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Medicos intensify Strike against mixopathy and also ask proof for Sanskrit medicine

On November 19, a government notification listed out specific surgical procedures that a postgraduate medical student of Ayurveda must be “practically trained to acquaint with, as well as to independently perform”.   The notification has invited sharp criticism from the Indian Medical Association, which questioned the competence of Ayurveda practitioners to carry out these procedures, Read More…

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DMK MP Kanimozhi stop Hindi imposition stand evokes huge support, send shock waves to Hindi fanatics

Earlier when DMK MP Kanimozhi  disclosed  a CISF official at Chennai airport had asked her if “she was an Indian” as the DMK leader could not speak Hindi sparked controversy and non Hindi speaking Indians waging a war against Hindi Imposition at large in social media    Language politics has always been a sensitive and Read More…

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Modi promoted Sanskrit named Aarogya Setu app a hit or a flop ..

Ten days before the Indian Department of Telecom sent at least two messages everyday asking people to download the Aarogya Setu, app, which was developed under the guidance of National Informatics Centre through a public-private partnership.   Then came Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s latest address to the nation, in which he not only extended Read More…

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Sanskrit Priests Pooja for rain in Karnataka trolled in Social media

Pooja performed at Someshwara temple in Halasuru Karnataka yesterday for better monsoon has evoked sarcastic remarks against Sanskrit pundits The summer heat is becoming unbearable for everybody so much so that priests in Bengaluru performed puja for early monsoon rains at Someshwara temple on June 7. But what the Social media is obsessing over are Read More…

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Constitution Bench to decide Compulsory Sanskrit & Hindu hymns in 1100 Kendriya Vidyalaya

Supreme Court on Monday referred to the Constitution Bench, a plea challenging the compulsory recitation of Sanskrit and Hindi hymns in the morning assembly of the central government-run Kendriya Vidyalaya schools.   A bench headed by Justice Rohinton Nariman sent to the Constitution Bench to decide the petition, which objected to the recital of Sanskrit Read More…