yoga-yogiChief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said “no Indian should be hesitant” about being proud of his or her Hindu identity. Addressing an event on ‘Hindvi Swaraj Diwas’, organised at Lucknow University on the anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s coronation, Adityanath asked if like Hinduism, any other religion can claim its voice for ahimsa (non - violence), Abhay (fearless) and Satya (truth)  the three pillars of ‘Hindu satan Sanskriti’.

Referring to Swami Vivekanand’s speech in Chicago, he said: “At Chicago, when asked about Hinduism, Swami Vivekanand had said that he was proud to be a Hindu. I believe that no Indian should be hesitant about this.”

He added that the aim of Hinduism is ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’. “Hindu is the merit ras dharna going towards the ocean of truth… Ahimsa, Abhay and say are the three pillars of Hindu Sanatan Sanskriti, and that is why we feel proud in being a Hindu,” he said.

Claiming that “distorted portrayal of history has tried to bound our great personalities”, Adityanath said: “But true history is where we remember those heroes centuries after they are gone and today, this function tells that Shivaji was great and Aurangzeb was not.”

Governor Ram Naik, who was also present at the event, said that last year, during the same function, he inaugurated a grand statue of Shivaji in the university. He asked the university to hold for this program at a bigger level.

“Shivaji’s name is on top of world’s best strategists. He was a truly secular leader with a lot of Muslims (holding) important designations during his regime,” he added.

Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, Uttarakhand leader Bhagat Singh Koshyari and University Vice - Chancellor S P Singh were among the others present at the event.

source: indianexpress news

Posted On Thursday, 08 June 2017 07:27

sushma-swarajWith at least seven killed in a deadly attack on the Iranian parliament, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj spoke to Iran Foreign Minister Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif and offered her condolences.

"In a prescheduled telephone conversation with Foreign Minister of Iran H.E. Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj condemned today's terrorist attacks on the institution of democracy and spirituality in Tehran. She offered sincere condolences on the loss of innocent lives and expressed solidarity with the people and the government of Iran," read an official statement.

Meanwhile, the Tehran Security Council has convened an emergency meeting after two terror attacks were reported on the Iranian Majlis and Imam Khomeini Mausoleum respectively on Wednesday.

Seven people have reportedly been killed in the attack on the Iranian parliament, the Tasnim news agency has reported, quoting sources on the ground.

As per initial local media reports, the gunmen opened their way into the parliament building by shooting at the guards.

According to Tasnim, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) hostage rescue teams have killed one of the four attackers inside the parliament.

IRNA news agency quoted the Head of Imam Khomeini Mausoleum Public Relations Office Ali Khalili, as saying that one of the armed men detonated himself in front of a bank outside the mausoleum.

An official said the meeting is being held to examine both incidents.

source: catchnews

Posted On Thursday, 08 June 2017 07:01

iran parliament newsAt least one gunman opened fire inside the Iranian parliament on Wednesday, wounding several people, state media reported.

There were mixed reports, with some local news agencies reporting there was a single shooter inside the Tehran parliamentary complex and others saying there were three men armed with rifles and a pistol. News agencies ISNA and Fars said three people had been shot, including at least one security guard.

Meanwhile, an armed man burst into the mausoleum of Iranian revolutionary founder Ruhollah Khomeini today and shot several people, state media reported.

source:  ndtvnews

Posted On Thursday, 08 June 2017 06:23

trumpDuring his previous service at the Department of Justice, Christopher was the leader of major fraud investigations, and was a key part of the team overseeing the Justice Department’s actions in the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attacks,” Trump said in a statement.

“He is an impeccably qualified individual, and I know that he will again serve his country as a fierce guardian of the law and model of integrity once the Senate confirms him to lead the FBI".Wray represented New Jersey Gov.Chris Christie in the wake of the Bridgegate scandal. Christie told that he had “the utmost confidence in Chris".

“He’s an outstanding lawyer,” Christie said. “He has absolute integrity and honesty, and I think that the president certainly would not be making a mistake if he asked Chris Wray to be FBI director".

Wray was interviewed for the job last week, the White House said. Trump was also said to have considered politicians including Sen. John Cornyn, Rep. Trey Gowdy and mostly notably, former Sen. Joe Lieberman. He appeared to reverse course following pushback from Democrats.

Trump’s critics on both sides of the aisle including Matthew Miller, who served as Justice Department spokesman under former Attorney General Eric Holder, and Jack Goldsmith, who served alongside Wray in the Justice Department during the Bush administration praised the president’s decision to tap Wray.

The president fired former FBI Director James Comey, who had been leading an investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, last month.Andrew McCabe, who started with the FBI in 1996 and served as deputy director under Comey, was named the acting director at the time. Former FBI Director Robert Mueller took over the bureau’s investigation of the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia after Comey was fired. Comey is set to testify in front of the Senate on Thursday and is expected to be probed about the White House’s handling of the investigation.

News Source: Huffpost News

Posted On Thursday, 08 June 2017 06:04

MP Farmers newsThe Madhya Pradesh government is struggling to restore calm after five farmers were shot in clashes yesterday in the central city of Mandsaur, about 325 km from the capital of Bhopal. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan used Twitter to appeal to farmers to end the violence that has marked the strike they began on June 1, demanding debt relief and better prices for their produce. Opposition parties including the Left and the Congress have said the deaths yesterday prove that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has no strategy to help farmers.

Source : ndtv news

Posted On Thursday, 08 June 2017 05:29
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