Thursday, April 28, 2011

Be Patient and Paradise will be Yours

Be Patient and Paradise will be yours

‘Sabr’ is an Arabic world derived from same root meaning, ‘ to detain’, ‘refrain’, and ‘stop’.

In the Shariah , patience means stop ourselves from what has been asked to stop in religion and doing what is expected of us. This is broadly said as “Steadfast” in Islam, its tenets and orders.

It has been narrated from Ata bin Abi Rabah ( RA) said: Ibn Abbas ( RA) said to me, “ Shall I show you a women of the people of paradise?” I said, “Yes”. He said, “This black lady came to the Prophet(PBUH) and said, ‘I get attacks of epilepsy and my body become uncovered ; please invoke Allah for me.’ The Prophet (PBUH) said to (he her):

‘If you wish, be patient and Paradise will be yours; and if you wish, I will invoke Allah to cure you.’

She said, ‘ I will remain patient ,” and added, ‘but I became uncovered, so please invoke Allah for me that I may not become uncovered.’ So he invoked Allah for her.” Al Bukharee

“ And be patient; verily , Allah loses not the rward of the good-doers.”

Surah Al Hud(11): 115

“But for him who feared standing before his lord, and restrained himself from impure evil desires and lust. Verily Paradise will be his abode.” { An Naziaat (79) 40-41}

Quran Surah Yusuf (12:23) Now the woman in whose house he was began to tempt him, and one day she closed the doors and said, "Come here." Joseph replied, "May Allah protect me from this! My Lord has given me a good abode: (and should I, then, misbehave like this?) Such workers of iniquity never fare well. "

Quran Surah Yusuf (12:33) Joseph said, "My Lord! I prefer imprisonment to that to which they invite me. If Thou dost not ward off their cunning devices from me, I may be caught in their snare, and become one of the ignorant. "

Today the greatest challenge is keeping patience, when evil desire and lust approaches. In today’s society, in the name of liberalism and advancement and …….when basic decency of dress is gone. Evil is available easily and promoted through media in the name of progress and development and advancement. …….. This road goes only to the fire ….. fire of Hell.

In this difficult time Patience of Prophet Yusuf is required, (Sabran Jameel) the Patience from keeping oneself away from lust and evil desires.

This is challenge of this time and very difficult challenge.

1513. Sahl bin Sa`d (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Whosoever gives me a guarantee to safeguard what is between his jaws and what is between his legs, I shall guarantee him Jannah.''[Al-Bukhari].

Commentary: What is between the jaws and what is between the legs refers to the tongue and the sexual organs, respectively. The Prophet (PBUH) has given the assurance of Jannah to every Muslim who protects these two parts of the body. Protection here means their use permitted by the Islamic Shari`ah. They should be guarded against every act that is prohibited by the Shari`ah.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

Education - India's Development Challenge

The Azim Premji Foundation Initiative in developing education and developing a economy based on knowledge will go long way in India's Development.
The Corporate Initiative is the way forward in developing this world and making it better place.

Azim Premji pledges Rs10,000 cr for schools project

Other big companies should also show their commitments in developing the country.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Women in Islam

Prophet ( Peace be upon Him) and Importance of Family

Prophet (PBUH) said " The best of you is the one who is best to his family. And I am the best of you to my family." ( al- Tarmidhi and Ibn Majah, Sahih)

How Prophet ( PBUH) would deal with his family: Al Aswad bin Yazid said, " I asked ' Aishah- may Allah be pleased with her - how Allah's Messenger ( PBUH) would behave in his house. She Said, ' He would be serving his family, and when the time for prayer would come he would perform ablution and leave to pray."

Prophet ( PBUH) would advise people to treat their womenfalk with kindness and have regard for their emotions so that they may live with them in happyness. He advised fathers to be kind to their daughters. " Whoever looks after two girls until they have grown up, he and I will be on the day of Resurrection like this," said the Prophet ( PBUH) as he joined his fingurs together.
He also advised sons to look after their mothers. He wasasked "Who should I honour most? After Allah and Prophet"
The Prophet ( PBUH) replied, " Your mother, then your mother, then your mother, and then your father."
Prophet (PBUH) said on His last Hajj in front of hundred thousand pilgrims," You must treat your womenfalk well! You must traet your womenfolkwell!!" ( Muslim and al-Tirmidhi)

A women can be patient with her husband's poverty, unattractiveness, and busy schedule, but she can not be patient with his rude behaviour.

