Sunday, August 25, 2013

1.                Shri Vijay Goel                           -  President
2.                Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra
3.                Shri O.P. Kohli
4.                Shri Mangeram Garg
5.                Dr. Harsh Vardhan
6.                Shri Vijender Gupta
7.                Prof. Jagdish Mukhi
8.                Shri Lal Bihari Tiwari
9.                Shri Nand Kishore Garg
10.              Shri Yogender Chandolia
11.              Shri Pravesh Verma
12.              Sardar R.P. Singh
13.              Shri Ramesh Bidhuri
14.              Smt. Shikha Rai
15.              Shri Jai Prakash
16.              Shri Vijay Sharma
17.              Smt. Sudha Sharma


1.                Ms. Aarti Mehra
2.                Ms. Vani Tripathi
3.                Shri Shyam Jaju
4.                Shri Anil Jain
5.                Shri Abdul Rasheed
6.                Shri Rajesh Gehlot
7.                Smt. Poonam Azad

1.                Shri Vijay Goel                           -  President
2.                Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra
3.                Shri Madan Lal Khurana
4.                Shri O.P. Kohli
5.                Dr. Harsh Vardhan
6.                Shri Mangeram Garg
7.                Shri Vijender Gupta
8.                Ms. Aarti Mehra
9.                Ms. Vani Tripathi
10.              Shri Shyam Jaju
11.              Shri Anil Jain
12.              Shri Vijay Jolly
13.              Sardar R.P. Singh
14.              Shri Pawan Sharma
15.              Smt. Anita Arya
16.              Shri Yogender Chandolia
17.              Shri Mohan Singh Bisht
18.              Shri Kulwant Rana
19.              Shri Prithavi Raj Sawhney
20.              Smt. Meera Aggarwal
21.              Shri Ashish Sood
22.              Shri Abhay Verma
23.              Shri Ramesh Bidhuri
24.              Smt. Shikha Rai
25.              Shri Jai Prakash
26.              Shri Vijay Sharma
27.              Shri Jagdish Mukhi
28.              Shri Lal Bihari Tiwari
29.              Shri Jai Bhagwan Aggarwal
30.              Shri Harsharan Singh Balli
31.              Shri Nand Kishore Garg
32.              Shri Alok Kumar
33.              Shri Pravesh Verma
34.              Shri Abdul Rasheed
35.              Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi
36.              Shri Satish Upadhyay
37.              Shri Ashok Goel
38.              Shri Meva Ram Arya
39.              Smt. Poonam Azad
40.              Master Azad Singh
41.              Smt. Sarita Chaudhary
42.              Shri Ram Narayan Dubey
43.              Shri Ramkishan Singhal
44.              Shri Rajesh Gehlot
45.              Shri Sanjay Surjan
46.              Shri Subhash Arya
47.              Shri Mahender Nagpal
48.              Shri B.B. Tyagi
49.              Shri Gaurav Khari
50.              Smt. Sudha Sharma
51.              Shri Kishanlal Dhilod
52.              Shri Atif Rasheed
53.              Shri Rajkumar Ballan
54.              Shri Anand Sahu

Today’s NEWS

25 08 2013

Tehran, Damascus warn US

Iran has warned the US not to cross “the red line” on Syria threatening it would have “severe consequences” for the White House. This follows a statement from Syrian officials who said a strike would create “very serious fallout” for the whole region.

“America knows the limitation of the red line of the Syrian front and any crossing of Syria’s red line will have severe consequences for the White House,” the Iranian Fars news agency quoted deputy chief of staff of Iran’s armed forces, Massoud Jazayeri, as saying.
Syrian authorities also warned the United States against any military intervention, saying this would “inflame the Middle East”.
“US military intervention will create very serious fallout and a ball of fire that will inflame the Middle East,” Information Minister Omran Zoabi told the Syrian state news agency, SANA.
The warning comes as Western officials stated they are considering “a serious response” from the international community to the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Arab state.
On Saturday, British PM David Cameron’s spokesperson said that both the UK and the US have tasked officials to examine all the options.
At the same time, US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said that the Defense Department is “prepared to exercise whatever option – if he [Obama] decides to employ one of those options”.
Earlier on Friday Hagel suggested the Pentagon might move naval forces closer to Syria in case Obama decides to proceed.
However, US media reports that four US Navy Destroyers – USS Ramage, USS Gravely, USS Barry and USS Mahan – are being pre-positioned in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, although officials stress that the US Navy has received no orders to prepare for military action.
All four warships are said to have been equipped with cruise missiles.

