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List Of 449 Government Schemes With Nehru Gandhi Names

In India on April 16, 2014 at 18:04

It can happen only in India.


Idolizing and naming places after political Leaders, from Hair Dresser to Airports.


Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi

449 schemes are named after Nehru Gandhi Family.From L ti R Cabinet Secretary,Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi Image Credit NDTV


It does not matter whether the leader in alive or Dead.


In Tamil Nadu , one will find the statues of EVR Annadurai, MGR most prominently.


You will find at least one Gandhi Road/Nagar, Anna Road/Nagar,MGR Nagar/Road.


And there are pockets with the DMK’s name( who is alive and kicking vigorously)


Not to be outdone, the sycophants in the Government of India had beaten the Dravidian Parties to the pulp!


By naming 449 Central Government projects with Gandhi, Nehru Family Name.


At least 25% of Central schemes are named after late PM Rajiv Gandhi. Planning Commission data suggests that government runs 58 schemes named after eminent people, MoS for Planning Ashwani Kumar said in a written reply to Lok Sabha. Of these, 16 schemes bear Gandhi’s name like Rajiv Awaas Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Shashaktikaran Abhiyan, Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowships for ST students etc.(Times of india-10 May, 2012)


It transpires that there are over 450 schemes in all!


This despite a dissenting note by the Cabinet Secretary’s Note.


New Delhi Cabinet Secretary KM Chandrashekhar has written to all the ministers regarding usage of names of prominent leaders in developmental programmes. Following is what the letter talks about.

Dear Minister

As you are aware that number of programmes under execution in the country are named after 
leaders particularly Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, the former Prime Ministers.

The practice has become widespread and indiscriminate. This reduces the value of identifying programmes with national figures particularly as implementation and impact of many of these programmes is not always as ought to be. As such many of them do not merit such association.

I have, therefore, been directed to convey that in the light of what is stated above there is need to be sparing and selective in associating names of national leaders with such programmes to prevent proliferation of such nomenclature.

With regards, 
KM Chandrasekhar 
Cabinet Secretary”


Congres Reply.

rom a crèche for working mothers, to rural electrification, to subsidised housing, there are about a dozen Central government run schemes named after Indira and Rajiv.

But if one takes into account welfare schemes run by the state governments, the figure is many times over. 

In August 2009, an RTI application revealed more 450 government projects and schemes are named after the Gandhi-Nehru family.

The Congress, however, defended naming projects after the Gandhi-Nehru family.

“If you at look at history, from 1946 to 1964, Pandit Nehru was the Prime Minister. Again from 1966 to 1984, Mrs Indira Gandhi was the PM. She was succeeded by Rajiv Gandhi, and all of them have contributed to nation building. Yes, their names should be associated with projects that have gravitas,” said Manish Tiwari, Congress Spokesperson.

Apart from an element of sycophancy, there’s perhaps also some politics in naming the developmental projects after Indira and Rajiv Gandhi. Many of the centrally sponsored schemes are actually implemented by the state governments. If these schemes do well, state governments want to take the credit. So by naming after a Congress leader, the Centre wants it known, it was a Congress government which first thought of such a scheme.”


Well, what about Lalbahadur Shastri,Chandrasekhar,IK Gujral,Deve Gowda, Vajpayee and the like?


A list of Schemes.


1 Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, Ministry of Power 2 Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission (RGNDWM) 3 Rajiv Gandhi National Crèche Scheme for the Children of Working Mothers 4  Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana for benefit of NE entrepreneurs 5 Indira Awas Yojana, Ministry of Rural Areas and Environment 6 Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme 7 Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission, Ministry of Urban Development 8 Jawaharlal Nehru Rojgar Yojna 9 Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Kalyan Yojna 10  Indira Gandhi Canal Project 11 Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana 12  Indira Vikas Patra 13 State Government Schemes 14

Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package for Tsunami Affected Areas, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, Budgetary Allocation Rs.2347.19 crores

15 Rajiv Gandhi Social Security Scheme for poor people, Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Govt. of Puducherry 16 Rajiv Ratna Awas Yojna - Congress party president and United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Chairperson Sonia Gandhi had announced that the Centre would give a package of Rs.1,500-crore for providing housing facilities to the poorer sections in Delhi, thus announcing the scheme. 17 Rajiv Gandhi Prathamik Shiksha Mission , Raigarh 18 Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Madhya Pradesh 19 Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Food Security , Madhya Pradesh 20 Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh 21  Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited is a Government Company established by the Government of Karnataka to cater to the housing needs of the Economically and Socially weaker sections of the society.  Registered in April 2000, its authorised Capital is Rs.10 crores with Rs.3 crore  paid up. 22 Rajiv Gandhi Tourism Development Mission, Rajasthan 23 Rajiv Gandhi Computer Literacy Programme, Assam 24 Rajiv Gandhi Swavlamban Rojgar Yojana, Govt. of NCT of Delhi 25 Rajiv Gandhi Mobile Aids Counseling and Testing Services, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation 26 Rajiv Gandhi Vidyarthi Suraksha Yojana, Maharashtra 27 Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Water Shed Management, M.P. 28 Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission for Tribal Areas, MP 29  Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry 30 Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme, Pondicherry 31 Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Divas, Punjab 32 Rajiv Gandhi Artisans Health and Life Insurance Scheme, Tamil Nadu 33 Rajiv Gandhi Zopadpatti and Nivara Prakalpa, Mumbai 34 Rajiv Arogya Sri programme , Gujrat State Govt. Scheme 35 Rajiv Gandhi Abhyudaya Yojana, AP 36 Rajiv Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission, Jabalpur 37 Rajiv Gandhi Bridges and Roads Infrastructure Development Programme for the construction of new roads and bridges and strengthening of the existing ones in the state of Haryana 38 Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Niwara Prakalp, Maharashtra Govt. 39  Indira Gandhi Utkrishtha Chhattervritti Yojna for Post Plus Two Students, Himachal Pradesh Government Scheme, Sponsored by, Central Government 40  Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme, Maharashtra Govt. 41  Indira Gandhi Prathisthan, Housing and Urban Planning Department, UP Govt 42  Indira Kranthi Patham Scheme, Andhra Pradesh 43  Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana, State Govt. Scheme 44

