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BJP President demonizes English:"We have started forgetting our religion and culture these days

NEW DELHI: BJP chief Rajnath Singh has stirred up a huge controversy with his comment that English has caused a great loss to India by eroding its cultural values and stymieing the growth of Sanskrit in the country. The comment was greeted with derision by intellectuals and political leaders on Friday.
A television report showed Singh as saying: "We have started forgetting our religion and culture these days. There are only 14,000 people left in this country speaking in Sanskrit. Knowledge acquired out of English is not harmful but the Anglicization penetrated into the youth is dangerous.

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BJP's protest, ex-SC judge Joseph for National Human Rights commission(NHRC)

The candidature of former Supreme Court judge Cyriac Joseph for the post of Member, National Human Rights Commission, was questioned by BJP's over his "integrity and competence".The post is reserved for a former SC judge and is vacant since Justice G P Mathur completed his term in January.

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BJP Magazine Publishes Article Depicting Nuns in Poor Light , IGCIC sai Maha Sangh Demands Legal Action ,

Bhopal: 9/04/2013/ The latest issue of the Baratiya Janata Party run fort-nightly magazine “CHARAIVETI” carried an article titled “the life of nuns in the hell of the Church” written by a Delhi based writer R L Francis. The issue has become centre of controversy in Madhya Pradesh.

Karnataka BJP chief K S Eshwarappa wants schools 'saffronised'

TNN | Jun 18, 2012, 04.24AM IST

Karnataka BJP president K S Eshwarappa on Sunday stirred up a hornet’s nest, advising education minister Visvesvara Hegde Kageri to saffronise schools.
BANGALORE: Karnataka BJP president K S Eshwarappa on Sunday stirred up a hornet's nest, advising education minister Visvesvara Hegde Kageri to saffronise schools. Eshwarappa was speaking at a programme involving the education department's greening programme in Shimoga.Appreciating the education minister's efforts for taking up planting of saplings in government schools, Eshwarappa said: "Children's books have a lot of thoughts on religion and culture. It is essential to preserve religion and culture. There is an allegation of saffronization. I advise the education minister to continue saffronisation in Karnataka's 70,000 schools. I wish him good luck in this."

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