In Islam Mother's are honoured, daughteres are honoured and wives are honoured. Islams gives best to the women, the respect and honour she deserves.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Disease of Heart

Jealousy .......... The Disease of Heart

Protect your heart...

Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) said: “Truly in the body there is a morsel of flesh which, if it be whole, all the body is whole and which, if it be diseased, all of it is diseased. Truly it is the heart.” [Sahih Bukhari and Muslim]

On the authority of Abu 'Abdullah al-Nu'man bin Bashir, radiyallahu 'anhu, who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah, sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam, say:
"Truly, what is lawful is evident, and what is unlawful is evident, and in between the two are matters which are doubtful which many people do not know. He who guards against doubtful things keeps his religion and honor blameless, and he who indulges in doubtful things indulges in fact in unlawful things, just as a shepherd who pastures his flock round a preserve will soon pasture them in it. Beware, every king has a preserve, and the things Allah has declared unlawful are His preserves. Beware; in the body there is a flesh; if it is sound, the whole body is sound, and if it is corrupt, the whole body is corrupt, and beholds, it is the heart." [Al-Bukhari & Muslim]

Avoid Jealousy
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said "Avoid jealousy, for it destroys good deeds as fire destroys wood."
--------- Riyadh-us-Salaheen, Hadith 1569

In the hadith the prophet (pbuh) said: “three people whose du’a (supplication) will not be answered: the one who eats haram (prohibited); the one who indulges in back-biting; and the one who has in his heart enmity or envy towards the Muslims.”
At-Tirmidhee narrated from al-Zubayr Ibn al-Awam that the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa-sallam) said:

“There has come to you the disease of the nations before you, jealousy and hatred. This is the ‘shaver’ (destroyer); I do not say that it shaves hair, but that it shaves (destroys) faith…” [(Hasan) Jamee at-Tirmidhee (2434)]

In the hadith, Anas ibn Malik (may allah be pleased with him) reported: “while we were sitting with the prophet (pbuh), he informed us ‘that a man from paradise will approach you soon’. There then appeared a man from ansar whose beard was still dripping water from his wudhu (ablution), and he was holding his shoes in his left hand. The following day, the prophet (pbuh) told us the same thing, and again the same man appeared. The same incident happened on the third day. As the prophet (pbuh) left us, Abdullah ibn Omar (may allah be pleased with them) followed the man home and said to him ‘i have argued with my father and sworn that i will not return for three days. Can you accommodate me for these three days?’ the man agreed, and, later, Abdullah informed us that while he was with the man he did not witness anything out of the ordinary: in fact, he was almost unimpressed with his work. Abdullah further remarked that after the passing of the three days, he explained to the man the real reason why he was there, and reiterated the words of the prophet (pbuh). He then asked him about any special things that would have earned him such a status. The man replied: ‘nothing other than you have seen!’ as he was leaving, the man called him back and said: ‘it is what you have seen except i have never had in my heart any deception or envy towards any of the Muslims for any bounty that allah has bestowed upon them.’ Abdullah then said: ‘then that is what earned you this status.’”

Abu Hurairah (radhiAllahu anhu) narrated: Messenger of Allah (sallaAllahu alayhe wasallam) said, “Allah does not look at your figures, nor at your attire but He looks at your hearts [and deeds].” [Muslim]

O mankind! surely We have created you of a male and a female, and made you tribes and families that you may know each other; verily the most honored of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you; surely Allah is Knowing, Aware (al-Hujurat 49:13)
The most important thing: Always attend to your heart, constantly wash it until it is purified.

Meaning for jealousy and

The meaning of jealousy is that man desires that a blessing may be removed from his faithful brother though he knows that the said comfort is befitting him and hence the title.
Abu Hamzah Anas bin Malik, radiyallahu 'anhu, who was the servant of the Messenger of Allah, sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam, reported that the Prophet, sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam, said
"None of you truly believes (in Allah and in His religion) until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself" [Al-Bukhari & Muslim

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Healthcare - Stillbirth - India's Development Challenge

India Development Challenge Health

The sorry state of maternal care in India has come to the media attention once again. A recent Lancet study noted that India has the highest number of stillbirths in the world, accounting for a little under a quarter of the global total.

Significantly, the study pointed out that around 45 per cent of these can be prevented by timely medical attention. The District Level Household Survey (DLHS) conducted in 2002-04 estimated that stillbirths occurred in 1.7 per cent of all pregnancies for currently married women in the age group of 15 to 44 years in the three years preceding the survey.

