It is fruitless approach. It is like English speaking person talking to a Chinese speaking person – in the intellectual context. Here, none of the two antagonists understands the other one. They live in different worlds; they have their own axioms to stand on and their own peculiar definitions to argue with. Between them there is no meeting ground, where they could wrestle with each other to win the trophy.

Such an approach of Indian thinkers and Indologists does not demolish Marxism on its own turf and hence it has no intellectual sheen like Marxism that attracts the best of minds in our universities. Instead, intellectual India must go to their den, call out them in their own intellectual language and wrestle with them on their own turf with their philosophical axioms and definitions. Nothing less than this will do, if we want to get rid our universities and colleges of these ‘Leftist stalwarts’ presently reigning there as  the champions of the down-trodden and the exploited poor !  Let there be a school – a teaching facility – of Marxism to demolish it point by point on its vital veins.

These points for their demolition must include:
1. Dialectics
2. Materialism
3. Dialectical Materialism
4. Class Struggle
5. State – Marxist view
6. State and Revolution – Marxist view
7. Socialism – Marxist view
8. Communism – Marxist view
9. Life of Stalin, Mao etc.
10. Fate of Communism in Russia
11. Fate of Communism in China
12. Spiritualism, Materialism and Science
13. Rebirths, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavir, Nanak
14. Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo
15. Gita, Dhammapada, Guru Granth
16. History of India since Mohenjo Daro
17. History of world and Wars
18. Nuclear Age and Nuclear War
19. Proletariat to Humanity – Artificial Intelligence, Bio & Nano technologies
20. Crisis of Humanity & Solution – New Age, Sri Aurobindo’s Vision, Role of India in Awakening the World, Human Opening to Future.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s ‘Infidel’ stresses Islam to come out of ‘Mental Cage’ !


 Parmanand Pandey

By and large, all religions are repressive. Some religions, however, provide more space and freedom for agreements or disagreements and debates and discussions. But Islam is the one such religion that does not yield even an inch of disagreement. There is no room for any debate or discussion in it. You must blindly follow what has been ordained to you. The punishment for apostasy in Islam is death and nothing less.

This is the crux of the ‘Infidel’, the unputdownable autobiography of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, which is an international bestseller. Hirsi Ali, now 48-year-old was born in Somalia, the most poverty-ridden country in the world.

She is the first daughter of her father’s second wife. Her father left her mother in the lurch, with three children, to marry a Kenyan woman. Her mother was deserted by her first husband also but she was then issueless which qualified her to marry her father, who was a political activist and living in exile for fear of being persecuted by the authoritarian regime of Somalia.

Hirsi Ali has had to live in Islamic countries like Somalia, Yemen, Ethiopia and in Christian/Muslim country Kenya. She had to undergo the most barbaric practice of vaginal excision, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), to ensure the virginity until her marriage.

Her first marriage with her cousin was a flop which lasted only for a few days. The second marriage was arranged by her father with Kenyan Canadian, which also did not last for more than a week. She became a refugee in Holland, contested election to win to become the member of the Dutch Parliament. Now she lives in the USA and is married to Niall Ferguson, a British historian.

Hirsi Ali was a devout Muslim but when she read the philosophers like Immanuel Kant, Spinoza, Leibnitz and political thinkers like Voltaire, her eyes and brain got opened and she found to her utter dismay that how Islam has mentally caged nearly two billion people across the world.

She says in her famous book ‘Infidel” that ‘Islam is like a mental cage. At first, when you open the door, the caged bird stays inside: it is frightened. It has internalised its imprisonment. It takes time for the bird to escape, even after someone has opened the doors to its cage.’

The fear of Islam is visible even in the most developed countries of the world particularly after the horrible incident of 9/11 in America and now the entire civilised world is face to face with the menace of Islamists. The ISIS and other Wahabi Islamic outfits have posed the greatest threat and danger to the humanity and civilisation.

It has made the situation explosive even in a country like Holland, where even prostitution and soft drugs are licit. Where euthanasia and abortion are practised, where men cry on T.V. and naked people walk on the beach and the Pope is joked about.

But people are afraid of speaking against Islam which, in her words, epitomises barbarianism. She further says that ‘Islam is the only religion which divides the society into ‘US’ and ‘THEM’- if you do not accept Islam you should perish, which further says that if you do not go out and fight against ‘THEM’, God will punish you severely and put others in your place’. Therefore, ‘whenever you meet the polytheists, kill them, besiege them and ambush them. Whenever you meet unbelievers, strike them in the neck’.

She has quoted Osama Bin Laden, who declared that ‘do not take Jews and Christians as friends; they are allies only to each other. Anyone who takes them as an ally becomes one of them.’ The Hadith says, ‘the hour of judgement will not come until the Muslim fight the Jews or kill them.’

Hirsi Ali avers that a religion which is so intolerant towards others can never be the religion of peace and brotherhood. In Islam, the relationship of an individual to God is one of total submission like that of a slave to master. To Muslims worship of God means total obedience to Allah and total abstinence from the thoughts and deeds that HE has declared forbidden in Quran.

Hirsi Ali is intrigued that Allah is constantly referred in the Quran as the ‘most compassionate and most merciful’ but why does HE not allow a little debate?

There is no freedom to the woman in Islam as she has been declared to be the ‘tillage’ of man. She has to remain veiled as the skin of her body if seen to a man, brings Satanic tendencies in him. Therefore, she must ensure that the man is not consumed by the Satanic forces by seeing any part of the woman’s body.

And that is why; Muslim women are supposed to have no faces. Women should cover their bodies even in front of a blind man, even in their own houses, that women must have to remain in the care of men, that women should obey their husbands, that women are worth half a man, that to abjure her faith is the worst kind of disobedience to God; because she comes from the lowest, most impure element in society. A Muslim woman must obey her husband, that if you refuse your husband and he rapes you, that is your fault.

Allah says that husbands should beat their wives if they misbehave; it is in Quran. (page 244 of her ‘Infidel’). Here Hirsi Ali becomes pensive with thought and says that the societies which do not respect the rise of the women are bound to remain poor and disturbed.

This is why, the societies, which have belief in equality of man and woman find themselves paralysed with pain at such state of affairs in Islamic countries. Hirsi Ali has told many things about Prophet Mohammad in the book. For instance; he remained in monogamy until the age of 50, when his first wife, who was 15 years senior to him died. He married his adopted son’s widow and also to his friends six-year-old Aisha but consummated the marriage when she became nine. He had many wives, at least nine or ten.

Hirsi is of the view that with the development of science and technology and spread of modern education among women, their shackles will get broken as only the educated women can be the harbinger of freedom.

The book is absorbing and must be read by the Muslims intelligentsia.

As a matter of fact, the Muslims from the democratic countries like India should come forward to see that the equality of men and women are respected, and primitive religious laws are done away with. And only then the society will leapfrog from fossilized time zone to the most vibrant and dynamic space.

Modern education gives wings to fly and it should not be clipped. Will Muslims hearken her plaintive call?

आतंकवाद 2004 से 2014 तक – क्या कांग्रेस का कोई बडा नेता पाकिस्तान से मिला हुआ था ?


पंडित मधु सूदन व्यास

भारत मे 2004 से 2014 के दौरान घटी आतंकवादी घटनाओं को देख कर यह संदेह बहुत गहरा हो जाता है कि क्या पाकिस्तानी आतंक भी कांग्रेस का प्रायोजित था?

2004 से लेकर 2014 तक इस देश में कश्मीर को छोड़कर कितनी आतंकी घटनाये हुयी ? उनका विवरण यह है:

मुम्बई, १३ जून २०११ : तीन स्थानों पर बम विस्फोट. बीस से अधिक मृत तथा सैकड़ों घायल.

फरवरी, 2010: महाराष्ट्र के पुणे शहर की मशहूर जर्मन बेकरी को आतंकवादियों ने निशाना बनाया। इसमें 16 लोग मारे गए, जिनमें से काफी विदेशी भी थे। एक बार फिर इंडियन मुजाहिदीन को जिम्मेदार ठहराया गया।

मुंबई, 26 नवम्बर 2008 : भारत की आर्थिक राजधानी मुंबई में आतंकवादियों ने घुसकर तीन दिनों तक दहशत फैलाई।

पांचसितारा होटलों और रेल्वे स्टेशन पर हुए बम धमाकों में 166 लोग मारे गए। भारत के ब्लैक कैट कमांडो की कार्रवाई में पाकिस्तानी नागरिक आमिर अजमल कसाब को छोड़ कर सारे आतंकवादी मारे गए।

हमले की साजिश पाकिस्तान में रचे जाने की पुष्टि हुई।

असम, 30 अक्टूबर 2008 : असम में 18 आतंकवादी हमलों में कम से कम 77 लोग मारे गए और सौ से ज्यादा लोग घायल हो गए।

इंफाल, 21 अक्टूबर 2008 : मणिपुर पुलिस कमांडो परिसर के नजदीक शक्तिशाली विस्फोट में 17 लोग मारे गए।

मालेगाँव (महाराष्ट्र), 29 सितंबर 2008 : भीड़भाड़ वाले बाजार में मोटरसाइकिल में रखे विस्फोटकों के विस्फोट होने से पाँच लोगों की मौत।

मोदासा (गुजरात), 29 सितंबर 2008 : एक मस्जिद के नजदीक कम तीव्रता वाले बम विस्फोट में एक की मौत, कई घायल।

नई दिल्ली, 27 सितंबर 2008 : महरौली के भीड़भाड़ वाले बाजार में बम फेंकने से तीन लोगों की मौत।

नई दिल्ली, 13 सितंबर 2008 : शहर के विभिन्न हिस्सों में छह बम विस्फोटों में 26 लोगों की मौत।

अहमदाबाद, 26 जुलाई 2008 : दो घंटे से कम समय के भीतर 20 बम विस्फोटों में 57 लोगों की मौत।

बेंगलुरु, 25 जुलाई 2008 : कम तीव्रता के बम विस्फोट में एक व्यक्ति की मौत।

जयपुर, 13 मई 2008 : सिलसिलेवार बम विस्फोट में 68 लोगों की मौत।

रामपुर, जनवरी 2008 : रामपुर में सीआरपीएफ शिविर पर आतंकवादी हमले में आठ की मौत।*

अजमेर, अक्टूबर 2007 : राजस्थान के अजमेर शरीफ में रमजान के समय दरगाह के अंदर विस्फोट में दो की मौत।

हैदराबाद, अगस्त 2007 : हैदराबाद में आतंकवादी हमले में 30 की मौत, 60 घायल।

हैदराबाद, मई 2007 : हैदराबाद की मक्का मस्जिद में विस्फोट में 11 की मौत।

फरवरी 2007 : भारत से पाकिस्तान जाने वाली ट्रेन में दो बम विस्फोटों में कम से कम 66 यात्री जल मरे, जिनमें अधिकतर पाकिस्तानी थे।

मालेगाँव, सितंबर 2006 : मालेगाँव के एक मस्जिद में दोहरे बम विस्फोट में 30 लोगों की मौत और सौ लोग घायल।

मुंबई, जुलाई 2006 : मुंबई की ट्रेनों में सात बम विस्फोटों में 200 से ज्यादा लोगों की मौत और 700 अन्य घायल।

वाराणसी, मार्च 2006 : वाराणसी के एक मंदिर और रेलवे स्टेशन पर दोहरे बम विस्फोट में 20 लोगों की मौत।

अक्टूबर 2005 : दीवाली से एक दिन पहले नई दिल्ली के व्यस्त बाजारों में तीन बम विस्फोटों में 62 लोगों की मौत और सैकड़ों लोग घायल।

इनमें कुछ घटनाओं को योजनाबद्ध रूप से भगवा साजिश का नाम दिया गया। भगवा आतंकवाद का नाम दिया गया।निर्दोष लोगों को फसाया गया।

मुंबई की घटना में अजमल कसाब के पकडे जाने के बाद भी दिग्विजय सिंह ने मुंबई में एक पुस्तक विमोचित करते समय कहा कि 26 /11 की आतंकी घटना आरएसएस की साजिश है।

अब नवाज शरीफ का हालिया बयान दिग्विजय सिंह के सर पर कस कर मारा गया चमरौधा है। नवाज शरीफ ने कहा है कि आतंकी पाकिस्तान से सीमापार जाते हैं। परन्तु फिर भी वह नहीं सुधरेंगे। भले ही शरीफ का बयान उनकी नाक काट रहा हो।

इन सबमे एक विचित्र संयोग मिलता है।

यह सब घटनाये UPA के समय ही क्यों घटित हुयी ?

क्या UPA के नेता इन घटनाओं से कही न कही जुड़े रहे है ?

अन्यथा यह घटनाये तो अब भी हो रही होती !

परन्तु विगत चार सालों में कश्मीर को छोड़कर केवल पठानकोट घटना को छोड़कर बाकि जगह शांति क्यों रही ?

क्या इन घटनाओं की रचना UPA के नेता अपनी सुविधा से पाकिस्तानियों से मिलकर करवाते रहे ?

इस स॔देह की और अधिक पुश्टी इस बात से भी होती है कि बाद मे चलकर कांग्रेसी नेता मणी शंकर अय्यर ने पाकिस्तान मे बैठ कर पाकिस्तानियों से कहा कि “मोदी को हटाइये, हमे लाइये”, जिस पर पाकिस्तानी ने कहा कि यह तो आप ही करेंगे। वीडियो देखें। इस बात का क्या अथॆ है?

इस बात का एक ही अथॆ है: पाकिस्तान  1947 से अब तक जो भारत के खिलाफ करता आया है वह सब जानते हैं, पाकिस्तान के हित मे वह चालू रहना चाहिये और इस बात पर कांग्रेस और पाकिस्तान एक मत हैं – यानि कांग्रेस और पाकिस्तान मिले हुए हैं !!

