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Shivraj Patil
Shivraj Patil

In office
22 May 2004 – present
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
Preceded by Lal Krishna Advani

In office
10 July 199122 May 1996
Preceded by Rabi Ray
Succeeded by P.A. Sangma

In office
15 January 19802 December 1989
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
Rajiv Gandhi
Preceded by Pranab Mukherjee
Succeeded by Shankarrao Chavan

Born October 12, 1935 (1935-10-12) (age 72)
Maharashtra, British India
Political party Indian National Congress
Occupation Politician

Shri Shivraj V. Patil (born October 12, 1935) is the Union Minister of Home Affairs in the Manmohan Singh government. He belongs to the Indian National Congress party.

Early Life

Patil was born in 1935 in the village of Chakur in the Latur district (Marathwada region) of Maharashtra. He attended Osmania University, Hyderabad, earning a graduation degree in Science and studied Law at the Bombay University. During 1967-69, he was involved in local government (Latur Municipality).

Patil belongs to the Lingayat community spread across Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. He married late Smt. Vijaya Patil in June 1963.

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Congress Working Committee

The Highest Decision-Making Body of the Congress Party

Hon'ble Congress President

Smt. Sonia Gandhi
10 Janpath,
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019080 Extn. 441, 23792263
Tel(R) : 23014481, 23014161
Fax : 23018651

Members

Dr. Manmohan Singh
7, Race Course Road
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23018907, 23019334
Tel(R) : 23018939, 23011156
Tel(New Delhi) : 23017660, 23019817 (PH)

Shri A. K. Antony, MP
9, Krishna Menon Marg
New Delhi-110011
Tel(o) : 0471-2311600
Tel(R) : 0471-2329303
Tel(New Delhi) : 23013611-13-14
Fax : 23013612 (R)

Shri Ahmed Patel, MP
23, Mother Teresa Crescent
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23014669
Fax : 23793801

Smt. Ambika Soni, MP
22, Akbar Road
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23710431, 23718310
Tel(R) : 23014800, 26496218

Shri Arjun Singh, MP
17, Akbar Road
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23782698, 23782387
Tel(R) : 23017340, 23016516

Shri Ashok Gehlot, Ex-CM
15, Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Road
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23792376
Tel(R) : 23094900

Shri B. K. Hari Prasad, MP
AB-5, Pandara Road
New Delhi-110003
Tel(o) : 23793660
Tel(R) : 23782324

Shri Digvijaya Singh, Ex-CM
115-117, South Avenue
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019373
Tel(R) : 23018655

Shir G. Venkataswamy, MP
7-B, Janpath
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23792682, 23795058

Shri Janardan Dwivedi, MP
AB-89, Shahjahan Road
New Delhi-110011
Tel(o) : 23019320
Tel(R) : 23073848

Shri Kishore Chandra Deo, MP
64, Lodhi Estate
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019080
Tel(R) : 24635686
Mobile : 9868180212

Smt. Margaret Alva
12, Safdarjung Lane
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23016168
Tel(R) : 23792777

Smt. Mohsina Kidwai, MP
80, Lodi Estate
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019080
Tel(R) : 24694785, 24694787

Shri Motilal Vora, MP
33, Lodhi Estate
New Delhi.
Tel(o) : 23792375, 23017137
Tel(R) : 24651313, 24623838

Shri Mukul Wasnik, Ex-MP
D-I/35, Ravinder Nagar
New Delhi.
Tel(o) : 23018278
Tel(R) : 0712-2242197
Mobile : 9811658584

Shri Pranab Mukherjee, MP
13, Talkatora Road
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23737623, 23731684

Shri Prithviraj Chavan, MP
11, Race Course Road
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019080
Tel(R) : 23013124, 23013125

Shri Rahul Gandhi, MP
12, Tughlak Lane
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23019056
Tel(R) : 23795161
Fax : 23012410

Shri Saif-ud-Din Soz, MP
12 Akbar Road
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23012786, 23014786
Mobile : 9868181333

Shri Shivraj Patil, MP
4, Janpath
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23794842, 23793716

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Smt. Urmila Singh
C-I/5, Lodhi Garden
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 24635721
Tel(R) : 0755-2777477
Tel(New Delhi) : 24649495 (Delhi)
Mobile : 09425011124, 9871360464, 9868260417

Shri V. Narayanasamy, MP
C-1/19, Humayun Road
New Delhi.
Tel(o) : 23015947
Tel(R) : 24617551, 24617552

Permanent Invitees

Sh. Ajit Jogi, MP
3, Motilal Nehru Marg
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23795046, 23012549
Mobile : 9868180905

Shri Ajay Maken, MP
18, Pt. Pant Marg
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23315699, 23315655
Mobile : 9810707989

Shri Arun Kumar Vundavalli, MP
187, South Avenue,
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 23782548, 23795075
Mobile : 9868180171

Shri C. K. Jaffer Sharief
37, South Avenue
New Delhi
Tel(R) : 080-25567300
Tel(New Delhi) : 23019425 (Delhi)
Mobile : 09845499999

Shri Devendra Nath Dwivedi, Ex-MP
221, Supreme Enclave
Mayur Vihar, Phase-I
Delhi
Tel(R) : 22790438, 22750952

Dr. Karan Singh, MP
3, Nyay Marg
Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
Tel(o) : 23016366
Tel(R) : 26111744, 261115291

Shri K. Karunakaran
Kalyani House'
Y.M.R. Road, Devasam Board Junction
Kavadayar PO, Thiruvananthapuram

ACTUAL IDENTITY

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Shivraj Patil

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Shivraj Patil outside the Indian Parliament

Shivraj Patil is the Union Home Minister in the Manmohan Singh government. He belongs to the Indian National Congress. He became Home Minister in 2004.

A former Lok Sabha speaker (1991-1996), Shivraj Patil lost in the 2004 polls from Latur constituency in Maharashtra, but has still landed up the second most important position in the Union Cabinet -- that of the Home Minister.

First inducted in the Indira Gandhi-led government in 1980-82 as Minister of State for Defence, he was given independent charge of the Commerce Ministry between 1982-83, from where he was shifted to Science and Technology.

In the Rajiv Gandhi government, he was Minister for Personnel, Defence production and later held independent charge of Civil Aviation and Tourism.

He has also held a number of important positions in the party ever since Sonia Gandhi took over the presidentship of the party. He largely known for introducing the The Outstanding Parliamentarian Award, India in 1995. He was the chairman of the manifesto committee of the party during the 1999 Lok Sabha election.

And he comes to the Union Cabinet with substantial legislative experience and has that unique distinction of being Speaker of both the Maharashtra Assembly and the Lok Sabha. He attended Osmania University, Hyderabad, earning a graduation degree in Science and studyied Law at the Bombay University.


