Ayodhya issue: 'I had three meetings with ex-PM Narasimha Rao,' says Singhal

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New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) International president Ashok Singhal revealed here on Friday that he had face to face meetings with former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao thrice to solve the Ramjanmabhoomi issue.

Addressing a press conference here, Singhal said all these meetings were arranged by 'Dhirubhai,' apparently referring to the former chairman of the Reliance Group, Dhirubhai Ambani.

However, when asked specifically about this reference, Singhal refrained from answering.

Singhal also said there were many Rambhakts inside the Congress Party and claimed, "They extended hearty support to the Ayodhya movement."

Commenting about the indictment of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee in the Liberhan Commission Report, Singhal said: "Atalji was associated with the movement, but he was not present on December 6, 1992 at Ayodhya."

He claimed the Ayodhya movement was a saint's movement and not a political one.

"It was a movement initiated and guided by saints. It was never a political one," Singhal said.

The Ayodhya issue should be resolved through a cabinet decision on the lines of the Somanath temple issue, he said.

"If the then cabinet under the leadership of Nehru can resolve the Somanath problem with a decision, I demand the same should be followed for resolving the Ayodhya issue," Singhal said. (By Shreeraj Gudi ANI)

Internet surfing 'affects sperm count'|Sci-tech[New Delhi{New Delhi, November 27 (ANI): Spending too much time surfing the web can affect the sperm-count in men, a new study suggests.

A recent survey conducted by the department of andropathy of the No 1 hospital in Guangxi Zhuang, China, got disturbing results after examining sperms of 217 voluntary student donors from 19 universities and colleges in the region.

Also, the external genitals of 1,640 male students were inspected, reports the China Daily.

It was found that 50 percent of male university students in the region have a low sperm-count.

The study further stated that sperm count of 56.7 percent of the male university students was "abnormal". (ANI)

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