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Our focus is on Ram Rajya after Ram temple: Uma Bharti



In an exclusive interview with The Daily Guardian, firebrand saffron leader and BJP’s national vice-president Uma Bharti said that Ram Rajya would soon become a reality in India after the Ram temple’s construction in Ayodhya. Excerpts:

Q: Now that the date to lay the foundation of the Ram temple in Ayodhya has been announced, will you also be present there as you were present on 6 December 1992?

A: This is not an issue for me. Whether I am present there or not, we want Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be present on the occasion. It is like Ganga is there and other tributaries are also in it. The way the Somnath temple’s work began under the presence of Dr Rajendra Prasad. Modi ji represents all of us. It is not important for me and I don’t want to talk further on whether I am invited or not.

 Q: What next after Ayodhya? Mathura, Kashi…

A: Presently we are focusing on Ayodhya and that is the priority. In Kashi and Mathura, there are already huge temples and prayers and rituals are happening every day since ages. Next to the Ram temple, it is Ram Rajya in India on which we are focusing. We are sure under the able leadership of our popular Prime Minister Modi; this will also be a reality soon.

Q: Why 5 August when astrologers are saying it is not auspicious?

 A: I am not an expert to talk on time, nor am I an astrologer. I am happy that the foundation laying of the temple will be performed. It is a matter of joy and pride for me. Mahant Gopal Das and Champat Rai are the right person to answer these questions. I am happy that the Ram temple is being constructed.

 Q: Who will take the credit for the construction of the temple? BJP, VHP, RSS or Shiv Sena?

A: When the Nepalese Prime Minister said that Ram was born in Nepal, I asked why they stopped him. Let him construct a Ram temple there but from where will he get Sarayu river? Then I suggest naming any river as Sarayu and construct a temple there. We do not have a patent on Ram. Let Sonia Gandhi chant ‘Shri Ram Jai Ram’, Let Sharad Pawar and Asad Owaisi chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’. We will not have any problem, rather we will send them percussion and ‘manjira’ to play and chant.

Q: NCP leader Sharad Pawar has said that instead of stonelaying it is the time to fight the war against corona.

A: The team working at the site is not the team working on corona. They are different people. Ask Sharad Pawar about the work in the state of Maharashtra. Has everything come to a grinding halt? These are all false and baseless. They are unable to digest how the entire nation came together for construction of the Ram temple and I appeal to people to teach those lessons who tried to vitiate communal harmony by bringing Lord Ram in between

. Q: Do you think Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray should also be invited on 5 August?

 A: Who has stopped him from visiting Ayodhya? He can go tomorrow. No one will stop him. Only thing he will have to follow is social distancing during this pandemic. Why do these politicians crave for invitation?

Q: Samajwadi Party MP Shafiqur Barq and AIMIM MP from Maharashtra Imtiaz Jaleel are saying that you are stopping them from celebrating Bakr-e-Eid (Eid al-Adha) due to Covid but in the meantime you are celebrating foundation laying.

A: That is a state subject and as you know there is a lockdown; even the Raksha Bandhan festival will not be celebrated, which is a major festival. Also, the Ram temple ceremony is not a public function and at one place where a limited number of people are being called and will assemble.

Q. You were already a two-time MP. How did you get into the Ram temple movement?

A: I used to do discourse (pravachan) on ‘Gita’ and ‘Ramayana’ and I was just 8-year-old. It was in the year 1969 when saint Ramchandra Paramhans took me to Ayodhya for a discourse on Ramayana. He took me to show the disputed site and it was painful to see and witness it. Later, a few years after I was told that there was an order by the court to open the lock. There was mounting pressure by the Babri Masjid Action Committee so that namaz prayers could be offered on the disputed site. By this time, I was a two-time MP and under the leadership of Ashok Singhal, I was also asked to be part of a committee to convince the committee members to avoid offering prayers. On seeing that things were not going according to what was requested, then the BJP in its Palampur National Convention passed a resolution of construction of a huge Ram temple. Then with an idea to reach out to people in the country, Advani ji took out a Rath Yatra. Ashok Singhal was our ideologue and Advani ji became the political face of the movement and I was their trusted lieutenant. I am happy that later Ram temple became the national issue. This way I got connected to the movement.

Q: When the Babri structure was brought down, it became a headline all over the world and it was termed as national shame for India.

A: Why should we be ashamed of it? It was a people’s movement with sentiments involved. Everyone who was present was chanting ‘Ram Ram Jai Shri Ram’. Emergency was a national shame. Sikh violence was a national shame. When thousands of Sikhs were killed, when the country was divided and Partition was done, these were national shame. Chanting ‘Ram Ram’ can never be a matter of shame.