और भगवा आतंकवाद पर अब जो कुछ बाहर आ रहा है उस से ऐसा लगता है की UPA का बड़ा नेता वर्ग पाकिस्तान से जुड़ा रहा है। उस से पैसा लेता रहा है।

अब वह सब बंद हो रहा है तो सारे यह भिखारी बिलबिला रहे हैं !!

List (2) of Willful Defaulters in India- Bank-wise with their Names


It is the “Loot List” 2 of India. In addition to the looters, who had connived and facilitated this loot must also be caught and brought before the law.

Public knowledge reveals that most of all these “loans” (camouflaged as loans with the intention not to ever repay them) were granted before 2014, that is, before the Modi government came into power.

After four years since 2014, there is now a good news in 2018: Under the legal force of “Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code”, these defaulters are turning up back to “repay” their loans. Bhushan Steel, who had a whopping amount of more than Rs. 36, 000 Crores as “loan” against it,  has been sold under the provision of this Code and bought by the Tatas for 36,000 Crores, which amount is deposited in Bank and liable to be taken back as repayment of that loan. Many more are now in the queue to make the payment – or refund back.

Out of this ‘loan fraud’ who got what?

Bhushan Steel lost its entire assets of the value of more than 36, 000 Crore. Tata got an industry of the value of more than 36 000 Crore. Bank got back its 36 000 Crore NPA from Bhushan Steel. India got a boost to its economy. Other ‘looters’ got a message!

All gained something and the net loser is Bhushan Steel.

Also, it is a public knowledge that, taking a cue from the fate of Bhushan Steel under this Code, 2100 defaulter companies have now approached their creditor Banks to “repay their loans”!! It is a good news for Indians !

Here is the list No. 2:

Sequence: Bank’s Name – Borrower’s Name – Directors’ Name – Amount in Rs. Lacs

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Winsome Diamonds Jewellery Ltd.
Jatin R. Mehta, Ramesh I. Parikh, R. Ravichandran, Satya Prakash
Tanwar (Nom) Nominated by Consortium Banks, Harish R. Mehta,
Jaikumar Madanlal Kapoor, Harimohan Namdev. 27686.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Siddhi Vinayak Logistic Ltd. Roop Chand Baid, Rajkumar Baid, Ravi Kothari, Deepak Kumar Baid 18512.00.

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Biotar Industries Ltd. Rajesh Managaldas Kapadia, Bharat Mangaldas Kapadia, Dinesh Ranchhoddas Kapadia 5000.00.

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Victoria Agro Food Processing Pvt Ltd Ashish Marwah, Mahendrakumar Jajoo 2008.84

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sterling Biotech Limited Nitin J Sandesara, Chetan J Sandesara, Vilas D Joshi, P B Mehata, N B Patel, R B Dixit 1942.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Ispat Infrastructure (India) Ltd. Kapil Ravi Ghai, Nikhil Ravi Ghai, Ashish Ravi Ghai 1690.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Nav Bharat Press (Bhopal) Pvt.Ltd Prafulla Ramgopal Maheshwari, Sumeet Prafulla Maheshwari, Brij Prafulla Maheshwari, Sandeep Prafulla Maheshwari, Sanjeev
Prafulla Maheshwari, Deepak Saxena
1545.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Athena Financial Services Ltd. Madan Indrabhan Kochar, Sumatilal Shivlal Nahar, Dalichand M Singhavi, M S Nair, Gopinath S Kulkarni 1498.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA P & S Collection A. Sivakumar (Proprietor) 1284.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Amtek Universal Mr. Indrajeet Chatterjee 1198.08
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Accura Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Navneet Singh Gogia, Simran Kour Gogia 1089.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Ralson Industries Ltd. Rajnish Pahwa, Rajeev Pahwa, Satya Praksh Pahwa, Prem Sagar Sharma, Parveen Chawla, Sham Sunder 979.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Fusion Control Ravi Kishanrao Kulkarni(Proprietor) 886.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA NKH Enterprises Jagjeet Singh, Manjeet Singh Kang 701.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Bitum Impex Meenakshi Ajay Marwah 645.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Maven Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd. Donkena Purna Sri w.o Sridhar, Donkena Yadgiri s/o Ilaiah, Marella Srinivas Reddy s/o Laxma Reddy 458.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Tousif Ahmed R. Momin Tousif Ahmed R. Momin 419.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Bombay Glass House Shaikh Mohammad Sabir, Mujahed Khan s/o Abdul Gaffar Khan,
Ajmatullah Khan s/o Rehman Khan 411.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Hamja Enterprises Fayaz Ahmed Khan s/o Bismillah Khan 411.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Town Traders Abdul Sayeed Abdul Soudagar 403.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Shaikh Moin Electrical Agency Shaikh Moinoddin Shaikh Amiroddin 385.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA AEW Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Mrs. Preeti Sunil Malik, Smt. Tanaya Deepak Gupta, Mr. Kelvin Pinto, Ms. Pinky Jadhwani, Mr. Vishal Vijay Moreshwar, Mr.
Abhishek Asrani, Mrs. Smita Vishal Moreshwar. 385.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Maharashtra Super Traders Shaikh Jafar Nizam Yaseen Shaikh 380.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Royal Traders Inayat Jafarali Khan 372.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Trimurti Enterprises Shaikh Irfan Shaikh Rahim Kasim 367.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA GRACE FILAMENTS P LTD. NEERAJ SANTOSH, SWAMI PRASAD SANTOSH, ANAND SWAROOP (RESIGNED IN 2006), AARTI SWAROOP (RESIGNED IN 2006) 365.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Dehliwala Agencies Azaz Ahemad Khan Bismillakhan 363.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA A S Agencies Qutubuddin Sayed Saber 354.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Affan Trading Khan Rameez Raja, Shahana Parveen d/o Abdul Raheman Khan 354.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Viva Enterprises Bharat Shashikant Naik (Proprietor) 349.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Praktika I T Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Vandeep Gupta, Smt. Tanaya Deepak Gupta, Mrs. Preeti Sunil
Malik, Mr. Pankaj Pitambar Sarawade, Ms. Anjali Natrajan 336.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Universal Enterprises Radha Krishna Madanlal Goenka-Expired, Deepak Radhakrishna
Goenka, Mrs.Meeradevi Radhakrishna Goenka, Rekha Radhakrishna Goenka
325.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Spl Technochem Limited . Mukesh Mohanlal Shah, Shreyansh Seth, Sanjay Dhandukiya, Subhash Shukal, Vatsal Parkh 269.08
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA M/S Sri Jagannath Agro Tech Ltd Mr.J.T.K.Sonu Singh. 231.32
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Salasar Rayon Pvt.Ltd. Ramesh Radhyshyam Jakhotia, Mrs.Renu Ramesh Jakhotia 214.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Maa Jagdamba Oversease Kishan Lal Chawla (Proprietor) 195.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA M/S Anukul Cold Storage( Pvt.) Ltd Deb Kumar Pal, Uday Kumar Pal 179.21
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sumedh Synthetics Pvt.Ltd Ramesh Radhyshyam Jakhotia, Mrs.Renu Ramesh Jakhotia 179.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Ryan International Pvt Ltd Abhijit A. Sarkar, Nayana Abhijit Sarkar (Mrs) 174.21
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA
DSL Enterprises P.Ltd.(earlier Datar
Switchge Rajan Bhalchandra Datar M.D., Mrs.Shobhana Rajan Datar,
Kamlesh Morarji, K.R.Ghaisas Exe.Director, A.K. Shrivastav (Nomi.
IFCI) 174.00

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Verma Extrusion Pvt Ltd Harish Laliwala, Devika Laliwal, Vijay C Dalal 164.98
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Extreme Automation (Partnership) Ravi Krishnarao Kulkarni (Partner), Vinod J Patel (Partner) 161.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Salasar Fibres Pvt.Ltd. Ramesh Radheshyam Jakhotia, Mrs.Renu Ramesh Jakhotia 150.00
BANK OF Chennai Shipping Ltd Mr. M Sekaran 148.00
MAHARASHTRA BANK OF
MAHARASHTRA Tamilnad Marketing Sri. T . Palani (Proprietor) 141.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Salasar Enterprises Ramesh Radheshyam Jakhotia 93.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Rajasthan Marketing Corp. Ramesh Radheshyam Jakhotia (Karta) 91.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sonal Traders Anoop Kumar Gupta 88.80
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Harsha Sudhir Mehta Harsha Sudhir Mehata 75.29
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Pooja Enterprises Romen Mohanlal Patel 73.34

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sidhant Paryatan Suvidha Kendra Dinesh Shantaram Jaitapkar (Proprietor) 70.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Mayuresh Estate Agent Dattatray Maruti Lavate 67.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sidhant Hotel Neelima Dinesh Jaitapkar (Proprietor) 62.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA
Nilesh Balasaheb Dhamdhere/
Dattatrat T Dhamdhere Nilesh Balasaheb Dhamdhere, Dattatraya T Dhamdhere 60.18
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Vitta Mazda Ltd Dara Kaikhushroo Deboo, Yezdi Jamshed Master 59.20
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Simplex Industries Govind Laxman Pise 53.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Mahavir Trading Company Romen Mohanlal Patel 50.86
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Anup Trading Company satish kumar sahu 49.37
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Rasim Enterprises(Proprietorship) Rakesh Arora 49.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Prakash Traders satish kumar sahu 48.95
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Modern Electronics K. Venu 48.53

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Rellicon Plastics Kishor Vasant Dani 46.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Rsp Interior Exterior Services R. Surendra Paul 45.55
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Mangalkrupa Construction Bholabhai Valjibhai Patel 44.83
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Suhas V Gadre Suhas V Gadre 44.47
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sneha Interior Decors M. Rajendrakumar 43.86
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Aplomb Trade Links Shalini Ramesh Bhagat (Mrs), Aparna Hiren Bhagat 42.17
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Balaji Food Products Mada PratapKumar 41.11
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sai Dental Servises Mr. P. Kesavulu 39.69
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Iswarya Health Camp Servises R. Sandhya 37.47
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Morwal Engineers (India) Pvt. Ltd. Nagesh Laxman Malage, Kamal Nagesh Malage 36.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Earn Sales And Services Pvt Ltd Niraj Vishnu Bendale, Prakash Shankar Sapkale 35.95
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Riddhi Traders Romen Mohanlal Patel 35.22
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Balaji Insulation Co Ashokkumar Sharma 35.18
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA AAR VEE Textiles (Proprietorship) Vikram Vinod Jain 35.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Komandor Technologies M. Leelasai Kumar 34.80

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Anant Residency K Shridharan 33.90

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Dr. Sandeep Sharma Dr. Sandeep Sharma (Individual) 32.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sheetal Enterprises Ajay S. Marwah (Partner), Pankaj Takkar (Partner) 31.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Mr. Kailas Bhagwandas Gupta Kailas Bhagwandas Gupta 31.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sandeep Arun Deshmukh Sandeep Arun Deshmukh 30.59
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Manohar Pandurang Khade Manohar Pandurang Khade 29.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA I J S Infotech (Partnership) S Davinder Singh, Mrs Kulwant Kaur 29.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Passidon Images Sagar Rathod, Aswin Lakhanpal 26.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Alfa Agency Romen Mohanlal Patel 25.31
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Monika Agencies Romen Mohanlal Patel 25.31

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Peninsula Trading Co Romen Mohanlal Patel 25.31
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sai Enterprises Romen Mohanlal Patel 25.31
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Vinayak Corporation Romen Mohanlal Patel 25.31
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Girish Dutt Gajja Girish Dutt Gajja 25.07
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Kalpesh Fulchand Gandhi Kalpesh Phulchand Gandhi 25.00
BANK OF MAHARASHTRA Sri Venkata Sai Mens Hostel Mr. Venkatratnam 18.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Iswari Spinning Mills P Senthil Kumar (Proprietor) 5318.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Srivari Trading Company (P) Ltd P K Balasubramanian, Shobana Balasubramanian 1117.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Padmini Jewellers Pushpesh Kumar Baid, Kokila Devi Baid 558.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Sound Craft Industries Rajakumar C, Basanthani, Babu Basan, Vishnu Basan, Ramesh
Verma 547.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Malabar Sand and Stones Haris Cherattiadan, Mariyam Beevi 496.00

CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK S R Traders Rhiyas K P (Prop) 430.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK K M Stone Crusher Ansar C (Mg.Partner), Jabeera K (Partner), Divakaran (Partner) 391.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK George Fernades GeorgeFernandes (individual) 226.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Dakshin Agro Tech (P) Ltd Chandrasekaran K, Ajay Chandran, Arun Chandran, Devi Prasad R 210.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Vennila Fernades Vennila Fernades (Individual) 186.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Photomax Sales And Services K R SREENIVASAN,PROP 168.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Ayodhya Machine Chain Deepak M Patel (Mg Partner ), Bhaskar S Pawar (Partner) 118.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Chandra Engineers B Chandran Pillai, Suriya Engineers&Fabrica, Suma Enterprises 115.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Supreme Chemiplast Pipings Pvt Ltd SIMON JOSEPH, SIMLEE SIMON 100.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Sha Traders K Rafeeque (Prop) 86.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK JMJ Susee Travels A Thomas (Partner), T Suseeladevi (Partner) 74.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK
Mayur Cardamom Curing &
Processing Sunitha James (Proprietor) 73.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN Asian Marketing Pincy Thomas (Prop) 70.00

CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Awareness
Debasmita Mohanty (President), Sidhartha Sankar Mishra
(secretary), Jishukrishna Kanungo, Ramesh Chandra Das, Hillol
Kumar Boiti, Laxmi Priya Panda, Tunilata Swam 70.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Kerala Traders Maharoof K 61.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Rini Engineers And Others K M JOHNY ,SOLE PROP 53.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Harkirat Traders Amarjeet Singh Walia (Prop) 52.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Baboo Service Station Umapathi (alias) Rajesh, Suguna Saraswathi, D Dhanalakshmi, D
Santhosh Kumar 52.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Indiana Traders And Exports P.S.Babu (prop:) 49.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK HVP Engg.Co Hitesh V Pandya (Prop.) 49.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Vester Apparels M. R.Prakash (prop:), M .K.Rajalingam (Guaran 48.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Hashir C Hashir C (Prop) 47.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Sri Ganesh Knits Ganesh S (Prop:) 43.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Subramaniyam Agencies V. Subramaniam (Prop:) 40.00
CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK Prestige Surgicals KUNCHIRAMAN NAIR(prop) 26.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Winsome Diamonds & Jewellery
Ltd Ramesh I Parikh, R Ravichandran, Jatin Rajnikant Mehta Guarantor, Formerly Co Know as Suraj Diamonds&Jwell, Bombay
Diamonds Company Pvt Ltd, Kohinoor Diamonds Company Pvt Ltd
Gtee, Forever Diamonds Pvt Ltd Guarantor 54926.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Electrotherm (India)Ltd
L29249GJ198PLC00912
Shri Mukesh Bhandari PAN AALPB1974B, Shri Shailesh Bhandari
PAN AALPB1973G, Shri Avinash Bhandari PAN ABRPB0303P, Shri
Nilesh Desai PAN ACMPD1404F, Shri Ram Singh PAN ALIPS3069E,
Brig Pradipkrishna Prasad PAN AEFPP2560K 38526.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA S Kumars Nationwide Ltd Shri Nitin S Kasliwal PAN AAQPK8114M, Smt Ranjitha
Godbole(IDBI)PAN ADDPG7069F, Shri Sujeet Bhale (EXIM) PAN
ABOPB8982B, Shri Vijay Kalantri PAN AACPK4653P, Shri Anil
Channa PAN ACMPC4510B, Shri Jagadeesh S Shetty PAN
ABXPS2218Q 28390.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Forever Precious Jewellery &
Diamonds Ltd Nimesh B Patel, Vinod Rajendra Jain, Harimohan Namdev, Pranav Dalal, Jatin Rajnikant Mehta Gurantor, C-5/D-4,Hermes House, Mama Parmanand Hous, Opera House- MUMBAI-400004. 25407.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Surya Vinayak Ind Ltd Rajiv Sukhbir Prasad Jain, Rajeev Kewalkumar Jain, Someshkumar
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CENTRAL BANK OF
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SIDDHARTH NARAYAN S/O. NARAYAN SIDDHAPUR, VANITHA
NARAYAN W/0. NARAYAN SIDDHAPUR, AARTI NARAYAN W/O.
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13043.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Best & Crompton Engineering Projects Ltd
CINNo U28920TN1999PLCO43385PAN AABCB5248, B NARAYANSAMY PAN ABXPB8425A, K SRINIVAS KALYAN RAO PAN APAPKO383H, M R K VARMA PAN ADMPM6047L 12168.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Indian Technomac Co Ltd Rakesh Kumar Sharma PAN AAXPS4084R, Vinay Sharma PAN BTBPS1237C, Aswani Sahoo PAN ACKPSO588H, Satya Narain
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7553.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
ARSS DAMOH HIRAPUR TOLLS PVT
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DEL AGSPZ3959, SUBHASHAGARWAL
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Ambika Solvex Ltd Shri Kailash Chand Garg, Director, Shri Suresh Chand Garg,
Director, Shri Arjun Das Hotwani, Director, Narayan Ambika
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
DECCAN CHRONICLE HOLDINGS
LTD TIKKAVARAPU VENKATRAM REDDY, TIKKAVARAPU VINAYAK RAVI
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
DECCAN CHRONICLE HOLDINGS
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Dunlop India Ltd CIN
L25191WB1926PLC008539
Shri Pawan Kumar Shyamlal Ruia, Shri Ram Krishen Sadhu, Shri Dipak Rudra, Shri Virendra Kr Agarwal, Shri R K Budhiraja, Shri Damodar Prasad Dani, Shri Shiv Narayan Maheshwary, Shri
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4928.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SUN EARTH CERAMICS LTD. SURESH G MOTWANI, VINOD G MOTWANI, KISHORE G MOTWANI, JOY MANGLANI, PHIL STEVENSON, ASHOK PARANJAPE, D.K.PATEL, PRAMOD BHUCHAR, VISHNU VARSHNEY, SUSHMA DESHMUKH, DEEPAK KUMAR DUTTA
4108.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
C & M FARMING P. LTD. (C & M
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NEESA INFRASTRUCTURE LTD. SANJAY GUPTA SATE.RD AHMD.51 ABUPG5799B, NEELU
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SAT.AHMD.15. AERPG2839N, MANOJ KR.SINGHAL UTTAMNGR
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Brand House Retails Ltd Shri Nitin S Kasliwal PAN AAQPK8114M, Shri Vijay Kalantri PAN
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA STEEL TUBES OF INDIA LTD. R. B. BAHETI, N. P. JAIN, V. M. KSHIRSAGAR, K. N. GARG. 2720.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Indian Technometal Co Ltd Rakesh Kumar Sharma PAN AAXPS4084R, Vinay Sharma PAN BTBPS1237C, Ashwini Kumar Sahoo PAN ACKPSO588H, Indian
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Paramount Airways P Ltd CIN U45201TN998PTC040435, MR M THIAGARAJAN, MRS LAKSHMI MURUGESAN 2484.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MUNIS FORGE LTD AMARCHAND H MEHTA, RAJENDRA KUMAR M MEHTA, BIPIN B
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
ROOFIT INDUSTRIES LTD.
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA APPLE FINANCE LTD. DR. A.C.SHAH, MR.M.K.JANAK, MR.VIVEK G.CHAUBAI,
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Best & Crompton Machinery Ltd CIN no U29253TN2007PLCO64452, A ANNAMALAI PAN
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA VIVITA LTD (MOTWANI GROUP) SURESH MOTWANI, KISHORE MOTWANI,, PRAFUL BHANUSHALI, MEGHASHYAM, GOTHIUREKAR, ATUL BHAGWATI 1832.00
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Aashish Communications Systems Mr Ashish Kumar Singh, MS Philomena C Dias Guarantors, Mr Ashok Kumar Singh 1726.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA REVLON PEN COMPANY RADHIKA S MEHTA, PRABHAKAR B. SALWAY, MARTIN
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA V.S.INTERNATIONAL VIJENDER SINGH AHLAWAT N.DELHI ASFPA9313, SURANDER SINGH AHLAWAT N.DELHI AERPA6444, MURLEEDHARAN
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BELLARY STEELS & ALLOYS LTD. S. MADHAVA, PARVATI S. MADHAVA, B. SUBBAIAH, K. KONDAIAH, S. RANGANATHAN 1350.00
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MINICOMP LTD. KANAIYALAL RAMNIKLAL, SHETH, PRAGNA KANAIYALAL SHETH,
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Sunil Ispat & Power Ltd Mukesh Kumar Agarwal, Hanuman Prasad Agarwal, Bharat Kumar Agarwal, Shyam Sundar Mall 1115.00
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SPL TECHNOCHEM LTD. MUKESH SHAH, SHREYANSH SHAH 1019.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA INDO IRISH FOODS LTD. ASHOK PURI, SARDAR SINGH GURJAR, S.S.JOGLEKAR 969.00
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WEARWELL TYRE & TUBE
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Manik Logistics Pvt Ltd Sri Nandlal Sharma, Sri Santalal Sharma, Sri Kailash Kakra, Sri
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
PRABHU HIRA ICE & COLD
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CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SHAIFALI ROLLS (P) LTD
U27310GJ2004PLco4443
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AFGPS2938J 801.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Ranklin Solutions Ltd Mr M J V V D Prakash, Managing Director, Mr M J V V D Prakash, Divya, Mrs M Jyothsna Lakshmi Director, Mr M J V V Raghava
Kumar Director, Mr K Srinivasa Chakravarthy, Director, Mr M
Satish Kumar Director, Mr Penugonda Venkateswara Rao Director. 736.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA PRITHVI ISPAT PVT. LTD. DEEPAK BABULAL MEHTA, KIRIT BABULAL MEHTA 733.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BAJAJ HIRERS & LESSORS LTD.
ARUNKUMAR DEVIDUTTA BAJAJ, MADHUSUDAN DEVIDUTTA
BAJAJ, SANT KUMAR AGARWAL, BADRINATH SRIVASTAV, RAJ
BAID, KIRIT SALAIVE, SUSHIL SARAF
707.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA JMD ALLOYS LTD. SANJAY GUPTA, DASRATH KUMAR GUPTA, BASANT KUMAR AGARWAL 667.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SURYODAYA ALLO-METAL POWDERS LTD. SANJAY DEVIDAS SOANWANI, VINOD DEVIDAS SONAWANI,
ARVIND DEVIDAS SONAWANI 641.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
CONSUMER AWARENESS &
RESEARCH TRUST MANDADI KRISHNA REDDY, G.SURYANARAYANA, S SATHAIAH, N.ANURADHA, M VENKATA RAMANA 617.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAM SUNAR ROLL STEELS LTD. ARIF DADI, SIDDIQUE SULEMAN DADA, SANJEEV V KHANNA, SHAFI ISHAQ DADI 609.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
VIVEKANAND EDUCATIONAL
SOCIETY RAJESH KUMAR SINGH, KESHA SINGH, NARAIN DIXIT, VIMLA
SINGH, RAHESH PRATAP SINGH, MEENA MISHRA, GOPAL DAS
SHARMA. 569.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SYNERGY FINANCIAL EXCHANGE
LTD. S. VENKATARAMAN, Y.G.RAJENDRA 530.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
NUTECH ORGANICS CHEMICALS
LTD. T. G. VANAJA(MRS.), V. SHASHIKUMAR, A. H. VITTAL 526.00
CENTRAL BANK OF
INDIA ICCON OIL & SPECIALITIES LTD. TUSHAR SHAH, DHIMANT SHAH 522.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA ASSAM TUBES LTD. MR.RAJKUMAR SARAF, MR.CHIRAG SARAF, MRS.MEERA DEVI
SARAF 515.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA ANAND INTECHS LTD. S.N.CHATURVEDI, ANAND CHATURVEDI, KAUSHAL SHUKLA 500.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA ALPINE HOME PRODUCTS PVT. LTD DEEPAK CHAWLA, VIJAY KUMAR CHAWLA 494.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RIDER ELECTRONICS M.H.VORA, J. H. VORA 488.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA JAYESH FORGING CO. P. LTD. VINOD K. SHARMA, ELACHI V.SHARMA 477.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SANG FROID INDIA LTD. JAGDISH LAL SACHDEVA, NIRMAL SACHDEVA, VIJAI SACHDEVA,
SANJAI SACHDEVA, AJAI SACHDEVA, DARSHAN SINGH, JM SINGHAL. 472.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NAVALJI COTSPIN LTD. MR.NAVALKISHORE KOTHARI, MR.JUGALKISHORE KOTHARI, MR.MURLIMANOHAR MALPANI, MR.ASHISH DAGA, MR.PRAKASH LADDHA, MR.SHRIRANG CHANDAK, MR.SURESH ATAL, MR. VINOD LOHIYA, MR.NARSINGDASJI LADDHA, MR.HUKUMCHANDJI LAHOTI
469.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAJASTHAN POLYSTERS PVT. LTD. B. K. SETHI, D. S. RAWAT, GIRISH GANERIWALA 456.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RISHABH ELECTRICALS PVT. LTD. YOGESH JAIN, RAKESH JAIN 449.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
GAJANAND FIBRE INDUSTRIES P.
LTD.(JHAKOTIAGRP RAMESH RADHESHYAM JAKHOTIA, RENUDEVI RAMESH JAKHOTIA 449.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA PARTH PROTIENS PVT. LTD. SHARADBHAI PRANJIVAN DAMANI, PANKAJ PRANJIVAN DAMANI, SEEMABEN PANKAJ DAMANI 440.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MAGNA CORP.INFONET LTD. O P NEMANI, AJAY NEMANI, UMA RANI, ARCHNA NEMANI 439.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA DHAR INDUSTRIES LTD. VINOD BIDASARIA, RAJIV BIDASARIA, RAHUL BIDASARIA 438.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RANE COMPUTER CONSULTANCY DINESH RANE, UJWALA DINESH RANE 431.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA CONTEXT EXPORTS PARAMJIT SINGH, RAJNATHSINGH 394.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SACHDEVA & SONS INDUSTRIES
PVT. LTD. ASHOK SACHDEVA, C.L.SACHDEVA, LEELAWATI SACHDEVA, VINOD SACHDEVA 387.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MANDHANA FABRICS BABULAL RAMKISHAN MANDHA, GOVARDHAN B MANDHANA,
BHARAT B MANDHANA, SHRIKANT B MANDHANA, SHRINIVAS B
MANDHANA, SUNITA SHRIKANT MANDHANA, SMITA SRINIVAS
MANDHANA. 385.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bar Trend Global Ltd Mr Pranab Chatterjee, Mrs Shreya Chatterjee, Mr Sayan
Chatterjee 384.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAKHI ISPAT ALLOYS P. LTD. BDUL A LOKHANDWALA, KHALIDA A LOKHANDWALA, MUNWAR H
LOKHANDWALA 383.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
KIRLAMPUDI SUGAR MILLS LTD. C RAGHU RAM, SAPNA, B. P. SRIDHAR, G.A.S.REDDY, BHARAT KUMAR, K. RAMMOHAN RAO 376.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAJMAHAL MOTELS (P) LTD. RAMESH DHINGRA, SUSHMA DHINGRA 365.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
S K SULTAN TRADING COMPANY
PVT LTD. SHAIKH ABDUL HANAN BHU. PAN NO ABRPH8363, HEMANT SUAR
PANNO BHUB. AVRPS60741, LIKHITA SUAR GTR PANNO BHUB.
DJPPS9856B, SRIMANT SUAR GTR PAN NOBHUB9. CYFPS8004M,
LINGARAJ SENA & OTRS GTR BHUB. ECEPS8164, SHAIKH ABDUL
HANAN GTR BHUB.2 ABRPH8363H, HEMANT SUAR GTR BHUB.
AVRPS60741, SUNDARI SENA GTR NIPANIA BHUBNESHWAR,
PUSHPANJALI SENA GTR NIPANIA BHUBNESHWAR, GITANAJALI
SENA GTR NIPANIA BHUBNESHWAR
362.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA JAINA CAST LTD. ANIL K. JAIN, ALKA JAIN, SUKHDEV RAJ JAIN 350.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SOUNDCRAFT INDUSTRIES LTD. RAJKUMAR BASANTANI, BABU BASAN, VISHNU BASAN, RAMESH
VARMA 346.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SAA OIL MILLS LTD. SAJJAD AMIR SAYED, REHANA SAJJAD SAYED 345.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
K. PARTHASARATHY SPINNING
MILLS P GOPALAKRISHNAN 344.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
BEGAWALA HOTELS & RESORTS
P.LTD. MR.RAJENDRA JAIN, MRS USHA JAIN, MR.NIRAJ JAIN, MR.RAHUL
JAIN 338.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SHIVANO HEALTH CARE K.J.DEDHIA, A.K. DEDHIA, K.K.DEDHIA, SHOBA G.VORA (MRS.) 331.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA VENUS MACHINERY & TOOLS KIRIT MANCHAND SHAH, PRAMIT MANCHAND SHAH, BIRENDER
SINGH REKHI 323.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA IMPERIAL CLOTHING IMPEX MUKESH D BHEDA, SACHIN P.ADIACHA 322.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA HI TECH FOOTWEAR H.M.B.MURTHY, JYOTIB.MURTHY 319.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA GOLD FLUIDS PVT. LTD S.P.BAGARIA, K.KRISHNAMURTHY, P.M.AGARWAL, S.S.BAGARIA (MRS) 317.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SIDH INDUSTRIES J.B.GARG, N.K.GARG, S.K.GARG, M.L.GUPTA 316.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NARENDRA KUMAR & CO. NARENDRAKUMAR P TUMBADIA 308.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA OXFORD GARMENTS & CLOTHING JANAK D. VEDANT, DEVAN M. VEDANT 306.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA ALL METAL INDUSTRIES LTD. ASHOK KAPOOR, S.G.A.SAFI, P.C.SARONA, KAWALJIT BAWA, VIKRAMJIT S. PURI 305.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
TARKESHWAR HATCHERIES PVT.
LTD RADHESHYAM SETHI, NIRAJ SETHI, ASWIN SETHI, RAJESH SETHI 300.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA AWADH WOOD PRODUCTS R S MAHESHWARI, M M MAHESHWARI, N K MAHESHWARI, VIMLA MAHESHWARI, R K MAHESHWARI 299.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA IRRIGATION ENGG. CO. LTD. R. K. TONDON, PRAVEEN DAWAR, MANJU MEHTA 295.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA S. A. COLD STORAGE P. LTD. SWAPAN BHAR, ARUP BOSE 294.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Industrial Fastners (Prop:Nitin
Goenka) Manju Goenka W/o Ratan Goenka Guarantor, IndiraDevi Goenka
W/oRadheshyam Goenka, Sri Om Prakash Goenka Guarantors,
Laxmi Mondal D/o Gour Das MondalGuaranto, Parul Bala Mondal
Guarantors. 288.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NYAGRA TECHNOLOGIES LTD. KOLLI VENKATA REDDY S/O. KV SUBBA REDDY, KOLLI VENKATA RAMANA REDDY S/O. KV SUBBA, REDDY 288.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SHRI MAHALAXMI FARMS SUBHASH N. KOTHULE, KERU M. BHOSALE 285.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA PRIYA INTERCONTINENTAL VIJAY JINDAL, M.K. DARA 276.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA VIJAI INDUSTRIES B. M. MODI, B. N. MODI, U. MODI, NARAYAN STEEL COMPLEX,
KRISHNA INDUSTRIES 274.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MAHARAJA ART PALACE PVT. LTD. RAMAN AGARWAL, SUNITA AGARWAL(MS.), NARESH AGARWAL 273.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA R.K.CONSTRUCTION RAMESH B. KEWALRAMANI 272.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA TIWARI BECHAR & CO. ROOP KUMARI TIWARI, MADHUR TIWARI 271.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BHANU RICE LAND RAKESH KUMAR JINDAL(PROP 269.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SHILPI MODES ARVIND AGARWAL 265.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA VPL TRAVELS PVT. LTD. V.P. BHATIA, RAMESH BHATIA, LOKESH BHATIA, VIVEK BHATIA 261.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MARATHON INDIA P. LTD ANURAG DUBE, B.K.DUBE, ASHA DUBE 259.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA K.S.ELECTRICALS K.S.SHUKLA, VIKAS SHUKLA, VIVEK SHUKLA 257.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MUKTANAND PIPES LTD. RAJINDERSINGH AHLUWALIA, RAVINDERSINGH AHLUWALIA,
KULJINDERSINGH AHLUWALIA 254.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA GAURI ENTERPRISES BALASAHEB D.KORPE, JITENDRA M. SHINDE 252.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
Sri Chakra Gold Farms and Villas
Ltd Mr DarisiNarendra PAN no AVTPDO901F, Smt Darisi Aruna Devi
MD PANno AVTPDO900, Mr Nidamanuri Anil Kumar PAN no AEEPN6037, Mrs Telaprolu Bhargavi PAN no AIQPT8010M, Mr N V Suresh Kumar PAN no AJRPN02988, Mrs Nidamanuri
Hymavathi Guarantor. 252.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA DUGGAL EXPORTS ARVIND DUGGAL S/O N.K.DU 248.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA DUJOHN LABORATORIES LTD. ARUN GOEL, MANOJ GOEL 248.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA E SEFTON & CO (P) LTD. RAMJEELAL MAHESHWEERI, HEMANT MAHESHWERI, HEMANSHU
MAHESHWERI, SAATYA NARAYAN DHANUKA, RAJAN JHABARIA 246.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MAHARASHTRA TRADERS ANIL DATTATRAYA WAKANKAR 244.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA KOHINOOR TEA CO. LTD. NATHOMAL DAGA, SHASHIKANTA DAGA, SARLA DEVI DAGA, INDRA KUMAR DAGA, SUSHIL KUMAR DAGA, RAJ KUMAR DAGA,
AMIT KUMAR DAGA, PURNENDU MAJUMDER, ASHOKE MITRA
241.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NIKHUNJ MARKETING ZAFAR S.DAUD, RASHIDA Z. DAUD 241.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NBD PHARMA PVT. LTD. VINOD MITRA, G. MITRA, S.P.BHOSALE 240.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SHRI ATHARVA TRADING PVT. LTD. DHANANJAY PATIL, TULSHIRAM POKHORKAR 238.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
XLO UNITED CLUTCH PRODUCTS
LTD. S.C.SARAN, J.N.MEHROTRA, NARINDER KUMAR, RAGHU RAJ 234.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NUMARK PHARMA IMPEX GOPAL DADHIA, MANISH DADHIA 231.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA K. P. STEELS LTD. RAJENDRA KUMAR GUPTA, KRANTI KUMAR GUPTA, RAJINI
KUMAR GUPTA 228.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA AMRUTA AGENCIES GIRISH RAJARAM KULKARNI, MUKUND CHANDRAKANT AJABE, RAJENDRA VASANT BODHANI 225.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
WESTERN INDIA HARDWARE
MART KANTILAL VASSA(PARTNER), HARSHAD K VASSA(PARTNER), F. K.
VASSA(PARTNER) 224.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA OBEROI PLASTICS LTD. RAVI OBEROI, ANIL OBEROI 218.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA AMAN TRADING COMPANY SATISH CHAND JAIN MR. 212.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MADHAV COTEX PVT LTD. SUBHASH NARULA, ASHOK VIZ 209.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA FINESSE IMPEX LTD. AJAY GUPTA, NISHIT GOEL, DEEPAK JAIN, VIVEK GUPTA 209.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BHARAT INTFAB MAHOHAR AHUJA, AMIT M. AHUJA 208.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NANAK DAIRY PLANT NANAK SINGH (DECEASED), SMT.BALWANT KAUR, SHIV RAJ SINGH, ONKAR SINGH, BHUPINDER SINGH, AVTAR SINGH 208.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA United Traders Manoj Guha Thakurdas, Supriya Choudhary Guarantor 205.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
MARUTI TELESTAR INDUSTRIES
LTD. CHAND SWAROOP KAPOOR, KIRAN PANKAJ GUPTA 202.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SHRI SADGURUKRUPA TRADING
PVT. LTD. VISHWANATH M. SHINDE, HARINATH B. KADAM 202.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SUNAIN INVESTMENTS P. LTD. S.N.CHATURVEDI, S.V.CHATURVEDI, N.L.CHATURVEDI 200.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA HARYANA ZINK P. LTD. RAJ BALA TYAGI(MRS.), RAKESH KUMAR TYAGI, RAJINDER KUMAR TYAGI 199.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SHREE MAHALAXMI COLD
STORAGE & ICE FACTORY
SUSHMA JINDAL, ANUPAM JINDAL, AMIT JINDAL, ROHIT JINDAL,
RAHUN JINDAL, MINU SRIVASTAV 198.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA R & J ALLOYS PVT. LTD. RAJENDRA KUMAR JAIN, RAKESH VERMA 196.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BANSI DAIRY SHYAM RAMAPATI PANDEY 193.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAVI SPINNING MILLS LTD. GHANSHYAM GOENKA, N.K.KOTHARI, VIKRAMADITYA GOENKA 191.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA M.J.M.DIAMOND TOOLS P. LTD ABHISHEK GOEL, JAGDEEP SETHI 191.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA DINESH AGRO PRODUCTS LTD. RAMKRISHNA B. MORE, DINESH B. MORE, SUREKHA B. MORE 189.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA PUPPY’S GRAND SWIM & SLIM VEERABATHIRAN SHIVANESAN ARUNACHALA NAIR, SIVAGNANA DEVI W/O VERABATHIRAN SIVANESA 189.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA FORTUNE PETECH PVT. LTD. NIKHIL KOTHARI S/O NARENDRA KOTHARI, SAMEER SINHA S/O RAMENDRA PRASAD 187.00
CENTRAL BANK OF
INDIA FITWELL FABRICATORS GURUDAS NILOO NARVEKAR 186.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAJ METAL INDUSTRIES (P) LTD. M.VENUGOPAL REDDY, P.CHANDRAVATTAMA, N.VENKATESWARA RAO, A. SRINIVASA KUMAR, G.KRISHNAVENI 186.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA AWADH FERTILIZERS LTD R S MAHESHWARI, R K MAHESHWARI, MANISH MAHESHWARI, RUPESH MAHESHWARI, MUKESH MAHESHWARI, RISI
MAHESHWARI. 186.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MARGRA INDUSTRIES LTD. DEEPAK KHOSLA, VINEET KHOSSLA, RANE KHOSLA 185.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA DEVA SOLVENT INDUSTRIES ADITYA SINGHAL, RIPUDAMAN SINGHAL, SUCHET SINGHAL 184.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA LAXMI AUTO INDUSTRIES SATISH KUMAR, PARMINDER SINGH 184.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA RAJ REXINE PVT. LTD. DESRAJ MANCHANDA, VIJAY MANCHANDA, SHASHI V. MANCHANDA(SMT.) 182.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
COSCO SALES & SERVICES PVT.
LTD. SURESH GOEL, GAUTAM GOEL, ADITYA GOEL 180.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA AGRASEN IMPEX KAVITA AGARWAL 178.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA XTREME COFFEE EXPORTS P. LTD. M.A. SREEDHAR, M.S.VANI DEVI (MRS,) 175.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BHISMA ISPAT PVT. LTD. AMOLAK RAM SINGLA, SURESH KUMAR SINGLA, RAJESH KUMAR SINGLA 172.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SAMARJIT SINGH CHABRA SAMARJIT SINGH CHABRA 171.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
CENTRAL INDIA FOOD PRODUCTS
PVT. LTD. RAM GOPAL KABRA, KRISHNA GOPAL KABRA, BRIJ GOPAL KABRA 171.00