Biographical Sketch
Member of Parliament
13th Lok Sabha





PATIL, SHRI SHIVRAJ V.
[INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS - LATUR (MAHARASHTRA)]


Father’s Name Late Shri Vishwanath Rao

Mother’s Name Smt. Bhagiriti Bai

Date of Birth 12 October 1935

Place of Birth Vill. Chakur, Tehsil Latur,

Distt. Latur (Maharashtra)

Marital Status Married

Date of Marriage 3 June 1963

Spouse’s Name Late Smt. Vijaya Patil

No. of Sons One

No. of Daughters One(LATE)

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Shivraj Patil's daughter commits suicide
8 May 2002, 0352 hrs IST, TNN
BANGALORE: Deputy Leader of Congress party in the Lok Sabha Shivraj Patil's daughter, Sapna B. Patil (35) committed suicide at her husband's house in Bangalore's posh Vasanth Nagar area on Tuesday afternoon.
Sapna was married to Basavaprabhu S.Patil, a practising advocate at the Karnataka High Court and the younger son of Supreme Court Judge Justice Shivraj Patil. She hanged herself to death with a sari from the ceiling fan in their bedroom.
"We are yet to ascertain why she committed suicide," the police said. The mother-in-law and maid servant who saw her, rushed to the hospital, but she was declared dead on arrival, the police said.
Chief Minister S.M. Krishna visited Mahaveer Jain Hospital where Sapna was taken after she was found hanging. He consoled the family members.
Sapna, who is a law graduate married Basavaprabhu in 1994 when her father was the Lok Sabha Speaker. She practised as an advocate at the Karnataka High Court for a while after marriage, before she quit.
The Patils have a 6-year-old daughter and 10-day-old son. The former Lok Sabha speaker and his family members arrived in Bangalore late on Tuesday night. Post-mortem will be done at the Bowring Hospital on Wednesday.
After her delivery, she had developed suicidal tendencies, the police added.

Bangalore

Last rites of Sapna Patil performed
8 May 2002, 2310 hrs IST, TNN

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BANGALORE: The final rites of Sapna Basavaprabhu Patil, daughter of former Lok Sabha Speaker Shivraj Patil, was performed at her in-law's farmhouse in the outskirts of Bangalore on Wednesday.
The police handed over Sapna's body to her family members after the post-mortem examination on Wednesday. Sapna's father, Shivraj Patil, father-in-law Justice Shivraj Patil who is the sitting judge of the Supreme Court, husband Basavaprabhu Patil, a practising advocate at the Karnataka High Court, religious heads, dignitaries, ministers, politicians,

other members of the family and friends were present at the burial ceremony.

It is learnt that the former speaker's family members have told the DCP (Central) Gopal B.Hosur that they have no complaint against Sapna's husband and his family members over her suicide.

"We have not registered any case against the husband or his family members. After the post-mortem report comes, we will file a report to the court," a senior police officer said.
Sapna, mother of a six-year-old daughter, delivered a baby boy recently. She killed herself at her husband's house in Vasanthnagar on Tuesday and post-natal depression is said to be the reason behind the suicide.
Sapna who graduated in law from Mumbai married Basavaprabhu in 1994 and came to Bangalore.

Educational B.Sc., LL.M.
Qualifications Educated at Osmania University, Hyderabad and Bombay
University, Mumbai

Profession Advocate, Agriculturist, Political and Social Worker and Hony.
Professor of Law

Permanent Address ‘DEO GHAR’, Sadbhavna Nagar, Ausa Road,
Latur-413 512 (Maharashtra)
Tels. (02382) 43392, 43292

Present Address 4, Janpath,
New Delhi-110 001
Tels. (011) 3794833, 3794842

Positions Held

1967-69, President, Municipality, Latur
1971 and 1972

1972-79 Member, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (two terms)

1974-75 Chairman, Public Undertakings Committee
1975-76 Deputy Minister, Law and Judiciary, Irrigation and Protocol, Maharashtra

1977-78 Deputy Speaker, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly

1978-79 Speaker, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly

1980 Elected to 7th Lok Sabha

May-Sept. 1980 Member, Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members
of Parliament

Sept.-Oct. 1980 Chairman, Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members
of Parliament

1980-82 Union Minister of State, Defence

1982-83 Union Minister of State, Commerce (Independent Charge)

1983-84 Union Minister of State, Science and Technology, Atomic Energy, Electronics,
Space and Ocean Development

1984 Re-elected to 8th Lok Sabha (2nd term)

1984-86 Union Minister of State, Science and Technology, Space, Atomic Energy,
Electronics, Ocean Development and Bio Technology

1985 Union Minister of State, Personnel and Training, Public Grievances and
Pensions and Administrative Reforms

1986-88 Union Minister of State, Defence Production

1988-89 Union Minister of State, Civil Aviation and Tourism (Independent Charge)

1989 Re-elected to 9th Lok Sabha (3rd term)

1990-91 Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha
Chairman, Library Committee
Chairman, Committee on Private Members’ Bills and Resolutions
Member, General Purposes Committee
Member, Business Advisory Committee

1991 Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (4th term)

1991-96 Speaker, Lok Sabha
Chairman, (i) Business Advisory Committee; (ii) Rules Committee; and
(iii) General Purposes Committee; and Standing Committee of the
Conference of Presiding Officers of the Legislative Bodies in India;
President, (i) Indian Parliamentary Group; (ii) National Group of Inter-
Parliamentary Union; and (iii) India Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association

1996 Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (5th term)

1996-98 Member, Committee on Defence

1998 Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (6th term)

1998-99 Member, Committee on External Affairs
Member, Rules Committee
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of External Affairs

1999 Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (7th term)

1999-2000 Chairman, Committee on Finance
Member, Committee of Privileges
Member, General Purposes Committee

2000 onwards Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs

Books Published

(i) Reminiscences and Reflections; (ii) Emerging Vision of India; (iii) Ecstasy and Agony of a
Presiding Officer; and (iv) Fragrance of Innerself

Special Interests

Reading and writing

Favourite Pastime and Recreation

Reading, painting and farming

Sports and Clubs

Swimming, horse-riding and shooting

Countries Visited

Widely travelled (41 countries); Leader, Indian Parliamentary Delegation to, (i) 86th Inter-Parliamentary
Conference, Santiago, Chile, 1991; (ii) 38th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Nassau, Bahamas,
1992; (iii) 39th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Cyprus, 1993; (iv) 90th Inter-Parliamentary
Conference, Canberra, Australia, 1993; (v) 40th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Banff,
Canada, 1994; (vi) 41st Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1995;
(vii) 94th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Bucharest, Romania, 1995; and (viii) Special Session of the
Inter-Parliamentary Council on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, New
York, 1995; and attended Conference of SAARC Speakers, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1992; also led
Indian Parliamentary Delegations to several countries, 1991-95