Indira Gandhi Vruddha Bhumiheen Shetmajoor Anudan Yojana, Govt. of   Maharashtra

45 Indira Gandhi Nahar Project  (IGNP), Jaisalmer, Govt. of Rajasthan 46 Indira Gandhi Niradhar Yojna, Govt. of Maharashtra 47 Indira Gandhi kuppam, State Govt. Welfare Scheme for Tsunami effected fisherman 48  Indira Gandhi Drinking Water Scheme-2006, Haryana Govt. 49 Indira Gandhi Niradhar Old, Landless, Destitute women farm labour Scheme,Maharashtra Govt. 50 Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme , Maharashtra Govt. 51 Indira Gandhi Landless Agriculture Labour scheme, Maharashtra Govt. 52  Indira Gaon Ganga Yojana, Chattisgarh 53 Indira Sahara Yojana , Chattisgarh 54  Indira Soochna Shakti Yojana, Chattisgarh 55 Indira Gandhi Balika Suraksha Yojana , HP 56  Indira Gandhi Garibi Hatao Yojana (DPIP), MP 57 Indira Gandhi super thermal power project , Haryana Govt. 58 Indira Gandhi Water Project, Haryana Govt. 59 Indira Gandhi Sagar Project , Bhandara District Gosikhurd Maharashtra 60 Indira Jeevitha Bima Pathakam, AP Govt 61 Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt. 62 Indira Mahila Yojana Scheme, Meghalaya Govt 63 Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, Chhattisgarh Govt. 64 Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt. 65 Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, The government of Andhra Pradesh helped most of the respondent families in acquiring female calves through this scheme. 66 Sports/Tournaments/Trophies 67 Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup Kabaddi Tournament 68 Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Run 69 Rajiv Gandhi Federation Cup boxing championship 70 Rajiv Gandhi International tournament (football) 71 NSCI – Rajiv Gandhi road races, New Delhi 72 Rajiv Gandhi Boat Race, Kerala 73 Rajiv Gandhi International Artistic Gymnastic Tournament 74 Rajiv Gandhi Kabbadi Meet 75 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Roller Skating Championship 76 Rajiv Gandhi memorial marathon race, New Delhi 77 Rajiv Gandhi International Judo Championship, Chandigarh 78 Rajeev Gandhi Memorial Trophy for the Best College, Calicut 79 Rajiv Gandhi Rural Cricket Tournament, Initiated by Rahul Gandhi in Amethi 80 Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup (U-21), football 81 Rajiv Gandhi Trophy (football) 82  Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Sportspersons 83 All Indira Rajiv Gandhi Basketball (Girls) Tournament, organized by Delhi state 84 Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament. 85 All India Rajiv Gandhi Wrestling Gold Cup, organized by Delhi State 86 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Jhopadpatti Football Tournament, Rajura 87 Rajiv Gandhi International Invitation Gold Cup Football Tournament, Jamshedpur 88 Rajiv Gandhi Mini Olympics, Mumbai 89 Rajiv Gandhi Beachball Kabaddi Federation 90 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Trophy Prerana Foundation 91 International Indira Gandhi Gold Cup Tournament 92 Indira Gandhi International Hockey Tournament 93 Indira Gandhi Boat Race 94 Jawaharlal Nehru International Gold Cup Football Tournament. Stadium 95 Gandhi Stadium, Bolangir, Orissa 96 Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Delhi 97  Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi 98 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi 99 Rajiv Gandhi Sports Stadium, Bawana 100 Rajiv Gandhi National Football Academy, Haryana 101 Rajiv Gandhi AC Stadium, Vishakhapatnam 102 Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Pondicherry 103 Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Nahariagun, Itanagar 104 Rajiv Gandhi Badminton Indoor Stadium, Cochin 105 Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Kadavanthra,Ernakulam 106 Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex , Singhu 107 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Sports Complex, Guwahati 108 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 109  Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Cochin 110  Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh 111 Indira Gandhi Stadium, Una, Himachal Pradesh 112 Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Vishakhapatnam 113 Indira Gandhi Stadium, Deogarh, Rajasthan Airports/ Ports  114 Jawaharlal Nehru Nava Sheva Port Trust, Mumbai 115 Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, New Hyderabad, A.P. 116 Rajiv Gandhi Container Terminal, Cochin 117  Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi 118 Indira Gandhi Dock, Mumbai Universities/Education Institutes   119 Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Begumpet, Hyderabad, A.P 120 Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shilong 121  Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Ranchi, Jharkhand 122  Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P. 123 Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Kharagpur, Kolkata 124 Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Secundrabad 125 Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab 126 Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Tamil Nadu 127 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarakashi 128 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Business Management, Vikram University 129 Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 130 Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore 131 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam, Kerala 132 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering Research & Technology, Chandrapur, Maharashtra 133 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 134 Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh 135 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Chola Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 136 Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P. 137 Rajiv Gandhi D.e.d. College, Latur, Maharashtra 138 Rajiv Gandhi College, Shahpura, Bhopal 139 Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, New Delhi 140 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Raebareli, U.P. 141 Rajiv Gandhi Homeopathic Medical College, Bhopal, M.P. 142  Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Post Graduate Studies, East Godavari District, A.P. 143 Rajiv Gandhi College of Education, Thumkur, Karnataka 144 Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu 145 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of IT and Biotechnology, Bhartiya Vidhyapeeth 146 Rajiv Gandhi High School, Mumbai, Maharashtra 147 Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions, Satna, M.P. 148 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu 149  Rajiv Gandhi Biotechnology Centre, R.T.M., Nagpur University 150  Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 151 Rajiv Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Madhya Pradesh 152 Rajiv Gandhi Post Graduate College, Allahabad, U.P. 153 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka 154 Rajiv Gandhi Govt. PG Ayurvedic College, Poprola, Himachal Pradesh 155 Rajiv Gandhi College, Satna, M.P. 156 Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 157  Rajiv Gandhi Madhyamic Vidyalaya, Maharashtra 158 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Contemporary Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan 159 Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship 160 Rajiv Gandhi Industrial Training Centre, Gandhinagar 161  Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, Andhra Pradesh 162 Rajiv Gandhi Institute Of Distance Education, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 163 Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture , Tamil Nadu 164  Rajiv Gandhi University (Arunachal University), A.P. 165 Rajiv Gandhi Sports Medicine Centre (RGSMC), Kerela 166  Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Mauritus 167 Rajiv Gandhi Kala Mandir, Ponda, Goa 168 Rajiv Gandhi Vidyalaya, Mulund, Mumbai 169 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Polytechnic, Bangalore, Karnataka 170 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Circle Telecom Training Centre (India), Chennai 171 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Kasagod, Kerala 172 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College Of Aeronautics, Jaipur 173 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial First Grade College, Shimoga 174 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education, Jammu & Kashmir 175 Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Barkacha, Varanasi 176 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Teacher’s Training College, Jharkhand 177 Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry, A.P. 178 Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi 179 Indira Gandhi Institute of Development & Research, Mumbai, Maharashtra 180 Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy, Dehradun 181 Indira Gandhi RashtriyaUran Akademi, Fursatganj Airfield, Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh 182 Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai 183 Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Orissa 184  Indira Gandhi B.Ed. College, Mangalore 185 Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Education, Nanded, Maharashtra 186 Indira Gandhi Balika Niketan B.ED. College, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 187 Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur, Madhya Pradesh 188  Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 189 Smt. Indira Gandhi Colelge, Tiruchirappalli 190 Indira Gandhi Engineering College, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh 191 Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kashmere Gate, Delhi 192 Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Sarang, Dist. Dhenkanal, Orissa 193 Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Pune, Maharashtra 194  Indira Gandhi Integral Education Centre, New Delhi 195 Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, Delhi University, Delhi 196 Indira Gandhi High School, Himachal 197 Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya, Chhattisgarh 198 Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla 199 Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally, Andhra Pradesh 200 Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur 201 Jawaharlal Nehru B.Ed. College, Kota, Rajasthan 202 Jawaharlal Nehru P.G. College, Bhopal 203 Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College, Sundernagar, District Mandi, H.P. 204 Jawaharlal Nehru PublicSchool, Kolar Road, Bhopal 205 Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Ibrahimpatti, Andhra Pradesh 206  Jawaharlal Nehru College, Aligarh 207 Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College in Aurangabad, Maharashtra 208  Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for advanced Scientific Research, a deemed university, Jakkur, P.O. Bangalore 209 Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Social Studies, affiliated to Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapith (Pune, Maharashtra) 210 Jawaharlal Nehru College of Aeronautics & Applied Sciences, Coimbatore, (ESTD 1968) 211 Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Katraj, Dhankwdi, Pune, Maharashtra 212 Kamal Kishore Kadam’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College in Aurangabad, Maharashtra 213 Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Education & Technological Research, Nanded, Maharashra Awards 214 Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology, Ministry   of Environment & Forest, Govt. of India 215  Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Achievement 216  Rajiv Gandhi Shiromani Award 217 Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Awards, Delhi Labour Welfare Board 218 Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award 219 Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award 220 Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award 221 Rajiv Gandhi National Award Scheme for Original Book Writing on Gyan Vigyan 222 RajivGandhi Travelling Scholarship 223 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 224 Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award, Instituted by Bureau of    Indian Standards in 1991 225 Indira Gandhi Memorial National Award forBest Environmental   & Ecological 226  Rajiv Gandhi(UK) Foundation Scholarship 227  Rajiv Gandhi Film Awards (Mumbai) 228 Rajiv Gandhi Khelratna Puraskar 229 Rajiv Gandhi Parisara Prashasti, Karnataka 230   RajivGandhi Vocational Excellence Awards 231  Rajiv Gandhi Excellence award 232  Indira Gandhi Peace Prize 233  Indira Gandhi Prize for National Integration 234  Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award 235  Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra Awards, Ministry of Environment   and Forests 236 Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Purashkar 237 Indira Gandhi NSS Award 238  Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration 239  Indira Gandhi Official Language Award Scheme 240  Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film 241  Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Awards for The Town Official Language 242   Indira Gandhi Prize” for Peace, Disarmament and Development 243  Indira Gandhi Prize for Popularization of Science  Implementation 244 Indira Gandhi Shiromani Award 245  Indira Gandhi NSS Award/National Youth 246  Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Pushar award – search n correct 247  Indira Gandhi N.S.S Awards 248  Indira Gandhi award for social service, MP Govt. 249    Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship Scheme 250 Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Award Scheme 251 Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Shield Scheme 252 Indira Gandhi Vision of Wildlife Conservation Zoo, a seminar organized by Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy. 253 Jawaharlal Nehru award for International peace worth Rs 15 lakh cash given to many international figures, every year, including Yasser Arafat of Palestine Liberation Front in 1988 and U Thant in 1965. 254 Soviet Land Nehru Award, a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 given to Shyam Benegal in Dec 89, in recognition of the above film. 255 Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Competition 256  Jawarharlal Nehru Student Award for research project of evolution of DNA 257 Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, New Delhi, for Academic Achievement 258  Jawaharlal Nehru birth centenary research award for energy 259  Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding 260  Nehru Bal Samiti Bravery Awards 261 Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medal 262  Jawaharlal Nehru Prize” from 1998-99, to be given to organizations (preferably   NGOs) for Popularization of Science. Scholarship / Fellowship  263 Rajiv Gandhi Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities 264 Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for SC/ST Candidates, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment 265 Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for ST Candidates 266 Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, IGNOU 267 Rajiv Gandhi Science Talent Research Fellows 268 Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, Ministry of Tribal Affairs 269 Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for scheduled castes and scheduled  tribes candidates given by University Grants Commission 270  Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship sponsored by the Commonwealth of Learning in  association with Indira Gandhi National Open University 271  Rajiv Gandhi science talent research fellowship given by Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for advanced scientific research (to promote budding scientists) done in tandem with Department of Science and Technology and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation 272 Rajiv Gandhi HUDCO Fellowships in the Habitat Sector (to promote research in the field of sustainable Habitat development) for MPhil, {PhD Students for 2 to 3 years, conferred by HUDCO 273 Indira Gandhi Memorial Fellowships check 274 Fullbright scholarship now renamed Fullbright- Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship 275 Cambridge Nehru Scholarships, 10 in number, for research at Cambridge University, London, leading to Ph. D. for 3 years, which include fee, maintenance allowance, air travel to UK and back. 276 Scheme of Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships for Post-graduate Studies, Govt. of India. 277  Nehru Centenary (British) Fellowships/Awards 278 Rajiv gandhi fees reembrasment schme  National Parks/ Sanctuaries/ Museums 279 Nehru Zoological park,Hyderabad 280 Rajiv Gandhi (Nagarhole) Wildlife Sanctury, Karnataka 281 Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctury, Andhra Pradesh 282 Indira Gandhi National Park, Tamil Nadu 283 Indira Gandhi Zoological Park , New Delhi 284 Indira Gandhi National Park, Anamalai Hills on Western Ghats 285 Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Vishakhapatnam 286 Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS) 287 Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Pollachi 288 Rajiv Gandhi Health Museum 289 The Rajiv Gandhi Museum of Natural History 290 Indira Gandhi Memorial museum, New Delhi 291 Jawaharlal Nehru museum in Aurangabad, Maharashtra opened by state govt. 292 Jawaharlal Nehru memorial Gallery, London 293 Jawaharlal Nehru planetarium, Worli, Mumbai. 