Karnataka Assembly polls shall unite opposition for Parliamentary elections
Addressing a mammoth rally Kaithwada, Rajasthan this afternoon the Panthers Party Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh who is also Member of National Integration Council described the humiliating defeat of BJP, JD(S) & other opposition groups in the recently held Karnataka Assembly polls as a positive outcome because this humiliation shall force the opposition at the national and regional levels to work out a alternative (Vikalp) to the Congress party in the Parliamentary elections. Calling on the ... Read More
Samajwadi Party opens its account in Karnataka assembly
Bangalore, May 8 (IANS) The Samajwadi Party (SP) Wednesday opened its electoral account in the Karnataka assembly with its candidate C.P. Yogeshwara winning from the Channapatna constituency.
Yogeshwara, who was the state forest minister in the outgoing BJP government, defeated Janata Dal-Secular's (JD-S) Anitha Kumaraswamy, wife of the party's state unit president and former chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy.
Yogeshwara won the Channapatna seat, about 60 km from here, with a margin of 6,404 votes. He polled 80,039 ... Read More
Panthers urge PM for urgent intervention for security of Pak-prisoners in Indian jails
New Delhi, 3rd May, 2013:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Sr. Executive Member of Supreme Court Bar Association has urged Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India for his immediate intervention to ensure the safety and security of the Pakistani prisoners languishing in various Indian jails. Prof. Bhim Singh had warned that reaction might follow and cause concern for the Pakistani prisoners in the Indian jails. Prof. Bhim Singh ... Read More
Rajnath Singh projects Varun Gandhi as BJP's face in Uttar Pradesh
BAREILLY: BJP chief Rajnath Singh on Wednesday almost projected young party MP from Pilibhit, Varun Gandhi, as the party's face in Uttar Pradesh as the two leaders launched BJP's poll campaign in the crucial state addressing a rally here.
This was Singh's second public meeting in UP since he took over as party chief last December, where the party also inducted Dharmendra Kashyap, who crossed over from SP, indicating clearly that Kashyap would be BJP's Lok ... Read More
Panthers activists protest in front of Pak High Commission
Several Panthers Party activists held a strong protest in front of Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi condemning Pakistani leadership and the ISI for the brutal and outrageous murder of Sarabjit Singh inside the condemned cell in Lakhpat Jail, Lahore last week. The Panthers Party activists urged Govt. of India to take appropriate and just action against this murder of Sarabjit who had been languishing for 23 years in Lahore Jail under a mistaken identity. ... Read More
How the Panthers' Party was started
JKNPP is a recognized political party by the Chief Election Commission of India with ‘Bicycle’ as its reserved symbol. J&K has three recognized state political parties. The other two parties namely National Conference and People Democratic Party or Kashmir based.
The party was founded on 23rd March, 1982 by its Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh. Prof. Bhim Singh was sitting Congress MLA who resigned from the Congress party and also from the Assembly following serious political ... Read More
Fascist elements conspiring to destabilize Govt. by fomenting anarchy
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council accused the government for their failure to identify and eliminate the fascist elements in the society who intend to destabilize democracy and rule of law by fomenting anarchy in the society. He said that as a criminal lawyer and student of sociology he can speak with authority that kind of crimes (rapes of children) as are being committed and exposed ... Read More
Modi likely to meet Catholic cardinal on Kerala visit
Thiruvananthapuram, April 22 (IANS) Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit here has already kicked up a row in Kerala, but it could become more "colourful" as he may meet a cardinal of the Catholic Church while here.
There are reports that Modi might meet 53-year-old Rev. Moran Mar Baselios Cleemis Catholicos, head of the capital-city headquartered Syro Malankara Catholic Church, in the state capital.
The cardinal was ordained at the Vatican November 24 last year, and ... Read More
Hindutava, Hiding its Head?
By Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
The counter arguments of Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann to fight Chinese and go and protect Indian borders from them (Chinese), instead of always threatening the minorities in India, if not stage managed, are very appreciable and appropriate and the approach is right to condemn the Hindu Militancy in India acting and operating against the minorities purposely.
But, no condemnation of all Hindus ever appreciable as such condemnation of each other looks ... Read More
Nitish hits back at BJP and Modi for Gujarat riots
Patna: Against the backdrop of questions raised by BJP over his earlier silence on 2002 Gujarat riots, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today appeared to attack Narendra Modi, saying maintenance of law and order was state government's responsibility.
Kumar's response came after RJD chief Lalu Prasad asked if the Chief Minister was genuinely opposed to Modi why did he not quit as the Railway Minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government after the Gujarat riots in ... Read More
Prof. Bhim Singh pays tribute to martyr S. Bhagat Singh & Freedom Fighter B.K. Dutt
New Delhi, 8th April, 2013:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Founder of National Panthers Party, Member of National Integration Council & Sr. Executive Member, Supreme Court Bar Association paid heavy tributes to the freedom fighters who fought and laid down their lives for the freedom of the country. He said that it was for the first time in the history of Independent India that the Panthers Party in cooperation with several members of the civil society, social ... Read More
Arvind Kejriwal’s 15-day-long fast ended.
Aam Aadmi Party Stated Its Agenda-Issues for Aam Aadmi in coming elections of the Legislative Assembly of Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal’s 15-day-long fast ended.
Aam Aadmi Party’s agenda for votes from Aam Aadmi, for welfare of Aam Aadmi and for Swaraj (self-rule) of Aam Aadmi is unambiguous now.
Aam Aadmi Party came into existence to solve the problems; where as other political parties remained in power to create the problems for Aam Aadmi.
Here is the difference between ... Read More
Arvind Kejriwal’s Pledge on Swaraj: Change In System
Fate of your problem is assigned to a lottery, ironic but true. There is no sanity in a system that overrides the wishes of its people!-Arvind Kejriwal, Swaraj
This cacophonic clamour for becoming a beggar is the biggest deterrent to the progress of the country-Arvind Kejriwal, Swaraj (This -understood! clamour (same words like of crying) for becoming a beggar is the biggest deterrent (limiting-restraint) to the progress of the country)
... Read More
Sinha's letter to PM a 'political stunt', says Chacko
By PTI - NEW DELHI
'' The JPC chairman said Sinha's letter has "no relevance" as decisions including calling a minister have to be taken by the committee and not individuals. (PTI/File)
JPC chairman P C Chacko on Tuesday hit out at BJP leader Yashwant Sinha for writing to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asking him to appear before the panel examining the 2G spectrum scam, dubbing it as a ... Read More
Farmers are most neglected class since independence
'' Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council while addressing National Executive of Bhartiya Kisan Unity in the Constitution Club, New Delhi accused the ruling parties in the country for completely ignoring, neglecting and discriminating the farmers all over the country with the result farmers who formed 80% of the total population of the country remained deprived of their right as citizens of India. Prof. ... Read More
Political situation in J&K
The situation in J&K has turned worse and the NC-Congress government has literally collapsed. The Ministers involved in corruption and scams have been surviving on the High Court stay orders.
While addressing a press conference, Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party, warned the government that the NPP shall block the National Highway if official files pertaining to Jammu Pradesh are shifted to Srinagar in the Darbar Move. He said that the files ... Read More
Stop the fast
“Acidified blood is entering everywhere and this will have a negative effect on all organs, including Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal’s brain. It is not at all advisable to continue the fast,” Dr Anoop Misra said.
''Photo: On 14th day of upwas, Arvind Kejriwal has said that he will break his upwas on 6th April at 5pm. His blood pressure in the morning was 110/80, pulse 73, Sugar 123, ketones 3+ and weight was ... Read More
Karnataka polls: First list of 177 candidates released
New Delhi: PCC chief G Parameshwara and CLP leader Siddaramaiah figure in Congress' first list of 177 candidates released on Friday for the 224-member Assembly elections in Karnataka on May 5.
Former Chief Minister late S Bangarappa's son Kumar Bangarappa S has been fielded from Sorab assembly seat. The list also includes former PCC chief R V Deshpande, sitting MLA Krishna Byregowda, a former Karnataka Youth Congress President who is perceived close to Rahul ... Read More
No time for fasts
Don’t allow yourself physically weakened and dampen your spirit by frequently opting to go on fast like Anna Hazare in face of the cruel and unsympathetic ruler now.