In the next round, DLHS-3 for 2007-08 estimated stillbirths at 1.3 per cent of all pregnancies. However, as the survey respondents were in the age group of 15 to 49 years, the estimates of the two rounds are not strictly comparable.

In six states – Bihar, Haryana, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal – the share of stillbirths to total pregnancies exceeded 1.7 per cent. And in Delhi, Mizoram, Himachal Pradesh, Lakshadweep and Goa the share was 0.5 per cent or less.

Age, education and wealth showed correlation with the incidence of stillbirths — girls less than 20 years of age had the highest share of pregnancies resulting in stillbirths. However, there was a sharp drop in the share of stillbirths when the woman had 10 or more years of schooling, also the highest wealth segment had the lowest incidence of stillbirths. Clearly, access to timely health intervention improves with education and wealth.

With an increase in wealth and educational levels, the incidence of abortions increases, not just induced but also spontaneous abortions. The latter technically refers to miscarriages that naturally occur. At an aggregate level, spontaneous abortions account for 4.7 per cent of all pregnancies while induced abortions account for 1.8 per cent.

Though the DLHS report said, “The observed relatively higher level of spontaneous abortion could be due to reporting of induced abortions as spontaneous abortions.” This ambiguity makes interpreting of the results of the survey difficult. In Goa, Manipur, Delhi and Assam the share of induced abortions exceeds 3.5 per cent while Haryana, Delhi and Tamil Nadu stand out with the share of spontaneous abortions exceeding seven per cent of all pregnancies. If induced and spontaneous abortions are taken into account, Haryana, Delhi, Manipur and Tamil Nadu rank at the top. Haryana, therefore, has the dubious distinction of being the state with the least share of live births to all pregnancies.

It goes without saying that pregnancies that do not culminate in live births take a toll on the physical and psychological health of women. Also the limited access to safe health care from qualified health professionals creates more risks. According to the Family Welfare Statistics 2009 of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, abortions were responsible for eight per cent of maternal deaths between 2001 and 2003, the latest period for which data are available. Timely and reliable health intervention – whether it is for safe contraceptive methods or during pregnancy – is vital for reducing the burden on women’s health in India.

Indian States Development Scorecard is a weekly feature by Indicus Analytics that focuses on the progress in India and the states across various socio-economic parameters India has the world’s highest number of stillbirths, with mothers-to-be lacking timely and reliable medical attention

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Jaitapur protests fast turning into anti-nuclear storm

Jaitapur protests fast turning into anti-nuclear storm

Monday, April 18, 2011

Debt: Obama Plays Down S&P Outlook Change - CNBC

Debt: Obama Plays Down S&P Outlook Change - CNBC

  • When Credit Rating Agencies Downgrade other it is their economic acumen and financial models unfortunately when they take shot at US then it become political.

  • It will not work much, US may buy some time before it it is really discredited and corrupted but TIME of US is gone.

  • US must shape up, clean up and shut up if they want to servive.

  • All super power was destroyed because of their arrogance before. There will not be any exception. Their is no other way out than cleaning the toxic from system, if toxic is not cleaned, dooms day is not far away. The police of US for dis crediting S and P is not in its favor but no one will trust rating agenciea and they should not be trusted.

  • Soon ---------------- JUNK BOND........................ US TREASURY............. STATUS JUNK

Save Yourself and Your Family from Fire

Save Yourself and Your Family from Fire

  • O ye who believe! Save yourselves and your families from a Fire whose fuel is Men and Stones, over which are (appointed) angels stern (and) severe, who flinch not (from executing) the Commands they receive from God, but do (precisely) what they are commanded. [Holy Quran: Tahrim 66: 6]

  • The most important responsibility is earning Halal and feeding Halal for Family. If you fail then yes………… think of eternal life “Hereafter” Earn Halal, Eat Halam and Feed Halal

  • When I see and go deeper and deeper into the matter and issues we are facing, it is becoming more and clears to me Haram is one of the prime reason for the problems, our Dua’s not answered and we have all types of problems. Because society stopped thinking Haram as Haram, they become part of life.