294 Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition for Children 295 Jawaharlal Nehru park,Vijayawada 296 Gandhi park,Guntur   Hospitals/Medical Institutions  298 Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Bangalore, Karnataka 299 Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi 300 Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry 301 Shri Rajiv Gandhi college of Dental Science & Hospital,  Bangalore, Karnataka 302 Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Bio Technology, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerala 303 Rajiv Gandhi College of Nursing, Bangalore, Karnataka 304 Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Raichur 305 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases, Bangalore, Karnataka 306 Rajiv Gandhi Paramedical College, Jodhpur 307 Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane, Mumbai 308 Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Karnataka 309 Rajiv Gandhi Hospital, Goa 310 Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh 311 Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Delhi 312 Rajiv Gandhi Homoeaopathic Medical College, Chinar Park, Bhopal, M.P 313 North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health & Medical Sciences , Shilong, Meghalaya 314 Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla 315 Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health, Bangalore 316 Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sheikhpura, Patna 317 The Indira Gandhi Paediatric Hospital, Afghanistan 318 Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health Hospital, Dharmaram College, Bangalore 319  Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Heath, Bangalore 320 Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla 321 Indira Gandhi Institute of Dental Science, Kerala 322  Indira Gandhi Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneshwar 323 Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur 324 Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital And Research Centre, Kolkata 325 Indira Gandhi Hospital, Shimla 326 Indira Gandhi Women and Children Hospital , Bhopla 327  Indira Gandhi Gas Relief hospital, Bhopal 328  Kamla Nehru Hospital, Shimla 329 Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya 330  Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry 331 Gandhi Hosipital,Hyderabad 332  Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Bhopal 333 Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in Raipur. 334 Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, New Delhi 335 Nehru, Science Centre, Worli, Mumbai 336 Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, Bhopal 337 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Homoeopathic Medical Sciences, Maharashtra Institutions / Chairs / Festivals  338  Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development. (RGNIYD), Ministry of    Youth and Sports 339 Rajiv Gandhi Project – A pilot to provide Education thru Massive Satellite Connectivity up grassroot Level 340 Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited (Government of Karnataka     Enterprise) 341  Rajiv Gandhi National Ground Water Training & Research Institute, Faridabad, Haryana 342 Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission in Tribal Areas 343  Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development 344  Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Chhattisgarh 345 Rajiv Gandhi Chair Endowment established in 1998 to create a Chair of South Asian Economics 346  Rajiv Gandhi Information and Technology Commission 347 Rajiv Gandhi Chair for Peace and Disarmament 348 Rajiv Gandhi Music Festival 349 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Lecture 350 Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas 351 Rajiv Gandhi Education Foundation, Kerala 352 Rajiv Gandhi Panchayati Raj Convention 353 The Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Educational and Charitable Society, Kasagod, 354 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial trophy ekankika spardha, Prerana Foundation, Kari road 355 Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Janpath, New Delhi 356 Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj & Gramin Vikas Sansthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan 357  Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam 358 Indira Gandhi  Institute for Development and Research , Mumbai 359 Indira Gandhi Institute of Cardiology (IGIC), Patna 360 Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, New Delhi 361 Indira Gandhi National Foundation, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 362  Indira Gandhi Mahila Sahakari Soot Girani Ltd, Maharashtra 363  Indira Gandhi Conservation Monitoring Centre , Ministry of Environment & Forest 364  Post-Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child 365 Jawahar Shetkari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. 366 Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan 367 Jawaharlal Nehru Centenary celebrations 368 Postal stamps of different denominations and one Rupee coins in memory of     Jawaharlal Nehru 369 Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust (U.K.) Scholarships 370  Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House Nhava Sheva, Maharashtra 371 Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for. Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore 372 Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Moscow 373 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Udyog Kendra for Juveniles, Pune, Maharastra 374 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru college of agriculture and research institute ,     Pondicherry Roads/Buildings/places  375 Gandhi Nagar.Hyderabad 376 Rajiv Chowk, Delhi 377 Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, Safdarjung, New Delhi 378 Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan, New Delhi 379  Rajiv Gandhi Park, Kalkaji, Delhi 380 Indira Chowk, New Delhi 381 Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi 382 Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 383 Nehru Nagar, New Delhi 384 Nehru Place, New Delhi 385 Nehru Park, New Delhi Nehru House, BSZ Marg, New Delhi 386 Jawaharlal Nehru Government House New Delhi 387 Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park, Gurgaon, Haryana 388 Rajiv Gandhi Chowk, Andheri, Mumbai 389 Indira Gandhi Road, Mumbai 390  Indira Gandhi Nagar, Wadala, Mumbai 391 Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Mulund, Mumbai 392  Nehru Nagar, Kurla, Mumbai 393 Jawaharlal Nehru gardens at Thane, Mumbai 394 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Hall, Chennai 395 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Vadapalani, Chennai, Tamilnadu 396 Rajiv Gandhi Salai (Old Mahabalipuram road named after Rajiv Gandhi) 397 Rajiv Gandhi Education City, Haryana 398 Mount Rajiv, a peak in Himalaya 399 Rajiv Gandhi IT Habitat, Goa 400 Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Chennai 401 Gandhi Nagar.Vijayawada 402 Rajiv Gandhi Nagar in Coimbatore,  Tamil Nadu 403 Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Trichy, Tamil Nadu 404  Rajiv Gandhi IT Park, Hinjewadi, Pune 405 Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Bhav , Palanpur  Banaskantha 406 Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park, Chandigarh 407 Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, Jharkhand 408 Rajiv Gandhi statue, Panaji, Goa 409 Rajiv Gandhi Road, Chittoor 410 Rajiv Gandhi Memorial at Sriperumbudur 411 Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, University of Hyderabad 412 Indira Gandhi Musical Fountains, Bangalore 413 Indira Gandhi Planetarium , Lucknow 414 Indira Gandhi Centre for Indian Culture (IGCIC), High Commission of India, Mauritus 415 Indira Gandhi Zoological Park , Eastern Ghats of India 416  Indira Gandhi Canal, Ramnagar, Jaisalmer 417 Indira Gandhi Industrial Complex, Ranipet, Vellore District 418 Indira Gandhi Park, Itanagar 419 Indira Gandhi Squiare , Pondicherry 420 Indira Gandhi Road, Willingdon Island, Cochin 421 Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Kashmir 422 Indira Gandhi Sagar Dam, Nagpur 423 Indira Gandhi bridge, Rameshvar, Tamil Nadu 424 Indira Gandhi Hospital, Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation 425 Indira Gandhi memorial cultural Complex, UP Govt. 426 Indira Gandhi Sports Stadium , Rohru District, Shimla 427 Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj Sansthan , Bhopal 428 Indira Gandhi Nagar, Rajasthan 429 Indira Nagar, Lucknow 430 Roads are named after Jawaharlal Nehru in many cities e.g. in Jaipur, Nagpur, Vile Parle, Ghatkopar, Mulund etc. 431 Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad 432 Jawaharlal Nehru Gardens, Ambarnath 433 Jawarharlal Nehru Gardens, Panhala 434 Jawaharlal Nehru market, Jammu. 435 Jawaharlal Nehru Tunnel on the Jammu Srinagar Highway 436 Nehru Chowk, Ulhas Nagar, Maharashtra. 437 Nehru Bridge on the river Mandvi, Panaji, Goa 438 Nehru Nagar Ghaziabad 439 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Dharmatala, Kolkata 440 Nehru Road, Guwahati 441 Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur 442 Nehru Vihar Colony, Kalyanpur, Lucknow 443 Nehru Nagar, Patna 444 Jawaharlal Nehru Street, Pondicherry 445 Nehru Bazaar, Madanapalli, Tirupathi 446 Nehru Chowk, Bilaspur. M.P 447 Nehru Street, Ponmalaipatti, Tiruchirapalli 448 Nehru Nagar, S.M. Road, Ahmedabad 449 Nehru Nagar,. Nashik Pune Road