Sania Mirza, Jie Zheng pair lifts New Haven title
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza has lifted the women’s doubles trophy at the WTA Open along with her new partner Jie Zheng at New Haven, the second-largest city in Connecticut in the United States.
With this the ace player has notched up her third title of the season and 17th overall. Playing just their fourth event together, third seeds Sania and Jie trounced the second-seeded pair of Anabel Medina Garrigues and Katarina Srebotnik 6-3 6-4 in the summit clash.
Sania, the only Indian woman to win a Grand Slam title, had won two titles this season before this triumph. Both the previous titles came with American partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

Al Nusra pledges revenge for alleged chemical attacks in Syria

Al-Nusra Front, the Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist group, promised revenge strikes aimed at Bashar al-Assad’s community, after the announcement that his forces used chemical weapons. The Alawite community “will pay the price for each chemical rocket that struck our people in Damascus,” the front chief of Al-Nusra front announced on Sunday in his Internet audio message on Twitter. Bashar Assad is a native of the Alawite community, an offshoot of Shiite Islam, which makes up 12% of the Syrian population. Syria’s conflict, which has killed more than 100,000 people, began as peaceful protests demanding Assad’s ouster, but is now marred by rising sectarian bloodshed between Sunnis and Alawites.

Turkey sends 400 tons of military aid to Syrian rebels – opposition

Ankara has sent 400 tons of arms to Syrian militants to bolster their fight against the government of President Bashar al-Assad, Reuters reports, citing opposition forces. “Twenty trailers crossed from Turkey and are being distributed to arms depots for several brigades across the north,” Mohammad Salam, a rebel operative who witnessed the crossing from an undisclosed location in Hatay. The delivery is being called the single biggest weapons cache to reach the rebels since the uprising against Assad turned violent two years ago. The shipment follows last week’s gas attack in the suburbs of Damascus that killed anywhere from dozens to over 1,000 civilians. Syrian officials, who said they discovered chemical weapons in a rebel hideout outside the capital, blame the rebels for the attack.

​ Egypt trial of MB leaders postponed

The trial of three Muslim Brotherhood leaders charged with inciting violence at Egypt’s protests in the run-up to the July 3 removal of Mohammed Morsi from power was adjourned on Sunday. The reason for the break is that Mohamed Badie – the Brotherhood’s ‘General Guide’ – and his deputies could not be present at the proceedings for security reasons, judicial officials said. The next hearing is scheduled for October 29.

Saudi Arabia to build 16 more nuclear reactors by 2030 – report

Saudi Arabia plans to build 16 nuclear reactors with a combined capacity of 22 GW, which will make the country a leader in renewable energy, Abdul Ghani bin Melaibari, coordinator of scientific collaboration confirmed to Arab News. Saudi Arabia has about 11GW electricity output at the moment. The ambitious project will cost the country more than $100 billion, but the price may vary because of the extreme and hot climate. The first two reactors may be ready in 10 years time.

Spanish rescuers save over 100 African migrants from sea

More than 100 African migrants have been rescued by Spanish rescue services in the Atlantic and Mediterranean sea, the Red Cross told AFP on Sunday. On Saturday, forty-seven migrants, who were travelling on boats, were taken to the town of Almeria, Spain, and thirty-nine others were delivered to Ceuta, on the North African coast. Varying circumstances, such as the situation in the Sahel region and Arab countries, the fight against immigration to Spain across the Atlantic have changed the flow of refugees in past years. In a week Spanish rescuers have assisted several hundred migrants. 3,804 would-be immigrants reached the Spanish coast last year, according to Interior Ministry figures.