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MATHIAS PACKAGING PVT. LTD. I.J.MATHIAS, REGINA MATHIAS, J. ISSIAH 169.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA NIRMALA PULSES(P) LTD. NIRMALA RAJENDRA AGARWAL, SATYANARAYAN B.AGARWAL 168.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
NARENDRA DADA AGRO
INDUSTRIES LTD. KISTAYYA KOYADWAR, PRASHANT CHOURASIYA, BHAGABAI KOYADWAR, SHASHI CHOURASIA, RAMESH CHOURASIA, VINOD KOYADAWAR, YESHWANT ELAPURE. 168.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA KHURANA DUPLEX BOARD JAGMOHAN SINGH KHURANA, JOGINDER SINGH KHURANA, VIJENDER SINGH KHURANA, SMT. HARBHAJAN KAUR, SMT. JASPAL KAUR, SMT. AMARJEET KAUR, GURPREET SINGH KHURANA, A. S. AWASTHI. 167.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SUMEET MACHINES LTD. AJAY MATHUR, KAVITHA MATHUR, P. THUKRAL, V.D.KHER – NOMINEE DIR., J. JAYARAMAN 167.00
CENTRAL BANK OF
INDIA VICTOR STRIPS LTD. KULDIP SINGH BHALLA, VEENA K BHALLA 166.0

CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA PNB FERTILIZERS A.J.PATEL, P.J.PATEL 165.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA USHAKANT STEELS P. LTD. KANTILAL RAMKRISHNA CHIR, MADE, USHA KANTILAL CHIRMADE, ASHWIN KANTILAL CHIRMADE 161.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA MEDIA CLOTHING OM PRAKASH JAISANI(PROP) 160.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA J.D.IMPEX MUNISH MADHOK 160.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA SOUTHERN TIMBER TRADERS SHAHUL HAMEED(SOLE PROP) 159.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Continental Engineering Ind Barun Kr Ghosh B G 150,Salt Lake,Kolkata, Bhabatosh Chanda 223,MG Rd,Arabinda Naga 155.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA U.A.ARGO COOP. V.R.DIVARKARNI (PROP) 155.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
SHREE SHRADA INDUSTRIES PVT.
LTD. ASHOK DIDWANIA, SANJAY JHUNJHUNWALA, NIRMAL JATIA 155.00
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA R. D. Marble & Company. Sri Dhiman Bhusan Dhar, Sm Ratna Dhar 154.00

(Central Bank List to continue)

List (1) of Willful Defaulters in India- Bank-wise with their Names


Shall we call it the “Loot List” of India? And, then, when were these “loans” granted to the looters? In addition to the looters, who had connived and facilitated this loot? They all must be caught and brought before the law.