The present ruler always happy to see you physically weak and with the result that your spirit should dampen also, as proved from the case of Anna Hazare, whose health weakened and the spirit seems totally destroyed due to the fasts, though only he might be selectively left ... Read More
All Congress MLAs suspended for a day from Gujarat assembly
GANDHINAGAR: All the Congress MLAs, who created ruckus in the Gujarat assembly today over water crisis facing many parts of the state, were suspended by Speaker Vaju Vala for a day.
As soon as the question hour commenced, leader of opposition Shankarsinh Vaghela raised the issue of water scarcity in Kutch, Saurashtra and North Gujarat region and demanded suspension of question hour to discuss the issue.
However, the Speaker refused to accept the demand holding that ... Read More
"India first" Modi Always to raise anti-minority, especially anti-Muslim slogans
By Balbir Singh Sooch-Aam Aadmi
The so-called “KINGMAKERS” (regional parties) are always insulted and controlled by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Intelligence Bureau (IB), other forces and agencies in India.
"India first"…as Modi has … always contributed to spreading hatred, discord and hostility between communities... their... theme for political activities mainly revolve around communal polarisation for garnering votes. …… and to raise anti-minority, especially anti-Muslim slogans has been their favourite pastime as rightly reported.
Mulayam may ... Read More
India's richest politician shot dead in New Delhi
One of India's richest politician, Deepak Bharadwaj was gunned down by three unknown car-borne assailants at his farmhouse in New Delhi, on Tuesday.
A family friend of Deepak, Swami Anand Maharaj, said, "The family of Deepak told me that somebody shot Deepak Bharadwaj in the morning. He has been taken to AIIMS. Deepak Bharadwaj was my close friend but I don't know if he had animosity with anybody."
Bharadwaj, who unsuccessfully contested the 2009 national elections on ... Read More
Minister expelled from BJP for anti-party activities
Bangalore: The ruling BJP in Karnataka on Tuesday night expelled Excise Minister Renukacharya for six years for "anti-party activities" after he unleashed a no-holds-barred attack on state leaders.
In his first initiative against indiscipline after taking over as the state BJP chief, Prahlad Joshi took the action against Renukacharya, saying he had been talking "lightly" about some state party leaders.
The expulsion of Renukacharya, close to B S Yeddyurappa, came on a day when he attacked former ... Read More
The prospects of a Third Front
By Balbir Singh Sooch
Due to self-interest and opportunism (somebody who takes advantage of something, especially somebody who does so in a devious, unscrupulous, or unprincipled way), no member of parliament (MP) wants early Lok Sabha elections.
About the question as specially debated on almost all the TV channels on March 20, 2013, the general view was that early Lok Sabha elections are inevitable.
Otherwise, the Union government has to exercise bargain almost on a daily basis to ... Read More
CBI raids Stalin's house
Stalin calls CBI visit political vendetta. Strongly disapprove of CBI action: Chidambaram.CHENNAI: DMK chief M Karunanidhi on Thursday said he did not wish to speculate and term the CBI team visiting his son M K Stalin's residence this morning as political vendetta by the UPA government. "I woke up only at 10am. I saw the news about raids on TV. Stalin has clarified," the DMK chief told reporters in Chennai.
Asked if he thought the CBI ... Read More
DMK Ministers resign
A day after the DMK withdrew support to the UPA government on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue, the party’s five Union Ministers on Wednesday submitted their resignation to the Prime Minister amid speculation that party chief M. Karunanidhi’s son M.K. Alagiri was unhappy for not being kept in the loop.
Eyebrows were raised as Mr. Alagiri and D. Napoleon did not go along with other three Ministers S.S. Palanimanickam, S. Gandhiselvan and S. Jagatrakshakan to submit ... Read More
Panthers threaten to move SC
“Nearly 38000 canals of agricultural land owned by the refugees from Chhamb/Deva-Batala since 1965 in Palanwala area of Akhnoor Tehsil have been taken over by the State government by force reducing the refugee farmers homeless and landless forcing them to starve.” This was the representation made by the oppressed Chhamb refugees to the NPP Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh during his visit this morning to the bordering areas in Chhamb sector.
The refugees have threatened to ... Read More
Tour of NPP Supremo for NPP 31st Anniversary
NPP Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh accompanied by several senior NPP leaders during his whirlwind tour of Kathua, Hiranagar, Samba, Damana, Marh, Kanachak, R.S. Pura, Suchetgarh and other areas bordering Pakistan appealing the people of Jammu Pradesh and Kashmir Valley to join 31st Anniversary of Panthers Party which was founded by Prof. Bhim Singh on 23rd March, 1982 to strengthen the battle against injustice and corrupt rule of National Conference and Congress. Addressing about two dozen ... Read More
Debnath is Tripura speaker for third time
Agartala, March 15 (IANS) Communist Party of India-Marxist's (CPI-M) Ramendra Chandra Debnath was Friday elected speaker of the Tripura assembly for the third consecutive term.
Pro-tem Speaker Niranjan Debbarma announced that the 60-year-old lawyer-turned politician was elected unanimously as there was no other candidate for the post. Debnath has held the post since 2003.
Debnath, also a former minister, waas elected to the Tripura assembly uninterruptedly for the fifth time in the Feb 14 election from Yubarajnagar.
A ... Read More
BJP not an alternative to Congress: Prakash Karat
KANPUR: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat today dismissed that BJP is an alternative to Congress and said that the country needs a new option, which will be formed when like-minded parties come together.
"BJP was never an alternate to Congress. The political parties which believe in similar policies as ours should come together and struggle. Our country needs a new option," Karat said here.
Karat ruled out the formation of a Third ... Read More
Does Modi’s ‘India First’ include J&K?
Gujarat Chief Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has surprised no right thinking citizens of the largest secular democracy of the world when he off hand made a statement that ‘secularism’ for him is India First. The Panthers Party Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh who has been agitating and advocating for reorganization of J&K and amendment in Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which debars the Parliament to legislate in J&K even in respect of matters which were ... Read More
Non-tribal elected Meghalaya Speaker for first time
Abu Taher Mondal was on Monday elected unopposed as Meghalaya Speaker creating history of sorts by becoming the first non-tribal to occupy the post.
Mondal, the Congress legislator from Phulbari, was elected unopposed after the nomination papers of Hills State People's Democratic Party (HSPDP) legislator Ardent Basaiawmoit were rejected on the ground that no one seconded his name on time.
The HSPDP abstained from the election of the Speaker. Congratulating Mondal, chief minister Mukul Sangma said, ... Read More
Civil society asked to identify and debate national issues
Addressing a high profile seminar of intellectuals, members of the civil society, parliamentarians and others organized by Nation-Building Meet at India International Centre, New Delhi, Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council made a compassionate appeal to the members of the civil society, media persons, parliamentarians and social & political activists to organize a national debate to churn out the national issues pertaining to the entire country ... Read More
Police brutality against Lawyers condemned
“The police brutality in Chandigarh & Jaipur yesterday, unknown in democracy where the Constitution rules supreme like in India, particularly against the lawyers’ community, the defenders of human rights deserves condemnation by one and all when the defenders of law turned perpetrators of law. The lawyers from all over the country should ask for an urgent action against the breakers of law so that they are brought to justice in the interest of rule of ... Read More
Varun Gandhi acquitted in 2009 hate speech case
PILIBHIT: BJP leader Varun Gandhi was acquitted in a 2009 hate speech case on Wednesday.
A local court provided relief to Varun Gandhi in one of the cases registered against him.
Varun had allegedly made inflammatory comments against a particular community in his speeches at public meetings in Pilibhit during the 2009 Lok Sabha election campaign.
