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Rocketry : The Nambi Effect

हम से मत पूछिये हद हमारी गुस्ताखियों की जनाब

हम आइना ज़मीं पे रख कर आसमां कुचल दिया करते है.

Just completed watching the movie Rocketry. It’s impossible that you will not cry when Nambi Narayan tells Surya with tears rolling down his cheeks “ if I accept your apology then it will create a false sense of closure. I can’t come to terms with that and so I cannot accept the apology “.

Between the period 2004-2014 India lost many scientists Nambi Narayan was lucky … probably blessed by maa Bhagwati hence he survived to tell his story .

On April 7, 2009: Ravikumar Mule, a Kaiga nuclear power plant employee, died at an apartment in Mallapur’s Kaiga township under unrevealed circumstances. The cops concluded that it was a suicide case.

JUNE 8, 2009: L. Mahalingam, a 47-year-old senior scientific officer at the Kaiga Atomic Power Station in Karwar, Karnataka, went on a morning walk and never returned. Five days later, his highly decomposed body was fished out from the Kali river. His family did not believe it was him, until a DNA test confirmed the identity. Mahalingam’s brother, who works for a corporate firm, regularly calls the Karwar police to check if they have found any fresh clues. Obviously, he does not believe the police’s theory. After his death, the Mahalingams shifted from Karwar to Tamil Nadu “without informing the police”. Until Mahalingam’s decomposed body was found snagged on a submerged tree in the Kali river, speculation was rife that he could have been the target of some sinister plot aimed at the country’s nuclear programme

November 24, 2009: Breach at Unit 1 and 2 of the Kaiga nuclear power station. The source of radiation was a water cooler used by the workers. The cooler, located in the Reactor Building (RB), was common to Unit 1 and Unit 2. The water was laced with tritiated heavy water. Tritium is a strategic material and so, highly guarded. Only very few authorised personnel have access to it, that, too, after going through a controlled access system manned by the Central Industrial Security Force. More than 20 workers at the Kaiga Atomic Power Station fell ill after drinking tritium-laced water. Around 90 workers who drank from the same water cooler were also treated.

When the incident came to light, authorities in India’s nuclear establishment said tritium contamination was negligible and that the incident was minor. Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Prithviraj Chavan told the media that it was an “insider’s job”. Chief of the Atomic Energy Commission Anil Kakodkar concurred. It was only a matter of time before the culprit would be found out, they said.

The AERB and the station director at Kaiga, J.P. Gupta, stuck to the theory that a “disgruntled employee” had contaminated the drinking water. They claimed that the contamination was far below levels permissible by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the AERB. The affected workers, besides being administered diuretics, were advised to increase water intake. The tritium would be flushed out of the body through sweat and urine

DEC. 30. 2009: Two young researchers, Umang Singh and Partha Pratim Bag, were burnt to death in a mysterious fire in the modular lab of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre’s (BARC) radiation and photochemistry department. The third-floor lab, situated in the high-security BARC complex in Trombay, was one kilometre away from the nuclear reactors. Neither Singh nor Bag was dealing with inflammable material. Umang Singh and Partha Pratim Bag were two promising scientists in a team of researchers in the chemistry group. Only two of them from their 10-member team were present on that fateful afternoon when the mysterious fire burnt down the lab. No fire extinguishers were at hand and the fire tender lost its way and reached the lab 45 minutes too late. The fire had consumed everything in the lab, including the two scientists. That there was nothing inflammable in the lab only deepened the mystery.

Umang’s father lives in a lower middle-class chawl in Mumbai’s Jogeshwari area. Partha’s parents, Deboprasad Bag and Kaberi live in Narayanpur village, over 120km from Kolkata in South 24 Parganas district. No one from BARC even visited the Bags after Partha died.

To this day, neither Umang’s family nor Partha’s family knows the exact cause of the fire that took away their only sons

FEB. 22, 2010: Mahadevan Padmanabhan Iyer, a 48-year-old mechanical engineer at the BARC reaction group, was found dead in his staff quarters in Anand Bhavan in south Mumbai. In a clear case of murder, Mahadevan Padmanabhan Iyer was found dead in his house in south Mumbai. Except for some blood stains on the bed, on which he was found dead, Iyer’s apartment was undisturbed. The death was discovered rather late—two days after the murder—after neighbours complained of a foul smell. First, the death was put down to a heart attack. Slowly, it changed to “suicide”. The autopsy conducted by forensic experts at Mumbai’s Grant Medical College concluded that Iyer died after being hit on the head with a blunt weapon. The killer still roams free

April 8, 2010: Cobalt-60, a radioactive element, reached Mayapuri scrap market, New Delhi. A scrap dealer was killed by the radiation and many others were exposed to severe radiation. Nuclear investigators traced the material to Delhi University’s chemistry department.

