Ms Jayanthi statemnetExposes Ashish Khetan ( Chrisatian convert) and is Roman Catholic church funding Aam Admi????


Dear Countrymen
Namashkar
Vande Mataram

FEW HOURS AGO THERE WAS NEWS ITEM- AND Ms Jayanthi Natarajan Mentioned about Snoopgate. Below given are some of the Deposit details of AK 51 (ASHISH KITTEN)- HAVE THESE BEEN DECLARED OR ARE THERE ARE MORE AND HOW IT HAS COME. Is the Same declared now also?

Understand he is Christian Convert and spouse name is Ms Chritina Lydia Fernandez. Why he Did not change his Name to Christian Name and retained it as Hindu one- Is it not cheating?? He has named all his daughters( who have deposits in their Name).

As he is Christian – It is obvious that He is Angry at Hindus and Shri Narender Modi/BJP.
Thru Him Snoop gate was organised?

The following are the Deposits of Ashish Khetan- is it Taxed One or from where has it come?
Under stand he has overseas contact. Awaiting details.

Also understand to settle scores- ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IS FUNDING AAM ADMI- Rememeber UDAY KUMAR was member of AAM ADMI in Tamil Nadu. Has banned Org Funds flowed into aam admi?

Remember Their Nation Exec Member Supported the KASHMIR TERRORISTS AND SEPARATISTS – RIGHT TO SELF DETERMINATION.

AAM ADMI IS NOTHING BUT CHAOS AND OUR CAPITAL SHUD NOT HAVE THESE TYPE OF PARTIES.

FIXED DEPOSIT 09244470051545 DATE OF DEPOSIT 09-04-13HDFC BANK MAYUR VIHAR-1
50,000 50 Thou+

FIXED DEPOSIT 000714387547 DATE OF DEPOSIT02-04-13 ICICI BANK C.P.N DELHI
1,00,000 1 Lacs+

FIXED DEPOSIT 000714387547 DATE OF DEPOSIT 02-04-13 ICICI BANKC.P.N.BANK
50,000 50 Thou+

FIXED DEPOSIT 000714387811 DATGE OF DEPOSIT 03-04-13ICICI BANK C.P.N DELHI
1,00,000 1 Lacs+

FIXED DEPOSIT 629714094143 DATE OF DEPOSIT 20-06-13ICICI BANK MAYUR VIHAR-1 DELHI
1,10,270 1 Lacs+

FIXED DEPOSIT 303384125 DATE OF DEPOSIT UNION BANK OF INDIA BARABANKI ,UP
50,000 50 Thou+

FIXED NDEPOSIT 303384125 ADTE OF DEPOSIT 09-04-13 UNION BANK OF INDIA BARABANKI ,UP
50,000 50 Thou+

FIXED DEPOSIT 303384140 DATE OF DEPOSIT 09-04-13 UNION BANK OF INDIA BARABAMKI,UP
50,000 50 Thou+

FD 303364141,Date of Deposit-09.04.2009,UBI,Brabanki UP
50,000 50 Thou+

FD 303364142,Date of Depoist-09.04.2009,UBI,Branabanki,UP
50,000 50 Thou+

ICICI Bank,C.P.New Delhi,A/C No.000701605074
1,22,590 1 Lacs+

HDFC Bank,Fort Mumbai,A/C No.00801050210276
51,589 51 Thou+

IDIB Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi,A/C No.087710400011945
6,051 6 Thou+

HDFC Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi,A/C No.50100017022173
36,000 36 Thou+

UBI,Kotwali Barabanki,UP,A/C No.371502010063107
1,200 1 Thou+

ICICI Bank,C.P.New Delhi,A/C No.000705022318
194 1 Hund+

PF 00001725 & 0003086,Branch-Wazirpur Delhi
6,60,549 6 Lacs+

FD 22890300016300,BOB,Boriwali,Mumbai
71,444 71 Thou+

FD 22890300016301,BOB,Boriwali,Mumbai
69,267 69 Thou+

FD 22890300016299,BOB Borawali,Mumbai
9,097 9 Thou+

FD 22890300010687, BOB,Boriwali,Mumbai
66,879 66 Thou+

FD 22890300010686,BOB,oriwali,Mumbai
66,319 66 Thou+

FD 000181425381,ICICI Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai
2,50,000 2 Lacs+