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The Current Financial Climate Around the World



The economy is volatile, but many people are finding ways to profit from these conditions. I decided to write an article about how the global foreign exchange can support your investments in this challenging time. I have made a point of looking into different opportunities and following up with my research. In addition to helping you access an emerging market currency (not to mention other things such as commodities), the foreign exchange gives you exposure to many more investment opportunities than your typical stock/bond investments would. For example, imagine taking advantage of an interest rate hike in your home country and buying shares in some companies in a country like India or China. You need a strong, diversified investment portfolio that includes stocks and bonds in both developed and emerging countries. It means a higher risk, but a better return. Before you start making these changes, make sure you’ve got the necessary resources. It can be difficult to do this right now, so I recommend working with someone who can help manage your money.

Focus on fundamentals

An excellent way for anyone to profit from the current economic situation is by focusing on the underlying factors behind the movement. When trading currency, this usually involves analyzing and understanding the economy, which can often be easier to know when you’re doing it for the first time. Forex traders often forget to consider the fundamental economic factors, especially where a country is concerned. While many investors focus on the short-term dynamics of currencies, they often miss the bigger picture of the economy. This is particularly true for those looking to invest in emerging markets. The more you know about the fundamentals driving the currency value of your portfolio, the more likely you will be able to ride out the ups and downs of the stock market without too much trouble. While many people can take advantage of rising oil prices or even look forward to cheaper goods in the future, there are also those who believe the price of gas, electricity, and food will rise significantly. These investors are willing to invest in the future based on their expectations. As such, it’s important you consider the potential effects these fundamentals could have on your portfolio, especially if you’re looking to invest in emerging markets. Take some time to think about your personal finances, your investment goals, and where your portfolio might be heading over the next couple of years. Then, you’re ready to begin figuring out which currencies and investment opportunities might work well for your portfolio. 

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 Currency is one of the most volatile assets available to investors. What do I mean by this? Well, let me explain. A currency is just an object used in international trade and commerce. They are traded between different countries by their governments and national banks, and their value changes based on a variety of factors such as interest rates, foreign exchange rates, population growth, inflation rates, etc. When a currency appreciates or depreciates, this is due to factors such as a strong country or a weak one. However, because of the sheer number of countries with many currencies floating around, there is a lot of volatility in the market.

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 Forex trading can be very rewarding. Leverage is a term used to describe an investor’s ability to increase their investments in order to gain more profit. There are two types of leverage: margin and synthetic leverage. Margin refers to the use of borrowed funds to buy and sell securities. Synthetic leverages are simply the creation of artificial leverage by using certain strategies such as day trading or hedging. When doing FX trading, you’ll often find yourself in situations where you’re forced to use the dollar as an instrument. This is referred to as dollar-driven leverage, and it can be very difficult to manage. Just how much can an individual use? Traders often use a large amount of margin in order to take advantage of rising currency values. If you’re looking to use this type of leverage, it’s best to seek advice from a professional Forex trader. In some cases, you may need to borrow money in order to do your own trades. You can do this by having a broker handle all your transactions for you. 

Keep your eye on currency movements

 One of the more popular ways for people to profit from the current financial climate is through currency trading. Many people believe that they must wait until the market is absolutely bearish before they can start making money. The truth is that there are plenty of opportunities for traders right now. Unfortunately, some people believe that currency trading is only for serious investors. That’s not true at all.

In conclusion, there are lots of reasons why you should consider investing in Forex currency trading. If you’re looking for a quick way to get started with the world of currency trading, then I highly recommend trying out some demo accounts. As mentioned above, you may find yourself in situations where you’re forced to use the dollar as an instrument. But don’t worry; it’s easy to get through these types of scenarios and still find success in trading. Good luck!  

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Jammu and Kashmir: 1 terrorist killed in Budgam encounter



Terrorist Killed

In the ongoing encounter in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, one terrorist was killed on Wednesday.

“The encounter broke out in Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday between terrorists and security forces,” police said.

Taking to Twitter Kashmir Zone Police said, “Encounter has started at Waterhail area of Budgam. Police and security forces are on the job. Further details shall follow.”

Earlier today, terrorists of proscribed terror outfit The Resistance Front (TRF)/Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) were trapped by security forces. They were trapped in the ongoing encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police trapped Lateef Rather who killed several civilians including Rahul Bhat and Amreen Bhat.

“3 terrorists of terror outfit LeT (TRF) including terrorist Lateef Rather trapped in the ongoing encounter. Terrorists Lateef is involved in several #civilian #killings including Rahul Bhat and Amreen Bhat,” Kashmir Zone Police said.