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(Federal Government seats) seats. ( between 7April and 12 May 2014).


(This is an article I wrote for a French Magazine, taking into account the International Audience)


The Cost to the Election Commission which regulates and conducted Elections is Rs, 35 Billion.


India, Lok Sabha Elections are scheduled in April May 2014

India Election 2014.Image Credit . Ap News Corner.


The Political Parties will be spending US $ 5 Billion, second highest in the world after the US Presidential election 2012.


(This does not take into account the Black Money being spent by the parties and the candidates)


As general elections draw closer, ‘unaccounted money’ may account for over one-third of total Rs 30,000 crore estimated to be spent on these polls, a study says.


*(Rs I Crore in dollars is 214,431)

While various national and regional parties are estimated to spend Rs 8,000-10,000 crore for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, candidates at their

individual level may spend a whopping amount of Rs 10,000-13,000 crore, as per the study conducted by research think-tank CMS.


These figures include both official and unaccounted expenses.


Till the 10th of April, the Election Commission has caught about Rs,500 Crore.


The Election Commission has ordered seizure of money over Rs.Ten lakhs without proper documentation; Banks, Airports,Railroads ,Bus Stations are n the watch


The campaign trail is vast and all the known forms and some novel methods are used.


Internet ads, blogs,Paid News by TV Channels and Print Media,Media Advertising,Mobile Calls, SMS,Posters,Buntings,Leaflets, .. all tricks are resorted to.


Unique style of garnering votes in Tamil Nadu are,


Dropping a 500 Rupee Note in an Aarthi plate(traditional way of welcoming a visitor, where a plate with Turmeric powder and Vermillion is dissolved in water and shown to the Guest)


Attending personal functions like the birth of a baby, Naming the child, attending marriages, and even Death and offering Cash or donations in kind.


Offering Cheap country liquor, Biryani, a none veg delicacy free of cost.


Carting people to attend Party Public meetings in Lorries,Trucks, offering them Food, Liquor and Cash .


Visiting people at Home and offering them cash.


Falling at the feet of Elders and at times even children!


The Ruling Party at the centre in the UPA(United Progressive Alliance ) led by the century old Indian National Congress.


It has a Coalition of State Parties with their own agenda.


Against this is the NDA(National Democratic Alliance), led by the Opposition The BJP, Bharatiya Janata Party.


It also has a patch work of Regional parties.


Then we have a motley group of Third front , which belongs to none of the groupings above and are awaiting the results to form a Coalition sans the Congress and BJP.


The Ruling Party is besieged with scams galore starting with Rs.i,86,000 Lakh crore 2 G Spectrum allotment in Telecom Sector,Helicopter Scam involving crores of Rupees,ISRO (Space Agency),Housing irregularities and many more.


Also there were instances of moral turpitude by the senior party members.


The economy , despite claims that the Macro economy is performing well, the price of essentials are shooting up.


There is a Prime Minister who wields no power but the Government is controlled by the leader of the Congress party, an Italian woman , the wife of Late Rajiv Gandhi, ex-Prime Minister of India.


The Family has been ruling India for three generations starting from Jawaharlal Nehru, through Indira Gandhi, his daughter and by her son Rajiv Gandhi.


Now the party has indicated that Rahul Gandhi, son of Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi as the Prime Ministerial Candidate.


The Opposition has announced Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, of the BJP party.


Curiously India does not have a Presidential form of Government.


It has a Federal set up where the leader of the major party in the Elections outings ,shall form the Government!


The reason is that the opposition has no Policies different from the Ruling party.


But the BJP off and on plays the Hindu Card, claiming that the Hindus are not treated equally in what is essentially Hindu Country , with the Muslims.


The ruling Congress party plays the Muslim card .


And both the parties play the Caste Card regularly.


Even now, the candidates are selected based on the caste considerations, that is the candidate belonging to the caste of the Majority voters are selected.


Both the parties are equally shy of giving equal opportunities for women despite proclamations to the contrary.


On the security issues there is no difference between both the parties.


Or On the Economic Policies.


So each party is accusing the other of corruption .


While the Congress is harping on Stability factor , the BJP is calling the Congress as Corrupt.


Then the deciding factor will be the regional parties, who can decide the formation of the Government when the results are likely to be fragmented.


Though the opinion polls have revealed a high gain for BJP and the lowest ever seats for the Congress, no party, except the BJP shall get simple majority.


This would necessitate the support of the regional parties.


They shall go in for their pound of flesh in terms of Cabinet berths!


And they have their regional agenda which will be difficult to fulfil in a federal setup, ( the regional parties also know this,)


The major States that have more Lok Sabha seats,shall decide the formation of the Government are UP (80),West Bengal (42),Maharashtra(48),AP (420, Tamil Nadu,Bihar (40 each)


The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is nurturing the ambitions of becoming the Prime Minister if both the congress and BJP do not get simple majority.


And the Chief Minister of Bihar too has this ambition.


Therefore the result is likely to be , as of now, the BJP might get more seats way ahead of Congress , yet shall fall short of majority.


The Regional parties might play a vital role.