The BJP leader was booked under various sections of the IPC and the People's Representation Act for promoting enmity and acts prejudicial ... Read More
BJP’s double standards exposed
“Statement by BJP’s national leadership in Jammu advocating for considering the issue of Article 370 in the Constitution of India has exposed BJP’s policy vis-à-vis J&K and there appears no difference in the attitude of the BJP from that of the Congress and the left.” Prof. Bhim Singh while reacting on the statement of Shri Kirti Azad, Spokesman of BJP in Jammu.
The Panthers Party Supremo accused BJP for the blackmail and exploitation of the ... Read More
Garden Reach case: Left demands sacking of West Bengal minister
By IANS - KOLKATA
The Left Front Friday demanded the sacking of a West Bengal minister, accusing him of being involved in the Garden Reach incident in which a policeman was shot dead during a clash between student groups.
"There is enough evidence, including video footage, to suggest that the minister was involved. His involvement must be probed and he must be immediately sacked," Left Front chairman Biman Bose told media here.
Though Bose did not name the ... Read More
In Meghalaya elections, PA Sangma and his 'magic bus' seek inroads
In Meghalaya's West Garo Hills district, a bus the locals call 'The Magic Bus' has been doing the rounds over the past month or so. At every public meeting that PA Sangma addresses in his home district, he emerges on a hydraulic stage from a vehicle that's been dubbed "the magic bus" by the large crowds he draws.
This assembly election, Mr Sangma, who is 65, will need his magic touch more than ever before.
A few ... Read More
Bihar legislator named in kidnapping-cum-murder case
Patna, Feb 20 (IANS) Bihar legislator Anant Singh of the ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) was named an accused in the kidnapping and murder of a farmer, police said Wednesday.
Police in Patna have filed a complaint against Anant Singh, accused of kidnapping and killing a farmer, Abhay Singh.
Patna Superintendent of Police Jayant Kant said an FIR was lodged at Beur police station here against Anant Singh. "Abhay Singh's son Raju Kumar had lodged a case Tuesday ... Read More
What numbers have to say about PJ Kurien?
Congress MP from Kerala and Rajya Sabha's deputy chairman PJ Kurien is passing through a crucial period. Whether it is lucky or unlucky cannot be predicted instantly. However, it is quite interesting to note that there are some numerological factors surrounding his case.
The case against him came up when he was 54 years old (5+4=9). He turns 72 in March (2+7=9). Important events take place at a period of 9 years or multiple of ... Read More
Pledge to fight corruption, criminalization
Hundreds of NPSU activists celebrated its 30th Foundation Anniversary at the Auditorium of the Press Club of Jammu today which was presided by NPSU State President, Mr. Partap Singh Jamwal assisted by its Provincial President, Mr. Virender Singh Thakur. 84 Students activists were presented trophies (Student Pride Award) by Prof. Bhim Singh (Founder & Chief Patron-NPP) and Shri Harsh Dev Singh ,Chairman Advisory Board-NPSU.Those who were honoured included the State & Provincial Presidents also. ... Read More
MPs urged to empower Parliament to legislate on subjects for security of state
New Delhi, 20th February, 2013:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council made a compassionate appeal to the Parliament of India to amend temporary provisions in Article 370 which have outlived their utility rather have proved counter-productive threatening the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation. He blamed the undesirable and dangerous provisions which were inserted in 1950 by the Constituent Assembly under pressure though, temporarily, which ... Read More
Karnataka: 13 rebel BJP MLAs resigns
Thirteen rebel BJP MLAs identified with former party strongman B S Yeddyurappa today submitted their resignation letters to Assembly Speaker K G Bopaiah. The MLAs submitted their letters quitting their assembly membership in person to Bopaiah, who had a one-on-one meeting with them to
ascertain whether they were doing so on their own.
Even as the consultation process was underway, the Speaker's secretariat issued a statement, saying that the resignation of Challakere (ST) constituency MLA Thippeswamy has ... Read More
Telangana Congress MPs put off resignation decision
By PTI - HYDERABAD
Seven Congress MPs from the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh today put off their decision to forward their resignation -- both from Lok Sabha and the party -- by a day as they reportedly could not iron out differences among themselves on the issue.
They, however, told reporters this afternoon that they would go ahead with their move and reach New Delhi tomorrow to submit their resignations to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.
The MPs ... Read More
Panthers to fight corruption, communalism and criminalization
Jammu, 19th January, 2013:-An emergency meeting of the Core Group of JKNPP was held at NPP Headquarters Jammu to review the present situation prevailing in the state following reign of corruption, public loot, anarchy and criminalization being openly patronized by the ruling parties, NC and Congress in J&K. The meeting was presided by the Chairman Mr. Harsh Dev Singh MLA. Chief Patron of National Panthers Party, Prof. Bhim Singh, S. Daljit Singh, Vice-President, State General ... Read More
AIADMK holds state-wide protests against Centre
Citing the Centre's step-motherly attitude towards Tamil Nadu on many issues and the recent hike imposed by it on diesel, and railway fares, the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu staged state-wide protests on Thursday.
The ruling AIADMK on Thursday staged state-wide protests against the Centre on many issues, including the Cauvery crisis.
Organised by Anna Thozhirsanga Peravai, the labour wing of the party, protests were held in front of Central government offices across the state including Chennai, ... Read More
Uddhav Thackeray takes charge as Shiv Sena president
Mumbai, Jan 23 (IANS) Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray, son of the late party supremo Bal Thackeray, formally took charge as the party president Wednesday.
Even as the decision was on expected lines, the timing of the event was symbolic as the party observed the birth anniversary of Bal Thackeray, who passed away Nov 17 last year aged 86.
The decision was officially announced after the party's national executive meet Wednesday where the members anointed Uddhav, ... Read More
High drama around resignation of Karnataka legislators
Bangalore, Jan 23 (IANS) Karnataka Wednesday saw high drama as 13 rebel BJP legislators felt left high and dry as speaker K.G. Bopaiah was not in his office when they came to submit their resignations from the state assembly.
"We informed the speaker that we would meet him today (Wednesday) to submit our resignations. But he is not in the office and has not made any alternative arrangements," C.M. Udasi, who earlier in the day quit ... Read More
Stop registration of Aam Admi Party : Panthers
New Delhi, 17th January, 2013:-Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Secretary General of Delhi
Pradesh National Panthers Party has written a letter to the Chief Election
Commission of India against Aam Admi Party. He informed the Chief Election
Commission of India against the Founders of Aam Admi Party Mr. Arvind Kejriwal,
Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai who has violated the Article 361 of the Constitution
The Panthers Party has already been filed a case against ... Read More
Narendra Modi impresses Chennai on MGR's birthday
January 17, 2013: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi impressed people in Chennai with his message on Twitter greeting them on Thiru MGR's birthday. Modi on Thursday, Jan 17 greeted all Chennaites who celebrated MGR's 96th birthday. The Gujarat seems to have enjoyed his visit to the city on the same day. "In Chennai today. After being re-elected by the people of Gujarat, this is my 1st visit to Tamil Nadu & Chennai," reads Modi's tweet. ... Read More
Arjun Munda resigns as Chief Minister; Jharkhand Govt set to fall
Arjun Munda resigns as Chief Minister; Jharkhand Govt set to fall
Ranchi: Jharkhand plunged into political crisis today after Chief Minister Arjun Munda submitted his resignation to Governor Syed Ahmad. Mr Munda took the step hours after his coalition partner, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), decided to withdraw its support from the 28-month-long BJP-led coalition government.
The BJP and Mr Soren's JMM have 18 members each in the 81-member state Assembly. Without the support of the JMM, ... Read More
Bhim Singh wants immediate dismissal of the father & son
New Delhi, 9th January, 2013:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of NIC addressed an urgent letter to Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India urging his immediate intervention by dismissing the Omar led government in J&K and prosecuting Dr. Farooq Abdullah, President, National Conference and the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah for their seditious utterances, provoking and inciting the innocent people against the Union of India.