  • Major Haram( Prohibited) enters into our life

  • 1. Riba – Usury – Modern day bank interest is one of the greatest haram causing the problem. o The Punishment for Dealing with Riba (Interest and Usury) - Quran Verse 2:275 (Chapter Al-Baqara) o “Those who devour usury will not stand except as stand one whom the Evil one by his touch hath driven to madness. That is because they say: “Trade is like usury,” but God hath permitted trade and forbidden usury. Those who after receiving direction from their Lord, desist, shall be pardoned for the past; their case is for God (to judge); but those who repeat (the offence) are companions of the Fire: They will abide therein (for ever).” o Ibn Majah recorded that Abu Hurayrah said that the Messenger of Allah said, (Riba is seventy types, the least of which is equal to one having sexual intercourse with his mother.) o The Two Sahihs recorded that the Messenger of Allah said, `Ali and Ibn Mas`ud narrated that the Messenger of Allah said, (May Allah curse whoever consumes Riba, whoever pays Riba, the two who are witnesses to it, and the scribe who records it.)

  • 2. Allah Does Not Bless Riba

  • (276. Allah will destroy Riba and will give increase for Sadaqat. And Allah likes not the disbelievers, sinners.) (277. Truly, those who believe, and do deeds of righteousness, and perform the Salah and give Zakah, they will have their reward with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.) o Allah states that He destroys Riba, either by removing this money from those who eat it, or by depriving them of the blessing, and thus the benefit of their money. Because of their Riba, Allah will torment them in this life and punish them for it on the Day of Resurrection. Allah said, o On the authority of Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: The Messenger of Allah said: “Allah the Almighty is good and accepts only that which is good. Allah has commanded the Faithful to do that which He commanded the Messengers, and the Almighty has said: “O ye Messengers! Eat of the good things, and do right..” (Quran 23:51). And Allah the Almighty has said: “O ye who believe! Eat of the good things wherewith We have provided you..” (2:172). Then he mentioned [the case of] a man who, having journeyed far, is disheveled and dusty and who spreads out his hands to the sky [saying]: O Lord! O Lord!-while his food is unlawful, his drink is unlawful, his clothing unlawful, and he is nourished unlawfully, so how can he be answered!” (Muslim).

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Education - India's Development Challenge

India’s Development Challenge

Enrolment in primary schools plunges 2.6 million in 2 years

1. It is a lesson in misplaced enthusiasm. While the Centre has been busy tom-tomming its efforts to send more children to school, enrolment in primary classes across the country has, in actuality, dropped since 2007. Between 2008-09 and 2009-10, enrolment in classes I to IV in Indian schools dropped by over 2.6 million.
The biggest setback was witnessed in Uttar Pradesh, where admissions plummeted by over a million in the last two years, according to the latest data released by the ministry of human resource development.
Thousands of students, including girls, from hundreds of villages in the district have to cover a distance of over five kilometres to reach their primary and secondary schools.

2. As per the records of education department, the girls of 381 villages have to cover a distance of more than five kilometres to get education of upper primary level while the girls of 963 villages cover this distance to get secondary-level education.

Schools still remain distant for girls


The records state that 1,062 villages have primary schools while the kids of 109 villages have to cover a distance of 1-3 km to reach their primary schools.
The girls of 320 villages and boys of 198 villages travel 3-5 km to reach upper primary schools.

'Only 12 of 100 kids in civic schools reach Std X'

The Centre may have implemented the Right to Education Act, aiming for a 100% literacy rate in the country, but the ground reality in the state is rather disheartening.
According to a survey conducted by a non-government organization, of every 100 students admitted to a municipality school, only 12 reach Std X. Clubbed with the high dropout rates, the educational course in civic schools is also highlighted with the abysmally low pass percentage.
"Every year, the Bombay Municipal Corporation spends around Rs 40,000 on each student. Still, 15 of the 24 wards in the city showed an alarming rise in the number of students who have dropped out of school this year," said Nitai Mehta, founder and trustee of Praja Foundation that conducted the survey over the past three years. "What about the development of these children?"
"One of the major problems lies in the fact that most BMC schools are only till Std VII. Almost 1,242 such schools exist in Mumbai as compared to 42 schools which have classes till X. As a result, most of the children do not study beyond that level," his is another reason why students drop out of schools after class VII," said panelist Farida Lambay, founder of NGO Pratham.