Other Information

During the tenure of his Speakership of Lok Sabha, India had the privilege of hosting in New Delhi
as many as four major International Parliamentary Conferences, viz. (i) 37th Commonwealth
Parliamentary Conference, September 1991; (ii) 89th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, April 1993;
(iii) Sixth Commonwealth Parliamentary Seminar, January 1994; and (iv) First Conference of the
Association of SAARC Speakers and Parliamentarians, July 1995; he took initiative and formulated
the scheme for creating seventeen Departmentally Related Standing Committees of Parliament which
were formally inaugurated on 31 March 1993; gave a new thrust to the ongoing computerisation and
modernisation of Lok Sabha Secretariat, especially the information service to the members and they
were provided with computers to get instant and up-to-date information on a wide range of activities;
initiated and got started the construction of a modern ‘Parliament Library Building’ to cater to the
information needs of the members; another initiative undertaken by him was the starting of televising
of parliamentary proceedings in the first instance and later live telecast of Lok Sabha proceedings
since 25 August 1994 within a range of 15 km. from Parliament House, besides the live telecast of
the Question Hour of both the Houses of Parliament on alternate weeks throughout India; got set up a
modernised state-of-the-art studio for televising parliamentary proceedings through robotic
cameras; took personal interest by conceptualising and directing six films on parliamentary practice
and procedures produced by the Lok Sabha Secretariat; took initiative in starting fellowship
awards by the Lok Sabha Secretariat to the researchers conducting studies on subjects related to
parliamentary institutions; Vice-President, CSIR, 1983-86




Election Result of Latur Lok Sabha Constituency

Total electorate 10,97,130
Total votes polled 7,94,945
Poll percentage 72.46%
Valid votes 7,53,109

Votes polled in favour of the first four leading candidates:

(1) Shri Shivraj V. Patil (I.N.C.) 3,14,213 41.72%
(2) Dr. Gopalrao Vitthalrao Patil (B.J.P.) 2,73,923 36.37%
(3) Shri Pasha Patel (N.C.P.) 1,55,816 20.69%
(4) Shri Kadam Rajendra Ganpati (Ind.) 5,103 0.68%

Sad Days

Evil stars seem to be dogging the footsteps of the Indian National Congress. The nation was shocked to read in the morning newspapers of the May 10, about the tragic death of Ritu Singh, 31 year old fashion designer, daughter of the Congress leader K. Natwar Singh. She was reported to have committed suicide at the Singhs' Vasant Vihar residence in New Delhi by hanging herself. It was the second tragedy which struck the household of the former Foreign Minister. Earlier his daughter-in-law, Natasha Singh had committed suicide by jumping from the terrace of a New Delhi five star hotel.

In between, one of the best known Congress leaders, former Lok Sabha Speaker, Shiv Raj Patil's daughter Swapna was reported to have committed suicide in Bangalore. She, like Ritu was said to bee suffering from depression, a killer that has taken a heavy toll of VIP sons and daughters.

Tragedy strikes Natwar Singh's family again
9 May 2002, 2335 hrs IST,TIMES NEWS NETWORK & AGENCIES

struck the Natwar Singh family again. The Congress leader's daughter, Ritu Singh, was found dead at her posh South Delhi residence on Thursday.
Ritu Singh, 30, who was unmarried and worked as a fashion designer in London, apparently committed suicide at her father's posh Vasant Vihar home, the police said. Ritu was found dead in her first floor room at around
7.30 pm.
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Normal"> Natwar Singh, a heart patient, complained of chest pain on hearing the news. However, doctors later said his condition was "okay" and that he was being treated at home.
Ritu's death comes less than two months after the Congress leader's estranged daughter-in-law, Natasha Singh, was found dead in a five-star hotel in the city.
Ritu's family lawyer R K Anand said she was suffering from depression and was being treated by a renowned doctor in
London. "Ritu was supposed to take her medicines around 6.30 pm. When the maid went to give the medicine, she didn't answer. The door was broken and her body was found hanging," Anand said. Ritu's friends said she was close to Natasha Singh, and had been instrumental in getting her brother, Jagat, married to Natasha.
Speaking off the record, the police, however, said that she had hanged herself with the belt of her nightgown. Police sources said there were ligature marks on her neck but there was no suicide note. Ritu's body was discovered when her maid, Surinder Kaur, tried to open the door but found it locked from inside. Kaur informed family members who broke open the door, the police said.
Several political leaders, including Congress President Sonia Gandhi and her senior party colleagues - Union Minister Vasundhara Raje and her nephew, Jyotiraditya Scindia, and the Chief Ministers of Delhi and Punjab Sheila Dixit and Amrinder Singh - visited Natwar Singh's house in Vasant Vihar.
Thursday's incident would be the third unnatural death of a relative of a senior Congress leader in the recent past. On Tuesday, the daughter of Shivraj Patil, Congress deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, committed suicide in
Bangalore. In 2000, the daughter of another Congress leader Ajit Jogi hanged herself.
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Saturday, May 13, 2000,
Chandigarh, India

Jogi’s daughter commits suicide
INDORE, May 12 (PTI) — Congress party spokesman Ajit Jogi’s 20-year-old daughter Anusha allegedly committed suicide here today, the police said. Anusha is said to have taken the extreme step at Mr Jogi’s residence in the posh Residency Area at around 10 am. She hanged herself to death in the bathroom of the residence, allotted in the name of Mr Jogi’s wife, Dr Renu Jogi. Additional Superintendent of Police Jaideep Prasad said, “So far no reason has been cited for the suicide nor has any note been found in the residence”.


Saturday, May 11, 2002, Chandigarh, India


Death by suffocation confirmed


A Delhi police ambulance carrying the body of Ritu Singh from her residence in New Delhi on Thursday night. — PTI photo

New Delhi, May 10
Ritu Singh, daughter of senior Congress leader Natwar Singh, who reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself in her bedroom last evening was cremated today at the Lodhi Road crematorium here .

The pyre was lit by her elder brother, Jagat Singh, whose estranged wife Natasha Singh had also committed suicide less than two months ago by jumping from the terrace of the Hyat Regency hotel here. The cremation was attended by Ritu’s maternal uncle and Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt Amarinder Singh, Mr Bhajan Lal, Mr Ashok Gehlot, CM of Rajasthan, Mr Salman Khursheed,

Mr Bansi Lal,

Swami Agnivesh and other senior leaders and bigwigs of the Capital.