FD 629714094142,ICICI Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
6,56,328 6 Lacs+

FD 629714092914,ICICI Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
1,09,306 1 Lacs+

FD 829714092915,ICICI Bank,mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
54,653 54 Thou+

FD 629714092913,ICICI Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
1,09,305 1 Lacs+

FD 09254470036948,HDFC Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
1,00,000 1 Lacs+

FD 09254470037293,HDFC Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
47,495 47 Thou+

FD 09254470037362,HDFC Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
50,000 50 Thou+

FD 09254470037379,HDFC Bank,Mayur Viahr-1,Delhi
60,000 60 Thou+

FD 0877106000009232,IDBI Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
54,262 54 Thou+

FD 0877106000009249,IDBI Bank,Mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
54,281 54 Thou+

FD 0877108000009258,IDBI Bank,mayur Vihar-1,Delhi
54,282 54 Thou+

FD 0059105000076410,IDBI Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai
69,752 69 Thou+

FD 0059105000076395,IDBI Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai
89,079 89 Thou+

FD 0059105000076401,IDBI Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai
69,752 69 Thou+

ICICI Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai,A/C No.001801534681
1,18,365 1 Lacs+

HDFC Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai,A/C No.04101000022470
83,122 83 Thou+

IDIB Bank,Boriwali,Mumbai,A/C No.059104000106344
22,567 22 Thou+

BOB,Boriwali,Mumbai,A/C No.22890100009332
60,568 60 Thou+

IDBI Bank,Myur Vihar-1,Delhi,A/C No.087710400003560
21,293 21 Thou+

(b)
LIC or other insurance Policies
LIC,Policy No.215413733,Total Premium Paid Rs.419140/-
4,19,140 4 Lacs+

LIC,Policy No.894624657,Total Premium Paid Rs.83250/-
83,250 83 Thou+

LIC,Policy No.895015455,Total Premium Paid Rs.121300
1,21,300 1 Lacs+

LIC,Policy No.893968323,Total Premium Paid Rs.174348
1,74,348 1 Lacs+

LIC,Policy No.894304135,Total Premium Paid Rs.45945/-
45,945 45 Thou+

LIC,Policy No.894304136,Total Premium Paid Rs.45945/-
45,945 45 Thou+

LIC,Policy No.894304137,Total Premium Paid Rs.45945/-
45,945 45 Thou+

LIC,Policy No.894304138,Total Premium Paid Rs.45945/-
45,945 45 Thou+

LIC,Policy No.21284830,Total Premium Paid Rs.66930/-
66,930 66 Thou+

HDFC Life Insurance,Policy No.10607286,Total Premium Paid Rs.237500/-
2,37,500 2 Lacs+

TATA AIG Life,Policy No.U000217097,Total Premium Paid Rs.114099/-
1,14,099 1 Lacs+

Tata AIG Life ,Policy No.O001880148,Total Premium Paid Rs.156687/-
1,56,687 1 Lacs+

ICICI Prudential 4919616,Total Premium Paid Rs.210000/-
2,10,000 2 Lacs+

Birla Sun Life Insurance 918041,Total Premium Paid Rs.242283/-
2,42,283 2 Lacs+

HDFC Life 10888957,Total Premium Paid Rs.170000/-
1,70,000 1 Lacs+

HDFC Life 14357837,Total premium Paid Rs.150000/-
1,50,000 1 Lacs+

ICICI Prudential 16682789,Total Premium Paid Rs.100000/-
1,00,000 1 Lacs+

Birla Sun Life 954066,Total Premium Paid Rs.278637/-
2,78,637 2 Lacs+

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Landscapes of Persia.


Landscapes of Persia.