Public knowledge reveals that most of all these “loans” (camouflaged as loans with the intention not to ever repay them) were granted before 2014, that is, before the Modi government came into power.

After four years since 2014, there is now a good news in 2018: Under the legal force of “Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code”, these defaulters are turning up back to “repay” their loans. Bhushan Steel, who had a whopping amount of more than Rs. 36, 000 Crores as “loan” against it,  has been sold under the provision of this Code and bought by the Tatas for 36,000 Crores, which amount is deposited in Bank and liable to be taken back as repayment of that loan.

Out of this ‘loan fraud’ who got what?

Bhushan Steel lost its entire assets of the value of more than 36, 000 Crore. Tata got an industry of the value of more than 36 000 Crore. Bank got back its 36 000 Crore NPA from Bhushan Steel. India got a boost to its economy. Other ‘looters’ got a message!

All gained something and the net loser is Bhushan Steel.

Also, it is a public knowledge that, taking a cue from the fate of Bhushan Steel under this Code, 2100 defaulter companies have now approached their creditor Banks to “repay their loans”!! It is a good news for Indians !!

Another case of repayment of NPA / loan under IBCode is that of Electrosteel. It has been sold and bought for 5300 Crore by Vedanta. Bank got 5300 Crore out of its 13000 Crore!

Here is the list:

Sequence: Bank’s Name – Borrower’s Name – Directors’ Name – Amount in Rs. Lacs

ALLAHABAD BANK – PUNEET FASHION PVT LTD – PUNNET BEDI, TILAK RAJ BEDI, NIKHIL BEDI – 8671.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Biotor Industries Ltd. Bharat Kr. Mangaldas kapadia, Rajesh Mangaldas Kapadia, Dinesh
Ranchhodas Kapadia 5000.00
ALLAHABAD BANK BELLPOLY MOULDERS P LTD Sanjeev Kapoor, Rajesh Kohli 4755.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Sukhsagar Infotech Pvt ltd Vinita Sonthalia,PAN: AKTPS2471A, Asish Bothra,PAN:
AIWPB7094B 3547.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Roto India Enterprise Gunawati Devi Sonthalia, PAN: AJQPS5327K, Sudesh Kumar
Sonthalia 3122.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Utsav Rice Mills PVT Ltd Sambhu Nath Agarwal, PAN: ACSPA4777C, Binit Agarwal,, Sri Amit
Agarwal, Smt. Sikha Agarwal, PAN: AFBPA9980M 3092.00
ALLAHABAD BANK R S Vanijya Ltd Aman Saraogi, Manish Agarwal 3018.00
ALLAHABAD BANK MODERN TUBE INDUSTRIES LTD MAHENDRA KUMAR SURATMAL BHANSALI, RAMESH KUMAR
CHUNILAL DOSHI, HIMANSHU SANTHAN SHARMA 2611.00
ALLAHABAD BANK SHREE VALLABH EXPORTS DHARAMPAL JAIN, JANINDER JAIN 2033.00
ALLAHABAD BANK SHREE VALLABH OVERSEAS DHARAMPAL JAIN, JANINDER JAIN 1930.00
ALLAHABAD BANK NIKHIL EXPORT PVT LTD NIKHIL BEDI, PUNNET BEDI, NEHA BEDI 1845.00
ALLAHABAD BANK A & J IMPEX ANJU JAIN 1394.00
ALLAHABAD BANK NEHA EXPORTS NEHA BEDI 1252.00
ALLAHABAD BANK GOODVALUE TREXIM PVT LTD. KAUSHIK KR. NATH,PAN: APJPN9762J, MANISHA NATH, PAN:
AHHPN8993M 974.05
ALLAHABAD BANK RAJAN TRADING PVT LTD NAVNEET SINGH BEDI, DIPTENDU GIRI 934.00
ALLAHABAD BANK PCH life Style ltd Balvinder singh, PAN: ADVPS0174K 834.00
ALLAHABAD BANK KAPOOR EXPORTS DALJEET SINGH, JEEVAN KUMAR GUPTA 807.00

ALLAHABAD BANK TIEUP TRADIND PVT LTD KAUSHIK KR. NATH, PAN: APJPN9762J, MANISHA NATH, PAN:
AHHPN8993M 780.00
ALLAHABAD BANK BEAUTIFUL DIAMONDS KISHORE K. MEHTA, RAJESH K MEHTA, KETAN N SAH, GJ PATEL,
RAJIV K MEHTA 600.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Ohmanand Heemghar Hari Kishan Singh,PAN:ALPPS7966R, Anil Kumar Singh,PAN:
AMAPS0876I 551.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Jayanand Heemghar Pvt Ltd Hari Kishan Singh, PAN: ALPPS7966R, Anil Kumar Singh, PAN:
AMAPS08761 527.00
ALLAHABAD BANK NAATURAL STONES P.S. SRINIVASULU REDDY, G. DHANESH KUMAR 115.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Shakuntalam Dyeing Mills
NITIN ARVINDBHAI HIVLEKAR, PAN:AAZPH0063R, BALWANTBHAI
GOPALBHAI MISTRY, PAN: ACZPM1349M, PANKAJBHAI
DHANUSUKHBHAI GANDHI, PAN: ABTPG2187L
99.00
ALLAHABAD BANK NARENDRA GOEL NARENDRA GOEL 65.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Green Concretex Bricks Pvt. Ltd. PARTHA DEY, MAHUA BANREJEE,PAN: AIQPB7889L 55.00
ALLAHABAD BANK MP ELECTRONICS VIJAY KUMAT WADWANI, HARISH BHOJAK 40.00
ALLAHABAD BANK NOKZANKETBA NOKZANKETBA 37.00
ALLAHABAD BANK VIGO OVERSEAS P. LTD. MOHAN MAHESHWARI, VITAL MAHESHWARI 30.00
ALLAHABAD BANK Hetvi Art Nilesh Kr. Khunt, PAN: ARFPK0406N 30.00
ALLAHABAD BANK EVEREST COAL SALES P. LTD. P.K.BANEJA, RS PATHANIA, LAL MOHAN GOSWAMI, ANSHUMAAN
SINGH 26.00
ANDHRA BANK MBS JEWELLERS P LIMITED SUKESH GUPTA, ANURAG GUPTA 25116.00
ANDHRA BANK DECCAN CHRONICLE HOLDINGS
LIMITED
TIKKAVARAPU VENKATA RAM REDDY, TIKKAVARAPU VINAYAK
RAVI REDDY, KARTHIL IYER PARASURAMAN, VURUPTOOR
LAKSHMANA CHARYA, SURESH SRINIVASAN, VENKATESWARLU
MALAPAKA
20376.00
ANDHRA BANK SOLAR SEMI CONDUCTOR PRIVATE
LIMITED
SATYANARAYANA PRASAD SAKHAMURI, HARI RAO SURAPANENI, R
VENKAT KODE 12117.00
ANDHRA BANK NCS SUGARS N NAGESWAR RAO, N MURALI, N SRINIVAS, QAZI ZAINULABEIN 11106.00

ANDHRA BANK BARTRONICS INDIA LIMITES
AVULA BALLIAHGARI SATYAVAS REDDY, SUDHIR SUNDAR RAO,
RAGHAVENDRA RAO YENIGALLA, PANCHAPAKESANRAJAMADAM
MALDAR, MOHAMMAD YESAW MALDAR, SUBRAHMANYAM
APPALA
9218.00
ANDHRA BANK ZYLOG SYSTEM (I) LTD SUDARSHAN VENKATRAMAN, RAMANUJAM SESHARATNAM 7932.00
ANDHRA BANK PARAMESWARA MANGALAM
STELLS PVT LTD P S KRISHNA MURTY, VADIVAMBAL 7534.00
ANDHRA BANK JAIN INFRAPROJECTS LIMITED MANNAJ KUMAR JAIN, SUSHIL KUMAR DANGI, SANTANU MITRA 7300.00
ANDHRA BANK ZOOM DEVELOPERS P LTD VIJAY CHOUDARY, B.L. KEJRAWAL 6544.00
ANDHRA BANK SOUBHAGYA ISPAT PVT LTD ANULI KUMAR KAZA, SRIKANTH KODALI, SRINIVASULU KAZA,
TADEPALLI PRAVEEN KUMAR 5864.00
ANDHRA BANK DEEN DAYAL MEDICAL &
EDUCATIONAL TRUST T D NAIDU, T D PRABHAVATHI 5844.00
ANDHRA BANK BILCARE LIMITED
VAISHALI CHINTAMANI THITE, VOLKER HEINZ HUELCK, RAJENDRA
BHAGIRATH TAPADIA, RAGHUNATH VITTHAL CHAUDHARI, PRAFUL
RAMCHANDRA NAIK, MOHAN HARAKCHAND BHANDARI,
SULABHA RAVINDRA SAWANT, JYOTI SWAPNIL BACHUTE, SUNIL
LAXMAN KHAMBE
5798.00
ANDHRA BANK PARAMOUNT AIRWAYS P LTD THAIGARAJAN MURUGASEN, LAKSHMI MURUGESAN 5277.00
ANDHRA BANK MAXX MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
LTD
AJAY R AGARWAL, DEVA ANAND BALODHI, KHEE CHEM LOW
(Nom dir), MANAJ KUMAR PANT, DINESWAR GOVIL, MAHESH
PIPIILIA, TAN YEE TJEN, KANWALJEET SINGH GOVIL
4423.00
ANDHRA BANK KALPTARU STEEL ROLLING MILLS
LIMITED SAT NARAIN MITTAL, DEEPAK GUPTA, SUDHIR KUMAR HASIJA 3947.00
ANDHRA BANK SSK TRADING PVT LTD SURENDRA KUMAR BANSAL, SHEFALI BANSAL 3800.00

ANDHRA BANK BEST AND CROMPTON
ENGINEERING PROJECTS LTD
S V VENKATESAN, K KALYAN SRINIVAS RAO, B NARAYANA SWAMY,
MEKA RAMAKRISHNA VARMA, BELLARY MURALI, MANDAVA
BALARAMAKRISHNAIAH
3398.00
ANDHRA BANK BLUE BIRD INDIA LIMITED
NITIN P SONTAKKE, SATISH D BHAGWAT, DEVID P KUNDER, ANIL C
AGASHE, SANTOSH S DHANKUDE, NANDI KISHORE B LOHOTI,
NIRANJAN JAYANT PADKE
3281.00
ANDHRA BANK TRIDENT POWER SYSTEMS LTD
J C PAWAN REDDY, J C SAMYUKTHA REDDY, P PRATAP REDDY
(TECHNICAL DIRECTOR), K BALARAMA REDDY (NOMINEE
DIRECTOR), K MURALI
3196.00
ANDHRA BANK VENUS AQUA FOODS LTD
PALLE RAMESH KUMAR, NIMMAGADDA VENUGOPAL,
NIMMAGADDA RAMA KRISHNA, V VENKATA NAGA VENKATA
VISWANATH, BADDA RAVI CHANDRAN, PENMETSA SRINIVASA
RAJU, PALPANORI KAVITA, BANDY CHANIKYA
2801.00
ANDHRA BANK SOUND CRAFT INDUSTRIES LTD RAJKUMAR C BASANTANI, BABU BASAN, VISHNU BASAN, RAMESH
VERMA 2738.00
ANDHRA BANK PACIFIC HOSPITALS K KRISHNA SWAROOP REDDY, G JAGAN MOHAN REDDY, B S S
BAJAJ 2636.00
ANDHRA BANK H M PIPES LTD VIVEK KATIYAR, CHETAN CHOUDARY, KAMLA SINGH, ANITA
KATIYAR 2470.00
ANDHRA BANK DATAJI FOOD PRODUCTS PVT LTD NASHIRUDDIN AHMED, AYESHA SULTANA 2455.00
ANDHRA BANK SR FOILS & TISSUES LTD RAKESH GUPTA, RISHI GUPTA, D S KOHIL 2364.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI SURYAGANGADHARA BOILED
& RAW RICE MILL
M, SRINIVAS, M. RAMA GOPAL, M. ARUN KUMARI, M. PARVATHI
DEVI, M. INDIRA DEVI 2298.00
ANDHRA BANK NANESH FOODS P LTS (ERSTWHILE
SAMATA FOODS P
PRADEEP KUMAR JAIN, DILIP KUMAR JAIN, SAMRATH MAL JAIN,
JAMBOO KUMAR JAIN, PRAFULLA KUMAR JAIN 2261.00

