June 2, 2012
Anand hai! Vishwa Nath ban gaya ek bhaaratiya!!
Tamilnadu-born Vishwanathan Anand, Bharat’s youngest and first Grandmaster, is today a multiple Chess Oscar winner; he won the World Chess Championship for the fifth time beating Boris Gelfand of Israel. His demeanor in itself is a tribute to Bharat as much as his world titles are. Sataranj (Chaturang) is a mind game given to the world by Ancient Bharat. This mind-game should be encouraged at village level also.
Gearing up for Nationalist foray into Journalism
Professionals from the print and electronic media of Tamilnadu took classes at the five day Journalism crash course conducted by nationalist tamil weekly Vijayabharatham in May end. Nearly 50 persons drawn from several districts of Tamilnadu were benefitted by the course. Notable among the professionals: Sri A M Rajagopalan, Editor-Kumudham Jothidam, Swamy Vmurthaananda, Editor-Ramakrishna Vijayam, Sri Maalan, Editor-Puthiya Thalaimurai, Sri Bhagawan Singh, Editor-Deccan Chronicle, columnist Sri s.Gurumurthy etc. Professionals from Jaya TV, NDTV, AIR etc. too guided the aspiring journalists. A team of Karyakarthas comprising Vijayabharatham Editor Sri Veerabaaghu, Sri Nambi Naarayanan of SJM, Sri Mahadevan and others managed the course.
Ancient Rock-edit upholding Hindu Honour
A recently unearthed Rock-edict at a 500 years old shiva temple which dates back to the period of Krishnadevaraya
of Vijayanagar empire (1509-1530) at Kadambur village,
Maraimalarnagar, Chennai, Tamilnadu. reads as, “It says those who perpetrate Ahitam (Harm) to Hindu Dharma will be deemed as having incurred the sin of butchering a Holy
Cow on the banks of River Ganga. It is such a sin that will befall on them”.