Today Indian's are suffering due to corruption. Baba Ramadev & Anna Hazare has become the voice of 121 crores Indian's. Now whole India is marching behind them and they have become like a ray of hope in this nation clouded by the corruption of our politician's.
Baba Ramdev ji & Anna Hazare has made all Yadav's proud by their sacrifice. Both have been born in a Yadav family.
Anna Hazare real Name is Kisan Bapat Baburao Hazare was born in a Hindu Maratha (Kuruba Dhangar Caste which are Yadavs, found now in Maharastra-Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhangar) Yadav caste of Maharastra on 15th June 1937 (some say 1940) is an Indian social activist who is especially recognized for his contribution to the development of Ralegan Siddhi, a village in Parner taluka of Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra, India and his efforts for establishing it as a model village, for which he was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in 1992. His father's name is Baburao Hazare & mother's name is Laxmibai Hazare.
Anna Hazare in Indian Army: Anna Hazare started his career as a driver in the Indian Army. He spent his spare time reading the books of Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Acharya Vinoba Bhave that inspired him to become a social worker and activist. During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, he was the only survivor in a border exchange of fire, while driving a truck. During the mid-1970s he was again involved in a road accident while driving. In 1978, he took voluntary retirement from the 9th Maratha Battalion and returned home to Ralegaon Siddhi, a village in Maharashtra's drought-prone Ahmadnagar.
Anna Hazare and Lokpal Bill: On 5 April 2011, Hazare started a 'fast unto death' to exert pressure on the Government of India to enact a strong anti-corruption act as envisaged in the Jan Lokpal Bill, a law that will establish a Lokpal (ombudsman) that will have the power to deal with corruption in public offices. The fast led to nation wide protests in support of Hazare. The fast ended on 9 April 2011. All of his demands of the movement are agreed by the Government of India and Government issued a gazette notification on formation of a joint committee headed by senior minister Pranab Mukherjee to draft an effective Lokpal Bill.
Right to Information movement
In the early 2000s Hazare led a movement in Maharashtra state which forced the state government to pass a stronger Maharashtra Right to Information Act. This Act was later considered as the base document for the Right to Information Act 2005 (RTI), enacted by the Union Government. It also ensured that the President of India assented to this new Act.
Law professor Alasdair Scott Roberts said:
The state of Maharashtra – home to one of the world's largest cities, Mumbai, adopted a Right to Information Act in 2003, prodded by the hunger strike of prominent activist, Anna Hazare. ("All corruption can end only if there is freedom of information," said Hazare, who resumed his strike in February 2004 to push for better enforcement of the Act).
On 20 July 2006 the Union Cabinet amended the Right to Information Act 2005 to exclude the file noting by the government officials from its purview. Hazare began his fast unto death on 9 August 2006 in Alandi against the proposed amendment. He ended his fast on 19 August 2006, after the government agreed to change its earlier decision.
Anna Hazare worshiping Yadav Baba
The Temple of Yadav Baba at Ralegan siddhi where Anna Hazare lives
Anna Hazare is a follower of Sant Yadav baba & he also started an educational trust "Yadav Baba Shikshan Prasaran Mandli " to educate the village children's.
Most of the villager's of Ralegaon Siddhi are also Yadav's with surnames Raut, Jadhav,Hazare, Solaskar, Ghosalkar, Gavli etc.
Swami Ramdev (1965 - ), also known as Baba Ramdev, is an Indian, Hindu swami. He is particularly well-known for his efforts in popularizing Yoga. His yoga camps are attended by a large number of people. People follow his yoga camps through TV channels and video. He is also one of the founders of the Divya Yoga Mandir Trust that aims to popularize Yoga.
Ramdev was born as Ramkishan Yadav in 1965, in Alipur in the Mahendragarh district of Indian state of Haryana. He attended school till the eighth grade in Shahjadpur. He then joined a gurukul in Khanpur village to study Sanskrit and Yoga. Eventually, he renounced worldly life and entered into Sanyas (monastic living) - taking his present name.
He then went to Jind district and joined the Kalva gurukul and offered free Yoga training to villagers across Haryana.
Ramdev spent many years undertaking an study of ancient Indian scriptures. At the same time, he also practiced intense self-discipline and meditation.
