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Desperate prisoner's family ends up with Vastu Shastra PDF Print E-mail
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BHIKHIWIND(Amritsar): Can Vastu Shastra help bring back Sarabjit Singh from Pakistan’s Kot Lakhpat jail? At least Andhra Pardesh based renowned Vastu consultant Sri Gouru  Tirupai Reddy thinks so. Reddy visited Sarabjit’s house at Bhikhiwind on Saturday suggested the corrective measures and implements them even if the whole house has to be reconstructed under the guidelines of Vastu Shastra.

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Andhra Pradesh CM dead in chopper crash, astrologers blame "muhurtham" PDF Print E-mail
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Y S Rajashekhara ReddyNEW DELHI: Prime Ministers Office declared on Thursday that Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy died in an air crash. The helicopter carrying YSR Reddy, two of his staff and two pilots went missing in pouring rain Wednesday morning over the Naxal and tiger-infested Nalamalla forests. Five bodies were been found at the site where Andhra Pradesh chief minister YSR Reddy chopper’s wreckage has been traced.

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Superstitions of Indian ruling class PDF Print E-mail
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Superstitions of Indian classBusiness tycoon Anil Ambani is rumoured to consult an astrologer before any major decision. Bharti Airtel chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal has a fixation on the Number 23. And liquor baron Vijay Mallaya doesn’t ever forget a trip to Tirupati with his new jets. Forget competitive rivalry, these billionaire business magnates have at least one side common to them - a superstitious streak. And that’s something that they share with a large majority of Indians as well. And it’s not just business tycoons, Bollywood’s fixation with ‘K’ is only well known – with soap queen Ekta Kapoor and mush director Karan Johar endorsing it. India’s iconic superstar Amitabh Bachchan allegedly made his daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai perform a host of rituals because she was a manglik, a term used to denote the Mars influence.

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Superstition haunts a village PDF Print E-mail
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Residents fearing they angered the village god, swore off meat and alcohol and held vigils after five unexpected deaths at regular intervals. Rationalists in India despair at such beliefs.  Reporting from Amloha Village, India - Some say it was the prayers, others the all-night vigils, still others the three days without meat or alcohol. Whatever it was that foiled the angry god, residents in this village of about 600 breathed a huge sigh of relief Thursday when the day passed without another death.

"We were so scared," said Kuldeep Singh, 32, village head. "Now we feel better."

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Police crack Hindutva plot to build temple at the garbage dump point PDF Print E-mail
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A policeman stands guard after locals tried to build a temple at a spot in the Jiyaguda locality of the Old City.HYDERABAD: Police cracked the mystery behind the sudden appearance of a Hanuman idol in a garbage heap at Jiyaguda and arrested four people, who allegedly placed it there, on Tuesday.  On April 21, GHMC workers who were clearing the garbage from an open land opposite a dargah at Imampura T Junction of Jiyaguda found the idol in a heap. Claiming that the idol surfaced from earth, local people with the assistance of Sangh Parivar activists wanted to build a temple at the same spot. With assistance from archaeology experts, police found that the idol was only 40 to 60 years old and was not buried in the earth as claimed by locals.

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