ANDHRA BANK SPL TECHNOCHEM LTD MUKESH M SHAH, SHREYANSH P SHETH, SANJAY DHANDHUKIYA,
SUBHASH SHUKLA, VATSAL PARIKH 2174.00
ANDHRA BANK PARAS COLLINS DISITILLERS P LTD P.TIKKA REDDY, CH RAVI, M. VIJAYA BHASKER REDDY 2107.00
ANDHRA BANK STAR HERITAGE HOTELS P LTD NAVEEN MALHOTRA, P MALHOTRA, JAI BHAGWAN CHOUDARY 2100.00
ANDHRA BANK SIDHA NEELKANTH PAPER
INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD. RAM NIWAS GUPTA, RENU GUPTA 1980.00
ANDHRA BANK GUJARAT OLEO CHEM LIMITED
SANTOSH PATHAK, SANDEEP CHATURVEDI, R.M.PATEL,
V.M.MEHRSHI, A.V.S. HAMEED, D.A.GADGIL, R.N.PARLIKAR,
D.C.GUPTA, JANAK SHAH, SUDHIR DUBE
1931.00
ANDHRA BANK DATAJI RICE MILL PVT LTD NASHIRUDDIN AHMED, AYESHA SULTANA 1900.00
ANDHRA BANK DOLPHIN SOFTTECH PVT LTD ZEBA URFI, ZAIBUNNISA 1861.00
ANDHRA BANK SUJAN INDUSTRIES B S PADMANABHACHAR, D BHARATHI PADMANABHACHAR 1723.00
ANDHRA BANK HORIZON SOLUTION ZEBA URFI, ZAIBUNNISA 1507.00
ANDHRA BANK MAKS INDUSTRIES LIMITED
M MADHUSUDAN REDDY, G RAMACHANDRA REDDY, K
VENKATESWARA RAO, V BHARATH REDDY, K KRISHNA REDDY, G
GYAN CHAJNDER REDDY
1507.00
ANDHRA BANK KOOSI GREEN FERTILERS PVT LTD KUSI LOKADRI, SYAMALA KUSI 1433.00
ANDHRA BANK IMPRESSIA IMAGING PVT LTD RANJEEV SHARMA, KIRTI SHARMA, MALLIKA MUKHERJEE 1429.00
ANDHRA BANK PCH LIFE STYLE BALVINDER SINGH 1400.00
ANDHRA BANK GUNA CABINETS S RAMESH, G USHARANI 1223.00
ANDHRA BANK SIDDHANT INDUSTRIES PVT LTD VINOD KUMAR AGARWAL, VINEET AGARWAL 1185.00
ANDHRA BANK BASAR GLOBAL PRIVATE LIMITED RASHIDA MAHAMMED FAROOQ BASAR, MAHAMMED UMER
BASAR 1107.00
ANDHRA BANK AJAY ALLOYS PVT LTD ABHEY RAM JAIN, PARVEEN JAIN 1098.00

ANDHRA BANK ATLANTIC SPINNING & WEAVING
MILLS LTD Smt. SITARA DEVI, V.K. JAIN 1031.00
ANDHRA BANK BASUDEO VANIJYA P LTD OM PRAKASH SUREKHA, SANJAY JHUNJHUNWALA 986.00
ANDHRA BANK SOUBHAGYA PROJECTS (PVT) LTD RATNA PRASAD HANUMANTHAVARAJULA, CHINNAM NAGA VENU
VENKATA SATYANARAYANA 908.00
ANDHRA BANK GENA PHARMACEUTICALS LTD VIJAY KUMAR KANORIA, RAJKUMAR KANORIA, GOVIND PRASAD
KANORIA 870.00
ANDHRA BANK ES R ES MILLS S R SHANMUGAM 867.00
ANDHRA BANK HANUMAN TRADERS T.SUBBA RAO, T. SURYACHANDER RAO, NARALASHETTY PULLA
RAO, KANCHUBOINE SANNIBABU 839.00
ANDHRA BANK MAHESWARA INDUSTRIES RAJAIAH CHANDA, CHANDA SULOCHANA 817.00
ANDHRA BANK PLG SOLAR POWER P LTD PRADEEP KUMAR GOEL, NAVNEET GOYAL, ARATI GOEL 814.00
ANDHRA BANK DHRUV MEDICAL CENTRE KISHAN CHAND AGARWAL, SIKSHA DEVI AGARWAL, SIKHA
AGARWAL, SHYLA AGARWAL 761.00
ANDHRA BANK PCH RETAIL LTD
BALVINDER SINGH, MUKKAMALA SATYANARAYANA MURTY(IND
DIR), BIJAY KUMAR MOHANTY ( IND DIR), Y HANUMANTH RAO,
BALJIT KAUR
756.00
ANDHRA BANK PCH CORPORATION BALWINDER SINGH, MUKKAMALA SATYANARAYANA MURTY ( IND
DIR), BIJAY KUMAR MOHANTY 756.00
ANDHRA BANK SABAR TEX A AMARNATH 703.00
ANDHRA BANK PRIMUS RETAIL P LTD PALERPU SUDHIR RAO, VENUGOPAL BALAJI BHAT, RAJU
MOHANDAS MAHATANEY-ADDI DID 673.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI LAXMI VENKATESWARA
PARABOILED RICE MILL P B.VEERESH, K.VEERA PRASAD 634.00

ANDHRA BANK SHREE SRINIVASA PADMAVATHI
AGRO INDUSTRIES MUTYALA RAJAIAH 632.00
ANDHRA BANK ADRENALINA AUTOMOBILES PVT
LTD RANJEEV SHARMA, MALLIKA MUKERJEE 616.00
ANDHRA BANK VISWARUPA ROLLING MILLS P LTD DHIRAJ THARD, SOMNATH GHOSH, SUAMA THARD 611.00
ANDHRA BANK SEVEN HILLS IRON & STEEL PVT
LTD
M. S. SRINIVASA, M.K.D.N.V. PRASAD RAO, Mrs. M. VEDAVATHI,
Mrs. M.V. JAYASREE 610.00
ANDHRA BANK D N INTERNATIONAL LTD MUKESH D SHAH, ASHWIN H SHAH, KETAN A SHAH,
RASHMIKANTH SHAH 576.00
ANDHRA BANK REEMA PAPERS PRIVATE LIMITED RITESH GUPTA, NAND KISHORE GARG, ANIL GARG, NEHA GUPTA 576.00
ANDHRA BANK TVR CONSTRUCTIONS K S N SATISH, G. VENKATA RAMANA, RAKSHANA NARAYANAN 556.00
ANDHRA BANK NOVA METALS GURMIT SINGH VIJ 542.00
ANDHRA BANK TVASTA (ID) INDIA P LTD TUMMALAPALLI VIVEK, TUMMALAPALLI HARIPRIYA 536.00
ANDHRA BANK HERITAGE POLYMERS PVT LTD B. KOTI REDDY, TAMANAMPUSI VENKATA RAMA KRISHNA REDDY,
MOTHUKURI SIDDA REDDY 533.00
ANDHRA BANK PURUSHOTHAM GUPTA MODERN
RICE MILL KANCHERLA PURUSHOTHAM GUPTA 528.00
ANDHRA BANK MEDIDRIPS CARRIERS P LTD SANDEEP DAYMA, BALAI SAHA 512.00
ANDHRA BANK THE EMPORIO GRANDE RUHEE NANDA 499.00
ANDHRA BANK KUNDIL ROLLING MILLS PRIVATE
LIMITED
VIJAY KASHYAP, SURAJIT CHANDRA BARUAH, CHIRANJIB
MANMOHAN BARUAH, INDIRA BARUAH 491.00
ANDHRA BANK RAIMA MOTORS P LTD M KASHYAP REDDY, M.MALATHI REDDY, M. DAMODAR REDDY 485.00
ANDHRA BANK N K FRESH FOOD PRODUCTS P LTD ARUP NAG, AJOY SANKAR ROY 477.00

ANDHRA BANK COASTAL CONDUCTORS &
INDUSTRIES PVT LTD V MAHESH KUMAR, V MALAYADRI NAIDU 469.00
ANDHRA BANK SHREE RAJA RAJESWARA AGRO
INDUSTRIES K DEVASWAMY 438.00
ANDHRA BANK J & G (JUTE)MFG. P LTD SAMIR SHREE, SOMA SHREE 435.00
ANDHRA BANK BHAGYALAKSHMI EXTRACTIONS GADDAM BHAGYALAKSHMI, GADDAM SAI KUMAR 430.00
ANDHRA BANK BHARAT INTEGRATED SOCIAL
WELFARE AGENCY KHIROD CHANDRA MALICK, PITABASA SETHI 418.00
ANDHRA BANK RESTORE MACHINES INDIA PVT.
LTD
RAJESH KUMAR SONTHALIA, RADHA SONTHALIA,
SHANKARPRADAS DEY 414.00
ANDHRA BANK SHREE DHANALAKSHMI AGRO
INDUSTRIES
D. RAJYA LAKSHMI, CHANDA RAJAIAH, BHUPATHI RAMESH,
KATKURI SRINIVAS, CHANDA RAMESH, DESU PRADEEP KUMAR 410.00
ANDHRA BANK STAR ASIA PACIFIC TRADING CO
LTD NAVEEN MALHOTRA, P MALHOTRA 409.00
ANDHRA BANK VISHWA PROCESSING MILL R V KANNAN, A K SURESH, K S DEEPA, V NARAYANA RAGHU 361.00
ANDHRA BANK SAHARA DIARY FARM TANVEER PASHA 353.00
ANDHRA BANK MODEL STEELS (P) LIMITED
A KRISHNA MURTHY, P DASARATHA RAMAIAH, D KANAKA DURGA
VARA PRASAD, HANIGI KHALANDAR, DASARI PURUSHOTHAM, P
DHANA PRAKASH (RES), P KRISHNA MOHAN (RES), DASARI
PURUSHOTHAM (RES), TATINENI BHASKARA RAO (RES)
352.00
ANDHRA BANK GLOBAL POLYMERS HEM CHAND JAISWAL 346.00
ANDHRA BANK ADITYA COTTON CORPORATION MEDEPALLI RAMAMOHAN RAO, MEDEPALLI YAMINI KRISHNA
KUMARI, MEDEPALLI BHARGAVI 340.00
ANDHRA BANK KAMDHENU METAL INDUSTRIES SURESH KUMAR GUPTA, RENUGUPTA, PRADEEP GUPTA 338.00

ANDHRA BANK KHIMJI DAYABHAI JEWELLERS (P)
LTD CHIMANLAL PRAGJI, HITESH C NANDA, KAMLESH C NANDA 311.00
ANDHRA BANK VISWAA COTTONS R V KANNAN, A K SURESH 292.00
ANDHRA BANK KUNDIL ALLOYS PRIVATE LIMITED DILIP CHANDRA BARUAH, VIJAY KASHYAP, SURAJIT CHANDRA
BARUAH, CHIRANJIB MANMOHAN BARUAH 255.00
ANDHRA BANK ALLURI VIJAYALAKSHMI ALLURI VIJAYALAKSHMI 241.00
ANDHRA BANK ALLURI SRINIVASA RAJU ALLURI SRINIVASA RAJU 239.00
ANDHRA BANK RAJ KUMAR RANGACHARI RAJ KUMAR RANGACHARI 236.00
ANDHRA BANK REALVALUE SYSTEMS INDIA PVT
LTD RAJ KUMAR RANGACHARI, GOPALAN R 236.00
ANDHRA BANK CAL-FORMS ATIN DEY 235.00
ANDHRA BANK INDU COMMERCIAL
CORPORATION INDU JAIN (Mrs), PARAG JAIN, MANOJ JAIN 230.00
ANDHRA BANK M.KRISHNA REDDY AGRO FARMS M.KRISHNA REDDY 220.00
ANDHRA BANK MARAGATHAM PRESSINGS K NATARAJAN, V SHANTHI 217.00
ANDHRA BANK SESHASAI RICE INDUSTRIES MUNDRATHI KANAKA LAKSHMI, MUNDRATHI SWARNALATHA 213.00
ANDHRA BANK BALAJI CONSTRUCTIONS ABISEK SANGANERIA 211.00
ANDHRA BANK NIVEDITA BARMAN ROY &
ASSOCIATES NIVEDITA BARMAN ROY (Mrs) 210.00
ANDHRA BANK COASTAL OVERSEAS TRADE
CORPORATION MEENA JAIN 205.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI RAM LAXMAN COTTON
INDUSTRIES
RAKAM RAMESH, GAJE RAMANNA, PONAGANTI VENKANNA,
GADE RAMULU, MANIKYA SADANANDAM, KAMISETTI RAMBABU,
YEBUSHI SRINIVAS, P. ANJAIAH
197.00
ANDHRA BANK RAJYA LAKSHMI RICE INDUSTRIES KAKUMANU BAPANAIAH, NALLA NAGESWAR RAO, PANDIRI
MALLESWARI, VEMPATI RUPA 195.00
ANDHRA BANK PIJIKAY EXPORTS GUL RUPCHAND KRIPALANI 187.00
ANDHRA BANK UNIWORTH PAPER & ALLIED
PRODUCTS PRAMOD MAHAJAN 185.00