13 killed in Farc guerilla attack on army patrol ahead of talks

Two sergeants and eleven soldiers have been killed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in an attack on a Colombian army patrol on Saturday. The attack took place after the officials announced that negotiations with the leftist rebels would resume on Monday. According to military sources this attack was an ambush, although the army didn’t specify the circumstances of the incident. This attack followed right after a separate assault on Wednesday that left 15 soldiers dead, claimed Farc’s 10th Front.

Egypt shortens night-time curfew, state of emergency remains

Egypt’s interim government has relaxed a night-time curfew imposed on the country following a recent wave of violent protests. The curfew will now begin two hours later, at 21:00 local time. On Fridays, when protests usually take place, it will still start at 19:00. Egyptian authorities experienced one of the deadliest incidences of violence in recent days as nationwide clashes and attacks killed more than 1,000 people. Violence ensued as security forces attempted to clear two Cairo demonstrations in support of toppled president Mohammed Morsi, overthrown in a July 3 military coup.

Death toll rises to 31 in Bolivia’s prison riot

The death toll in Friday’s prison riot in eastern Bolivia has risen to 31 dead, local media reports. Among the dead was an 18-months toddler, who was one of many children living in the prison while their parents serve out their sentences. Another 37 inmates were seriously injured. According to Bolivian law, children under six years are permitted to stay in their parents’ cells while the sentence is being served. The riot took place in Palmasola, the country’s largest maximum-security prison.
Afghan President to visit Islamabad
Afghan President Hamid Karzai will arrive in Islamabad TOMORROW for wide ranging talks with Pakistani leadership. During his stay‚ the Afghan President will hold talks with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on a range of issues including bilateral relations‚ Afghan reconciliation process and regional situation.
Both the leaders will also address a joint press conference following talks. In an interview, Foreign Office Spokesperson Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said emphasis of talks will be on Afghan reconciliation process. He said Pakistan has always supported an Afghan led and Afghan owned peace process.
Banga Beats to take on Delhi Smashers in must-win tie
Hosts Banga Beats will have to win their last two ties with big margins, to remain in the semifinals, as they clash with Krrish Delhi Smashers in the Indian Badminton League (IBL), in Bangalore, on Sunday.
Beats were rusty against Pune Pistons, losing 1-4 and now stand fifth in the table with just eight points.
Awadhe Warriors also have eight points but they are placed above the Bangalore side.
Beats now not only have to win their remaining matches but also pray that some of other results go in their favour.
Playing their first game at home, the Beats would look to give their fans something to cheer about.
Top-notch players including Parupalli Kashyap and Hu Yun, will be looking forward to do better. Both of them disappointed when they suffered defeats against Anup Sridhar and Sourabh Varma.
Beats also need Carsten Mogensen and Akshay Dewalkar, who lost against the pair of Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Kiong Tan Wee, to perform again.
However, Kashyap’s form still remains a worrying sign for the Beats. He will have to live upto his billing in his next game if he needs to prove his worth as an icon player.
The mixed doubles combination of Aparna Balan and Dewalkar is not the best in the business and it will also be a concern for the Beats.
Two defeats have made it tough for Smashers, who are now languishing last in the table.
Pak troops violate ceasefire
Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire thrice on Saturday along the Line of Control (LoC) when they opened indiscriminate firing in Poonch and Rajouri sectors, leaving a child injured.
Firing and mortar shelling was continuing till late in the night in Balakote in Poonch and Rajouri sectors, defence spokesperson and police said.
The first incident occurred at around 7 A.M. on Saturday when Pakistani troops fired at forward posts in Poonch sector.
The firing was carried out with small and automatic weapons, defence spokesperson Col RK Palta said, adding, no casualty was reported. Indian troops guarding the border line retaliated strongly, triggering exchanges which continued till 0740 hrs, he said.
In the second breach, Pakistani troops opened fire on Indian posts along the LoC in Balakote, the spokesman said.
“There was firing from Pakistani troops with small and automatic weapons at forward posts along LoC at around 8.10 P.M.,” he said, adding the Indian side retaliated effectively.
