Madani and Indian secularism(Dr.Abdul Ruff Colachal)

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 04/08/2007 - 23:08

Madani and Indian secularism

On 01 August, the month of Indian Independence, a politico-religious leader Abdul Nasser Madani, 42, was released from Coimbatore jail where spent 3390 days of lonely life without legal sanction and without any trial. He was arrested about a decade back and put in jail first in Kerala, then shifted to Coimbatore jail in Tamil Nadu on charges if involvement in the 1998 Coimbatore serial blasts case and It could be great day for the supporters and religious followers of Madani, an orator in Malayalam and who is admired for his flowery speeches.

Parental Alienation Syndrome: New Support Forum

Submitted by Unslaver News on Fri, 27/05/2005 - 17:07 and

are pleased to announce the first support forum for all people.

Parental Alienation Syndrome is starting to find footing in the Courts.
Custodial Parents are often the culprits of this disasterous mental abuse to the children of a broken relationship.

Research by dedicated Doctors globally have shown that the damage left by the use of PAS against another parent are lifelong and can end in the child being tormented to the point of committing crime.

The Boards will be loaded with articles and original stories in the next few days – all it needs now is parents prepared to talk about their ongoing or prior problems with exspouses/partners, Departments, Police or other entities associated with Children and You – the Parent.


(govtwatch4) Outlaws Saving Seeds!

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 24/11/2004 - 16:15

(govtwatch4) PUDDING
November 17, 2004

----- Original Message -----
November 16, 2004

Weekly Column - 11.11.2004
An American Pudding
by J. R. Nyquist

The November issue of "Global Gourmet" features an article titled "Power to the Pudding." It claims that a pudding renaissance is underway in Great Britain. This is not so strange, since a pudding renaissance is underway worldwide. There is the Iraq pudding, the Korea pudding, the Taiwan Straits pudding, the India-Pakistan pudding, the Iran pudding, the dollar pudding and so on. It seems we were lucky to be spared the pudding of a closely contested U.S. presidential election.

(financialexpress) India, China To Strengthen Textile Ties

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 08/08/2004 - 18:51

NEW DELHI, AUG 6: India and China's cooperation at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations is strengthening with the two working closely in a number of areas including textile.

Kens Comment: I did say to watch China when Beattie put out the press release about the bauxite deal south of Weipa a week or so ago. China is squeezing the US financially and has made substantial bids for gas and oil from the fields to the north of Australia.

The Howard Government's plan to put US bases in northern Australia and join the 'son of Star Wars' missile shield will jeopardise Australia's national security, Greens Senate candidate John Kaye has warned.



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