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AIHRA Unit Distt.- Deoria celebrated 15th August….

Posted on 16 August 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Tuesday 17 August, 2010.

AIHRA Unit Distt. Deoria has celebrated 64th Independence Day.

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Activity by AIHRA Unit Distt.- Amritsar, PB

Posted on 16 August 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Tuesday 17 August, 2010.

All India Human Rights Association Unit Amritsar celebrate the Independence Day.

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Madani’s arrest:Senior Karnataka officials in Kerala

Posted on 16 August 2010 by admin

AIHRA News,  Monday 16 August, 2010.

Thiruvananthapuram, (PTI) Two senior police officials from Bangalore will hold discussions with the police top brass in Kerala today on the issue of arrest of PDP leader Abdul Nasser Madani in connection with the Bangalore serial blasts case.

Joint Police Commissioner of Bangalore Alok Kumar along with Deputy Commissioner Omkarayya have reached here, fuelling speculation that the arrest of Madani was imminent.

Though the Peoples Democratic Party leader had yesterday said he preferred to surrender before a local court in the coming days, Karnataka Police was keen on executing the arrest warrant against Madani, police said.

A Karnataka team led by Circle Inspector N H Siddappa has been camping in Kollam, the district where Madani’s camp is located, since last Monday.

They had sought the Kerala Police’s help to arrest Madani, who was also an accused in the 1998 Coimbatore serial blasts in which 58 people were killed.

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End violence, we are ready for talks: PM to Kashmiris

Posted on 16 August 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Monday 16 August, 2010.

New Delhi,  (PTI) In a firm message, Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh Sunday asked agitating Kashmiri youth to end violence saying it would not benefit anyone even as he offered to carry forward the dialogue process within the framework of the state being an integral part of India.

Addressing the nation on the 64th Independence Day against the backdrop of recent unrest in Kashmir, he said the Indian democracy has the “generosity and flexibility” to address concerns of any group.

In his 35-minute speech from the ramparts of historic Red Fort, Singh said India is willing to resolve differences with Pakistan through discussions but the dialogue cannot go far if terrorism emanating from there does not end.

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Amin likely to turn approver in Sohrab case, says lawyer

Posted on 26 July 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Tuesday 27 July, 2010.

In a shot in the arm for CBI, former Deputy Superintendent of Police N K Amin, an accused in the Sohrabuddin encounter case, is likely to file an application for becoming an approver, his lawyer said here today.

“We are going to file an application in the CBI court on behalf of Amin to turn him into an approver in the (Sohrabuddin) case,” Amin’s lawyer Jadgish Ramani said after coming out of the CBI office in Gandhinagar.

The application is likely to be filed later in the day at the CBI court here, he said.

Amin, who is in jail, was assistant commissioner of police (ACP) city crime branch before being arrested in 2007 based on the statement of a witness involved in the operation of abducting Sohrabuddin and his wife Kausar bi.

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DUKHDAI HOTA HAI DUSTJANO KA SANG

Posted on 24 July 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Sunday 25 July, 2010.

DUKHDAI HOTA HAI DUSTJANO KA SANG

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CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE – A MATTER OF CONCERN

