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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Jai Hind coined by a Hyderabadi, THEHANSINDIA

Former chief secretary, Narendra Luther, in his book ‘Lengendotes of Hyderabad’, claims that it was not Subash Chandra Bose but his secretary, Zainul Abideen Hasan, son of a collector from the city, who coined the term, ‘Jai Hind’   continue reading  THEHANSINDIA

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    The author Narendra Luther presents a number of interesting articles on Hyderabad in his book “Legendotes of Hyderabad.”Photo: K. Ramesh Babu
  • Who coined ‘Jai Hind’? 
    The author Narendra Luther presents a number of interesting articles on Hyderabad in his book “Legendotes of Hyderabad.”Photo: K. Ramesh Babu.
Hasan became a major in the INA and participated in the march from Burma (now Myanmar) across the Indian frontier. The army reached Imphal. It was severely handicapped in supplies and armaments and so had to retreat, the author says.
  • Bose secretary coined Jai Hind, says book:
“Bose wanted to introduce an Indian form of greeting for his army, and for independent India. Various suggestions came. Hasan suggested ‘Hello’. Netaji snubbed him. Then he suggested ‘Jai Hind’. Netaji liked it and it became the official form of greeting in INA and the revolutionary Indians. Later it was adopted as the official slogan of the country,” he says. The book mentions about 70 legends, anecdotes and personal accounts beginning from the beautiful rocks of the Deccan plateau to Bhagamati, to the developments during the era of Nizams and beyond. continue reading: Oman Tribune

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Save Hyderabad from unscrupulous writers distorting history - Sign the petition please

Petition created by Created by Bakhtyar K. Malaysia

Why this is important
We have to tell the younger generation what the true History of Hyderabad is and what the Qutub Shahi and Asaf Jahi dynasties did to make it the RICHEST and most powerful Princely State in British India.The help rendered by His Exalted Highness Nawab Sir OSMAN ALI KHAN, Asaf Jah VII to the British Empire in the two world wars in 1914 and 1939.The TEHZEEB( Etiquette) and SECULARITY as practised in those days and the separation of the Executive from the Judiciary as early as 1921 and the PROHIBITION of forced labour in 1922 much before these were enacted in British India.The hundereds of buildings are to be preserved for posterity.

Let HYDERABADIS ALL AROUND the world rise together and put a permanent end to writers who are spinning tales and minting money with wrong projections of the city being named after a woman who never actually existed. Captain Bakhtyar S Kaoosji Malaysia.
To sign the Petitionclick here

Telangana Bill passed in Lok Sabha by voice vote, Doordarshan

Updated Feb 20, 2014:
The passage of Telangana Bill in Rajya Sabha on Thursday marks the realisation of a demand which cropped up almost 60 years ago and saw a journey punctuated by violent agitations and stiff resistance from certain quarters.(image courtesy: PTI Graphics )


Hyderabad: With the Lok Sabha passing the bill for bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, decks have been cleared for formation of Telangana as 29th state in India.

Image courtesy: Siasat.com


In an unprecedented move, live telecast of Parliament proceedings was stopped as the Lok Sabha passed the controversial bill that seeks to create a Telangana state by dividing Andhra Pradesh.
Amidst din, chaos and an unprecedented black out of proceedings on live televison, the bill to split Andhra Pradesh and carve out Telangana, the 29th state of the country, was today passed by the Lok Sabha with Congress and BJP coming togtether on the issue.
The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill, 2014 was adopted by a voice after Leader of the Opposition Sushma Swaraj voiced support to it in a debate in which other opposition leaders claimed they had no say. continue reading

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  • Major developments in history of Telangana, Gulf News
  • The burial of linguistic states by M. J. Akbar
  • Thursday, February 13, 2014

    First ever Google doodles tribute to a Hyderabadi: Nightingale of India, Sarojini Devi Naidu's 135th birth anniversary


    Memories of the great leader, Sarojini Naidu
    proud to be INDIAN

    Mohammed Ayub Ali Khan @ Facebook:.

    "I feel excited that Google is celebrating our own Hyderabadi, Nightingale of India, Sarojini Devi Naidu's 135th birth anniversary. I am still on the lookout for her poem 'The Pathan' which she wrote at the death of Bahadur Yar Jung. Maybe one day I will find it."
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    NDTV: "The Nightingale of India Sarojini Naidu is the subject of Tuesday's doodle on the Google India homepage.
    Sarojini Naidu was born as Sarojini Chattopadhyaya in Hyderabad in 1879, the eldest of eight siblings, and was considered a child prodigy. Her parents were luminaries in their own fields, with her father a respected doctor who founded the Hyderabad College (later named Nizam's College), and her mother an acclaimed Bengali poet. Sarojini Naidu passed her Matriculation examination from the University of Madras, and went on to complete her education in England, first at King's College London and later at Girton College, Cambridge.
    Apart from her contributions to the Indian independence and suffragette movement, Naidu was also famous for her literary career. She began writing at the age of 13, and her first collection of poems, The Golden Threshold, was published in 1905.
    The Google doodle marking Sarojini Naidu's birth anniversary is a simple image (seen above) featuring a portrait of Naidu in place of the second 'o' of the Google logo, and a symbolic blue umbrella in place of the 'l'. The image features mouse-over text, which says 'Sarojini Naidu's 135 birthday'." source: NDTV 

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    Duchess Kate wears Nizam of Hyderabad necklace borrowed from Queen Elizabeth II at fundraiser

    British Royal Jewels: The Queen's Nizam of Hyderabad Parure

    "On the occasion of her marriage in 1947, Princess Elizabeth was positively flooded with gifts. According to the official list of wedding gifts released by St James Palace, Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip received exactly 2583 presents. Not all of them were jewellery, of course; in fact, the most common gifts were stockings and books. Nevertheless, there was no lack of sparkle either.
    Nyzam of Hyderabad Parure
    The current demi-parure parure - the necklace and the brooches
    One of the most beautiful gifts came from the Nizam of Hyderabad. The Nizam was the owner of one of the most celebrated and largest private jewellery collections in the world, and his gift was suitably impressive – a demi-parure of a tiara and necklace." continue reading Artemisia's Royal Jewels

    Prince William's wife Catherine (Kate Middleton) dazzled onlookers at a dinner for London's National Portrait Gallery with a diamond necklace borrowed from the queen.
    The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing a dark Jenny Packham dress yesterday, but it was the Cartier diamond known as the Nizam of Hyderabad, given to Queen Elizabeth II in 1947 for her wedding to the Duke of Edinburgh, that had tongues wagging. 

    Other guests at the gala dinner -- the duchess's first official engagement of the year -- included Elizabeth Hurley, rocker Bryan Adams and artist Grayson Perry.
    The duchess said she was "delighted" to be able to support the gallery.
    "The gallery's achievements are exceptional," she told guests.
    "They hold the most extensive collection of portraits in the world, and their unique and brilliant exhibitions never fail to inspire us all. -- Source: Siasat.com