Ms Priyanka Gandhi and the Vice-President of India, Mr Krishan Kant, visited Natwar Singh’s House to console the family last evening.

The cremation was done after a post-mortem was conducted by a panel of three doctors in Safdarjung Hospital. The post-mortem report confirmed that Ritu Singh died due to hanging from a cupboard in her room.

The post-mortem was completed by 1 pm after which the body was taken to Natwar Singh’s house in Vasant Vihar. After the rituals, the body was taken to crematorium at 3.45 pm and consigned to flames after 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, the South-West district police has started investigations to know the reasons that led Ritu Singh to commit suicide. As no suicide note was recovered from her possession, it has questioned relatives, friends, acquaintances and the domestic help to ascertain the cause of her taking such an extreme step. The investigators are also planning to talk to Ritu’s friends in London where she had been taking treatment for depression for the past around 10 years.

The police said that family members believed though Ritu was a patient of depression, her mental state did not suggest that she could have committed suicide.

The police also believes that Natasha’s death could be one of the main reasons for aggravating her depression as she was close to her. TNS

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In memory of Comrade Shankar Guha Niyogi

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More than six years after Shankar Guha Niyogi was murdered in the dead of the night, his ashes still await immersion. His comrades in the Chhatisgarh Mukti Morcha (CMM), the movement of workers and peasants that he led for nearly two decades, decided that his ashes would be immersed only when his killers were punished. The recent decision of the Madhya Pradesh high court means that the struggle for justice will not end very soon.

The high court has exonerated all the six accused, claiming lack of evidence of their involvement, and in doing so has struck down a judgement of the addl. district and sessions court finding all the six guilty. The lower court found enough evidence to award the death sentence to the man who fired the gun and life sentences to the other five, including two prominent industrialists charged with planning and funding the murder. The order painted a chilling picture of the series of murderous attacks on CMM workers organised by the local industrialists, culminating in the murder of Niyogi.

This judgement was no less than historic in a country where murderers, rapists, and criminals of all hues get away with impunity, and the bigger they are, the easier they escape. This was reversed by the Madhya Pradesh high court to restore "justice" Indian-style.

Why was Comrade Niyogi killed? The answer to that lies in the movement of mine workers, industrial workers, peasants and agricultural labourers he led, the Chattisgarh Mukti Morcha, a movement which laid the basis for a new kind of society in the heart of India.

Chattisgarh, comprising seven eastern districts of Madhya Pradesh, is one of the wealthiest and one of the poorest regions of India. It is known as the rice bowl of Madhya Pradesh for its fertile soil, in which many of the most prized traditional varieties of rice grow.

Its densely forested hills have some of India's richest deposits of iron ore, coal, bauxite and many other minerals, as a result of which a large number of mining and mineral-based industries, both public and private sector, have sprung up there. Yet, with only 12% of its agricultural land irrigated, drought is a frequent visitor and every year thousands of desperate rural families migrate to the ever-burgeoning slums of its industrial centres, increasing the pool of cheap labour there. 90% of its industrial workforce consists of contract labourers, earning starvation wages and living and working in the most inhuman conditions imaginable.

One of the most industrially developed parts of Madhya Pradesh, it is also one of the most backward in terms of per capita income, average literacy levels and the health of its people. In other words, Chattisgarh is typical of the Indian ruling classes' vision of development as plunder -- a rich, fertile region transformed into an environmental and human disaster zone.

It was this destructive vision that Niyogi and the CMM challenged. The CMM grew out of a spontaneous strike of the manual workers of the Dalli Rajhara iron ore mines in June 1977. The workers were demanding that their work and living conditions be improved and that fallback wages be paid to them in times of no employment. The Dalli Rajhara mines were captive to the public sector Bhilai Steel Plant, so the workers were directly taking on the government.

Shankar Guha Niyogi, who had just emerged from prison after the emergency, joined this struggle. As a worker in the Bhilai Steel Plant, he had been actively involved in trade union struggles and had been arrested and tortured by the police several times in the past. On June 3, the police came to arrest Niyogi and when the workers resisted, they were fired upon. Eleven workers were killed and many more injured. Niyogi was arrested again and curfew was imposed. Many workers had to flee their homes to escape the reign of terror that began.

But the struggle went on and 15 days later, the management was forced to meet the main demands of the workers. Out of this was born the Chattisgarh Mines Shramik Sangh (CMSS). What was remarkable about the CMSS was that it refused to remain just another trade union fighting for economic demands, but struggled to change the lives of the workers at every level. While it fought for wage rises and housing allowances, it also began anti-liquor and anti-gambling campaigns, with the support of women workers.

Liquor was a major social problem, swallowing up wages and destroying families, as the long hours of hard physical labour drove many miners into its arms. The CMSS was successful in the anti-liquor struggle, because it did not stick to only breaking up liquor dens, but was actively building a new society in Chattisgarh. Workers themselves were organising and building schools and a hospital.

Cultural programmes like bhajan and folk song performances and street theatre were organised on a regular basis. Hardcore addicts were allowed a small amount of alcohol, but were fined if they had more than this. At first, this fine of Rs. 50 to Rs. 100 was secretly returned to the wife of the offender, but when this became known, drinkers began taking advantage of it, so real fines were imposed. Most importantly, with workers actively involved in building their future, the need to drown the present in alcohol was reduced. As a result, a large majority of the workers there have kicked the habit.

Because of the CMSS's struggles, the average daily wage for piece-rate work has risen from Rs.4/- in 1977 to Rs.72/- in 1989-90. Where almost none of the children of manual miners went to school before 1977, now almost all do. In the words of an activist of the organisation, Ahmad Qureshi,

"Five years ago, a miner's family cooked only one meal every day - at night after returning home from a hard day's work. The meal consisted of rice-dal, and vegetables were a rarity reserved only for festive occasions. The leftover of this rice preparation, known as 'basi' [stale] were consumed the next day to assuage the pangs of hunger. On this sparse diet, a miner had to work nearly thirteen hours everyday. Besides, in many families, the children did not recognise their fathers, since he left early in the morning when they were asleep and returned late in the evening."

But steps were taken to battle siphoning off of drought-relief funds by government officials and succeeded in getting villagers the relief meant for them. The words "peasant-worker unity" became a reality, not just a slogan. When mine workers are on strike today, villages nearby send sacks of rice to help them survive. When mine fires destroyed the fields of some villagers, the union fought for and succeeded in getting compensation for them, as well as did protective work to prevent this from happening again. The people of the villages around Dalli Rajhara are the main users of the Shaheed Hospital, built by the mine workers.