Yet the charisma of the BJP prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi might sweep the polls because of the inexperience of Rahul Gandhi who shoots himself in the mouth..


Interesting News.


Election is on for one seat for Mizoram on 11 April.


Twenty-two Villagers near Delhi travelled by rowing a boat across the Yamuna River,walked for 4 kilometres to cast their votes, covering a total of 90km on 10 April.


In Tamil Nadu, a Party’s candidate was withdrawn to accommodate an opposition party candidate, who joined the Party 48 hours before!


An actor who was a Leader of the opposition in Taml Nadu, beat up the candidate in the last Elections in Tamil Nadu.



He usually comes to Public Meetings roaring drunk and does not even remember the Candidates’ Name.!


Many actors are in the fray now, but no heavy weights now.


Four actors have become Chief Ministers and were very powerful and popular and in fact one is now the powerful chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and

a contender for the Prime Minister’s Post.

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On Robert Vadra, Allegations Verified

In India on April 15, 2014 at 10:32


There are lots of information on Robert Vadra and I have posted an article on Robert Vadra’s 2.3 Billions, Pakistani origin, Full Story.


There is a reply by Robert Vadra, of course, denying all.


What exactly is the position?

This is an alleged list of Robert Vadra's Comapanies

AllegedList of Robert Vadra’s Companies

Robert Vadra's Dubious deals,

Questions for Robt Vadra


Hoax Slayer analyses.


Allegations and analysis.


Robert Vadra, along with his mother Maureen Vadra, owns a company called Sky Light Hospitality Pvt Ltd, which is a partner in a partnership firm that owns business hotel Hilton Garden Inn in South Delhi, along with DLF Hotel Holdings and others. This happened in March, 2011 as Robert Vadra made a low-key entry into Real estate business with the association of DLF.

Vadra told Economic Times, “The Hilton Garden Inn Hotel in Saket is a small business hotel. I have interest in hospitality and am happy to be part of the hotel. I have known the DLF people for a long time and they are friends of mine. I had wanted to invest in real estate and one thing led to another. Right now, I can only be part of a small hotel. If I were taking favours from people I would be doing far bigger things. But I am doing this on my own. I can’t expand immediately but I hope to expand a few years down the line.”

There have been allegations from Indian politicians that Robert Vadra has links to Commonwealth games scam, because DLF was a major contractor of the Commonwealth games that were held in India in 2010. This is not yet proved. Recently, Arvind Kejriwal of India against corruption claimed that DLF gave generous loans up to 65 crores to Vadra companies, some without collateral. Arvind Kejriwal and the opposition party BJP demanded the government to probe into these corrupt property deals and the possible benefits Robert Vadra may have received. You can read the complete list of their accusations against Robert Vadra here.

Following these accusations, Robert Vadra responded saying:

“I am a private law abiding citizen who has been engaged in business over the last 21 years. The allegations levelled against me by Shri Kejriwal and Shri Bhushan are utterly false, entirely baseless and defamatory. My business transactions are fully reflected in financial statements filed before appropriate government authorities in compliance with the law. They are available in the public domain to anyone interested in knowing the truth. I am saddened by the attempt of Shri Kejriwal and Shri Bhushan to deliberately misrepresent numbers contained in my financial statements, manufacture lies and malign my family in order to gain cheap publicity for them and for the launch of their political party.”

DLF explained:

“At no stage was a interest free loan ever given to the Skylight group. There were two sets of Business Advances against purchase of property, one of which amounting to Rs. 50 crores resulted in a satisfactory conclusion of purchase of commercial land and the second advance of Rs. 15 crores was fully refunded.”

You can read their complete explanation here.

The government ruled out their appeal to probe into business dealings between Robert Vadra and the realty giant DLF, while IAC claim to fight further and BJP Party is keen to raise the issue in Parliament.

The allegations linking Robert Vadra with IPL, DLF and Kolkata Knight Riders started after a press release of Dr.Subramanian Swamy, President of the Janata Party of India, in 2010, linking the controversy in IPL bidding to Congress MP Mr. Rajiv Shukla, who is also the Chairman of BCCI’s Finance Committee. You can read it here. This is not yet proved.

Subramanian Swamy has also charged Union home minister P Chidambaram and Robert Vadra with involvement in the multi-crore 2G Spectrum scam. Below is his quote:

“Vadra has 20% stake in Unitech, one of the telecom operators which benefited through the allocation of second generation mobile telephony spectrum by former union minister A Raja. He is the beneficiary of illegal payments generated through the spectrum scam and Commonwealth Games contracts.”

But this is not yet proved.

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra along with her husband Robert Vadra was a director in less known charter services provider called Blue Breeze Trading. IAC team alleges that this company received corporate favours in the form of inter-corporate loans. Also, the financial transactions of this company are reportedly not transparent. You can read all about it here.

Ottavio Quattrocchi is an Italian businessman who was criminally charged for bribes in Bofors scandal until early 2009 in India. You can read all about him and the controvertial dealing of bofors scandal here. There were speculations that Ottavio Quattrocchi came close to Rajiv Gandhi through his wife Sonia Gandhi, and Ottavio Quattrocchi’s financier son, Massimo Quattrocchi, is believed to be a childhood friend of Sonia Gandhi’s children Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi. It is believed that Robert Vadra met Priyanka Gandhi through his alleged expatriate friend Ottavio Quattrocchi. The links between Quattrocchi and Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi were also brought into light by one of the press releases of Dr. Subramanian Swamy, claiming to show related proofs as well. You can read it here - press release dated 15, April 2011, point numbers 15, 20, 21, 22. But these links are not yet proved.

It is a fact that Robert Vadra has special privilege of not to be frisked at civil airports along with president of India and other VVIPs. In the image section, you can see a picture of the order of Indian Bureau of Civil Aviation Security showing Robert Vadra’s name at last. When a group called RTI Anonymous filed an RTI questioning this special privilege given to Robert Vadra, the ministry of RTI replied saying that this exemption is because he is a “special case”.

Citation .

Robert Vadra Allegations analysis, HoazxSlayer



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Nehru Provoked Sino- Indian War 1962

In India on April 14, 2014 at 19:01


It is always easy and rewarding to accept statements of our leaders and be complimented as Patriotic and if you question the words or the lives of these people, you had it,


I published an article stating that there are numerous references , documents and articles on the Nehru Family.


On Nehru being born in a Brothel,his father Motilal Nehru running it,


On Sonia Gandhi‘s Profile,Her Educational Qualifications. her reported involvement in the theft of Antiques from India,Her father having been a Nazi,


Her close association with Quattarochi , Bofors  Deal,KGB paid Sonia and Rahul Gandhi.


