Tony Blair (PM) too subservient to US – Carter

 Former United States President Jimmy Carter has criticised the British Government’s “subservient” attitude towards the White House.

Mr Carter told BBC’s Newsnight he believed Tony Blair was a good man, but that he could have used his influence more wisely.

Jihadists behead photographer in Jammu & Kashmir

Abducted photographer beheaded in J&K

SRINAGAR: Police on Thursday recovered the body of a photographer whose head had been chopped off after being abducted by militants in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, triggering anti-Pakistan protest by local residents, official sources said here. The head of Shabir Ahmad Dar was recovered from saffron fields in Chandhara area on Thursday morning, while the body was found from Kruenchh village, about a kilometre away, the sources said. Dar, a resident of Hathiwara village, was abducted on Wednesday night.

Stone pelting by Muslims on Ganesh idol: Many injured

Posted on 13 September, 2006
Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

Similar incidence had taken place in Dharashiv, Dist. Osmanabad, Maharashtra. These incidences show that police, Congress will not help Hindus; we have to unite to protect ourselves. – Editor

Tulzapur, Maharashtra: On Anant Chaturdashi, the last day of Sri Ganesh festival, a procession was taken out for immersion of Sri Ganesh idols by ‘Veer-Shaiva Tarun Mandal’ at Katgaon (Tal. Tulzapur, Maharashtra). While the procession was passing by a mosque, some Muslims pelted stones at the procession causing damage to Sri Ganesh idol and injuries to many people participating in the procession.