Posted on 07 May 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Saturday 08 May, 2010.
New Delhi, Sexual abuse is one of the darker aspects of childhood and it has remained largely unrecorded because the very idea of sexual abuse tends to be unthinkable. The secret has been safe because children have either not told or not been believed, or they have told in a way that has not been comprehended”. Harper
“An eight-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by two men in North Delhi. She was allegedly kidnaped by the assailants from outside the newly-opened Congress office in Shastri Park area.” …..goes the front page story. On the other hand, – “A young starving girl of eleven, was found in the slum area of Gautampuri by the volunteers of ARPANA TRUST (a non-governmental organization established in India 1965 by Revered Ma). When the volunteers approached and convinced her that she was safe in their hands, she gathered courage and broke here silence. She revealed that her own unemployed drunkard father, had been torturing her physically and sexually since three months, whereas her step-mother had been maltreating her at the same time and they are very poor. Hence, she had left home out of great fear and distress. “These are only two of the many cases of child sexual abuse that take place in almost all races, cultures and strata of society, quite often.
It is a matter of agony that children with sexual abuse cannot be easily detected. Child sexual abuse is either under reported or not reported because of its delicacy and stigma. Talking about sex or sexual abuse is considered as “bad” in majority of the communities in India. Since 80 per cent of the child sexual abuse take place in the family context, the family members prevent the child announcing the name of the abuser. The abusers are usually known persons to the child a family friend, close relative, neighbor, cousion, brother-in-law, stepfather and even father. As per Family Planning Association of India, at least 2 out of 4 girls and 1 out of 6 boys are victims of child sexual abuse.
Child abuse, as pronounced is defined as maltreatment of children. It may be physical abuse in terms of beating, kicking, branding and other kinds of corporal punishments, or it may be emotional abuse in terms of hurting one’s feelings by scolding, humiliating, emotional black mailing etc, taking advantage of tender age and feelings of child or it may be sexual abuse which varies from mild forms of sexual abuse (like looking sexually at them using words to arouse them sexually, pornography etc.) to founding, kissing, molestation and serious like rape.
“Children are our future” – a commonly uttered verse. But, how far is this saying truly realized? – is the very question which we need to ask ourselves. Children even today are not treated as individual human beings, rather they are used as objects of pleasure, pain, frustration, fame, reputation, jealousy, wealth, ego, anger, envy, image, so on and so forth.
Though everyday, thousands of children are sexually abused in India and the incidents are kept secret and buried into the conscious and subconscious negation of this reality, recent survey has brought out the ugly faces of child abuse in India. According to VHAI (Voluntary  Health Association of India, Delhi), “a sexually abused child suffers four times-at the time of the offence, while narrating the incident, during medical examination and finally when the child faces the courts.” Statistics say that since sex, as a subject is a taboo, and commonly held notions of so-called ‘izzat’ are very strongly ingrained, girls and boys who are being sexually victimized, feel inhibited and find it difficult to talk about the problems encountered by them.
Hence, it is a matter of serious concern that children are given necessary protection and support in order to have a bright future. This can only happen it, noble thoughts on child raising and upbringing with the sense of responsibility are ingrained in the parents, teachers, elders, etc through proper education, beyond literature given in black and white. The only effective and time giving factor or medium by which the education on child raising can be imparted to the people is the MEDIA.
But, it is seen in films and serials that Violence fighting and sexual abuse of serious nature are depicted and telecast in a glorified fashion, which should be prevented. Rather, the media can and should take steps or initiative in educating the public by depicting instances about the need to protect and care for children before and after they fall prey to sexual abuse of any kind. To prevent child sexual abuse, all concerned prisons including parents, teachers, relatives and friends should unite together in every possible way to fight out this “social evil” and help the children grow mentally, physically, socially and spiritually healthy for a better and bright future ahead. So, let us begin this task of helping children grow rightfully, from our own home and reach out to the outside environment with open arms and positive attitude, because – OUR FUTURE LIES IN THE PRESENT OF OUR CHILDREN.