On Rahiul Gandhi’s educational qualification.


I had received a lot of compliments for providing information with authentic sources, I also received criticisms.


Some of them abusive.


Of the mildest criticism I received this one I choose as the best.


‘One who comments on Sri Chakra should not comment on others like this”


This is from a reader in Facebook.


I understand.


Much as I would like to avoid writing about these voluntary characters, and willful propagation of falsehood as Truth, including in School text Books,


I feel I should not shy away from the Facts backed by documents.


This is the purpose of my posts on these subjects.

Mao met nehru before Sino Indian War

Mao Tse Tung and Nehru
image credit.Dccan Chronicle Archives.


If contrary views are presented I am willing to post them.


All in the purpose of making people aware.


We have been taught in History ,in Schools, that China attacked India, while chanting Indi Chini Bhai Bhai, after attending a Conference , thus stabbing Nehru and India in the back.


Curious in India is the fact that the nation is equated to a  Politician!


This  tradition continues even today.


What are the facts of Chinese Aggression?


1.The disputed territory, if one were to go by the earliest ownership(reasonably , about 250 years earlier,if one were to extend this beyond this point there is no India!), was owned by the Chinese.


2.After the conquest by  the Sikh Confederacy of Ladakh in 1842 the territory became a disputed one with the Chinese as it was owned by The Chinese and

when the British conquered the Sikhs, the territory became territory which was guaranteed by the Kashmir,which was defeated by the Sikhs , who were

finally taken over by the British.


So British control in a guarantee of Fourth Order,,British to Sikhs, Sikhs to Kashmir, Kashmir to Ladakh!


This is the ownership of the territory for which China attacked India.


Was China’s attack unprovoked?




Nehru  provoked it.


At the beginning of 1961, Nehru appointed General B. M. Kaul as army Chief of General Staff,[32] but he refused to increase military spending and prepare for a possible war.[32]According to James Barnard Calvin of the U.S. Navy, in 1959, India started sending Indian troops and border patrols into disputed areas. This program created both skirmishes and deteriorating relations between India and China.[8] The aim of this policy was to create outposts behind advancing Chinese troops to interdict their supplies, forcing them north of the disputed line.[8][26][30][33] There were eventually 60 such outposts, including 43 north of the McMahon Line, to which India claimed sovereignty.[8][13] China viewed this as further confirmation of Indian expansionist plans directed towards Tibet. According to the Indian official history, implementation of the Forward Policy was intended to provide evidence of Indian occupation in the previously unoccupied region through which Chinese troops had been advancing. Kaul was confident, through contact with Indian Intelligence and CIA information, that China would not react with force.[19] Indeed, at first the PLA simply withdrew, but eventually Chinese forces began to counter-encircle the Indian positions which clearly encroached into the north of McMahon Line. This led to a tit-for-tat Indian reaction, with each force attempting to outmanoeuver the other. However, despite the escalating nature of the dispute, the two forces withheld from engaging each other directly.[2]

Chinese attention was diverted for a time by the military activity of the Nationalists on Taiwan, but on 23 June the U.S. assured China that a Nationalist invasion would not be permitted.[34] China’s heavy artillery facing Taiwan could then be moved to Tibet.[35] It took China six to eight months to gather the resources needed for the war, according to Anil Athale, author of the official Indian history.[35] The Chinese sent a large quantity of non-military supplies to Tibet through the Indian port of Calcutta.[35]

Early incidents

Various border conflicts and “military incidents” between India and China flared up throughout the summer and autumn of 1962. In May, the Indian Air Force was told not to plan for close air support, although it was assessed as being a feasible way to counter the unfavourable ratio of Chinese to Indian troops.[36] In June, a skirmish caused the deaths of dozens of Chinese troops. The Indian Intelligence Bureau received information about a Chinese buildup along the border which could be a precursor to war.[36]

During June–July 1962, Indian military planners began advocating “probing actions” against the Chinese, and accordingly, moved mountain troops forward to cut off Chinese supply lines. According to Patterson, the Indian motives were threefold:

  1. Test Chinese resolve and intentions regarding India.
  2. Test whether India would enjoy Soviet backing in the event of a Sino-Indian war.
  3. Create sympathy for India within the U.S., with whom relations had deteriorated after the Indian annexation of Goa.[20]:279

On 10 July 1962, 350 Chinese troops surrounded an Indian occupied post in Chushul (north of the McMahon Line) but withdrew after a heated argument via loudspeaker.[9] On 22 July, the Forward Policy was extended to allow Indian troops to push back Chinese troops already established in disputed territory.[26] Whereas Indian troops were previously ordered to fire only in self-defence, all post commanders were now given discretion to open fire upon Chinese forces if threatened.[26] In August, the Chinese military improved its combat readiness along the McMahon Line and began stockpiling ammunition, weapons and gasoline.[8]

Given his foreknowledge of the coming Cuban Missile CrisisMao Zedong was able to persuade Nikita Khrushchev to reverse the Russian policy of backing India, at least temporarily.[37] In mid-October, the Communist organ Pravda encouraged peace between India and China.[37] When the Cuban Missile Crisis ended and Mao’s rhetoric changed, however, Russia reversed course.[37]

Confrontation at Thag La.

In June 1962, Indian forces established an outpost at Dhola, on the southern slopes of the Thag La Ridge.[8] Dhola lay north of the McMahon Line but south of the ridges along which India interpreted the McMahon Line to run”

Chinese Attempt at Mediation.

He struck a match, and held the paper to the flames… He said it would take more than a quarter of a century to return to any substantive negotiation, provided the Chinese refrained from another attack on India.’

On October 24, Premier Zhou received PKB; the atmosphere was ‘definitely chilly’.

PKB writes, ‘He then said that the conflict had to stop, it had to end! He had therefore written a letter to Mr Nehru with three proposals: 1. The two countries should immediately agree to respect ‘the line of actual control’, and their armed forces should disengage and withdraw 20 km from this line; 2. The Chinese troops in the eastern sector would withdraw north of the line of actual control; 3. The prime ministers of the two countries should meet to seek a friendly and peaceful settlement.’

In reply PKB presented the Indian viewpoint, adding, ‘China had agreed in 1960, when Zhou had visited New Delhi, to maintain the status quo in the North East Frontier Agency area. At this point he interrupted me sharply by saying that it was not true; he had never given such an assurance.’