Rural kids voice their disappointment over lack of schools in their vicinity

CHENNAI: B Nagaraj (12) and P Munniaraj (11) saw trains for the first time on Sunday. As the first members of their families to journey beyond their home in Gulati village deep in the reserve forest at Denkanikottai in Krishnagiri district, both boys are here on a mission: to talk about how the lack of infrastructure in their village makes it impossible for them to attend school.
Twelve-year-olds N Nagavijay and M Pandian from Thovakudu village in Ramanathapuram and Mandavaikuppam village in Villupuram respectively travel a distance of six km and eight km each to reach school everyday. While Nagavijay dropped out last year because of the distance, activists convinced him to go back this year. "It is unbearably hot during the summer and inconvenient for us to walk six km during the rain with our bags on our backs. I go to school because my parents say I need to work hard and study, become successful and serve my land when I grow up," he said.
Until class V, P Chitra (15), from Kadamanravu village in Kodaikanal district, attended a state-run residential Adi Dravidar school which operated out of a group house where teachers would come in for an hour. "I dropped out for a year and was admitted to class VI at a higher secondary school 35 km away from my village. While children my age were in classes VIII and IX by then, I was stuck in a lower class. I could not cope with the lessons. Also, the food served in the afternoon would have worms in it, so I dropped out," she said.

Only 57 per cent children going to school: RTE Act report

The euphoria over the spurt in India's literacy figures has all but overshadowed the poor progress of the Right to Education (RTE) Act in its first year.The landmark law, mandating free and compulsory education for all children, was enforced from April 1 last year.

But a reality check shows that even as the gross enrolment ratio is an astounding 98 per cent at the primary school level, actual attendance of students in schools is far lower.Another area of concern is the large number of "out of school" children. Government data shows that at present, over 81.5 lakh children don't go to school and are a difficult segment to reach out to.

Educationist Vinod Raina, who was involved in the drafting of the RTE Act, said: "While the gross enrolment ratio stands at 98 per cent, attendance in schools is only about 57 per cent. A lot needs to be done if children are to be actually put into school.

"Kapil Sibal focuses on bringing GER to 30%

Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in higher education which is presently hovering at a mere 13%, a whole 10% below the world average.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Taqawa is What You Eat

Hazrat Jaabir [radhiallaahu anhu] reported that Rasulullah [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] said: "Flesh which has grown out of unlawful things will not enter Jannah, but hell is more fitting for all flesh which is grown out of that which is unlawful."

Hazrat Saad bin Abi Waqas [radhiallaahu anhu] said, "O Rasulullah [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] make dua that Allah Ta'ala, makes me of those whose prayers will be answered." Rasulullah [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] replied: "O Saad keep your food pure and halaal and you will become of those whose prayers are answered. I swear by Him, in whose hand Muhammed[sallallaahu alayhi wasallam]'s life lies, that when a man casts one morsel of Haraam food into his stomach, The righteous deeds of his shall not be accepted for forty days."

Hazrat Abu Bakr [radhiallaahu anhu] reports that Rasulullah [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] said: "A body which has been nourished by unlawful things shall never enter Jannah."

Then he mentioned (the case of) a man, who, having journeyed far, is dishevelled and dusty and who spreads out his hands to the sky (saying): O' Rabb! O' Rabb! While his food is unlawful, his clothing is unlawful and he is nourished with unlawful things. How can he be answered?

Hazrath Abu Bakr [radhiallaahu anhu] and a soothsayer's food: Hazrath Abu Bakr [radhiallaahu anhu] had a slave who used to give him a portion of his daily income as the master's share. Once he brought him some food and Hazrath Abu Bakr [radhiallaahu anhu] took a morsel out of it. Then the slave remarked: "You always enquire about the source of what I bring to you, but today you have not done so."

He replied: "I was feeling hungry that I failed to do that. Tell me now, how did you come by this food?"

The slave said: "Before I embraced Islam, I practised sooth-saying. During those days I came across some people for whom I practised some of my charms. They promised to pay me for that later on. I happen to pass by those people today, while they were engaged in a marriage ceremony, and they gave me this food."

Hazrath Abu Bakr [radhiallaahu anhu] exclaimed: "Ah! You would have surely killed me?"

Then he tried to vomit the morsel he had swallowed, but could not do so, as his stomach had been quite empty. Somebody suggested to him to take water to his fill and then try to vomit. He sent for a goblet of water and kept on taking water and forcing it out, till the morsel was vomitted out. Somebody remarked: "May Allah have mercy on you! You put yourself to such trouble for one single morsel." To this he made reply: "I would have thrust it out even if I had to lose my life. I have heard the Prophet [sallallaahu alayhi wasallam] saying. 'The flesh that is nourished by haraam food, is destined for the fire of Hell.' I therefore, made haste to vomit this morsel, lest any portion of my body should receive nourishment from it."