Prof. Bhim Singh ... Read More
Panthers to fight corruption, communalism, criminalization in 2013
Hundreds of Panthers Party activists, this afternoon, pledged in one voice to uphold sovereignty, unity and integrity of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Dwarka to Imphal. Supremo of National Panthers Party, Prof. Bhim Singh administered oath to the NPP activists that,
“We the activists of the Panthers Party pledge to fight corruption, communalism & criminalization in the country and that shall be our foremost national agenda of the year.” ... Read More
Write her name in Golden Letters as national martyr
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of NPP & Member of NIC expressed grave shock on the death of budding daughter of India who succumbed due to the assault by the culprits causing a shameful blot on the dace of one of the greatest human civilization on earth inviting the wrath of the entire humanity.
NPP Supremo called on the people of the country, particularly the youth and the students to express their anger ... Read More
KJP vows to topple BJP government in Karnataka
By PTI - BANGALORE
"We may not allow this government to present the budget. We will finalise an action plan to bring down the Shettar government at the KJP Executive meeting slated for tomorrow", Yeddyurappa, who last month quit the BJP to head the KJP, said.
Eager to stall presentation of an election budget by the Jagadish Shettar Ministry, Karnataka Janatha Party of B S Yeddyurappa is holding its executive committee meeting here tomorrow to finalise 'an ... Read More
Mamata's Trinamool suspends partymen over dance row
Kolkata: Ruling Trinamool Congress Wednesday suspended party leaders and workers after they were seen showering money at dancing girls at an event to celebrate the Mamata Banerjee-led party's foundation day ceremony.
The decision came following severe criticism from political parties, the women's commission and intellectuals, after the partymen -- including zila parishad member Meer Taheer Ali -- were caught on camera showering money on skimpily-dressed women dancers who were hired for the event in South 24-Parganas' ... Read More
Bhim Singh launched ‘Saturday Times’ from Kolkata
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and Member of National Integration Council launched first English Weekly magazine from North-East, ‘The Saturday Times’ late last evening in an impressive ceremony held in a Kolkata Club in the presence of several parliamentarians, members of the civil society, media persons and prominent personalities from North-East, Jharkhand and Orissa. The Saturday Times’s Managing Director and Editor, Mr. Priyonath Chattopadhyay who is the owner of the gigantic ... Read More
Bengal CPI-M leader makes indecent remarks against Mamata, apologises
Source : IANS
Kolkata: Senior CPI-M leader and former West Bengal Minister Anisur Rahman found himself in the eye of a political storm Thursday for making indecent comments against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Though Rahman, the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) deputy leader in the state assembly, apologised in the evening, the Trinamool Congress submitted a privilege notice to Speaker Biman Banerjee.
Addressing a meeting of the party's peasants wing Krishak Sabha in North Dinajpur's Itahar, Rahman ridiculed ... Read More
Prof. Bhim Singh shares platform with Gen.V.K. Singh
New Delhi, 21st December, 2012:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party while addressing a strong gathering of lawyers, intellectuals, NGOs and others at India Law Commission this afternoon called on the people of India to elect a Parliament which shall end all forms of discriminations with the people of J&K so that the national security is no more under threat of enemies of India. The seminar was presided over by General V.K. Singh ... Read More
New Headquarters inaugurated by Bhim Singh in Srinagar
JKNPP headquarters were inaugurated by Party Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh
at Kursoo Rajbagh. The prominent Party leaders present at the inauguration
included Shri Masood Andrabi, Sr. Vice-President, Syed Mohd. Rafiq Shah MLC
& President Young Panthers, Shri Manzoor Naik, General Secretary, Shri
Farooq Ahmad Dar, Provincial President Kashmir Province, Shri Maqbool Malik
and Mehboob Illahi, State Secretaries and several District Presidents and
prominent Panthers Party activists.
A meeting of the Panthers Party Secretariat of Kashmir Province was also
held in which ... Read More
Omar Abdullah’s Govt., a security risk,
earlier it goes, good for the Nation
New Delhi, 22nd December
"The J&K Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah got terribly exposed yesterday while by addressing a sponsored press conference seeking excuses to bail out himself and his government from the blunders and omissions of his government during the past nearly four years while running a minority government with the crutches of the Congress." Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party said in New Delhi while reacting ... Read More
UP has maximum MLAs facing charges of crimes against women
By Ashish Tripathi, TNN
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh(UP) not only tops in crime rate and politicians with criminal record, it also has maximum number of members of legislative assembly(MLAs) facing charges of crimes against women, including rape.
Total 42 MLAs taken together from all the states of the country have declared charges of crimes against women in their sworn affidavits submitted with the Election Commission of India (ECI) at the time of election. Of these, maximum 12 ... Read More
Controversial ex-minister Amit Shah wins in Gujarat
Ahmedabad: Former Gujarat minister Amit Shah, who is an accused in the Soharabuddin Sheikh and Tulsi Prajapati staged shootout cases, has won by a big margin from Naranpura constituency .
Mr Shah won by more than 30,000 votes from Naranpura constituency in Ahmedabad. He won the last time from the Sarkhej assembly constituency, with a margin of over 2.50 lakh votes.
Known to be a close aide of chief minister Narendra Modi, Mr Shah has returned to ... Read More
Priyanka meets Cong workers, discusses party’s revamp
Rae Bareli: On the concluding day of her visit to her mother and Congress president Sonia Gandhi's Lok Sabha constituency, Priyanka Vadra on Tuesday met party workers and discussed ways and means to strengthen the organisation.
She met party workers of Sadar and Uchahar blocks and discussed at length ways and means to revamp the party in Rae Bareli, her mother's Parliamentary constituency.
Priyanka exhorted the workers to discharge their duties honestly and responsibly, Congress sources said.
Winding ... Read More
Jaya Bachchan breaks down in Rajya Sabha over Delhi rape
Source : IANS
While many Rajya Sabha members became emotional when condemning the gang-rape of a young woman in a moving bus in Delhi, Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan broke down.
Addressing the house after Deputy Chairman P J Kurien gave her a second chance to speak, Bachchan asked if the government had made any public apology to the victim's family.
"First of all, whatever happened? Did the government send any condolence to the family? Did you publicly ... Read More
Gujarat campaign ignores national leaders from there
New Delhi, 15th December, 2012:- A delegation of National Panthers Party headed by its Chief Patron, Prof. Bhim Singh returned last evening from his five day election tour in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Porbandar, Bhavnagar, Bharuch, Surat etc. The Panthers Party made strong appeal to the electorates in Gujarat to vote against the communal, corrupt & criminal candidates whatever party they may belong to. Prof. Bhim Singh interacted with several hundreds, youth, students & political activists during ... Read More
BJP may win 122 seats in Gujarat: Survey
By IANS - NEW DELHI
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is set to win a near two-thirds majority of 122 seats in the 182-member Gujarat assembly, according to a survey released Wednesday.
The LensOnNews survey projected 53 seats for the Congress and just one seat for former chief minister Keshubhai Patel's Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP). In the last election, the BJP had won 117 seats.
Six other seats could go to independents and other parties.
According to the survey, ... Read More
Panthers tempest hit Modi castle in Gujarat
Panthers Party team led by Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of the JKNPP reached this afternoon in Rajkot, after visiting Ahmedabad. Prof. Bhim Singh called on youth of Gujarat to defeat the forces of corruption, communalism and crime in the interest of democracy and secularism in the country.
He appealed the people of Gujarat to defeat the communal forces so that the light shown by Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel for unity of the country ... Read More
Panthers Party shall campaign in Gujarat polls
A strong team of National Panthers Party led by Prof. Bhim Singh, the Founder & Chief Patron of the party is leaving this evening for Ahmedabad, Gujarat to actively campaign in the Assembly polls. The team comprises of several senior journalists, political activists and artists including Ms. Nasreen Hamid, Jt. Editor, The Voice of Millions and Chairperson, Global Women’s Lib, Mr. Rajiv Khosla, Secy. General, Delhi Pradesh National Panthers Party, Mr. B.S. Billowria, General Secretary-NPP ... Read More
Defeat communalism, corruption & criminalization in Gandhi’s birth place
Addressing a press conference in Porbandar, Gujarat, Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo, National Panthers Party and Member, National Integration Council appealed the people of Gujarat particularly the youth and the intellectuals to defeat those who have been spreading communalism, breeding corruption and promoting criminalization in politics. The NPP Chief Patron is campaigning in Gujarat, the motherland of Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel and Morarji Desai which has earned a great name for the country the world over. ... Read More
’Rahul not campaigning in Gujarat to avoid blame of defeat’
Ahmedabad: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is not campaigning in Gujarat because he does not want to take responsibility of his party's likely defeat in the Assembly polls, Chief Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday night.
