Sheela Bhatt

48 year old core member of  PR mafia of Hindutva empire, Wife of Mr. Kanti Bhatt

Holds a degree in  commerce ( B.com ) like many Gujaratis.

Spinning for sangh parivar media empire for more than 27 years.

A Narendra Modi addict,   joined  rediff.com in 2000, currently the Managing Editor of Rediff.com

formerly with INDIA TODAY Gujarat (News Television India Pvt. Ltd)

the founder of the Abhiyaan news weekly (Gujarat)

Favourite hobbies : Fake stories about Maoists, Muslim extremism and Davood Ibrahim’s under world.

Bajrang Dal leaders killed while making bombs in Kanpur

Bajrang Dal Training Camp

Bajrang Dal Training Camp

Kanpur: A powerful explosion killed two Hindutva terrorists in a mixed colony of Kanpur. The powerful explosion destroyed the door and walls of the room where it occurred on Sunday.

Rajiv alias Piyush Mishra (25) and Bhupinder Singh (32) are among the dead, they both are reported to be Bajrang Dal core members. Bhupinder was Bajrang Dal’s city chief 10 years ago and according to Hindi daily Hindustan Piyush was present in RSS’s morning shakha the day of the blast, quoting a Sangh activist Surendra Mishra.

Police found eleven live bombs, and enough material to make nine additional bombs, seven timer devices, and batteries. Ammonium nitrate and potassium nitrate was also recovered from there.

The explosion occurred at a hostel in Kalyanpur area of Kanpur, about 80 km from Lucknow. Piyush Mishra is the son of SS Mishra who own this hostel. Piyush worked in Lucknow but used to come to Kanpur every weekend.

Piyush came home with Bhupinder and asked the residents of the hostel to vacate the rooms on the pretext of checking the electric wiring. As soon as the occupants left the hostel, a massive blast took place, AK Singh told IANS.

“The recovery of timer device and prohibited explosive raw material indicates a major terror plot and police teams have begun a probe,” S.N. Singh, inspector general (Kanpur zone), told IANS on phone.

Bhupinder used to run a photo studio in the Sarvoday Nagar locality of Kanpur and his shop was close to the city’s popular J.K. temple, police said.

“Many people visit this temple on Janmashtami and as his shop was close by, we suspect the explosives were meant to spread terror during Sunday’s celebrations,” a police official said.

27 August 2008

Bharti Jain

Bharti Jain, former ABVP activist turned Journalist.  Engaged in publishing fake news and articles against minorities, dalits.  Working with the  core media group of Hindutva ideology.  Articles and News created by Bharti Jain instantly republished among another Hindutva websites.

Working for Economic Times, New Delhi.

http://pib.nic.in/prs/AccJournPC.pdf

Search for Bharti Jain’s article at Economic Times

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/search.cms

Frontier India,

Frontier India Strategic and Defence is a publication of Frontier India Technology.

Frontier India  web magazine and Frontier India Technology use same CMS and is believed to be updated by spy masters, Hindutva terrorists,  and weapon agents of Indian origin. The fake patriotism thrives in India were its citizens are allowed to be left in constant hunger for decades.

Key words: Aviation, Military, Commodity, Energy, Transportation, Conflict, Environment, Intelligence, Internal Security.

The contact information seems to be false.

Chacko, Joseph
House 1C, Chappel Road, Bandra W
Mumbai,  400050,

chackojoseph@gmail.com

Mobile :    9833068862

http://frontierindiatech.com/contact

http://frontierindia.net/about

Soumittra S Bose

Soumittra S Bose, TNN

Stationed in Nagpur,  Engaged in victimizing Maoists, Minorities,

Closely related to RSS Head Office in Nagpur,

Vicky Nanjappa

Currently senior assistant editor at rediff.com

Bangalore,

Former ABVP student member of Sangh Parivar’s  Rishi valley school ( 1991 — 1998)

From July 2007 with Rediff.com.

Favourite Hobbies : Terror news creation against Maoists, Muslims,

Suresh Nanda

Suresh Nanda, son of former Indian Navy chief Admiral S.M. Nanda, is one of the biggest arms dealers in the country.

Suresh Nanda has also been accused of receiving Rs 4 million ($99,943.82) in kickbacks after a deal to purchase Israeli Barak missiles was signed during the previous Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government.  His son, Sanjeev Nanda is accused of mowing down six people in the capital with his BMW car in 1999.

The $100 million (Rs 3.9 billion) deal had come under the scanner after it was alleged that the then Defence Minister George Fernandes had overruled, at the behest of Suresh Nanda, the opinion of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) that it could develop a system similar to the Barak. In March 2008, the CBI conducted searches at premises belonging to  Suresh Nanda and recovered cash amounting to Rs 3.2 million from his  residence.