Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The Golden Bird has been sold once again! Is it not brutal sedition,Mr.Prime Minister? Is it not Betrayal beyond governance and politics,Mr Prime Minister? For me it is greater crime than the infamous Gujarat Genocide in which racial ethnic cleansing saw genocide of Indian citizens.Now,you are caught red handed killing the nation,I am afraid to say. Different Print exposes an Exclusive story of Betrayal! Palash Biswas

The Golden Bird has been sold once again!

Is it not brutal sedition,Mr.Prime Minister?

Is it not Betrayal beyond governance and politics,Mr Prime Minister?

For me it is greater crime than the infamous Gujarat Genocide in which racial ethnic cleansing saw genocide of Indian citizens.Now,you are caught red handed killing the nation,I am afraid to say.

Different Print exposes an Exclusive story of Betrayal!

Palash Biswas

U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015. REUTERS-Jim Bourg

U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with the crowd after delivering a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015. REUTERS-Jim Bourg

U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with the crowd after delivering a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015.  REUTERS-Jim Bourg

1 OF 5. U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015.


The snowstorm that started on Monday evening across the US northeast coast continued to ravage the region on Tuesday, with millions of people living in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and other metropolises in the area being affected.The snowstorm continued to smack eastern Long Island in the state of New York, as well as states of Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts on Tuesday noon, Xinhua reported.

Rather we ,the people should feel the chill and sting of a hostile weather and climate.But US citizens may feel freedom as their economy is bailed out at last thanks to Hindu Imperialism and Hindutva.They have stopped producing nuclear reactor and they have to produce nuclear reactors as the Finance Minister of Dow Chemicals in India ensured US investment to capture the greatest emerging market beyond doubt.

The Golden Bird has been sold once again!

Indian media has been cooking for Corporate Shafron Hindu Imperialism,it has been proved beyond doubt once again as far as the breakthrough claim in nuclear deal defending Indian interest is concerned.

The Dow Chemical`s minister of Finance returned from Davos, pledging complete Privatisation managed Indian economy on the highway of making in America.

The breakthrough so much so hyped by Indian media highlighting personal rappo of Obama Krishna with the Sudama Modi has been reduced into a D class PR with NAMO Namawali in a designed suit costing One Million as US media clarifies very clearly that unilaterally it is Obama`s win to set free US companies from liabilities whatsoever as neither US surveillance nor nuclear energy tracking is compromised at all.

Is it not brutal sedition,Mr.Prime Minister?

Is it not Betrayal beyond governance and politics,Mr Prime Minister?

For me it is greater crime than the infamous Gujarat Genocide in which racial ethnic cleansing saw genocide of Indian citizens.Now,you are caught red handed killing the nation,I am afraid to say.

Rather as a superfine performer and orator,the US President addressed the heart and mind of those who supported him to make Martin Luther King`s dream.

As I have written Obama ne dulhania loot lee aur Modi raha gaye Bin DULHAN kurta par namawali Tank ke in my Hidi writeup last day.Please read my Hindi write up if published in HASTAkshep or just browse for my blogs.I have not to repeat the story.

I mean it literally that the gainer is Barack Hussein Obama who explained being named after literally while he referred indirectly Gujarat Genocide without naming Gujarat and it is all about his Bollywood connection as he said,BADE Bade deshon mein!

Then he directly referred to cent percent Hindutva agenda of RSS and mind you literally dismissed the Growth Saga projected by the Dow Chemical`s RSS branded Finance CEO of India,just appealing for communal harmony.

I am sorry to say that the Dog was more daring to blast the Parinde Par Naa Maar Sake claimed US monitored security for our guest of Honour with CIA,Mossad,M16,FBI and NASA involved.

The dog managed unprecedented media coverage and live footage, an excellent PR Job of course,without paying a pie!

We expected something different from the Prime Minister and he just reduced himself to a fashion statement that made Mrs Obama ashamed of.

Shame on you,as you have no respect for the Indian democracy,its secular setup and the landslide mandate!

Nevertheless,it is rather contrary to Obama`s appeal in defence of freedom of religion that we are shocked by the conspicuous absence of the words 'secular' and 'socialist' from the Indian constitution's preamble used in the customary advertisement in newspapers of 26th January, greeting people of India on the Republic Day. The advertisement has been issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Ministry and also carries a quotation by the Prime Minister.

At the time when the people of India, and even the global community, have genuine apprehensions about the secular character of the Indian democracy, which stands threatened by a right-wing government formed with less than one-third of the popular votes, this omission is utterly condemnable.

Secularism has been pivotal to the post-independent India, binding all communities together as equal citizens. Similarly, the word socialist was added to emphasize the social committments of the state in a country like India. These two values are non-negotiable and any attempt to dilute them would face strong resistance. We condemn the I & B Ministry and demand an apology from the govt for this mischievous advertisement on Republic Day.

Just read this ET Report!

CONFUSION GALORE OVER N-DEAL Barely two days after US President Barack Obama's visit, differing readings are emerging in New Delhi and Washington over the `breakthrough' nuclear deal

US President Barack Obama departed after three-days of intense negotiations and getting a taste of famed Indian hospitality in what was termed as a landmark visit in which logjam over operationalization of civil nuclear deal was removed different readings are emerging in the two capitals over the contours of the understanding.

