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Ram Janmbhoomi Trust Received Rs 41 Crore In Donations Ahead Of Mandir's  Bhoomi Pujan

 

 

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Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago

Money won’t be a problem, but I was saddened when the Lutyens media projected Modi’s laying of foundation stone as if the nation was going to put money in to construction. He was also sneered at at his so said misplaced priorities. It is the first time in the history of independent India that the P.M. could boldly bear his faith on his forehead.

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
2 years ago

Great !! Sureshji, You finally got the handle. I have dragged the pictures to the center and re-sized them. I have also used one as a Featured image. ^

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