THE SHAHEED HOSPITAL

Shankar Guha Niyogi called the Shaheed hospital a gift of the organised workers to their unorganised brothers. The CMSS mine workers began building it in 1981 when three doctors came to work among them. The 15-bed hospital, built by the workers out of their own savings, was inaugurated on June 3 1983, the anniversary of the 1977 police firing in which 11 workers had been killed.

Today it is a two-storeyed, 50-bed hospital with an operation theatre, pathology laboratory and labour room, which patients from four districts come to. It uses only drugs listed in the World Health Organisation list of essential drugs, avoiding all banned or possible dangerous drugs. It provides free medical attention during strikes and has been at the forefront of organising relief during floods and droughts.

Many of the mine workers received training in health and work in the hospital after their day in the mines is over. Other work as volunteers in health campaigns all over the area and help in bringing out booklets on basic healthcare in simple language. This hospital has played a major role in making the medical sciences accessible and understandable to the people. Moreover, it attacks one of the most ingrained beliefs of our caste-ridden society, that intellectual work is the domain of a select few, which those who do physical labour cannot aspire to.

Space would not suffice to list the large number of issues the CMM has taken up, ranging from the fight for basic facilities like water and sanitation to tree plantation drives and campaigns against deforestation. In 1990, it started a major agitation, demanding that the 120 or so medium and small scale industrial units in Bhilai, which employed contract labour, pay a living wage (jeenelayak vetan) and regularise the services of the workers.

This was a serious blow for the local industrialists, attacking the very basis of their high profits - the ultra-cheap labour that made their production costs so low. Those particularly threatened were the Simplex Engineering and Foundry Works, one of the largest concerns there with 6 units and an annual turnover of over Rs. 80 crores, the Bhilai Engineering Corporation (owned by B R Jain of havala scam fame), and the Kedia and BK industrial groups.

The Simplex group, owned by Moolchand Shah (one of the two industrialists accused in the Niyogi murder case), is known for its close ties to the Bharatiya Janata Party and has financed the election campaigns of many BJP candidates. Several other industrialists in the Bhilai Industrialists Association, which has been spearheading the opposition to the CMM, are also close to the BJP. [See box]

Under the BJP's Sunderlal Patwa state government in Madhya Pradesh, a reign of terror was unleashed upon the CMM by the state adminstration as well as the mining mafia. At least 4,600 workers of various units, who were members of the CMM, were fired from their jobs. Arbitrary arrests of activists began. On several occasions, workers were forcibly confined within factories by the goons of the management, forced to work overtime and threatened with dire consequences if they continued the struggle.

Women workers were molested and threatened with rape, and many activists, including Niyogi, received death threats. One of the CMM's leading activists, Uma Shankar Rai, was nearly killed in a brutal attack.

In early September 1991, a delegation of CMM workers met the President of India in Delhi and presented him with a memorandum protesting the attacks. Nothing was done. Finally, on the night of September 27 1991, Shankar Guha Niyogi was shot dead as he lay asleep in his house.

Today Comrade Niyogi's ashes remain in the Dalli Rajhara office of the CMM, and the repression continues. In this era of liberalisation, with each state competing to woo foreign capital, a strong and widespread workers' organisation like the CMM is a serious threat to Madhya Pradesh's attempts to attract investment.

On July 1 1992, the police opened fire upon thousands of CMM workers as they demonstrated at the Bhilai power house railway station. 16 workers were killed and over 100 were seriously injured. That day is now commemorated every year in Chattisgarh as Shaheed Divas. Despite all this, the movement Comrade Niyogi built continues to forge ahead.

The CMM's work has been like a slap in the face to the ruling classes of India, for it created the germ of a different society, built by unlettered workers, farmers and tribals hand-in-hand with their educated compatriots, showing that people's basic needs could be met without destroying nature or each other.

This was why Comrade Niyogi became such a threat to the ruling classes, for his vision awakened people to their own powers. Thousands and thousands of people, who once must have believed like so many others in India that poverty and disease were written in their fate, had now decided to rewrite their destinies together. What could be more dangerous to the rulers and the pathetic vision they pass of as the only India possible?

The BJP's commitment to Chattisgarh

The BJP government at the Centre today claims to be upholding the aspirations of the people of Chattisgarh by granting them a separate state of their own. But whose interests are they really upholding? The following extract describing the BJP's dubious role in Chattisgarh was written by none other than George Fernandes, defense minister in the present BJP government. ("A cause beyond compromise" The Illustrated Weekly, 9 Nov. 1991).

"The Ram-roti-insaf party government in Madhya Pradesh refused to lift a finger to help settle the workers' struggle. Instead its chief minister openly hobnobbed with these criminals masquerading as industrialists... the state machinery was used openly and shamelessly by Patwa to beat up the workers, including women workers, ransack trade union offices and otherwise demonstrate that BJP was on the side of the criminals and against the poor and the exploited workers...

Five weeks after he (Niyogi) is dead, the Patwa government is stubbornly refusing to settle the demands of the workers and is using the police to further terrorise them. The killers of Niyogi are still at large, though they have been named in the FIR filed by his wife Asha with the police. There is no roti for the workers, insaf they never had, Ram has been reduced by the BJP to the ranks of an election mascot."

AUTHOR -- Cheryl Kanekar; published in VOICE, July 1998


Hon'ble Mr. Justice Shivraj V. Patil

Shivraj V. Patil

Born on 12th January, 1940 at Maladkai, Raichur District.

Joined Bar at Gulbarga, the Divisional Headquarters in Hyderabad, Karnataka Area on 25.7.1962 and practised there upto January, 1979. During this period, had built up very good practice, both on criminal and civil sides.

Served as Part-time Lecturer in Seth Shankarlal Lahoti Law College, Gulbarga from 1967 to 1975 and later served as Honorary Principal of the same College from May, 1975 to June, 1978.

Served as Legal Adviser to Shree Sharanabasaveswarar Samasthan, Hyderabad; Karnataka Education Society.

Wrote a small book on the life of the great Saint "Shree Sharanabasaveswara", Gulbarga.

Had the opportunity of giving several Lectures through All India Radio relating to the subjects of legal and social importance.

Having had the experience on original and appellate sides, shifted to Bangalore for practice in February, 1979 to exclusively practice in the High Court of Karnataka. Had fairly good practice, besides was the Standing Counsel for the Bangalore Development Authority and for the Central Silk Board. Also served as Advocate for Bangalore University and Gulbarga University.

In August / September, 1980, attended the International Lawyers’ Conference at Belgrade (Yugoslavia) and Burlin (West Germany). Again visited U.S.S.R. and European countries in April-May, 1987 and to U.K. in 1995 and 1996, and U.S.A. in 1996, and had occasion to visit various Courts in different countries.