Persia was internationally renamed in 1935 to Iran, The Persians have always called their region “The land of the Arians”, from which the name “Iran/Aryan” comes. Historically, Iran has always been the local name for that region for millenniums, but later under subsequent Greek influence became internationally known as “Persia” (named after the province of “Pars” in Iran from where the Achaemenid Persian Kingsand Queensruled over half the known world.)

On 21 March 1935, the ruler of Persia, King Pahlavi I, officially requested all foreign governments to no longer refer to “Iran” as “Persia” and it nearly took 25 years (until 1959) for the entire world to officially recognize and use the new term “Iran”.

Iran is a wide country in southwest/central Asia neighboring the Caspian Sea with landscapes that vary remarkably at different seasons. All southern borders of the country end to the shores of the Persian Gulf and Sea. Iran lies in a continental climate with great diversities and it has all the climates of the world in a single vast country with regions with different temperatures even at a specific period of time: Temperatures ranging from as low as minus -18°C in the north upto +50°C in the south.
It is a land of unique landscapes such as limpid water springs, Pomegranate orchards, pistachio gardens, rows of Lombardy poplars, decampment of nomads in different seasons, cheliferous nights, rocks, mountains, endless high and low lands, extinct volcanoes, luxuriant forests of Alborz mountain range, and coastlines of the Caspian sea are among the eye-catching and memorable landscapes of Iran’s nature which leaves unique memories in the minds of tourists.