Without naming him, Modi took a dig at Rahul, often termed as the future prime minister, while addressing poll rallies at 52 places, using 3D holographic projection technology.
"One of the Congress leaders from whom they have big expectations had camped in Uttar ... Read More
BJP is bigger evil than Cong-JDS: Yeddyurappa
A week after snapping his four decade old association with BJP, former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa on thursday dubbed it 'a bigger evil' than Congress and JDS and vowed never to return to his former party. "It is 100%. BJP is a bigger evil than Congress or JDS", Yeddyurappa,
who is set to formally launch his regional outfit Karnataka Janata Party at Haveri on December 9, said.
The 70-year-old former BJP strongman, credited with bringing the first ... Read More
J&K Govt. accused for sabotaging democratic norms, rigging Council polls
New Delhi, 3rd December, 2012:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party in a letter shot to Shri N.N. Vohra, Governor of J&K has charged the Govt. of J&K and his ministers for sabotaging entire democratic process during the polling day of the Council election of Panchayat Constituencies in J&K. The Panthers Supremo pointed out that a minister had organized a lunger for the Panches and the Sarpanches (voters) at Billawar at the polling ... Read More
Coalition Govt. against any rigging attempt in Council poll
Jammu/Srinagar, 2nd December, 2012:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party after concluding his 14-day-tour in J&K in support of the party candidates, Ms. Anita Thakur and Sarpanch Mohd. Rafiq Chandel (Jammu Pradesh), Mr. Maqbool Malik and Dr. Iqbal Wani (Kashmir Province) contesting Council election in the Panchayat Constituencies warned the coalition government of serious consequences in case the government out of frustration tries to rig the EVMs to manipulate Council elections as the ... Read More
Gujarat polls: Congress promises free laptops, tablets
By IANS - AHMEDABAD
The Congress Tuesday roped in Sheila Dikshit, its three-time Delhi Chief Minister, as star campaigner for the crucial Gujarat assembly polls and unveiled its manifesto with a series of promises, including free laptops and tablets to students.
Releasing the manifesto, Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee chief Arjun Modhwadia slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government for ignoring farmers, minorities, healthcare facilities and small-scale industries during its rule in the state.
The Congress promised it would ... Read More
Bhim Singh hits back at his critics exposes merchants of vote-sales
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party exposed the merchants of vote-trade in exchange of personal gains, promote personal business and seek undue benefits from the National Conference and governments since Sheikh Abdullah’s time. Hitting hard for trading with the interest of the people of Jammu, Prof. Bhim Singh told the media this morning that it was the BJP leadership in 1978 when they sold out the people’s popular movement in Jammu ... Read More
Sushma Swaraj mocks Sonia, asks PM to fight for the poor
Source : ANI
Modi fit to be PM: Sushma Swaraj
New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, on Tuesday poked fun at Congress President Sonia Gandhi's claim that the UPA Government led by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has brought about immense development in the country within a short period of time.
"Soniaji asked in a recent rally if India had seen any government that brought about so much development in such a short ... Read More
Omar Abdullah’s anti women remarks deserve appropriate reply by the women Panches
Jammu, 2nd December, 2012 :Ms. Anita Thakur, a candidate set up by JKNPP in the Council polls in the Panchayat Constituencies of Jammu has hit back at Omar Abdullah (Chief Minister of J&K)’s insulting remarks against the female Panchayat Members that women Panchayat members go for cosmetic make-up to show off to the male Panchayat Members. These remarks made by Chief Minister of J&K only prove his chauvinism and anti-women hysteria which deserves to be ... Read More
Anita Thakur completes election Parikrama of Jammu Pradesh
Addressing first press conference as a candidate of JKNPP for Panchayat Council Seat, Ms. Anita Thakur told the media this morning that she got an opportunity to tour the far-flung areas of Jammu Pradesh namely; Banihal, Ramban, Batote, Kud, Chenani, Udhampur, Katra, Reasi, Mahore, Chassana, Budhal, Rajouri, Surankote, Poonch, Mendhar, Vijaypur, Samba, Kagwal, Hiranagar, Kathua, Billawar, Basohli, Bani and several others Blocks headquarters during the 10 days election campaign. She said that the people ... Read More
Panches were locked in Dak Bungalow to facilitate CM’s rally in Rajouri
A naked demonstration of authoritarian rule was demonstrated by the flock of the Chief Minister in Rajouri Dak Bungalow where Panthers Party supporting Panches and Sarpanches had gathered at 12 o’clock to attend Panthers Party meeting to be addressed by its Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh. The local administration bolted the doors from inside and didn’t allow Panches and Sarpanches to come out. Prof. Bhim Singh and the Panthers Party candidates were also not allowed to ... Read More
Hundreds of Panches & Sarpanches pledged to vote NPP candidates
Poonch, 27th November, 2012:- Strong rallies of the Sarpanches and the Panches were held in Surankote, Poonch and Mendhar by noon today. Panches and Sarpanches in hundreds pledged to support Panthers Party candidates namely, Ms. Anita Thakur and Mohd. Rafiq Chandel in Jammu Pradesh in the Panchayat elections for Legislative Council of J&K. Sarpanch and District President of Poonch Panchayat Empowerment Committee, Mr. Ashfaq Raina declared in Surankote rally that the Panches and the Sarpanches ... Read More
Adjournment in POK & Pak war prisoners’ case sought
The Supreme Court Division Bench comprising JJ Mr. R. M. Lodha and Mr. Anil R. Dave today adjourned the case of 259 Pakistani prisoners lodged in different jails in India, mostly detained under the orders of the Govt. of J&K and others War of Prisoners of Pakistan who were arrested in 1965. The Supreme Court on the request of the counsel for GOI adjourned the case till January, 2013.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate appearing ... Read More
DMK decides to support govt on FDI with 'bitterness'
DMK annouced it will vote in favour of the UPA government on FDI issue in Parliament during voting. "DMK took the decision with "bitterness" to prevent communal forces from coming to power, party chief Karunanidhi said. Earlier, main oppositon party
BJP on Tuesday said it will insist on discussion on FDI in retail issue under rules which entail voting and asked the government to give up its "adamant" attitude and "allow the House to function" by ... Read More
'Common man' Arvind Kejriwal's party named Aam Aadmi Party
Interestingly, the party will not have a President, Vice President or General Secretary, but will have only a national convenor who will be elected by the national executive. The reason? Mr Kejriwal says his party is for the aam addmi or common man. It will not have a "high command style of functioning"; there will be no "hierarchical structures".
The National council meeting is taking place at the Constitution Club, in the heart of the national ... Read More
Electoral war against NC-Congress coalition in J & K Panchayat Council elections
NPP Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh after releasing manifesto of the Panthers Party in the election of Legislative Council from J&K Panchayats last evening declared electoral war against authoritarian, corrupt, communal, criminal and undemocratic NC-Congress alliance in J&K. J&K is holding upper house election from Panchayats after a gap of 35 years to elect four members of the Legislative Council. Two MLCs shall be elected from Kashmir province and two from Jammu Pradesh according to the ... Read More
Congress accuses Mamata of communal politics
Source : IANS
Haldia (West Bengal), Nov 20 (IANS) With Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee seeking support from political parties, including the BJP, for a no-confidence motion against the UPA government in parliament, the Congress Tuesday accused her of pursuing "communal politics".
"We have seen her meeting religious leaders earlier and now she is seeking the help of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) for backing the Trinamool's no-confidence motion against the UPA. She is trying to create ... Read More
Panthers put a Sarpanch among four Contestants for Council
JKNPP has filed nominations for all the four vacant seats of Legislative Council. Each Panchayat Member shall have two votes to elect two members each from Kashmir and Jammu Divisions.