Was a member of the Karnataka State Bar Council, and the Karnataka Law Reporting Council.

Was elevated as Judge, High Court of Karnataka at Bangalore on 29.3.1990.

In April, 1994, was transferred to High Court at Madras and continued as Judge, till 27.12.1998. Was acting Chief Justice of High Court of Madras from 28.12.98 till 19.01.1999. Assumed office as Chief Justice of High Court of Rajasthan on 22.1.1999.

Elevated as Judge of the Supreme Court of India and assumed office on 15.3.2000.













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CRIMINALS OF THE TEST TUBE BABY TRADE ,FALSE OBSTRUCTIVE AND GALL BLADDER DISEASES IN WOMEN WHO DARE TO DEFY HEINOUS MEN AS WAS DONE BY KALRA IN 1987.

HE FED ME SOMETHING IN MY FOOD WHICH GAVE ME TERRIBLE STOMACH CRAMPS.THEN THE BASTARD MADE ME TAKE ROUNDS OF QUACKS AND DOCTORS WHO DIAGNOSED AS GALL BLADDER OBSTRUCTION.THE BASTARD TOOK ME TO BATRA HOSPITAL DELHI -(MATKA OF CRICKET) SYMBOLICALLY FOR ENDO SCOPY AND MADE ME SUFFER AN INHUMANE PROCEDURE JUST TO PAY DOCTORS
AS BILLS WERE REFUNDED FROM STATE BANK OF INDIA IN THE SAME WAY AS HE SENT ME TO HEINOUS ORGAN TRADE GANGARAM HOSPITAL IN CONNIVANCE WITH GUTTER KHALISTANI ISLAMIC PC MANN -SHO MUKHERJEE NAGAR IN 2004.
ALL THIS SO THAT HE AND HIS BOOBY RANA WOULD GET COMPLETE MEDICAL CARE IN OLD AGE .SIMILAR HEINOUS MAFIA IS BEING RUN BY SARAH RENAMED -PET NAME OF DAWOOD GANG :-
















Dr. Muffazal Lakdawalla


Dr. Sarah Muffazal Lakdawala.
HEINOUS KILLERS ISLAM /ARYA SAMAJ ORGAN TRADE -TEST TUBE SUPER CHEATS ROBBING A MOTHER OF HER ENTIRE LIFETIME OF COMMITMENT TO HOME AND MOTHERHOOD FOR THE CUNT LUST OF GUTTER MEN LIKE KALRA
TERI MA KI CHUUT HARAMI GANDU MADARCHOD ,SISTER FUCKER,MOTHER FUCKER -AGNIVESH DAYANAND GANG OF KILLERS AND CHEATS OF INNOCENT WOME4N AND MEN WALKING ON THE PATH OF GOD AND RIGHTEOUSNESS.
KAHAN SE PAIDA HUA THA TU-TEST TUBE AUR INCUBATOR SE HARAMZADE?

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Medical Tourism To India

Clinical Attachments

  1. Head of Department, Bariatrics
    Clinic of weight management and Obesity Surgery
    L.H Hiranandani Hospital, Powai
  2. Head of Department.
    Department of Bariatrics and Obesity Surgery
    Department of Minimal Access surgery
    Saifee Hospital, Girgaum
  3. Head of Department, Minimal Access Surgery
    Dr. D.Y Patil Hospital, New Bombay
  4. Head and Chief Consultant
    Muslim Ambulance Society Nursing Home
  5. Chief Consultant
    Department of minimal Access Surgery
    Lilavati hospital and research centre, Bandra
  6. Chief Consultant
    Department of Surgery
    Prince Ali khan Hospital, Mazagaon

Faculty:

Ethicon Institute of Endosurgery (ESIS) and Johnson and Johnson Training centre: conduct training for surgeons all over the country twice a month on solid organ …..

  1. Chief And Head of Department of the minimal access department at the Dr D.Y. Patil Medical College: Teaching for all post graduates in minimal access surgery
  2. Asia Pacific Pacific Bariatric surgeons Summit Taipei Taiwan Feb’2005,
  3. Thought Leaders Summit Seoul South Korea 2004, Invited as one of the 6 Surgeons to represent India in the world forum
  4. Laprosurg Vapi Gujarat’ 2005, invited as national faculty in laparoscopy.
  5. ASICON 2004 Hyderabad, as national faculty.

Academic Profile:

  1. Fellowship in bariatric surgery: 2004
    Cleveland Clinic, South Florida USA is one of the leading hospitals in the world in Bariatric Bypass Surgery.
    Recognized centre for fellowship training in laparoscopic obesity surgery by the ASBS, high volume unit performing up to 15 laparoscopic baiatric surgeries a week. Trained under the esteemed Prof Dr Raul Rosenthal.
  2. Fellow Department of Bariatrics 2005
    Trained in laparoscopic gastric banding in the university of Ghent Hospital, Belgium. University hospital does a large number of gastric bands per week. Trained under Dr Piet Pattyn. Performed more than 500 Obesity Surgery Cases.
  3. Fellow Colorectal Surgery 2005
    Training in laparoscopic colorectal surgery in Seoul, South Korea under Prof. Seon hahn Kim. A dedicated centre for only colorectal surgeries.
  4. Lecturer
    B.Y.L.Nair hospital is one of the largest teaching hospitals in Mumbai. .Worked as a lecturer in the Department of Surgery for 2 years following post graduation
  5. Masters in surgery M.S.
    B.Y.L.Nair Hospital, completed residencies for 3 years in general surgery.
    University of Mumbai
  6. MBBS -University of Mumbai

Awards and achievements

  1. Ranbaxy Award for Best Thesis at MS. Exams ‘Therapeutic Endoscopy in Obstructive Jaundice’.
  2. Silver Medal at Shirin Mehtaji Oration – 1996 ‘Obstructive Jaundice’
  3. Gold Medalist in Anatomy

Memberships

  1. IAGES (Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons)
  2. OSSI ( Obesity Surgeons Society of India)
  3. Asia Pacific Bariatric Surgeons Group

Papers and Presentations:

  1. Retroperitoneoscopic Biopsy of Para Aortic Nodes’ IAGES 2004
  2. Retroperitoneoscopic Drainage of Paraspinal Abscess’ IAGES 2004
  3. Laparoscopic CBD Exploration’ at IAGES 2002
  4. Thoracoscopic Bullectomy’ at IAGES 2000
  5. Thoracoscopic Cardiomyotomy’ at IAGES 2000
  6. Therapeutic Endoscopy in Obstructive Jaundice’- ASICON 1996


