RSS demands law against religious conversions

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has demanded for a central law to tackle religious conversions.

Addressing a press conference the RSS executive member Ram Madhav Said that the conversions should be debated at the national level especially the rampant inter-denominational conversions within the Christian community.

Now there are anti-conversion laws in various states but the authorities are not implementing it properly. Presently Orissa, MP, Himachal Pradesh have such laws.

At the same time RSS have demanded for the immediate arrests of culprits and conspirators behind the brutal killing of Swami Laxamananda Saraswati.

Sun-Damaged Skin Can Be Improved By Laser Treatment

Sun-Damaged Skin Can Be Improved By Laser Treatment According to the US researchers, sun-damaged skin can be improved by laser treatment. In this treatment a topical solution increases the skin’s sensitivity to light, and can improve the sun burnt skin.

Researchers at the University Of Michigan Health System Department Of Dermatology said that the worst damaged skin may also respond very well in this treatment.

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Displaced Tamils not neglected: Lankan President

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Tuesday said that his Govt. is taking all possible steps for well being of displaced Tamils in the country. The primary responsibility of a Govt. is to look after all its citizens and I carry out this responsibility to the fullest.

He said that a wrong impression had been carried in Tamilnadu relating to this matter. This is far from the truth. They are our citizens and we take every measure to look after and provide for them.

Talking to media persons in his office the President maintained that - the friendly relations between Sri Lanka and India remained very strong and New Delhi had always helped us when necessary and supported us at every step.

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Wipro Q2 Net Up 19% At Rs 978.20 Crore

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The company’s net sales increased to Rs 6519.60 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2008, compared to Rs 5981.10 crore in the April-June quarter.