The Panthers Party has set up two candidates from Jammu Pradesh namely; Ms. Anita Thakur from Rajouri and Mr. Mohd. Rafiq Chandel (Sarpanch) from Udhampur.
In Kashmir Province the two candidates of the Panthers Party who filed nominations today have been named as Mohd. Maqbool ... Read More
Legislative Council elections of Panchayat Constituencies Jammu and Kashmir
J&K National Panthers Party stands for building Panchayat Ghar with special library, special free dispensary and literacy center for every person in the Panchayat. This is Panthers Party’s commitment to build special Panchayat Ghar in every Block within one year in every Block Headquarter.
2. Panthers Party has a commitment to provide legitimate powers to the Panchayats to make them deliver local and social justice, implement all the State and Central schemes for the development ... Read More
Karunanidhi asks DMK to support Stalin
Source : PTI
Chennai: Showering praise on his younger son and party's youth wing leader M K Stalin, DMK president M Karunanidhi today said he has risen from a zone secretary to Deputy Chief Minister-level due to hard work and asked the cadre to support and help him in all his future endeavours.
"You should support him and help him in all his future endeavours," the DMK patriarch said, two days after he backed Stalin over selection ... Read More
Bhim Singh calls on bomb victims in Hospital
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron JKNPP and Member of NIC visited Medical College Hospital this morning and enquired about the health of the civilians who were serious injured last evening in a bomb explosion in Narwal of Jammu.
Prof. Bhim Singh accompanied by a candidate for Council elections, Ms Anita Thakur, Jagdev Singh, S. Paramjeet Singh Marshal from met Mr. Prakash Singh who was injured seriously. He is a driver who hails from ... Read More
Bhim calls on Prime Minister: Urges for All Party Conference on J&K
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron, National Panthers Party and Member, National Integration Council called on Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India urging the Prime Minister to convene an urgent conference of the representatives of all political parties of J&K so that a consensus is evolved to seek a durable and honest resolution of the existing Intra Provincial Conflicts within the state to end all kinds of six decades old discrimination with the people ... Read More
Panthers’ tributes to Nehru his blunders were alarming too!
An impressive gathering of youth and students was held at the NPP Headquarters in New Delhi on 123rd Birth Anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India and an undaunted Ambassador of peace. In their rich tributes to Shri Nehru, the National Panthers Party described Nehru as an undaunted Ambassador of peace and a great visionary and statesman. His contributions for the formation of Non-Aligned Movement getting the third world closer were ... Read More
BJP president Nitin Gadkari faces open attack
NEW DELHI: Nitin Gadkari on Monday came under attack from within BJP, when noted lawyer Mahesh Jethmalami quit the party's national executive citing allegations against the president as reason. In a letter to the party president, Jethmalani said that it would be, "morally and intellectually inappropriate" for him to serve in the BJP's apex decision-making body as long as Gadkari remained at the helm.
Speaking to reporters, later, Jethmalani said that he was not satisfied with ... Read More
Yashwant Sinha's remark on Rahul Gandhi draws strong Congress reaction
BOKARO/NEW DELHI: A remark by BJP's Yashwant Sinha comparing Rahul Gandhi to a horse which carries the groom to his wedding, today drew strong reaction from Congress that BJP should be worried about Nitin Gadkari who is facing charges of corruption.
Sinha had said yesterday in Bokaro in Jharkhand, "Rahul Gandhi is like a horse which carries the groom on its back at weddings.
"The horse is always stuck at one place. It does not move. Similarly, ... Read More
Mammoth Congress rally for retail FDI fails to impress farmers, unemployed youth
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party made the following statement;
"A highly impressive historic gathering of manpower in the Capital’s Ram Leela Ground this morning failed to convey the message to the farmers and the unemployed youth of the country who make 80% of the total population of the country. The Congress message in support of promoting FDI in retail in India, whatever may be the compulsion of the party to promote foreign ... Read More
Mahesh Jethmalani quits BJP national executive citing graft charges against Nitin Gadkari
The Oxford-educated lawyer said today that he does not "speak for the BJP or the RSS. This is a personal opinion that I do not want to serve in the national executive in Mr Gadkari's term," he said, adding that he did not find the BJP president's defense against graft charges "satisfactory".
His father, who is counted among the most outspoken members of the BJP, had said, "He (Gadkari) should not aspire for a second term ... Read More
Rousing Reception to Prof Bhim Singh
Bodaklan, Haryana: Hundreds of activists of Pradesh Panthers Party gave rousing reception to the Party’s Chief Patron, Prof Bhim Singh ,in Bodaklan, 40 Kms from Gurgaon in Haryana this morning making a strong appeal to the Party Supremo to accomplish the Chetna Abhyan in the country against corruption, communalism,criminalization, drug menace and other social evils which is commitment of the Party for realizing the Ultimate revolution.
Prof Bhim Singh ... Read More
Tribute to Indira Gandhi on 28th Anniversary of her martyrdom
Panthers Party activists held memorial meetings in honour of Mrs. Indira Gandhi on 28th Anniversary of her martyrdom as she was assassinated under an international conspiracy on 31st October, 1984 in her highly protected official residence by her own security men. The Panthers Party paid high tributes to the former Prime Minister in several meetings held in Srinagar, Jammu, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow and other places.
Addressing the Panthers Party activists, Prof. Bhim Singh, Member, ... Read More
Narendra Modi calls PM 'Maun Mohan Singh'
MANDI: Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Monday mocked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, describing him as 'Maun (Silent) Mohan Singh'.
Addressing a rally in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, Modi said: "Yesterday, during his Himachal Pradesh visit, 'Maunmohan' Singh came, and the news today is that he broke his silence in Himachal!
Appealing to the people of the state to vote the BJP back to power, Modi said: "I pray to the people of Himachal Pradesh to choose the ... Read More
Bhim Singh seeks PM's intervention to save J&K
"J&K is passing through a dangerous turbulence caused by inefficiency, authoritarian and corrupt rule of National Conference-Congress alliance. The National Conference government has become security risk at this delicate period, when terrorism has threatened security and democracy in the civilized world", Prof. Bhim Singh, Member, NIC and Chief Patron of NPP said today in a statement.
The NPP Supremo accused the State government for the unfortunate disturbances that erupted in Zanskar (District Kargil) and Chhatru ... Read More
Sonia Gandhi slams BJP for inaction against corrupt leaders
SHIMLA: Less than week after BJP president Nitin Gadkari's name surfaced in an alleged wrongdoing in his business, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday accused his party of inaction against corrupt leaders.
Without naming Gadkari, Gandhi, addressing an election rally here - her second in the state - said: "No other party has fought corruption as we have. I want to ask the BJP what action has it taken against its own leaders who are ... Read More
Prime Minister asked to grant Amnesty to Kashmir Prisoners on Eid
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party has urged Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India for his personal intervention to grant General Amnesty, on the eve of Eid-ul-Zuha to all the prisoners from J&K, POK and Pakistan who have been languishing in different Indian jails for years. There are about 250 prisoners from Pakistan and POK, many of them in Indian jails for over 10 years without trial.
The NPP Chairman said that ... Read More
Tribal development to be JD-U's main poll plank in Gujarat
Janata Dal-United (JDU) Thursday said it will contest the Gujarat Assembly poll on the issue of tribal development and ruled out any seat-sharing arrangement with its ally BJP in the state. "Development of tribals will be the main poll plank of JD(U) in Gujarat," the party President,
Sharad Yadav, said.
He ruled out any seat-sharing arrangement between his party and BJP in Gujarat despite the two being constituents of National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
Chhotubhai Vasava, President of Gujarat ... Read More
146 'crorepati' candidates contesting Himachal polls: NGO
SHIMLA: As many as 146 candidates contesting the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections are 'crorepatis', according to a NGO report.
The study conducted by Himachal Pradesh Election Watch, an NGO generating awareness among voters, also found that assets of 54 MLAs, re-contesting polls this year, grew on an average by 172 per cent since the 2007 elections.