JUNE 28, 2010: The presence of radioactive material in a room at the Aligarh Muslim University campus triggered panic. As this report was going to press, the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) was sending a team of experts to survey radioactive sources in the university’s physics department.

On 30 April 2011: Dr. Uma Rao, a 63-year-old retired scientist and former president of the Indian Women Scientists’ Association, was discovered dead at her home near the Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) campus. Even though her death was ruled a suicide, her family members disputed the conclusion, calling the investigation inadequate.

She had Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) for 20 years, and the condition frequently brought her severe headaches. Her death is suspected to have been caused by an overdose of sleeping medications. According to authorities, a suicide note was discovered in the residence, and Rao may have committed suicide as a result of her long-term sickness.

On 12 May 2012, Mohammad Mustafa, a scientist at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (IGCAR) next to Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, was found dead with his wrists slashed

On October 7, 2013, two chief engineers KK Josh and Abhish Shivam assigned to India’s first nuclear-powered submarine, INS Arihant, were found dead on railway tracks under Pendurty railway station limits of East Coast Railways. Relatives said there were no obvious indications of injuries, which the police confirmed. It was believed that they were assassinated somewhere, maybe poisoned, before being placed on the railway tracks to make their deaths look accidental or suicide-related.

Most of the cases mentioned above have been closed as suicides or accidents however , the numbers are suspicious as well as the circumstances. 11 nuclear scientists had unnatural deaths during 2009-13.

Also, all of the above happened after 26.11.2008 . Which indicates that every attempt was made to DESTROY the country . The enemy within is more dangerous than the known ENEMY ( Pak/ China). And it’s even more difficult to identify them and eliminate them.

If there is only one reason why I will vote for this Govt again and again and again it’s because of this one fact….

That was really the Black period of the country. Goons like cbi directors alok verma corrupt judiciary, police and likes likes we’re ruling the roost under political patronage of the politicians. Sold out and Playing into hands of foreign powers specially US.

Just shameful and painful.

They ensured electric vehicles did not enter india. As we’re being paid by the oil and the automobile giants. Everything was money. One could buy policies. Policy makers and the media.

We also nearly got sold out to the Monsanto and Bayers of the world and got poisonous seeds into India. Killed our local heritage. Lost out and many indigenous cow breeds went extinct. Kamadhenu Cows, the smallest cow in the world and known as the cows of the gods disappeared along with may others.
We lost our heritage, our pedgriee and our millions of endangered animals.

But as they say. Karma is a bitch and it all comes back in this life time. It’s pay back time.

Millions of madarsa & mosques mushroomed under uneducated radical muslims rather than the beautiful, intelligent, talanted educated ones as the good majority kept quiet against the very few rouges & temples disappeared.

It really was the Black period of the country.

But this Hindoostan is blessed by the deeds and blessing of millions of Rishi & munnis and the prayers of millions of men and women who are believers and thus we are back again. The truth is out.

Lies have speed but truth has endurance.

Just a few Media Presstitutes & a few rouge radical muslims have held the good to ransom. The good keep quiet and the mad are the most vorciforus.

Hanumans blessing are there we are finally back. This is the decade of Hindoostan. Golden period of atleast 70-100 years. Starting last few years. No looking back.


𝓒𝓸𝓵𝓸𝓷𝓮𝓵 𝓐𝓳𝓪𝔂 𝓐𝓱𝓵𝓪𝔀𝓪𝓽. 𝓥𝓮𝓽𝓮𝓻𝓪𝓷.
16𝓽𝓱 & 61𝓼𝓽 𝓒𝓪𝓿𝓪𝓵𝓻𝔂,
𝓘𝓷𝓭𝓲𝓪𝓷 𝓐𝓻𝓶𝔂.

𝓡𝓲𝓼𝓼𝓪𝓵𝓪 𝓟𝓸𝓵𝓸
𝓖𝓸𝓬𝓱𝓱𝓲, 𝓗𝓪𝓻𝔂𝓪𝓷𝓪.



“𝓣𝓱𝓮 𝓡𝓲𝓼𝓼𝓪𝓵𝓪”

Strong men create easy times.

Easy times create weak men.

& Weak men create difficult times.

Many will not understand this now. We need to create warriors not parasites.

The historical reality is that all great empires The Persians, The Trojans, The Greeks, The Romans, The Egyptians, The Germans,The Britishers. Etc…

All rose & perished. They were not conquered by external enemies they were rotten & destroyed from withing.

मेरे लफ्जों से न कर मेरे किरदार का फ़ैसला,
तेरा वजूद मिट जायेगा मेरी हकीकत ढूंढ़ते ढूंढ़ते।


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