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News @ 2PM: കേരളത്തില്‍ പരക്കെ ATM കവര്‍ച്ചാ ശ്രമം | 12th October 2018

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KK Bose (1 month ago)
In a democratic system like ours (India), if a public interest petition is filed, who filed is not an issue, and once the competent court finds that there is merit in the case, the court as the guardian of the Constitution is bound to entertain and dispose off the petition. The petitioner may not be an affected party, but if the petitioner strongly believes that the matter involved will violate the fundamental rights of the citizens or any of the citizens, then the judiciary is bound. Otherwise what can happen is that the matter itself may destroy the very basic fabric of the democracy in which the petitioner is also a constituent. Fundamental rights are the rights guaranteed to the citizens or to say every individual citizen, not to a group or crowd. Democracy is not Kingdom at which an affected person may reach the king and get remedial measures. About Sabarimala and several other matters similar to Sabarimala, there are several inequalities still existing as existed in the slavery periods or to say during the kingdoms. If all the kings were like Harischanda or Karna, there was no need for any change in the system. We must evolve and the judiciary is our only abode and hope. Please maintain and respect its sacred character. Best regards, BrahmaSri Adv. KK Bose, Brahmalokam.
KK Bose (1 month ago)
I admit, Lord Ayyappa is a naishtika brahmachari. Means that Lord Ayyappa follows brahmacharyam by nishta, thoughts and actions. So, how can we interpret that the Lord hates menstruating women of the age group of 10 to 50? Are you comparing my Lord God Ayyappa to Viswamithra maharishi who lost his thapas, brahmacharyam, at the sight of Menaka? Do not forget, Viswamithra did not cross the limit prescribed for human beings, did not merge with paramatha, Brahma, as that is the only abode one has attained moksham. Lord God Ayyappa had reached that abode and hence we worship Him as God, not just as a murthy.
KK Bose (1 month ago)
Gp Capt MS Deshpande (REtd), asked me the following question by email: Q: As a lawyer you would be aware as to why this discriminatory law exists that only Hindu temples are under Govt Scrutiny and not Churches or Mosques. My reply: Prior to independence, all or most of the Hindu temples in India were built by the Hindu Kings and they owned and managed the temples. Whereas the churches and mosques were owned by their respective religions having religious heads and codes of conducts. Once we got independence, all kingdoms were annexed and the temples and its properties owned by the kings were transferred to the people of India through the Constitution as there were no single owner who could claim its rights. If all those temples were not transferred to the people represented by the government mandated by the Constitution, what would have been the position of the temples and who would have managed and administered it especially looking at the division among the Hindus then and now? At the same time, the churches and mosques could not be transferred to the people of India as there were legitimate claimants who owned them and managed them. That is the reason even today most of our temples are managed and administered and funded by Central/ State governments. Most of our people do not know these facts.
Mani 48 (1 month ago)
Thulasi is real villain even outside screen
Mani 48 (1 month ago)
Perhaps the ayyapa's agitatators are in need money .money

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