In 1995, Ramdev established Divya Yoga Mandir Trust with Acharya Karamveer and Acharya Balkrishna. Acharya Karmaveer is well-versed in Yoga and Veda while Acharya Balkrishna is a physician with a degree in Ayurveda.
He has also founded the Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust, an institution for treatment and research in Yoga and Ayurveda, in Haridwar. The trust provides several free services to all visitors.
Ramdev has taught several aspects of traditional Indian scriptures such as Ashtadhyayee, Mahabhashya and Upanishads along with six systems of Indian Philosophy in various Gurukuls. He has helped establish Gurukuls in Kishangarh, Ghashera, and Mahendragarh in India.
His educational show is broadcast on the religious TV channel Aastha, as well as shows on Zee network, Sahara One and India TV.
He has been regularly conducting yoga camps all over India and even abroad.
Awards and recognitions
* In January 2007, KIIT University awarded Swami Ramdev with an Honorary Doctorate degree in recognition of his efforts at popularizing the Vedic science of Yoga. The degree was presented to him in a ceremony presided over by the respected scientist and Nobel laureate Richard Ernst.
Claims of curing AIDS
In December 2006, press reports claimed that Ramdev had made claims of being able to use Yoga to cure AIDS.
A website promoting his products states that the CD4 cell count in some AIDS patients has improved after practising Yoga. This statement was translated by certain journalists as claiming a cure for AIDS.
As a consequence of these press reports he was sent a cease and desist order by the Indian Union Health Ministry and threatened legal action from medical NGOs. Ramdev responded by saying that he had been misquoted. His position was that Yoga and Ayurveda together can alleviate the suffering from AIDS, not cure it. He also added that Yogic education was preferable over sex education in response to the AIDS crisis.
Claims of curing Cancer
Other press reports quoted him as claiming to have a cure for cancer of the breast, liver, prostate, uterus, pituitary gland, brain tumors and leukemia by practicing the seven breathing exercises. They also said that he claimed to have documented proof of his successes.
Swami Ramdev was born in 1965 as Ramkishan Yadav in Alipur, Mahendragarh district of Indian state of Haryana. He attended school through the 8th grade in Shahjadpur. Thereafter, he joined a yogic monastery (gurukul) in Khanpur village to study Sanskrit and Yoga. Eventually, he renounced worldly life and entered into Sanyas (monastic living) - taking the name Swami Ramdev.
Then he went to Jind district and joined the Kalva gurukul and later imparted free Yoga training to villagers across Haryana. It is said that he travelled the Himalayas for several years before he settled in Haridwar. He discovered several medicinal plants in the Himalayas which he uses in treating his patients. Swami Ramdev started relentless efforts to popularise Yoga in 1995 with the establishment of DYM Trust, along with Acharya Karamveer and Acharya Balkrishna.
In 1995, Baba Ramdev joined the order of swamis after being initiated into the ascetic order by Swami Shankerdevji Maharaj. While training to be a Swami, Baba Ramdev spent many years undertaking an intense and thorough study of ancient Indian scriptures. At the same time, he also practiced intense self-discipline and meditation.
He teaches that God resides in every human being and that the body is God's temple. He is a firm believer in the concept of Vasudaiv Kutambakam (the whole World is one family) and decries practices that discriminate on the basis of caste, creed or gender. His fundamental belief is that expressions of love, affection and compassion towards all living things are the true worship of the Creator.
Swami Ramdev has taught several aspects of traditional Indian scriptures such as Ashtadhyayee, Mahabhashya and Upanishads along with six systems of Indian Philosophy in various Gurukuls (traditional Indian systems of education). He has helped establish Gurukuls in Kishangarh, Ghashera, and Mahendragarh in India. He has also founded the PYP Trust which has built several institutions. In addition to helping people learn about Yoga and spirituality, these institutions also provide a comprehensive facility that promotes the practice of Ayurveda - the traditional system of holistic medicine developed in India.
He teaches Pranayama which is a series of techniques for breath control that were developed as a part of the ancient Indian system of Yoga. Heretofore, these techniques were often thought of as being esoteric and complex and portrayed as being unsuitable for lay people. Consequently, their use was often limited to advanced practitioners of Yoga and undertaken only under the strict supervision of an experienced teacher. Swamiji has worked diligently to break these barriers and help make the practice of Pranayama achievable by the ordinary layperson.