ANDHRA BANK SOUBHADAS GUPTA SAUMABHADAS GUPTA 176.00
ANDHRA BANK WESTERN GARMENTS SK JAHANGIR MONDAL 175.00
ANDHRA BANK JUPITER CHEMICALS ANJAN SANTRA, NABA KUMAR SAFUI, BADAL BISWAS,
PANCHUGOPAL BAR 174.00
ANDHRA BANK SHYAMA RAMA STRUCTURAL &
POWER P LTD RAJNARAYAN MISHRA, ARCHANA MISHRA, KAVITHA MISHRA 172.00
ANDHRA BANK RANJEEV SHARMA RANJEEV SHARMA, KIRTI SHARMA 161.00
ANDHRA BANK RAJENDRA MARUTHIRAO PATIL RAJENDRA MARUTHIRAO PATIL 161.00
ANDHRA BANK SINGARAM DIARIES & POULTRIES B.SASHIDHAR REDDY, B.R.SIVACHANDRA, B.R.SARATCHANDRA 161.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI BALAJI PIPE INDUSTRIES B SUNITHA 158.00
ANDHRA BANK PREMIER OILS KANKANALA SURESH BABU 150.00
ANDHRA BANK J.K. AGRO INDUSTRIES K. SHANKAR, K.CHANDI 147.00
ANDHRA BANK BALAJI PIPE INDUSTRIES BASAWAPURAM BAJRAJ GOUD 146.00
ANDHRA BANK GOURMET DAIRY PRODUCTS Mrs. BHAVANESWARI 139.00
ANDHRA BANK DECORS ATMAKURI RAM BABU 138.00
ANDHRA BANK HANDLOOM UTSAV ATMAKURI KOTESWARI 138.00
ANDHRA BANK AYESHA SULTANA AYESHA SULTANA 133.00
ANDHRA BANK SREE CHANDRIKA FOODS GUNNAM ADINARAYANA, GUNNAM GEETA VANI 128.00
ANDHRA BANK PRINCE CORRUGATED PACKAGING JOGI RAVI KUMAR, MARIE ISAAC 125.00
ANDHRA BANK PERICHERLA ANJENAYA RAJU PERICHERLA ANJANEYA RAJU 116.00
ANDHRA BANK HARSHA RATNA INDUSTRIES V JAGANNADHAM, V VENKATA RATNAM, D SATYANARAYANA 115.00
ANDHRA BANK RIYA TRADING BIMAL KUNDU 114.00
ANDHRA BANK ANTONY WILSON ANTHONY WILSON 111.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI BIO SHAKTI AGRO PRODUCTS N SUDHAKAR RAO, S. OMKAR 110.00
ANDHRA BANK ALEKYA FARMS S ALEKYA, K PRABHAKAR, K INDIRA 110.00
ANDHRA BANK KARRI APPA REDDY KARRI APPA REDDY 108.00
ANDHRA BANK KARRI SAROJINI DEVI KARRI SAROJINI DEVI 108.00
ANDHRA BANK NULUGU NAGESWARA RAO NULUGU NAGESWARA RAO 108.00

ANDHRA BANK MEDAPATI GAYATRI DEVI MEDAPATI GAYATRI DEVI 108.00
ANDHRA BANK SIRIYALA SIMHACHALAM SIRIYALA SIMHACHALAM 108.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI VENKATA SAI COTTON
INDUSTRIES
BAERI VASANTHA, JAKKENA GOPAL, JAKKENA THIRUPATHI,
MANDA ANASURYA, JAKKENA SEKAR, BAIRI DASHARATHAM,
MANDA SATYANARAYANA, JAKKENA SATYANARAYANA, BAERI
SUJATHA, JAKKENA SURESH
108.00
ANDHRA BANK NORTH EAST ENTERPRISES VIZOKHOL ANGAMI, ABHISHEK JASRASARIA 107.00
ANDHRA BANK KARUMURRI SURYAKANTHAM KARUMURRI SURYAKANTHAM 107.00
ANDHRA BANK GRAV N PRINT SHASHIKANTH PRAHALADSHANKAR TULASKAR 105.00
ANDHRA BANK KARUMURRI LAKSHMI KIRAN KARUMURRI LAKSHMI KIRAN 105.00
ANDHRA BANK PAGE MOTORS GEORGE PHILIP (MANAGING PARTNER), JINU PHILIP MATHEW
(PARTNER) 104.00
ANDHRA BANK PROMPT FABRICS KARUNA DUNICHAND MEHRA 104.00
ANDHRA BANK S S ENTERPRISE PRASHANTA KUMAR ROY BARMAN 104.00
ANDHRA BANK PINAKINI PROJECTS &
INFRASTRUCTURES LTD
E.SATISH KUMAR REDDY, E. NIRMALA RDDY, K. RAGHUNADHA
REDDY 102.00
ANDHRA BANK ANGADALA MALEESWARAMMA ANGADALA MALEESWARAMMA 102.00
ANDHRA BANK SARIPALLI YASODA KIRAN SARIPALLI YASODA KIRAN 102.00
ANDHRA BANK EAST INDIA TRADING
CORPORATION MANJU PAREEK 100.00
ANDHRA BANK BENARASI QUEEN GOPAL CHANDRA SAHA 99.00
ANDHRA BANK OSCAR FEEDS C.BALASUBRAMANYAM 97.00
ANDHRA BANK POWER PROTECT PARITOSH CH SEN 96.00
ANDHRA BANK GANGA AGRO FOOD & FEED RAJ KUMAR CHAUHAN 95.00
ANDHRA BANK ROYAL GRANITE INDUSTRIES S.SAMRAJ 94.00
ANDHRA BANK SAHAJANAND TRADERS PAVAN K THAKKAR 93.00
ANDHRA BANK NETWORK DISTRIBUTION PVT LTD INDU JAIN (Mrs), PARAG JAIN, MANOJ JAIN 91.00
ANDHRA BANK TANMAN CREATIONS RAJU DAS 91.00
ANDHRA BANK AASIRWAT APPARALS S. EASWARI 90.00

ANDHRA BANK G K BIOSCIENCES (INDIA)PVT LTD G KRISHNAM RAJU, G VIJAYALAKSHMI 89.00
ANDHRA BANK MANDAVA JHANSI LAKSHMI MANDAVA JHANSI LAHSHMI 87.00
ANDHRA BANK RAJ AGENCIES ASIS NAYAK, RAJ KISHORE MISHRA 86.00
ANDHRA BANK SUNWAY SOLAR TECHNOLOGY P
LTD ASIT KUMAR DAS, SAIBAL HAZRA, SUBRTA MONDAL 86.00
ANDHRA BANK NIMMAGADDA RAMAKRISHNA NIMMAGADDA RAMAKRISHNA 84.00
ANDHRA BANK VELIVELA TANUJA VELIVELA TANUJA 84.00
ANDHRA BANK BLUE PACK RASHMI MAHAJAN 84.00
ANDHRA BANK KALINAGAR SERVICE CENTRE BUDDADEB SAMANTHA, MANOJIT MUKHOPADHYAY 84.00
ANDHRA BANK RUDRARAJU MOHAN RAJU RUDRARAJU MOHAN RAJU 83.00
ANDHRA BANK SAGIRAJU VAMSI KRISHNA SAGIRAJU VAMSI KRISHNA 83.00
ANDHRA BANK PENAMATYA BHASKER RAJU PENAMATYA BHASKER RAJU 82.00
ANDHRA BANK PULUSU ACHUTA VAMSI KRISHNA PULUSU ACHUTA VAMSI KRISHNA 81.00
ANDHRA BANK MALLARAJU JANAKIRAMA RAJU MALLARAJU JANAKIRAMA RAJU 81.00
ANDHRA BANK SHAIK ISMAIL SHAIK ISMAIL 79.00
ANDHRA BANK MOHD SHARIFFUDIN MOHD SHARIFFUDIN 79.00
ANDHRA BANK D.T. EXPORTS I. DHANAPAL 79.00
ANDHRA BANK KOLLAREDDY PRAMEELA KOLLAREDDY PRAMEELA 78.00
ANDHRA BANK KOLLA REDDY ANJI REDDY KOLLA REDDY ANJI REDDY 77.00
ANDHRA BANK SHAIK MASTANVALI SHAIK MASTANVALI 77.00
ANDHRA BANK CHANDAN CAR CARE CHANDRA KANTA PATANAIK, PARASURAM JENA 77.00
ANDHRA BANK APPOLLO CHEMTEK LTD PRAGNESH B SHAH, PIYUSH B SHAH, BALKRISHNA R SHAH, PINKY P
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ANDHRA BANK BMAW CREATORS JANARDHAN SAHOO 76.00
ANDHRA BANK BANDY CHANAKYA BANDY CHANAKYA 76.00
ANDHRA BANK VADDE RAMBRAHMAM VADDE RAMBRAHMAM 76.00
ANDHRA BANK RAMAVADHOOTA SPECIALLITY
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ANDHRA BANK MARUTI PHARMACEUTICALS MILAN KUMAR SINGH 74.00

ANDHRA BANK NUTTAKI RAMACHANDER NUTTAKI RAMACHANDER 74.00
ANDHRA BANK OOKATI RAMGOPAL OOKATI RAMGOPAL 74.00
ANDHRA BANK YEMINENI SRIMANARAYANA YEMINENI SRIMANARAYANA 73.00
ANDHRA BANK DEGALA SATYANARAYANA DEGALA SATYANARAYANA 73.00
ANDHRA BANK DEGALA PUNYAVATHI DEGALA PUNYAVATHI 73.00
ANDHRA BANK PAIDPAM MARIADAS PAIDPAM MARIADAS 70.00
ANDHRA BANK EKULA VEKANNA BABU EKULA VENKANNA BABU 70.00
ANDHRA BANK PALADUGU MADHAVI PALADUGU MADHAVI 70.00
ANDHRA BANK VELAGADURTY MURALI GOPALA
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ANDHRA BANK PENUMETSA SRIRAMA RAJU PENUMETSA SRIRAMA RAJU 70.00
ANDHRA BANK BORRA SATYANARAYANA BORRA SATYANARAYANA 69.00
ANDHRA BANK VEGESNA GOPALA KRISHNA RAJU VEGESNA GOPALA KRISHNA RAJU 69.00
ANDHRA BANK GARIMALLA SRINIVASA RAO GARIMELLA SRINIVASA RAO 69.00
ANDHRA BANK SUNNY GRAPHICS T. VIJAY BABU 69.00
ANDHRA BANK MUNNURU LINGAM MUNNURU LINGAM 68.00
ANDHRA BANK GALAXY TRADERS KASTURI ROY 67.00
ANDHRA BANK MAA SITALA GARMENTS
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ANDHRA BANK GIRIBALAN EXPORTS PR THANGAVEL, T MYTHILI 66.00
ANDHRA BANK SHREE P R S G TEX P SHANMUGAM, P PONMALAISAMY 66.00
ANDHRA BANK POTLURI ANUPAMA POTLURI ANUPAMA 65.00
ANDHRA BANK POTLURI MANASA KRISHNA POTLURI MANASA KRISHNA 65.00
ANDHRA BANK CIGS MARKETING P LTD SANJEEV SARAF, SUDHA SARAF, NAZIM MANEKIA, ALMAS
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ANDHRA BANK KONISHETTY PRABHAVATHAMMA KONISHETTY PRABHAVATHAMMA 64.00
ANDHRA BANK GOTTUMUKKALA NAGARAJU GOTTUMUKKALA NAGARAJU 64.00
ANDHRA BANK SREE SARMA DAIRY PRODUCTS SURESH KUMAR 64.00
ANDHRA BANK PENMATSA INDRANEELA PENMATSA INDRANEELA 63.00
ANDHRA BANK POTLURI SATYAVANI POTLURI SATYAVANI 63.00
ANDHRA BANK UPPALAPATI RANGA RAO UPPALAPATI RANGA RAO 63.00
ANDHRA BANK SHIVA KISHORE CONSTRUCTIONS M. SAMBASIVA RAO, M.JUGAL KISHORE 62.00

ANDHRA BANK DIVI RAMANAMMA DIVI RAMANAMMA 61.00
ANDHRA BANK YARLAGADDA SATYABHUSHAN YARLAGADDA SATYABHUSHAN 60.00
ANDHRA BANK GUDAPATI SATISH GODAPATI SATISH 60.00
ANDHRA BANK TIRUMANI VENKATESWARLU TIRUMANI VENKATESWARLU 60.00
ANDHRA BANK SAI COTTON TRADERS ADUSUMILLI MALLESWARA RAO 60.00
ANDHRA BANK PAGE BI-WHEELERS GEORGE PHILIP (MANAGING PARTNER), JOJEE PHILIP GEORGE
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ANDHRA BANK NAVEEN KUMAR G KUNJARU NAVEEN KUMAR G KUNJARU 58.00
ANDHRA BANK YIMA ELECTRONICS & APPLIANCES
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ANDHRA BANK ARUMUGAM CHELLAMUTHU C ARUMUGAM 57.00
ANDHRA BANK SWOPNENDU MOHANTY SWOPNENDU MOHANTY 56.00
ANDHRA BANK MA CHAND OILS PRAKASH DAS 55.00
ANDHRA BANK SHREE OHM TRADING CO RAHUL KUMAR AGARWAL, MANJU DEVI AGARWAL, PAWAN
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ANDHRA BANK SRI VASUNDHARA CORPORATION TADAVARTHI VENKATASWAMY 55.00
ANDHRA BANK DEVAGIRI ATCHUTAMANI
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ANDHRA BANK TOTEM PHARMA PVT LTD YERRA SRINIVASA RAO, YERRA MADHAVI 54.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI PRATAPARUDRA
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ANDHRA BANK DIPSIKHA DAS DIPSIKHA DAS 53.00
ANDHRA BANK SHREEYAS TRADERS DIPAK PRASAD GUPTA, JAMUNA RANI BALA 53.00
ANDHRA BANK PENMETHSA SRINIVASA RAJU PEMETHSA SRINIVASA RAJU 52.00
ANDHRA BANK ROSHNI MOTORS & TRAVELS KRISHNENDU ROY 52.00
ANDHRA BANK MOOBARAK VAID PATEL MOOBARAK VAID PATEL 52.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI ANU SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY MANEPALLI ANANTHA LAKSHMI 51.00
ANDHRA BANK KOHIMA TRADERS SARIKA JAJODIA, ABIO VITSU ANGAMI 50.00
ANDHRA BANK P ANIL KUMAR P ANIL KUMAR, P SUDHEER KUMAR 49.00
ANDHRA BANK GANDURI RAMESH BABU GANDURI RAMESH BABU 48.00
ANDHRA BANK IMAGES INDIA SUSHIL PAREEK, UTTAM PAREEK 48.00

