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District Collector inaugurates Seva Bharathi’s Orphanage building

District Collector T.Munusamy inaugurated Guruji Anbu Illam of Seva Bharathi for orphaned children on 15-9-2011 at Nagapatinam. Nagapattinam, is the worst affected area when Tsunami hit the coastal areas of Tamilnadu on Dec. 6, 2004. Sevabharathi Tamilnadu which took up the rehabilitation work for the affected persons has built 863 houses (588 in Keechankuppam village, 125 in Panagakudi village, 62 in Mutlam village and 88 in Melamuvakkarai village) with the assistance funded by Gujarat, Chattisgarh and Madya Pradesh Governments. It also undertook the rehabilitation work of temples at Mariamman koil gopuram, (Akkarapettai village), Agni Kaliamman Temple, (puttur), Ratna Bhuvaneswari Amman Temple, (Poompuhar), Petraha Temple at Kizhaaagaligur, Korakka Siddhar Aalayam Dhyana Mandapam etc.

Sri T Munusamy, District Collector appreciated the good deeds and service rendered by Sevabharathi. Sri Muralidhara Rao, National Secretary, Bharatiya Janata Party presided over the function. Kshetra Pracharak of RSS, Sri Sethu Madhavan Ji rendered a special address at the gathering. Gujarat Government has funded to the tune of 1.10 crore. The home would provide shelter for children orphaned by the tsunami and also the orphaned children found in villages of the district. Guruji Anbu Illam now has 28 orphaned female children.

Killing cow is anti-muslim says Editor Abdul Waheed

The Daastaan-e-Awadh, a six-page weekly Urdu newspaper published from Lucknow carries the message of harmony calling upon Muslims to join hands against the slaughter of cows that are revered by Hindus. The editor Abdul-Waheed appeals to Muslims not to get directly or indirectly involved in killing of cows that are considered sacred in Hinduism.

'In our articles, we also condemn killing of cows and even term it anti-Islamic by referring to the basic teaching of Islam that says no one has the right to disrespect religious sentiments of anyone... In fact, in the write-ups, Muslims are also reminded about their task to protect sacred entities of different religions,' Waheed added.

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