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Understanding conflicts Religion Prabhatism

Understanding conflicts Religion Prabhatism
[b]Bahavath Geetha[/b]

Our supremo gives new definition for pottu. Our Master Ideologist and our Supremo are creating new religion.

First our enemy
1) Three Organisations are immediate threat to the liberation.
2) Next immediate threat was educated, high cast & who can challenge them.

Temple Trustee provides names of his ‘would be’ assassins

A London Hindu Temple Trustee provides names of suspects who may be after to kill him to stop raising objection to the temple ownership claimed by the proxies of the Tamil Tiger outfit in Vanni.

India, Sri Lanka, Thailand withdraw tsunami warning

By D P Kamat in New Delhi

Shortly before day break India and Sri Lanka have withdrawn the Tsunami warning issued late Monday night after a 8.2 strong earth quake struck Sumatra.

Australian Special Broadcasting Service turned into LTTE propaganda machinery.

The Tamil Radio Service of the state sponsored Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) has become the mouthpiece of LTTE, the Sri Lankan Tamil terrorist organisation which has been banned by the Australian Government.

Coastal India, Sri Lanka on alert amidst fears of Tsunami as earthquake strikes Sumatra on Monday night

From M Rama Rao - Reporting for Asian Tribune from New Delhi

India and Sri Lankan governments have activated their entire administration machinery amidst fears of a Tsunami as earthquake struck off Sumatra coast on Monday night. Within less than an hour of the first tremor, the Indian home ministry activated its tsunami control room.

Indian leadership is angry over US sale of F-16s to Pakistan

From D P Kamat – Reporting from New Delhi

The entire Indian establishment is not hiding its disappointment and unhappiness over the US decision to sell F-16 fighter aircraft to Pakistan.

Thaw looks possible in Bihar as JD (U) and LJP resume negotiations for government formation.

From Narendra Kaushik- Reporting from New Delhi

Even 21 days after central rule was imposed in Bihar, a state in North east of India, politicians in the state are making efforts to cobble together a popular government.

India urges China to implement 13-year old MoU.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting From New Delhi

India has requested China to implement an old Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which has not been executed since 1992 when the Agriculture ministries of the two countries signed it.

More hurdles in the way early SAARC summit, Sri Lank finds date after April unsuitable

By D P Kamat in New Delhi

After India it is going to be Sri Lanka turn to contribute to stalling this year’s SAARC summit.

Tsunami threats not over yet – experts

From our Science correspondents

A difference of just a few degrees in the latest earthquake saved the Asian regions from another major disaster on the scale of December 26, 2004. The Boxing Day earthquake was on the magnitude of 9.2. Today’s earthquake was 8.7, according to Tokyo Earthquake Information Centre.