ANDHRA BANK SRI DATTA AUTOMOBILES P. VENKATA RAMANA, V. MEENA KUMARI, M. ARUNA KUMARI, M.
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ANDHRA BANK DHANALAKSHMI MODERN RICE
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ANDHRA BANK DECCAN CATTLE FIELD TANVEER PASHA 46.00
ANDHRA BANK M.DAMODAR REDDY M. DAMODAR REDDY 45.00
ANDHRA BANK DA CREATIONS DEEPA AMIT THAKUR 44.00
ANDHRA BANK VJM ENTERPRISES V. SATYANARAYANA 44.00
ANDHRA BANK RENUSRI POWER TECHNOLOGIES
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ANDHRA BANK PAKALAPPATI ANANTHA KUMARI PAKALPATI ANANTHA KUMARI 43.00
ANDHRA BANK CINDRELLA SHOW ROOM VULLI LAKSHMINARAYANA 43.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI KALA SHOW ROOM UPPALAPATI VARALAKSHMI 43.00
ANDHRA BANK NIMMAGADDA VENUGOPAL NIMMAGADDA VENUGOPAL 42.00
ANDHRA BANK GUMMADI SRINIVASA RAO GUMMADI SRINIVASA RAO 42.00
ANDHRA BANK SRI CHANDANA DAIRY GAMBHIRRAO RANGARAO 42.00
ANDHRA BANK JYOTHI IMPEX RAJINDER GOEL 41.00
ANDHRA BANK CHASKA FOODS GOBIND CHANDRA BANLDAR 40.00
ANDHRA BANK LAKSHMI SRINIVASA TRADERS VENNAPU SRINIVASA RAO 38.00
ANDHRA BANK GANPATHI INDUSTRIAL
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ANDHRA BANK NIKHIL TRADING COMPANY ASHOK SINGHAL 38.00
ANDHRA BANK JASTI SIVA RAMAKRISHNA PRASAD JASTI SIVA RAMAKRISHNA 37.00
ANDHRA BANK BHAVANI CONSTRUCTIONS G V RAMI REDDY 37.00
ANDHRA BANK MAA BUILD MART CHANDRAKANTA SAHOO 36.00
ANDHRA BANK J.ROOPA J.ROOPA 36.00
ANDHRA BANK PURBANCHAL PLY WOODS SUBHASH AGARWAL 36.00
ANDHRA BANK KANANI KALUBHAI GHUSABHAI KANANI KALUBHAI GHJUSABHAI 35.00
ANDHRA BANK SADGURU ENTERPRISES AVINASH PANDA 35.00
ANDHRA BANK SURAPANENI CHAITANYA SURAPANENI CHAITANYA 35.00
ANDHRA BANK SURAPANENI MANOJ SURAPANENI MANOJ 35.00

ANDHRA BANK SURAPANENI VENKATESWARA
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ANDHRA BANK SUN DIGITALS B SYAMALA DEVI 35.00
ANDHRA BANK SUPRABHAT CHEMICALS SANGEET KUMAR MAAN 35.00
ANDHRA BANK MEERA TRADERS DALJIT KAPOOR 35.00
ANDHRA BANK BARUN KUMAR MONDAL BARUN KUMAR MONDAL 33.00
ANDHRA BANK E-LOAD SERVICES P LTD JONNALA VINAY SAGAR, KOLAPALLY RAJASEKGAR 33.00
ANDHRA BANK P UPENDRACAHARY &UMA
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ANDHRA BANK SAI AMBICA TOURS & TRAVELS V PEDDABABU, V CHINNABABU, V JEEVITH REDDY, N SRINIVAS 33.00
ANDHRA BANK P. SUDHAKAR P. SUDHAKAR 33.00
ANDHRA BANK SURABHI CHEMICALS INDER KAPOOR 32.00
ANDHRA BANK NANDINI CREATION PARESHBHAI HARIBHAI VAGHASIYA 31.00
ANDHRA BANK J V SUBBA RAO
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ANDHRA BANK RISHI SAI RAMANA
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ANDHRA BANK SAI PRIYA DISTRIBUTORS K VENKATA SAI KUMAR 31.00
ANDHRA BANK K V S S SATYAM K V S S SATYAM 30.00
ANDHRA BANK MANDHATHA SINGH RATHORE MANDHATHA SINGH RATHORE 30.00
ANDHRA BANK MUDUNURI VENKATA RAJU MUDUNURI VENKATA RAJU 27.00
ANDHRA BANK SAI MANIKANTA PAPER BOARDS CHENNURU KALYAN, TANKALA RAMBABU, SUSUSETTY
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ANDHRA BANK DIVI SRINIVASA RAO DIVI SRINIVASA RAO 25.00
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AXIS BANK LTD PARASRAMPURIA SYNTHETICS
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AXIS BANK LTD VINAY CONTAINERS SERVICES PVT.
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AXIS BANK LTD SVS Tex O Fab Private Ltd.
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AXIS BANK LTD UNIWORTH LTD. AJAY PRAKASH LOHIA 1086.00
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AXIS BANK LTD FIDELITY INDUSTRIES LTD. ASHOK MUTHANA, LEELA RATNAM SMT., K. V. RAJASEKAR, V. G. K.
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AXIS BANK LTD Nityanand Synthetics Jagdish K Bodra, Rajesh A Vekariya, Vijayaben A Jagani 548.00
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AXIS BANK LTD SREE EXPORTS P. LTD. MANAS KR. MAITRA, MAYUKH MAITRA, JHUMA MAITRA SMT.,
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AXIS BANK LTD KRUSHI P. PREMCHAND, T.SRINIVAS, K. BALAKUMAR, T. SARITHA, A.
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AXIS BANK LTD HARISH CHANDRA (INDIA) LTD.
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AXIS BANK LTD STIEFEL UND SCHUH SAMDEV DASGUPTA 414.00
AXIS BANK LTD PERTECH COMPUTERS DADAN BHAI, S.M.GUPTA, A. S. MITTAL 410.00
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AXIS BANK LTD MEGA PACKAGES KARANJIT SINGH BAJWA, SATWINDER KAUR BAJWA
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AXIS BANK LTD HITECHI JEWELLERY INDUSTRIES
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AXIS BANK LTD ASOMI
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AXIS BANK LTD JAY TEXTILES Jay Harishkumar Jariwala 216.00
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100.00
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BANK OF BARODA INVERST IMPEX P. LTD HITEN V. SHAH 62.00
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BANK OF BARODA PRADEEP KUMAR & RACHNA
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BANK OF BARODA BABUBHAI & SONS JAGDISH A KAKKAD (DECEASED) 53.00
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BANK OF BARODA GANESH BHIMJI PATEL & JAY
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BANK OF BARODA MILAN SERVO PVT LTD RAJINDER SINGH, RAMNIK KOUR 46.00
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BANK OF BARODA R. K. GOLDSMITH PVT LTD
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BANK OF BARODA SANDEEP SHARMA DR. &
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BANK OF BARODA VENUS LOHA UDYOG PVT LTD NARESHKUMAR GUPTA, BHOOP SINGH, BALCHARAM SHUKLA 40.00
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BANK OF BARODA KAVITHA CREATIONS KAVITHA ATUL PANDYA MRS, R.K.PARESH, ATUL PANDYA 36.00
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BANK OF BARODA KATYANI FOODS & BEVERAGES
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BANK OF BARODA SASMI ORGANICS PVT LTD KRISHNA IDALJI, SHYAMLA IDALJI, CHAKRAPANI YAMI, SHALINI
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Sterlite and ‘Make-in-India’: Church-NGO-Left Kill the Star !


1 of 2: Sterlite closure – an act of ‘Breaking India’.

2 of 2: Farmers feel the heat of Sterlite closure.

(1 of 2): By: Sudarsh V. – edited and enlarged by: Shreepal Singh

If we let ‘Commie Church NGO’ gangs screw our industries how India will progress, is the issue before this country. India will have to resolve this issue with iron hand – and permanently – if this country wants to progress and compete with the fast moving world.

Without resolving this issue – this threat – there is not much substance in the ambitious ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Modi government.

Images conjure before our eyes of Erin Brockovich, Sterlite copper, Anil Agarwal, Medha Patkar, Aamir Khan and Environmental make-believe cruseders. One wonders how these ‘Make-believe’ environmental cruseders cry foul of up coming industries and dams in India but suddenly fall deafingly silent when India takes to the path of ‘Solar Energy’ and shows the way to the world in producing an alternative source of energy!

Julia Roberts had played an environmental activist named Erin in the Movie ‘Erin Brockovich’ and won Oscar for it. It was my favourite ‘Heroine Oriented’ Hollywood movie of all time, till Gal Gadot beat Julia with her comic fantasy Wonder Woman Man. I used to get so inspired by Erin’s character that I seriously thought I would take up environmental activism as a profession!

But today I have realised that a fictional character like wonder woman is always far better than a real character Erin, which later proves to be more fictional than a fictional character. Atleast fictional character entertains us and doesn’t harm us like the real one. This I have learnt at a great price to my country!

Erin became world famous when she took on Pacific Gas and Light Co. and proved that it was releasing toxic chromium into water which increased cancer in the neighbourhood.

It won the hearts and minds of the Jury who awarded compensation of 333 million dollars (2000 crore rupees). Erin became an instant celebrity and booked movies and TV interviews, earning a fortune.

But later it was proved that the cancer rate in that areas was lesser than normal in any other area; and that the chromium in water increased cancer rates was a fake story.

And – it was also proved – in the settlement money the lawyer company that fought for Erin got 133 million Dollars and Erin herself got 2.5 million dollars as bonus! Everyone got rich except the company in question, which had gone bankrupt !

The chromium released had happened in 1950s when technlogy was poor and when no one knew the chromium can cause cancer. So you punished me today for a crime which was not even a crime when I did it. It is like fining me in 2018 for not wearing a seat belt in 1960 when the seat belt itself was not invented.

Similar thing has happened in India with Narmada dam. Medha Patkar left Germany and came to India and seemingly sacrificed her life to fight against a Dam which obviously looked an environmental disaster and displaced lakhs of tribals refugees from their homes. Everyone supported her cause for decades.

Aamir Khan sat on dharna with Narmada protesters and when Gujarat boycotted his movie, Modi and Gujaratis were declared heartless villians of this piece.

But today it is proved that Narmada is a great boon to millions of farmers in 3 states and has changed their economy. And due to decades of protests we spent 10 times more money on building this dam than was needed in the normal course. And in addition to that, the loss of farmers who didn’t get water for decades cant even be calculated.

Take another case. Tamilnadu is a great state. Dr Abdul Kalam is perhaps the greatest Tamilian in the history of independent India. But the ordinary people here charmed by the propaganda of motivated NGOs didn’t listen to him when he said Kudankulam nuclear plant is safe.

They listened to these foreign funded NGOs, Churches, ISI sponsored double agents and Tamil chauvinists, and protested against nuclear plant!

I do not know if there is a bigger humanist or a patriot than Dr Kalam and why he would support any thing which kills people or cause pollution.

Nuclear energy is zillion times safer and non polluting than burning fossil fuels, which we import by paying money to Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries – tonnes of money! So the net result is that the people who don’t want nuclear energy are happy with pollution of softcoke, diesel and petrol!

And see the irony, these so called environmentalists never support Modi’s solar energy initiative which is appreciated world over. So much for their love of Green Earth.

Sterlite copper is now the new villain of this environmental drama. It is closed due to protests where 13 people – egged on by such foreign funded and Church supported NGOs – have lost their lives.

Everyone is saying Sterlite copper is causing cancer and polluting the environment. But there is no data to prove it. It is just like Goebbels propaganda. If 1000 people repeat the same lie it becomes a truth. All the data quoted by Church and foreign funded NGOs are from  the years 2008-11.

The latest data says the pollutants released by Sterlite is 1/3 of what is prescribed by Pollution Control board. The Sulphur dioxide released into air is causing respiratory disease says Church; but the fact is SO2 is captured by Sterlite and converted into Suphric acid, which is a valuable commodity. So why will they release it into air and waste a valuable thing ?

In last 3-4 years, Sterlite has tremendously improved pollution control technology. Vendanta had brought an old plant built with old technlogy and converted it into a world class copper plant, which produces 35 percent of Indian copper and even exports it to China. Since copper demand is increasing and we still import copper it had gone for expansion.

Sterlite is rated 5 star by CII in Enviromental Health and Safety norms. It is given Sword of honor by British safety council. Every years it wins tonnes of awards for water conservation, energy conservation, Quality safety environment, CSR and HR policy.

Why would such a world class company pollute environment ?

Anil Agarwal the owner of Vedanta is India’s biggest Philanthropist. He has given 75 percent of his wealth to Charity. It is 21000 Crores. So the logic is that a guy who gives so much money to charity will kill people as he doesn’t want to spend a few hundred Crores of rupees on pollution control ?

What will he gain by this ? His whole company is closed. Is he a fool to do so? It is 1000s of crore of loss. It is in addition to1000s of job losses to this country.

Such a bad name is it in the market now. It is a disaster for Vedanta – one of India’s biggest MNCs. It was a pride for India. Today it is a black Mark for India.

Will anyone take such risk ? No one!

I don’t think China is behind it as Chinese themselves import copper from Chile. So they cant supply cheap copper to India if Vedanta closes. It looks more like a ‘Commie Church Dravidian NGOs’ combine taking on a ‘Hindu Hindi Company’.

In all this the biggest loser is the Indian manufacturing sector. You cant create millions of job without having a big manufacturing base. China is rich as it is the manufacturing capital of world. Europe USA East Asia all became developed due to big manufacturing facilities.

How will India prosper by bypassing manufacturing ?

It is biggest defeat to Modi’s Make in India initiative. Who will invest in a country where a Church and a NGO can organise protests and close down a 5000 Cr industry permanently by just spending a few lakhs of rupees on protests.

Any rival company, any rival nation – Pakistan, China, anyone – can use this technique to screw us.

If there is pollution prove it with data. Then fine the company and let it improve its pollution control standard or shut down if it can’t.

You cant close an industry which provides jobs to 1000s of people as some church pastor didn’t like it.

(2 of 2): Farmers feel the HEAT of closure of Sterlite.

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