Sexual abuse is one of the darker aspects of childhood and it has remained largely unrecorded because the very idea of sexual abuse tends to be unthinkable. The secret has been safe because children have either not told or not been believed, or they have told in a way that has not been comprehended”. Harper “An eight-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by two men in North Delhi. She was allegedly kidnaped by the assailants from outside the newly-opened Congress office in Shastri Park area.” …..goes the front page story. On the other hand, – “A young starving girl of eleven, was found in the slum area of Gautampuri by the volunteers of ARPANA TRUST (a non-governmental organization established in India 1965 by Revered Ma). When the volunteers approached and convinced her that she was safe in their hands, she gathered courage and broke here silence. She revealed that her own unemployed drunkard father, had been torturing her physically and sexually since three months, whereas her step-mother had been maltreating her at the same time and they are very poor. Hence, she had left home out of great fear and distress. “These are only two of the many cases of child sexual abuse that take place in almost all races, cultures and strata of society, quite often.  It is a matter of agony that children with sexual abuse cannot be easily detected. Child sexual abuse is either under reported or not reported because of its delicacy and stigma. Talking about sex or sexual abuse is considered as “bad” in majority of the communities in India. Since 80 per cent of the child sexual abuse take place in the family context, the family members prevent the child announcing the name of the abuser. The abusers are usually known persons to the child a family friend, close relative, neighbor, cousion, brother-in-law, stepfather and even father. As per Family Planning Association of India, at least 2 out of 4 girls and 1 out of 6 boys are victims of child sexual abuse.  Child abuse, as pronounced is defined as maltreatment of children. It may be physical abuse in terms of beating, kicking, branding and other kinds of corporal punishments, or it may be emotional abuse in terms of hurting one’s feelings by scolding, humiliating, emotional black mailing etc, taking advantage of tender age and feelings of child or it may be sexual abuse which varies from mild forms of sexual abuse (like looking sexually at them using words to arouse them sexually, pornography etc.) to founding, kissing, molestation and serious like rape.  “Children are our future” – a commonly uttered verse. But, how far is this saying truly realized? – is the very question which we need to ask ourselves. Children even today are not treated as individual human beings, rather they are used as objects of pleasure, pain, frustration, fame, reputation, jealousy, wealth, ego, anger, envy, image, so on and so forth.  Though everyday, thousands of children are sexually abused in India and the incidents are kept secret and buried into the conscious and subconscious negation of this reality, recent survey has brought out the ugly faces of child abuse in India. According to VHAI (Voluntary  Health Association of India, Delhi), “a sexually abused child suffers four times-at the time of the offence, while narrating the incident, during medical examination and finally when the child faces the courts.” Statistics say that since sex, as a subject is a taboo, and commonly held notions of so-called ‘izzat’ are very strongly ingrained, girls and boys who are being sexually victimized, feel inhibited and find it difficult to talk about the problems encountered by them.  Hence, it is a matter of serious concern that children are given necessary protection and support in order to have a bright future. This can only happen it, noble thoughts on child raising and upbringing with the sense of responsibility are ingrained in the parents, teachers, elders, etc through proper education, beyond literature given in black and white. The only effective and time giving factor or medium by which the education on child raising can be imparted to the people is the MEDIA. But, it is seen in films and serials that Violence fighting and sexual abuse of serious nature are depicted and telecast in a glorified fashion, which should be prevented. Rather, the media can and should take steps or initiative in educating the public by depicting instances about the need to protect and care for children before and after they fall prey to sexual abuse of any kind. To prevent child sexual abuse, all concerned prisons including parents, teachers, relatives and friends should unite together in every possible way to fight out this “social evil” and help the children grow mentally, physically, socially and spiritually healthy for a better and bright future ahead. So, let us begin this task of helping children grow rightfully, from our own home and reach out to the outside environment with open arms and positive attitude, because – OUR FUTURE LIES IN THE PRESENT OF OUR CHILDREN.

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Key to Success

Posted on 20 April 2010 by admin

AIHRA News, Wednesday 21 April, 2010.

अपने जीवन उदेश्य को जानना और उसे प्राप्त करने के लिए ढृढ आत्मविशवास रखना, यही सफलता की ओर पहला कदम है । यह अदम्य विचार कि मै अवश्य सफल होऊंगा और उस पर पूरा विश्‍वास ही सफलता पाने का मूल मंत्र है । याद रखिए ! विचार संसार की सबसे महान शक्ति है यही कारण है कि सफलता (Success) पाने वाले लोग पूर्ण आत्मविशवास रखते हुए अपने कर्मो को पूरी कुशलता से करते हैं, दुसरो की सफलता (Success) के लिए भी वे सदा प्रयत्‍नशील रहते हैं ।