Southern Persia : Maryam Beach, annual temperature of 26°C all year long
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Southern Persia :: Kish – A Resort island part of the Province of Iran
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Southern Persia :: Kish Island – Dariush Grand Hotel
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Southern Persia :: Ocean View of The Persian Gulf
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Southern Persia :: Bird’s-eye view over the Kish Island
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Southern Persia :: Another bird’s-eye view over the Island
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Southern Persia :: Kish Island – Dariush Grand Hotel at Night
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Southern Persia :: Mythical twin-headed statues, similar to the ones found in Persepolis
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Eastern Persia :: Waterfall of the Canyons
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net North West of Persia :: Amir Kabir Dam in Karaj near the capital city of Tehran
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Eastern Persia :: Shomal Roads to the North of the Country
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Eastern Persia :: The Ancient Mountain Village Above the Clouds
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Center of Persia :: Isfahan – Chaharbagh Avenue Covered in Snow
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Northern Persia :: The beautiful Mazichal Forest Village
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Northern Persia :: The Allmut Valley, Near Gilan Province
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Northern Persia :: Telecabins of Ardabil Province, Near Gardane Heiran
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Northern Persia :: The Mysterious Forests of Gilan Province
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Mazandaran – The Colorful Amol Mountains
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Mazandaran – Dohezar Valley, Tonekabon
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Mazandaran – Kapourchal Lake
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Forests in Wintertime
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Cabins in the Woods in Wintertime
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Northern Persia :: Mountain Forests of Golestan Province in the Winter
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Northern Persia :: Mountain Forests of Golestan Province in the Winter
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Northern Persia :: The Colorful Gorgan Landscapes
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Northern Persia :: Gorgan Rice Fields during Fall
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Northern Persia :: One of many Lake Villages of Shomal
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Northern Persia :: Landscapes near Ramsar City
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Northern Persia :: Colorful Landscapes of Shomal during Fall
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Northern Persia :: Colorful Landscapes of Shomal in the Summer
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Northern Persia :: Gilan Mazandaran – Ancient Village of Masule
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Northern Persia :: The Forests of Mazandaran during Fall
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Northern Persia :: A Caspian Sea City of the Mazandaran Province
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Northern Persia :: Another Caspian Sea City of the Mazandaran Province
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Northern Persia :: The Valley of Mazandaran Province
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Northern Persia :: Neka County in Mazandaran during Fall
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Northern Persia :: Paradise of Mazandaran
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Northern Persia :: Peach Blossoms in Shomal
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Northern Persia :: Ramsar River of the Poets
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Northern Persia :: The Ramsar Valley
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Northern Persia :: One of many Rice Paddies in the Gilan Area
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Northern Persia :: Rice Paddies in Shomal
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Northern Persia :: Rice Paddies in Talesh Area
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Northern Persia :: The Relaxing Roads of Shomal
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Northern Persia :: The Mountain Roads of Shomal
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Northern Persia :: The Relaxing Roads of Shomal
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Northern Persia :: The Serab Landscapes in Springtime
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Northern Persia :: Shomal – Mazichal – Village Above the Clouds
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Northern Persia :: Sobatan Ardebil Village Above the Clouds
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Northern Persia :: Telecabins of Namakabrood in Chalous
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Northern Persia :: Bird’s-eye view of the Telecabins of Namakabrood in Chalous
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Northern Persia :: The Zagros Mountains
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Southern Persia :: The Bloody Forest during Fall
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Southern Persia :: Dasht-e Lut, One of the largest salt deserts in Kerman
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Southern Persia :: The hottest land surface on Earth is located in Dasht-e Lu
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Southern Persia :: The Great Kavir Desert
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Southern Persia :: The Great Kavir Desert
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Southern Persia :: Khuzestan – Ahvaz – Sefid Bridge
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Southern Persia :: The Palm trees of the Canyons
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Central Persia :: Pear Orchard of Shiraz city of the Persians
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Western Persia :: The Sanandaj Landscapes
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Western Persia :: The Colorful Badab Mesh meets the Valley frontier
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Western Persia :: The Sanandaj Landscapes
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Western Persia :: Urmia in the Azarbaijan Province of Iran
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Tehran, the busy capital city of Iran, population exceeds 12 million
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A Closeup of the Tehran Skylines and Communications Towers (435 meters high)
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Entrance to the City from the Tehran Airport
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King Memorial (Azadi) Tower is the symbol of Tehran and marks the entrance to the city
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Park-e Saie – built on the slopes of a hill in a small canyon-like setting
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A View of the Lake of Park-e Saie in Tehran during Spring Time
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The Evin Blocks, Not to be confused with the notorious Evin prison
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Tehran City Night Lights
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Lightning over Northern Tehran the administrative Center
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Communications Tower, Tehran’s tallest building. 435.5 meters
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The Subway Metro of Tehran
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Fun & Info @ Keralites.net Iran is a popular skiing destination in Asia, not only for the local skiers, but also for people from around the world. The things which have made skiing in Iran popular are the high altitude of its ski resorts, the long lasting skiing seasons, and the powdery snow that can be found there. There are a lot of ski resorts in Iran, many of which have been located in the Albors Mountains, thus near around the capital city of Tehran.
Iran is a mountainous country, and its highest peak reaches a towering 5,671 meters (higher than just about any hill in Europe). And where there’s elevation, there’s usually plenty of pow: up to 7 meters (275 inches) of light, dry snow are reported each season.
Damavand :: The highest mountain in Persia. You will see it when you fly into Tehran
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“You probably haven’t heard much about skiing in Iran! Well, there’s this place called Dizin. The snow is always light, dry, champagne powder. You can really rip in it. And, The advanced runs are awesome. I’ve skied all over the U.S., but this place has a special feel to it. Not to mention 3000 feet of vertical, way up above the tree line. Bowls, bowls, and more bowls. This place rocks, baby! Just whip out your super-sidecuts or your fatties and indulge.No Aspen glitz or glamor. Skiing the way it should be.” /tourist

There are 16 ski resorts in Persia, 3 of which rank among one of the best in the world
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Dizin is the most popular and largest ski resort in Iran
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Tochal offers one of the highest ski lifts in the world, 8 km (5 mile)
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Light, dry, champagne powder snow even during spring and summer
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Freestyle Skiing in Mount Damavand during Summertime
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Iranian Youngsters at Dizin Ski Resort
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A Portrait at Tehran Dizin Ski Resort
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Skiing in Iran has a ways to go in terms of international recognition
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The Fastest Trains in the World


The Fastest Trains in the World

The invention of the train is what turned America into a superpower. It changed overland travel, reducing the time it took from months and weeks to days and hours. As the technology advanced, many gave up on trains as a form of transportation in favor of airplanes, but train technology took incredible steps ahead as well. These trains zoom between destinations in speeds cars can only dream about.