He has devised a set of six simple Pranayama breathing exercises as listed in the section below. These techniques have been readily embraced by the general public as evidenced by the following facts:
His educational show is broadcast on Indian TV channels from morning 6-8 am and evening 8-9 pm (IST) & also several times a day on different TV channels and he also has dedicated shows such as Total Tandurusti airing ona network, a show on another one at 9:00 am, Yoga Science on still another at 7:30 am & 1:30 pm. Total viewership is in millions. According to the synopsis that is available to Sky Digital viewers, Swami Ramdev "claims that he was a paralytic" prior to taking up yoga, but this claim has yet to be completely verified.
He has been conducting week long training camps in cities all over India. Total attendance in these camps exceeds tens of thousands. In 2006 Summer, the Swami spent almost a month in London teaching Pranayam & yoga.
Viewers of the TV show and attendees at the camp have reported significant improvements in their health - citing relief from many illnesses such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, Arthritis, Thyroid Problems, Hypertension, Stomach ailments and different types of cancer without the use of any medicines. But it should also be noted that most of these 'patients' speak on television for the first time and are over awed by the situation. Like most human beings in such situations, which may explain the miracles he is believed to perform.
More about Swami Ramdev
Ramdev was born as 'Ramkishan Yadav' in Alipur, in the Mahendragarh district of Indian state of Haryana. He attended school through the eighth grade in Shahjadpur. Thereafter, he joined a yogic monastery (gurukul) in Khanpur village to study Sanskrit and Yoga. Eventually, he renounced worldly life and entered into Sanyas (monastic living) - taking the name Swami Ramdev.
Then he went to Jind district and joined the Kalva gurukul and offered free Yoga training to villagers across Haryana. It is said that he travelled the Himalayas for several years before he settled in Haridwar. He claims to have discovered several medicinal plants in the Himalayas which he uses in treating his patients. Ramdev started relentless efforts to popularise Yoga in 1995 with the establishment of D Y M Trust along with Acharya Karamveer.
In 1995, Ramdev joined the order of Swamis after being initiated into the ascetic order by Swami Shankerdevji Maharaj. While training to be a Swami, Ramdev spent many years undertaking an intense and thorough study of ancient Indian scriptures. At the same time, he also practiced intense self-discipline and meditation.
He teaches that God resides in every human being and that the body is God's temple. He is a firm believer in the concept of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (the whole World is one family) and decries practices that discriminate on the basis of caste, creed or gender. His fundamental belief is that expressions of love, affection and compassion towards all living things are the true worship of the Creator.
Work, Teaching and Honours
Swami Ramdev has taught several aspects of traditional Indian scriptures such as Ashtadhyayee, Mahabhashya and Upanishads along with six systems of Indian Philosophy in various Gurukuls (traditional Indian systems of education). He has helped establish Gurukuls in Kishangarh,Gharshera and Mahendragarh in India. He has also founded P Y P Trust, which has built several institutions. In addition to helping people learn about Yoga and spirituality, these institutions also provide a comprehensive facility that promotes the practice of Ayurveda -the traditional system of holistic medicine developed in India.
His Yoga Pranayama educational show is broadcast on numerous TV channels daily.
He has been conducting Yog science camp regularly all over the country, and sometimes abroad as well. In 2006, the Ramdev spent almost a month in London teaching Pranayam and Yoga.
KITT University, a well-respected teaching and research institute for Science and Technology, awarded Swami Ramdev with an Honorary Doctorate degree in recognition of his efforts at popularising the Vedic science of Yoga. The degree was presented to him in January 2007 during a ceremony presided over by the respected scientist and Nobel laureate Richard Ernst.
Hansaraj Gangaram Ahir
(MP who exposed Coalgate)
BJP MP Hansraj Gangaram Ahir from Maharastra, who had been at the forefront of a campaign against indiscriminate allocation of coal blocks, has demanded immediate cancellation of all allocations. "Only 0.1% of the coal has been extracted, so we can recover the revenue almost fully, unlike in 2G case," Ahir said.
