Saturday, April 27, 2013

vsk chennai sandesh

Chennai Sandesh
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April 26, 2013



A series of successful Hindu Bandhs
The Hindu response in Tamilnadu has come of age, so to say.  Bandh after bandh called by Hindu organisations turns out to be a total success.  Traders shut down, spiritual leaders hit the road in support of Hindus in general view Hindu organisations has protractors of their rights.  These are the observations one finds after the two recent protest bandhs in Tamilnadu.  The bandhs were called to condemn attacks on Hindu activists.  The latest attack was on Sri M R Gandhi a BJP Karyakarthaka of Nagercoil town, the headquarters of Kanyakumari district observed a total bandh.  Earlier, Coimbatore, Tirupur, Nilgiris districts observe similar bandhs against such attacks.  Remarkable was the head of a centuries’ old shaivite mutt went all the way to hospital where Hindu activists were undergoing treatment after they were attacked by Jihadi elements.
A boon to cow protection activists
A learned Judge of the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court gave a verdict that goes a long way in encouraging activists of cow protection.  The Judge remarked, among other things, “cows impounded should not be returned to butchers or traders; the truck should be impounded and the Licence of the truck drivers to be revoked”.  It was in a case where an NGO saved, in a sub-urb of Chennai, 200 heads of cattle from being transported to Kerala for slaughter.  It so happened that the policemen on the spot id not know under what section the transporters and traders of the cattle should be dealt with.  Swayamsevaks provided quick legal assistance and the illegal traders were booked under proper sections.  It came to the notice of all concerned that it is a multi-state scandal.  The cattles were procured from Orissa.  Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu are the usual route for the illegal trade that takes the hapless animals to Kerala for slaughter.
Vijay TV does it again, vilifies culture
"It is precisely for this purpose that the Star TV company is running the Tamil entertainment channel Vijay TV”—this was the comment about a recent episode of ‘Kaun banega crorepati (tamil version)’.  The anchor was film star Prakash Raj.  The couple of cine stars Kamal Hasan and Gautami were the guests of the day.  In answer to a question by the anchor, Kamal Hasan said he did not marry Gautami but Gautami and himself were living together. When Prakash Raj invited audience response, a woman expressed her desire to embrace Kamal Hasan.  She was allowed to do so with all cameras whirring and it was telecasted.  The woman further said that she had sent out her husband out of the studio so that she could achieve this feat.  Lakhs of viewers had to view this and get angry.  It was the usual culture-conscious outfits that took up this brazen drama of unethical propaganda.

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