Rashtrotthana Blood Bank tops in blood collection-transfusion in Karnataka

Bangalore, June 22: Karnataka’s one of the most reputed social service organisation Rashtrotthana Parishat has set another milestone, this time it is on Medical Healthcare. Rashtrotthana Parishat has initiatated “Rashtrotthana Rakta Nidhi (Blood Bank)” at Chamarajpet of Bangalore, its state Headquarters. Now, it is the number one blood bank of the state as far as total number of blood collected and transfused.

Rashtrotthana Parishat is an Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh initiative for social reforms in Karnataka.

DIAL plot to raze thousand year old temple complex near Delhi Airport


Violating Lt Governor's 2009 intructions

Villagers who worship their traditional deity protest

But full protection to Muslims visiting mazars near the runway at Terminal 2

Pramod Kumar


Girl Child Education Drive Launched in Gujarat

Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi has launched a 3 day school enrollment and girl-child education drive Shala Praveshotsav and Kanya Kelavani Abhhiyan. Launching the drive, Modi made a fervent plea regarding non-discrimination between the girl and boy child in families. He reiterated that it was the moral duty of society to ensure that no child ever remained uneducated. The 10th drive, it aims at ensuring 100% enrollment in primary schools and encouraging education for girl child.



Karnataka: 300 Legislators to Adopt 5 HIV+ Kids Each

300 legislators from Karnataka will adopt HIV-positive children in the next legislature session that will commence in Belgaum. This has been announced by A Ramdas, Medical Education Minister of Karnataka,

“Fourteen MLAs have already adopted five HIV infected children each, and during the next session in Belgaum, all 300 MLAs are expected to adopt five children each. The government has already earmarked Rs 1crore for research on AIDS. The Central Food Technologies Research Institute has come forward to provide nutritious food for needy HIV infected children. We are working that out,” said Ramdas, while inaugurating the project ‘Differ – Sexual and Reproductive Health’. A documentary film on male sex workers ‘Me, Myself, and My Gender’, was also released at the occasion.

Veteran Journalist-Writer Du Gu Lakshman retires as Hosadigantha Editor-in-Chief

Bangalore June 18: Veteran Journalist, writer, social thinker Du Gu Lakshman who will turn 60 in July, retired from ‘Hosadigantha’ as Chief Editor. Lakshman had associated himself with ‘Hosadigantha’ for the last 26 years. He will be remembered as a most valuable contributor, who worked untiringly for the upliftment of the newspaper right from the days of its inception.

Dr Togadia warns of stir against Constitutional Amendment if any for Muslim Quota in India

Hon Supreme Court terms 4.5% Muslim Quota ‘Unconstitutional’

Dr Togadia warns of stir against Constitutional Amendment if any for Muslim Quota



Central Govt must withdraw 4.5% Muslim Quota & apologize to the nation: VHP

After Hon Supreme Court’s Slap to Union Govt on 4.5% Muslim Quota, Govt must withdraw the quota & apologize to Bharat

- Dr. Pravin Togadia New Delhi, June 11, 2012

Today Hon Supreme Court has lambasted the Union Govt for 4.5% quota given exclusively to Muslims by snatching from 27% OBC quota. Union Govt has gone to Supreme Court in an appeal in a great hurry against Andhra HC decision against 4.5% quota to Muslims. Hon Supreme Court has even refused to admit Union Govt’s appeal unless & until the Govt gives some evidence & basis for  such unconstitutional religion based quota within quota.

Tributes to Veteran Sangh Pracharak Jyoti Swarup

eteran Sangh Pracharak Jyoti Swarup passed away at a private hospital in New Delhi on May 28. He was 91. He was unwell for some time due to age related disorders. He was cremated in New Delhi the same day. The last rites were jointly performed by his youngest brother Shri Arvind Bansal and nephew Shri Ashish Bansal.