Late in the night, Pakistani troops fired mortar shells at the Indian post in Tarkundi area in Rajouri sector, SSP Rajouri, Mubassir Latiffe said, adding a child, Mohd Khalil, was injured in the incident at Chiti Dakri area.
Pakistani troops have been daily resorting to ceasefire violations since August 6 when its special forces killed five Indian soldiers in Poonch. There have been over 80 ceasefire violations by Pakistani troopsthis year from 1st January.
Defence Minister A K Antony had recently stated that the Army has been given a free hand to retaliate to deal with violations on the LoC.
Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh has also asked his commanders to be aggressive in case of ceasefire violations by Pakistan Army.
Mumbai gang-rape 5 accused held
Fifth and last accused, Salim Ansari, in the brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old photojournalist was arrested from Delhi by Mumbai crime branch, on Sunday.
The fourth accused, Kasim Bangali, the eldest of the five accused and who sexually assaulted the victim twice, was also arrested on Sunday morning, officials confirmed.
“Kasim Bangali had been picked up from the city last night and placed under arrest today,” a crime branch officer probing the case said.
The second accused, Vijay Jadhav, was picked up in the wee hours of Saturday from Madanpura area by the Crime branch. The third accused was also  arrested on Saturday.
On Friday, an unemployed youth from south Mumbai identified as Chand Babu Sattat Shaikh alias Mohammed Abdul (19), was arrested in the case.
He had named all the four co-accused – Qasim Bengali, Saleem and Ashfaq.
According to Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh, more than 20 teams, including 10 from the elite Crime Branch, have been formed to track down the perpetrators amid mounting public pressure and anger.
Singh, on Friday, said the police was trying to gather “clinching evidence” to ensure that the culprits get maximum punishment for the “shocking crime.”
The victim, an intern with an English magazine was gangraped allegedly by five men on Thursday evening, when she and her male colleague went to the deserted Shakti Mills compound in Lower Parel area for taking photographs in connection with a story on city chawls.
The five accused, whose sketches were released on Friday, tied up the victim’s friend and raped the woman in a chilling reminder of the December gangrape in Delhi.
The young scribe, who resides in western suburbs, has been admitted to Jaslok Hospital and is said to be “composed and stable.”
Preliminary reports suggested that she sustained multiple internal injuries.
“We cannot give you any further information keeping in mind patient confidentiality,” Dr Tarang Gianchandani, acting CEO and Director (Medical Services) of Jaslok had said. “We are doing the needful… she is under strict observation.”
Condemning the assault, journalists took to streets to lodge protest.  Scribes from various streams, sporting black bands on their arms and mouths, gathered in large numbers at Hutatma Chowk in south Mumbai on Friday demanding that at all necessary steps be taken to ensure that safety and security of journalists and common citizens is not compromised.
VHP 1,696  Parikarma Yatri’s arrested
VHP was adamant to complete its 84 Kosi Parikrama Yatra, the UP government on Sunday said security arrangements would continue to check those trying to attend the banned yatra even as 1,696 persons, including Ashok Singhal and Praveen Togadia, were arrested in a crackdown.
“The tight security arrangements will continue in the state to prevent those trying to attend VHP’s yatra, which has not been recalled by it..In the state, 1,696 persons including Ashok Singhal and Praveen Togadia, have been arrested in the crackdown,” IG, Law and Order, RK Vishwakarma, told media persons.
In reply to a question he said that all those arrested will be put in the judicial custody for next 14 days and not be released as of now.
“As the programme of yatra is till 13th September, those arrested cannot be released. Preventive detentions will continue and those trying to participate in the yatra will also be arrested..,” Secretary (Home) Kamal Saxena said.
In addition to the state police force, 11 company of RAF and 12 company of CRPF has been deployed in the state to maintain law and order, he said.
“As VHP has announced protests tomorrow district police chiefs have been asked to remain alert and ensure that law and order is maintained”, the official said.
Prominent among those arrested included former Union minister of State for Home Swami Chinmayanand, Nritya Gopal Das of Ram Janmbhoomi Trust, Ram Vilas Vedanti, BJP MLAs Ram Chandra Yadav and Savatribai Phule and VHP’s provincial coordinator Acharya Kushmuni.
In Amethi, peethdheshwar of Sagra Ashram Abhay Chaitanya Mauni Mahraj was put under house arrest. Temporary jails have been set up in districts of Faizabad (10), Barabanki,(12), Bahraich (16), Basti (2), Gonda (3) and Ambedkarnagar (5), which are on the yatra route.
The state government had banned the yatra, stating it would not allow to set any new tradition.

