From 14th to 20th August 2021, some organizations in Maharashtra organizing some functions/agitations to express the pain for the Murder of Dr. Narendra Dabholkar who was shot dead by some unknown persons on the Omkareshwar Bridge in Pune on 20.8.2013. While his followers and family members have every right to mourn for his death, I came across in media that you would be addressing an online function as chief Guest on 20th August.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently published its sixth assessment report (AR6) titled “Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis”. IPCC confirmed in its report that the Indian Ocean is warming at a higher rate. This will result in a rise in the sea levels causing more frequent and severe coastal flooding across low-lying areas.
The Coronavirus outbreak is unlikely to subside soon. People are scared and socially affected on a large scale. Few are taking extreme steps like committing suicide. Coronavirus is the only topic discussed on various media and it is creating more fright amongst the masses. Today, people badly need support.
Shivshankar Patil, the Managing Trustee of Shegaon’s Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan has set an ideal before all Hindus and temple-trustees by working diligently through the medium of devotees, maintaining excellent temple management and thereby creating an alternative for takeover of temple management by the government.
Sanatan Sanstha has challenged Facebook’s action of unpublishing its pages in Bombay HC. Sanstha said, ‘Facebook’s action is a violation of freedom of expression. It does not follow any legal procedure and is a blow to the authority of Central Government. It is also a violation of fundamental rights of Indian citizens
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Sanatan Prabhat and Sanatan Sanstha have sought an explanation from Facebook after the latter removed Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s ‘Hindu Adhiveshan’, Sanatan Prabhat’s ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ and ‘Sanatan Shop’ pages without citing any reason. However, Facebook has still not responded to the mails.