10. TSHR 700T

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This train runs the line between Taipei and Kaohsiung in Taiwan. With a top speed of 300Km/h (185mph), the THSR 700T shortened travel time between these two cities from 4 hours to 1.5 hours. The initial investment for the production of the first 30 trains cost approximately $3.4 billion.

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9. ETR Frecciarossa Trains

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These refurbished trains travel at speeds of 300Km/h (185mph) between Rome and Milan, Italy. They are equipped with climate-control and an advanced silencing system, as well as ergonomic seats meant to provide with the utmost comfort for passengers.

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8. TVG Duplex

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It took eight years to develop the TGV Duplex. It has 512 seats, divided into upper and lower decks. It’s built of light-weight aluminum and mainly runs on the Paris-Marsalis line, as well as several others. (Top speed – 300Km/h)

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7. Alstom Euroduplex

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This train’s career began in 2011 and was the only one of its series to be upgraded to a duplex train capable of running at 320Km/h (198mph), while carrying 1,020 passengers. These trains were designed to work in Germany, France, Switzerland and Luxemburg.

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6. 320E5 Series Shinkansen Hayabusa

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The fastest train in Japan entered service in 2011 and can reach speeds of 320Km/h (198mph). The train was designed with a unique elongated “nose” to reduce the noise it creates as it travels through the many tunnels along its path.

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5. Taglo (T350)

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Nicknamed “The Duck” thanks to the elongated front end, this train will take you from Barcelona or Madrid to Valladolid in Spain, and in speeds of 350Km/h (217mph).

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4. Siemens Velaro E / AVS 103

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The fourth fastest train in the world travels the line between Madrid and Barcelona on a track measuring 621Km (385 miles). It is the fastest train in Spain and reaches speeds of 350Km/h, though during one ride it went as fast as 403Km/h (250mph)!

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3. AVG Italo

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The most modern train in Europe started its service in 2012 and runs the Naples-Rome-Florence-Milan-Bologna line. This 360Km/h (223mph) train is known for its comfortable seats, low maintenance, energy efficiency and the quietness of the cabins.

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2. Harmony CRH 380E

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If you travel between Shanghai and Beijing, take the Harmony lines. It took four and a half years to build the tracks, cost upwards of $17 billion and is now the world’s second-fastest train. Before the construction of this line, the 1,000Km (621 miles) drive would take about 10 hours. Now, this long ride takes less than 3 hours, and the train rockets at speeds of 380Km/h (236mph).

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1. Shanghai Maglev

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The journey from Shanghai to Shanghai Airport only takes 7 minutes and 20 seconds, thanks to the incredible maglev train. This train uses magnets to levitate above the tracks, thus reducing friction and reaching speeds of 430Km/h (267mph).

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Bonus: The Hyperloop

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In late 2013, the CEO of Tesla Motors, Mr. Elon Musk, introduced his plans to revolutionize transportation by constructing a Hyperloop train. The Hyperloop is an enclosed track in a vacuum, in which pressurized capsules carry people and cargo at speeds of between 962Km/h and 1,220 Km/h (598mph – 760mph).

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Sachar Committee: A Fraud on Nation Rakesh Sinha


Sachar Committee: A Fraud on Nation

Rakesh Sinha

25 January 2015

A TV anchor recently vented his displeasure at an MP’s remark against the Sachar Committee report.

The report has become a yardstick of certification of one’s ‘secularism’ in general, and commitment to extra-constitutional privileges of Muslims in particular.

The report is quoted as though it is the Gita of Indian secularism.

By virtue of my research into thousands of pages of the committee’s deliberations and proceedings lying in Delhi’s Nehru Memorial Museum Library, I am privileged to deconstruct the myth woven around the Sachar Committee.

I have sought to understand Indian Muslims’ grievances and genuine demands, as well as their post-Partition mentality.

Sadly, the 400-page report does not reflect the proceedings, papers, memorandums and witnesses’ versions recorded by the committee.