Workshop on Remaking the mohalla:

Urban Workshop Series, the Centre for Policy Research (CPR) and Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH), Delhi are delighted to invite you to a Workshop on Remaking the mohalla: Muslims in the politics of urban transformation in Mumbai by Qudsiya Contractorof Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
Date:               Tuesday, 27 August 2013
Time:               3.45 p.m.
Venue:     Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research, Dharma Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110 021

Mamata Banerjee-Demarcation of Land Boundary between India and Bangladesh leaked to the media

A letter regarding the proposed Demarcation of Land Boundary between India and Bangladesh has been leaked to the media by the Government of India recently.
There has been many developments and after detailed examination, I discussed the issue several times with the Ministers of External Affairs during the last two years.
It is indeed difficult to accept the present proposal of giving away land to Bangladesh without agreement from the state Government.
The case of Teesta Water Agreement may be recalled where, during the draft stage, the Government of India had said something, but proposed something totally different in the final stage.
Like this, in the Land Boundary Agreement, State Government had mentioned to the National Security Advisor and the previous and present Ministers of External Affairs, the need for obtaining consent from the people residing in the areas that are to be transferred.
It must be noted that our state of West Bengal will get only about 7000 acres of land but will have to recede nearly 17,000 acres of land to Bangladesh.
This cannot be accepted without taking into confidence and consent of the local people who live in the transferable areas.
What is the hurry of the Central Government to give away our land and our water without the consent of the state government?
What type of politics the Central Government is trying to play?
Recently, they have disturbed the peaceful situation in Darjeeling.
Earlier also, they gave away land from Assam and Tripura to the concerned country.
The interests of the states cannot be compromised this way.
We strongly urge that the Central Government must follow the established federal norms of the country in the interest of overall well being of the country and its people.
Though we maintain friendship and good relations with Bangladesh, but it should not be at the cost of the people of West Bengal.
दीपिका पादुकोण और रिचा चड्डा  ने राम लीला में एक दृश्य के लिए २१ टेक किये।
   बॉलीवुड के बेहतरीन निर्देशकों में से एक, पूर्णतावादी और रचनात्मक निर्देशक है। आश्चर्य की बात है  संजय लीला भंसाली, अभिनेत्री दीपिका पादुकोण और रिचा चड्डा ने  एक दृश के लिए २१ टेक लिए है और इस एक दृश के लिए पूरा दिन शूटिंग में बित गया।
    यह एक दृश फिल्माना दोनों अभिनेत्रियों को काफी थकान भरा रहा क्यूंकि इस दृश की शूटिंग सुबह से लेकर रात तक चलती रही यह वक़्त दोनों अभिनेत्रियों के लिए ज्यादा चुनौतीपूर्ण था।
    रिचा चड्डा  कहती हैं, “हम ने दिन में शूटिंग शुरू की और दिन के आखिर में २१ टेक के बाद यह दृश पूरा हो पाया। सर (भंसाली ) एक परफेक्टनिस्ट निर्देशक है और यह और यह काफी मुश्किल हो जाता है जब दृश बड़ा हो,महत्वपूर्ण यह बात है की इस बिच कैमरा कभी बंद नहीं होता और आपको लगातार काम करना होता है आपको ख्याल रखना होता है कोई गड़बड़ ना हो और इन्ही सब बातोसे काम बहुत ही चुनौतीपूर्ण होता है।
     निर्माता सुनील लुल्ला कहते हैं, “यह संजय लीला भंसाली के साथ सहयोग करने के लिए एक सम्मान की बात है, और संजय लीला भंसाली एक खास निर्देशक है और काफी प्रतिभावान है उनके फिल्म का हर एक दृश परफेक्ट होता है।
    इरोज इंटरनेशनल और संजय लीला भंसाली निर्मित और दीपिका पादुकोण , रणवीर सिंह अभिनीत ‘रामलीला’ यह फिल्म २०१३ के १५ नवंबर को सिनेमाघरो में रिलीज होगी।
Shailesh Giri
Effective Communication
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Airtel Rising Stars 2013 – Delhi Leg
Army Public School, Noida Tame Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar 2-0