Leading the table is Brij Behari Lal Butail of Congress from Palampur constituency with assets worth Rs 169 crore, ... Read More
The 65th Anniversary of J&K Accession shall be celebrated at Udhampur
J&K National Panthers Party is the only political movement in the country which has been celebrating State's Accession with the Union of India since its foundation in 1982. The Accession was accomplished on 27
th October, 1947. The Golden Jubilee of the Accession was celebrated in the Constitution Club, New Delhi by Chairman of National Panthers Party, for a week with huge participation of notables including Dr. Karan Singh, Shri Ram Jethmalani, Shri Ramanand Sagar, Ustad ... Read More
NPP extends Eid Greetings, Welcomes Syrian ceasefire
The National Working Committee of the Panthers Party in a special meeting held here has extended Eid Greetings to the Muslim fraternity all over the world hoping that colonial suppression, oppression and continues assault on the Islamic world, particularly in the Arab peninsula shall end with the grace of God so that the Muslim fraternity shall be in a position to enjoy the fruits of their land, water, oil and all other resources which have ... Read More
Rahul Gandhi will decide when to join govt: Congress
New Delhi: Amid talk of a Cabinet reshuffle, Congress today said Rahul Gandhi will decide on the issue of joining government.
"The party and Rahul will decide", party spokesman Sandeep Dikshit told reporters when asked whether the young leader, who has been invited time and again by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to join the government, will do so.
Gandhi had met the Prime Minister last week, a day after Congress President Sonia Gandhi and the Prime Minister ... Read More
Bhim Singh meets with Anna Hazare and Maha CM
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party had 90 minutes long discussion with the Indiaâ€™s high profile social activist and leader of anti-corruption movement last evening in the village, Ralegun Siddhi, 120 kms. east of Pune. After one-to-one meeting was held in the sense of any media or political activist. Sources close to NPP Chief and Anna Hazare have given the impression that the NPP Chief has invited Shri Anna Hazare to join Rashtriya Chetna ... Read More
Sharad Pawar is at the centre of a massive scam: Former IPS officer
NEW DELHI: Ex-IPS officer turned legal activist Y P Singh on Thursday said India Against Corruption activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal had held back crucial information on NCP leader and agriculture minister Sharad Pawar's role in connection with a massive scam in Maharashtra.
Singh said Kejriwal had the information to expose Sharaad Pawar but had deliberately concealed facts. "Details of the larger irrigation scam were not brought out, " Singh claimed.
Targeting Sharad Pawar over Lavasa Corporaton, Singh ... Read More
Tributes to students' martyrs by Panthers Party
The Panthers Party leaders, young panthers and students leaders paid glowing tributes to the four students martyrs namely, Martyr Brijmohan, Martyr Gulshan Handa, Martyr Subash Chandra & Martyr S. Gurcharan Singh who were brutally shot and killed by the police under the direction of the Congress government in Jammu and Kashmir on 17th and 18th October 1966. Three students of GGM Science College were killed while the students were peacefully protesting inside the College premises. ... Read More
Sub:- Kashmir visit a mirage?
Dear Rahul Gandhi ji,
I am taking this liberty writing you this letter relating to the high profile media reports on your visit to Kashmir with the Birlas and Tatas with an agenda, as you put it, to involve the Kashmiri youth in the national mainstream. Bravo, it is a happy note that you have chosen to integrate Kashmiri youth with the mainstream. People noticed that your companions and co-photo sharers were only Tatas, Birlas and ... Read More
National Panthers Party paid glowing tributes to Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia on his 45
th death anniversary in a special resolution adopted at a specially convened meeting in New Delhi. The NPP said that Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia was a great thinker, revolutionary, nationalist, secularist, socialist and one among the highest ranking leaders of the country who did not get an opportunity to extend his socialist agenda to the rural folk.
The NPP said that aside ... Read More
Rahul Gandhi committed no offence
"Rahul Gandhi has committed no offence in disclosing his hidden identity of being a˜Kashmiri descentdent™ and combination of his ancestors with the ancestors of Omar Abdullah", commented Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and saviour of Farooq Abdullah when he was dismissed unceremoniously by Governor, Shri Jagmohan under the direction of Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India in 1984. Farooq Abdullah was brought back as Chief Minister by Shri Rajiv Gandhi ... Read More
Disproportionate assets case: CBI free to probe Mayawati, SC says
The SC today issued notice to the Centre and the CBI on a petition seeking continuance of investigation into alleged disproportionate assets of Mayawati.
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Centre and the CBI on a petition seeking continuance of investigation into alleged disproportionate assets of farmer UP chief minister Mayawati.
The apex court made it clear that the CBI has not been prohibited from probing the disproportionate assets case against BSP ... Read More
Nitish Kumar slams Lalu Prasad, Rabri Devi for ruining Bihar
Purnia: Lambasting Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today alleged that the 15 years rule of the 'husband and wife' (Lalu-Rabri) had ruined the state.
The governments of the husband (Lalu Prasad) and wife (Rabri Devi) had ruined Bihar during their rule between 1990 and 2005, he told a public meeting in Purnia.
Taking on the RJD supremo for questioning lack of development in Bihar, Mr Kumar said the NDA government ... Read More
Pak President's misleading speech in UN on J&K
"It was Pakistan who failed the 1948 UN Resolution on J&K by first invading J&K and forcibly annexing Gligit-Baltistan in 1948." This rejoinder was shot by Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party on Pakistani President, Asif Ali Zardari in reply to Mr. Zardariâ€™s provocative and irresponsible speech he made on the floors of the United Nations day before yesterday accusing United Nations for its alleged failure vis-Ã -vis J&K resolutions.
NPP Chief told Pakistan President ... Read More
Death of Raghuvir Singh Billowria condoled
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and Member, National Integration Council visited the family of the party General Secretary, Shri Raghuvir Singh Billowria who expired last week of cardiac arrest in Jammu. Mr. Billowria belonged to the ruling family of Billawar who was rulers of the Billawar-Basohli area till 1842 when Maharaja Gulab Singh united all 22 Jammu States.
Prof. Bhim Singh expressed condolences to the two elder brothers of the deceased, two sons, wife ... Read More
Solidarity with Panchayat Empowerment Committee
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and Chief Patron, PEC who joined one-day solidarity fast with the Sarpanches and Panches of Jammu Pradesh along with several senior members of JKNPP Secretariat in front of Raj Bhawan, Jammu on Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Jayanti expressed strong support to the cause and demands of the Jammu and Kashmir Panchayats.
Prof. Bhim Singh demanded immediate amendment in the 1989 Panchayat Act so as to;
1. Elect ... Read More
Narendra Modi trained by RSS in 'Nazi tradition': Digvijaya Singh
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday slammed Narendra Modi over his allegation on expenses incurred on Sonia Gandhi's foreign trips, saying he has been "trained well" by the RSS in the "Nazi tradition" of false propaganda.
NEW DELHI: Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday slammed Narendra Modi over his allegation on Sonia Gandhi's foreign trips, saying he has been trained well by RSS in the "Nazi tradition" of false propaganda and BJP's "cheap intentions" have been proved ... Read More
Bhim Singh's Call
Prof. Bhim Singh called on the youth and the students in particular and urged the intellectuals, thinkers, honest politicians and members of the civil society to join Rashtra Chetna Abhiyan (National Awakening Movement) to make India great and strong so that every one shall share the fruits of democracy and development whereas the world shall witness peace and progress minus guns, weapons and nuclear arms. In his address on the 105th Birth Anniversary, the NPP ... Read More
National Panthers hold rally in Bihar
Addressing a mammoth rally of over 100,000 (one lac) people in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, this afternoon, Panthers Party Supremo Prof. Bhim Singh gave a call to the youth and the students of the country to join the movement to accomplish the mission of Samool Kranti to liberate India from corruption, communalism, criminalization so that India leads the world to establish international peace and security.
Rally was organized at L.S. College premises of Bhimrao Ambedkar University in ... Read More
Supreme Court permits Sasikala to inspect documents in disproportionate assets case
The court had on September 5 reserved its order after hearing arguments by Ms Natrajan's counsel on her appeal against the Karnataka High Court ruling, which had concurred with the trial court order that she was not entitled to the documents which were not part of the charge sheet.
