Govt grants help Sathya Sai school

Govt grants help Sathya Sai school
Peter Caton | 6th April 2010

SEVEN new classrooms, a learning centre, music room and renovations have been completed at the Sathya Sai Primary School in Murwillumbah with the help of Federal Government economic stimulus funds.

Nearly $1.5 million in building and renovation work was officially opened at the school on Friday by Federal MP for Richmond and Minister for Ageing Justine Elliot.

The project used $850,000 from the Federal Government’s Primary Schools for the 21st Century grants and a $600,000 from the Association of Independent Schools.

A spokeswoman said the school, which currently has about 100 students, is “now equipped to expand to seven single streams”.

Ms Elliot met with students and staff at the school to view the new and upgraded facilities describing the new facilities as exciting for the children and parents.

A week earlier she opened extensions at St Joseph’s Primary School in South Murwillumbah.

“It has been fantastic to see local principals, parents and tradespeople working together to deliver these important projects,” she said.

“Now that they are completed, teachers and students in our local schools will be teaching and learning in the 21st century facilities.”

Ms Elliot said the “Building the Education Revolution” program had delivered more than $110 million to the electorate of Richmond.

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Anjali Devi Sathabhishekam function

Anjali Devi Sathabhishekam function

Anjali Devi, one of the most popular stars of the black and white era celebrated her Sathabhishekam on Saturday. Her relatives, friends and Colleagues from the film industry were there. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi visited the place of Anjali Devi and blessed her.

Born in Peddapuram in Kakinada district on 23th October, 1928, Anjali Devi began acting at the age of eight. Later she performed on stage with Young Man’s Happy Club. She met her husband Adinarayana Rao there and they got married in 1940.

Anjali Devi was introduced to Cinema by C. Pullaiah as Mohini, the heavenly beauty, in ‘Golla Bhama’ film. After that she never looked back. She went on to complete around 400 films as heroine in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. She paired with all the top stars in the 40s and 50s.

In 1950, Anjali Devi established her own production house Anjali Pictures. Under the banner she launched a bilingual Tamil-Telugu film ‘Paradesi’. Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Anjali Devi played the lead roles and she introduced Nadigar Thilagam Sivaji Ganesan with the film. Another legend introduced by Anjali Devi in ‘Paradesi’ was the versatile SV Ranga Rao.

In Tamil Anjali Devi is still a legend. Anjali Devi was always in the big league of actors with films like, Mangayarkarasi, Adutha Veettu Penn, Penn, Kanavane Kankanda Theivam, Manalanae Mangayin Bakiam, Adithan Kanavu which were all block busters of the times. Her films with MGR, Marmayogi, Sarvadhikari and Gulebagavali are cherished movies even today. She was also the mother of Rajinikanth in ‘Annai Ou Aalayam’.

A great devotee of Sathya Sai Baba, Anjali Devi symbolizes the golden era of Tamil and Telugu cinema.

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ALERT: Be Wary Of The Anti-Sai “SathyaSaiBabaNews” WordPress Blog

ALERT: Be Wary Of The Anti-Sai “SathyaSaiBabaNews” WordPress Blog

Robert Priddy (a caustic critic and defamer of Sathya Sai Baba) created yet another Anti-Sai WordPress blog entitled (misleadingly) “SathyaSaiBabaNews”. Robert Priddy already has an Anti-Sai WordPress blog specific to Sathya Sai Baba and he created another Sai-related WordPress blog to deceive unsuspecting Sai Devotees into thinking his blog is Pro-Sai when it most certainly is not.

Of course, this is not the first time that Robert Priddy attempted to deceive unsuspecting Sai Devotees with misleading website names. Robert Priddy anonymously purchased the Anti-Sai domain “saibaba.org.uk” and he was prohibited from posting Sai-related material on that domain because it fraudulently and falsely attempted to present itself as an official website belonging to the Sathya Sai Baba Organization in the UK. Consequently, Robert Priddy changed the domain name to saibaba-x.org.uk. Read The Full Story Here.

Robert Priddy’s Known And Current Anti-Sai Websites As Of January 14th 2009:

  1. saibaba-x.org.uk (472 webpages and counting)
  2. home.no.net/rrpriddy/ (92 webpages)
  3. home.no.net/anir/Sai/ (410 webpages)
  4. home.no.net/abacusa/ (8 webpages)
  5. home.chello.no/~reirob/ (96 webpages)
  6. gethome.no/~reirob/ (29 webpages)
  7. robertpriddy.wordpress.com/ (514 webpages and counting)
  8. sathyasaibabanews.wordpress.com/ (13 webpages and counting)

Robert Priddy’s Former Anti-Sai Websites (Most deleted for defamatory content):

  1. saibaba.org.uk
  2. members.tripod.com/saisat0/
  3. angeltowns.com/members/tanik/
  4. angeltowns2.net/tanik/SaiBaba/
  5. spaceports.com/~saiinfo/
  6. metasci.tripod.com/

There is little doubt that Robert Priddy is frantic and desperate to spam the internet with his Anti-Sai propaganda because his current robertpriddy Anti-Sai WordPress blog gets very little traffic and is apparently a major disappointment to him.

As a matter of fact, the following screencap of blog traffic (taken today, January 14th 2009) reveals that this Pro-Sai WordPress blog receives almost Ten Times more unique visitors than Robert Priddy’s extensive Anti-Sai WordPress blog. See For Yourself:

Objective Blog Stats Comparison

Objective Blog Stats Comparison


The truth of the matter is that Robert Priddy is a hopeless, obsessed and bitter critic of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Robert Critchton Priddy’s profuse disinformation and monomaniacal propagandizing makes him appear mentally imbalanced and in need of orthodox psychological help.