New Delhi, 25th August: Army Public School, Noida defeated Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar 2-0 in a knock-out match of the 2nd edition of the Airtel Rising Stars-Delhi Leg, played at Commonwealth Games Village in Delhi today.
Abhindya scored the first goal in 18th minute and gave an early lead to his team. Anand’s goal in 32nd minute sealed the victory for Army Public School.
In another knock-out match at the same ground, ASN Public School, Mayur Vihar outplayed St. Francis School, Indirapuram 5-4 (0-0) in a penalty shoot-out after a goalless draw. Ritik, Pratik, Anshul, Anuj and Digvijay materialised all the five attempts and scored goals for ASN Public School. For St. Francis School, P Rodrigues, Durjan, Siddharth and Amit scored goals.
Ryan International School, Ghaziabad beat Balloon Public School, Ghaziabad 4-3 (0-0) in a penalty shoot-out. Dhruv, Abhishek, Aditya Singh and Jayant scored for Ryan International School whereas, Vikrant, Kishan and Vinay scored for Balloon Public School.
Army Public School, Noida (Abhindya 18th, Anand 32nd) bt Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar 2-0
ASN Public School, Mayur Vihar (Ritik, Pratik, Anshul, Anuj, Digvijay) bt St. Francis School, Indirapuram (P Rodrigues, Durjan, Siddharth, Amit) 5-4 (0-0)
Ryan International School, Ghaziabad (Dhruv, Abhishek, Aditya Singh, Jayant) bt Balloon Public School, Ghaziabad (Vikrant, Kishan, Vinay) 4-3 (0-0)
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Airtel Rising Stars 2013 – Delhi Leg
DPS Vasant Kunj Ride Arjun’s Hat-trick to Crush Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Estate 5-0
New Delhi, 24th August: Arjun’s hat-trick helped Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj thrash Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Estate 5-0 in a knock-out match of the 2nd edition of the Airtel Rising Stars-Delhi Leg, at Ambedkar Stadium in Delhi today.
Arjun showed his brilliant speed and dribbling to score three goals and took his team to next level. He was well-supported by his teammate Rudraksh, who score a brace.
Arjun scored his first goal in 13th minute, followed by Rudraksh’s goal in 16th minute. After 10 minutes, Rudraksh scored his second goal and sealed victory for his team. Arjun kept opponents’ defenders busy from another wing and scored back-to-back goals in 37th and 40th minutes to complete his hat-trick.
In another knock-out match at the same ground, Keshav’s brace helped Modern School, Vasant Vihar defeat The Indian School, Lodhi Colony 3-0. Keshav opened the account with his first goal in 21st min, followed by Ayushman’s goal in 46th min. Keshav scored his second goal in 49th min and confirmed victory for his team.
Navyug School, Moti Bagh beat Tagore International School, East of Kailash 2-0 in another match. Kshitij and Prashant scored in 19th and 36th min respectively to win the match for their team.
Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj (Arjun 13th, 37th, 40th, Rudraksh 16th, 26th) bt Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Estate 5-0
Modern School, Vasant Vihar (Keshav 21st, 49th, Ayushman 46th) bt The Indian School, Lodhi Colony 3-0
Navyug School, Moti Bagh (Kshitij 19th, Prashant 36th) bt Tagore International School, East of Kailash 2-0
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, KG Marg (Mayank Bisht 41st) bt Father Angels School, Lajpat Nagar 1-0
St. Michael’s School, Pusa Road (Avinash 27th) bt Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan 1-0

Press Invitation VHP and Bajrang Dal will protest at Jantar Mantar

Press Invitation
VHP and Bajrang Dal will protest at Jantar Mantar 12 ‘o’ clock tomorrow(26.8.13) against arresting Sants and VHP leaders in Uttar Pradesh.
Kindly depute your photographer/reporter to cover the protest.
Thanking You
Vinod Bansal
Media Chief
Vishwa Hindu Parishad-Delhi
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