प्रत्येक विचार, प्रत्येक कर्म का फल अवश्य मिलता है अच्छे का अच्छा और बुरे का बुरा । यही प्रकृती का नियम है । इसमे देर हो सकती है पर अंधेर नही । इस लिए आप सफल होना चाहते हैं तो अच्छे विचार रखिए, सद्कर्म करिए और जरुरतमंदो की नि:स्वार्थ भाव से सहायता तथा सेवा करिए । मार्ग मे आने वाली कठिनाइयों, बाधाओं और दुसरो की कटुआलोचनाओं से अपने मन को अशांन न होने दीजिए।
जब अपनी समस्या न सुलझे

जव कोइ अपनी समस्या को हल न कर सके तो उस के लिए सब से अच्छा तरीका एक ऎसे व्यक्ति की खोज करना है जिसके पास उससे भी अधिक समस्याऎं हो, और तब वह उन्हे हल करने मे उस की सहायता करे। आप की समस्या का हल आप को मिल जाएगा । चौकिए मत, इसे आजमाइए।
बीज और फल अलग अलग नही

विश्‍व प्रसिद्ध विचारक इमर्सन ने ठीक ही कहा है कि – “प्रत्येक कर्म अपने मे एक पुरुस्कार है। यदि कर्म भली प्रकार से किया गया होगा और शुभ होगा, तो निश्‍चय ही उस का फल भी शुभ होगा। इसी प्रकार गलत तरीके से किया गया अशुभ कर्म हानिकारक होगा”। आप इसे पुरातन पंथ नैतिकता कह सकते हैं, जो कि वास्तव मे यह है । लेकिन, साथ साथ ही, यह आधुनिक नैतिकता भी है। यह उस समय भी प्रभावशाली था, जब मनुष्य ने पहिए का अविष्कार किया था और भविष्य मे भी प्रभावशाली रहेगी, जब मनुष्य दुसरे ग्रहो मे निवास करने लगेगा । यह नैतिकता से अधिक प्रकृति का  क्षतिपूर्ति नियम है। जो जैसा करेगा वैसा भरेगा। वैज्ञानिक दृष्टी से कर्म और फल के रुप मे दर्शाया जा सकता है । जैसे बीज बोएंगे वैसे फल पाएगे।

अंधविश्‍वास सफलता (Success) मे सबसे बडी बाधक

मनुष्य जीवन भर इस अज्ञानपूर्ण अंधविश्‍वास से चिंतिंत रहते हैं कि कही उसे कोइ धोखा न दे जाए।  उसे यह ज्ञान नही होता कि मनुष्य को स्वयं उस के सिवाए कोइ दूसरा धोखा नही दे सकता, वास्तव मे, वह अपने ही मोह और भय के कारण धोखे मे फंसता है। हम भूल जाते हैं कि एक परमशक्ति भी है जो सदैव हर व्यक्ति के साथ रहती है। जब कोइ व्यक्ति किसी से कोइ समझोता या अनुबंध करता है, तो यह परमशक्ति अदृश्य और मौनरुप से एक साक्षी की तरह ‍उपस्थित रहती है।
हम इस दुनियां को धोखा दे सकते है पर इस अदृश्य शक्ति को नही। इसलिए जो व्यक्ति दूसरो को धोखा दे कर या उस का शोषण करके जो व्यक्ति सफलता (Success) या धन प्राप्त करना चाहता है उसको अन्त मे भयानक परिणामों को भुगतना पडता है। यही कारण है कि संसार के सभी संतों और महापुरुषो ने नि:स्वार्थ कार्य करने पर बल दिया है।
भय सफलता (Success) का दुशमन
सफलता (Success) के मार्ग मे पडने वाली सबसे बडी बाधा हमारा भय ही है, वही हमारा दुशमन है अत: हमे भयभीत नही होना चाहिए। इसको दुर करने के लिए सर्वोत्त्म उपाय यह है कि हम जिस वस्तु, आदमी या परिस्थिति से भयभीत होते है, उसी का बुद्धिमानी पूर्ण साहस से सामना करें। भय के कारणो पर विचार कर उन्हे दुर करें और जिस सद्कार्य को करने से भय अनुभव होता हो उसे परमात्मा पर अटूट श्रद्धा और आत्मविश्‍वास रखते हुए कर डालें। स्मरण रखिए आप का भय कोई दुसरा दुर नही कर सकता, वह केवल आप को सलाह दे सकता है, उसे दुर तो आप को ही करना होगा ।
जलन से बचिए