Ahir has been writing to various authorities highlighting the irregularities in allocation of coal blocks to various entities, including 189 private companies. It was on Ahir's complaint that the CVC asked the CBI to investigate the allocation.
Narendra Kumar, IPS (Madhya Pradesh)
The 30-year-old IPS officer Narendra Kumar Yadav was allegedly mowed down by a tractor-trolley on Thursday in Morena when he tried to stop the vehicle carrying illegally mined stone.
Madhya Pradesh Director General of Police Nandan Dube had denied the involvement of the stone mafia even though the officer's family claimed that Narendra Kumar had filed several cases against tractor owners in the area, who were let off by the local police.
Father of the deceased officer, Keshav Dev Yadav, claimed that the incident 'was a planned incident' and that his son's murder was a political conspiracy and that his son and daughter-in-law were "threatened" by a local legislator.
"We found out about the incident from our relatives in Delhi. First we were told it was an accident and the actual facts came in much later. We were not given a copy of the FIR too. He was under a lot of pressure lately. He told me that he booked a lot of tractors but the local cops let them go."
Kumar tried to stop a tractor-trolley which was allegedly carrying illegally mined stones. When the tractor did not stop the IPS officer stood in front of the vehicle in order to bring it to a halt.
But the tractor driver identified as Manoj Gurjar instead of stopping the vehicle, sped and hit the 30-year-old officer, crushing him under the wheels.
Gurjar has been arrested and booked for murder and a case has been registered under section 302 of the IPC against him.
Kumar, a Bihar cadre IPS Officer, had sought a transfer from his cadre three months ago to be with his pregnant wife, who is an MP cadre IAS officer.
Narendra Kumar Singh was posted at Banmore as Sub Divisional Officer of Police (SDOP) since last one month and during his brief tenure he had taken on the mining mafia head-on by seizing number of trucks and tractors engaged in illegal mining in the area.
BHOPAL: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday registered a case of murder in connection with the death of IPS officer Narendra Kumar,who was mowed down by a stone laden tractor-trolley on March 8. The incident had sparked a controversy over illegal mining in Madhya Pradesh.
A CBI team, headed by joint director RP Agarwal, reached Morena on Thursday and started investigations. Acting on a tip-off Narendra Kumar, Sub-Divisional Officer Police (SDOP) of Banmore industrial town, intercepted a tractor-trolley allegedly ferrying illegally mined stones. He was crushed to death by the tractor trolley.
Patna, August 29: A pall of gloom descended on Bihar’s Sarfuddinpur village Monday after news of the death of its resident Dinesh Yadav, who set himself ablaze last week in New Delhi in support of Anna Hazare’s campaign.
Hundreds of people flocked to Yadav’s village to mourn his death.
Yadav’s wife Malmatiya Devi and his mother, Maya Devi, have been sobbing inside their mud and thatch house ever since news of the death.
A close relative of Yadav said that he was the sole bread winner and Malmatiya Devi and her five children will face livelihood problems. “It is going to be difficult for them,” he said.
“Dinesh sacrificed his life to fight against corruption. No one will forget it,” villager Ashok Yadav said.
Another villager, Mantosh Kumar, said: “We have lost a real hero for a cause.”
Kumar told IANS over phone that Yadav had become the talking point in Sarfuddinpur, 45 km from Patna, ever since he set fire to himself. “Dinesh has become a household name not only in the village but in Patna and New Delhi also. We were hoping he would recover,” he said.
Yadav shouted pro-Anna Hazare slogans and poured petrol on himself and set himself alight near Rajghat Aug 23.
He sustained 70-80 percent burn injuries.
Vinod Rai-The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India
Vinod Rai- Standing in the middle
Mr Vinod Rai is the Comptroller and Auditor General of India since January 2008. Under his leadership, the massive 2G scam and Commonwealth Games scam etc. has been unearthed. He is considered to be the most powerful bureaucrat in India at present.
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Justice O P Saini
Special CBI Judge Shri O.P Saini is hearing the 2G spectrum case & justice has been delivered by sending the powerfull's behind bar's (A Raja, Kanzimonhi, etc). Saini's are Yadav's & descendent of Lord Krishna.