Earlier on June 25, the apex court had refused to stay the trial but had allowed her to place on record the relevant material relating to her ... Read More
NATIONAL PANTHERS DEMAND...
1. NPP strongly condemns the recent hike in the prices of diesel and cooking gas and demands its immediate roll back. The increase in the prices of petroleum products has set in a vicious circle of inflation posting the severest threat to the pockets of common man. The centric needs to act immediately by affecting a hit in the excise duty.
2. ... Read More
Phoolan Devi's husband to contest for BSP
Lucknow, Sep 26 (IANS) The BSP will field Umaid Singh, husband of slain bandit queen-turned-politician Phoolan Devi, in the next Lok Sabha polls, a party leader said Wednesday.
Confirming this, Bahujan Samaj Party leader Munqad Ali told IANS that Singh would contest from Shahjahanpur.
"I have announced the decision after Umaid Singh left the Congress and joined our party yesterday (Tuesday)," Ali said, adding that the decision had party chief Mayawati's approval.
Phoolan Devi was a dacoit and ... Read More
Yeddyurappa hints at leaving BJP
Upset at being neglected by the top brass after his ouster as chief minister, Karnataka BJP strongman BS Yeddyurappa on Friday dropped clear hints of leaving the party, saying he was facing a 'suffocating environment' in it.
"I am facing a suffocating environment in the party. I am
waiting for an opportune time to decide my future. I will take a decision on completing my ongoing second leg of tour in parts of the state by December ... Read More
Congress ministers to resign from WB govt
Congress on Friday said it would pull out its ministers from the West Bengal government, days after Trinamool Congress decided to withdraw support to the UPA government.
“The ministers belonging to our party will resign from the Trinamool Congress-led government in the state after TMC ministers tender their resignation,” WBPCC president Pradip Bhattacharya told PTI here.
Asked when the Congress ministers would resign, Mr. Bhattacharya said he was not sure when they would submit their resignation letters ... Read More
NPP condemns & burns Washington Post, Times Magazine mouthpiece of white Chauvinism against India
New Delhi, 6th September, 2012:- Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and Member, National Integration Council in a strong condemnation communication has described several newspapers published in the Anglo-American countries as mouthpiece of ugly white chauvinism and hatred which is evident from the recent uncalled for and hateful remarks published by the Washington Post, Times Magazine (USA) and independent published in U.K. against the highly respected Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh. The ... Read More
SP to fight 2014 LS polls alone, decision on Third Front thereafter: Mulayam
The Samajwadi Party today appeared to be keeping its options open on post-poll alignments with its chief Mulayam Singh Yadav saying a decision on forming the Third Front of non-Congress, non-BJP parties will be taken only after the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
Declaring that SP would go it alone in the Lok Sabha elections on its own in Uttar Pradesh and several other states, he spoke in contradicting tones about the possibility of mid-term polls. But ... Read More
Politicians stand exposed of Bankruptcy on literacy map
Addressing the activists of the Panthers Party via video conference in Delhi, Hyderabad, Srinagar, Jammu, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Jaipur and other places on the Literacy Day organized by the state units of the Panthers Party, its Chairman, Prof. Bhim Singh and Member, NIC today expressed deep concern on the deliberate attempt of the ruling class and politicians to ignore the literacy movement in the country so that the politicians shall continue exploiting the wretched of the ... Read More
Narendra Modi kickstarts poll campaign in Gujarat
Ahmedabad, September 11, 2012: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday kicked off his Bharatiya Janata Party’s campaign for the assembly polls in December, challenging the Congress to battle it on the issue of development and not by using the CBI to target him.
Modi, who is serving his third term, started his campaign with a rally at the temple town of Bahucharaji in north Gujarat’s Mehsana district and later launched the first of a series of ... Read More
SC shall hear Pak prisoners of war petition in October
New Delhi, 12th September, 2012:- A Division Bench of Supreme Court of India comprising JJ Mr. P. Sathasivam and Mr. Ranjan Gogoi today directed the Union of India and State of J&K to file additional affidavits within three weeks in the writ petition filed by State Legal Aid Committee, J&K for the release of 04 prisoners of war hailing from POK. The 04 prisoners of war according to the affidavit filed by the State of ... Read More
Congress-BJP tuck shops in J&K should be closed for 10 years
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman, National Panthers Party and Member, NIC expressed shock and utter disappointment on the kind of political role the state Congress and BJP units have been playing as if they are B&C teams of ruling National Conference. The Congress leaders have been sharing loot with National Conference being partners in the government and at the same time they have been shouting in the streets demanding better revenue raising portfolios in the government. ... Read More
SC fixes Haji Yousuf’s custodial death case in October
Division Bench of the Supreme Court of India comprising JJ Mr. Altamas Kabir and Mr.J. Chelameswar today adjourned hearing on the petition filed by Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, Panthers Party, seeking CBI probe into the gruesome custodial death of Haji Mohd. Yousuf, National Conference activist on 29th September, 2011 in police station Srinagar. The case was fixed by the Supreme Court for this day to be heard on the request of Prof. ... Read More
Congress workers, police clash outside Odisha state assembly, 20 injured
BHUBANESWAR: Around 20 persons were injured as Congress workers protesting against the BJD government on Thursday tried to gherao the Odisha assembly and fought a pitched battle with police.
When water cannon and teargas failed to disperse the Congress demonstrators near the Lower PMG close to the assembly building the police used batons, police sources said.
The demonstrators retaliated with stones, they said. Among the injured were DCP Nitinjeet Singh and seven policemen, the sources said.
A ... Read More
J&K state unit reconstituted
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Students Union and Member of National Integration Council has reconstituted J&K State Unit of NPSU as well as Provincial Unit of Jammu Pradesh with immediate effect.
Mr. Pratap Singh Jamwal has been elevated to the post of State President whereas Mr. Virender Singh Thakur of Jammu University has been appointed as Provincial President of Jammu Pradesh. Mr.Virender Singh Thakur shall also continue as President-NPSU of Jammu University. ... Read More
NPP invites candidates for J&K Assembly Poll
An Emergency Meeting of the Panthers Legislature Party of J&K National Panthers Party was held under the chairmanship of Prof. Bhim Singh, Chairman-NPP and attended by Shri Harsh Dev Singh, Leader of Panthers Legislature Party, Shri Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA, Shri Yaspaul Kundal, MLA and Syed Mohd. Rafiq Shah, MLC.
The Legislature Party has given a call to the candidates of the Panthers Party who intend/desire to contest election in the forthcoming Assembly election which ... Read More
'Both Congress and BJP responsible for deadlock in Parliament': Yechury
With proceedings in Parliament being disrupted for the sixth day on the coal blocks allocation issue, Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) lawmaker and politburo member Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday held both the ruling Congress Party and the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) equally responsible for the deadlock.
Yechury said it was a matter of great regret that Parliament was not functioning smoothly.
" We know that both the Congress and the BJP are responsible for this. The ... Read More
Petition against detention of 12 years old Faizan in Kashmir
New Delhi, 28th August, 2012:- State Legal Aid Committee headed by Prof. Bhim Singh, a Barrister-at-Law and Sr. Advocate filed a writ petition (PIL) in the Supreme Court of India seeking its direction to the government of J&K, the DG Police, J&K, IG, Police, Kashmir and SHO, Safakadal for the immediate safety and release of 12 years old 6th class Faizan Sofi, s/o Mr. Bashir Sofi, r/o Srinagar, Kashmir. (Dairy No.28672 dated 28th August, 2012). ... Read More
Gopal Goyal Kanda remanded to 14-day judicial custody
The former minister was arrested on August 18 after he had surrendered before the police, almost 13 days after former air hostess Geetika Sharma was found dead on August 5 at her Ashok Vihar residence in north-west Delhi.
In her suicide note, Geetika had alleged that Kanda and one of the MDLR employees Aruna Chaddha were harassing her to rejoin the former minister's firm after she left the job.
Mr Kanda also moved an application for a ... Read More