Sanjay Dadlani Exposed

Exposing the lies, deceit and dishonesty of one of the most vocal opponents of Sathya Sai Baba.

Monday, December 25, 2006

British Controversy & Sathya Sai Baba

Sanjay Kishore Dadlani
Middlesex University Student Residing In The UK

This is an update to my previous article entitled Paul Lewis, The Guardian & The Anti-Sai Hack Job.

For those familiar with the original UK Guardian newspaper article (entitled: "The Indian living god, the paedophilia claims and the Duke of Edinburgh awards"), there has been a subsequent media article published anonymously through IANS (Indo-Asian News Service) on December 22nd 2006 that essentially repeated the same information originally published in The Guardian article.

Sanjay has been publicly boasting (as is his wont) about how many media sites are now publishing this more recent article. The newer article has been published under various names like:

  • UK charity runs into rough seas over Sai Baba link

  • Satya Sai Baba caught in British controversy

  • Spiritual leader Satya Sai Baba caught in British controversy

  • Brit boys to keep off Sai Baba's reach

  • Sai Baba accused of sexual abuse

I was thinking how the original Guardian article about Sathya Sai Baba was duplicated in about 4-5 other media sources. A month and a half later, the newer circulating version has been duplicated in over a dozen (and counting) media sources. I have received several emails expressing frustration about this flurry of media duplicating this newer article.

But it appears that this may actually be good news! Call it my "good fortune", but since my article about The British Controversy, Paul Lewis And The Anti-Sai Hackjob was published one and a half months ago, it has since become well situated in Google's search results. This means, of course, that those who are truly interested in this matter will research it and find my high-ranking webpage about it!

To verify this, I just looked at my site stats and they are up 65%, all directly related to Paul Lewis and Vir Sanghvi. This is actually a wave of good luck! The timing could not have been more perfect.

This rain cloud has a golden lining


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