Earlier on 12 May, Chadoora Tehsil Office employee Rahul Bhat was shot dead by terrorists in his office. While Amreen Bhat Kashmiri TV actress was killed in Budgam’s Chadoora on May 26.

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Prophet row: SC extends protection, transfers all FIRs against Nupur Sharma to Delhi Police



Nupur sharma

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court combined and forwarded all FIRs filed to the Delhi Police against BJP spokeswoman Nupur Sharma, who has been suspended. The apex court also granted Sharma temporary protection while the Prophet’s comment controversy is being investigated.

The court also gave the suspended BJP leader permission to file a petition with the Delhi High Court to have FIRs filed in other states over her remarks dismissed. After allegedly uttering some offensive remarks about the Prophet Mohammad during a debate on a TV channel, Sharma has become embroiled in a significant scandal.

Protests quickly ensued, both inside and outside the nation, and several Muslim countries officially registered their objections with the relevant Indian embassy. The BJP then suspended Sharma and expressed distain for her comments. A statement was also made in this regard by the ministry of external affairs.

Large-scale upheavals were also caused in various regions of the nation. Also murdered by radical Muslim groups in Rajasthan and Maharashtra were two people who sent messages of support for Sharma on social media.

Sharma had received harsh criticism from the apex court for her remarks made on May 26 during a TV discussion debate, but it later granted her protection in the case.

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Nitish Kumar calls Lalu Yadav before oath ceremony; RJD supremo congratulates him



Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav

Ahead of Nitish Kumar’s oath-taking ceremony RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav called him and discussed the political developments. Prasad congratulated him as well.

RJD supremo hailed Kumar’s decision to split from the NDA and reunite with the Mahagathbandhan.

“Nitish Kumar called Lalu Prasad Yadav amid political developments in Bihar, discussed several issues, Lalu Yadav congratulated him and his decision to break away from the BJP and join the Grand Alliance,” a family member said.

Earlier in the day Nitish Kumar was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the eighth time. The oath ceremony was held at the Patna Raj Bhavan on Wednesday.

After a huge political turmoil in the state, Kumar broke the alliance of BJP-JDU on Tuesday. Later Kumar announced to form of a new “Grand Alliance”.

The swearing-in ceremony was attended by RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav, his wife Rajshri, former CM Rabri Devi, and RJP leader Tej Pratap Yadav.

“Seven parties including 164 MLAs along with independent MLA in our Mahagathbandhan,” Nitish Kumar said at a joint presser with RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav.

Meanwhile, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav also took oath as the Deputy Chief Minister of the state.

However, on Tuesday Nitish Kumar submitted his letter of resignation as chief minister to Governor Phagu Chauhan at Raj Bhavan.

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Tejaswi all set to combat unemployment, promises bumper jobs in a month



Tejaswi yadav

Tejashwi Yadav, the new deputy chief minister of Bihar, said the nation must follow the example set by his state. After Nitish Kumar severed ties with the BJP, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader took the oath for the top two positions in the state alongside him. He promised that within a month, hundreds of jobs would be available for the underprivileged and young people.

Yadav claimed that his battle had been with unemployment and that the job offers would be grand in a previously unheard-of way.

“Bihar took the necessary action for the nation. We have led the way for them. We have been fighting against unemployment. Our CM understood how the underprivileged and young felt. Within a month, we’ll offer kids and the poor bumper jobs.” The newly appointed deputy chief minister predicted that it would be an enormous event that had never occurred before.

He claimed that the Mahagathbandhan, or grand alliance, is so powerful that the BJP would be the only party left standing as the opposition in the Assembly.

He further added, “A difficult decision taken by CM Nitish Kumar is a decision which was needed (to be taken). Communal tensions were being spread by BJP, they were trying to kill regional parties.”

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Omicron’s new sub-variant detected in Delhi




A new sub-variant of COVID’s Omicron variant was detected in New Delhi on Wednesday. The variant is more transmissible.

The new sub-variant has been identified as BA-2.75. This sub-variant was detected in a study report of 90 samples sent for genome sequencing.

Meanwhile, Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director of LNJP Hospital said that the new variant has more transmissibility. These can infect even those with antibodies.

“Omicron’s subvariant BA-2.75 has been found in the report. It has more transmission rate. This has emerged in the study report of 90 samples sent for genome sequencing. This new sub-variant also attacks people already having antibodies and also those who have taken the COVID vaccines in their body,” Dr. Suresh Kumar said.

However further details into the matter are awaited.

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