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Unveiling French hypocrisy - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

Unveiling French hypocrisy - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

  • Hypocrisy............this is truth about all .................. when women and first women goes naked it is their human right, but when women decide to cover it is explotation. Truth is that, French and their values.........the so called great values want everyone to get naked ............ don't cover it is not your right. Only right is go naked........... shame on such people.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

India's Development Challenge

India's Development Challenge - Safe Drinking Water

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Gambling with the planet - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

Gambling with the planet - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

  • Quran Surah Rahman Ayah 7- 9 “And the Firmament has He raised high, and He has set up the Balance (of Justice), In order that ye may not transgress (due) balance, so establish weight with justice and fall not short in the balance.” Quran Surah Rahman: Ayah 7-9:

  • Allah has created this world in balance and justice but our deeds dis-balance it. These deeds vary from personal life, our social behaviors, our economic and political activities. If we see at the financial crisis world is in, I think it is just because of two things “Greed” and”virtual financial product”. Financial world created virtual economy and product which does not exist, known as “Derivatives” traded on them, not only traded but also gambled on them and everyone now feel the hit. I believe in sharing in risk. Today people wants to transfer the risk, this will never work. What we are in “Financial Crisis” is ultimately result of not sharing the risk but transferring it to other. This is because we transgressed our limits on balance and justice. If we want to change, we need holistic approach to change our lives, then and then only justice and peace can come to the world. Almost aII the commentators have interpreted mizan (balance) to mean justice, and '...set the balance" to imply that AIIah has established the entire system of the Universe on justice. Had there been no harmony and balance and justice established among the countless stars and planets moving in space, and the mighty forces working in this Universe, and the innumerable creatures and things found here, this life on earth would not have functioned even for a moment. Look at the creatures existing in the air and water and on land for millions and millions of years on this earth. They continue to exist only because full justice and balance has been established in the means and factors conducive to life; in case there occurs a slight imbalance of any kind, every tract of lift would become extinct. but weigh things equitably and skimp not in the balance.

  • *8 *8 That is, "As you are living in a balanced Universe, whose entire system has been established on justice, you also should adhere to justice. For if you act unjustly within the sphere in which you have been given authority, and fail to render the rights of others, you would indeed be rebelling against the nature of the Universe; for the nature of this Universe does not admit of injustice and perversion and violation of the rights. Not to speak of a major injustice, even if a person fraudulently deprives another of an ounce of something, by giving him short measure, he disturbs the balance of the entire Universe.-This is the second important part of the Qur'anic teaching that has been presented in these three verses. The first teaching is Tauhid and the second is justice. Thus, in a few brief sentences the people have been told what teaching has been brought by the Qur'an which the Merciful God has sent for the guidance of man."

  • 7th April One More Shock

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Waiting for Change

Struggle is on " Baapu fought for Swaraj....... and Suraj......... both are distant dream" After 60 years of independence the government want more time to enact a law which will clean up Government. How many files for proseculation are pending with PMO and How many more are with Governers. This must go ...........

  • We Want Change..........

  • Clean and Transparent Governmet...........

  • Accontable Government.............

Dear Baapu the fight for Swaraj ............ and Suraj............. will continue...........

Baapu............JP.................Now Anna............

Anna we are with you...........for for Swaraj and Suraj..........

We are for change...........

Anna our soul and heart are with you.

Goverment Media ............Government Spokesman

Another 60 years ........... Government Want..........

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

India’s Development Challenge – Corruption

India’s Development Challenge – Corruption

No one is talking in big way on this issue of corruption as prime issue facing the Country. Those who called themselves as torch bearer of future of India and clean society are not making it big issue. Media’s role in making issue to non issue and non issue to issue is what is happening. When ever it comes to the talking of corruption in the government, ruling party always has only one point, we have most non corrupt PM. Agreed…… me the results. The saying goes like this “Man is known by the company he keeps.” The companions of the most non corrupt PM are as below

This is long list. On the nuclear issue…………..the Vote of confidence is owned………..there is secret in it ………… No confidence……. Is confidence……. IPI Pile project discarded ………………….. Mr. Mani Shanker Aiyer was removed as …………. Ex minister of petroleum Decisions on India’s Cabinet is taken ………….. many more consideration are there. Government must come to power ……….. and should remain in power…… we have clean PM. He has job to be completed………… of his masters voice…………. Let us unite as nation ………… against corruption………….. Against injustice…………. “For the sake of nation for bright future of the nation” --------- 9% and above growth in GDP is not guarantee of development……. Sustainable………. Ethical…………and Justice ……..