The apparent US-India breakthrough this week was in narrowing differences on the liability issue. But barely two days into the "breakthrough" of the nuclear deal, there are different interpretations in Delhi and Washington over the deal that has been reached.While Indian officials led by Foreign Secretary said that `deal is done' clearing way for nuclear commerce and that US have agreed to lift its insistence on flagging, or tracking, the nuclear material supplied to India, US nuclear suppliers said the breakthrough is welcome but they are still reviewing the fine print with regard to concessions in the Liability Law. And no less than U.S. Ambassador Richard Verma was on record saying "it's up to the companies what to do".

Paris-based energy and nuclear policy consultant Mycle Schneider told news agency Associated Press that if anything substantive was agreed, "it's very unclear." A senior official of the Westinghouse – that would supply reactors for the 6,600-megawatt nuclear plant – said that there could be further delay in setting up the plant if there is no clear mandate from the government.

Besides the insurance pool to offset the Liability Law would also likely mean that commercial nuclear projects become more expensive, according to experts.

Noted foreign affairs expert and f o r m e r d i p l o m a t M K Bhadrakumar told ET that 'breakthrough' in nuclear deal cannot be described as a deliverable as different interpretations are emerging in two capitals. "In fact there was nothing substantive from this visit as the focus was largely on optics.

Obama is on weaker wicket at home and optics mean a lot for him," is what Bhadrakumar would analyse in a nutshell. He also claimed that there was not much in this visit for Modi's flagship Make in India program with US four billion dollar commitment as export credit line.

Describing Obama's remarks at Siri Fort today as indiscreet, the senior expert said, "this was not in right taste to sermon India on religious freedom. In fact this was third such indiscretion by Obama in three days. He talked about US policy towards Iran and Russia putting Modi at discomfort at public glare in a press meet."

The Obama Performance way ahead referred to Hindu Imperialism and its Brutal agenda without naming!

Thanks Obama!

Mind you,(Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama weighed in on one of India's most sensitive topics as he wound up a visit on Tuesday, making a plea for freedom of religion to be upheld in a country with a history of strife between Hindus and minorities.

Hours before boarding a flight to Saudi Arabia, Obama warned India not to stray from its constitutional commitment to allow people to freely "profess, practice and propagate" religion.

"India will succeed so long as it is not splintered along the lines of religious faith, as long as it is not splintered along any lines, and it is unified as one nation," he said in a townhall address to mostly young Indians.

Obama's speech, after three days in New Delhi aimed at cementing a strategic partnership, was widely interpreted as a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), whose rise to power emboldened activists to declare India a nation of Hindus.

He made no direct reference to Modi, who was banned from U.S. travel for nearly a decade until last year after deadly Hindu-Muslim violence in a state he ruled in 2002.

Lately, religious conversion has again become a divisive political issue, after hardliners with links to the BJP claimed Hinduism was under threat and started a campaign to convince Christians and Muslims to change their faith.

About a fifth of India's 1.27 billion people identify themselves as belonging to faiths other than Hinduism.

"The message is that India is a democratic country, it is not a Hindu country or a Christian country, it is all together, India has respect for all religions," said Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, a Muslim priest who heads the All India Imam Organisation, after the speech. He was standing with a Hindu holy man from one of India's pilgrimage towns, Rishikesh.

Modi has warned lawmakers from his own party to stop promoting controversial issues such as religious conversions and to focus on economic reforms, but Obama's message was quickly seized by political opponents of the prime minister.

"I do hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was listening to the speech carefully," said Manish Tewari of the opposition Congress party, criticising Hindu activists for promoting a "majoritarian ethos that goes against the grain of liberal democracy".


Obama and Modi's relaxed manner together during the visit was dubbed a "bromance" in India media, after the two men shared tea in a lotus garden, recorded a radio show together, and spent two hours chatting at a rain-splashed military parade.

In between, they sealed deals to unlock billions of dollars in nuclear trade and deepen defence ties, and Obama pledged $4 billion in financial backing to release the "untapped potential" of a partnership between the world's largest democracies.

Some of that financing is to help Modi meet his own ambitious goals to use more renewable energy, especially solar, as fast-growing India's carbon emissions rise.

However, during the visit, India did not commit to a peak emissions target of the kind China and the United States agreed to in November.

"Here's the truth: even if countries like the United States curb our emissions, if growing countries like India - with soaring energy needs - don't also embrace cleaner fuels, then we don't stand a chance against climate change," Obama said.

On Monday, he became the first U.S. president to attend India's annual Republic Day parade, a show of military might long associated with Cold War anti-Americanism.

Obama's presence at the parade signalled Modi's willingness to end India's traditional reluctance to get too close to any big power. Instead, he is seeking close ties with them all, even as he pushes back against a more assertive China and take sides on other global issues.A joint U.S.-India policy statement that focused on free navigation in the South China Sea highlighted this more muscular diplomacy.


Obama said the United States would stand first in line for the trade and investment opportunities that will spring from the economic reform drive under Modi.

"America wants to be your partner in igniting the next wave of Indian growth. As India pursues reforms to encourage more trade and investment, we'll be the first in line," he told the townhall, attended by Michelle Obama and Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi.

Praising the non-violence tenets of Mahatma Gandhi, Obama touched during his speech on the treatment of women, an issue that has troubled India since the horrific gang rape and murder of a student on a bus in New Delhi two years ago.

"Every daughter deserves the same chance as our sons," he said. "And every woman should be able to go about her day — to walk the street, or ride the bus — and be safe and be treated with the respect and dignity. She deserves that."

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