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Man-made disaster in Dalit colonies of Dharmapuri district

 

Tiruvannamalai, 14th November 2012

 

Dear Sir, Dear Madem,

 

Greetings, please find below the report of the Violence Against Dalits in Dharmapuri District on 7th November 2012. The affected people are living without any assets, so POPE is planning to involve in Relief process for this helpless people by the means of cloths, mats, school bags, notebooks, cooking vessels etc.

 

I am requesting your mercy for these affected Dalits.

 

Thanking you,

Yours Sincerely,

 

Rosario,

President-POPE

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Une catastrophe humaine parmi la colonie dalit dans la région de Dharmapuri

Tiruvannamalai, le 14 novembre 2012

 

 

Mesdames, Messieurs,

 

Veuillez trouver ci-dessous notre rapport concernant les violences à l'encontre des Dalits dans le district de Dharmapuri le 7 novembre 2012. Les personnes touchées ont perdu tous leurs biens, ainsi POPE prévoit de se porter au secours de ces pauvres gens en leur procurant des vêtements, des nattes, des cartables, des cahiers, des ustensiles de cuisine, etc.

 

Je demande votre aide pour ces Dalits affectés.

 

En vous remerciant,

Très sincérement.

 

 

Rosario,

Président - POPE

 

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The south-east of India is hit by Cyclone Nilam

 

Le cyclone Nilam a frappé la côte Est de l'Inde 

 

 

Wednesday 31st October 2012

 

We have very strong rain since yesterday, we had a big storm and cyclone formed in Bay of Bengal near Chennai. The Governments of Tamilnadu and Pondicherry announced the Government Holiday today. The Cyclone hit severely the Northern districts of Tamilnadu and also Pondicherry. It starts to move from sea at 4.30 pm and we are having big storm and rain, the losses in the coastal belt are not yet calculated. The both state Governments announced one day more holiday for the Educational Institutions and Colleges.

 

 

Mercredi 31 octobre 2012

Il pleut très fort depuis hier, nous avons eu une grosse tempête et un cyclone s'est formé dans la baie du Bengale près de Madras. Les gouvernements du Tamil Nadu et de Pondichéry ont annoncé que les élèves seront en vacances aujourd'hui. Le cyclone a frappé durement les régions du nord du Tamil Nadu et de Pondichéry également. Il a commencé à se déplacer vers 16 heures 30, nous avons de gros orages et de grosses pluies, les pertes sur la côte ne sont pas encore évaluées. Les gouvernements des 2 Etats ont annoncé un jour de fermeture supplémentaire de tous les établissements scolaires.

RL Rosario
Directeur de POPE

 

 

 

Friday 9th November 2012

 

Fortunately the Nilam Storm has not affected to much the Tamil Nadu but it destroyed few places in Andhra Pradesh.

 

The cyclone killed eight people in Tamil Nadu and three in Andhra Pradesh. It also destroyed more than 200 electric posts and about 100 trees were uprooted in Chennai. About 3,800 people have been evacuated in Mahaballipuram.

 

Chennai Law colleges exam has been postponed.

 

 

 

Vendredi 9 novembre 2012

 

Heureusement, Nilam n'a pas trop touché le Tamil Nadudu mais il a détruit des centaines de maisons ainsi que des centaines d'hectares de champs de coton ou de riz en Andhra Pradesh.

 

Le cyclone a tué huit personnes dans le Tamil Nadu et trois dans l'Andhra Pradesh. Il a également détruit plus de 200 poteaux électriques et environ 100 arbres ont été déracinés à Madras. Environ 3.800 personnes ont été évacuées à Mahaballipuram.

 

Les étudiants en droit de Madras ont vu leurs examens reportés.

 

RL Rosario

Director POPE

 

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Chennai, today!

Dr Ambedkar

In 1997, the election of an untouchable in the head of the Indian State, president Narayanan, suddenly testified of the increase in importance of the lowest castes on the Indian political stage.

 

 

Bhim Rao Ambedkar (1891-1956),

untouchable leader and father

of the Indian Constitution

 

The untouchable, approximately 180 million persons victims of a multi-secular segregation, begin to collect fruits of several decades of struggles, fights whose pioneer Ambedkar was. Bhim Rao Ambedkar was alone for a long time against all, in particular against Gandhi, for whom the untouchable had to live integral part of the Indian society. It will not prevent him from participating in the first government of Nehru and from being in charge of drafting the Constitution of India in 1947, because of its jurist's talents.

 

He will use these functions to contain the influence of the gandhisme and at best the interests of the untouchable. Statesman, Ambedkar was also a thinker. His political action based on a sociological analysis of the system of the castes from which he concluded that he was consubstantial with the Hinduism and that the divisions of the lower castes forbade the formation of a working class, the Indian Marxists of which still hoped for the advent.

 

Where from both strategies that he will implement from the 1920s. The first one(night) aimed at improving the position of the untouchable in the public place, by mobilizing them through a political party and by obtaining for them concessions with the British then with the Congress. The second was other one than the conversion in another religion, perceived as a collective migration vector of social emancipation since she allowed to escape the Indian world.

 

Minister of Nehru but was restrained in his projects of social reform, he resigned and distanced oneself from the political action at the beginning of 1950s to be finally converted to the Buddhism a few months before his death. He disappeared, bitter and solitary, without suspecting that he had put the bases of an untouchable movement arrived at maturity at the end of the 20th century.

 

 

See : http://www.ambedkar.org