MY FATHER SHRI JAGDISH CHANDRA DHODY WAS TERRIBLY SICK MANY TIMES IN HIS LIFETIME BUT NEVER DEPENDED ON DOCTORS.
HE NEVER SUCCUMBED TO THIS UNHOLY NEXUS INSPITE OF BELONGING TO SUCH AN ILLUSTRIOUS FAMILY.
HE NEVER WENT TO ANY BIG HOSPITAL EVEN WHEN THE BASTARDS DIAGNOSED HEART DISEASE IN HIM ; ESPECIALLY ARYA SAMAJHI- DR.AJAY GROVER OF GROVER HEART HOSPITAL IN JABALPUR.
HE NEVER GAVE THEM A PENNY OF HIS HARD EARNED MONEY WHICH WAS SNATCHED BY THE BUILDER MAFIA IN INDORE FROM MY BROTHER VIPIN DHODY BY CREATING TOTAL DISHARMONY BY FAKE MATRIMONIAL ALLIANCES -JAISWAL FILTH IN HIS HOME.HIS LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES'S MONEY WERE THUS TRASHED.
ALL MY FATHER'S AGENT WORK WAS DONE BY ME AT HOME WHO MADE HIS POLICIES IN PILES FOR HIM WORKING DAY AND NIGHT-THEN I DID NOT HAVE GALL BLADDER TROUBLE?IT HAD TO HAPPEN WHEN I WAS EXACTLY 23 AND MEDICALLY FAKED BY DRUGS BY SARAH GANG OF PEDDLARS?
IT WAS KALRA GANG WHO ALSO COMPLAINED ABOUT MY HONEST FATHER IN HIS COMPANY UIIC AFTER RETIREMENT TO STOP HIS GRATUITY AND OTHER FUNDS AND ALSO STOP HIS AFTER RETIREMENT WORK.
MY HONEST FATHER WORKED AS AN AGENT AFTER HIS RETIREMENT TO SET A GOOD EXAMPLE OF RETIRED LIFE WHERE WOMEN YOUNG ENOUGH TO BE DAUGHTERS ARE NOT LAID ; AND KALRA SARAH DAWOOD GANG MADE HIS RETIRED LIFE MISERABLE WITH FALSE COMPLIANTS AND INDUCED ILLTREATMENT BY HIS PATRON COMPANY UIIC.

THE BASTARDS WERE GIVING GUTTER HELL TO A SAINTLY PERSON IN THIS LIFE ITSELF FOR HAVING WALKED ON THE PATH OF DUTY AS HINDUS BELIEVE THAT EVIL SINNERS ARE BORN IN THE LOWEST BIRTH OF GERMS ,INSECTS ,MAKHIS ,VIRUS ,ECT AND THEN AS SCHEDULED CASTES FOR HAVING LED A SINNER'S LIFE.
ALL THE GUTTER ASSOCIATES OF KALRA WILL BE BORN AS SUCH AND I CURSE THEM SO.



























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BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION OF BEDROOM ISLAM /ARYA SAMAJ -ULTA /FULTA 1857 SYMBOLISM OF ZAFAR MAHAL FOR ERECTION OF BABRI MASJID BY RELIANCE AND AGRASEN SAMAJ OF AKSHARDHAM ANDE KA FANDA TEMPLE

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Aditi Gowitrikar is an Indian model, actress and a physician. She was born on January 1, 1967. She was selected Mrs. World in 2001 (held on December 2000). She is also known by her married name, Dr. Sarah Muffazal Lakdawala.

Aditi Gowitrikar is a gynaecologist by profession. However, she started her career as a model after winning the Gladrags contest in 1996. She has done notable roles in many Hindi and South Indian-language films and has also done commercials with several major companies including Coca Cola. She is married to Dr. Muffazal Lakdawalla, whom she met at college. The couple married in 1998, after dating for seven years. They have a daughter Kiara,

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Aditi Govitrikar with her daughter at the Hallmark Channel's Mother's Day Special. who was born in 1999. The couple had another baby recently in May 2007.

She has won the following prominent beauty contests:

  • Asian Super Model Contest(1997)
  • Gladrags Contest
  • Mrs. World (2001)

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She has also appeared on the Indian Elle magazine's cover in 1999 with her stomach exposed (she was about seven months pregnant at the time).

Aditi Gowitrikar did her schooling in Barns High School Panvel and was year 12 topper from Art Science and Commerce college in Panvel. She did her MBBS from Grant Medical college and her sister Kirti (Arzoo) Gowitrikar also attended the same school as her. Aditi has a younger brother Alpan(Mausam) Gowitrikar who is 9 years younger than her.

The girl's name Kiara \ki(a)-ra\ is pronounced kee-AR-ah. Variant of Ciara (Irish) "dark".

From L to R: Dr.Kiran Godse, Dr.Vinod Vij, Dr. Aditi Govitrikar, Dr.M.Lakdawala, Dr. Deepak Vaswani & Dr. Laxman Thadani






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She's not just a pretty face. Aditi Govitrikar is looking to combine her two greatest loves: modelling and medicine



Aditi Govitrikar: `You have to be intelligent to be successful at anything.' — Photo: K. Gopinathan

IMAGINE IF your gynaecologist was a glamorous model and former Mrs. World, brand ambassador for a big company, turning down film offers left and right, in a position to be selective, waiting for the "right one" to come along. It seems hard to reconcile and Aditi Govitrikar's given up trying. The green-eyed model, who shot to fame after winning the Mrs. World title, trained to be a gynaecologist, but gave up medicine for the glamour and klieg lights of the modelling world. Among her endorsements is the position of brand ambassador for Kaya Skin Clinic. "I travel a lot and I really enjoy this industry," she says.

She plans to go back to medicine at a later date, but to cosmetic dermatology, her new area of interest. Aditi is confident that when she goes back to medicine, people won't dismiss her as a former model. "It all depends on what you deliver, and already now as a model I have so many people coming up to me with skin queries, so doing cosmetic dermatology will bring my two loves together, medicine and modelling."

First love

Medicine has always been her first love though, and that's what makes her sure she wants to return to it. "My father insisted I study hard and get a seat on merit," she recalls. "Medicine gives you so much stimulation and satisfaction..." She agrees that she misses academics, but is quick to jump to the defence of the glamour industry. "People always think that models are dumb," she says, "but that's not true at all. To be successful at anything you have to be intelligent." And the more academic stimulation comes from the conversations with her surgeon husband. And, of course, by keeping in touch with medicine through the work at Kaya skin clinics.

Kaya has opened three branches in Bangalore, adding to their chain of clinics in other metros to give skin care treatments. The treatments are dispensed by dermatologists and always begin with a "skinscription" — a way of determining your skin type and the condition of your T-zone.


