Hindu population will soon reach 125 crore: Sadhwi Balika Saraswati

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March 1, 2015

Mangaluru, Mar 1: Sadhwi Balika Saraswati has hailed the Hindus of coastal district of Karnataka as ‘enlightened’, ‘ever-alert’ and ‘custodians of Hindu culture’.

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The young Sadhwi from Madhya Pradesh, who is known for her firebrand public speeches and Muslim bashing especially in events of Sangh Parivar, on Sunday offered special pooja at Kadri Manjunath Temple in the city before heading to Nehru Maidan.

The star speaker of today’s Hindu Samajtosav told media persons on the temple premises that Mangaluru always attracts her.

Responding to a question, she endorsed the controversial ‘Ghar Wapsi’ campaign of Sangh Parivar and said that the population of Hindus will soon reach 125 crore if the Ghar Wapsi campaign was carried out in a proper manner.

Sadhwi called upon the media to promote Hindu culture and take up issues related to Hindus. All Hindus must be aware of the burning issues of Hindu society, she said.

Increasing influence of western culture, cases of love Jihad and conversion of Hindus to other religions etc. are major threat to Hindu society in India, she said, and exhorted Hindus to be united to face the challenges.

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September 3,2021

Bengaluru, Sept 3: Karnataka’s Youth Empowerment and Sports Minister KC Narayana Gowda today claimed that there was “no real problem” citizens faced with rising fuel and cooking gas cylinder prices.

“Everybody knows why the prices are rising. But, there’s politics taking place on this. Real gas users aren’t on the streets. Politicians are on the streets to do their political drama. Nobody is really facing a problem. This is a political conspiracy. There’s no real problem,” Gowda told reporters.

Gowda’s statement came at a time when the ruling BJP is on the defensive over the hike in the price of domestic liquified petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders.

“Who gave gas to every household? It is PM Modi who gave facilities for women who were suffering from burning eyes and noses,” Gowda said. “Petrol and gas [prices] are flexible. They go up and down at once. This happened under the Congress’ rule also. It’s temporary,” he said.

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September 3,2021

Bengaluru, Sept 3: The government of Karnataka has decided to hold a low-key Mysuru Dasara celebrations with a ban on street celebrations in view of Covid situation.

"How the Mysuru Dasara celebrations were held last year, this year too, it should be celebrated as such. This has been announced by the chief minister in the meeting," Mysuru district-incharge minister ST Somashekhar told reporters here on Friday.

On October 7, Dasara celebrations will be inaugurated at Chamundi Hills and chief minister Basavaraj Bommai has been given the power to decide on who should inaugurate the event, he said.

"At an appropriate time, the chief minister announced the guest who would inaugurate the celebration at Chamundi Hills. The inauguration event will be conducted between 8.15 am to 8.45 am," Somashekhar said.

Public entry has been banned, he said. Every year, Dasara attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the world to the heritage city.

He said the jumbo ride will be conducted on Mysuru Palace premises, between 2.45 pm to 3.15 pm, he said.

Somashekhar said the state government has paid the 2019 Dasara festival's Rs 8.09-crore arrears.

For this year's Dasara to be held in Mysuru, Srirangapatna and Chamrajnagar, the government has sanctioned Rs 6 crore, he said.

Mysuru Dasara is a grand 10-day spectacle that culminates on the day of Vijayadashami.

Scientists and other experts have predicted a possibility of a third wave hitting Karnataka in the last week of September or October and as such they are against mass gatherings that have potential to be super-spreaders.

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September 1,2021

Mangaluru, Sept 1: Due covid cases increasing in the Neighbouring state Kerala, the border district Dakshina Kannada administration continued the night curfew and weekend curfew till September.

Weekend curfew will not affect movement of health care personnel and students attending examinations, whose hall ticket will act as a pass, said Deputy Commissioner K.V. Rajendra here on Wednesday This order will be in force till September 13, he added.

In the order issued after directions came from the State government, Dr. Rajendra said that during weekend curfew, milk vending shops will be allowed to do business between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. and grocery and other shops dealing with essential items will be allowed to remain open till 2 p.m. Marriages will be allowed by the local authorities with permission for participation of 50 persons.

Dr. Rajendra said that all nursing, paramedical and other students coming from Kerala to hostels and rooms for study in Dakshina Kannada should bring COVID-19 RT-PCR test negative certificate not older than 72 hours and get themselves quarantined for one week. 

They should attend classes only with COVID-19 test negative certificate and if they test positive, they should be moved to COVID Care Centres for a 17-day treatment.

Nurses and other employees returning from visits to Kerala and Maharashtra have to undergo a week-long quarantine and report to duty only if they test negative for COVID-19. Managements have been asked to ensure strict compliance with these guidelines.

Students and others who regularly commute from Kasaragod in Kerala should continue to produce COVID-19 test negative certificates once every week.

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