On November 19 and 20, PKB had two more meetings with Zhou.

In December 1962, PKB was instructed to come to Delhi for the Sri Lankan prime minister’s visit; the six non-aligned mediator ‘Colombo Powers’ — Myanmar, Cambodia, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia and Sri Lanka — had advanced proposals to ease India-China tensions.

This was PKB’s first visit to Delhi during the assignment. Little wonder PKB felt he did not understand New Delhi’s thinking.

On January 7, 1963, PKB was summoned, told that he should come alone.

PKB writes, ‘He (Zhou)’ was in a pensive mood and somewhat tired, and said… he would like me to carry his very personal and verbal message only for Mr Nehru’s ears. He continued that war never solved any problems, but only created new ones… positive steps were urgently required besides public declarations and political statements. Mr Nehru, a man of high philosophy and great vision, and he had known each other personally over a period of many years. He understood Mr Nehru’s current political predicaments, but Mr Nehru should try and understand his (Zhou en-Lai’s) position as well. Mr Nehru should help Mr Zhou en-Lai’s hand, and a hand extended in friendship and cooperation…’

’1. For the next three months, Mr Nehru and he would stop making negative statements about each other’s country although this may not stop others from making statements of counter-productive nature. 2. Mr Nehru and he should meet as soon as possible with only a small entourage, away from the press and publicity, in an agreed place, in order to exchange ideas for an agreed and joint action to defuse the current situation. This meeting in total privacy should last no longer than two days. 3. After this meeting, which would further ensure in every way the strengthening of the cease-fire line, the two governments would draw up a programme where they could jointly cooperate in areas like trade, science, culture and technology…’

‘When the climate for mutual trust had been created, then the border disputes would be discussed, on a sector to sector basis, by the two countries… He requested me again to give this strictly private and personal message directly to Mr Nehru.’

PKB decided to tell no one in Delhi about the content of Zhou’s message, not even Foreign Secretary M J Desai. He met Nehru several times, ‘(Nehru) wanted me to go with him to his office in South Block. In the car he… was mumbling to himself, “What went wrong, where did I go wrong?” During my stay in New Delhi, I was with Mr Nehru a number of times, and used to hear this type of monologue…’

‘(Some days later, at the prime minister’s residence) He asked me about the message sent by Zhou en-Lai… immediately after the meeting with Chou, I had myself typed out so that no point might be missed… I gave him the one-page typed message which I carried constantly with me inside my wallet. He started reading it… going over it a few times. He then put down the paper on the table near him and seemed lost in thought…’

‘He returned from his thoughts, looked at me and said that it was not possible since matters had gone too far. He added that during my stay I had met members of the government and the Opposition, press people, as well as ordinary citizens, and surely I must have reached the same conclusion that no one in India would stand anymore Chinese bluff and all nonsense.’

‘He briefly recalled his efforts to help China with goodwill and friendship, and his close association with Zhou en-Lai, whose betrayal had led to fraudulent territorial claims by China and the invasion of India. He gave descriptions of meetings and details of discussions and negotiations with Zhou en-Lai. It was a melancholy monologue…’


Nehru’s No to China for mediation

Sino Indian War 1962 Wiki


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Jawaharlal Nehru Was Born In A Brothel?

In India on April 14, 2014 at 13:25


Jawaharlal Nehru was born in a brothel,Motilal Nehru ran one.


Nehru’s memorial is not where he was born , because it was a brothel.


Jawaharlal Nehru had two step bothers.

nehru had an affair with Edwina Mountbatten

Nehru with Edwina Mount batten


“MOTILAL had also two bastard sons out of Muslim women by name SHEIKABDULLA &SYUD HUSSAIN “


These are some of the information doing the rounds in the Internet.


But what is curious is that none of the Nehru Family have deigned it important enough to contradict this any where  or any forum.


The same attitude by Sonia gandhi, Rahul Gandhi on the various charges, which seem to be credible and backed by document,

KGB paid Money to Sonia, Rahul.


Sonia’s Father was a Nazi,


Rahul was arrested in US by The FBI and was released by the intervention of Vajpayee.


Bofors, 2G,ISRO,CWG …….


Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi lied about their Educational Qualifications


Is it because they think they are beyond the Morality of India?


Or an arrogance of power and wealth?


A denial would be welcome as this would rest these kinds of Information.



Date: 4/25/2001
Brothel thrives were Nehru was born 
By Sharad Gupta, Lucknow, India 

The featured article below has been taken from the Daily Indian Express of New Delhi of August 29, 1997. It was written by Sharad Gupta of Lucknow. A copy was received from a friend in New Delhi only a short while ago. The Sword of Truth online magazine had presented several articles in the recent past on the Nehrus in its columns. They were based on material gleaned piecemeal from various sources and then put together. We would request our readers to specially go through the two articles named herewith: (1) A Tale of Two Lals, and (2) The Story of Gangadhar, Father of Motilal. They can be obtained in our Archives Section. 
There are other Nehru-related articles too in the Archives columns which shed more light on the Nehrus and their shameless brood. For the first time, the Sword of Truth had publicly stated that Jawaharlal had died of syphilis. This was vehemently opposed by the reigning MHMs (Mentally Handicapped Morons) but the truth did come out soon enough, as is always the case with truth everywhere. It was clear that most medical students studying in Delhi at the time, were fully informed of the real cause of Nehru's death while the wider Hindu public remained (or were left to remain) unaware of the fact. Also, fully aware of this shameful fact, at the time, were all foreign embassies and news reporters of New Delhi. Such suppression of important news from compatriots, has always been a way with the Nehrus, constantly motivated to keep the country ignorant. Ignorance is weakness and self-inflicted ignorance is suicide, what learned people say. The idea was always to keep the public in the dark and so there was not a single voice raised against the compulsory nephew/niece-ship of the entire populace to the sick Prime Minister! Some morons had even tried to blame Sikh-owned road-side 'Dhabas' saying that Jawahar had contracted the disease from a glass of water that he had taken in a 'dhaba' on a hot summer day. But then, no one believed this cock and bull story. After all, syphilis is syphilis; and it usually affects people frequenting unhealthy company and not 'dhabas'. 
We send our heartfelt thanks to the Delhi friend for the copy of the original article by Sharad Gupta, reproduced verbatim in the following pages. 
(The verbatim reproduction of the Article from the Indian Express of Aug. 29, 1997, Delhi)


Jawahalal Nehru, Illicit Son


Nehru was born in a brothel


From Bharata to India,The Rape of Chrysee by By M. K. Agarwal





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