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WHAT IS MEANT BY HEINOUS " KAYA KALP"=
BECAUSE OF KAYA=BODY OF ALP AAYU =SMALL AGE GIRL PROVIDED TO OLD MAN KAYA=K+AYA-

A GIRL HAVING THE MENTAL CAPACITY AND QUALITIES OF A SLAVE OR MENIAL SERVANT WHO WOULD DO THE WORK AS TOLD BY THE OLD MAN WHO HAS BEEN MADE MUSLIM AND WOULD TORTURE AND USE VIOLENCE IF SHE IS DIS- OBEDIENT,AS ALLOWED BY ISLAM WHO HAVE A NETWORK OF MEDICAL DRUGS ORGANIZED CRIME WHO SEE TO IT THAT THE WOMAN DOES NOT BECOME DIS- OBEDIENT BY ENDOSCOPY ON SLEEPING WOMEN

AND AFTER THE KILL BY ISLAM LIONS DEPENDING ON WOMEN FOR FOOD

HEINOUS ARYA SAMAJ SETS IN WITH DR JEKYL AND MR. HYDE WHERE THE MORE VIOLENT THE MAN IS WITH FIRST WIFE ,THE SADISTS OLD HAGS ARE ABLE TO ENJOY SEX MORE AS THE AGE DIFFERENCE; OTHERWISE PREVENTS NORMAL SEXUAL RELATIONS ESPECIALLY WHEN THE WOMAN IS MADE TO DO ORAL SEX IE. HER FOOD COMES THROUGH THE OLD MAN'S PENIS-IT IS THE WORST DEGRADATION AND HELL THAT A WOMAN CAN SUFFER IN THIS WORLD! NO MATTER HOW RICH SHE BECOMES!
ULTIMATELY THE HYENA WITH HIS HEINOUS BEHAVIOR WITH FIRST WIFE KILLS HER MEDICALLY BY TELLING HER THAT EVEN HER CHILDREN ARE NOT HERS AND SHE WAS SUPPOSEDLY A CAMEL WHO WAS GIVING THIS OLD MAN'S SAATH IN THE MOST DRY DAYS WALKING IN THE DEARY SAND SAVING AND SCRINGING
IS PUT TO DEATH
BECAUSE OF KAYA =BODY IN ALP AYU=DEATH BEFORE AGE AND THAT ALSO BY HALAL -KALAPTE HUE
MEANING CRYING AND CURSING AND GOD DID NOT SAVE HER
AMONGST THE MOST HEINOUS ,KHALISTANI,ARYA SAMAJHI ,AYA ORGANIZED CRIME SHIA RELIGION THIEVES;MONEY LAUNDERING BRITISH MECCA CRIMINALS.
IS IT POSSIBLE FOR A SLIM 45 KILO GIRL OF 23 YEARS BELONGING TO A MIDDLE CLASS FAMILY LIVING IN A SMALL CITY OF JABALPUR AND HIGHLY WEIGHT CONSCIOUS SHOULD HAVE STONE IN HER GALL BLADDER ?
GARG UNCLE-MY PATERNAL AUNT'S HUSBAND LIVING IN GHAZIABAD AND CONSERVATOR OF FORESTS DEHRADUN NEVER WANTED ME TO GET MARRIED TO FILTHY GUTTER KALRA AND SEVERELY REPRIMANDED MY FATHER ON PHONE AS WELL AS SENT LETTER OF PROPOSAL FROM HIS SIDE OF THE FAMILY.
HE HAD THREE DAUGHTERS NAMED ANNA
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ALL SYMBOLIC TO EARNING MONEY BY WALKING ON SHANI BHAGWAN'S RIGHT PATH AS ALSO

HE NAMED HIS SON RAHUL IN THE SAME WAY AS RAJIV GANDHI BUT ALAS RAHUL WAS MISGUIDED INTO OPENING A POULTRY FARM BY BRITISH POTTY EATERS IN INDIA ;IN WHICH HE IDLED AWAY HIS FATHER'S HARD EARNED MONEY AS ALSO SYMBOLIC TO LARSEN AND TOUBRO AS WELL AS TEST TUBE BABIES.
A POULTRY FARM IS THE MOST LUCRATIVE BUSINESS WHICH WAS MESSED UP BY THE LIKES OF RAUL.
IT WAS BY THE TIMELY INTERVENTION OF MY FATHER AND GARG UNCLE THAT SAMA NURSING HOME GAVE A REPORT OF NO STONE TO ME.ALL OF IT STANK BUT I PLAYED ALONG AS I COULD HEAR THE TRAIN'S WHISTLE NEAR THE INA TRIAL SWTANTRA SENANI SMARAK OF FORWARD BLOC AND SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE IN RED FORT -IE THE WORK ASSIGNED TO ME BY MY FATHER ON KASHMIR ,RELIGION AND JUDICIARY-AS ARMY GRAND DAUGHTER .

Shiv Shankar Gupta

Popularly known as the father of India's gemstone industry in the colored stone world.

In the 1950's, Mr. S.S. Gupta survived the cannibals and tropical diseases in the jungles of South Africa to find Emeralds. He bought a 70 year stock of Emeralds from the government of Columbia and initiated a process that turned the pink city Jaipur into the Emerald City.

He is in gemstone business especially raw material, mining emeralds in a big way, for the last 50 years. He presently own world's largest high quality emerald mining in Zambia known as KAGEM.

National Geographic credited him as the largest emerald dealer in the world in value as well as volume.

He has been presented with a "Lifetime Achievement Award" in 1992 by The Diamond & Colored Stone Association, New York.

He has mining interest in Brazil, South Africa and presently in Zambia. Mr. Gupta has been in Synthetic (CORUNDUM) Stone business for the last 60 years and Cubic Zirconia (CZ) business since inception for the production of Russians and then Americans. He has subsequently also been the first one having his own CZ production plant in India. He has been largest dealers in CZ till mid 1990s and supplying to various countries including India.

With gold market in India going up to 100 Thousand Crore, his new venture, Clarity Gold, has come in a big way in manufacturing jewellery, gold refining and gold minting. His product covers all segments for the masses from silver jewellery to gold and diamond jewellery. He has already launched a few jewellery brands which have been very successful in the market like Clarissa [Silver jewellery] & Ishtaa [Gold & Cubic Zirconia]

He has his own 6 factories for processing gemstone and manufacturing jewellery at Jaipur with strength of more than 2000 employees.

With a huge demand for innovative designs and a high potential in the colored gemstone segment, his company launched 6 months ago a new brand "AURA" which is an 22kt & 18kt lightweight, hallmarked and certified jewellery collection studded with Rubies & Emeralds.




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