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India- Children slapped with sedition charges #WTFnews

4 children arrested near Idinthakarai face sedition charges SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT, The Hindu   A Coast Guard aircraft flies over anti-nuclear protestors, who began a jal satyagraha against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) by standing the whole day in the… Continue Reading →

#Nestle NAN H.A. 1 Gold baby formula ‘making children sick’

BY SARAH MICHAEL news.com.au August 08, 2012   Nestle‘s NAN H.A. 1 Gold. Picture: Nestle Robert Paganin fed the new formula to his six-month-old son Harry for four weeks before discovering it was making his son sick. Picture: Supplied  NESTLE… Continue Reading →

Lewd jokes in mag for Gujarati primary schools # Narendramodi

Lewd jokes in mag for Guj primary schools Monthly A State Govt Initiative Under Central Scheme Bharat Yagnik TNN Ahmedabad: This is a dirty joke played on the sensitivities of lakhs of children who go to government-run primary schools in… Continue Reading →

The Facts – Crash course genocidal Israel

There is a 130 year long record of religious Jewish opposition against the zionist scheme | Source Neturei Karta The sole one starting terrorism in the middle east is Israel, King David Bombing  July 1946, before any state of “Israel” was founded at… Continue Reading →

Must Watch- Music Video on Koodankulam Anti Nuclear Protest

The first Inter-Governmental Agreement for setting up two 1000MW light water reactors was signed between India and the erstwhile USSR in 1988. In spite of people’s opposition to the project since then the authorities were careful not to publicise the… Continue Reading →

Koodankulam Update March 21, 2012

10:00 AM Electricity, Water and Food Supply stopped in Idinthakarai All roads and sea routes to reach Idinthakarai are blocked. Police personnel forcibly took away mobiles phones and water supply equipments. School run by Dr. S P Udayakumar damaged badly… Continue Reading →

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