Very soon all signs of Hinduism Ashok chakra Lotus will vanish In a move that touches the pit’s bottom, UPA g has changed the emblem of the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan from Lotus and shining Sun to Cross and Crescent. And this has been done in the name of “broader reflection of national ethos.” The Board of Governors of KVS in its 79th meeting held on 26.6.2008 approved the new logo and a circular was sent to all the offices and schools of the Sangathan on July 17, 2008, to change the emblem in all the publications and communications. Though the chairman of KVS, HRD Minister Arjun Singh did not attend the meeting, the minutes of the meeting stated that the emblem has been approved by the chairman. His deputy Shri Md Ali Ashraf Fatmi, Minister of State, HRD & Deputy Chairman, was also not present at the meeting. The circular issued by the Asst. Commissioner (Acad I), KVS, said “in order to give a broader reflection of national ethos and ought (sic) to be inclusive of challenges, opportunities, rationalistic, scientific and global thinking, advances in science & technology and social changes taking place in the society” (sic) the new emblem has been created.The picture shows a book with blank pages, and apparently two human forms emerging from globe. The crescent (an Islamic symbol) N two crosses and stars (Christian) are obvious.UPA govt released coins of Rs 2 denomination with cross on them. There was reportedly even a surreptitious move to change nationalSatyameva Jayate
Re: Look how he removed Lotus from KV symbol
by dhandu on Mar 28, 2009 11:10 PM
Do U know trecent take over of Chidambaram temple by non-hindus
The recent Take over of Chidambaram temple by non-hindus and aestheists on Tamilnadu shocks our conscience. In many ways the ‘dravadian (by logical corollary ‘non indian’) heavily campaign against Hinduism and Hindu Symbols bears resemblance to the actions of the Taliban against non-islamic symbols (Bamiyan Buddha statues) in Afghanistan. Under international outcry even the Talibans halted their destruction of the statues, but in India the same set of politicians are now keeping quite. Needless to say every attack on Hinduism and a section of the Hindu society (dubiously called as ‘upper caste’) is packaged as social justice! Sp great is the fear of ‘caste, votebanks, that even parties professing support fo Hindutva are refusing to consider the just and fair rights of the Unreserved Class Hindus. Things have gone so far that none of them are even willing to consider the Unreserved Class Hindus as Citizens.
Re: Arjun Singh sidelined
by manish ashar on Mar 29, 2009 11:15 AM
it is heard that rahul has given orders to ignore this old man completely as he has not been of any use except creating trouble due to quotas etc.
arjun is on his way out but he will not go with dignity. he doesnt have any dignity inspite of being a 'singh'.
राहुल को पता है की लातों के भूत बातों से नहीं मानते.
Re: Arjun Singh sidelined
by Desh Premi on Mar 28, 2009 11:14 PM
One may fault Indira Gandhi on several counts but in her passionate commitment to preserve the integrity of the nation she was matchless and unimpeachable. She instinctively knew that implementing the recommendations of the Mandal Commission would deeply divide this country on the caste basis that may even threaten its unity. She, therefore, consigned the Mandal report to the dustbin. It would have remained there forever had not VP Singh dusted it out and gave it a new lease of life to don the mantle of the ‘messiah of the backward class’. The open confrontation we see now between the political class and the judiciary is threatening to blow up into a constitutional crisis over the OBC quota issue. The social turmoil it has unleashed has vindicated the stand taken by Indira Gandhi on this issue. If the Congress party cherishes the ideals for which Indira Gandhi stood, it should desist from lending support to the OBC reservation act, irrespective of its impact on its electoral prospects.