ओए झल्लेया! हसाडी नाक के नीचे पड़ोस में ये क्या खिचड़ी पक रही है ?पाकिस्तान के सफल रहे क्रिकेटर परंतु असफल प्रधानमंत्री इमरानखान अफगानिस्तान पर काबिज तालिबान के प्रति हमदर्दी जता रहा है और उधर तालिबान सीना ठोक कर इमरान के पाकिस्तान को अपना दूसरा घर बता रहा है
ओये ये दोनों तो आपस मे मिल गए अब हसाडे कश्मीर का क्या होगा ???
भापा जी!हसाडा कश्मीर तो डोभाल जी ,राजनाथ जी और नरेंद्रमोदी जी के सुरक्षित हाथों में है लेकिन अब अफगानिस्तान के पश्चात पाकिस्तान को तालिबान के घर बनने से ख़ुदा ही बचा सकता है।
(New Delhi)Fellowships for Books on Post-Independence India
The New India Foundation fellowships are awarded biennially to Indian citizens for a period of one year and carry a stipend of Rs 1.5 lakh a month in addition to editorial and publishing support.
In a statement, the foundation has announced August 31 as the deadline for applications for the tenth edition of its fellowship programme. The selected fellows will join a community of 21 published authors.
The proposals for the fellowship need to be oriented towards publication and outline a road map towards that destination, it said.
Spearheaded by Ramachandra Guha, Nandan Nilekani, Srinath Raghavan, Manish Sabharwal and Niraja Gopal Jayal, the foundation strives to foster interest in documenting the dynamic and rich landscape of post-Independence India and to encourage high-quality research.
Some of the works of non-fiction supported by the foundation and published in recent years include Rahul Pandita’s “Our Moon Has Blood Clots”, Akshaya Mukul’s “Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India”, Amrita Shah’s “Ahmedabad: A City in the World”, and Saba Dewan’s “Tawaifnama” to name a few.
According to founding trustee Guha, the foundation has published “more than 20 outstanding works of history and non-fiction, many by younger writers that have won a sheaf of prestigious awards”.
“Our ongoing fellowship programme aims to catalyse and produce many more such books that will illuminate in different ways the history and politics of India since Independence,” he said.
Based in Bengaluru, the New India Foundation encourages breakthrough research on contemporary Indian history by awarding fellowships to gifted, energetic, scholars and writers.
(New Delhi) Terorists Attacked Gurdwara Sahib in Afghanistan,India Condemns
Heavily armed gunmen and suicide bombers stormed a Sikh gurdwara in the heart of Kabul on Wednesday, killing at least 11 worshippers and wounding as many, in one of the deadliest attacks on the minority community in the country.
India on Wednesday strongly condemned the terror attack on a gurdwara in Afghanistan’s Kabul, saying targeting of a religious place in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak reflects the “diabolical mindset” of the perpetrators and their backers.
As per The External Affairs Ministry India conveyed its sincerest condolences to the immediate family members of the deceased and wished speedy recovery to the injured.
“India stands ready to extend all possible assistance to the affected families of the Hindu and Sikh community of Afghanistan,”
“Such cowardly attacks on the places of religious worship of the minority community, especially at this time of COVID-19 pandemic, is reflective of the diabolical mindset of the perpetrators and their backers,”