VSK Chennai Sandesh

A telling instance of Samarastha, thanks to RSS.
The yoga camp which began on June 25 in a tiny village Thimiri is not just another of the innumerable yoga camps organized on the occasion of International Yoga Day.  It is something different.  The Thimiri is a hamlet occupied by vanavasis known as ‘Narikoravas’ (nomads).  The boys of the hamlet were the participants in the camp.  It is not just that much the organization which runs the camp is an association of Hindu Priests (South Indian Purohit Sangh).  The inauguration was attended among others by Vibhag Karyavah Shri Nagaraj who is the Headmaster of Saraswathi Vidya Mandir, Arcot and the founder of Mahatma Gandhi Senior Citizens Home Shri Muthu Kuppusami.  Swayamsevaks of Arcot including Shri Narasimhan trained the tribal kids in yoga.  

Ambur: a rehearsal for a major outbreak?
Shameel Ahmed (26) was rounded up by the Ambur (Vellore District) police for alleged kidnapping of a married woman.  He died days after he was let off by the police in a hospital.  Aslam Basha, Ambur MLA (belonging to jihadi infested Manithaneya Makkal Katchi) saw to it that Muslims were sufficiently instigated.  That resulted in tearing down on June 27 of the Ambur police station completely; 42 police personnel including women police were injured; tension gripped the town.  The Government did precious little to avert this ugly development.  147 persons were rounded up after the riot and a Magistrate enquiry was ordered hurriedly. TN BJP President Dr.Tamilisai Soundarrajan demanded the arrest of Aslam Basha. Shri Ramagopalan of Hindu Munnani wondered whether the incident was a riot or a rehearsal for a major outbreak of violence in Tamilnadu by separatist elements. 

Vijayabharatham to train journalists free
Nationalist Tamil weekly VIJAYABHARATHAM has come forward to train willing young men in journalism.  In an announcement in one of its recent issues the weekly has invited youth without any political leanings under the age 25.  The training period is 6 months and it is free.  The contact details are: Vijayabharatham, 12 MV Naidu St, Chetpet, Chennai 600 031. Phone number: 044-2836 2271.  The last date for receiving applications is August 15, 2015. 

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