There are facts that delegitimise the Sachar Committee itself.

The preponderance of its Muslim membership apart—which hardly matters in a secular democracy—three instances reveal that ghost of the pre-Partition Muslim League stalked the committee.

First, Prof. Rakesh Basant from IIM-A, a member of the committee, complained to chairman Rajinder Sachar that members were allocated tasks that weren’t part of the committee’s terms and references. This is an allusion to the fact that the chairman, obviously under the pressure of its Muslim members, exceeded the original brief.

Syed Hamid, a member, wrote to Sachar,

“A large number of parliamentary and Assembly constituencies with substantial Muslim population have been reserved under the category of the SC and ST, adversely affecting Muslim representation. The reserved status of these constituencies, which has proved detrimental to minority interests, needs to be withdrawn before the next Lok Sabha elections, so that justice is restored to the Muslims across the country.”

Hamid also mischievously suggested that the chairman constitute a sub-committee to study this aspect and make recommendations.

This demand for special Muslim representation in Assemblies and Parliament violated all norms, secular ethos and the Lakshman Rekha drawn by the Constituent Assembly.

The committee wanted reserved Assembly constituencies to be de-reserved, as the number of Muslim voters in these constituencies varies between 19-46 per cent, while recommending the de-reservation of constituencies where SC/ST voters vary between 20-47 per cent, with no substantial number of Muslim voters in them.

This recommendation of de-reservation of all reserved seats for SC & STs is downright pernicious.

Basant further revealed that the committee manipulated statistics to push its agenda.

Data was analysed by those who had never done such work before.

[Rajinder] Sachar, a retired high court judge, was not oblivious of the fact that data analysis is specialised academic work and wrong analysis could lead to misconceived conclusion.

The Sachar Committee made an anaesthetist do the job of a surgeon.

Basant’s complaint was suppressed.

The committee strove its utmost to undermine institutions built on secular foundations.

Its demands that the Indian Army lay out communal statistics —which the army rightly refused—and all civil services commissions do likewise were the worst instances.

Rinchen Dorjee, chairman of Arunachal Pradesh Public Services Commission, wrote to Sachar (November 24, 2005):

“It may be kindly noted that the commission does not adopt any application format to indicate the candidate’s religion. There is no occasion to treat Muslims differently in this state.”

The committee’s secretary, Abusaleh Sariff, against his chairman’s wishes, shot off a letter to DRDO Director General (Research), and ISRO on August 31, 2006, asking for details of Muslim representation, ignoring the sensitive nature of this organisation.

It also demanded the delimitation of Lok Sabha and Assembly constituencies in a manner as to club all Muslim-dominated localities in a district into a single constituency.

Yet, the Sachar Report continues to be held as a gospel when it comes to pandering to minorityism.

This travesty masks the unfortunate fact that we are neither honest to Muslims’ true interests nor to secularism.

The country’s politics lacks honesty and as a result, intellectual discourse is conducted with half-truths, selective facts and manipulated ideas.

The Sachar Report, thus, must be exposed to unravel the fraud it has sought to perpetrate on the nation.

Sinha is Hony Director of India Policy Foundation

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Create photo slideshow for Valentine day


Being in a romance at Valentine’s Day is like walking on rose petals all day. You’re positively overflowing with love for your lover, and you just can’t wait to show him with a gift you picked out just for him/her. How about a collection of good memories built by you two, now will represent in stunningly romantic slideshows? Wanna create one by yourself?

You completely are at the right place! Today, I’m guiding you on how to create a gorgeous love story slideshow, using SmartSHOW– a supreme software which creates beautiful photo slideshows in a flash.

Take a look at How to create a love story slideshow?

create a Valentine story slideshow

In this article:

Step 1: Get everything ready for your slideshow making process

Step 2: Make your photos more romantic with special effects

Step 3: Apply transition settings for your love story slideshow

Step 4: Spice it up with some music backgrounds

Step 5: Make the video & share!

ACHARYA BALKRISHANJI MAHAN MAHARAJ


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