ईष्या या जलन से हमारी मानसिक शान्ति भंग होती है जिस के कारण हम अपने कार्यो को पूरी योग्यता से नही कर पाते। इस का परिणाम यह होता है कि कर्म मे न सफलता  (Success) मिलती है और न ही मानसिक आनंद। हमें दुसरो की उन्नति या चमक दमक को देख कर जलना नही चाहिए। ईष्या, द्वेष साधारण भाषा मे जलन कहते हैं। सच मे यह जलन हमारी कार्यकुशलता, मानसिक शान्ति और संतुलन को जला डालती है।  अत: यदि हम अपने जीवन मे सफलता (Success) पाना चाहते हैं, तो जलन से बचना चाहिए ।
वैज्ञानिक-सी सोच

हमारे मस्तिष्क के विचारों में संसार को बदल देने की शक्‍ति है। विचारों की शक्‍ति को एकाग्र करके आप अपने आप जीवन की समस्त बाधाओं और कठिनाईयों को दुर कर वांछित सफलता(Success) प्राप्‍त कर सकते हैं विचारों की शक्‍ति से पहाड को भी हटाया जा सकता है। मनुष्य एक विचारशील प्राणी है, किसी भी कार्य को करने से पहले हमारे मन मे उस को करने का विचार आता है।

यह मानव के विचारों की ही शक्‍ति है, जो आज वह अंतरिक्षयानो के द्धारा ‍ऎसे महान व अतभुत कार्य कर रहा है जिस की पहले कलपना ही की जा सकती थी। ध्यान रहे, एक मूर्ख और वैज्ञानिक विचारो मे भौतिक अंतर होता है, जहां एक मुर्ख के विचार तर्कहीन और बेतुके होते हैं, वही वैज्ञानिक के विचार तर्कसंगत, व्यवस्थित, तथा प्राकृतिक नियमो पर आधारित होता है। जीवन मे सफल होने के लिए एक वैज्ञानिक के तरह विचार करना अवश्यक होता है ।

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Indian People want Saniya Mirza with Faimly Left India:AIHRA

Posted on 05 April 2010 by admin

April 05, 2010, New Delhi.

In the latest googly to Shoaib Malik, an FIR has been lodged against the cricketer by the Siddiqui family in Hyderabad. Now Shoaib may not be able to leave the city with his new bride, until the police says so.

The father of his alleged former wife Ayesha Siddiqui, filed a police complaint against him on Sunday, charging him with attempting to buy the Siddiqui family’s silence, apart from cheating and dowry harassment.

The Pakistani cricketer may now not be allowed to leave India until the matter is settled.

“In his complaint, Ayesha’s father has said that Shoaib offered them one million dollars to end the controversy. Shoaib has also been accused of cheating, dowry harassment, and criminal intimidation,” said the city police Commissioner.

Earlier, Shoaib had claimed that his relationship with Ayesha is a case of mistaken identity. He said he never met the woman he thought Ayesha was. He also denied the validity of any nikahanama, claiming it was he who was cheated. This even as the alleged first wife went on air seeking justice.

“I want justice. Shoaib has been lying since beginning. I have lot of evidences other than nikahanama to prove that I was married to him. Shoiab’s met me lot of times. He changes his statement on his marital status everyday. How can one trust him,” asks Ayesha.

The latest twist in the Shoaib saga will be a spoilsport in the run-up to the Shoaib-Sania wedding planned for April 15 here even as Shoaib maintains Sania will be his first wife.

But with the Siddiqui family not backing down, Shoaib and Sania continue to be controversy’s favourite children for now.

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